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Vocabulary Words- 01.08.2018


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1. REPINE (VERB): (शिकायत करना): I see the majestic Atticism in her
personality.
complain
Synonyms: grumble, lament
Antonyms: compliment, praise 7. AUSTERITY (NOUN): (आत्मसं यम):
Example Sentence: formality
He always repines about his peer. Synonyms: acerbity, asperity
Antonyms: informality, mildness
2. INURE (VERB): (तपाकर पुख़्ता करना): Example Sentence:
The austerity of the politician was well
harden
renowned.
Synonyms: temper, toughen
Antonyms: lighten, soften
Example Sentence: 8. ARTIFICE (NOUN): (चालाकी): clever
A continuation of the exclusion of these act
people from their lands should not inure to Synonyms: maneuver, gimmick
the benefit of the wrongdoers. Antonyms: candor, honesty
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3. ONSLAUGHT (NOUN): (आक्रमण): These pictures are full of artifice.
attack
Synonyms: onrush, invasion 9. VALOR (NOUN): (वीरता): courage
Antonyms: retreat, defense Synonyms: firmness, fortitude
Example Sentence: Antonyms: cowardice, timidity
The people suddenly made an onslaught Example Sentence:
on him. His valor impressed everyone.

4. PRIGGISH (ADJECTIVE): (परोपदे ि क) 10. VIGILANT (ADJECTIVE): (जागरूक):


: smug attentive
Synonyms: pompous, stuffy Synonyms: observant, cautious
Antonyms: dissatisfied, discontented Antonyms: heedless, impulsive
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
I had to meet a priggish person in the I am very vigilant while writing a letter.
train.

5. CABOODLE (NOUN): (ताम-झाम):


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Synonyms: cluster, agglomeration
Antonyms: individual, one
Example Sentence:
I have a caboodle of great books.

6. ATTICISM (NOUN): (िान): splendour


Synonyms: grandeur, elegance
Antonyms: crudeness, inelegance
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Vocabulary Words- 02.08.2018


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7. SPIRAL (ADJECTIVE):
1.CADGE (VERB): (भीख माांगना): beg (घुमावदार): twisted
Synonyms: scrounge, sponge Synonyms: circling, coiled
Antonyms: donate, give Antonyms: unwinding, straight
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
She asked me to cadge help in the hour of He lives in a spiral building.
need.
8. ETHNIC (ADJECTIVE): (सां जातीय): tra
2.CONVOKE (VERB): (समाह्वान करना): ditional
to cause to assemble in a meeting Synonyms: indigenous, native
Synonyms: gather, muster Antonyms: alien, foreign
Antonyms: scatter, disperse Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: I like the ethnic prints on the kurta.
The committee was assured that they
intended to convoke the electors. 9. DISORIENTATE (VERB): (गुमराह
करना): baffle
3. RESPITE (NOUN): (ववराम): pause
Synonyms: puzzle, bewilder
Synonyms: breather, downtime Antonyms: orient, balance
Antonyms: advance, continuation Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: Students become pretty much disoriented
She gave a sudden respite amid the when they are asked career related
conversation. questions.

4. PARRY (VERB): (बचाव): avoid 10. ADO (NOUN): (हलचल): fuss


Synonyms: deflect, evade Synonyms: confusion, stir
Antonyms: encounter, encounter Antonyms: calm, peace
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
She parried the danger somehow. These guests are making ado at my place.

5. BARRAGE (NOUN): (बमबारी): blast


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When she was experiencing the barrage
the royal Prince came like a knight in
shining armour.

6. BAIT (VERB): (प्रलोभन): entice


Synonyms: tempt, seduce
Antonyms: repel, repulse
Example Sentence:
She knows the ropes how to bait him.
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1. PLUNGE (NOUN): (डुबकी): fall 7. DOGGED (ADJECTIVE): determined


Synonyms: Adamant, stubborn
Synonyms: quick drop, dive
Antonyms: indifferent, irresolute
Antonyms: rise, increase
Example Sentence:
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Her dogged efforts eventually paid off.
Fanatics went straight from the hot room
to take a cold plunge.
8. PLETHORA (NOUN): excess
Synonyms: overflow, plenty
2. SPEW (VERB): (वमन करना): spit out Antonyms: few, lack
Synonyms: expel, throw up Example Sentence:
Antonyms: contain, restrain The job came with a plethora of
Example Sentence: opportunities.
Rina is going to spew right here in the car.
9. RATIFY (VERB): (पुष्टि करना): certify
3. DEMURRER (NOUN): (आपत्ति): Synonyms: approve, confirm
argument for ideas. Antonyms: deny, agree
Synonyms: discussion, explanation Example Sentence:
Antonyms: denial, sympathy Shareholders will ratify any merger that
Example Sentence: will increase their dividends.
The headmaster was about to enter a
stinging demurrer when the phone rang. 10. STANCE (NOUN): (स्वरूप): attitude
Synonyms: viewpoint, stand
4. QUIZ (VERB): (जाांच पड़ताल करना): Antonyms: ignorance, avoidance
cross examine Example Sentence:
Synonyms: investigate, inquire She poses her clear stance over every
Antonyms: answer, reply issue.
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5. RUCHED (VERB): (मोड़ना): fold
Synonyms: bend, curl
Antonyms: flatten, unbend
Example Sentence:
Priya hinted towards her ruched T-shirt.

6. MEADOWS (NOUN):
(बहुतायत): grassy fields
Synonyms: grassland, steppe
Antonyms: cactus, semi-arid
Example Sentence:
They both grazed towards the far
meadows.
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Vocabulary Words- 04.08.2018

1. INORDINATE (ADJECTIVE): (अत्यधि 6. JINX (NOUN): (अशुभ): curse


क): excessive Synonyms: hex, hoodoo
Antonyms: boon, luck
Synonyms: dizzying, exorbitant
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: moderate, reasonable
He regarded her as a jinx because she had
Example Sentence:
lost her husband.
Some dogs are very hyper and require an
inordinate amount of attention from their
owners. 7. INERTIA (NOUN): (जड़ता): laziness
Synonyms: passivity, sluggishness
2. INDIGENOUS (ADJECTIVE): (दे शी): Antonyms: action, activity
Example Sentence:
native
After a large meal, inertia usually keeps
Synonyms: domestic, homegrown
me on the couch all day.
Antonyms: alien, foreign
Example Sentence:
Nothing beats fresh produce from the 8. IMMACULATE (ADJECTIVE): (शुद्ि)
ground in its indigenous state. : unspoiled
Synonyms: exquisite, neat
3. INTERMITTENT (ADJECTIVE): (सवि Antonyms: dull, defiled
Example Sentence:
राम): irregular The soldier was reprimanded for ruining
Synonyms: fitful, infrequent his immaculate uniform.
Antonyms: regular, frequent
Example Sentence: 9. IMPUTE (VERB): (आरोप लगाना):
The holiday lights are intermittent and
attribute
flicker on and off constantly.
Synonyms: accredit, assign
Antonyms: exonerate, exculpate
4. INCESSANT (ADJECTIVE): (लगातार) Example Sentence:
: ceaseless Even though my sister had broken the
Synonyms: endless, continuous window, she tried to impute the damage
Antonyms: bounded, ceasing onto me.
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His hostility to Reva was incessant. 10. INKLING (NOUN): (आभास): idea
Synonyms: clue, hunch
5. INSULAR (ADJECTIVE): (सं कुधित Antonyms: knowledge, information
वििारिाला): narrow-minded Example Sentence:
Synonyms: circumscribed, The records give us an inkling of how
parochial people saw the world.
Antonyms: broad-minded, unbiased
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Vocabulary Words- 05.08.2018

1. LAY DOWN (PHR. VERB): (शर्त 6. BANTER (NOUN): (मजाक): teasing


लगाना): specify Synonyms: chaff, fun
Antonyms: flattery, praise
Synonyms: stipulate, postulate
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: deprive, remove
If the banter between the award presenters
Example Sentence:
is not exciting, no one will watch the
Naman stipulated certain conditions
show.
before their marriage.
7. YEOMAN (NOUN): (स्वेच्छा सेवी):
2. OSTRACIZE (VERB): (बहिष्कार
worker
करना): banish Synonyms: assistant,
Synonyms: expel, exclude attendant
Antonyms: accept, embrace Antonyms: boss, manager
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
Nalini was declared a witch and ostracized The yeoman was plowing the field on his
by the villagers. master’s land.

