Thursday, 19 October 2017

What we miss at NUST

Oh! misery!
Hark! death is calling
While I speak to ye,
The jaw is falling,
The red cheek paling,
The strong limbs failing;
Ice with the warm blood mixing;
The eyeballs fixing.
Nine times goes the passing bell:
Ye merry souls, farewell.
The old earth
Had a birth,
As all men know,
Long ago.
And the old earth must die.
So let the warm winds range,
And the blue wave beat the shore;
For even and morn
Ye will never see
Thro' eternity.
All things were born.
Ye will come never more,
For all things must die.


Oh my GPA, you suck.
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Thursday, 14 September 2017

NUMS entry test MBBS BDS syllabus updated

NUMS PAPER PATTERN 



S/No
Subject


No of MCQs
1.
CHEMISTRY


45
2.
BIOLOGY


70
3.
PHYSICS


45
4.
ENGLISH


20




TOTAL 

180
  
             

CHEMISTRY Detail of Latest Syllabus

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
NUMS1.            Fundamental Concepts                      
a.        Masses of atoms and molecules
b.        Accurate relative atomic masses
c.        Amount of substance
d.        Mole calculations
e.        Chemical formulae and chemical equations
f.         Solutions and concentration
g.        Calculations involving gas volumes
2.            States of Matter                                    
a.        GASES

(1)           Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases
(2)           Gas Laws: Boyle’s Law, Charle’s Law, Avogadro’s  Law and gas equation  PV=nRT     and calculations involving gas laws
(3)           Deviation of real gases from ideal behavior
(4)           Causes of deviation from ideal behavior
(5)           Dalton’s law of partial pressure and its application
b.        LIQUIDS
(1)           Describe simple properties of liquids e.g. Diffusion, compression, expansion, motion of molecules, intermolecular forces and kinetic energy based on Kinetic Molecular Theory
(2)           Physical  properties of liquids-evaporation, vapor pressure, boiling point, viscosity and surface tension
(3)           Application of dipole-dipole forces, hydrogen bonding and London forces
(4)           Energetic of phase changes
c.        SOLIDS
(1)           Types of solids
(2)           Properties of crystalline solids
(3)           Crystal lattice
3.            ATOMIC STRUCTURE
a.        Discharge tube experiments
b.        Discovery of neutrons
c.        Discovery of nucleus
d.        Bohr’s atomic model and its application
e.        Plank’s Quantum Theory
f.         X-rays
g.        The Quantum numbers and orbitals 
h.        Electronic configuration
4.            CHEMICAL BONDING
a.        THEORIES OF COVALENT BONDING AND SHAPES OF              MOLECULES
(1)           Shapes of molecules
(2)           Theories of covalent bonding
(3)           Bond energy
(4)           Effect of bonding on the properties of compounds
5.            CHEMICAL ENERGETICS    
a.        ENTHALPY CHANGES
(1)           Enthalpy changes
(2)           Standard enthalpy changes
(3)           Measuring enthalpy changes
(4)           Hess’s law
(5)           Calculating enthalpy change of hydration of an anhydrous salt
(6)           Bond energies and enthalpy changes
(7)           Calculating enthalpy changes using bond energies
b.        LATTICE ENERGY 
(1)           Enthalpy change of atomization and electron affinity
(2)           Born Haber cycles
(3)           Factors affecting the value of lattice energy
(4)           Ion polarization
(5)           Enthalpy changes in a solution

