Most useful synonyms used in ielts writing and speaking part-4

 

                   Most useful synonyms used in IELTS writing and speaking part-4

 

        Most useful synonyms used in IELTS writing and speaking part-4

Quarrel

Fight, Conflict, Argument, Match, Disagree, Dispute, wrangle.

Queer

Stange, curious, peculiar, unexpected, atypical, unusual, Odd, giddy, faint.

Quiet

Muted, silent, whist, peaceful, hushful, noiseless, tranquil. 

Quit

Leave, vacate,Exit, depart, Get off, Drop out, resign.

Quack

Confidence trickster, impostor, rogue, villiain.

Quadrilateral

Multilateral, many-sided, four-sided, tetragon.

Quadruped

Flank, Rump, forefoot, loin, four-footed, croupe.

Quaff

Swallow, Guzzle, attack, down, Take, Imbibe, consume.

Quagmire

Swamp, marsh, Bog, muddle, predicament, tangle, confusion.

Quaint

Unusual, attractive, curious, fanciful, unfamiliar.

Qualified

Competent, graduate, adept, skilled, succeed, experienced.

Qualify

Certify, enable, entitle, empower, condition.

Qualm

Misgiving, doubt, worry, reservation, concern, unease.

Qualitative

Approximate, dependent, subjective, conditional, partial, dependent.

Quandary

Trouble, pickle, predicament, stalemate, plight, predicament.

Quantative

Significant, calcuable, perceptible,quantifible.

Quotation

Citationquotereferencementionallusionexcerptextractselectionpassage.

Quantum

Measure, portion, unit, sum, amount, total.

Quorum

Attendance, majority, organization, assemblage, covention, congress.

Quarantine

Seclusion, separation,segregation,sequestration.

Quarry

Prey, the victim, object, Aim, quest, chase.

Quash

 Cancel, reverse, repeal, retract, disallow, overturn, repudiate.

Quay

Dock, pier, berth, levee, landing, jetty.

Queasy

Bilious, train stick, rough, awful, terrible, dread.

Quell

Conquer, Crush, silence, queer, vanquish.

Quench

Destroy, extinguish, moisten, demolish, destruct.

Query

Enquiry, doubt, ask, question, uncertainly, question.

Quest

Search, hunt, Adventure, inquiry, probe, research, investigation.

Queue

Line, row, chain, series, sequence, stream.

 Quibble

Niggle, prevarication, dodge, dublicity, evasion, pretense, nicety.

Quip

Joke, funny, banter, repartee, pleasantry, offense.

Quirk

Foible, notion, crotchet, trait, caprice, vagary.

 

 

 

Rage

Fury, Wrath, frenzy, craze.

Raise

Lift, stir up, incite, increase.

Raze

Demolish, destroy, level, obliterate.

Recover

Retrieve, reclaim, repossess, redeem, revive, recapture, salvage, regain, recuperate.

Regard

respect, esteem, consider, note, reckon,evaluate,treat.

Release

Free, liberate, relinquish, give out, Ransome, emancipate.

 Reliable

Responsible, trustworthy, dependable, authentic, valid, genuine.

Rescue

Liberate, set free, deliver, save.

Rigid

Stiff,strict,inflexible,unyielding,hard, inelastic, unchangeable, invariable.

Rival

Competitor,oponent,contender,antagonist, Contestant, challenger. 

Rude

Barbaric,uncivil,insolent,discourteous, impolite, insolent, ill-mannered.

Ruin

Destruction, downfall, wreck, perdition, decay, disrepair, decrepitude.

Sacred

Holy, consecrated, sanctified, sacrosanct, blessed, blest, dedicated, devotional.

Savage

Wild, rude, barbarous, uncivilized, terrible, awful, beast, brute, demon.

Scorn

Contempt,despise,disdain, derision, mockery.

Seize

Grasp,capture,arrest,confiscent, grap, snatch, grip, clutch.

Soothe

Quit,assuage,console,comfort, calm, pacify, subdue.

Splendid

Gorgeous,glorious,magnificent,resplendent, grand, impressive, superb, luxurious.

Spurious

False, counterfeit, shame, bogus, fake, mock, spacious.

Strange

Odd,queer,unusual,unfamiliar, unexpected, curious, anomalous.

Strife

Contention,rivalry,discord,dispute, conflict, disagreement,variance, argument.

Struggle

Fight,battle,strive,endeavour, grapple, wrestle, suffle.

Summit

Top, apex, peak, zenith, mountain, top, crown, climax.

Target

Aim,goal,object,mark, quarry.

Teach

Instruct,guide,train,educate, prepare.

Tedious

Dull, boring, wear some, monotonous, unexciting, uninteresting, mindless.

Timid

Coward, shy, diffident, timorous, scared, afraid, frightened, fearful.

Tremendous

Huge, colossal, stupendous, enormous, immense, vast.

Trust

Faith, belief, reliance, confidence, assurance, certainty.

Transient

Momentary, brief, passing, not lasting, temporary, short.

Understanding

Insight,perception,discernment,comprehension, grasp, grip, ken.

Unique

Singular,matchless,unprecedented, distinctive, special, especial.

Uphold

Approve, support, maintain, champion, protect, keep, validate, sustain.

Uproar

Tumult, hubbub, bedlam, compulsion, yearning.

Urge

Exhort, press, plead, solicit, indeterminate, inexact, rough.

Vague

Unclear,obscure,indefinite,indistinct, disperse, depart, leave.

Vanish

Disappear, fade out, dissolve, evaporate, exit, be lost.

Venture

Dare,risk,hazard,undertake,  offer, presume, proffer.

Vice

Wickedness, sin, frailty, degradation, wrongdoing, dissolution, badness.

Victory

Conquest, triumph, success, winning, gain, achievement, triumph.

Vigilant

Alert, wary, watchful, cautious, anxious, careful.

Vigour

Energy,stigma,force,vitality,vigor, power, ability. 

Waive

Lessen, decrease, diminish, fade, abandon, let go, give up, refuse.

Wicked

Evil, bad, cruel, heartless, corrupt, wrongful.

Wedlock

Marriage, wedding, matrimony, pledge, wedded bliss, coupling.

Wisdom

Learning, prudence, judgment, understanding, perception.

Withhold

Restrain, detain, hold back, suppress, stop, hide, swallow.

Wreck

Destruction, ruin,crash,collision, destruction, remains.

Wretched

Mean, miserable, unfortunate, deplorable, miserable, mourning.

Yearn

Pine, long, hanker, grieve, crave, languish. 

Yield

Submit, surrender, Relent, quit, note, allow, sanction, earning, harvest.

Zeal

Enthusiasm, eagerness, earnestness, passion, fervour.

Zenith

Summit, top, apex, peak, climax, optimum, crest.

 

 

 

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Most useful synonyms used in IELTS writing and speaking part-4

Most useful synonyms used in IELTS writing and speaking part-4

Most useful synonyms used in IELTS writing and speaking part-4

Most useful synonyms used in IELTS writing and speaking part-4

Most useful synonyms used in IELTS writing and speaking part-4



Most useful synonyms used in IELTS writing and speaking part-4

Most useful synonyms used in IELTS writing and speaking part-4

Most useful synonyms used in IELTS writing and speaking part-4

Most useful synonyms used in IELTS writing and speaking part-4

Most useful synonyms used in IELTS writing and speaking part-4

 

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