Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C)

 

Vocabulary Builder

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People C By: Ashin Damika

 

In Chatsifieds.com, We are not looking for perfectionism. We are not looking for perfect well-written articles free of any grammar, word and sentence errors.

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People C We value the courage to write. We help you overcome the fear of making mistakes. We help you to become a better writer.

All are welcome to submit here: Get Published Free. Make yourself heard and get noticed.

Fearless

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) | Vocabulary Builder

by | Jun 7, 2019 | English Vocabulary

Ashin Damika

Community Writer (Myanmar)

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People C Ashin Damika is a kind, caring and talented teacher from Myanmar. Ashin loves to share his knowledge with others. He also teaches at local monastery.

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People C BA : Law and literature


 Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People C


 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People C Authorship – 25

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People C Community Writer – 3

 

20 More posts from Ashin Damika, Check them out!

If anything is worth doing, do it with all your heart.

Buddha

This post is search engine optimized (SEO) for maximum exposure and for higher rankings.

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People C

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) | Vocabulary Builder

 

List of Jobs and Occupations: Learn Different Types of Jobs with Pictures

 

 

 

Thank you, Youtube – 7 ESL

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) | Vocabulary Builder

 

Learn English Through Vocabulary

 

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 1. A boy who carries the instruments used in playing golf = * caddie.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 2. A youth learning to be an officer in the army or the king’s warships =  * cadet.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 3. A judge among the Arabs or Turks =  * cadi.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 4. A man who has no courage = * catiff.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 5. Scottish = * caledonian.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 6. (A title given to) descendants of Mahomat = * Caliph.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 7.One who offers himself for an office= * candidate, (one who tries to be elected/one who sits for an examina- tion).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 8.One who feeds on human flesh = * cannibal, (one who eats human meat).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 9. One who tries to get votes for an election candidate = * canvasser; (canvass, canvas = 1. to examine care-fully / 2.to go from house to house asking people to buy, or to elect a person to the government // canvas, canvass = strong cloth used for ship’s sail, or tents,etc.).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 10.One who control large amo- unts of money = * capitalist; (capitslism = private ownership of business  / * socialism = public owner- ship of business).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 11. One who commands about 120 men in an army =  *captain; (the master of a ship/the leader of a group of players in a game).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 12. A company of travellers across the desert = * caravan; (a covered cart on wheel in which one can live).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 13. A high officer in the Rome=*cardinal,(chief,very impotant/a real col- our/cardinal numbers = 1,2,3,etc., the ordinals are 1st, 2nd, 3rd,etc ./  The cardinal points = north,south, east and west).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 14.(English) One who remains in charge of an empty building; (Am.) One who has charge of a building and keeps it clean, warm, etc. = * caretaker.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 15. One who works with a wood = * carpenter