6.            SOLUTIONS
a.        Solution and Colloids
(1)           General characteristics of solutions
(2)           Concentration units of solutions
(3)           Percentage composition
(4)           Molarity 
(5)           Molality    
(6)           Mole fraction
(7)           Parts of million
b.        Concept and application of colligative properties
(1)           Elevation of boiling point       
(2)           Depression of freezing point
(3)           Osmotic pressure
c.        Colloids
d.        Properties and types  of colloids
7.            ELECTROCHEMISTRY
a.        Oxidation-Reduction concepts
b.        Balancing redox equations by oxidation number change method
c.        Breaking a redox reaction into oxidation and reduction reactions
d.        Electrode, electrode potential and electrochemical series
e.        Types of electrochemical series
f.         Industrial process of the electrolysis of brine, using a diaphragm cell
8.            CHEMICAL EQUILLIBRIUM                          
a.        CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM
(1)           Reversible reaction and dynamic equilibrium
(2)           Factors effecting equilibrium
(3)           Le Chatelier’s principle and its industrial application
(4)           Solubility product and precipitation reactions
(5)           Common ion effect
b.        2-ACID,BASES AND SALTS
(1)           Acidic ,Basic and Amphoteric substances
(2)           Bronsted Lowery concepts  for acids and bases
(3)           Conjugate acid-base pairs
(4)           Strength of acids and bases
(5)           Lewis definition of acid and base
(6)           Buffer solutions and their applications
(7)           Salt hydrolysis
9.            REACTION KINETICS            
a.        REACTION KINETICS
(1)           Factors affecting reaction mechanisms
(2)           Rate of reaction
(3)           Rate equations
(4)           Order of reaction
(5)           Calculations involving rate constant
(6)           Deducing order of reaction from raw data
(7)           Kinetics and reaction mechanisms
(8)           Catalysis
b.        FURTHER ASPECTS OF EQUILLIBRIA
(1)           Ionic product of water, Kw 
(2)           pH calculations
(3)           Weak acids-using the acid disassociation constant , Ka
(4)           Indications and acid base titrations
(5)           Buffer solutions
(6)           Equilibrium and solubility
(7)           Partition coefficient Inorganic Chemistry 
1.            s AND p BlOCK ELEMENTS:
a.        Physical properties of elements of period 3 and periodicity in the following properties of elements
(1)         atomic radius
(2)         Ionic radius
(3)         Melting point
(4)         Boiling point
(5)         Electrical conductivity
(6)         Ionization energy
2.            d AND f BlOCK ELEMENTS:
a.        Introduction
b.        General features
c.        Coordination compounds
d.        Chemistry of transition elements of 3-d series with reference to
(1)         Electronic configuration
(2)         Variable oxidation state
(3)         Use as a catalyst
(4)         Colour of transition metal complexes
3.            ELEMENTS OF BIOLOGICAL IMPORTANCE       
a.        Nitrogen and Sulfur
(1)         Nitrogen gas
(2)         Ammonia and ammonia compounds
(3)         Uses of ammonia and ammonium compounds
(4)         Sulfur and its oxides
(5)         Sulfuric acid
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
1.            INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY       
a.         Representing organic molecules
b.         Functional groups
c.          Naming organic compounds
d.         Bonding in organic molecules
e.         Structural isomerism
f.           Sterioisomerism 
g.         Organic reactions-mechanisms
h.         Types of organic reactions
2.            HYDROCARBONS
a.         Types of Hydrocarbons
b.         Alkanes and Cycloalkanes 
c.          Radical substitution reactions
d.         Oxidation and reduction of organic compounds
e.         Alkenes
f.           Alkynes
g.         Benzene and subsituted benzenes
h.         Molecular orbital treatment of Benzene
3.            ALKYLHALIDES
a.         Classification of alkyl halides
b.         Organo -metallic compounds(Grignard’s reagent)
4.            ALCOHOL,PHENOL  AND ETHERS
a.         Nomenclature ,structure and acidity of alcohols
b.         Preparation of alcohols by reduction of aldehydes 
c.          Reactivity of alcohols
d.         Chemistry of alcohols by preparation of ethers and esters oxidative cleavage of 1,2-diols
e.         Nomenclature ,structure and acidity of  phenols
f.           Preparation of phenols from benzene, sulphonic acid, cholorobenzene, acidic oxidation of cumene and hydrolysis of diamzonium salts
g.         Reactivity of phenols and their chemistry by electrophonic aromatic subsitution, reaction with Na metal and oxidation
5.            CARBONYL COMPOUNDS
a.         Aldehyde and ketones                          
b.         Preparation of aldehyde and ketones 
c.          Reduction of aldehyde and ketones 
d.         Nucleophilic addition with HCN
e.         Testing for aldehyde and ketones 
f.           Reaction to form Tri- iodomethane 
g.         Infra red spectroscopy
6.            ORGANIC NITROGEN COMPOUNDS        
a.         Amines
b.         Formation of amines
c.          Amino acids
d.         Peptides
e.         Reaction of the amides
f.           Electrophoresis
7.            CARBOXYLIC ACIDS
a.         Preparation of carboxylic acids by Grignard’s reagent, hydrolysis of nitrites, oxidation of primary alcohols
b.         Reactivity of carboxylic acid
c.          Chemistry of carboxylic acid by conversion to acyl halides, acid anhydrides, esters and amides
d.         Reactions of carboxylic acid derivatives
8.            BIOCHEMISTRY
a.         Carbohydrates
b.         Proteins
c.          Enzymes
d.         Lipids
9.            ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY
a.         Chemistry of Troposphere
b.         Acid rain
c.          Green house effect and global warming
d.         Water pollution and water treatment
TABLE OF SPECIFICATION 

(CHEMISTRY)

   S / No  
                    TOPIC  
MCQs

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY  

1.
Fundamental concepts 
01
2.
States of matter 
02
3.
Atomic structure 
02
4.
Chemical bonding
02
5.
Chemical energetics 
02
6.
Solutions
02
7.
Electrochemistry
02
8.
Chemical equilibrium
02
9.
Reaction kinetics
02