3. PODGY (ADJECTIVE): (मोटा): 8. YORE (NOUN): (बीर्ा िुआ समय):


slightly fat time gone by
Synonyms: chunky, flabby Synonyms: history, antiquity
Antonyms: lean, skinny Antonyms: future, present
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
When I stopped jogging, I became podgy. In the days of yore, the Internet did not
exist.
4. POMPOUS
(ADJECTIVE): (आडम्बरपूर्त) : arrogant, 9. VAGUE (ADJECTIVE): (अस्पष्ट): not
egotistic definite or clear
Synonyms: boastful, selfish Synonyms: ambiguous,
Antonyms: humble, kind dubious
Example Sentence: Antonyms: apparent, certain
Because the movie star was pompous, she Example Sentence:
spent most of her time looking into the He rolled his eyes at the vague response.
mirror.
10. DEFUSE (VERB): (कम करना):
5. POTPOURRI (NOUN): (ममश्रर्): disarm
miscellany Synonyms: deactivate, lessen
Synonyms: assortment, blend Antonyms: increase, agitate
Antonyms: separation, singularity Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: A scheme that teaches officers how to
New York City is a potpourri of various defuse potentially explosive situations.
nationalities and religions.
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Antonyms: division, separation
1. CONCURRENT (ADJECTIVE): Example Sentence:
(समवर्ती): simultaneous The confluence of warm and cold
temperatures is going to create a powerful
Synonyms: coexisting, concomitant
storm.
Antonyms: non-concurrent, divergent
Example Sentence:
Are these decisions concurrent with 7. CONGEAL (VERB): (जमाना): to solidify
university policy? Synonyms: coagulate, curdle
Antonyms: melt, soften
2. CONDENSE (VERB): (संक्षिर्त करना): Example Sentence:
She wanted to wash the frying pan before
abridge
the bacon fat had a chance to congeal.
Synonyms: contract, concentrate
Antonyms: increase, expand
8. CONGENITAL (ADJECTIVE):
Example Sentence:
The English translation has been condensed (जन्मजार्त): inborn
into a single more readable book. Synonyms: innate, inherent
Antonyms: foreign, external
3. CONDESCEND (VERB): (झुकना): Example Sentence:
When he was 17, he died of congenital heart
humble oneself
disease.
Synonyms: accommodate, accord
Antonyms: disallow, disapprove
Example Sentence: 9. CONGREGATION (NOUN): (जनसमूह):
The president of the company condescended assembled group
to have dinner with the cleaning staff. Synonyms: audience, crowd
Antonyms: diffusion, division
4. CONDOLENCE (NOUN): (शोक/ Example Sentence:
Most members of the congregation arrived a
सहानुभूतर्त): sympathy few minutes before the service.
Synonyms: compassion, consolation
Antonyms: brutality, harshness 10. CONGRUENT (ADJECTIVE):
Example Sentence: (अनुकूल): compatible
She sent him a letter of condolence.
Synonyms: agreeing, according
Antonyms: disagreeable, unharmonious
5. CONFISCATE (VERB): (ज़ब्र्त करना): Example Sentence:
seize Eating five chocolate bars daily is not
Synonyms: appropriate, impound congruent with your plan of losing weight.
Antonyms: free, release
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6. CONFLUENCE (NOUN): (संगम):
convergence
Synonyms: junction, concurrence
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Vocabulary Words- 07.08.2018


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6. DERISIVE (ADJECTIVE):
(व्यं ग्यात्मक): ridiculing
1. FECKLESS (ADJECTIVE): Synonyms: cheeky, mocking
(उद्दे श्यहीन): without purpose Antonyms: polite, respectful
Synonyms: aimless, carefree Example Sentence:
Antonyms: purposeful, efficient It was a derisive act.
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It was a feckless attempt to make the 7. ODIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (घिनौना):
company a success. extremely unpleasant
Synonyms: disgusting, horrid
Antonyms: attractive, delightful
2. MERCURIAL (ADJECTIVE): Example Sentence:
(अस्थिर): flighty, temperamental The detective said it was the
Synonyms: changeable, impulsive most odious crime she had ever seen.
Antonyms: constant, stable
Example Sentence: 8. FORTUITOUS (ADJECTIVE):
His mercurial temperament made him (आकस्थमक): lucky, accidental
difficult to work with his teammates. Synonyms: random, chance
Antonyms: intentional, planned
3. SPECIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (भटकाने Example Sentence:
वाला): misleading The check could not have arrived at a
more fortuitous time.
Synonyms: deceptive, false
Antonyms: genuine, valid
Example Sentence: 9. RAPACIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (अघि
His readings are seeming to be specious. लोलुप): aggressively greedy or ravenous
Synonyms: ferocious, marauding
4. QUIXOTIC (ADJECTIVE): (ववलक्षण): Antonyms: satisfied, contended
idealistic Example Sentence:
Synonyms: impractical, dreamy He is a rapacious lawyer.
Antonyms: realistic, sensible
Example Sentence: 10. HALCYON (ADJECTIVE): (धीर):
It was clearly a quixotic case against the calm, peaceful
defendant. Synonyms: quiet, still
Antonyms: agitated
5. DISINGENUOUS (ADJECTIVE): Example Sentence:
(कपटी): not straightforward or candid It is such a halcyon place.
Synonyms: unfair, cunning
Antonyms: frank, truthful
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Anamika made disparate arguments.
1. DOYEN (NOUN): (दल के उच्च
7. CANARD (NOUN): (झूठी अफवाह):
सदस्य): legislator
fabrication
Synonyms: principal, authority
Synonyms: exaggeration, lie
Antonyms: pupil, student
Antonyms: truth, reality
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
Anu is a doyen of this organisation.
Her statement was full of canard.

2. DEVIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (कपटपूर्ण):


8. CANDOR (NOUN): (ननष्कपटता):
deceitful
complete honesty
Synonyms: duplicitous, insidious
Synonyms: directness, fairness
Antonyms: honest, forthright
Antonyms: dishonesty, unfairness
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
He plays a devious character.
She has done her task with complete
candor.
3. DISENTOMB (VERB): (अन्वेषर्
करना): disclose 9. CESSATION (NOUN): (समाप्तत,
Synonyms: resurrect, unearth ववराम): abeyance
Antonyms: entomb, bury
Synonyms: breather, discontinuance
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: activity, continuity
They disentombed the matter.
Example Sentence:
Since the bad weather has caused a
4. DEFALCATION (NOUN):
temporary building cessation, the office
(कमज़ोरी): default building will not be completed on time.
Synonyms: disaster, failure
Antonyms: accomplishment, achievement 10. BRIGAND (NOUN): (डाकू): hoodlum
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: bandit, desperado
Ravi made defalcation in funds.
Antonyms: law, police
Example Sentence:
5. DEBILITY (NOUN): (): decrepitude
He is a brigand.
Synonyms: enervation,
enfeeblement
Antonyms: soundness, healthiness
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6. DISPARATE (ADJECTIVE): (पथ


ृ क् ):
contrasting

Synonyms: discordant, diverse


Antonyms: agreeing, alike
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Synonyms: chaff, fun
1. DISINGENUOUS (ADJECTIVE): Antonyms: flattery, praise
(कपटी ): deceitful Example Sentence:
Synonyms: unfair, dishonest There was much good-natured banter.
Antonyms: frank, truthful 8. YEOMAN (NOUN): (स्वेच्छा सेवी ):
Example Sentence: worker
The politicians now a days are becoming Synonyms: assistant, attendant
disingenuous. Antonyms: boss, manager
2. ODIOUS (ADJECTIVE): ( घिनौना): Example Sentence:
extremely unpleasant The yeoman was plowing the field on his
Synonyms: disgusting, horrid master’s land.
Antonyms: attractive, delightful 7. CONGEAL (VERB): (जमाना ): to solidify
Example Sentence: Synonyms: coagulate, curdle
The police had resolved a mystery behind Antonyms: melt, soften
an odious crime. Example Sentence:
3. CONFISCATE (VERB): (ज़ब्त करना): She wanted to wash the frying pan before
seize the bacon fat had a chance to congeal.
Synonyms: appropriate, impound
Antonyms: free, release 8. CONGENITAL (ADJECTIVE):
Example Sentence: (जन्मजात ): inborn
They confiscated mobile phones propaganda Synonyms: innate, inherent
material. Antonyms: foreign, external
4. YORE (NOUN): (बीता हु आ समय ): time Example Sentence:
gone by When he was 17, he died of congenital heart
Synonyms: history, antiquity disease.
Antonyms: future, present
Example Sentence: 9. CONCURRENT (ADJECTIVE):
In the days of yore, the Internet did not (समवती): simultaneous
exist. Synonyms: coexisting, concomitant
5. VAGUE (ADJECTIVE): ( अस्पष्ट ): not Antonyms: non-concurrent, divergent
definite or clear Example Sentence:
Synonyms: ambiguous, dubious Are these decisions concurrent with
Antonyms: apparent, certain university policy?
Example Sentence: 10. CONDENSE (VERB): (संघित करना ):
He rolled his eyes at the vague response. abridge
6. DERISIVE (ADJECTIVE): ( व्यंग्यात्मक): Synonyms: contract, concentrate
ridiculing Antonyms: increase, expand
Synonyms: cheeky, mocking Example Sentence:
Antonyms: polite, respectful The English translation has been condensed
Example Sentence: into a single more readable book.
It was a derisive act.
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7. BANTER (NOUN): (मज़ाक): teasing
remarks
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Synonyms: obstinacy,
1. INVEIGLING (ADJECTIVE): (मनोहर) bullheadedness
Antonyms: irresolution, dubiety
: Alluring
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: attracting, captivating
He is buying everything by showing his
Antonyms: repulsive, repellent
heights of mulishness.
Example Sentence:
The picture was quite inveigling.
7. OSTRACIZE (VERB): (बहहष्कार
2. AGHAST (ADJECTIVE): करना): banish
(भौचक्का): Appalled Synonyms: expel, exclude
Synonyms: awestruck, agog Antonyms: accept, embrace
Antonyms: unsurprised, composed Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: Nalini was declared a witch and ostracized
She was aghast at his question. by the villagers.

3. CONDOLENCE (NOUN): (शोक/ 8. PODGY (ADJECTIVE): (मोटा):


सहानुभूति): sympathy slightly fat
Synonyms: chunky, flabby
Synonyms: compassion, consolation
Antonyms: lean, skinny
Antonyms: brutality, harshness
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
When I stopped jogging, I became podgy.
She sent him a letter of condolence.

4. POMPOUS 9. QUIXOTIC (ADJECTIVE): (ववलक्षर्):


(ADJECTIVE): (आडम्बरपूर्ण) : arrogant, idealistic
Synonyms: impractical, dreamy
egotistic
Antonyms: realistic, sensible
Synonyms: boastful, selfish
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: humble, kind
It was clearly a quixotic case against the
Example Sentence:
defendant.
Because the movie star was pompous, she
spent most of her time looking into the
mirror. 10. PULSATE (VERB): (कााँपना): Quaver
Synonyms: tremble, quiver
5. SINISTER (ADJECTIVE): (भयावह): Antonyms: steady, be still
Example Sentence:
Nasty
The meek bird was pulsating in the
Synonyms: ominous, perverse
refractory wind.
Antonyms: auspicious, benevolent
Example Sentence:
It was a pretty sinister comment that you
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6. MULISHNESS (NOUN): (हठ):


Doggedness
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Synonyms: flare-up, inflame
1. ANOMALY (VERB): oddity (विषमता) Antonyms: extinguish, put out
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: peculiarity, abnormality
Saushthav ignited a lamp.
Antonyms: regularity, normality
Example Sentence:
8. FAR-FLUNG
There are a number of anomalies in your
plan. (ADJECTIVE): widespread (विस्तत ृ )
Synonyms: remote, distant
2. VESTIGE (NOUN): sign (अिशेष ) Antonyms: nearby, close
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: remnant, residue
Visitors come from far-flung corners of
Antonyms: whole, core
the world.
Example Sentence:
The new nation state law in Israel is the
9. PRIVILEGE (NOUN): advantage
vestige of colonialism.
(विशेषाधिकार)
3. OBFUSCATION (NOUN): bafflement Synonyms: authority, license
(सम्भ्रम) Antonyms: disadvantage, loss
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: bewilderment, confusion
Yashap has a privilege to speak there.
Antonyms: clarity, order
Example Sentence:
Avni looked about her in obfuscation. 10. FOSTER (VERB): promote (लालन-
पालन करना)
4. NERVE (NOUN): daring (साहस) Synonyms: encourage, cherish
Synonyms: courage, grit Antonyms: cease, depress
Antonyms: cowardice, timidity Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: Sameer fostered the very idea of gender-
Shreyasi has a nerve to do it. equality

5. EMBARK (VERB): commence (आरं भ


करना)
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6. IMP (NOUN): brat (शै तान)


Synonyms: gnome, minx
Antonyms: angel, elf
Example Sentence:
Ankul is a big imp.

