Civil Service Exam Vocabulary Week 9 – Set 2
This is the PCSR ninth vocabulary reviewer.
1.) Venerate – verb
Regard with feelings of respect and reverence; revere
After his beatification on March 2005, Pedro Calungsod is now venerated as a saint.
2.) Adumbrate – verb
To report or represent in an outline
The employees got excited after their supervisor adumbrated the
3.) Agglomerate – verb
A jumbled collection or mass; to pile or heap together
Nicole Hyala has an agglomeration of Hello Kitty stuff.
4.) Languid – adjective
Weak or faint from illness or fatigue; lacking spirit or liveliness
The heat makes me languid and dizzy.
5.) Votary – noun
One bound by vows to a religion or life of worship or service
A group of votaries organized a concert prayer.
6.) Terminus – noun
The final point or goal; end point
Taft Station is the terminus of MRT Line 1 when you’re from North Avenue.
7.) Somnolent – adjective
Sleepy; inclined to or marked by drowsiness
The piano sound had a somnolent effect to the baby.
8.) Valorous – adjective
Valiant; courageous; brave
Chief Angeles was promoted for his valorous action that prevented the robbery.
9.) Sumptuous – adjective
Splendid and expensive-looking; costly; lavish
“I’ll marry a prince someday and I will live in a huge palace!”, says the child after watching a fairy tale.
10.) Shriek – noun
Sharp piercing cry caused by agony or terror
The baby shriek as the nurse gave him a vaccination.