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

1. 
 s  and  p Block elements       
02 
2. 
d and f block elements
02 
3. 
Elements of Biological Importance 
02 

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 

1.
Fundamental  Principles 
02
2.
Hydrocarbons 
02
3.
Alkyl Halides
02
4.
Alcohols and Phenols
02
5.
Aldehydes and Ketones 
03
6.
Organic nitrogen compounds 
03
7.
Carboxylic Acid
03
8.
Biochemistry 
03
9.
Environmental Chemistry
02

                                TOTAL 
45 

BIOLOGY Detail of Syllabus  

NUMS
1.            CELL BIOLOGY          
a.        Cell Structure
(1)            Why cells?
(2)            Cell biology and microscopy
(3)            Animal and plant cells have features in common
(4)            Differences between animal and plant cells
(5)            Units of measurement in cell studies
(6)            Electron microscopy
(7)            Ultra structure of an animal cell
(8)            Ultra structure of a plant cell
(9)            Two fundamentally different types of cells
b.        THE MITOTIC CELL CYCLE
(1)            Chromosomes
(2)            Mitosis
(3)            Significance f telomeres.
(4)            Stem cells
(5)            cancer
2.            CELL MEMBRANES AND TRANSPORT  
a.        Phospholoipids 
b.        Structure of membranes
c.        Cell signaling
d.        Movement of substances into and out cells
3.            BIOLOGICAL MOLECULES
a.        Biological molecules in protoplasms 
b.        Importance of water
c.        Carbohydrates
d.        Proteins
e.        Lipids
f.         Nucleic acids
g.        Conjugated molecules
4.            MICROBIOLOGY         
a.        ACELLULAR  LIFE
(1)            Parasitic nature of virus
(2)            Life cycle of bacteriophage 
(3)            Life cycle of Human Immunodeficiency Virus(HIV)
(4)            Viral disease 
(5)            Prions and viroids 
b.        PROKARYOTES 
(1)            Taxonomy of prokaryotes
(2)            Archaea 
(3)            Bacteria: Ecology and Diversity
(4)            Structure ,shape and size of bacteria
(5)            Modes of nutrition in bacteria
(6)            Growth and reproduction in bacteria
(7)            The bacterial flora of humans
(8)            Control Of harmful bacteria
c.        PROTISTS AND FUNGI 
(1)            Protists-The evolutionary relationships 
(2)            Major groups of protists 
(3)            General characteristics of fungi
(4)            Diversity among fungi
(5)            Importance of fungi
5.            KINGDOM ANIMALIA
a.        DIVERSITY AMONG ANIMALS 
(1)            Characteristics of animals
(2)            Criteria for animal classification
(3)            Diversity in animals
6.            HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY          
a.        DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 
(1)            Anatomy of digestive system
(2)            Oral cavity
(3)            Stomach
(4)            Small intestine
(5)            Large intestine
b.        RESPIRATORY  SYSTEM 
(1)           Respiratory system of man
(2)           Air passage way and lungs
(3)           Mechanism of breathing
(4)           Respiratory volumes
(5)           Transport of gases
(6)           Respiratory disorders(sinusitis ,otitis media)
c.        EXCRETION AND OSMOREGULATION 
(1)           Homeostasis
(2)           Excretory system of man
(3)           Structure and function of kidney
(4)           Disorders of urinary tract
(5)           Kidney stones(causes and treatment)
(6)           Kidney failure(causes and treatment)
(7)           Dialysis mechanism and problems
(8)           Kidney transplant,  process and problems
d.        NERVOUS  SYSTEM
(1)           Nervous system  of  man, basic organization  and its types
(2)           Steps involved in nervous coordination
(3)           Neurons (structure and type)
(4)           Nerve impulse
(5)           Transmission of action potentials between cells-synapse
(6)           Sensory Receptors and their working (Receptors for Smell, Taste, Touch and Pain etc.)
(7)           Effect of drugs on nervous coordination (Heroine, Nicotine, Caffeine,
Alcohol and inhalants-nail polish remover and glue) Disorders of Nervous system
(8)           Parkinson’s disease, Alzehmer’s disease, Epilepsy
e.        REPRODUCTION
(1)           Reproductive system of man
(2)           Male reproductive system and its hormonal regulation
(3)           Female reproductive system and its hormonal regulation
(4)           Disorders of reproductive system(Infertility, Imbalance of Male sex hormones) 
(5)           Sexually transmitted diseases(Syphilis, Gonorrhea, AIDS)
f.         SUPPORT AND  MOVEMENT
(1)           Human skeleton (Axial skeleton, Appendicular skeleton, Types of joints)
(2)           Disorders of skeleton(Disc slip, Spondylosis, Sciatica, Arthritis, Bone fractures)
(3)           Muscles(Smooth muscle, Cardiac muscle and Skeletal muscle)
(4)           Muscle contraction-Sliding filament model
g.        HORMONAL CONTROL
(1)           Hormones
(2)           Endocrine system of Man (Glands with location, secreations and imbalance)
(3)           Pituitary Gland and Role of Hypothalamus
(4)           Thyroid, Parathyroid, Pancreas, Adrenal, Gonads, Other    Endocrine tissues/cells
(5)           Feedback mechanism
h.        IMMUNITY
(1)           First line of Defence 
(2)           Second line of Defence 
(3)           The non-specific Defenses
(4)           Third line of Defence 
(5)           The Specific Defences
7.            INFECTIOUS DISEASES      
a.        Worldwide importance of infectious diseases
b.        Cholera
c.        Malaria
d.        Acquired immune deficiency syndrome(AIDS)
e.        Tuberculosis
f.         Measles
g.        Antibiotics

