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Vocabulary Words- 01.05.2018

\ Vocabulary Words- 01.05.2018 1. MOLLYCODDLE (VERB): pamper Synonyms: overprotect, cater to Antonyms: ignore, neglect


Synonyms: overprotect, cater to Antonyms: ignore, neglect Example Sentence:

I found school very difficult, and realized I'd been mollycoddled at home.

2. GROUSE (NOUN): complaint

Synonyms: gripe, grouch Antonyms: praise, compliment Example Sentence:

I have no grouse against my wife.

3. OPPRESS (VERB): subdue

Synonyms: torment, trample Antonyms: encourage, aid Example Sentence:

The tyrant general oppressed his people.

4. CANNY (ADJECTIVE): clever

Synonyms: dexterous, adroit Antonyms: foolish, idiotic Example Sentence:

Chintan is a canny person.


Synonyms: timid, hesitant Antonyms: confident, brave Example Sentence:

Varun was a diffident child in such a large family.


Synonyms: arcane, esoteric Antonyms: definite, obvious Example Sentence:

When Sachin spoke, his words were cryptic to all those in the room.


Synonyms: nervy, edgy Antonyms: unworried, composed

Example Sentence:

Your uptight behavior can get you rejected in an interview.

7. DRIP (VERB): drop

Synonyms: dribble, drizzle Antonyms: collect, pour Example Sentence:

Everyone must ensure that water doesn’t drips away uselessly.

8. PERVADE (VERB): spread through

Synonyms: infuse, permeate Antonyms: block, hinder Example Sentence:

The poison must be blocked before it pervades Ridhima’s vital organs.

9. KUDOS (NOUN): praise

Synonyms: applause, eminence Antonyms: condemnation, denunciation Example Sentence:

Meenakshi was looking for kudos rather than profit.

10. DISGORGE (VERB): vomit Synonyms: discharge, regurgitate Antonyms: suck, consume Example Sentence:

Nidhi was disgorging whatever she was eating.

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Vocabulary Words- 02.05.2018

\ Vocabulary Words- 02.05.2018 1. ACQUISITION (NOUN): obtaining Synonyms: gain, receiving Antonyms: loss, failure

1. ACQUISITION (NOUN): obtaining

Synonyms: gain, receiving Antonyms: loss, failure Example Sentence: There was an acquisition

among travel agents.

2. HOSTILITY (NOUN): antagonism

Synonyms: aggression, meanness Antonyms: friendship, goodwill Example Sentence: Their hostility is to all outsiders.

3. EVOKE (VERB): induce

Synonyms: arouse, stimulate Antonyms: calm, repress Example Sentence: She is evoked in India when a house is being built to ensure its completion.


Synonyms: energise, invigorate Antonyms: destroy, bore Example Sentence: An ambulance crew tried to resuscitate him.


(ADJECTIVE): opposing Synonyms: adverse, antipathetic Antonyms: agreeable, friendly Example Sentence: I faced the adversarial nature of the party candidates.

6. REVOCATION (NOUN): annulment

Synonyms: abrogation, cancellation Antonyms: approval, confirmation Example Sentence: For those who break the law, revocation of their business license may result.

7. IMPUNITY (NOUN): freedom

Synonyms: immunity, exception Antonyms: denial, prohibition

Example Sentence:

The impunity enjoyed by them implicated in animals killing.


indestructible Synonyms: enduring, lasting Antonyms: strong, healthy Example Sentence: The story made an indelible impression on me.


Synonyms: initiate, launch Antonyms: end, finish Example Sentence: He is spearheading a campaign to reduce the number of accidents at work.

10. IMPOUND (VERB): confine Synonyms: imprison, seize Antonyms: free, let go Example Sentence: Unfortunately, those people will be impounded in the prison.

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Vocabulary Words- 03.05.2018

\ Vocabulary Words- 03.05.2018 1. DEMURE (ADJECTIVE): ( संकोची ) Reserved Synonyms: Timid, Reticent


(संकोची) Reserved Synonyms: Timid, Reticent Antonyms: Bold, Brave Example Sentence:

Swastika is too outgoing for anyone to ever accuse her of being demure.

2. DEFILE (VERB): (मैला कर देना) To

make impure or dirty Synonyms: Contaminate, Degrade Antonyms: Cleanse, Upgrade Example Sentence:

Everybody knows smoking weed defiles one’s body.

3. SIEGE (VERB): (परेशान करना)

Harass Synonyms: Beset, Badger Antonyms: Aid, Assist Example Sentence:

They was sieging other students over new stationery.

4. PERUSE (VERB): (अवलोकन करना)

Examine Synonyms: Scrutinize, Inspect Antonyms: Ignore, Overlook Example Sentence:

The case history was being perused by the FBI.


(ववश्लेषणात्मक) Logical Synonyms: Rational, Level Headed Antonyms: Careless, Thoughtless Example Sentence:

Mathur’s approach is very analytical.

6. CRIMP (VERB): (ससकोड़ना) Fold

Synonyms: Crinkle, Wrinkle

Antonyms: Smooth, Straighten Example Sentence:

Don’t crimp the pages of my notebook.


(भयानक) Terrible Synonyms: Dreadful, Awful Antonyms: Good, Mild Example Sentence:

The situation of draught has become dire.


Synonyms: Deluge, Upsurge Antonyms: decline, decrease Example Sentence:

Sudden surge was seen in dollar in the stock exchange.

SURGE (NOUN): (व द्धि)



Synonyms: Sinful, Vicious Antonyms: Kind, Pleasing Example sentence:

To call that new students names, was not only mean, but nefarious.

ष्ट, टटल) Very Evil And Wicked

10. PLEBEIAN (NOUN): (सववसािारण) Not worthy of the upper classes. Synonyms: Mediocre, Ordinary Antonyms: Extraordinary, Aristocratic Example Sentence:

My spoiled cousins called the restaurant a plebeian place.

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\ Vocabulary Words- 04.05.2018 6. DAINTY (ADJECTIVE): ( सूक्ष्म ) delicately small and pretty Synonyms:
\ Vocabulary Words- 04.05.2018 6. DAINTY (ADJECTIVE): ( सूक्ष्म ) delicately small and pretty Synonyms:


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6. DAINTY (ADJECTIVE): (सूक्ष्म)

delicately small and pretty Synonyms: petite, cute Antonyms: ugly, repulsive Example Sentence:

The puppy’s dainty nose looked very cute, convincing everybody’s to love it.

1. SNITCH (VERB): (प्रकट करना) reveal

Synonyms: divulge, evince Antonyms: conceal, suppress Example Sentence:

Today Akshima is going to snitch her secret.

2. HUSTLER (NOUN): (अपराधी

व्यक्ति) criminal Synonyms: desperado, felon Antonyms: police, law Example Sentence:

He is the denounced hustler of this locality.

7. ABLUTION (NOUN): (स्नान, मज्जन)

the act of washing Synonyms: cleansing, decontamination Antonyms: contamination, pollution Example Sentence:

Mina performed the ablution of the wound and applied some disinfectant to avoid further infection.

3. ASTRAY (ADVERB): (गुमराह, भूला-

भटका) afield Synonyms: adrift, off target Antonyms: stable, anchored Example Sentence:

The gunman claimed that the shots had gone astray.

8. AMBLE (VERB): (टहलना) to walk

casually Synonyms: stroll, wander Antonym: rush, dash Example Sentence:

Rashmi rather ambled through the halls than attend the session.

4. DESPOTISM (NOUN): (िानाशाही)

absolute power Synonyms: autocracy, dictatorship Antonyms: democracy, equalitarianism Example Sentence:

After their generations living under despotism, citizens were happy to see a kind emperor.

9. COVET (VERB): (ललचाना) to greatly

desire something you lack Synonyms: crave, fancy to Antonyms: abjure, hate Example Sentence:

Vikram tends to covet quality time with his family.

10. RECONNOITER (VERB): (खोजना) to survey a place or situation for planning purposes Synonyms: inspect, examine Antonyms: ignore, overlook Example Sentence:

One should constantly reconnoiter one’s enemy’s movements.

