BEST VOCABULARY WORDS FOR IELTS – 430

VOCABULARY WORDS FOR IELTS

BEST VOCABULARY WORDS FOR IELTS – 430

BEST VOCABULARY WORDS FOR IELTS - 430

Anachronism – something (or someone) that is out of place in terms of time or chronology.

Sentence  – Showing the Pharaoh wearing a wristwatch was an obvious anachronism.

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Anachronism – something (or someone) that is out of place in terms of time or chronology.

Sentence  – Showing the Pharaoh wearing a wristwatch was an obvious anachronism.

BEST VOCABULARY WORDS FOR IELTS - 430

Cacophony – a harsh mixture of sounds.

Sentence  – I couldn’t hear over the cacophony of alarm bells.

BEST VOCABULARY WORDS FOR IELTS - 430

Draconian – something that is excessively harsh and severe. 

Sentence – The new parking fines are positively draconian.

BEST VOCABULARY WORDS FOR IELTS - 430

Limerence – an involuntary state of mind resulting from a romantic attraction to another person combined with an overwhelming, obsessive need to have one’s feelings reciprocated.

Sentence  – Eva wasn’t sure how to shake her recent feelings of limerence.

BEST VOCABULARY WORDS FOR IELTS - 430

Pareidolia – phenomenon in which the mind perceives a specific image or pattern where it does not actually exist

Sentence  – Alex was sure he saw a human face on the moon’s surface, but it was more likely to be pareidolia.

BEST VOCABULARY WORDS FOR IELTS - 430

Riposte – A quick or witty retaliatory reply.

Sentence – Cora was known for having an excellent riposte to any insult.

BEST VOCABULARY WORDS FOR IELTS - 430

Sanctimony – Pretend or hypocritical religious devotion or righteousness.

Sentence  – There was an air of sanctimony in the way he detailed his charity work.

BEST VOCABULARY WORDS FOR IELTS - 430

Serendipity – The act of finding something valuable or interesting when you are not looking for it.

Sentence  – It had to be serendipity that I found my dream house during a random drive in the country.

BEST VOCABULARY WORDS FOR IELTS - 430

Verisimilitude – Something that merely seems to be true or real.

Sentence – She was experiencing a nightmare of the most extraordinary verisimilitude

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