8.            BIOENERGETICS       
a.        ENERGY AND RESPIRATION
(1)             The need for energy in living organisms
(2)             Work
(3)             ATP
(4)             Respiration
(5)             Respiration without oxygen
(6)             Respiratory substrates
(7)             Adaptations of rice for wet environments
b.        ENERGY AND RESPIRATION
(1)             The need for energy in living organisms
(2)             Work
(3)             ATP
(4)             Respiration
(5)             Respiration without oxygen
(6)             Respiratory substrates
(7)             Adaptations of rice for wet environments
9.            BIOTECHNOLOGY
a.        Gene Cloning (Recombinant  DNA Technology and Polymerase Chain
Reaction)
b.        DNA  Sequencing
c.        DNA  Analysis
d.        Genome Maps
e.        Tissue culture
f.         Trangenic Bacteria, Plants and Animals
g.        Biotechnology and Health care
h.        Scope and importance of Biotechnology
10.         ECOSYSTEM
a.        MAN AND HIS ENVIRONMENT
(1)             Biogeochemical cycles(Water cycle,  Nitrogen cycle)
(2)             The flow of Energy(Productivity, Trophic levels)
(3)             Ecological Succession
(4)             Population Dynamics
(5)             Human impacts on his environment
(6)             Nuclear Power ,CO2  and Global Warming, Acid Rain, Ozone Depletion, common pollution sources
(7)             Environmental Resources and their DepletioB 
11.         EVOLUTION AND GENETICS          
a.        EVOLUTION
(1)             The concept and evidence of Evolution
(2)             Lamarckism
(3)             Darwinism
(4)             Neo-Darwinism
b.        CHROMOSOME AND DNA
(1)             Chromosomal theory of inheritance 
(2)             DNA  as Heriditery material
(3)             DNA Replication
(4)             Mechanism of DNA Replication
(5)             Gene Expression 
(6)             Genetic Code
(7)             Transcription
(8)             Translation
(9)             Regulating Gene Expression
(10)          Mutations
(11)          (Chromosomal mutations ,Gene mutations)
c.        INHERITANCE
(1)             Law of Independent Assortment
(2)             Probabilities
(3)             Incomplete Dominance, Multiple Alleles, Co-dominance
(4)             ABO Blood Group system
(5)             Rh Blood Group System
(6)             Polygenic Inheritance and Epistasis 
(7)             Gene linkage and crossing over
(8)             Sex determination 
(9)             Sex linkage
(10)          X-linked disorders—Colour Blindness, Hemophilia, Muscular Dystophy 

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION 

(BIOLOGY)

