All the essential words-12 – 500 Words

possible

capable of happening or existing

perhaps

by chance

possess

have ownership of

position

the particular part of space occupied by something

personal

concerning an individual or his or her private life

piece

a separate part of a whole

perform

get done

pleasant

being in harmony with your taste or likings

perceive

become aware of through the senses

philosophy

the rational investigation of existence and knowledge

possession

anything owned

physics

the science of matter and energy and their interactions

parliament

a legislative assembly in certain countries

poetic

of or relating to verse, or literature in metrical form

persuade

cause somebody to adopt a certain position or belief

potent

having or wielding force or authority

positive

characterized by or displaying affirmation or acceptance

permanent

continuing or enduring without marked change in status

pen

a writing implement with a point from which ink flows

plane

an unbounded two-dimensional shape

persist

refuse to stop

plunge

dash violently or with great speed or impetuosity

plead

appeal or request earnestly

penetrate

pass into or through, often by overcoming resistance

peer

look searchingly

potency

the power or right to give orders or make decisions

pine

a coniferous tree

perish

pass from physical life

potential

existing in possibility

pose

assume a bearing as for artistic purposes

phenomenon

any state or process known through the senses

palm

the inner surface of the hand

partial

being or affecting only a segment

peaceful

not disturbed by strife or turmoil or war

overwhelm

overcome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli

parallel

being everywhere equidistant and not intersecting

penalty

the disadvantage or painful consequences of an action

parish

a local church community

perpetual

continuing forever or indefinitely

personality

the complex of attributes that characterize an individual

patron

someone who supports or champions something

pious

having or showing or expressing reverence for a deity

participate

be involved in

panel

sheet that forms a distinct section of something

pathos

a quality that arouses emotions, especially pity or sorrow

patent

a document granting an inventor sole rights to an invention

pluck

pull lightly but sharply

pension

regular payment to allow a person to subsist without working

pertain

be relevant to

perception

the process of becoming aware through the senses

pioneer

one the first colonists or settlers in a new territory

petty

small and of little importance

personage

a person whose actions and opinions strongly influence the course of events

panic

an overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety

pinch

squeeze tightly between the fingers

parlor

a room in a private house or establishment where people can sit and talk and relax