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 16. The person in an office or shop who has charge of the money = * cashier; (to cashier = [an officer of the army], to send out of the army because of wrong-doing).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 17. A person who has come to land from a wrecked ship = * castaway.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 18. One who is killed or wounded in war or in an accident,etc.= * casualty; (casual = happening by accident;not planned;not regular; careless & rude in manner).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 19. One who studies questions of right & wrong = * casuist; (a person who reasons to prove his point rather than to prove the truth).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 20. A simple person used by a cleverer one to carry out a wrong act = * cat’s paw.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 21. A soldier on a horse  = * cavalier; (a follower of the king; a knight).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 22. Soldiers on horses = * cavalry.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 23. An officer who exam- ines books and pictures to prevent bad ones from being sold = * censor;(in war, one who reads all letters and newspapers so that secret plans may not become known to the enemy/to censor=to examine books, as above/censorious = quick to find fault).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 24.A person who is 100 years old= * centenarian.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 25. The captain of a hundred men = * centurian.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 26. One who has charge of a meeting = * chairman.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 27. A group of persons who make laws = * chamber; (a room / a hollow space / A chamber, A chamber-pot = a pot kept under the bed for use during the night).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 28. An officer in charge of the King’s palace = * chamber- lain.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 29. A woman who takes care of the sleep- ing room in a hotel,  lodging-house = * chamber- maid.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 30. One who defends or fights for some other person or for good cause / The best of all players at a certain game = * champion.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 31. The chief man in the government = * chancellor; (a special officer look after the king’s business / the highest judge of law / The head of a university).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 32. One who accompanies a young lady to public places =  * chaperon, (an older or unmarried person in charge of a young unmarried woman).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 33. A person in a book or play = * character; (a printed or written letter [A,B,C,etc.] or another mark / one’s nature as shown by one’s acts / adj. characteristic).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 34. One who pretends to know a great deal about everything = * charlatan, quack, mountebank; (a dishonest person who pretends to have know- ledge which he does not possess).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 35. A ser- vant who is employed by the hour or day to do house-cleaning = * char-woman; (char = to blacken in the fire).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 36. A person who talks a great deal = * chatterbox; (chatter = to talk quickly / foolish talk / to make a noise with the teeth when cold).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 37.The paid driver of a motor-car = * chauffeur.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 38.One who loves something (eg.his country) in a wild and unreasonable way, and has no respect for other countries = * chauvinist.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 39. One who studies chemistry = * chemist; (one who keep a shop for selling medicines).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 40. The head man of a large group = * chieftain; (chief = the most im- portant/the leader).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 41. A young son or daugh-ter = child, (a baby).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 42. A member of a group of singers in a church = * chorister.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 43.A group of singers = * chorus;(part of a song which is repeated-ed / Chorus of praise = every one praising some- thing).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 44. A good friend = * chum.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 45. Soldiers to guard (protect) a person = * bodyguard

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 45 .Per- sons chosen each year to help and advise the priest of a church = * churchwarden(s); (a very long pipe used for smoking).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 46.A bad-mann-ered fellow = * churl.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 47. A guide who shows the interesting parts of a building or city = * cicerone.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 48. One who lives in a city = * citizen; (one who has rights in a country).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 49. A person employed by government = * Civil Servant, (not a member of an army or navy[king’s war-ships] ).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 50. Any member of a country who is not a soldier = * civi- lian;(an officer of the government, not in the army).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 51.A person(said to be)able to see distant or future events — usually by looking into a glass ball = * clairvoyant.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 52. A family group = * clan, (a group of people related by blood or marriage).

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 53. The priests of a church, eg.of the church of England = * clergy.

 

Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People (C) 54. One who keeps accounts writes letters, etc  .in a business-house = * clerk..

 

55. One who gets advice, eg.from a doctor, lawyer, etc.= * client; (clientele = a group of clients).

 

56. A man who amuses people by acting in a foolish way = * clown.

 

57.One who works along with another = * coadjutor.

 

58.A person who dresses up a woman’s hair = * coiffeur, (a person who cuts, curls,etc., woman’s hair).

 

59. One who works with another in an office, school, etc. = * colleague.

 

60.One who brings coal from the ground = *Collier; (a ship for carrying coal/colliery = a place from which coal is obtained).

 

61. One who com-mands about 1,000 men in an army = * colonel.

 

62.An actor in light amusing part; a singer of amu-sing songs = * comedian.

 

63. A woman who acts in light amusing parts or sings amusing songs = * comedienne,

 

64. An officer in navy (=king’s war-ships) higher than a captain =  * com-modore.

 

65. One who has no title or rank as a nobleman = * commoner.

 

66. All the officers & men necessary for a ship = * complement; (that thing or the amount necessary to make up a whole).

 

67. One who sets up type(=metal letters from which books are printed =  * compositor.

 

68. A friend, a fellow-worker = * comrade.

 

69. A priest who hears others confess = * confessor; (confess = to tell one’s faults & wrong-doing; to tell one’s beliefs).

 

70. One who has a special skill in judging art, music, tastes,etc. = * connoisseur,(one who has a special taste in, and knowledge of
objects of art & beauty).

 

71. One who is compelled by law to serve as a soldier = * conscript; (one who is forced by law to become a soldier/n. conscription).