S/No
TOPIC



MCQs
1.
Cell Biology 



08
2.
Cell membrane and transport 



03
3.
Biological molecules 



10
4.
Microbiology



05
5.
Kingdom Animalia 



05
6.
Human Physiology 



20
7.
Infectious diseases



03
8.
Bioenergetics



04
9.
Biotechnology



04
10.
Ecosystem



04
11.
Evolution and Genetics 



04




Total
70


DETAIL OF SYLLABUS

PHYSICS

1.            PHYSICAL QUANTITIES AND UNITS
a.          MEASUREMENTS        
(1)           Introduction to Physics
(2)           International system of units
(3)           Base quantities and their units
Mass(kg),length(m),time(t),current(A),temperature(K),luminous intensity(cd)and amount of substance (mol)
2.            FORCES
a.          MOTION AND FORCE
(1)           Displacement
(2)           Velocity
(3)           Acceleration
(4)           Velocity-time graph
(5)           Newton’s Laws of Motion
(6)           Momentum
(7)           Impulse
(8)           Law of conservation of momentum
3.            FLUID-DYNAMICS
a.          Viscous drag and Stoke’s Law
b.          Fluid flow
c.          Equation of continuity
d.          Bernoulli’s equation
e.          Application of Bernoulli’s equation
4.            LIGHT     
a.          PHYSICAL OPTICS
(1)           Interference of light
(2)           Young’s Double-Slit experiment
(3)           Diffraction of light
(4)           Diffraction grating
(5)           Diffraction of x-rays by crystals and its use
(6)           Polarization
b.          OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS
(1)           Least distance of distinct vision
(2)           Magnifying power and resolving power of optical instruments
(3)           Simple microscope
(4)           Compound microscope
(5)           Speed of light
(6)           Principles of fibre optic ,types and its application
5.            WAVES             
a.          WAVES 
(1)           Describing Waves
(2)           Longitudinal and transverse waves
(3)           Wave energy
(4)           Wave speed
(5)           The Doppler effect
(6)           Electromagnetic waves
(7)           Electromagnetic radiation
(8)           Orders of magnitude
(9)           The nature of electromagnetic waves 
b.          STATIONARY WAVES
(1)           Free moving to stationary
(2)           Nodes and antinodes
(3)           Formation of stationary waves
(4)           Determining the wavelength and speed of sound
6.            RADIOACTIVITY          
a.          Looking inside the atom
b.          Alpha particles scattering and the nucleus
c.          A simple model of atom
d.          Nucleons and electrons
e.          Forces in the nucleus
f.           Fundamental particles
g.          Discovering radioactivity
h.          Radiation from radioactive substances
i.            Discovering neutrinos
j.            Fundamental families
k.          Fundamental forces
l.            Properties of ionising radiations
7.            DEFORMATION OF SOLIDS
a.          PHYSICS OF SOLIDS
(1)           Deformation caused by a force that is in one dimension
(2)           Tensile / compressive deformation
(3)           Stress 
(4)           Stain young ,s modulus and Bulk modulus
(5)           Energy stored in deformed material
8.            IDEAL GASES             
a.          Particles of gases
b.          Explaining pressure
c.          Measuring gases
d.          Boyle’s law
e.          Changing temperature
f.           Ideal gas equation
g.          Modelling  gases-the kinetic model
h.          Temperature and molecular kinetic energy
9.            HEAT AND THERMODYNAMICS
a.          First Law of thermodynamics
b.          Heat engine
c.          Second law of thermodynamics
d.          Internal energy
e.          Thermodynamic scale of temperature
f.           Petrol engine
g.          Entropy
h.          Environmental  crisis as entropy crisis
10.         ELECTRONICS
a.          Logic gates
(6)             OR gate
(7)             AND gate
(8)             NOT gate
(9)             NOR gate
(10)          NAND  gate
b.          Oscilloloscope- basic principle and its use
11.         CURRENT ELECTRICITY
a.          Ohm’s Law
b.          Solve problems V=IR
c.          Combination of resistors
d.          Capacitor
e.          Combinations of capacitors
12.         MAGNETISM AND ELECTROMAGNETISM
a.          Magnetic field  due to current in 
(1)           Straight wire
(2)           Solenoid
b.          magnetic resonance imaging
13.         NUCLEAR PHYSICS
a.          Energy released in radioactive decay
b.          Radioisotopes and their biological use
c.          Nuclear radiation detectors
d.          GM Tube
e.          Wilson cloud chamber
f.           Radiation hazards and biological effect of radiation.
14.         MEDICAL IMAGING                
a.          The nature of production of x-rays
b.          X ray  attenuation
c.          Improving x ray images
d.          Computed axial tomography
e.          Using ultrasound in medicine
f.           Echo sounding
g.          Ultrasound scanning
h.          Magnetic resonance imaging


TABLE OF SPECIFICATION

PHYSICS

S/No 
TOPIC 
MCQs
1.
Physical quantities and units 
02
2.
Forces
03
3.
Fluid dynamics 
03
4.
Light
05
5.
Waves
05
6.
Radioactivity
01
7.
Deformation of solids 
02
8.
Ideal gases 
03
9.
Heat and thermodynamics 
03
10.
Electronics
03
11.
Current electricity 
03
12.
Magnetism and electromagnetism 
04
13.
Medical imaging 
04
14.
Nuclear Physics 
04

                                                              Total 
45


    
ENGLISH
STRUCTURE OF THE SYLLABUS (2016) F.Sc. and Non-F.Sc.
 The English section shall consist of four parts:

Part I:

        It will be comprised of Four Questions in which the candidate will have to select the appropriate/suitable word from the given alternatives. Part II:

        It will contain sentences with grammatical errors and the candidate will have to identify the error. There will be Six Questions from this part. Part III:

        There will be Ten Questions consisting of a list of four sentences each. The candidate will have to choose the grammatically correct sentence out of the given four options.
Part IV:

        In this part, the candidate will be asked to choose the right synonyms. Four options will be given and He/ She will have to choose the most appropriate one. There will be Ten Questions from this part.