5. HOODWINK (VERB): (छलना) to

deceive someone Synonyms: mislead, swindle Antonyms: support, safeguard Example Sentence:

Insurance deals often hoodwink customers by making hollow promises.

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Vocabulary Words- 05.05.2018 1. SWAMP (NOUN): ( कीचड़ ) quagmire Synonyms: marshland, lowland Antonyms: clean

Vocabulary Words- 05.05.2018

Vocabulary Words- 05.05.2018 1. SWAMP (NOUN): ( कीचड़ ) quagmire Synonyms: marshland, lowland Antonyms: clean

1. SWAMP (NOUN): (कीचड़)

quagmire Synonyms: marshland, lowland Antonyms: clean land, clear Example Sentence:

This area is full of sump so it smells fouls all the time.



bitterness or irritation Synonyms: annoy, embitter Antonym: comfort, pacify Example Sentence:

Sarika was rankled by his assertion.

(खिजाना/चचढ़ाना) to cause

3. AKIN (ADJECTIVE): (समान)

similar in nature Synonyms: analogous, comparable Antonyms: dissimilar, unlike Example Sentence:

Something akin to gratitude overwhelmed her.


(ADJECTIVE): (प्राचीन) old and no longer useful Synonyms: primitive, old-fashioned Antonyms: modern, up-to-date Example Sentence:

In comparison to portable laptop typewriters are archaic.

5. CONCORD (NOUN): (समझौता) a

state of accord or agreement Synonyms: unanimity, harmony Antonyms: disagreement, agitation Example sentence:

the two countries signed a pact of peace and concord.


(ADJECTIVE): (बेअदब) blunt in manner or harsh speech Synonyms: gruff, discourteous Antonyms: polite, kind Example Sentence:

His child is brusque and impatient.

7. FRACAS (NOUN): (दंगा/कोलाहल) a

noisy disagreement Synonyms: commotion, disturbance Antonyms: agreement, harmony Example Sentence:

The students were suspended from the class when they started a fracas.

8. FIAT (NOUN): (आज्ञाप्तत) order

Synonyms: command, dictum Antonyms: opposition, denial Example Sentence:

The CM’s latest fiat prohibits the chewing of tobacco in office.

9. ENNUI (NOUN): (थकान) boredom

Synonyms: tedium, languor Antonyms: excitement, liveliness Example Sentence:

Eaten up by ennui at his workplace, he decided to go on a vacation.

10. EFFIGY (NOUN): (पुतला) dummy Synonyms: statue, figure Antonyms: entity, being Example Sentence:

The fringe set fire to an effigy of the director.

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\ Vocabulary Words- 06.05.2018 Example Sentence: They spoke many ambiguous statements. 1. AMBIDEXTROUS (ADJECTIVE): (
\ Vocabulary Words- 06.05.2018 Example Sentence: They spoke many ambiguous statements. 1. AMBIDEXTROUS (ADJECTIVE): (


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Example Sentence:

They spoke many ambiguous statements.


(ADJECTIVE): (उभयहस्त) able to use both hands well; very skillful Synonyms: versatile, facile Antonyms: clumsy, maladroit Example Sentence:

A teacher comes across a student who displays ambidextrous abilities when the student is taught to write.

7. COERCION (NOUN): (दबाव)

compulsion Synonyms: intimidation, duress Antonyms: freedom, liberty Example Sentence:

They surrendered due to the coercion faced by them.

2. AUGMENT (VERB): (बढ़ाना) expand

Synonyms: enlarge, amplify Antonyms: diminish, decrease Example Sentence:

We need to augment the capacity of the employees.


specific Synonyms: unambiguous, precise Antonyms: unreliable, vague Example Sentence:

We need to define explicit objectives first in order to achieve them.

3. AGONY (NOUN): (व्यथा) suffering

Synonyms: anguish, torment Antonyms: contentment, comfort Example Sentence:

A lot of agony was faced by the victim’s family.


charming Synonyms: appealing, delightful Antonyms: repulsive, unattractive Example Sentence:

She gave him her most winsome smile.

4. SUBDUED (ADJECTIVE): (वशीभूत)

quiet/controlled Synonyms: hushed, muted Antonyms: boisterous, communicative Example Sentence:

Anil was subdued by his boss.

10. DEPLOY (VERB): (तैनात करना) to position/arrange/utilize Synonyms: station, organize Antonyms: remove, reposition Example Sentence:

We have to deploy anti-missile shield over the whole country.

5. UPRISING (NOUN): (ववद्रोह) mutiny

Synonyms: rebellion, revolt Antonyms: harmony, obedience Example Sentence:

We have witnessed many uprisings in the past.

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(ADJECTIVE): (अस्पष्ट) unclear Synonyms: enigmatic, puzzling Antonyms: determined, unambiguous

\ Vocabulary Words- 07.05.2018 They were comparatively civil to their son. 1. ODIUM (NOUN): (
\ Vocabulary Words- 07.05.2018 They were comparatively civil to their son. 1. ODIUM (NOUN): (


Vocabulary Words- 07.05.2018

They were comparatively civil to their son.

1. ODIUM (NOUN): (घिनौना) loathing

Synonyms: abhorrence, disgust Antonyms: affection, liking Example Sentence:

After getting out of prison, the child molester still had to deal with odium from his neighbors.


(ADJECTIVE): (अंतिर्शनात्मक)

thoughtful Synonyms: reflective, insightful Antonyms: unthoughtful, stupid Example Sentence:

They have to select the most introspective methods to complete the task.

2. METTLE (NOUN): (घिलेरी) boldness

Synonyms: fortitude, spunk Antonyms: timidity, cowardice Example Sentence:

The team showed their true mettle in the second half.


(ADJECTIVE): (घवनीत/संकोची) drab, quiet Synonyms: bashful, dull Antonyms: extroverted, fancy Example Sentence:

Everything you need to know but have been too mousy to ask.

3. PELT (VERB): (वेग सेफ़ेकना) hurl

Synonyms: bombard, pound Antonyms: block, catch Example Sentence:

He pelted stones at the strangers.

9. SHAMBLES (NOUN): (अव्यवस्था) a

mess Synonyms: disarray, chaos Antonyms: harmony, order Example Sentence:

Snow caused shambles in the region.

4. OPPRESSION (NOUN): (उत्पीड़न)

misery Synonyms: despotism, maltreatment Antonyms: kindness, affection Example Sentence:

Pakistan is nation that is known for its oppression.

10. SQUABBLE (NOUN): (लड़ाई/झगड़ा) argument Synonyms: altercation, difference Antonyms: accord, similarity Example Sentence:

I don’t want to be engaged in the family squabbles.


(जकड़ना/कसना) inhibit

Synonyms: circumscribe, astringe Antonyms: loosen, liberate Example Sentence:

They constricted our rights because we were doing what’s correct.

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6. CIVIL (ADJECTIVE): (सभ्य) gentle

Synonyms: cordial, courteous Antonyms: unmannerly, impolite Example Sentence:

Vocabulary Words- 08.05.2018 1. COARSE (ADJECTIVE): ( अशिष्ट ) rude Synonyms: discourteous, uncouth

Vocabulary Words- 08.05.2018

Vocabulary Words- 08.05.2018 1. COARSE (ADJECTIVE): ( अशिष्ट ) rude Synonyms: discourteous, uncouth

1. COARSE (ADJECTIVE): (अशिष्ट)

rude Synonyms: discourteous, uncouth Antonyms: refined, decent Example Sentence:

We should avoid using coarse language especially for females.


रूप से) not completely

Synonyms: partially, halfway Antonyms: wholly, totally Example Sentence:

We have piecemeal completed the tasks given to us by the boss.

3. GLIMPSE (NOUN): (झलक) brief

look Synonyms: peek, glance Antonyms: stare, scrutiny Example Sentence:

Try to make your parents’ life easy because they won’t let you see a glimpse of problems.

