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Vocabulary from the letter ‘U’

Hello & welcome to all our viewers who are watching to this page. Each and every single letter has its own importance in English. In this sense letter ‘U’ also has its own importance. In recent time mostly government jobs exams are helding by various public sector departments frequently.

English is the most important part of these exams and mostly candidates put down their knees in front of English because of their little knowledge in English and forgetting habit of words. Letter ‘U’ is also the first letter of Urban which is called “civilized” in entire world. The word starts with ‘U’ understand which means realize.

Dear viewers here we are showing few important words from letter ‘U’ which is most important for the exams point   of view. See the given words as under and learn:

 

 

Word

Meaning

Example

Ubiquitous

Omnipresent, present everywhere

Water may seem ubiquitous, until a drought comes along.

 

Ulterior

Buried, concealed, undisclosed

She was usually very selfish, so when she came bearing gifts he suspected that she had ulterior motives.

Umbrage

offense or resentment

The candidate took umbrage at the remark of his opponent.

Unalloyed

pure, of high quality

An unalloyed chain is of greater value than a piece of costume jewellery.

Uncanny

 of a strange nature, weird

That two people could be so alike was uncanny.

 Uncouth

Uncultured, crude

The social club would not accept an uncouth individual.

Undermine

 to weaken, often through subtle means

The supervisor undermined the director’s power and began controlling the staff.

Unequivocal

clear and unambiguous

 The 50-0 vote against the bill was an unequivocal statement against the measure.

Unfeigned

Genuine, real, sincere

Her unfeigned reaction of surprise meant she had not expected the party.

 Ungainly

 clumsy and unattractive

The ungainly man knocked over the plant stand.

Uniform

never changing, always with the same standard

The marching band moved in uniform across the field.

 

Unique

without equal, incomparable

The jeweler assured him that the dubloon was unique, as it was part of the long lost treasure of the Atocha.

Universal

concerning everyone, existing everywhere

Pollution does not affect just one country or state- it’s a universal problem.

 Unobtrusive

 out of the way, remaining quietly in the background

The shy man found an unobtrusive seat in the far corner of the room.

Unprecedented

unheard of, exceptional

Weeks of intense heat created unprecedented power demands, which the utilities were hard pressed to meet.

Unpretentious

 Simple, plain, modest

He was an unpretentious farmer.

 Unruly

not submitting to discipline, disobedient

 The unruly boys had to be removed from the concert hall.

Untoward

 Improper, unfortunate

Asking guests to bring their own food would be an untoward request.

 Upshot

the final act or result

The upshot of the debate was that the bill would be released to the floor.

 

Urbane

Cultured,  suave

The gala concert and dinner dance was attended by the most urbane individuals.

 

Usurpation

art of taking something for oneself, seizure

During the war, the usurpation of the country forced an entirely new culture on the natives.

 

Usury

the lending of money with an excessively high interest rate

An interest rate 30 points above the prime rate would be considered usury in the United States.

 

 

 

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