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Monday, April 5, 2010

#001B- ONE WORD SUBSTITUTIONS - VERBS

This is a sort of reverse dictionary.
We know meaning or a part of the meaning of a word. But, we do not know the word itself. We try to recollect the word from our memory. We may end miserable, because of poor memory. This search, will probably help.

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To meet in opposition or with hostile intent; to engage
in conflict with | Encounter.`
To confront, either by chance, suddenly, or deliberately

| Encounter.`
Call for reappearance of a singer | Encore.`
Call for repetition of a song | encore.`

gain, succeed, win | win`

Tending or disposed to maintain existing institutions;

opposed to change or innovation | Conservative.`
Apt to believe on slightest evidence | Credulous.`
amateur, novice | dilettant; ant: connoisseur.`
An enthusiastic admirer or follower; a fan | aficionado.`
A natural or acquired disposition or capacity for a Able to discriminate or distinguish: a mind of great

discriminating abilities | diacritical.`
Of or associated with sacred persons or offices | sacerdotal, hieratic.`

wipe out, obscure, blot out, rub off, veil, hide, efface, kill | obliterate`

wholly do away with | Abolish.`
increase speed | accelerate.`
hasten progress | Accelerate.`
One who calculates insurance premium| Actuary.`
increase the gravity of an offence or the

intensity of a disease|
Aggravate.`
turn friends into enemies| Alienate.`
Collection of feedback, and monitoring and adjustment of

systems, processes and structures in an organisation |

Controlling.`
Existing at the same time | monochronic,

contemporaneous.`
Shining in the night | noctilucous.``
Having opposite feelings| Ambivalent.`
A work whose author is unknown| Anonymous.`
Absence of government| Anarchy.`
A person liable to be called to account for his

action| Answerable.`
rise in value| Appreciate.`
fall in value| Depreciate.`
Belonging or pertaining to an individual from

birth| Congenital.`

Authorise another to exercise one's own authority|

Delegate.`

Anything that is fit for eating; that which may be safely

eaten by man | esculent, edible.`
A thing that is fit to be eaten| Edible.`
Water fit for drinking| Potable.`

One who is qualifies for election| Eligible.`
explain something mysterious or difficult|

Elucidate.`
lay special stress on| Emphasize.`

root out an evil, disease| Eradicate.`
That which cannot be read| Illegible.`
A trade that is prohibited by law| Illicit.`

A sound that cannot be heard| Inaudible.`
A statement which cannot be understood|

Incomprehensible.`

That which cannot be explained| Inexplicable.`
A remedy which never fails| Infallible.`
A method that cannot be imitated| Inimitable.`
That which cannot be satisfied| Insatiable.`
One who is unable to pay his debts| Insolvent.`
That which cannot be hurt| Invulnerable.`
The action of looking back on past time|

Introspection.`
A thing that cannot be seen with human eyes|

Invisible.`
Looking into one’s own thoughts| Introspection.`
Remarks which do not apply to the subject under

discussion|
Irrelevant.`
loss or damage which cannot be compensated|

Irreparable.`
That cannot be altered or withdrawn| Irrevocable.`
The first speech made by a person| Maiden.`

perish slowly | rot.`
turn round as a wheel | rotate.`
checkered | Tessellated.`
Formed of little squares, as mosaic work | Tessellated.`
pertaining to the sense or organs of touch | tactual.`
That which follows by consequence or is logically

deducible | consectary, corollary.`
Give a place to | accommodate.`

Word to show that we agree strongly | Absolutely.`
Word to describe something which is on fire | Ablaze.`
Take away a person by force | Abduct.`
Stop a rule from being in force | Abolish.`
Change to become happy with a new place | Acclimatise.`
Leave secretly | Abscond.`
Go down a cliff, using a rope | Abseil.`

Strongly choose not to do a thing that we want to do.|

Abnegate.`
Go more quickly | Accelerate.`
Have something in large quantities | Abound.`
Make something worse | Acerbate.`
Verb to express interest on money becoming due and

accumulating | Accrue.`
Finish some object or attain some goal | Accomplish.`
Agree that something is true | Acknowledge, accept.`
Make something to start going | Actuate, Activate.`
Show something to prove that something else is true |

