English Vocabulary- List of Most Confusing Words and its Meanings Set-3

English Vocabulary- List of Most Confusing Words and its Meanings
English Vocabulary- List of Most Confusing Words and its Meanings Set-3:
The List of English Words that was often confused in the examination was given here, candidates those who are preparing for the Bank exams and all other competitive exams can use this.

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1.Council-Assembly
           Example: The issue was discussed in thecouncil.       
   Counsel-Advice
            Example: He did not listen to mycounsel.

2.Decry-belittle
            Example: Shedecried my success.         
   Descry-see dimly
            Example: Wedescried a ship far away.

3.Draft-Sketch of work
            Example: Look at thisdraft.
    Draught-Current of air
            Example: The candle was put out by thedraught.
  Drought-Scarcity
            Example: They little to eat during thedrought.

4.Economic– Related to economy
            Example: This is oureconomic policy.
    Economical-Thrifty
           Example: His mother is aneconomicalwoman.

5.Eminent– Notable
            Example: He is aneminent writer.
   Imminent-About to happen soon
            Example: War isimminent between the two countries.

6.Forgo– Go without
            Example: We had toforgo lunch.
   Forego– Go before
            Example: Please see theforegoing example.

7.Fetch– Go and bring
            Example: Could youfetch me an umbrella.
    Bring– come with
            Example:Bring your note book.

8.Historic-Memorable
            Example: It was a historic achievement.
   Historical-Related to history
            Example: We visited thehistorical place.

9.Human– of mankind
            Example: We are allhuman beings.
    Humane-Kind
            Example: We should behumane.

10.Hanged-Killed by hanging
            Example: The murderer washanged at dawn.
     Hung– Past tense of ‘hang’
            Example: Hehung his coat on the peg.
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