pathetic

deserving or inciting pity

plea

a humble request for help from someone in authority

persevere

be persistent, refuse to stop

perch

an elevated place serving as a seat

persecution

causing someone to suffer

ponder

reflect deeply on a subject

partisan

a fervent and even militant proponent of something

pagan

a person following a polytheistic or pre-Christian religion

perceptible

capable of being grasped by the mind or senses

pollute

make impure

pamphlet

a small book usually having a paper cover

penitent

feeling or expressing remorse for misdeeds

piety

righteousness by virtue of being religiously devout

patriotism

love of country and willingness to sacrifice for it

perilous

fraught with danger

pitiful

deserving or inciting compassion

pertinent

being of striking appropriateness

passive

lacking in energy or will

pang

a sudden sharp feeling

plaster

a mixture of lime or gypsum with sand and water

paste

an adhesive made from water and flour or starch

packet

a small package or bundle

poise

hold or carry in equilibrium

placid

calm and free from disturbance

perspective

a way of regarding situations or topics

pervade

spread or diffuse through

patriarch

the male head of family or tribe

physiology

the science dealing with the functioning of organisms

philanthropy

the act of donating money or time to promote human welfare

pan

shallow container made of metal

plump

sufficiently fat so as to have a pleasing fullness of figure

posterity

all future generations

pore

any tiny hole admitting passage of a liquid

posture

the arrangement of the body and its limbs

polar

of or existing within the Arctic or Antarctic Circles

playful

full of fun and high spirits

plight

a situation from which extrication is difficult

peruse

examine or consider with attention and in detail

plausible

apparently reasonable and valid, and truthful

perturb

disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried

perspire

excrete sweat through the pores in the skin

perpendicular

intersecting at or forming right angles

Parisian

of or relating to or characteristic of Paris or its inhabitants

paternal

characteristic of a father

personnel

group of people willing to obey orders

pacify

ease the anger, agitation, or strong emotion of

pastoral

devoted to raising sheep or cattle

partition

separation by the creation of a boundary that divides

plural

grammatical number category referring to two or more items

piteous

deserving or inciting a feeling of sympathy and sorrow

portfolio

a large, thin case for loose papers or drawings or maps

perverse

deviating from what is considered moral or right or proper

pervert

corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality

pavilion

a large and often sumptuous tent

populace

people in general considered as a whole

penance

voluntary self-punishment in order to atone for something

paradox

a statement that contradicts itself

palpable

capable of being perceived

paralyze

cause to be immobile

penitence

remorse for your past conduct

peaceable

inclined or disposed to peace

perpetrate

perform an act, usually with a negative connotation

pending

awaiting conclusion or confirmation

perseverance

the act of persisting

possessor

a person who owns something

pestilent

likely to spread and cause an epidemic disease

paramount

having superior power and influence

participant

someone who takes part in an activity

plaintive

expressing sorrow

pall

burial garment in which a corpse is wrapped

perpetuate

cause to continue or prevail

parasite

an animal or plant that lives in or on a host

parable

a short moral story

perspiration

salty fluid secreted by sweat glands

penetrable

admitting of penetration or passage into or through

pensive

deeply or seriously thoughtful

placate

cause to be more favorably inclined

pestilence

any epidemic disease with a high death rate

pecuniary

relating to or involving money

poignant

keenly distressing to the mind or feelings

pharmacy

a retail shop where medicine and other articles are sold

peremptory

putting an end to all debate or action

ponderous

having great mass and weight and unwieldiness

pauper

a person who is very poor

playwright

someone who writes plays

pessimism

a general disposition to expect the worst in all things

pallid

deficient in color suggesting physical or emotional distress

pompous

puffed up with vanity

parapet

a low wall along the edge of a roof or balcony

parchment

a superior paper resembling sheepskin

parity

functional equality

pact

a written agreement between two states or sovereigns

pillage

steal goods; take as spoils

populous

densely filled with inhabitants

portent

a sign of something about to happen

pontiff

the head of the Roman Catholic Church

pedant

a person who pays too much attention to formal rules

plumb

exactly vertical

plod

walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud

pernicious

exceedingly harmful

pollen

the fine spores that contain male gametes and that are borne by an anther in a flowering plant