 

72. One who does not want any change in government = * conservative; (wishing to keep things as they are).

 

72. A member of a bureau-cracy; an officer who tries to center power in him-self = * bureaucrat; (bureaucracy = government by the paid officers of government rather than by persons elected by the people)

 

73. A policeman =  *constable; (constabulary = all the polices / adj. having to do with the police).

 

74. One living at the same time as another = * contemporary,(one who lives at the same time as another / A contem-porary account=the story of an event told by one who lived at that time).

 

75. An acrobat who bends his body into various shapes = * contor-tionist, (one who bends his (her) body into strange
shapes to amuse people / contort = to bend out of natural shape).

 

76. One who does rough work in India, China, etc.= * coolie.

 

77. One who makes barrel = * cooper; (barrel = a round wooden container with carved side/the long round pipe of a gun through which the shot passes / A barrel organ = a wind-instrument of music played by turning around a handle).

 

78. A member of a group elected by those already in the group = * co-opt (ed member).

 

79. A woman who amus-es herself by making men fall in love with her = * coquette.

 

80. An officer of the law who enqui-res into the cause of sudden death, fires, and judges the ownership of any money, gold, jewels,etc., found by accident,eg.hidden in the grown = * coroner.

 

82. One who sells fruit, plants,etc.on the street from a cart =* coster, cos-termonger.

 

83. One who makes and sells wo-man’s dress = * costumier.

 

84. One who is not of the town = * countryman, (one who is from the same country or nation).

 

85. A message sent in great haste  =* courier, (a runner who carries important messages/one who goes with travelers to help them and show them sights).

 

86. A person who attends at a king’s court = * courtier.

 

87. A child of the brother or sister of one’s parents = * cousin.

 

88. A child of one’s parent’s first cousin = * (second) cousin.

 

89. A man of no courage =  *coward.

 

90. A foolish fellow dressed in a foolish way = * coxcomb.

 

91. One who steers a boat = * coxswain, (coxswain, cockswain =t he per- son in command of steering[=guiding] a
small boat).

 

92. A thief who breaks into houses =*cracksman

 

93. A person with peculiar ideas, usually on one subject = * crank;(a handle used for turning a wheel/part of a machine which changes up & down movement into a circular movement).

 

94. A person born in the West Indies = * creole.

 

95.The men working together, eg.on a ship = * crew; (p.t of crow).

 

96. A person who catches men and puts them by force or tricks on the ship to serve as seamen = * crimp; (to put curves or curls into, eg.hair).

 

97.One whose body is not perfect, eg.with a useless arm or leg = * cripple; (to hurt and make useless).

 

98. One who judges works of art, or other work = * critic, (one who points out faults).

 

99. A very old woman = * crone.

 

100. An old friend, especially one with the same interests = * crony.

 

101. A person, (ani- mal or plant) come from parents of different races or kinds = * cross-bred.

 

102. A man who takes in and pays out the money at a game played for money = * croupier.

 

103. A large number of people = * crowd, (too many people in a small place / to crowd = to come together in large numbers / to press forward in numbers/to press in a small place).

 

104. Crowded gathering of guests = *(a) crush; (to crush = to press together and break with great force/to press out of shape, to press carelessly into fold [eg.a dress] as in done by care-less packing / to force the liquid out of [eg.fruit ]/ to make into powder / to beat an enemy complete-ly).

 

105. A wrong-doer = * culprit.

 

106. A pri-est who helps the priest in charge of a church = * curate.

 

107. One who has charge of — eg.a building — where objects of interest are kept = * curator.

 

108. A bad-tempered person,— usually old man = * curmudgeon.

 

109. One who cuts; person who cuts out (men’s) clothes = * cutter; (an instrument for cutting / a sailing boat).

 

110. One who sneers at the aim and beliefs of his fellow men = * cynic; (cynical = not believing in the goodness of people / always pointing out the bad/n.cynic).

 

111.The ruler of Russia before 1918 = Czer.

 

 

Get Published

Building your writing career? Get Noticed?

You write, we share and help you get your masterpiece noticed FREE. All Are Welcome to submit at. 

Join our social learning and sharing community

Quill With Ink icon and other icons are powered by Icons8. | The featured and other images are powered by Pixabay.

Pin It on Pinterest