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Vocabulary from the letter ‘O’

To get success in competitive exams we need to firstly improve our English skills. For English preparation we need to have a strong vocabulary. So we are providing here some important vocabulary starts with ‘O’ which is generally asked in Bank PO, CAT Exam, Bank Clerk Exam, SSC, UPSC and Entrance tests.

So, practice these words to improve you vocabulary for English learning. Through this you will improve your Comprehension, Spell mistake, Fill in the Blanks, Story completion etc. So read the below words and make practice more and more.

 

 

Word

Meaning

Example

oaf

a clumsy, dumb person

The waiter has been called an oaf ever since he dropped the tray.

obeisance

a gesture of respect or reverence

As an obeisance, the man took off his hat as the funeral procession drove
past him

obdurate

stubborn

The obdurate youngster refused to eat the Brussels sprouts.

objective

open-minded, impartial, goal

It’s hard to set aside your biases and be objective.

objurgate

to chide vehemently

The girls disliked those boys who objurgated the group.  obligatory (adj.) mandatory

obliterate

destroy completely

Poaching nearly obliterated the world’s whale population

obscure

not easily understood, dark

The orchestra enjoys performing obscure American works, hoping to bring them to a wider audience.

obsequious

servilely attentive, fawning

The man’s attraction to the woman would be obvious if his obsequious behaviour could be noted.

obsolete

out of date, pass

Computers have made many formerly manual tasks obsolete.

obstinate

stubborn

Her father would not allow her to stay out past midnight; she thought he was
obstinate

obviate

to make unnecessary

The invention of cars has obviated the use of horse and carriage.

odious

hateful, disgusting

Having to chaperone her brother was an odious chore for the girl.

ominous

threatening

Seeing ominous clouds on the horizon, the street fair organizers decided to fold up their tent and go home.

omniscient

having knowledge of all things

The future can be told by the omniscient woman.

opalescent

iridescent

Her new nail polish was opalescent making her finger tips look like pearls.

opaque

dull, cloudy, non-transparent

Not having been washed for years, the once beautiful windows of the Victorian home became opaque.

opprobrious

abusive

Nobody liked working for him because he was so opprobrious.

ornate

elaborate, lavish, decorated

The courthouse was framed by ornate friezes.

ossify

to turn to bone, to harden

Over time, the plant matter has ossified.

ostensible

apparent

The ostensible reason for choosing the girl was for her beauty.

 

 

Vocabulary from “A”

Vocabulary from “N”

Vocabulary from “B”

Vocabulary from “O”

Vocabulary from “C”

Vocabulary from “P”

Vocabulary from “D”

Vocabulary from “Q”

Vocabulary from “E”

Vocabulary from “R”

Vocabulary from “F”

Vocabulary from “S”

Vocabulary from “G”

Vocabulary from “T”

Vocabulary from “H”

Vocabulary from “U”

Vocabulary from “I”

Vocabulary from “V”

Vocabulary from “J”

Vocabulary from “W”

Vocabulary from “K”

Vocabulary from “X”

Vocabulary from “L”

Vocabulary from “Y”

Vocabulary from “M”

Vocabulary from “Z”

 

 

 

 


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