4. EVANESCE (VERB): (गायब हो

जाना) disappear

Synonyms: dissolve, fade Antonyms: appear, arrive Example Sentence:

The cold weather conditions have evanesced nowadays.


(ADJECTIVE): (नक़ली) fake

Synonyms: counterfeit, artificial Antonyms: authentic, genuine Example Sentence:

Beware of spurious things for sale in the market because they can harm you.

6. MALICE (NOUN): (द्वेष/

hatred Synonyms: antipathy, grudge


Antonyms: benevolence, kindness Example Sentence:

I bear no malice towards anybody.


(ADJECTIVE): (सहायक) favorable

Synonyms: contributive, useful Antonyms: unfavorable, hindering Example Sentence:

It will be conducive for Atul if you tell him what to do.

8. VALOUR (NOUN): (वीरता) bravery

Synonyms: heroism, courage Antonyms: cowardice, meekness Example Sentence:

Marathas’ valour is well known.

9. MISGIVING (NOUN): (संदेह)

doubt Synonyms: distrust, cynicism Antonyms: certainty, confidence Example Sentence:

His actions raised a lot of misgiving hence, we called the police. 10. GENIAL (ADJECTIVE): (शिलनसार) friendly Synonyms: cheerful, amiable Antonyms: hostile, unfriendly Example Sentence:

It is always great to work with genial people.

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Vocabulary Words- 09.05.2018 1. DALLY (VERB): ( देर करना ) delay Synonyms: linger, loiter Antonyms:

Vocabulary Words- 09.05.2018

Vocabulary Words- 09.05.2018 1. DALLY (VERB): ( देर करना ) delay Synonyms: linger, loiter Antonyms:

1. DALLY (VERB): (देर करना) delay

Synonyms: linger, loiter Antonyms: hurry, hasten Example Sentence:

She'd dallied upstairs long enough to put on a Jacket.


(ADJECTIVE): (मिलनसार) sociable Synonyms: friendly, good-natured Antonyms: unsociable, unfriendly Example Sentence:

We must try to be congenial in our lives so that we can earn a good image in the society.

3. ALLOCATION (NOUN): (आवंटन)

allotment Synonyms: distribution, appropriation Antonyms: retention, acquisition Example Sentence:

They will take care of the allocation for the resources, don’t worry.

4. FRAGMENTED (VERB): (तोड़ना)

break into pieces Synonyms: shatter, disintegrate Antonyms: combine, unite Example Sentence:

Lough Erne fragmented into a series of lakes.


(ADJECTIVE): (भूलने वाला) unconcerned Synonyms: ignorant, inattentive Antonyms: concerned, attentive Example Sentence:

The people who are oblivious to others, are bound to be treated badly.

6. GALL (NOUN): (ध्रष्टता) arrogance

Synonyms: impudence, brazenness Antonyms: humility, modesty

Example Sentence:

Anuj’s gall is the reason of his failure and he needs to improve it.


(ADJECTIVE): (किज़ोर) weak Synonyms: feeble, frail Antonyms: strong, firm Example Sentence:

His body structure his extremely fragile and he is unable to handle heavy things.

8. ALTAR (NOUN): (वेदी) church

table Synonyms: shrine, chantry Antonyms: playroom, club Example Sentence:

Today, the priest placed our offerings on the altar and everything vanished.


hard-working Synonyms: persevering, tireless Antonyms: careless, ignorant Example Sentence:

We need to be diligent regarding our tasks for becoming successful in life. 10. HURDLE (NOUN): (बाधा) obstacle Synonyms: snag, barricade Antonyms: aid, assistance Example Sentence:

There are many hurdles in life, we need to bulldoze them with our actions.

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Vocabulary Words- 10.05.2018 1. IGNOMINIOUS (ADJECTIVE): ( अपयशपूर्ण ) humiliating Synonyms:

Vocabulary Words- 10.05.2018

Vocabulary Words- 10.05.2018 1. IGNOMINIOUS (ADJECTIVE): ( अपयशपूर्ण ) humiliating Synonyms:


(ADJECTIVE): (अपयशपूर्ण)

humiliating Synonyms: embarrassing, disgraceful Antonyms: respectable, honorable Example Sentence:

The family was very embarrassed about their son’s ignominious behavior at the gathering.


(ADJECTIVE): (प्रसिद्ध) famous Synonyms: esteemed, eminent Antonyms: insignificant, unimportant Example Sentence:

Number of illustrious players have lead this team.

3. IMPORTUNE (VERB): (ज़ोर देना)

insist Synonyms: demand, beseech Antonym: dissuade, prevent Example Sentence:

The players were importuned by the coach to run another mile.


(ADJECTIVE): (गुस्ताख) shameless

Synonyms: brazen, audacious Antonyms: humble, polite Example Sentence:

The impudent student had the nerve to counter the principal’s order.


(ADJECTIVE): (अिुविधाजनक) inconvenient Synonyms: uncomfortable, awkward Antonyms: convenient, handy Example Sentence:

The incommodious mattress caused me severe back ache.

6. PLIGHT (NOUN): (दविधाु

dilemma Synonyms: quandary, impasse Antonyms: boon, blessing Example Sentence:

The international community should do more to protect the plight of these people.

7. RATIFY (VERB): (पुष्टि करना)

corroborate Synonyms: validate, approve Antonyms: veto, disapprove Example Sentence:

A number of countries have refused to

ratify the treaty.


(ADJECTIVE): (अत्यधधक) extravagant Synonyms: outrageous, extreme Antonyms: inexpensive, moderate Example Sentence:

The President is right in pointing how the exorbitant cost of child care can be devastating for families.

9. RUPTURE (VERB): (िूिना) break

Synonyms: breach, split Antonyms: join, connect Example Sentence:

The emperor Leo, ruptured the fortress

of his enemy.

10. PLETHORA (NOUN): (अधधकता) excess Synonyms: profusion, overabundance Antonyms: scarcity, rarity Example Sentence:

There are plethora of groups that track and publish this kind of information.


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\ Vocabulary Words- 11.05.2018 The dearth of resources forced the company to shut down. 1.
\ Vocabulary Words- 11.05.2018 The dearth of resources forced the company to shut down. 1.


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The dearth of resources forced the company to shut down.

1. CYNIC (NOUN): (

िंदक) nonbeliever

Synonyms: doubter, skeptic Antonyms: believer, optimist Example Sentence:

Sakshi is a cynic.


तक) widely

Synonyms: broadly, greatly Antonyms: minutely, marginally Example Sentence:

The scheme extensively benefitted the masses.

2. YEARNING (NOUN): (इच्छा) desire

Synonyms: aspiration, craving Antonyms: apathy, disinterest Example Sentence:

His success satisfied his yearning.

8. COINCIDE (VERB): (सहमत हो

along with Synonyms: concur, harmonize Antonyms: deviate, dissent Example Sentence:

We can coincide with our competitors.

) go

3. INCUR (VERB): (अप

ले ा/उठा ा) bring upon oneself

Synonyms: obtain, acquire Antonyms: forfeit, lose Example Sentence:

Suneet incurred the wrath of the gods.

े उपर


false name Synonyms: anonym, alias Antonyms: real name, authentic name Example Sentence:



छोड़ती ह ई) flowing

Synonyms: spouting, pouring out Antonyms: stagnant, frozen Example Sentence:

The gushing river, flooded the fields.

He used a pseudonym for himself.

10. VANITY (NOUN): (घमिंड) egotism

Synonyms: conceitedness, ostentation Antonyms: humility, modesty Example Sentence:

He displays vanity.

5. BERATE (VERB): (धमका

admonish Synonyms: castigate, reprimand Antonyms: laud, applaud Example Sentence:

We must berate such journalists who live in our nation and work for our enemies


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6. DEARTH (NOUN): (कमी) scarcity

Synonyms: paucity, meagerness Antonyms: adequacy, abundance Example Sentence:

Vocabulary Words- 12.05.2018 1. ESPIONAGE (NOUN): ( जासूसी ) spying Synonyms: reconnaissance, intelligence

Vocabulary Words- 12.05.2018

Vocabulary Words- 12.05.2018 1. ESPIONAGE (NOUN): ( जासूसी ) spying Synonyms: reconnaissance, intelligence

1. ESPIONAGE (NOUN): (जासूसी)


Synonyms: reconnaissance, intelligence

Antonyms: candid, frank

Example Sentence:

He will be punished severely if he is

found guilty of espionage.

