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Word Power Made Easy PDF Capsule 80

Add to your Vocabulary with 5 new words! Word Power Made Easy PDF Capsule 80
brought to you by Testbook's team of experts! Today's words: Desecrate, Alacrity,
Abnegation, Amok and Errant! #VocabPDF #WordPowerMadeEasy
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Vocabulary is an important part of SBI Clerk, SBI PO, SSC CGL and other exams. A
major portion of the question paper tests your knowledge on vocabulary. To help you
prepare, Testbook brings you a list of commonly asked words in any competitive
exam. Whats more, we also serve you with some easy tricks up your sleeve to
remember these words and ace your paper. Download the PDF to revise later. Heres
Word Power Made Easy PDF Capsule 80.

Desecrate (verb)
Hindi translation:

Meaning: To destroy.

Memory Tip: Des + e + crate Dis + Create Opposite of create =


destroy.

Use in Sentence: The criminals desecrated all the holy places in the area.
Alacrity (noun)
Hindi translation:

Meaning: Willingness to do something.

Memory Tip: Alacrity always ready!

Use in Sentence: She accepted the invitation with an alacrity that surprised me.
Abnegation (noun)
Hindi translation:

Meaning: The action of renouncing or rejecting something, especially a doctrine.

Memory Tip: Abnegation Ab + Negation To negate something.

Use in Sentence: He radically abnegated the Big Bang Theory.


Amok (adjective)
Hindi translation:

Meaning: Uncontrollable and disruptive behaviour.

Memory Tip: Am(not)ok If I am amok, then I am not ok with it.

Use in Sentence: The elephant got amok and so it struck down a tree.

Errant (adjective)
Hindi translation:

Meaning: 1. Erring or staying away from the accepted course or standards


2. Wandering

Memory Tip: Erred ant away from the course wandered here and
there.

Use in Sentence: The errant student was given a warning for not going directly to
the class.

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