Adduce.`
Follow rules, stick to principles and procedures |

Adhere.`
Love somebody or something with awe | Adore.`
Praise a person | Adulate.`
Go forward (ahead of time, or in distance) | Advance.`
Tell many people by publishing in Newspapers and showing

on TV Channels (usually paid) | Advertise.`
Tell helpful things to friends and others | Advise

(Verb).`
Argue on behalf of others | Advocate, Plead.`
Hurt somebody causing injuries | Afflict injuries.`
Confirm that something is true | Affirm.`
Make an effect on something | Affect (E.g. The drought

affected the crop).`
Strongly worry about something | Agonize.`
Make something worse | Aggravate.`
Verb to say that a person can pay or buy something (that

a person has the money needed and that he can bear the

expenditure involved) | Afford.`
Verb to show that a person can pass on the title of a

property to somebody and hand over its possession |

Alienate.`
Strongly disagree or talk against something | Abjure.`
Become less strong | Abate (The flood has abated).`
Stop something before it is finished | Abort (The

Government aborted its proposal to raise Petrol Prices).`
Make something short in size | Abridge (The Publisher is

trying to abridge the dictionary).`
Forgive somebody of his liability /obligation

/responsibility | Absolve.`
Praise somebody saying good things about them | Acclaim.`
Court declaring somebody as innocent or not wrong |

Acquit (Ant: Convict).`
Change or tune oneself to the changes in the environment

| Adapt, Attune.`
Ask somebody strongly to do something | Adjure.`
Look where you want to go or at what you want to achieve |

Aim.`
Help somebody | Aid.`
Tell somebody in advance about some danger | Alarm.`
Make something to be on the same plane | Align.`
Make less the intensity of something | Allay (A lawyer

tries to allay the fears of his client).
Say that something is true, which is yet to be proved |

Allege (The M.P. alleged that he was offered a million

dollars for the favor).`
Make less the difficulties and pains | Alleviate,

Ameliorate.`
Not stop somebody from doing something | Allow.`
Join with a person to do an action together | Ally.`
Change something | Alter.`
Change turns between two things | Alternate.`
Join together, mix together | Amalgamate.`
Accumulate things or money | Amass.`
Surprise people with praiseworthy actions/quality | Amaze.`
Cut off (usually limbs) | Amputate (The Doctors amputated

his left leg, as gangrene set in).`
Make people laugh, entertain people | Amuse.`
Change something, modify something | Amend.`
Make a thing more loud, increase the sound | Amplify.`
Give life to something, move something like a live object |

Animate.`
Destroy somebody | Annihilate.`
Write a few words about something | Annotate.`
Inform people at a place (usually over public address

system or on T.V.) | Announce.`
Irritate a person and make him angry | Annoy.`
Cover one metal with another metal using anodes and

cathodes | Anodise.`
Cover head with oil, particularly during coronation

ceremony | Anoint.`
Reply to a question | Answer.`
Make enemies, Make persons angry | Antagonise

/Anatagonize.`
Dating something earlier than the current date | Antedate

(He antedated the cheque deliberately).`
Expecting in advance something to happen | Anticipate.`
Ask earnestly, go to a higher court for redressal of

injustice | Appeal.`
Beg pardon, seek forgiveness | Apologise.`
Show oneself before somebody or at somewhere | Appear.`
Clap hands in token of appreciation or encouragement |

Applaud.`
Seek something | Apply for (I am applying for the job).`
Entrust/give a job or post or task, to a person |

Appoint.`
Assess or evaluate a thing | Appraise.`
Hold a person firmly to prevent him from running away |

Apprehend.`
Anticipating danger | Apprehend.`
Going up in value or importance | Appreciate (The Dollar

value appreciated).`
Understand a problem (and cooperate) | Appreciate (You will

appreciate that unrest in the city has caused the delays in

despatch).`
Tell what has happened, narrate, report the events |

Apprise (The Secretary of State apprised the President,

about the developments in the Middle East).`
Come near something, somebody | Approach (We approached