Essential Word Power


1.  
Acupuncture
























2.  
Aneurysm
























3.  
Allay
4.  
Aberration
5.  
Angina
6.  
Altruistic
7.  
Abnegate
8.  
Anomaly
9.  
Ambulatory
10.  
Absolution
11.  
Anomie
12.  
Ameliorate
13.  
Abstruse
14.  
Antagonist
15.  
Amenities
16.  
Acclimate
17.  
Antibody
18.  
Aneurysm
19.  
Accolade
20.  
Apprehension
21.  
Angina
22.  
Accrue
23.  
Aquaplane
24.  
Anomaly
25.  
Acquiesce
26.  
Aquifer
27.  
Anomie
28.  
Actuary
29.  
Arbiter
30.  
Antagonist
31.  
Acumen
32.  
Arboreal
33.  
Antibody
34.  
Adamantine
35.  
Arcane
36.  
Apprehension
37.  
Addled
38.  
Archives
39.  
Aquaplane
40.  
Admonition
41.  
Articulated
42.  
Aquifer
43.  
Adroitness
44.  
Artifice
45.  
Arbiter
46.  
Affect
47.  
Ascetic
48.  
Arboreal
49.  
Affinity
50.  
Aspersion
51.  
Arcane
52.  
Akimbo
53.  
Assimilate
54.  
Archives
55.  
Alacrity
56.  
Assume
57.  
Atrophy
58.  
Attire
59.  
Audacious
60.  
August
61.  
Auspicious
62.  
Assume
63.  
Atrophy
64.  
Audacious
65.  
August
66.  
Amorphous
67.  
Amorphous
68.  
Analogue
69.  
Anaphylactic
70.  
Analogue
71.  
Assume
72.  
Atrophy

73.  
Avid















































74.  
Attire















































75.  
Audacious
76.  
Attire
77.  
August
78.  
Articulated
79.  
Botanicals
80.  
Brambles 
81.  
Bowdlerize
82.  
Braille
83.  
Bouquet
84.  
Brassy
85.  
Brio
86.  
Broach
87.  
Broadside
88.  
Bacchanal
89.  
Balk
90.  
Bray
91.  
Contusion
92.  
Corollary
93.  
Cachet
94.  
Coquetry
95.  
Corpuscle
96.  
Caesarean
97.  
Cordial
98.  
Corollary
99.  
Caliph
100.
Cordiality
101.
Corpuscle
102.
Calisthenics
103.
Corked
104.
Corroborating
105.
Camber
106.
Coquetry
107.
Cosset
108.
Cameo
109.
Covert
110.
Coterie
111.
Capital
112.
Coveted
113.
Crass
114.
Cachet
115.
Carapace
116.
Cast
117.
Craven
118.
Cardigan
119.
Catalyst
120.
Crescent
121.
Career
122.
Catharsis
123.
Criterion
124.
Caricature
125.
Caulk
126.
Cue
127.
Cartographer
128.
Centennial
129.
Cygnet
130.
Carapace
131.
Chastise
132.
Craven
133.
Chiaroscuro
134.
Chutzpah
135.
Close
136.
Chimerical
137.
Clamorous
138.
Coast
139.
Chivalry
140.
Claret
141.
Cobble
142.
Chromosome
143.
Classic
144.
Coccyx
145.
Churn
146.
Classical
147.
Coercive
148.
Chiaroscuro
149.
Clement
150.
Close
151.
Chimerical
152.
Chutzpah
153.
Coast
154.
Collage
155.
Compact
156.
Condone
157.
Comatose
158.
Compatible
159.
Confiscatory
160.
Comely
161.
Complacent
162.
Confound
163.
Commiserate
164.
Concerted
165.
Congeal.
166.
Commute
167.
Conciliatory
168.
Congruent
169.
Contemporary
170.
Contrive
171.
Cynical
172.
Contiguous
173.
Contravention
174.
Dulcet
175.
Denomination
176.
Dale
177.
Downy
178.
Desiccate
179.
Dam
180.
Dunce
181.
Deuce
182.
Dappled
183.
Droll
184.
Devious
185.
Dark horse
186.
Duplicitous
187.
Decelerate
188.
Deadhead
189.
Debility
190.
Decorum
191.
Deferential
192.
Debunk
193.
Decry
194.
Deferment
195.
Debut
196.
Demographics
197.
Delegate
198.
Decant
199.
Demure
200.
Discombobulate
201.
Disingenuous
202.
Dexter
203.
Discourse
204.
Dissension
205.
Diffidence
206.
Discrepancy
207.
Dissent
208.
Diffident
209.
Discretion
210.
Dissenter
211.
Diligence
212.
Disdain
213.
Dissonance