7. IGNITE (VERB): burn (जलाना)


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1. STYGIAN (ADJECTIVE): dark The gaffe created a furor in the scientific
(अंधकारमय) community, which attacked the
publication for flawed and faulty research.
Synonyms: clouded, brunet
Antonyms: optimistic, hopeful
7.MINATORY (ADJECTIVE):
Example Sentence:
It was a stygian night. threatening (डरानेिाला)
Synonyms: alarming, dangerous
. 2. TOUT (VERB): brag about (प्रचाररत Antonyms: pleasing, harmless
Example Sentence:
करना) Ashish is unlikely to be deterred by
Synonyms: publicize, trumpet minatory finger-wagging.
Antonyms: blame, condemn
Example Sentence: 8. PLUMB (ADJECTIVE): vertical (लंब )
A liberal group supporting the opposition
Synonyms: perpendicular, straight
tried to tout their pro-middle class.
Antonyms: horizontal, flat
Example Sentence:
3. ELLIPSIS (NOUN): abbreviation
The plumb lines near the well were for
(न्यूनपद) protection.
Synonyms: abstract, shortness
Antonyms: elongate, prolong 9. QUINTESSENTIAL (ADJECTIVE):
Example Sentence: model (आदशश)
This letter is full of ellipsis.
Synonyms: ultimate, ideal
Antonyms: secondary, flawed
4.EXTIRPATION (NOUN): extermination
Example Sentence:
(विनाश) This is the quintessential product of my
Synonyms: annihilation, destruction company.
Antonyms: construction, formation
Example Sentence: 10.RUNIC (ADJECTIVE): bewitching,
After the extirpation of the Indians, the charming (मोहक)
labor of African slaves was introduced.
Synonyms: charismatic, enchanted
Antonyms: normal, unmoving
5.FOPPISH (ADJECTIVE): dapper (बना- Example Sentence:
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Synonyms: dandified, natty
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6.GAFFE (NOUN): mistake (भूल )


Synonyms: blooper, blunder
Antonyms: correction, edition
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Synonyms: inferno, damnation
1. HEGEMONY (NOUN): (नायकत्व): Antonyms: heaven, paradise
controlling power or influence over others Example Sentence:
Synonyms: dominance, dominion He alleged that the film would lead young
souls into perdition.
Antonyms: impotency, weakness
Example Sentence: 7. FLAGGING (ADJECTIVE) : (धुंुधली):
Both America and China are trying for languid
hegemony in Asia. Synonyms: fading, dwindling
2. SUFFICE (VERB): (पयााप्त होना): Antonyms: energized, refreshed
be enough Example Sentence:
Sense of winning seems to be flagging in
Synonyms: satisfy, avail
the troops.
Antonyms: displease, dissatisfy
Example Sentence:
Simple mediocrity cannot suffice them.
8. DECELERATE (VERB): (धीमा
करना): slow down
3. GIMMICK (NOUN): (युक्तत): trick Synonyms: brake, slow
Synonyms: artifice, ruse Antonyms: accelerate, hasten
Antonyms: reality, truth Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: She decelerated her car
The reservation policy is just a political
gimmick. 9. JUBILATION ( NOUN): (आनुंद):
rejoicing
4. PENCHANT (NOUN): (झुकाव/ Synonyms: happiness, joy
रुचि): strong inclination Antonyms: sadness, sorrow
Synonyms: affection, affinity Example Sentence:
The victory of Indian hockey team was
Antonyms: averseness, aversion celebrated with jubilation.
Example Sentence:
He had strong penchant for playing cricket.
10. GIGANTIC (ADJECTIVE): (ववशाल
5. INGENIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (प्रततभा- ): huge in size
Synonyms: gargantuan, giant
सम्पन्न): skillful Antonyms: small, little
Synonyms: lever, creative Example Sentence:
Antonyms: dull, foolish The road is bordered by gigantic rocks.
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1. DETER (VERB): stop (रोकना) Antonyms: gentle, mild
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: prevent, halt
Satish is a lout.
Antonyms: encourage, comfort
Example Sentence:
8. STEREOTYPED (ADJECTIVE): banal
I am yearning for waterballs.
(घिसा-पपटा)
2. JABBER (VERB): babble (गपशप Synonyms: dull, hackneyed
Antonyms: fresh, new
करना) Example Sentence:
Synonyms: chatter, gab It was a stereotyped movie.
Antonyms: be silent, be quiet
Example Sentence: 9. VEHEMENCE (NOUN): passion
She likes to jabber a lot. (उत्साह)
Synonyms: fervor, frenzy
3. UTOPIA (NOUN): bliss (आदशशलोक) Antonyms: peace, peacefulness
Synonyms: paradise, ideal place Example Sentence:
Antonyms: hell, place of the condemned The vehemence of his temper was
Example Sentence: controlled by an affectionate disposition.
I live in a utopia.
10. TRAVESTY (NOUN): mockery
4. SLING (VERB): throw (वेग से फें कना) (मजाक)
Synonyms: hoist, hurl Synonyms: spoof, satire
Antonyms: receive, keep Antonyms: seriousness, solemnity
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
When I tried to do it with the sling on, I Allowing students to cheat in tests is
lost my balance. a travesty of education.

5. VILIFY (VERB): criticize (बदनाम


करना)
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She was vilifying Aman.

6. ORCHESTRATE (VERB): organize


(व्यवस्था करना)
Synonyms: arrange, set up
Antonyms: disperse, divide
Example Sentence:
They will orchestrate the meeting for you.

7. LOUT (NOUN): boor (गं वार)


Synonyms: brute, slob
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1. DISSEMINATE (VERB): distribute Churches should not be used for profane
(बाांटना) orsecular purposes.
Synonyms: scatter, circulate
Antonyms: conceal, hide 7. NEGATE (VERB): contradict (विरोध
Example Sentence: करना)
It took years to disseminate information Synonyms: annihilate, belie
about this disease. Antonyms: allow, approve
Example Sentence:
2. ENGROSS (VERB): bewitch (मोहित I can neither negate nor affirm this claim.
करना)
8. ABNEGATION (NOUN): refusal
Synonyms: captivate, enrapture
Antonyms: disenchant, disgust (अस्िीकृतत)
Example Sentence: Synonyms: rejection, forbearance
Yesterday she engrossed everybody at the Antonyms: sanction, allowance
party. Example Sentence:
George’s abnegation of responsibility for
3. COUNTERMAND (VERB): annul his son’s behavior angered the judge.
(रद्द करना)
9.
Synonyms: override, repeal
IMPECUNIOUS (ADJECTIVE): poverty-
Antonyms: approve, permit
Example Sentence: stricken (गरीब)
I can't countermand my mother’s orders. Synonyms: penniless, poor
Antonyms: wealthy, rich
4. CHARY (ADJECTIVE): canny (सचेत) Example Sentence:
Many plans were being developed to help
Synonyms: careful, cautious
the impecunious people in the town.
Antonyms: incautious, heedless
Example Sentence:
10. DOLOROUS (ADJECTIVE): miserabl
Be chary of lending money to someone
you don't know very well. e (द:ु खद)
Synonyms: anguished, calamitous
5. PURVIEW (NOUN): ken (ज्ञान) Antonyms: cheery, hopeful
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: acumen, apprehension
The dolorous film made me recall sad
Antonyms: misconception,
times.
misinterpretation
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The politics in the office is beyond my
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(ADJECTIVE): blasphemous (अपवित्र)
Synonyms: indecent, irreverent
Antonyms: reverent, respectful
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Synonyms: extension, increase
1. UPBEAT (ADJECTIVE): buoyant Antonyms: compression,
(उत्साहित) abridgement
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: happy, cheery
He made an expansion in his business.
Antonyms: depressed, discouraged
Example Sentence:
He is a very upbeat person. 7. REVIVE (VERB): energize (सक्रिय
करिा)
2. SPUR (NOUN): incitement (प्रे रणा) Synonyms: encourage, invigorate
Synonyms: catalyst, excitant Antonyms: dissuade, discourage
Antonyms: deterrent, hindrance Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: Patriotic song revived all of us.
Redundancy is the spur for many to emb
ark on new careers. 8. EFFECTIVE
(ADJECTIVE): impressive (प्रभावी)
3. RELUCTANT Synonyms: competent, useful
(ADJECTIVE): unwilling (अनिच्छुक) Antonyms: insufficient, ineffective
Synonyms: disinclined, unenthusiastic Example Sentence:
Antonyms: willing, enthusiastic Her effective speech had blown
Example Sentence: everybody away.
She is applying pesticides with great
caution. 9. DISRUPTIVE (ADJECTIVE): rowdy
(उपद्रवी)
4. REDUNDANT Synonyms: troublesome, disturbing
(ADJECTIVE): unnecessary (ज़रूरी) Antonyms: well-behaved, disciplined
Synonyms: inessential, needless Example Sentence:
Antonyms: important, useful This disruptive activity made me restless
Example Sentence: all over the night.
Many people are reluctant to talk about
politics. 10. RESILIENCE (NOUN): flexibility
(लचीलापि)
5. BUTTRESS (VERB): bolster (सिारा Synonyms: pliability, elasticity
दे िा) Antonyms: stiffness, rigidity
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: reinforce, uphold
Her natural resilience helped her
Antonyms: undermine, weaken
overcome the crisis.
Example Sentence:
His tough line is buttressed by a democr
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Antonyms: disenchant, disgust
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1. OVERREACH (VERB): (अधिक I was totally engrossed by her beauty.

