BEST Vocabulary Words for IELTS – 517
Trajectory: the curved path an object follows after it is thrown or shot into the air
Sentence: The missile came in on a very low trajectory.
Despondent: unhappy and with no hope or enthusiasm:
Sentence: He became/grew increasingly despondent when she failed to return his phone calls.
Chronology: the order in which a series of events happened,
Sentence: I’m not sure of the chronology of events.
Decorum: behaviour that is controlled, calm, and polite:
Sentence: As young ladies we were expected to act/behave with proper decorum.
Vocabulary Words for IELTS
Exult: to express great pleasure or happiness
Sentence: They exulted at their victory.
Qualm: an uncomfortable feeling when you doubt if you are doing the right thing:
Sentence: She had no qualms about lying to the police.
Quintessence: the most typical example:
Sentence: An American football game is the quintessence of machismo.
Insolent: showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect.
Sentence: “she hated the insolent tone of his voice”