2. ENIGMA (NOUN): (रहस्य) mystery

Synonyms: knot, perplexity

Antonyms: solution, key

Example Sentence:

How they avoided the onslaught of the

enemy, is still an enigma for us.

3. CONCURRENCE (NOUN): (सहमति)

occurring together

Synonyms: unanimity, synchronicity

Antonyms: disagreement, discord

Example Sentence:

They have infuriated the senior leaders

with the concurrence of their stupid




Synonyms: compassionate, tolerant

Antonyms: inconsiderate, intolerant

Example Sentence:

There are many indulgent people in the



(गहन) (deeply) thoughtful

Synonyms: abstruse, philosophical

Antonyms: trivial, superficial

Example Sentence:

The teacher had a profound effect on his


6. PROCEEDS (NOUN): (कमाई) earning

Synonyms: revenue, reward

Antonyms: debt, loss

Example Sentence:

The government has ordered companies to

share 2% of their proceeds with NGOs.

7. SHORTFALL (NOUN): (कमी) lack

Synonyms: inadequacy, flaw

Antonyms: abundance, plenty

Example Sentence:

His shortfalls are destroying his career.

8. PILE (NOUN): (संग्रह) collection

Synonyms: stockpile, accumulation

Antonyms: ditch, poverty

Example Sentence:

He gifted a pile of story books to the poor


9. BUYBACK (NOUN): (छूट)


Synonyms: privilege, allowance

Antonyms: repudiation, refusal

Example Sentence:

There are many buyback offers in the

market. 10. UNVEIL (VERB): (ख़ुलासा) reveal

Synonyms: disclose, display

Antonyms: conceal, veil

Example Sentence:

They will unveil a new car very soon.

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Vocabulary Words- 13.05.2018 1. UBIQUITOUS (ADJECTIVE): ( विश्िव्यापी ) universal Synonyms:

Vocabulary Words- 13.05.2018

Vocabulary Words- 13.05.2018 1. UBIQUITOUS (ADJECTIVE): ( विश्िव्यापी ) universal Synonyms:


(ADJECTIVE): (विश्िव्यापी) universal

Synonyms: pervasive, omnipresent Antonyms: scarce, rare Example Sentence:

If the ubiquitous red tape is annoying, other local customs are downright strange.


(ADJECTIVE): (क्षुब्ध) troubled Synonyms: restless, flustered Antonyms: untroubled, unworried Example Sentence:

Even during this perturbed time he prosecuted his studies and teaching.

3. SUBVERSION (NOUN): (विनाश)

undermining Synonyms: sabotage, disruption Antonyms: integration, consolidation Example Sentence:

They view individual liberty as a threat, new political ideas as subversion, and political opposition as treason.

4. FLOUT (VERB): (अिज्ञा) show

contempt for something Synonyms: defy, spur Antonyms: commend, compliment Example Sentence:

It was a big storyindicating that Israel was continuing to flout international law to prevent Hezbollah from getting weapons.

5. SHODDY (ADJECTIVE): (तुच्छ)

in bad shape Synonyms: inferior, tawdry Antonyms: noble, sophisticated Example Sentence:

The levees failed because of shoddy maintenance by a federal agency.

6. JUNTA (NOUN): (समितत) council

Synonym: faction, cabal Antonym: single, individual Example Sentence:

After the dictator died the country was taken over by a junta of former officials.


(ADJECTIVE): (युिकोचित/ बिकाना) childish Synonyms: adolescent, young Antonyms: mature, experienced Example Sentence:

The pick pocket was held in a juvenile facility as they were too young for jail.

8. JEER (VERB): (िज़ाक उड़ाना)

ridicule Synonyms: taunt, hoot Antonyms: compliment, laud Example Sentence:

The winning team jeered the opponents as their captain flaunted the trophy.

9. JETTISON (VERB): (तनकाल

फ़ेकना) throw overboard Synonyms: dump, discard Antonyms: hold, keep Example sentence:

I will keep the good experiences and jettison the bad ones, before I leave this city. 10. JADED (ADJECTIVE): (क्षीण/थका) exhausted Synonyms: bored, tired Antonyms: lively, energize Example Sentence:

The participants were so jaded from the task that they didn’t even bother to wait for the results.

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Vocabulary Words- 14.05.2018 \ 1. CONTEMPORANEOUS (ADJECTI VE): ( आधुनिक ) Coeval Synonyms: simultaneous,
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VE): (आधुनिक) Coeval Synonyms: simultaneous, contemporary Antonyms: different, separate Example Sentence:

The contemporaneous ringing of the multiple phone lines kept the new receptionist very busy.


संबंधी) Pertaining to tailors Synonyms: stylish, elegant Antonyms: frumpy, dumpy Example Sentence:

Those sartorial coats made me chew the cud.

3. CAULK (VERB): (गहिी करिा)

Secure Synonyms: block, barricade Antonyms: free, loosen Example Sentence:

Adeel caulked me from a broken reed.

4. TUTELARY (ADJECTIVE): (संरक्षी)

Protecting Synonyms: guardian, advisory Antonyms: careless, inattentive Example Sentence:

He is using tutelary Fabian policy in his company.

5. PURGE (NOUN): (पररशोध)

Elimination Synonyms: expulsion, extermination Antonyms: keeping, holding Example Sentence:

Manoj was feeling shy of telling her about her purge from the contest.

6. QUANTUM (NOUN): (मात्रा) Quantity

Synonyms: sum, amount Antonyms: part, whole Example Sentence:

While quantum energy could not be measured fully, the scientist continued to work on the experiment.

7. PRECINCT (NOUN): (प्रसीमा)

Department Synonyms: area, ward Antonyms: whole, full Example Sentence:

I am working in this precinct.



Synonyms: penchant, predilection Antonyms: dislike, hate Example Sentence:

Your proclivity towards him is getting on my nerves.

(इच्छा/प्रव त्ति)



(ADJECTIVE): (दंडात्मक) Retaliatory Synonyms: vindictive, punishing Antonyms: beneficial, rewarding Example Sentence:

Don’t be punitive otherwise you’ll get into a soup.

10. QUIETUDE (NOUN): (शांनि/संिोष) Calm Synonyms: doldrums, hush Antonyms: disturbance, agitation Example Sentence:

Be quietude don’t escape your lips.

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\ Vocabulary Words- 15.05.2018 Antonyms: familiar, regular Example Sentence: We have come across unprecedented
\ Vocabulary Words- 15.05.2018 Antonyms: familiar, regular Example Sentence: We have come across unprecedented


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Antonyms: familiar, regular Example Sentence:

We have come across unprecedented reactions that weren’t expected.

1. INSISTENCE (NOUN): (ज़ोर)

demand Synonyms: urging, emphasis Antonyms: satisfaction, satiation Example Sentence:

Our insistence for luxuries should not cause a misery to anyone.


(िटपटा) tangy Synonyms: peppery, spicy Antonyms: flavorless, tasteless Example Sentence:

We need to eat piquant dishes in order to get the real taste of Royal Rajasthan.

2. NEGATE (VERB): (प्रतिवाद करना)

contradict Synonyms: annihilate, disallow Antonyms: allow, assist Example Sentence:

The criminal will negate all charges if you failed to prove him guilty.

8. RUSTICATE (VERB): (तनष्कासिि

करना) expel Synonyms: dispel, ostracize Antonyms: incorporate, inculcate Example Sentence:

The principal will rusticate all the students who don’t deserve to be taught in a healthy environment

3. QUEER (ADJECTIVE): (ववचित्र)

abnormal Synonyms: erratic, weird Antonyms: sensible, sound Example Sentence:

They are queer in behavior and extremely uncultured in their lifestyle.