करना): Overdo
7. MIDDLING (ADJECTIVE): (पर्ााप्त):
Synonyms: overact, overextend
Adequate
Antonyms: play down, decrease
Synonyms: mediocre, passable
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: extreme, exceptional
Mohak overreaches in his latest book
Example Sentence:
while his argument is not convincing.
The patient needs middling amount of
water every half an hour.
2. DEBONAIR (ADJECTIVE): (मोहक):
Charming 8. DECOY (NOUN): (पाश): Trap
Synonyms: affable, elegant
Synonyms: attraction, inducement
Antonyms: awkward, inelegant
Antonyms: honesty, frankness
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
Suneet has a debonair personality.
We caught a rat, using a decoy to trick it
into the cage.
3. PESTILENT
(ADJECTIVE): (प्राणघाती): Baneful 9. CANTANKEROUS
Synonyms: contagious, deleterious (ADJECTIVE): (झगडालू ) : Ill-tempered
Antonyms: harmless, innocuous
Synonyms: quarrelsome, critical
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: pleasant, peaceful
To many, homeless beggars are nothing
Example Sentence:
more than pestilent irritants.
You are a cantankerous man.

4. PERPETRATE (VERB): (करना): Be


10. DANK (ADJECTIVE): (नम): Moist
responsible for
Synonyms: clammy,
Synonyms: carry out, commit
muggy
Antonyms: halt, stop
Antonyms: parched, dry
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
Who would perpetrate for this crime?
The middle section of the house is fully
dank.
5. RAKISH (ADJECTIVE): (विलासी
जै सा): Charming and immoral
Synonyms: dashing, jaunty
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She gave Maddy a rakish smile.

6. ENGROSS (VERB): (मोहहत करना):


Bewitch
Synonyms: captivate, enrapture
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1. APOGEE (NOUN): Climax: sincerity.
(चरमोत्कर्ष)
7. COALITION
Synonyms: apex, capstone
Antonyms: anticlimax, base (ADJECTIVE): Affiliation: (र्ठबंधि)
Example Sentence: Synonyms: alliance, confederacy
As his reputation reached its apogee, he Antonyms: detachment, disconnection
began to earn a great deal. Example Sentence:
Few politicians have formed a coalition.
2. SUBSUME (VERB): Incorporate:
(ककसी नियम के अंतर्षत करिा) 8. UPFRONT (ADJECTIVE): Genuine:
Synonyms: involve, contain (वास्तपवक)
Antonyms: exclude, preclude Synonyms: instinctive, real
Example Sentence: Antonyms: intricate, artificial
Your personality has subsumed beneath Example Sentence:
him. Divya is very upfront kind of girl.

3. ENSHRINE (VERB): Consecrate: 9. ASTRINGENT (ADJECTIVE): sour:


(प्रनतष्ठापित करिा) (बंधिकारी)
Synonyms: preserve, revere Synonyms: stinging, amaroidal
Antonyms: desecrate, defile Antonyms: delicious, savory
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
His message that is enshrined in the Those fries taste astringent.
Gitika.
10. RAMBLING (ADJECTIVE): Aimless:
4. ALLY (NOUN): Associate: (सहयोर्ी) (लक्ष्यहीि)
Synonyms: partner, colleague Synonyms: chaotic, erratic
Antonyms: enemy, opponent Antonyms: organized, systematic
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
The PM met his American ally. Niraya has become thoroughly rambling.

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Synonyms: deprecatory, derogatory
Antonyms: complimentary, praising
Example Sentence:
Preeti pejorative remark made Marry cry.

