Pre-Reading Vocabulary for Naukar
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Naukarprotrudeverbto jut out from the surrounding surface or context
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Naukarjutverbto extend out, up, or forward
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Naukarvociferousadjectivemarked by or given to vehement insistent outcry
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Naukarsuccumbverbto yield to superior strength or force or overpowering appeal or desire OR to be brought to an end (such as death) by the effect of destructive or disruptive forces
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Naukarbombard verbto assail vigorously or persistently (as with questions)
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Naukarapprehensiveadjectiveviewing the future with anxiety or alarm
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Naukardecrepitadjectivefallen into ruin or disrepair
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Naukarhaunchesnoun (pl) hinquarters, "sitting on one's haunches" refers to a squatting position
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Naukarpique verbto excite or arouse especially by a provocation, challenge, or rebuff
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Naukardeflated (emotion) adjectivereduced (in sense of hope)
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Naukartransfixverbto make motionless
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Naukarnotoriousadjectivewidely yet unfavorably known
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Naukarbesiegeverbto press with requests
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Naukardishelevedadjectivedisorderly, unkempt
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Naukarbelligerentadjectiveaggressive, warlike, stubborn
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Naukarraucousadjectiverowdy; disorderly
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Naukarricketsnouna childhood disease due to vitamin D deficiency
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Naukarfawn overphrasal verbto give notice or attention to something or someone
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Naukarfastidiousadjectivehard to please, excessively demanding
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Naukarnuisance nounannoyance
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Naukarwillowyadjectivetall and slender
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Naukarreekverbto smell strongly and unpleasantly
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Naukarstreet urchin nouna mischevious child who lives in the street
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Naukarhiggeldy-piggeldyadjectiveconfused; in a disorderly manner
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Naukarsibilantadjectivehiss-like in sound
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Naukarleprousadjectiveaffected by leprosy, a skin disease
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Naukarlimpidadjectiveclear and calm
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Naukarsuperciliousadjectivehaughtily disdainful or contemptuous
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Naukarintelligentsianounintellectuals considered as a social class, particularly as a social elite
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