9. DRAPE (VERB): (ढाांकना) cover

Synonyms: wrap, envelop Antonyms: unwrap, uncover Example Sentence:

The snow-draped everything as the temperature kept deteriorating.

4. STIMULATE (VERB): (उत्तेजिि

करना) provoke Synonyms: elate, arouse Antonyms: neglect, dishearten Example Sentence:

The teacher has to stimulate the students in order to create a hunger in them.


(प्रोन्नति) advancement Synonyms: elevation, aggrandizement Antonyms: hindrance, debasement Example Sentence:

They have got the promotion because they deserved it in one way or the other.

5. BARB (NOUN): (कााँटा) point

Synonyms: prickle, prong Antonyms: kindness, praise Example Sentence:

Watch out for barbs as they can hurt you badly.

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(ADJECTIVE): (अभूिपूवव) exceptional Synonyms: bizarre, anomalous

Vocabulary Words- 16.05.2018 1. SUPERVENE (VERB): ( पीछे आना ) Follow Synonyms: pursue, supersede

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Vocabulary Words- 16.05.2018 1. SUPERVENE (VERB): ( पीछे आना ) Follow Synonyms: pursue, supersede

1. SUPERVENE (VERB): (पीछे आना) Follow Synonyms: pursue, supersede Antonyms: retreat, precede Example Sentence:

Team members supervene their leaders.


Harsh Synonyms: cruel, oppressive Antonyms: easy, gentle Example Sentence:

Your master is a draconian man.

3. DAWDLE (VERB): (समय नष्ट करना)

Waste time Synonyms: loiter, procrastinate Antonyms: hasten, hurry Example Sentence:

The teacher warned the student that he will be punished if he dawdled again.

4. PILLAGE (VERB): (लटनाू

destroy Synonyms: ravage, ransack Antonyms: protect, construct Example Sentence:

The terrorists pillaged the city.

) Plunder,

5. NOXIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (हाननकारक)

Deadly, injurious Synonyms: destructive, harmful Antonyms: helpful, kind Example Sentence:

This is a noxious chemical.


(ADJECTIVE): (तीक्ष्णबुद्धि-) Observant, perceptive Synonyms: alert, aware Antonyms: ignorant, unobservant Example Sentence:

The CDI officers are always perspicacious with their case.

7. FERVENT (ADJECTIVE): (उत्साही)

Enthusiastic Synonyms: zealous, ardent Antonyms: apathetic, dull Example Sentence:

He is a fervent child.


Spasmodic Synonyms: intermittent, fluctuating Antonyms: continuous, perpetual Example Sentence:

As long as his breathing is fitful, he will continue to need an oxygen machine.

9. FLOUT (VERB): (अवज्ञा करना) Show

contempt for Synonyms: defy, disregard Antonyms: honour, praise Example Sentence:

One should not flout the traffic rules.

10. FEASIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (व्यवहायय) Practicable Synonyms: possible, doable Antonyms: impossible, implausible Example Sentence:

This seems to be a feasible solution.

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Vocabulary Words- 17.05.2018 1. SINGULARLY (ADVERB): ( अकेले ) notably Synonyms: uniquely, remarkably

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Vocabulary Words- 17.05.2018 1. SINGULARLY (ADVERB): ( अकेले ) notably Synonyms: uniquely, remarkably


notably Synonyms: uniquely, remarkably Antonyms: together, commonly Example Sentence:

This was a singularly done task.

2. CLAMOUR (NOUN): (कोलाहल) upheaval

Synonyms: tumult, outcry Antonyms: calm, peace Example Sentence:

A news channel broadcast an ongoing clamour in parliament.

3. DETERMINATION (NOUN): (दृढ़ संकल्प)

perseverance Synonyms: steadfastness, dedication Antonyms: ignorance, indecision Example Sentence:

I saw a great determination in him.


relevant Synonyms: admissible, germane Antonyms: improper, inappropriate Example Sentence:

Add the pertinent topics that covers the entire syllabus.

5. FLAG (VERB): (मंद होना) abate

Synonyms: fade, sag Antonyms: grow, rise Example Sentence:

This lotion will definitely flag your pain.

6. BOTTLENECK (NOUN): (बाधा) obstacle

Synonyms: barrier, congestion Antonyms: aid, assistance Example Sentence:

He came passing through many bottlenecks.

7. LINGER (VERB): (विलम्ब या देरी करना)

loiter Synonyms: drift, idle

Antonyms: advance, finish Example Sentence:

Don’t linger on the same topic.

8. CORRODE (VERB): (बबगाडना) waste

Synonyms: erode, deteriorate Antonyms: build, construct Example Sentence:

They corroded the newly made painting.

9. CORROSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (संक्षारक)

acerbic Synonyms: caustic, vitriolic Antonyms: gentle, nice Example Sentence:

Sodium and Sulphur are highly corrosive elements.

10. COUNTERMAND (VERB): (प्रत्याददष्ट

करना) cancel a command Synonyms: reverse, override Antonyms: allow, approve Example Sentence:

I can't countermand her orders.

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Vocabulary Words- 18.05.2018 1. IGNORAMUS (NOUN): ( मर्खू Synonyms: imbecile, dimwit Antonyms: intellect,

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Vocabulary Words- 18.05.2018 1. IGNORAMUS (NOUN): ( मर्खू Synonyms: imbecile, dimwit Antonyms: intellect,

1. IGNORAMUS (NOUN): (मर्खू Synonyms: imbecile, dimwit Antonyms: intellect, brainy Example Sentence:

Balli is an ignoramus man.

) stupid

2. DIRTBALLS (NOUN): (बहका ह

ह आ) creep

/ भटका

Synonyms: deviant, sleazebag Antonyms: standard, usual Example Sentence:

Their group is seen as a bunch of dirtballs and liars.

3. NOUS (NOUN): (प्रज्ञा) common sense

Synonyms: practical intelligence, intellect Antonym: nonsense, stupid Example Sentence:

He has a lot of nous.

4. CEDE (VERB): (आत्मसमर्खण करना)


Synonyms: capitulate, hand over Antonyms: hold, maintain Example Sentence:

Extradited liquor baron had to cede before Indian government.

5. GLIMPSE (VERB): (झलक र्ड़ना) glance

Synonyms: flash, sight Antonyms: stare, glare Example Sentence:

Ramya glimpsed a figure standing in the shade.

6. BOOST (NOUN): (बढावा) hike

Synonyms: upgrade, advance Antonyms: decline, shrinkage Example sentence:

He got the boost in salary last month.


(ADJECTIVE): (र्रंर्रागत) classic

Synonyms: conventional, regular Antonyms: different, extraordinary Example sentence:

He likes traditional dancing style.


(र्रहेज़) chastity

Synonyms: fasting, frugality Antonyms: excess, revelry Example sentence:

Manikant started drinking again after six years of abstinence.

9. OFFSET (VERB): (प्रततवाद करना)


Synonyms: negate, counteract Antonyms: disproportion, inadequacy Example sentence:

Donations to charities can be offset against income tax.

10. FAVOUR (NOUN): (एहसान) support

Synonyms: benignity, assistance Antonyms: animosity, antipathy Example sentence:

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Vocabulary Words- 19.05.2018 1. UNDUE (ADJECTIVE): ( अनचितु ) disproportionate Synonyms: extreme,

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Vocabulary Words- 19.05.2018 1. UNDUE (ADJECTIVE): ( अनचितु ) disproportionate Synonyms: extreme,

1. UNDUE (ADJECTIVE): (अनचितु


disproportionate Synonyms: extreme, unjustified Antonyms: appropriate, justified Example sentence:

Don’t try to take an undue advantage.

2. VIGOROUS (ADJECTIVE): (फुरतीला)

energetic Synonyms: dynamic, lively Antonyms: dull, rough Example sentence:

He is a vigorous fellow.

3. BOOTLEGGING (NOUN): (डकैती)

piracy Synonyms: smuggling, trafficking Antonyms: legal goods, lawful goods Example sentence:

Bootlegging is increasing with the DVDs of new movies.


bias Synonyms: prejudice, bigotry Antonyms: equity, fairness Example sentence:

I don’t believe in discrimination.