Manhattan Island. He approached the Mayor for help.).`
Give a knod that something is good | approve.`
Come near something in quantity, quality | Approximate (The

garbage in the City approximates to a million tonnes).`
Come up or stand up | Arise (Doubts arise when a person

works; no work - no doubts).`
Supply weapons to somebody | Arm (Al Qaida or CIA is arming

the infiltrators and terrorists).`
Bring out of sleep | Arouse (Bolivar aroused patriotic

fervor in Latin America).`
Take a person to a court for crimes | Arraign.`
Organise and plan events | Arrange.`
Stop and make a person a prisoner | Arrest.`
Reach destination | Arrive.`
Self-appoint oneself for an undeserving authority or job or

post | Arrogate.`
Express oneself clearly before people who can appreciate

such open talk | Articulate (The President articulated his

views on a number of issues).`
Climb, Go up in height or value | Ascend.`
Attribute the effect of something to another thing |

Ascribe.`
Fight against somebody, hit somebody | Assail.`
Examine the quality of a metal like gold | Assay gold.`
Meet at a place | Assemble.`
Put components or things together like computers |

Assemble.`
Agree and concede | Assent (The President assented the

Health Reforms Bill).`
Say something strongly | Assert.`
Evaluate and estimate the price or quality of something or

some position | Assess.`
Give jobs, tasks, values | Assign.`
Help somebody | Assist.`
Ameliorate, alleviate feeling or pain or sentiments |

Assuage.`
Take something as true without further questioning till

contrary is proved | Assume.`
Make somebody believe, by promising | Assure (The President

assured full and timely help to the quake victims).`
Stupify and surprise somebody | Astonish.`
Correct oneself of some sin or wrong action | Atone (Does

charity atone sins?).`
Join, affix, enclose something to another thing | Attach.
Fight forward offensively | Attack.`
Come to or gain something after effort and time | Attain.`
Try something | Attempt.`
Try to fix some problem | Attend the problem.`
Be at a place | Attend.`
Certify or State that something is true | Attest.`
Draw somebody or something towards oneself | Attract.`
Assign a quality to something | Attribute.`
Call for bids/offers and sell to the highest bidder |

Auction.`
Examine and certifying the truthfulness and veracity of

accounts of businesses | Audit.`
Delegate power and strength to a person to do something |

Authorise.`
Make use of something | Avail.`
Hit back a hurting person in retribution | Avenge.`
Declare strongly that something is true | Aver.`
Turn away | Avert (The President averted a major war in

South America).`
Try to stay away from somebody or something | Avoid.`
Declare as if vowing or taking a pledge | Avow.`
Wait for somebody or something | Await.`
Stop somebody sleeping | Awaken.`
Give something in recognition of merit | Award.`

Talk foolishly and quickly | Babble.`
Lead and protect children when their parents are away,

(usually for money as a profession) | Baby-sit.`
Make a rule with retrospective effect and force |

Backdate.`
Explode on the person who was firing | Backfire.`
Go back from an argument made upto that time |

Back-pedal.`
Stop being good | Backslide.`
Move backward by one space | Backspace (verb).`
Go back to the original path to retrace the steps and

find what has happened | Backtrack.`
Make something difficult for a person to do a thing,

particularly by confusing or bewildering | Baffle.`
Deposit money as security or sign a security bond for

release of an accused person from prison | Bail (Parents

have to bail out their son, when arrested by police).`
Offer some food or something which an animal wants, with

an intent to catch it | Bait.`
Stop an action before a person finishes it.`
Make the sound of an angry dog | Bark.`
Come into a place with much noise or pushing | Barge.`
Use a rule to stop something from happening | Bar.`
Rest or sit with good feelings in an environment of

brightness | Bask in glory.`
Hit with much strength | Bash.`
Tour small towns for selling entertainment | Barnstorm.`
Get some transactions done in a bank | Bank (He banks

with Chase Bank).`
Administer a holy bath pouring water | Baptise.`
Obstruct somebody by placing things | Barricade.`
Expel a person from a place or a country | Banish.`
Exchange something for something else, without the

intervention of money | Barter.`
Make a loud, short sound about a person | Bang.`
Fasten a sour with a piece of cloth | Bandage.`
Stop something before it is finished | Balk.`
Cook in a dry place | Bake.`
Change the shape of something, Lower one's own body |

