CLAT English Vocabulary List of 100 most important previously asked words.

This list has been created after studying all the past year papers of Common Law Admission Test.

It contains all the important vocabulary words for CLAT 2020.

This year the CLAT English with vocabulary will be based on comprehension, however, the previously asked questions provide an idea of the type of questions CLAT has asked in this section.

CLAT English Vocabulary List

  1. Huff- to treat with arrogance
  2. Obstinate- unyielding
  3. Gigantic- enormous
  4. Stupendous- colossal
  5. Verbose- talkative
  6. Quip- witticism
  7. Obfuscate- confuse
  8. Knave- dishonest person
  9. Nimble- open
  10. Propinquity- proximity
  11. Jovial- gloomy
  12. Idiosyncrasy- eccentricity
  13. Exalt- open
  14. Dexterity- skill
  15. Bountiful- munificent
  16. Assiduous- persistent
  17. Alacrity- willingness
  18. Amiable- good natured
  19. Styloid- slender
  20. Gullible- credulous
  21. Ligature- bandage
  22. Grandeur- splendour
  23. Abstruse- hidden
  24. Behoof- benefit
  25. Quibble- to evade truth
  26. Vaunt- boast
  27. Abeyance- temporary suspension
  28. Swathe- to sweep
  29. Colloquial- conversational
  30. Philanderer- male flirt
  31. Prodigal- extravagant
  32. Quintessence- purest part
  33. Dreary- cheerless
  34. Embargo- suspension of trade
  35. Quaint- unusual
  36. Hackneyed- common
  37. Beseech- pray
  38. Sanguine- confident
  39. Insipid- tasteless
  40. Diaphanous- almost transparent
  41. Loath- unwilling
  42. Harbinger- forerunner
  43. Craven- cowardly
  44. Prevaricate- to evade
  45. Debonair- elegant
  46. Cavil- to complain
  47. Egregious- outrageous
  48. Profane- blasphemous
  49. Imperiousness- arrogance
  50. Canard- rumour
  51. Ferret- search
  52. Mortify- humiliate
  53. Ordain- command
  54. Pious- devout
  55. Gingerly- assiduously
  56. Platitude- trite remark
  57. Grandiose- imposing
  58. Spry- nimble
  59. Fudge- falsify
  60. Aphorism- proverb
  61. Passé- chic
  62. Vituperation- malediction
  63. Sporadic- occasional
  64. Emaciated- very thin
  65. Potpourri- medley
  66. Lexicon- dictionary
  67. Hex- evil spell
  68. Liturgy- ritual
  69. Scurrilous- insulting
  70. Dialectic- fawning
  71. Charlatan- quack
  72. Cynosure- centre of attention
  73. Apposite- relevant
  74. Riparian- riverbanks
  75. Enigmatic- perplexing
  76. Diffidence- humility
  77. Impeccable- flawless
  78. Equestrian- relates to horses
  79. Camouflaging- hiding
  80. Lynch- killed
  81. Fatigue- weariness
  82. Queer- absurd
  83. Parley- discuss
  84. Aberration- deviation
  85. Inundate- flooded
  86. Horrendous- dreadful
  87. Nuptial- marriage
  88. Zythum- ancient writer
  89. Lax- loose
  90. Undulation- vibration
  91. Urbane- polite
  92. Jargon- lingo
  93. Detest- abhor
  94. Ebb- decay
  95. Perestroika- opening up
  96. Oligarchy- small group of people
  97. Tedious- tiresome
  98. Obsequious- servile
  99. Puerility- childishness
  100. Callous – unfeeling

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