5. RETRIEVE (VERB): (पुनः प्राप्त करना)

regain Synonyms: restore, redeem Antonyms: renounce, abandon Example sentence:

He retrieve his access over the throne.

6. COGENT (ADJECTIVE): (प्रभावशाली)

Effective Synonyms: convincing, powerful Antonyms: ineffective, unimportant Example Sentence:

Abhay always delivers a cogent presentation.


(ADJECTIVE): (अकालप्रौढ़) Exceptionally

smart Synonyms: developed, quick Antonyms: underdeveloped, unresponsive Example sentence:

Anuj was always a precocious boy.

8. PERUSAL (NOUN): (अवलोकन)

Scrutiny Synonyms: inspection, survey Antonyms: neglect, ignorance Example sentence:

I want this veggie to be gone through deep perusal.


Direct Synonyms: constant, straight Antonyms: indirect, stopped Example Sentence:

They allowed unhindered broadcast of the international news.

10. STEALTH (NOUN): (गोपनीयता) Secrecy Synonyms: covertness, slyness Antonyms: overtness, openness Example Sentence:

If I can't get what I want openly, I get it by stealth.

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Vocabulary Words- 20.05.2018 1. CUMBERSOME (ADJECTIVE): ( पेचीदा ) complicated Synonyms: complex, tangled

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Vocabulary Words- 20.05.2018 1. CUMBERSOME (ADJECTIVE): ( पेचीदा ) complicated Synonyms: complex, tangled



(ADJECTIVE): (पेचीदा

) complicated Synonyms: complex, tangled Antonyms: direct, simple Example Sentence:

It is hard to solve the question because a convoluted reasoning is applied in it.

2. CREDENCE (NOUN): (विश्िास)

acceptance or belief

Synonyms: trust, assurance Antonyms: denial, disbelief Example Sentence:

I cannot give credence to his account.

3. CREED (NOUN): (मत) belief

Synonyms: principles, doctrine Antonyms: disbelief, doubt Example Sentence:

The centre is open to all, no matter what r ace or creed.

4. BLEND (NOUN): (ममश्रण) amalgam

Synonyms: fusion, combination Antonyms: division, separation Example Sentence:

College fests are now a great blend of cultural representation and musical concerts.

5. REFUGE (NOUN): (शरणस्थान) A

place of shelter Synonyms: asylum, sanctuary Antonyms: hazard, harmful place Example Sentence:

The escaped prisoner sought refuge in the church.

6. SOLE (ADJECTIVE): (एकमात्र) Alone

Synonyms: exclusive, lone Antonyms: combined, mixed Example Sentence:

Success is a sole motive of my life.

7. AVERSE (ADJECTIVE): (प्रततक )

opposing Synonyms: hesitant, hostile Antonyms: kind, loving Example Sentence:

As a former Chief-Director, he is not averse to secrecy.

8. SENILITY (NOUN): (बुढापा)

senescence Synonyms: decrepitude, dotage Antonyms: infancy, adolescence Example Sentence:

He is suffering from senility.

9. IMPUGN (VERB): (प्रततिाद करना)

Challenge Synonyms: assail, question Antonyms: concede, praise She hopes the name of the company should n be impugned.

10. DORMANT (ADJECTIVE): (तनष्क्रिय) Inactive Synonyms: lurking, quiescent Antonyms: alert, conscious Example Sentence:

The virus remains dormant in nerve tissues.

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Vocabulary Words- 21.04.2018 1. CAPSIZE ( VERB ) : invalidate Synonyms: reverse, repeal Antonyms: approve,
Vocabulary Words- 21.04.2018 1. CAPSIZE ( VERB ) : invalidate Synonyms: reverse, repeal Antonyms: approve,

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1. CAPSIZE (VERB): invalidate Synonyms: reverse, repeal Antonyms: approve, permit Example Sentence:

The Ministry of the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change has capsized the NGT verdict.

2. MOTIVE (NOUN): intention

Synonyms: preoccupied, resolved Antonyms: unfixed, unstable Example Sentence:

It signals the motive to support centres of excellence.

3. NURTURE (NOUN): breeding

Synonyms: care, feed Antonyms: deprivation, starvation Example Sentence:

The nurture of children is mandatory.

4. SERENITY (NOUN): composure

Synonyms: calmness, patience Antonyms: agitation, disturbance Example Sentence:

The riverside view is filled with serenity.

5. PROXIMITY (NOUN): nearness

Synonyms: closeness, adjacency Antonyms: remoteness, distance Example Sentence:

The map shows the geographical proximity of our two countries.

6. CONSENT (NOUN): agreement

Synonyms: approval, sanction Antonyms: denial, dissent Example Sentence:

The green signal is conditional on getting the consent from the government.

7. APOSTLE (NOUN): advocate

Synonyms: defender, backer Antonyms: antagonist, detractor Example Sentence:

Side stepping the requirements by the apostle is not the ideal way to work.

8. MUSE (VERB): think about

Synonyms: consider, contemplate Antonyms: ignore, neglect Example Sentence:

Smita couldn't even begin to muse the future.

9. TENABLE (ADJECTIVE): defensible

Synonyms: justifiable, conceivable Antonyms: unreasonable, illogical Example Sentence:

Such a simplistic approach is no longer tenable.

10. PRECEDENT (NOUN): an exemplar Synonyms: paradigm, model Antonyms: non standardization, imperfection Example Sentence:

There are few precedents for this sort of legislation.

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Vocabulary Words- 22.05.2018 1. NOISOME (ADJECTIVE): ( बदबूदार ) stinking Synonyms: smelly, disgusting

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Vocabulary Words- 22.05.2018 1. NOISOME (ADJECTIVE): ( बदबूदार ) stinking Synonyms: smelly, disgusting

1. NOISOME (ADJECTIVE): (बदबूदार)

stinking Synonyms: smelly, disgusting Antonyms: good, pleasant Example Sentence:

The atmosphere of the room seemed to become noisome.


(ADJECTIVE): (खानाबदोश) itinerant Synonyms: roving, migrant Antonyms: native, settled Example Sentence:

On the whole, however, nomadic life is at the present day, the exception.

3. ABATE (VERB): (कम करना) mitigate

Synonyms: lessen, decrease Antonyms: aggravate, intensify Example sentence:

Only flushing would not have been sufficient to abate the odour.

4. ASSIDUOUS (ADJECTIVE): (पररश्रमी)

industrious Synonyms: diligent, attentive Antonyms: careless, indolent Example sentence:

Garima was assiduous in pointing out every feature.


(ADJECTIVE): (बेपरवाह) careless Synonyms: casual, unconcerned Antonyms: careful, concerned Example Sentence:

He does not care for anything as he is nonchalant.

6. ABJURE (VERB): (त्यागना) renounce

Synonyms: retract, revoke Antonyms: approve, sanction

Example sentence:

The MP was urged to abjure his allegiance.

7. NINCOMPOOP (NOUN): (मूखख) idiot

Synonyms: fool, blockhead Antonyms: perspicacious, sagacious Example Sentence:

Only a complete nincompoop would belie ve a story like that.

8. ABETTOR (NOUN): (सहायक) assistant

Synonyms: accomplice, colleague Antonyms: opponent, adversary Example sentence:

He was his abettor in crime.

9. NUISANCE (NOUN): (बाधा) problem

Synonyms: trouble, bore Antonyms: benefit, pleasure Example Sentence:

It's a real nuisance having to pick up the k ids from school every day.

10. ARRAIGN (VERB): (आरोप लगाना) charge Synonyms: blame, accuse Antonyms: exculpate, pardon Arun was arraigned with theft.

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Vocabulary Words- 23.05.2018 1. COVETOUS (ADJECTIVE): ( लोभी ) rapacious Synonyms: greedy, insatiable Antonyms:

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Vocabulary Words- 23.05.2018 1. COVETOUS (ADJECTIVE): ( लोभी ) rapacious Synonyms: greedy, insatiable Antonyms:


rapacious Synonyms: greedy, insatiable Antonyms: magnanimous, generous Example sentence:

Sonam touched the ring with covetous hands.