Bend.`
Make thinking about something not clear | Bemuse.`
Cover meat with oil while cooking | Baste.`
Fix a hole in cloth with a string | Baste.`
Hit a ball with a stick | Bat.`
Hold back breath | Bate.`
Cry noisily | Bawl.`
Cry like a dog.`
Carry burdens or expenses | Bear.`
Say that we are not happy with something | Bemoan (The

Mayor bemoaned the lack of discipline in the Citizens).`
Make loud noise like an angry cow | Bellow.`
Make a person feel small | Belittle.`
Think that somebody is right or something is true |

Believe.`
Send air from the stomach to the mouth with sound (often

due to indigestion) | Belch.`
See | Behold.`
Cut or severe the head of somebody or some animal |

Behead.`
Act in a particular way | Behave.`
Trick a person into believing what we say as true |

Beguile.`
Envy and grumble that somebody has better things |

Begrudge.`
Start something | Begin.`
Have children | Beget children.`
Pray for something | Beg.`
Happen | Befall, befell, befallen.`
Make a clear, short sound resembling the horn of a car |

Beep.`
Cover with beautiful garments and ornaments | Bedeck with

gold, bedeck with garments, bedeck with ornaments etc.`
Put hurdles in work | Bedevil.`
Make things difficult for somebody by surprising a person

| Bedazzle.`
Change to be somebody or something | Become.`
Grow to be somebody or something | Become.`
Invite a person by calling, moving hands or head |

Beckon.`
Hit physically | Beat.`
Mix liquids quickly | Beat.`
Defeat somebody in games | Beat.`
Project rays of light through air | Beam.`
Wash oneself or somebody with water | Bathe.`
Whiten fruits or vegetables by immersing them in hot wate

| Blanch.`
Say that somebody is the cause of failures or troubles |

Blame.`
Put somebody or something on 'forbidden' list |

Blacklist.`
Make something black | Blacken.`
Pull or squeeze with teeth | Bite, bit, bit.`
Cut into two equal parts | Bisect.`
Tie somebody or something together | Bind.`
Hold somebody or something together | Bind.`
Give a place to a person or soldier for a limited stay |

Billet.`
Move in big round shapes pushed by air | Billow (The

clouds are billowing).`
Hand over somebody a list of amounts to be paid | Bill

(The London Hotels bill heavily).`
Avoid paying money which is due | Bilk.`
Show oneself and speak | Bespeak.`
Push around from all sides | Besiege.`
Ask earnestly | Beseech.`
Rate a person at a lower level | Berate.`
Gift something to a person, to be made available after

the donor's death | Bequeath.`
Approach or attack somebody to create problems for them |

Beset.`
Apply somebody with some paste and rub, making them dirty

| Besmirch.`
Gift, give | Bestow.`
Make something to move after resting | Bestir.`
Cry for somebody or something | Bewail (The child is

bewailing for its mother).`
Promise to marry a person | Betroth.`
Promise to marry off one's son or daughter | Betroth.`
Agree to pay or receive some money or something depending

on whether the contested issue happens or not, is true or

not | Bet.`
Argue on some trifles | Bicker.`
Hit somebody or something with one's fist | Biff.`
Spending away time by staying or waiting | Bide.`
Make a loud sound, like that of a horn | Blare.`
Cry like a goat or a sheep | Bleat.`
Destroy fighting strongly | Blitz.`
Become a flower from a bud | Bloom.`
Make movement of somebody/something difficult or stop |

Block.`
Mix something(s) to get new things or smoothen them |

Blend.`
Whiten something (often using chemicals like Chlorine) |

Bleach.`

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