THE INVISIBLE MAN VOCABULARY PART- 1
SANJEEV KUMAR BANSAL
VOCABULARY OF LESSON 1 TO LESSON 14
Abruptly, Accentnate, Albinism, Amateur, Anthrax, Awesome, Banging, Beech, Beer, Bristle, Bulging, Cavity, Cellar, Cheese, Chink, Clog, Damp, Dozing, Dud, Elated, Embonpoint, Eventually, Excruciating, Fanatical, Flee, Flung, Fodder, Freak, Freak, Fumbling, Furtive, Fuss, Gazette, Goggles, HandCuffs, Hay, Hearth-Rug, Heck, Hilarious, HoaxHocus, Hubbub, Intercept, Intrigued, Itenerant, Knock, Limb, Limb, Liquorish, Meadow, Menace, Mess, Messed Up, Mow, Muffle, Nuisance, Obsess, Outcast, Outskirts, Panting, Patronise, Peek, Piebald, Plead, Plump, Poker, Ponder, Pretty, Protrude, Pry, Ream, Rip, Rug, Sarsaparilla, Savagely, Scullery, Shabbily, Shabby, Shabby, Sheer, Sidekick, Slammed, Slouch, SlouchHat, Smiting, Snag, Snapped, Sniff, Sovereigns, Sprang, Steep, Steep, Stout, Stout, Stray, Strew, Stringent, Stuff, Swearing, Tangible, Tramp, Transcending, Transit, Tripped, Trips, Tweak, Twine, Unveiling, Vanishing, Weird, Weird, Whacked, Whoa, Withdrew, Yell, Yell, Yell
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