(ADJECTIVE): (असंख्य) innumerable Synonyms: countless, endless Antonyms: bounded, calculable Example Sentence:

There are myriad jobs in IT sector this year.


(ADJECTIVE): (भयभीत) anxious Synonyms: doubtful, jittery Antonyms: certain, confident Example Sentence:

He felt apprehensive about going home.

4. SPUR (NOUN): (प्रेरणा) activation

Synonyms: catalyst, excitant Antonyms: prevention, curb Example Sentence:

Wars act as a spur to real invention.


(पररवततनशील) changeable Synonyms: variable, flexible Antonyms: certain, definite Example Sentence:

Time space and matter are mutable realities.

6. LACK (NOUN): (अभाव) absence

Synonyms: dearth, inadequacy Antonyms: affluence, abundance Example Sentence:

His voice was raspy from his own lack of sleep.

7. BLEAK (ADJECTIVE): (बेरंग) dismal

Synonyms: gloomy, dark Antonyms: bright, pleasant Example sentence:

Jack was found in the bleak little room in despair.


(सहायक) supplement Synonyms: addition, complement Antonyms: lessening, subtraction Example sentence:

Food technology is an adjunct to learning.

9. VARIATION (NOUN): (असमानता)

alteration Synonyms: deviation, disparity Antonyms: similarity, likeness Example Sentence:

Regional variations are seen in spoken language.

10. ACCORD (NOUN): (समझौता) agreement Synonyms: harmony, unison Antonyms: disagreement, denial Example sentence:

The two countries breached the accord.

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Vocabulary Words- 24.05.2018 1. MORTIFY (VERB): ( अपमानित करिा ) cause to feel shame Synonyms:

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Vocabulary Words- 24.05.2018 1. MORTIFY (VERB): ( अपमानित करिा ) cause to feel shame Synonyms:

1. MORTIFY (VERB): (अपमानित करिा)

cause to feel shame Synonyms: annoy, deflate Antonyms: please, soothe Example Sentence:

He mortified her mother by creating a conspiracy against his brother.

2. MUSE (VERB): (विचारणा) consider

Synonyms: reflect, think Antonyms: ignore, neglect Example Sentence:

He lay and mused in the warm sunlight.

3. ABOUND (VERB): (प्रचुर मात्रा में

होिा) proliferate Synonyms: thrive, flourish Antonyms: deficient, destitute Example sentence:

Rumours of their separation are abound.


stupid Synonyms: foolish, idiotic Antonyms: intelligent, sensible Example Sentence:

He is moronic by nature.

5. CURB (NOUN): (नियंत्रण) control

Synonyms: restriction, rein Antonyms: freedom, encouragement Example Sentence:

Taking a few deep breaths may curb your temper.


(ADVERB): (चोरी-चोरी) secretly Synonyms: covertly, clandestinely Antonyms: openly, publicly Example Sentence:

It was a surreptitiously printed material.

7. CRIPPLE (VERB): (पंगुबिािा)

debilitate Synonyms: undermine, paralyze Antonyms: help, assist Example Sentence:

Many countries are crippled by their debts.


(ADJECTIVE): (असंदिग्ध) unconditional Synonyms: free, unabridged Antonyms: limited, conditional Example Sentence:

I am bound with absolute moral pressures.

9. BOLSTER (VERB): (मज़बूत करिा)

strengthen Synonyms: help, aid Antonyms: hinder, stop Example sentence:

This step is taken to bolster the relations between the two countries.

10. MULTITUDE (NOUN): (भीड़) crowd Synonyms: mass, throng Antonyms: paucity, minority Example sentence:

There was a huge multitude in that mall.

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Vocabulary Words- 25.05.2018 1. CORNUCOPIA (NOUN) : ( प्रचुरता ) Abundance Synonyms : bounty,

Vocabulary Words- 25.05.2018

Vocabulary Words- 25.05.2018 1. CORNUCOPIA (NOUN) : ( प्रचुरता ) Abundance Synonyms : bounty,





bounty, fullness

Antonyms: need, lack Example Sentence:

I shall come from London Town with a co rnucopia of presents.

2. FRET (VERB): (चचड़चचड़ाना) Feel

uneasy Synonyms: be upset, be anxious Antonyms: please, delight Example Sentence:

She was always fretting about something or the other.


Extremely delicate Synonyms: light, sublime Antonyms: earthly, indelicate Example Sentence:

In this ethereal realm are the currents that make possible wireless telegraphy.


) Uneducated Synonyms: ignorant, illiterate Antonyms: educated, literate Example Sentence:

Such misconceptions have

not been confined to the unlettered masses




Lively Synonyms: agile, active Antonyms: spiritless, lethargic Example Sentence:

The sprightly old woman walks two miles every day.


खंडी) Self-righteous Synonyms: insincere, hypocritical Antonyms: honest, sincere Example Sentence:

His sanctimonious expressions explained his intentions.





gloomy, brooding

Antonyms: cheerful, pleasant Example Sentence:

The offenders lapsed into a sullen silence.


र्ण) Disordered Synonyms: uncontrolled, lawless Antonyms: ordered, organized Example Sentence:

My house becomes a chaotic place in the absence of my wife.




ह ु आ) Chastened


Antonyms: indifferent, unapologetic Example Sentence:

He was so contrite that he wrote me a lette r of apology.

repentant, sorrowful

10. PRUNE (VERB): (काटना/ छााँटना) Pare down Synonyms: trim, reduce Antonyms: include, increase Example Sentence:

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Vocabulary Words- 26.05.2018 1. ASCENSION (NOUN): ( उठान ) Taking over Synonyms: succession, assumption

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Vocabulary Words- 26.05.2018 1. ASCENSION (NOUN): ( उठान ) Taking over Synonyms: succession, assumption



(NOUN): (उठान) Taking

over Synonyms: succession, assumption Antonyms: declension, decline Example Sentence:

Nikunj was killed after his ascension to the throne.

2. STIFFEN (VERB): (ठोस बनाना) Make

or become harder Synonyms: tighten, solidify Antonyms: weaken, dilute Example Sentence:

The blood supply to the skin is reduced w hen muscles stiffen.

4. SUBSISTENCE (NOUN): (जीविका)

livelihood Synonyms: sustenance, gratuity Antonyms: neglect, ignorance Example Sentence:

Shalabh is doing very hard work for his smooth subsistence.

5. DABBLER (NOUN): (अनुरागी)

dilettante Synonyms: abecedarian, novice Antonyms: expert, professional Example Sentence:

Abhineet is a dabbler singer.

6. SEDUCE (VERB): (प्रलोभन देना) lure

Synonyms: entice, decoy Antonyms: dissuade, disenchant Example Sentence:

Ripen mangoes seduced the travellers on the way.

7. INGENUITY (NOUN): (प्रतिभा)

Creativity Synonyms: ability, inventiveness Antonyms: clumsiness, ignorance Example Sentence:

As per my view, this task is difficult and may require some ingenuity.

8. SWIRL (VERB): (चक्कर खाना) Spin

around Synonyms: churn, roil Antonyms: straighten, uncoil Example Sentence:

The leaves were swirled along the ground by the wind.

9. STIFLE (VERB): (दबाना) Restrain

Synonyms: suppress, repress Antonyms: release, free Example Sentence:

She makes no attempt to stifle a yawn.

10. ARCHAIC (ADJECTIVE): (प्राचीन) Old-fashioned Synonyms: obsolete, antiquated Antonyms: latest, modern Example Sentence:

These archaic practices are advocated by p eople of limited outlook.

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Vocabulary Words- 27.05.2018 1. SUPERCILIOUS (ADJECTIVE): ( घमंडी ) bossy Synonyms: cocky, haughty Antonyms:

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Vocabulary Words- 27.05.2018 1. SUPERCILIOUS (ADJECTIVE): ( घमंडी ) bossy Synonyms: cocky, haughty Antonyms:


(ADJECTIVE): (घमंडी) bossy Synonyms: cocky, haughty Antonyms: humble, modest Example Sentence:

He has supercilious attitude.