6. AMALGAM (NOUN): Mixture:


(ममश्रण)
Synonyms: compound, fusion
Antonyms: division, separation
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Antonyms: familiar, regular
1. INSISTENCE (NOUN): (ज़ोर) Example Sentence:
We have come across unprecedented
demand
reactions that weren’t expected.
Synonyms: urging, emphasis
Antonyms: satisfaction, satiation
7. PIQUANT (ADJECTIVE):
Example Sentence:
Our insistence for luxuries should not (िटपटा) tangy
cause a misery to anyone. Synonyms: peppery, spicy
Antonyms: flavorless, tasteless
2. NEGATE (VERB): (प्रतिवाद करना) Example Sentence:
We need to eat piquant dishes in order to
contradict
get the real taste of Royal Rajasthan.
Synonyms: annihilate, disallow
Antonyms: allow, assist
Example Sentence: 8. RUSTICATE (VERB): (तनष्कासिि
The criminal will negate all charges if you करना) expel
failed to prove him guilty. Synonyms: dispel, ostracize
Antonyms: incorporate, inculcate
3. QUEER (ADJECTIVE): (ववचित्र) Example Sentence:
abnormal The principal will rusticate all the students
Synonyms: erratic, weird who don’t deserve to be taught in a
Antonyms: sensible, sound healthy environment
Example Sentence:
They are queer in behavior and extremely 9. DRAPE (VERB): (ढाांकना) cover
uncultured in their lifestyle. Synonyms: wrap, envelop
Antonyms: unwrap, uncover
4. STIMULATE (VERB): (उत्ते जिि Example Sentence:
करना) provoke The snow-draped everything as the
temperature kept deteriorating.
Synonyms: elate, arouse
Antonyms: neglect, dishearten
10. PROMOTION (NOUN):
Example Sentence:
The teacher has to stimulate the students (प्रोन्नति) advancement
in order to create a hunger in them. Synonyms: elevation, aggrandizement
Antonyms: hindrance, debasement
5. BARB (NOUN): (कााँटा) point Example Sentence:
They have got the promotion because they
Synonyms: prickle, prong
deserved it in one way or the other.
Antonyms: kindness, praise
Example Sentence:
Watch out for barbs as they can hurt you
badly.
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Synonyms: bizarre, anomalous
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Synonyms: crucial, necessary
1. PLEDGE (NOUN): oath : (प्रतिज्ञा) Antonyms: optional, secondary
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: promise, vow
States are a vital part of the grand
Antonyms: breach, break
coalition between the two countries.
Example Sentence:
The UNFCCC underlined the fulfilment of
national pledges related to carbon 7. GRAVITATE (VERB): drift : (केंद्र की
emission. ओर झुकिा)
Synonyms: incline, tend
2. INADEQUATE (ADJECTIVE): lacking Antonyms: ascend, increase
the quality : (अपर्ााप्ि) Example Sentence:
Synonyms: deficient, meager They gravitate to these areas.
Antonyms: abundant, enough
Example Sentence: 8. STAGGER (VERB): move unsteadily :
The agreement would be inadequate to (लड़खड़ाकर चलिा)
keep global warming below 2°C. Synonyms: careen, lurch
Antonyms: continue, stay
3. IMPERATIVE (ADJECTIVE): of vital Example Sentence:
importance : (अतिवार्ा) These numbers are staggering but they are
Synonyms: compulsory, obligatory only the tip of the iceberg.
Antonyms: trivial, optional
Example Sentence: 9. LOATHE (VERB): feel intense dislike
It is equally imperative to examine the or disgust for : (घर्
ृ ा करिा)
progress of climate targets. Synonyms: abhor, execrate
Antonyms: admire, cherish
4. INCLUSIVE (ADJECTIVE): including Example Sentence:
all the services : (समेि) Unfortunately, agencies seem to be loathe
Synonyms: comprehensive, broad to cooperate.
Antonyms: exclusive, narrow
Example Sentence: 10. EVOCATIVE (ADJECTIVE): memori
The fastest trains are maintaining es : (उदबोधक)
inclusive speeds of 45km/sec. Synonyms: expressive, redolent
Antonyms: forgetful, oblivious
5. COLLABORATION (NOUN): alliance Example Sentence:
: (सहकार्ािा) The team felt that ‘Into the heart of
Synonyms: association, partnership Darkness’ was evocative enough to bring
Antonyms: disunion, separation out a range of issues.
Example Sentence:
With the collaboration, he undertook the
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6. VITAL (ADJECTIVE): essential :
(महत्वपूर् ा)
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1. BERSERK (ADJECTIVE): Insane : Yesterday Priyanshi engrossed everybody
(निडर) at the party.
Synonyms: crazed, maniacal
7. DYNAMIC
Antonyms: rational, sensible
Example Sentence: (ADJECTIVE): Charismatic : (गनतशील)
Army went berserk with an arsenal of Synonyms: effective, energetic
guns. Antonyms: lethargic, lifeless
Example Sentence:
2. DORMANT (ADJECTIVE): Asleep : Vishal has a very dynamic personality.
(निष्क्रिय)
8. DEBACLE (NOUN): Catastrophe :
Synonyms: comatose, sleeping
Antonyms: active, wakeful (पराजय)
Example Sentence: Synonyms: beating, collapse
Why do you look so dormant all the time? Antonyms: attainment, accomplishment
Example Sentence:
3. DIFFIDENT (ADJECTIVE): Meek : When the movie was released, it was
(सं कोची) called a debacle by the audience.
Synonyms: timid, sheepish
Antonyms: brave, confident BEFOUL (VERB): Defile : (गं दा करिा)
Example Sentence: Synonyms: dishonor, pillage
Sia is a kind of diffident person. Antonyms: honor, praise
Example Sentence:
4. INORDINATE (ADJECTIVE): Undue : Many graves were befouled.
(असामान्य)
Synonyms: pricey, steep 10. DEMUR (VERB): Object : (मि
Antonyms: cheap, moderate डांवाडोल िोिा)
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: refuse, dissent
The case had taken up an inordinate
Antonyms: support, help
amount of time.
Example Sentence:
She demurred enter into the new business
5. EGRESS (NOUN): Departure :
deal.
(निकास)
Synonyms: emanation, exiting
Antonyms: entrance, arrival
Example Sentence:
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करिा)
Synonyms: captivate, enrapture
Antonyms: disenchant, disgust
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1. PATOIS (NOUN): jargon : The company is consistently facing the
(जनपदीय बोली) retrograde growth parameter this year.
Synonyms: argot, dialect
7. QUEASY (ADJECTIVE): not
Antonyms: standard, normal
Example Sentence: feeling well : (पिशाल)
Most words were understood by teenager, Synonyms: sick, ill
but the gentleman looked confused at Antonyms: comfortable, healthy
some of the words due to the teenager’s Example Sentence:
patois. He didn’t want to do any work because he
felt queasy.
2. PRECEPT (NOUN): law : (ननयम)
8. MAMMOTH (ADJECTIVE): huge :
Synonyms: doctrine, axiom
Synonyms: enormous, gargantuan
Antonyms: lawlessness, disbelief
Example Sentence:
Change is the precept of the nature.
Antonyms: little, miniature
Example Sentence:
3. LAX (ADJECTIVE): careless : (ढीला) A mammoth project will be completed
Synonyms: negligent, derelict very soon.
Antonyms: strict, careful
Example Sentence: 9. DANK (ADJECTIVE): moist : (नम)
One of the problems is lax security for
Synonyms: clammy, muggy
airport personnel
Antonyms: parched, dry
Example Sentence:
4. MAUL (VERB): Savage : (आलोचना The kitchen was very dank.
करना)
Synonyms: drub, lacerate 10. PAROCHIAL (ADJECTIVE): narrow-
Antonyms: protect, guard minded : (सं कीर्ण)
Example Sentence: Synonyms: petty, limited
A boy was mauled by a lion at Lucknow Antonyms: cosmopolitan, liberal
Zoo. Example Sentence:
A parochial approach is not enough to get
5. CIPHER (NOUN): Nonexistence : success in life.
(शून्य)
Synonyms: nonentity, nobody
Antonyms: entity, somebody
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(ADJECTIVE): Declining : (पपछडा हुआ)
Synonyms: reverting, deteriorating
Antonyms: forward, positive
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Antonyms: blockage, hindrance
1. KEEL (VERB): turn over on its side : Example Sentence:
(उलटना) The spiritual Guru has just finished his
sermon.
Synonyms: plunge, overturn
Antonyms: ascend, straighten
7. WADE (VERB): walk with effort
Example Sentence:
It might keel at any minute, we must through liquid: (प्रकट रूप से )
aware of it. Synonyms: paddle, drudge
Antonyms: avoid, dodge
2. COALESCENCE (NOUN): clotting: Example Sentence:
(थक्के) As we wade gingerly across to the other
bank, we realize we would be lost without
Synonyms: clump, cluster
the boys.
Antonyms: individual, opening
Example Sentence:
8. OSTENSIBLY (ADVERB): apparently
By coalescence of the endoderm-layers,
Synonyms: evidently, seemingly
the coelenteron may be reduced to vessels.
Antonyms: improbably, unlikely
Example Sentence:
3. INAUGURATION (NOUN): launch:
Ostensibly, this is being done to make
(उद्घाटन) educational facilities available.
Synonyms: commencement, induction
Antonyms: conclusion, adjournment 9. PITHY (ADJECTIVE): vigorously
Example Sentence: expressive: (सारगर्भित)
The minister inaugurated the programme.
Synonyms: cogent, concise
Antonyms: impotent, lengthy
4. RESUMPTION (NOUN): restart:
Example Sentence:
(पुनरारं भ ) None liked his pithy comments.
Synonyms: revival, resurgence
Antonyms: destruction, suppression 10. PILLAGE (VERB): rob a place using
Example Sentence: violence: (लूटना)
He made an early resumption of peace and
Synonyms: loot, maraud
talks.
Antonyms: receive, construct
Example Sentence:
5. SIZABLE (ADJECTIVE): fairly large:
Those people pillaged the town.
(बडा)
Synonyms: extensive, hefty
Antonyms: tiny, small
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religious subject: (धर्मोपदे श )
Synonyms: lesson, preaching
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1. INEQUITY (NOUN): unfairness: well supplied with something : (भरा हुआ)
(असमता) Synonyms: awash, rife
Synonyms: injustice, partiality Antonyms: empty, unfilled
Antonyms: equity, fairness Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: History is replete with odious instances of
We are not doing inequity with the countries that have differentiated between
employees. citizens in the past.