personify

attribute human qualities to something

pedestal

an architectural support or base

pinnacle

a slender upright spire at the top of a buttress of tower

perennial

lasting an indefinitely long time

parched

dried out by heat or excessive exposure to sunlight

plaintiff

a person who brings an action in a court of law

peddle

sell or offer for sale from place to place

pare

strip the skin off

patronize

provide support for

pitiless

without mercy or sympathy

pageant

an elaborate exhibition or procession

paralysis

loss of the ability to move a body part

patrician

a person of refined upbringing and manners

perjure

make oneself guilty of telling untruths in a court of law

parry

impede the movement of

plumage

the covering of feathers on a bird

pedestrian

a person who travels by foot

panorama

the visual perception of a region

physiological

relating to the study of the functioning of organisms

paltry

contemptibly small in amount or size

perusal

the act of examining or reading carefully

pallor

unnatural lack of color in the skin

patter

make light, rapid and repeated sounds

politic

marked by artful prudence, expedience, and shrewdness

perfidy

an act of deliberate betrayal

pique

a sudden outburst of anger

persistence

continuing or repeating behavior

petulant

easily irritated or annoyed

palate

the surface of the mouth separating oral and nasal cavities

parley

a negotiation between enemies

parody

a composition that imitates or misrepresents a style

physicist

a scientist trained in the science of matter and energy

pest

a persistently annoying person

penetration

the act of entering into or through something

plait

a hairdo formed by braiding or twisting the hair

pedigree

the ancestry or lineage of an individual

peevish

easily irritated or annoyed

pinion

wing of a bird

philanthropist

someone who makes charitable donations

pitiable

deserving or inciting a feeling of sympathy and sorrow

pantomime

a performance using gestures and movements without words

plebeian

of or associated with the great masses of people

perforate

make a hole into or between, as for ease of separation

partiality

an inclination to favor one group or view over alternatives

philology

the humanistic study of language and literature

petrify

change into stone

paroxysm

a sudden uncontrollable attack

permeate

spread or diffuse through

posterior

located at or near the end of a structure

parentage

the kinship relation of an offspring to the parents

palatable

acceptable to the taste or mind

placard

a sign posted in a public place

painstaking

characterized by extreme care and great effort

pedantic

marked by a narrow focus on or display of learning

pendulum

an apparatus in which an object is mounted to swing freely

peerage

the peers of a kingdom considered as a group

pigment

dry coloring material

pedal

a lever that is operated with the foot

phenomenal

exceedingly or unbelievably great

pith

spongelike central cylinder of the stems of flowering plants

potentate

a ruler who is unconstrained by law

palpitate

beat rapidly

pleasurable

affording satisfaction or pleasure

papacy

the government of the Roman Catholic Church

pastry

any of various baked foods made of dough or batter

perjury

criminal offense of making false statements under oath

pendant

an adornment that hangs from a piece of jewelry

pendant

an adornment that hangs from a piece of jewelry

piquant

having an agreeably pungent taste

paraphrase

express the same message in different words

philanthropic

of or relating to charitable giving

polygamy

having more than one spouse at a time

pert

characterized by a lightly saucy or impudent quality

pennant

a flag that usually tapers and is longer than it is wide

porridge

soft food made by boiling meal or legumes in water or milk

posse

a temporary police force

portly

fairly fat

physique

constitution of the human body

physiognomy

the human face

peddler

someone who travels about selling his wares

perversion

the action of corrupting something

perdition

the place or state in which one suffers eternal punishment

posthumous

occurring or coming into existence after a person’s death

phalanx

any closely ranked crowd of people

palsy

loss of the ability to move a body part

permanence

property of being able to exist for an indefinite time

pertinacity

persistent determination

palliate

lessen or to try to lessen the seriousness or extent of

philharmonic

devoted to or appreciative of music

parochial

relating to or supported by or located in a parish

perturbation

the act of causing disorder

postscript

a note appended to a letter after the signature

permissible

acceptable, especially as according to rule

perfunctory

hasty and without attention to detail; not thorough

parenthesis

a punctuation mark used to enclose textual material

periphery

the outside boundary or surface of something

plummet

drop sharply

plenipotentiary

a diplomat with full powers to take action or make decisions

podium

a platform raised above the surrounding level

pallet

a hand tool with a flat blade for mixing and shaping clay

peerless

eminent beyond or above comparison

panegyric

formally expressing praise

polity

the form of government of a social organization

passe

out of fashion

pitfall

an unforeseen or unexpected or surprising difficulty

papyrus

tall sedge of the Nile valley yielding fiber

pantheism