2. STILT (NOUN): (आधार) footing

Synonyms: flotation, base Antonyms: stop, opposition Example Sentence:

The iron rods provide basic stilt to the building.

3. SQUAT (ADJECTIVE): (चौडा) broad

Synonyms: splay, chunky Antonyms: small, thin Example Sentence:

It was a squat room.


(गिर पडना) Slump

Synonyms: fall, drop Antonyms: succeed, achieve Example Sentence:

She flopped, exhausted, on to the sofa.

5. SMUG (ADJECTIVE): (आत्मसंतुष्ट)

pleased with oneself Synonyms: complacent, pompous Antonyms: unsure, unhappy with oneself Example Sentence:

He is utterly a smug person.


irritable Synonyms: crabby, grouchy Antonyms: cheerful, happy Example sentence:

I dislike dyspeptic people around.

7. PLATITUDE (NOUN): (साधारण बात)

truism Synonyms: banality, cliché

Antonyms: coinage, original saying Example sentence:

Your platitude is meaningless and does nothing for my anger.

8. DEBACLE (NOUN): (पराजय)

breakdown Synonyms: collapse, drubbing Antonyms: attainment, creation Example sentence:

That moment was a time of debacle for me.

9. RESILIENCE (NOUN): (लचीलापन)

flexibility Synonyms: elasticity, pliancy Antonyms: obduracy, rigidity Example Sentence:

In spite of the violence in the country, industry there has shown a remarkable resilience.

10. CIRCUMSCRIBE (VERB): (प्रततबंध

लिाना) to form or mark the limits of Synonyms: confine, define Antonyms: free, release Example Sentence:

The hedge circumscribes the property.

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Vocabulary Words- 28.05.2018 1. VICISSITUDES (NOUN): ( उलटफेर ) Change Synonyms: fluctuation, permutation

Vocabulary Words- 28.05.2018

Vocabulary Words- 28.05.2018 1. VICISSITUDES (NOUN): ( उलटफेर ) Change Synonyms: fluctuation, permutation

1. VICISSITUDES (NOUN): (उलटफेर)

Change Synonyms: fluctuation, permutation Antonyms: similarity, stability Example Sentence:

The vicissitudes of life produced the strongest contrasts of fortune.


(प्रचंड) Noisy and difficult to control


Antonyms: moderate, calm Example Sentence:

The class teacher ejected the obstreperous student out of the class.

blusterous, boisterous

3. STAID (ADJECTIVE): (गंभीर) Serious

Synonyms: steady, conventional Antonyms: frivolous, funny Example Sentence: He is a staid professor.

4. GOB (NOUN): (भीड़) Multitude

Synonyms: abundance, fullness Antonyms: individual, one Example Sentence: All bakery products are found in gob at this outlet.

5. REVEL (NOUN): (उत्सव) Carousal

Synonyms: gaiety, gala Antonyms: gloom, despair Example Sentence: They all had a huge nocturnal revel out there.

6. HARVEST (VERB): (संग्रह करना)

Accumulate Synonyms: amass, collect Antonyms: approval, sanction Example Sentence:

This year she had been afraid to harvest because of the dogs.


बह ल) Abundant

Synonyms: ample, lavish Antonyms: meagre, scarce Example Sentence:

This building has bountiful rooms.

8.IMPERATIVE (ADJECTIVE): (अननवार्य ) Compulsory Synonyms: essential, crucial Antonyms: inessential, unimportant Example Sentence:

Vaccination and Polio drops are both imperative measures towards nurturing a healthy child.

9. CONSTITUTE (VERB): (गठित करना)

Create Synonyms: establish, compose Antonyms: destroy, disperse Example Sentence:

The law constituted new mandate.

10. BAN (NOUN): (प्रनतबंध) Prohibition Synonyms: censorship, embargo Antonyms: approval, sanction Example Sentence:

Anil puts a ban on eating meat in his house.

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Vocabulary Words- 29.05.2018 1. INTENDED (ADJECTIVE): ( अभिप्रेत ) deliberate Synonyms: intentional,

Vocabulary Words- 29.05.2018

Vocabulary Words- 29.05.2018 1. INTENDED (ADJECTIVE): ( अभिप्रेत ) deliberate Synonyms: intentional,

1. INTENDED (ADJECTIVE): (अभिप्रेत)

deliberate Synonyms: intentional, wilful Antonyms: unfixed, unplanned Example Sentence:

It was an intended joke.

2. FURNISH (VERB): (देना) provide

Synonyms: dispense, issue Antonyms: receive, deny Example Sentence:

The ATM furnished the money.

3. SLEW (NOUN): (अधिक मात्रा)

abundance Synonyms: aggregation, bunch Antonyms: little, need Example Sentence:

There was a slew of currency notes in the bank.


bashful Synonyms: meek, timid Antonyms: confident, extroverted Example sentence:

Don’t be a diffident spectator if crime is taking place before your very eyes.

5. ANNUL (VERB): (अन्त करना) abolish

Synonyms: abrogate, cancel Antonyms: allow, continue Example sentence:

The practice of immolation had been annulled already.

6. EXPURGATE (VERB): (संशोिन करना)

sensor Synonyms: bleep, decontaminate Antonyms: make dirty, contaminate Example sentence:

It is immoral to try to expurgate anything from the sacred writings of the past.

7. DEMURE (ADJECTIVE): (संकोची)

reserved Synonyms: shy, reticent Antonyms: bold, brave Example sentence:

Aneesh is a demure person.

8. INNUNDATE (VERB): (अभििूत

करना) have a strong emotional effect on. Synonyms: touch, overwhelm Antonyms: underwhelm, unimpressed Example sentence:

The criminal was overwhelmed with guilt.


(ADJECTIVE): (हाननहीन) harmless Synonyms: innocuous, pleasant Antonyms: damaging, malicious Example Sentence:

Shweta is an inoffensive, and sensitive girl.

10. CONCEAL (VERB): (निपाना) hide Synonyms: cover, lurk Antonyms: reveal, expose Example Sentence:

Why are you concealing your identity?

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Vocabulary Words- 30.05.2018 1. EMULATE (VERB): ( अनुकरण करना ) Follow suit Synonyms: imitate,

Vocabulary Words- 30.05.2018

Vocabulary Words- 30.05.2018 1. EMULATE (VERB): ( अनुकरण करना ) Follow suit Synonyms: imitate,

1. EMULATE (VERB): ( अनुकरण

करना) Follow suit

Synonyms: imitate, mimic Antonyms: neglect, ignore Example Sentence:

Most rulers wished to emulate Alexander the Great.

2. MOLLIFY (VERB): (शाांत करना)

Allay Synonyms: alleviate, ameliorate Antonyms: agitate, irritate Example Sentence:

Only Samartha can mollify the prevailing situation.

3. CRAVEN (ADJECTIVE): (डरपोक)

Timid Synonyms: coward, nebbish

Antonyms: bold person, brave person Example Sentence:

Suneet is such a craven person.


(ADJECTIVE): (पश्चातापी) Regretful

Synonyms: apologetic, humble

Antonyms: unrepentant, indifferent Example Sentence:

Don’t be a contrite employee you’re on the ball.


(ADJECTIVE): (धोखेबाज) Dishonest

Synonyms: deceitful, deceptive Antonyms: frank, sincere Example Sentence:

Abhiyash is cutting corner because everybody tells he is a mendacious boy.


(ADJECTIVE): (अचल) Unchangeable

Synonyms: abiding, inflexible Antonyms: flexible, variable Example Sentence:

Don’t wrap your head around immutable petty politics in this office.

7. MAVERICK (NOUN): (घुमक्कड़)

Person who takes chances Synonyms: bohemian, dissenter Antonyms: conservative, moderate Example Sentence:

If you are a maverick you should get anxiety out of your system.