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Theory:

Meanings of the difficult words from the lesson "A Letter to God":
 
Sl. No.
Words
Meanings
1
Valley
A low area of land between hills or mountains, typically with a river or stream flowing through it
2
CrestThe top of a mountain or hill
3
RipeHaving arrived at the fitting stage or time for a particular action or purpose
4
DownpourA heavy fall of rain
5
Shower
A brief and usually light fall of rain, hail, sleet, or snow
6
Intimately
In a way that involves detailed knowledge
7
SupperAn evening meal, typically a light or informal one
8
God willingUsed to express a wish or hope
9
CoinA flat disc or piece of metal with an official stamp, used as money
10
CentA monetary unit in various countries, equal to one hundredth of a dollar, euro, or other decimal currency unit
11
Regard
Gaze at steadily in a particular way
12
DrapeTo cover or wrap loosely with folds of cloth
13
CurtainA thick layer of something that makes it difficult to see anything behind it
14
HailstoneA small, hard ball of ice that falls from the sky like rain
15
Resemble
To look like or be like someone or something
16
Frozen
(Of liquid) turned into ice
17
PearlA small, shiny, hard ball, usually white or blue-gray, that forms around a grain of sand inside some oyster shells and is valued as a jewel; something that resembles a pearl
18
ExclaimTo say or shout something suddenly because of surprise, fear, pleasure, etc
19
PlagueAn unusually large number of insects or animals infesting a place and causing damage
20
Locust
A large, mainly tropical grasshopper with strong powers of flight. It is usually solitary, but from time to time there is a population explosion and it migrates in vast swarms which cause extensive damage to vegetation
21
Hail
Pellets of frozen rain which fall in showers from cumulonimbus clouds
22
Sorrowful
Feeling or showing grief
23
Solitary
(Of a place) secluded or isolated
24
InstructTo tell or order someone to do something, especially in a formal or official way
25
Conscience
A person's moral sense of right and wrong, viewed as acting as a guide to one's behaviour
26
An ox of a manA man who is very strong and hardworking (of physical nature)
27
DaybreakThe time in the morning when daylight first appears
28
Mail
A system for sending letters and packages from place to place
29
PesoThe basic monetary unit of several Latin American countries and of the Philippines
30
SowTo scatter seeds in or on the ground so that plants will grow
31
EnvelopeA flat paper container with a sealable flap, used to enclose a letter or document
32
Troubled
Showing distress or anxiety
33
Stamp
A small adhesive piece of paper stuck to something to show that an amount of money has been paid, in particular a postage stamp
34
Heartily
Enthusiastically, energetically, and often loudly
35
AmiableHaving or displaying a friendly and pleasant manner
36
Broke outStart suddenly
37
TappingThe action of striking against something with a quick light blow or blows, or a sound made in this way
38
CommentExpress an opinion or reaction in speech or writing
39
FaithComplete trust or confidence in someone or something
40
Correspondence
Communication by exchanging letters
41
Shake
To make something less certain, firm, or strong
42
EvidentEasily seen or understood
43
Hand
To pick something up and give it to someone
44
ContentmentA state of happiness and satisfaction
45
DeedAn action that is performed intentionally or consciously; a brave or noble act
46
OfficeA room or part of a building in which people work
47
DenyTo not allow someone to have or do something
48
WrinklingTo grimace and cause lines and folds on the face
49
BrowA person's forehead
50
Affix
To stick, attach, or fasten (something) to something else
51
Fist
A person's hand when the fingers are bent in towards the palm and held there tightly, typically in order to strike a blow or grasp something
52
Crook
A person who is dishonest or a criminal