the belief that God exists in and is the same as all things

pinnace

a boat for communication between ship and shore

perfidious

tending to betray

platitude

a trite or obvious remark

perpetrator

someone who commits wrongdoing

polemic

a verbal or written attack, especially of a belief or dogma

penury

a state of extreme poverty or destitution

porous

full of holes

perversity

the act of deliberately deviating from what is moral or good

postulate

maintain or assert

palette

a board on which an artist mixes paints

patrimony

an inheritance coming by right of birth

plurality

the state of being more than one

plumber

a craftsman who installs and repairs pipes and fixtures and appliances

pliant

capable of being shaped or bent or drawn out

potion

a medicinal or magical or poisonous beverage

pillory

a wooden instrument of punishment on a post

portend

indicate by signs

overweight

usually describes a large person who is fat but has a large frame to carry it

pathological

relating to the study of diseases

paranoia

a mental disorder characterized by delusions of persecution

paraphernalia

equipment consisting of miscellaneous articles

philander

talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions

polarize

cause to concentrate about two conflicting positions

plagiarism

taking someone’s words or ideas as if they were your own

poesy

literature in metrical form

paragon

a perfect embodiment of a concept

parsimony

extreme stinginess

poultice

a medical dressing spread on a cloth and applied to the skin

pilfer

make off with belongings of others

pliable

capable of being shaped or bent or drawn out

pervasive

spreading or spread throughout

plaque

a memorial made of brass

pander

yield to; give satisfaction to

pivotal

being of crucial importance

pediatrics

branch of medicine concerned with the treatment of children

pittance

an inadequate payment

phlegmatic

showing little emotion

possessive

serving to express or indicate the act of having

pontifical

proceeding from or ordered by or subject to a pope

percussion

the act of exploding a detonator that explodes when struck

phonetic

using symbols to represent each speech sound

pacifist

someone opposed to violence as a means of settling disputes

overwrought

deeply agitated especially from emotion

pandemonium

a state of extreme confusion and disorder

pommel

strike, usually with the fist

piecemeal

one thing at a time

plaudit

enthusiastic approval

pied

having sections or patches colored differently and brightly

palatial

relating to or being a large and stately residence

pedagogy

the profession of a teacher

pell-mell

in a wild or reckless manner

petulance

an irritable feeling

peripheral

on or near an edge or constituting an outer boundary

penchant

a strong liking

pithy

concise and full of meaning

plenteous

affording an abundant supply

parlance

a manner of speaking natural to a language’s native speakers

padre

a chaplain in one of the military services

pariah

a person who is rejected from society or home

parse

analyze the sentence structure of

peninsular

of a mass of land projecting into a body of water

pertinacious

stubbornly unyielding

perceptive

of or relating to awareness via the senses

peon

a laborer who is obliged to do menial work

palaver

loud and confused and empty talk

perimeter

a line enclosing a plane area

philosophize

conduct rational investigation

paramour

a lover, especially a secret or illicit one

polytheism

belief in multiple gods

perspicuous

transparently clear; easily understandable

placebo

an innocuous or inert medication

pedagogue

someone who educates young people

pestilential

likely to spread and cause an epidemic disease

pestilential

likely to spread and cause an epidemic disease

philologist

a humanist specializing in classical scholarship

ploy

a maneuver in a game or conversation

perquisite

an incidental benefit for certain types of employment

perquisite

an incidental benefit for certain types of employment

penitential

showing or constituting penance

paternity

the state of being a father

patois

a regional dialect of a language

parallelism

similarity by virtue of corresponding

plethora

extreme excess

panoply

a complete and impressive array

percolate

cause to pass through a permeable substance

pinioned

(of birds) especially having the flight feathers

poignancy

a quality that arouses emotions, especially pity or sorrow

peroration

the concluding section of a rhetorical address

plenitude

a full supply

perambulate

walk with no particular goal

pestle

a hand tool for grinding and mixing substances in a mortar

pauperism

a state of extreme poverty or destitution

plenary

full in all respects

paucity

an insufficient quantity or number

paleontology

the earth science that studies fossil organisms

overweening

presumptuously arrogant

pandemic

existing everywhere

parvenu

a person who has suddenly risen to a higher economic status

plebiscite

a vote determining public opinion on a question

paean

a hymn of praise

parricide

the murder of your own father or mother

panacea

hypothetical remedy for all ills or diseases

pesky

causing irritation or annoyance

pellucid

transmitting light; able to be seen through with clarity

pendulous

hanging loosely or bending downward

panoramic

as from an altitude or distance

polytechnic

a technical school offering instruction in many industrial arts and applied sciences

