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Vocabulary from the letter ‘Z’

Welcome to Recruitmentresult.com. On this page we will provide you words which start from ‘Z’ to improve your English vocabulary. Vocabulary is the basic and most necessary thing to write and speak better English. Sometimes you can’t find proper word to express a certain thing, feeling or thought in mind. It’s just lack of words or vocab.

If you know correct word to express certain thing, you will not need larger sentences to express the same thing. Thus it will save your time and effort. Here we are suggesting you some words that are often asked in the competitive exams.

 

 

Word

Meaning

Example

Zest

vigorous and enthusiastic enjoyment

So I pursued my studies with zest and unabated enthusiasm.

Zephyr

a slight wind (usually refreshing)

Nor I. On the contrary, all the allusions to the winds are of the gentler kind,—”balmy Zephyrs,” “whispering breezes” and so forth.

Zenith

the point above the observer that is directly opposite the nadir on the imaginary sphere against which celestial bodies appear to be projected

Zenith, the point in the celestial sphere directly overhead.

Zealous

marked by active interest and enthusiasm

“You are so willing and zealous; but for that very reason I must guard against your enthusiasm carrying you too far.”

Zeal

a feeling of strong eagerness (usually in favour of a person or cause)

While many states, particularly in the West, have non-restrictive gun laws, Arizona’s zeal for weapons has often made headlines.

Zany

ludicrous, foolish

Style: Pleasantly earnest overall; on occasion displayed his goofy and zany side.

Zealot

a fervent and even militant proponent of something

Finally having conquered his irritable bowel syndrome, he worked out like a zealot all winter, adding about 17 pounds of solid muscle.

 

 

 

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