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Vocabulary Words Starts With “K”

Welcome to Resultrecruitment.com vocabulary letter K page. Here in this page we will be providing you the letter list which is starts from ‘K’ to improve your English vocabulary. Vocabulary in English language always helpful to know some common phrases and expressions sets.

If aspirant’s vocabulary will be strong they can express his/ her ideas very easily in English. When you are speaking in English your spelling must be perfect for good communication skills. Here we are suggested you some vocabulary words that are specially asked in the competitive exam.

 

 

Word

Meaning

Example

Keen

having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions

His keen eyes had detected a small, swiftly moving object on the horizon–the expected patrol boat.

Ken

range of what one can know or understand

Ah, but the Eyes Divine look long and see far; things beyond the human ken are all revealed.

Kindle

cause to start burning

At a little distance a fire had been quickly kindled and cooking was already going on.

Kinetic

characterized by motion

But when the can is opened, the potential energy quickly converts to kinetic energy as the fake snake jumps out.

Knave

a deceitful and unreliable scoundrel

The merchant subsequently turned out a very great knave, cheating Tom on various occasions, and finally broke, very much in his debt.

Knead

make uniform

He did not look at her as he spoke, but kept on diligently smoothing and kneading the soft clay.

Knit

make (textiles) by knitting

Poor farming families took up extra work in the villages such as making gloves, knitting stockings, or spinning yarn.

Knoll

a small natural hill

At the very base of the hill or knoll alluded to, they halted.

Knotty

highly complex or intricate and occasionally devious

I am, at this present writing, perplexed and plagued with two knotty problems in politics.

Kaleidoscope

series of changing events

A kaleidoscope of European history.

 

 

 

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