214.
Divagate















































215.
Diligent















































216.
Dote
217.
Divulge
218.
Docent
219.
Effect
220.
Elucidate
221.
Emblazon
222.
Effervescent
223.
Elusive
224.
Emblematic
225.
Electrolytes
226.
Embed
227.
Emboss
228.
Emulate
229.
Embedded
230.
Emit
231.
Encumber
232.
Ennui
233.
Empathy
234.
Encyclical
235.
Epicenter
236.
Ergometer
237.
Enhance
238.
Equipoise
239.
Eschew
240.
Euphonious
241.
Equivocate
242.
Espalier
243.
Evanescent
244.
Excavate
245.
Ethic
246.
Evasive
247.
Execrable
248.
Exonerate
249.
Evocative
250.
Exhortation
251.
Exploitation
252.
Extrapolate
253.
Extrinsic
254.
Extemporaneous
255.
Extricate
256.
Fabricate
257.
Fawning
258.
Felicity
259.
Facile
260.
Feasible
261.
Feral
262.
Facilitate
263.
Feckless
264.
Fermentation
265.
Fateful
266.
Felicitous
267.
Fiesta
268.
Florid
269.
Flaun
270.
Figment
271.
Fop
272.
Flux
273.
Filigree
274.
Finagle
275.
Forswear
276.
Frowsy
277.
Gable
278.
Gaudy
279.
Glaucoma
280.
Galvanize
281.
Genocide
282.
Glaze
283.
Gambit
284.
Gesticulate
285.
Glib
286.
Garnish
287.
Gild
288.
Glucose
289.
Gradient
290.
Guileless
291.
Gull
292.
Grapevine
293.
Guise
294.
Guru
295.
Hackles
296.
Gridlock
297.
Green
298.
Hail
299.
Hawk
300.
Herculean
301.
Hammer and tongs
302.
Hector
303.
Hermetic
304.
Harangue
305.
Heinous
306.
Heterogeneous
307.
Hiatus
308.
Herbicide
309.
Hypertension
310.
Holistic- medicine
311.
Horse latitudes
312.
Hypothermia
313.
Homeopathy
314.
Hue and cry
315.
Hydra
316.
Hone
317.
Humane
318.
Importune
319.
Imprecation
320.
Impute
321.
Incisive
322.
Impregnable
323.
Incarnate
324.
Inculcate
325.
Improvise
326.
Incentive
327.
Indigent
328.
Inertia
329.
Infidel
330.
Ineradicable
331.
Infallible
332.
Infusion
333.
Innovate
334.
Inscrutable
335.
Inherent
336.
Inoculate
337.
Inter
338.
Innocuous
339.
Inordinate
340.
Intransigent
341.
Itinerant
342.
Inquisition
343.
Intrinsic
344.
Isotroplc
345.
Irrefutable
346.
Idealist
347.
Immobilize
348.
Impetuous
349.
Ilk
350.
Immolate
351.
Impetus
352.
Illicit
353.
Impediment
354.
Impinge

355.
Imam















































356.
Impending















































357.
Implacable
358.
Jackknife
359.
Jihad
360.
Judicious
361.
Jaded
362.
Jingoism
363.
Juncture
364.
Jargon
365.
Jitney
366.
Junket
367.
Jell
368.
Jocular
369.
Junta
370.
Jeopardy
371.
Jocund
372.
Justify
373.
Jettison
374.
Journeyman
375.
Juxtapose
376.
Jig
377.
Jubilee
378.
Judicial
379.
Ken
380.
Kismet
381.
Kiln
382.
Laud
383.
Litter
384.
Lissome
385.
Lee
386.
Liturgy
387.
Lipid
388.
Lemming
389.
Lucidity
390.
Lion's share
391.
Lacerating
392.
Lapidary
393.
Lathe
394.
Laconic
395.
Largess
396.
Latent
397.
Lampoon
398.
Ligament
399.
Lulu
400.
Macrame
401.
Matriculation
402.
Lineage
403.
Magnanimous
404.
Mausoleum
405.
Meritorious
406.
Magnum
407.
Maverick
408.
Mesa
409.
Malevolence
410.
Mean
411.
Mesmerize
412.
Maneuver
413.
Medley
414.
Metabolism
415.
Manicured
416.
Menial
417.
Microcosm
418.
Manifestation
419.
Mentor
420.
Militate
421.
Misanthropy
422.
Moot
423.
Mirth
424.
Misapprehension
425.
Morass
426.
Motif
427.
Mitigation
428.
Moratorium
429.
Motley
430.
Modish
431.
Mordant
432.
Mountebank
433.
Monolithic
434.
Mosaic
435.
Mumbo jumbo
436.
Monotheism
437.
Mosey
438.
Murky
439.
Myriad
440.
Mote
441.
Muse
442.
Macrame
443.
Nary
444.
Must
445.
Nip and tuck
446.
Nexus
447.
Nike
448.
Nuance
449.
Niche
450.
Nuclear family
451.
Obeisance
452.
Odometer
453.
Opportune
454.
Obliterate
455.
Onerous
456.
Optimum
457.
Obsequious
458.
Onslaught
459.
Orb
460.
Obstreperous
461.
Onyx
462.
Orthodox
463.
Obtuse
464.
Opaque
465.
Overdraft
466.
Platonic
467.
Portray
468.
Précis
469.
Pollex
470.
Postulate
471.
Preclude
472.
Pomp
473.
Potable
474.
Precursor
475.
Portmanteau
476.
Potpourri
477.
Predatory
478.
Platonic
479.
Precipitate
480.
Pre-emptive
481.
Pad
482.
Premise
483.
Primal
484.
Paddy
485.
Premonition
486.
Privation
487.
Palatable
488.
Preplate
489.
Procure
490.
Palaver
491.
Prevail
492.
Prodigious
493.
Palazzo
494.
Prevalent
495.
Prolific

