50 New English Words With Meaning and Sentences

Learn English Words, 50 New English Words With Meaning and Sentences

Learn English Words, 50 New English Words With Meaning and Sentences



50 New English Words with Meaning and Sentence

You can find the 50 new words and their meanings used in English in the article below. We also explained with examples;

1. About: connected with

Do you want to tell me about it?

 

2. Also: In addition something

She was also dressed for the exclusive party.

 

3. Come: Move toward a particular person or place

“Come on, Jim!” called the girl.





4. Have: own

You will all have to swim.

 

5. Give: To present voluntarily

She knew only of those things that give joy and health and peace.

 

6. Here: In this place

He didn’t come here to talk to me.

 

7. Just: Guided by truth

John just keeps getting worse!

 

8. Know: To see or comprehend as reality or truth

Mark didn’t know the car was coming.

 

9. Look: To turn one’s eyes toward something

That truck didn’t look like much even when it was clean, but it was reliable.

 

10. More: In greater quantity

Alexandra had been hiding more than a father.

 

11. New: Of recent origin

Do you think Jonh might feel left out when the new baby comes?

 

12. Now: At the present time

Right now he wished he hadn’t started this romancing thing.





13. Only: Without others

Only Nicky noticed her standing in the door.

 

14. Other: Additional

Becky closed the door and walked around to the other side.

 

15. Out: Away from

In spite of his decision not to, he glanced out the window.

 

16. Say: To utter or pronounce

Joe had probably been hurting during the ride, but refused to say anything.

 

17.See: To perceive with the eyes

Maybe she should see a doctor.

 

18. Take: To get into one’s hold

She would take care of their needs.

 

19. Tell: To give an account

Girls, what did I tell you?

 

20 Think: To have a conscious mind

I think she felt included because she was helping as much as we were.

 

21. Time: The arrangement of those successive relations that any occasion has to some other

Did you need time away from her?

 

22. Use: To employ for some purpose

She could use the help.

 

23. Very: In a high degree

I love him very much.

 

24. Want: In a high degree

We can stop right here if you want, Can.





25. Well: In a good

“Well thanks,” she said, and went into a coughing fit.

 

26. Consider: To think carefully about

Mark did not consider or ask himself whether the news was good or bad.

 

27. Minute: An exact point in time

She listened for a minute and then his tone was sharp.

 

28. Practice: Customary performance

Peter then settled at Amsterdam, intending to practise medicine.

 

29. Establish: Settle in a position

Candy asked, trying to establish identity.

 

30. Conduct: Personal behavior

Harley will conduct you to the Minister of War.

 

31. Scarce: Insufficient to satisfy the need

He made herself scarce.

 

32. Appoint: Assign to a position

David was given the right to dispense justice, to coin money and to appoint the bishops in Bavaria.

 

33. Level: Having no part higher than another

They need to bring his blood pressure back to a normal level.

 

34. Convince: To move by argument

She might object to you, but I can convince him to take you.

 

35. Inspire: To fill with an animating

Carmy must be quite a woman to inspire such admiration from jack.

 

36. Skill: The ability

They have the skill and the strategy.

 

37. Reflect: To return back or show an image of

Which reflect entirely different historical conditions from Zenda.

 

38. Crew: A gathering of people engaged with a specific sort of work

The marine crew of the foremost 8.5.

 

39. Humble: Not proud

She in turn, looked at her as if a princess was visiting his humble abode.




40. Despair: Loss of hope

Britney put her face in her hands to hide the despair it would show.

 

41. Justify: To defend

She know there’s nothing She can say to justify my actions.

 

42. Scale: One of the thin, flat

Therefor, the bathroom scale had reported a two-pound drop that morning.

 

43. Distinction: The recognizing

The distinction was lost on Helen, whose look of horror made Katty pity the woman.

 

44. Exert: To put forth or into use

Matteo pulled back, having to exert considerable force against her surprising strength.

 

45. Oppress: To burden with cruel

And yet in Gideon’s time they were strong enough to oppress france.

 

46. Perpetual: Enduring forever

He was an attractive boy with a quick smile and a perpetual twinkle in his eyes.

 

47. Because: Because is used to show/give reason. It is followed by a complete sentence with its own subject and verb.

She usually eats at home, because she likes cooking.

 

48. However : We can express a contrast by using the adverb however  with two sentences. It is always followed by a comma.

He was feeling very ill. However, he went to school.

 

49. Whereas: Whereas is conjunction. It links two ideas that contrast with each other.

Chicken meat is white, whereas that of an ox is red.

 

50. Although: Although is used for introducing a statement that makes the main statement in a sentence seem.

Although it rained all day, we enjoyed the party very much.


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