pneumatic

relating to or using air or a similar gas

pediatrician

a specialist in the care of babies

poncho

a blanket-like cloak with a hole in the center for the head

perspicacity

the ability to assess situations or circumstances shrewdly

polemical

of or involving dispute or controversy

polygon

a closed plane figure bounded by straight sides

polyglot

a person who speaks more than one language

paradigm

a standard or typical example

parsimonious

excessively unwilling to spend

polarity

a relation between two opposite attributes or tendencies

polemics

the branch of Christian theology devoted to the refutation of errors

pectoral

of or relating to the chest or thorax

plutocracy

a political system governed by the wealthy people

perspicuity

clarity as a consequence of being easily understandable

pharisee

a self-righteous or sanctimonious person

phosphorescence

a fluorescence that persists after radiation has ceased

pamphleteer

a writer of pamphlets

penultimate

next to the last

permissive

not strict in discipline

penurious

excessively unwilling to spend

personable

pleasant in manner and appearance

piebald

having sections or patches colored differently and brightly

posit

take as a given; assume as a postulate or axiom

peripatetic

traveling especially on foot

peregrination

traveling or wandering around

pomposity

lack of elegance from being puffed up with vanity

potable

suitable for drinking

parameter

a constant in the equation of a curve that can be varied

peccadillo

a petty misdeed

permeable

allowing fluids or gases to pass or diffuse through

platonic

free from physical desire

perfumery

perfumes in general

persiflage

light teasing

phobia

an anxiety disorder characterized by irrational fear

ovoid

rounded like an egg

patronymic

of or derived from a personal or family name

periodicity

the quality of recurring at regular intervals

permutation

a complete change in character or condition

parquet

a floor made of a patterned wood inlay

philistine

a person who is uninterested in intellectual pursuits

piccolo

a small flute; pitched an octave above the standard flute

phoenix

a legendary bird that burned to death and emerged reborn

perfectible

capable of becoming or being made perfect

plasticity

the property of being physically malleable

panache

distinctive and stylish elegance

pachyderm

a large mammal with thick skin, such as an elephant or hippo

patina

a fine coating of oxide on the surface of a metal

picayune

small and of little importance

pastiche

a work of art that imitates the style of some previous work

polygamist

someone married to two or more people at the same time

picaresque

(of fiction) involving clever rogues or adventurers

postgraduate

of or relating to studies beyond a bachelor’s degree

pliancy

adaptability of mind or character

percipient

characterized by ease and quickness in perceiving

pharmacopoeia

a collection or stock of drugs

palimpsest

a manuscript on which more than one text has been written

plagiarize

take without referencing from someone’s writing or speech

poetics

study of poetic works

penumbra

a fringe region of partial shadow around an umbra

philately

the collection and study of postage stamps

pharisaical

excessively or hypocritically pious

pentameter

a verse line having five metrical feet

poseur

a person who habitually pretends to be something he is not

postmortem

occurring or done after death

peter

obscene terms for penis

pentagon

a shape with five angles and five sides

pilferer

a thief who steals without using violence

potpourri

a collection containing a variety of sorts of things

pluperfect

a perfective tense used to express action completed in the past

pejorative

expressing disapproval

percolator

a coffeepot in which boiling water ascends through a central tube and filters back down through a basket of ground coffee beans

pervious

admitting of passage or entrance

peccant

liable to sin

polysyllable

a word of more than three syllables

philanderer

a man who likes many women

perspicacious

mentally acute or penetratingly discerning

perigee

the nearest point in an orbit around the Earth

piscatorial

relating to or characteristic of the activity of fishing

physiography

the study of physical features of the earth’s surface

pedagogics

the principles and methods of instruction

penology

the branch of criminology concerned with prison management

pentathlon

an athletic contest consisting of five different events

polemicist

a writer who argues in opposition to others

payee

a person to whom money is paid

philatelist

a collector and student of postage stamps

phonogram

any written symbol standing for a sound or syllable or morpheme or word

photoelectric

of or pertaining to photoelectricity

phylum

the major taxonomic group of animals and plants

pentagram

a star with 5 points

persuadable

being susceptible to persuasion

photometer

photographic equipment that measures the intensity of light

phonology

the study of the sound system of a given language

palindrome

a word or phrase that reads the same backward as forward

phonic

relating to speech

podiatrist

a specialist in care for the feet

pentad

the cardinal number that is the sum of four and one

polyhedron

a solid figure bounded by plane polygons or faces

postdate

be later in time

photometry

measurement of the properties of light

petrous

resembling stone in hardness

peccable

liable to sin

pervasion

the process of permeating or infusing something with a substance

partible

(of e.g. property) capable of being parted or divided

pledgee

someone to whom a pledge is made or someone with whom something is deposited as a pledge

palpability

the quality of being perceivable by touch

pentavalent

having a valence of five

pentahedron

any polyhedron having five plane faces

pally

having the relationship of friends or pals

Polycarp

Greek bishop of Smyrna who refused to recant his Christian faith and was burned to death by pagans (circa 69-155)

pincer

a grasping structure on the limb of a crustacean or other arthropods

pinche

South American tamarin with a tufted head

Passifloraceae

tropical woody tendril-climbing vines

bailee

the agent to whom property involved in a bailment is delivered

poetise

compose verses or put into verse

bulwark

an embankment built around a space for defensive purposes

blastosphere

early stage of an embryo produced by cleavage of an ovum

pledge

a binding commitment to do or give or refrain from something

paling

a fence made of upright pickets

Petrified Forest National Park

a national park in Arizona having the world’s largest collection of petrified coniferous trees

passe

out of fashion

philogyny

admiration for women

pass off

cause to be circulated and accepted in a false character or identity

paronomasia

a humorous play on words

pentose

any monosaccharide sugar containing five atoms of carbon per molecule

percipient

characterized by ease and quickness in perceiving

physiography

the study of physical features of the earth’s surface

pantheon

a temple to all the gods of antiquity

Pan American Day

a day celebrating political and economic unity among American countries

phenomenon

any state or process known through the senses
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