2. DEVASTATING (ADJECTIVE): highl 7. THRIVE (VERB): prosper: (कामयाब


y destructive or damaging: (भयानक) होना)
Synonyms: calamitous, disastrous Synonyms: flourish, bloom
Antonyms: blessed, fortunate Antonyms: cease, decrease
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
The devastating effects of these civil wars It appears to believe that English can’t
were most disastrous to the trade. thrive as long as French survives.
3. EXPLOITATION (NOUN): misuse: 8. MAGNANIMOUS (ADJECTIVE): gen
(शोषण) erous: (उदार)
Synonyms: ill-treatment, wringing Synonyms: altruistic, charitable
Antonyms: hospitable, generous Antonyms: mean, selfish
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
It was an exploitation of the patented The panel is more magnanimous than
invention. Article 120(2).
4. RENEGE (VERB): go back on a 9. PALPABLE (ADJECTIVE): visible:
promise: (इनकार करना) (स्पष्ट)
Synonyms: reverse, welsh Synonyms: noticeable, credible
Antonyms: correction, accuracy Antonyms: ambiguous, doubtful
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
People have reneged on a core promise The committee’s fervour is palpable in
laid out in the preamble of the every recommendation.
constitution.
10. STRIVE (VERB): make great efforts
5. STIGMATISE (VERB): disgrace:
to achieve something : (प्रयास करना)
(भर्तससना करना)
Synonyms: aim, attempt
Synonyms: defame, denounce Antonyms: neglect, dissuade
Antonyms: exalt, praise Example Sentence:
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1. IMPUNITY (NOUN): immunity: (दण्ड This incident is regarded by posterity as
an aberration rather than a precedent.
से मुक्ति)
Synonyms: dispensation, freedom 7. PREROGATIVE (NOUN): right:
Antonyms: imprisonment, incarceration (परमाचिकार)
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: immunity, advantage
The country cannot be so opaque to
Antonyms: duty, obligation
history as to say no sale.
Example Sentence:
He is the person who has the prerogative
2. HEREAFTER (ADVERB): from now
to instruct everyone.
on: (इसके बाद)
Synonyms: hence, eventually 8. CONFER (VERB): consult: (मन्त्िणा
Antonyms: incompletely, moderately
Example Sentence: करना)
These people will hereafter be allowed to Synonyms: huddle, negotiate
enter our territory. Antonyms: refuse, dishonour
Example Sentence:
3. UNFURL (VERB): unfold: (खोलना) This community has conferred on a
particular brief.
synonyms: unroll. unwind
Antonyms: close, conceal
9. VOUCHSAFE (VERB): grant
Example Sentence:
Kaushik unfolded the map and laid it out something to someone: (सम्माननि करना)
on the table. Synonyms: award, bestow
Antonyms: reject, veto
4. LENIENCY (NOUN): mercy: (उदारिा) Example Sentence:
He wondered whether the government
Synonyms: tolerance, charity
would vouchsafe him.
Antonyms: cruelty, meanness
Example Sentence:
This is not the matter in which we can 10. TENET (NOUN): principle: (ससदिाां ि)
show leniency. Synonyms: credo, assumption
Antonyms: reality, unbelief
5. DELINEATE (VERB): describe Example Sentence:
precisely: (चित्रिि करना) Our texts, tenets and traditions mark a
departure from modern experience.
Synonyms: define, limn
Antonyms: confuse, distort
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The judge delineated the composition of
the bench to hear the case.

6. POSTERITY (NOUN): all future


generation of people: (भावी पीढ़ी)
Synonyms: progeny, lineage
Antonyms: parent, past
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6. REPLETE (ADJECTIVE): filled or
1. INEQUITY (NOUN): unfairness: well supplied with something : (भरा हुआ)
(असमता) Synonyms: awash, rife
Synonyms: injustice, partiality Antonyms: empty, unfilled
Antonyms: equity, fairness Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: History is replete with odious instances of
We are not doing inequity with the countries that have differentiated between
employees. citizens in the past.

2. DEVASTATING (ADJECTIVE): highl 7. THRIVE (VERB): prosper: (कामयाब


y destructive or damaging: (भयानक) होना)
Synonyms: calamitous, disastrous Synonyms: flourish, bloom
Antonyms: blessed, fortunate Antonyms: cease, decrease
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
The devastating effects of these civil wars It appears to believe that English can’t
were most disastrous to the trade. thrive as long as French survives.
3. EXPLOITATION (NOUN): misuse: 8. MAGNANIMOUS (ADJECTIVE): gen
(शोषण) erous: (उदार)
Synonyms: ill-treatment, wringing Synonyms: altruistic, charitable
Antonyms: hospitable, generous Antonyms: mean, selfish
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
It was an exploitation of the patented The panel is more magnanimous than
invention. Article 120(2).
4. RENEGE (VERB): go back on a 9. PALPABLE (ADJECTIVE): visible:
promise: (इनकार करना) (स्पष्ट)
Synonyms: reverse, welsh Synonyms: noticeable, credible
Antonyms: correction, accuracy Antonyms: ambiguous, doubtful
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
People have reneged on a core promise The committee’s fervour is palpable in
laid out in the preamble of the every recommendation.
constitution.
10. STRIVE (VERB): make great efforts
5. STIGMATISE (VERB): disgrace:
to achieve something : (प्रयास करना)
(भर्तससना करना)
Synonyms: aim, attempt
Synonyms: defame, denounce Antonyms: neglect, dissuade
Antonyms: exalt, praise Example Sentence:
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7. CANDID (ADJECTIVE): honest :
1. ROGUISH (ADJECTIVE): deceitful : (स्पष्टवादी)
(धोखेबाज) Synonyms: blunt, forthright
Synonyms: devilish, playful Antonyms: biased, tactful
Antonyms: real, valid Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: His candid effort towards making his
What a roguish pair of eyes! country great.

2. CONTEMPTUOUS (ADJECTIVE): 8. TRICKY (ADJECTIVE): complicated :


arrogant : (तिरस्कारपूर्ण) (छर्ी)
Synonyms: disdainful, haughty Synonyms: complex, critical
Antonyms: humble, praising Antonyms: certain, direct
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
He is a very contemptuous person. This question is too tricky to solve.

