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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.