50 New English Words With Meaning and Sentences

In order to keep up with the ever-changing language, new words are added to the English dictionary every year. Here is a list of 50 new English words with their meanings and example sentences. Learning these words will make you more fluent and literate in English.

50 New English Words

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1- Abolish: formally put an end to

They were able to abolish the law with a two-thirds majority vote.

2- Abridge: shorten or reduce in length

The novel was abridged for students so that they could read it in class.

3- Accessible: easy to obtain or reach

After the hurricane, many people were left without accessible drinking water.

4- Advocate: speak or write in favor of

She is an advocate for women’s rights and often speaks at rallies.

5- Alloy: a mixture of two or more metals

Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc.

6- Amplify: make larger or louder

The new sound system will amplify the music so that everyone can hear it.

7- Apparent: clearly visible or understood

It was apparent to everyone that she was lying.

8- Assert: state or claim confidently

He asserted that he was innocent of all charges.

9- Attribute: something that is a part of someone or something

Kindness is one of her most admirable attributes.

10- Censor: remove anything considered offensive

The government censors the media so that the public does not see violence.

11- Collapse: fall down suddenly

The roof of the old building collapsed after years of disrepair.

12- Compile: gather together information from various sources

They compiled a list of all the books they needed for their classes.

13- Concede: admit that something is true

The opposing team conceded defeat after the game was over.

14- Condense: make something shorter or more concise

The author condensed her novel into a short story.

15- Conflict: a fight or disagreement

There is always conflict in the world, but we must learn to live together peacefully.

16- Contradict: go against or deny

His story contradicts what he told us last week.

17- Convey: communicate or express

She conveyed her thanks with a smile and a nod.

18- Decimate: kill or destroy a large number of people or things

The disease decimated the population of the city.

19- Demolish: destroy completely

The company plans to demolish the old factory and build a new one in its place.

20- Designate: assign or select someone for a particular purpose

The president designated her as the new ambassador to the United Nations.

21- Deteriorate: become worse

The situation in the city has deteriorated since the war began.

22- Devastate: cause great damage or harm

The hurricane devastated the small island.

23- Deviate: go off course or away from what is usual or expected

He deviated from his usual route and got lost.

24- Diffuse: spread out or disperse

The diffuse light of the sun was shining through the clouds.

25- Diminish: reduce in size, amount, or intensity

Over time, the pain diminished and she was able to move her arm again.

26- Disclose: reveal or make known

The company disclosed its plans to build a new factory.

27- Discredit: damage the reputation of someone or something

The scandal discredited the politician and he resigned from office.

28- Dismiss: reject or disapprove of someone or something

The court dismissed the case for lack of evidence.

29- Dispense: distribute or give out

The doctor dispensed medication to the patients.

30- Dissolve: cause to disappear or no longer exist

The company was dissolved after it went bankrupt.

31- Distort: twist or change the shape of something

The mirror distorted her reflection.

32- Enforce: make sure that people obey a law or rule

The police enforce the law.

33- Exclude: keep out or prevent from being included

The club excludes members who do not pay their dues.

34- Execute: carry out or put into effect

They executed the plan and it was a success.

35- Expand: increase in size or amount

The company plans to expand its operations into new markets.

36- Explicit: clearly stated or shown

The instructions were explicit and easy to follow.

37- Extinct: no longer in existence

Dinosaurs are extinct.

38- Facilitate: make something easier or possible

The new system will facilitate communication between the departments.

39- Fashion: make or create something in a particular style

He fashioned a crude weapon out of a stick and some stones.

40- Function: work or operate in a proper way

The heart functions to pump blood through the body.

41- Generate: create or produce

The company generates a lot of waste.

42- Impose: force someone to accept something

The government imposed new taxes on cigarettes.

43- Implicate: involve someone in something, usually something bad

The evidence implicates him in the crime.

44- Incorporate: include something as part of a whole

The company plans to incorporate new technology into its products.

45- Indict: charge someone with a crime

The grand jury indicted him on charges of tax evasion.

46- Infer: deduce or conclude from the evidence

From their conversation, I inferred that they were not married.

47- Interfere: get in the way or prevent something from happening

Please do not interfere with my work.

48- Invalidate: make something no longer valid or effective

The new law invalidates the old one.

49- Investigate: look into or examine something thoroughly

The police are investigating the cause of the fire.

50- Justify: show that something is right or reasonable

He justified his actions by saying that he was only trying to help.



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