3. CHEEKY (ADJECTIVE): impudent : 9. OBDURATE (ADJECTIVE): stubborn


(तिर्णज्ज) : (हठी)
Synonyms: bold, brash Synonyms: adamant, bullhead
Antonyms: afraid, fearful Antonyms: gentle, submissive
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
What will you do cheeky boy? Obdurate boys do not get everything that
they want.
4. MEEK (ADJECTIVE): shy : (िम्र)
10. DOGGED (ADJECTIVE): determined
Synonyms: docile, gentle
Antonyms: bold, brave : (दृढ़)
Example Sentence: Synonyms: relentless, resolute
He was rejected because of his meek Antonyms: irresolute, weak
nature. Example Sentence:
He is a dogged person for his work.
5. SERENE (ADJECTIVE): calm : (शाांि)
Synonyms: comfortable, composed
Antonyms: agitated, annoyed
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6. IMPORTUNATE
(ADJECTIVE): demanding : (हठी)
Synonyms: burning, crying
Antonyms: unimportant, relaxed
Example Sentence:
This is an importunate thing.
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Antonyms: austere, bland
1. GLOSS OVER (VERB): fail to do : Example Sentence:
(उपे क्षा) She cooks luscious food.
Synonyms: bypass, disregard
7. SAVORY (ADJECTIVE): pleasing :
Antonyms: attend, regard
Example Sentence: (दिलकश)
Shreyansh handed over the résumé that Synonyms: aromatic, fragrant
glossed over the applicant's lack of Antonyms: stinking, sour
experience. Example Sentence:
His savory attitude will help him to
2. SOOTHE (VERB): calm : get promotion.
Synonyms: allay, appease
Antonyms: aggravate, agitate 8. MELLOW (ADJECTIVE): ripe :
Example Sentence: (पररपक्व)
He tried his best to soothe his wife. Synonyms: delicate, soft
Antonyms: harsh, healthy
3. DULCIFY (VERB): pacify : (शाांत Example Sentence:
करना) She was staring at the mellow evening
sky.
Synonyms: assuage, curb
Antonyms: incite, irritate
Example Sentence: 9. DWINDLE (VERB): wane : (िर्
ु बल
He dulcified his hunger by eating apple. होना)
Synonyms: abate, decay
4. Antonyms: develop, enhance
EBULLIENT (ADJECTIVE): enthusiastic Example Sentence:
: (आनन्दित) Water the plant otherwise it will dwindle
Synonyms: brash, chipper very soon.
Antonyms: depressed, down
Example Sentence: 10. SHRINK (VERB): become smaller :
Ebullient wolf made everyone tensed. (ससकुड़ना)
Synonyms: decrease, diminish
5. Antonyms: enlarge, extend
EFFERVESCENT (ADJECTIVE): fizzing Example Sentence:
: (चमकता हु आ) I saw a virus through microscope, it was
Synonyms: bubbly, airy shrinking.
Antonyms: inactive, flat
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6. LUSCIOUS (ADJECTIVE): delicious :


(सुस्वाि)
Synonyms: juicy, lush
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Antonyms: disjoin, disconnect
1. BALK (VERB): Prevent : (स्र्कावट Example Sentence:
I articulate his company once in a blue
डालना) moon.
Synonyms: obstruct, hinder
Antonyms: allow, permit 7. ARID (ADJECTIVE): Parched: (शुष्क)
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: dreary, dry
Somehow I managed to balk laughing.
Antonyms: humid, damp
Example Sentence:
2. AVOW (VERB): Acknowledge: (खुलकर This time I am arid in telling you fables
कहना) otherwise I know the ropes.
Synonyms: declare, concede
Antonyms: ignore, refuse 8. AVID (ADJECTIVE): Ardent: (उत्सु क)
Example Sentence: Synonyms: devoted, fervent
Nobody avows my work, moreover I don’t Antonyms: apathetic, cold
like to blow my own trumpet. Example Sentence:
He is an avid man with larger than life
3. AUGUST (ADJECTIVE): Acclaimed: perspective.
(प्रतापी)
9. ARCANE (ADJECTIVE): Hidden:
Synonyms: grand, eminent
Antonyms: ignoble, despicable (रहस्य का)
Example Sentence: Synonyms: mystic, occult
He is an august man I think Police is Antonyms: known, familiar
barking up the wrong tree. Example Sentence:
I can’t paint to save my life it’s
4. ALACRITY (NOUN): Promptness: my arcane weakness.
(तत्परता)
Synonyms: alertness, avidity 10. ADDLE (VERB): Confuse: (घबडाया
Antonyms: dullness, lethargy हुआ)
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: baffle, befuddle
India showed alacrity in extending the
Antonyms: explain, clarify
olive branch to Pakistan.
Example Sentence:
Everybody witnessed, you
5. ADO (NOUN): Fuss: (हलचल) got addled yesterday, your debate had
Synonyms: bother, confusion more holes than a swiss cheese.
Antonyms: calm, peace
Example Sentence:
It has made great ado already, let’s call it a
day.
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Synonyms: join, integrate
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Antonyms: leading, preceding
1. REPROBATE Example Sentence:
(ADJECTIVE): Shameless: (नीच) We had no place to live in the wake of the
fire.
Synonyms: corrupt, wanton
Antonyms: honest, decent
7. AGILE (ADJECTIVE): Flexible:
Example Sentence:
Only a reprobate man would kill an old (चुस्र्त)
woman. Synonyms: lithe, supple
Antonym: rigid, stiff
2. CAPRICE (NOUN): Sudden change of Example Sentence:
behaviour: (सनक) Monkey is an agile animal.
Synonyms: contrariety,
8. SHOVE OFF (VERB): Leave quickly :
crotchet
Antonyms: constancy, normality (घनकास)
Example Sentence: Synonyms: depart, exit
I am fed up of your caprice now. Antonyms: arrive, come
Example Sentence:
3. GIG (NOUN): Employment: (छोटा काम) As soon as the police arrives the goons
shove off from the bank.
Synonyms: job, engagement
Antonyms: unemployment, economic-
9. SALACIOUS (ADJECTIVE): Indecent:
decline
Example Sentence: (गं दा)
A gig of a basketball coach has been Synonyms: vulgar, lewd
published on the website today. Antonyms: moral, decent
Example Sentence:
4.NAUSEOUS The salacious ruffians made filthy remarks
(ADJECTIVE): Disgusting: (घिनौना) on her.
Synonyms: abhorrent, brackish
Antonyms: nice, soothing 10. PULL UP (VERB): Stop: ((व्यक्तर्त,
Example Sentence: िोड़े, गाडी को) रोकना)
Spitting everywhere is a nauseous habit Synonyms: halt, pause
usually found in youth. Antonyms: continue, go
Example Sentence:
5. HEGEMONY (NOUN): Dominion: This old orthodox practice should be pulled
(नायकत्व) up now.
Synonyms: authority, leadership
Antonyms: subservience, powerlessness
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6. IN WAKE OF (ADJECTIVE): Being
next: (अनुवर्ती)
Synonyms: subsequent, succeeding
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Synonyms: grandeur, elegance
1. PRIGGISH (ADJECTIVE): smug : Antonyms: crudeness, imbalance
(दम्भी) Example Sentence:
I see the majestic Atticism in her
Synonyms: pompous, stuffy
personality.
Antonyms: dissatisfied, discontented
Example Sentence:
7. AUSTERITY (NOUN): severity in
I had to meet a priggish person in the
train. manner : (आत्मसं यम)
Synonyms: acerbity, asperity
2. INURE (VERB): accustom someone to Antonyms: informality, mildness
something esp. unpleasant : (सहनशील Example Sentence:
The austerity of the politician was well
बनाना) renowned.
Synonyms: acclimate, toughen
Antonyms: neglect, soften 8. ARTIFICE (NOUN): clever act :
Example Sentence: (चालाकी)
A continuation of the exclusion of these
Synonyms: maneuver, gimmick
people from their lands should not inure to
Antonyms: candor, honesty
the benefit of the wrongdoers.
Example Sentence:
These pictures are full of artifice.
3. ONSLAUGHT (NOUN): attack :
(हमला)
9. VALOUR (NOUN): courage : (वीरता)
Synonyms: onrush, invasion
Synonyms: firmness, fortitude
Antonyms: retreat, defense
Antonyms: cowardice, timidity
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
The people suddenly made an onslaught
His valor impressed everyone.
on him.
10. VIGILANT (ADJECTIVE): attentive :
4.REPINE (VERB): complain : (शशकायत
(जागरूक)
करना) Synonyms: observant, cautious
Synonyms: grumble, lament Antonyms: heedless, impulsive
Antonyms: compliment, praise Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: I am very vigilant while writing a letter.
He always repines about his peer.

5. CABOODLE (NOUN): collection of


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Antonyms: individual, one
Example Sentence:
I have a caboodle of great books.

6. ATTICISM (NOUN): grace : (लाशलत्य)