496.
Palpitation















































497.
Prig















































498.
Proponent
499.
Pampas
500.
Parcel
501.
Proscription
502.
Pan
503.
Pare
504.
Provender
505.
Peerless
506.
Parlous
507.
Provident
508.
Pending
509.
Paroxysm
510.
Provocative
511.
Peninsula
512.
Pathos
513.
Prowess
514.
Perfidious
515.
Patisserie
516.
Prune
517.
Perfunctory
518.
Pedestrian
519.
Purchase
520.
Perimeter
521.
Permutation
522.
Phlegmatic
523.
Peripheral
524.
Peroration
525.
Piety
526.
Periphery
527.
Perpetuate
528.
Pilaster
529.
Permeate
530.
Perseverance
531.
Placate
532.
Putrid
533.
Perspicacious
534.
Plague
535.
Quadriceps
536.
Queue
537.
Quarter
538.
Quagmire
539.
Quorum
540.
Queasy
541.
Querulous
542.
Remedial
543.
Riff
544.
Robust
545.
Renovate
546.
Ruddy
547.
Roil
548.
Repute
549.
Rue
550.
Roster
551.
Resonance
552.
Ruminant
553.
Resuscitate
554.
Resound
555.
Restitution
556.
Retrench
557.
Radiant
558.
Reclamation
559.
Red herring
560.
Rakish
561.
Reclusive
562.
Redolent
563.
Rapacious
564.
Reconnoitre
565.
Regime
566.
Rapport
567.
Rectify
568.
Regnant
569.
Raze
570.
Recapitulate
571.
Relegate
572.
Reactionary
573.
Reciprocal
574.
Relief
575.
Satire
576.
Scuttle
577.
Sagacity
578.
Scam
579.
Sear
580.
Sampler
581.
Sceptic
582.
Sec
583.
Sanatorium
584.
Sciatica
585.
Sedate
586.
Sanctity
587.
Score
588.
Sediment
589.
Sandbagger
590.
Scorned
591.
Segment
592.
Sanguine
593.
Scruple
594.
Seminary
595.
Sarong
596.
Scrutinize
597.
Sensibility
598.
Satiate
599.
Septic
600.
Surplice
601.
Squa

nder
602.
Shrapnel
603.
Surrealism
604.
Stalwart
605.
Sidle
606.
Surrealistic
607.
Stanch
608.
Siesta
609.
Swivel
610.
Staples
611.
Silhouette
612.
Sycophantic
613.
Static
614.
Singe
615.
Symbiosis
616.
Stay
617.
Splotch
618.
Superficial
619.
S

tentorian
620.
Spurious
621.
Superfluous
622.
Steppe
623.
Stimuli
624.
Supposition
625.
Sticky wicket
626.
Stipulate
627.
Subdivision
628.
Stilted
629.
Stoicism
630.
Succumb
631.
Stratagem
632.
Tank
633.
Tariff
634.
Taboo
635.
Tactile
636.
Venomous
637.
Verve









638.
Vascular









639.
Ventricle
640.
Viability
641.
Vegetate
642.
Veracity
643.
Vintage
644.
Vendetta
645.
Vertex
646.
Virago
647.
Veneer
648.
Voracious
649.
Virulent
650.
Venerable
651.
Vortex
652.
Voracious
653.
Vista
654.
Vulcanize
655.
Venality
656.
Vociferous
657.
Wan
658.
Wry
659.
Woof
660.
Wheedle
661.
Xenophobic
662.
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