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Vocabulary Words Starts With “P”

Vocabulary words which starts from letter “P” is very useful and that is why Recruitmentresult is going to publish most useful vocabulary for letter “P”. In this page we are showing you few important words of letter ‘P’. Dear aspires now a day so many exams are conducting by all public sector departments.

English is that part of exam in which mostly candidates are getting less marks than score in the merit. Reason is behind this is that less vocabulary learning capacity and less grammar knowledge. But don’t worry dear now learn the words given in this page and get the success in future exams.

The following list is showing few words  important from exams point of view:

 

 

Word

Meaning

Example

Paean

a song of praise or triumph

A paean was written in honour of the victorious warrior.

Pagan

polytheistic

Moses, distraught over some of his people’s continuing pagan ways, smashed the stone tablets bearing the Ten Commandments.

Painstaking

thorough, careful, precise

Helga’s painstaking research paid off with a top grade on her essay.

Palatial  

large and ornate, like a palace

The new palatial home contained two pools and an indoor track for jogging.

Palindrome

a word or phrase which reads the same backwards and forwards

“Bob”, “Dad,” and “Madam” are examples of palindromes.

 Palliate

 to alleviate or ease pain but not cure; to make appear less serious

The lawyer attempted to palliate the offense to the jury.

Pallid

pale in color

The visitor left the hospital room with a pallid face.

Pallor  

lack of facial color

The more vivid the testimony grew, the more the witness seemed to take on a ghostly pallor.

Palpable

Touchable, clear, obvious

The palpable decision was to discontinue the use of drugs.

Panegyric

high praise

Upon his retirement, he received a great panegyric from many of his associates.

Paradigm

model, prototype, pattern

The machine could no longer be produced after the paradigm was destroyed.

Paradox

a tenet seemingly contradictory or false, but actually true

The paradox seemed so unlikely though it was true.

Parapet   

a wall for protection, a low wall or railing

The parapet protected the kingdom from the raging army.

Paraphernalia

Equipment, accessories

She looked guilty since the drug paraphernalia was found in her apartment.

Pariah

an outcast

The pariah of the group sat by himself under the tree.

Parity   

 state of being the same in power, value, or rank

When the younger brother was promoted to co-president with the elder son, it established parity between the two.

Parley

 to speak with another, to discourse

I will parley the information to the appropriate person.

Parochial

Religious, narrow-minded

Devout Christians, the Chesterfields enrolled their children in a parochial school.

Parody

a piece of work imitating another in a satirical manner, a poor imitation

The play was a parody of the Prince and Princess’s marital difficulties. Ugh! This is a parody of a fashionable dress!

Parry

to avoid, to ward off

I dislike talking to the woman so I will attempt to parry her by ducking around the corner.

Parse

to separate (a sentence) into parts and describe the function of each

An English teacher may ask a student to parse a sentence.

Parsimonious

very frugal, unwilling to spend

The owner was so parsimonious he refused to purchase new curtains when the old ones fell off the window.

 

 

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