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Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Vocab 1august

REPINE (VERB): (शिकायत करना): complain

Synonyms: grumble, lament

Antonyms: compliment, praise

Example Sentence:

He always repines about his peer.

2. INURE (VERB): (तपाकर पुख़्ता करना): harden

Synonyms: temper, toughen

Antonyms: lighten, soften

Example Sentence:

A continuation of the exclusion of these people from their lands should not inure to the benefit of the wrongdoers.

3. ONSLAUGHT (NOUN): (आक्रमण): attack

Synonyms: onrush, invasion

Antonyms: retreat, defense

Example Sentence:

The people suddenly made an onslaught on him.

4. PRIGGISH (ADJECTIVE): (परोपदेशक): smug

Synonyms: pompous, stuffy

Antonyms: dissatisfied, discontented

Example Sentence:

I had to meet a priggish person in the train.

5. CABOODLE (NOUN): (ताम-झाम): collection of something

Synonyms: cluster, agglomeration

Antonyms: individual, one

Example Sentence:

I have a caboodle of great books.

6. ATTICISM (NOUN): (शान): splendour

Synonyms: grandeur, elegance

Antonyms: crudeness, inelegance

Example Sentence:

I see the majestic Atticism in her personality.

7. AUSTERITY (NOUN): (आत्मसंयम): formality

Synonyms: acerbity, asperity

Antonyms: informality, mildness

Example Sentence:

The austerity of the politician was well renowned.

8. ARTIFICE (NOUN): (चालाकी): clever act

Synonyms: maneuver, gimmick

Antonyms: candor, honesty

Example Sentence:

These pictures are full of artifice.

9. VALOR (NOUN): (वीरता): courage

Synonyms: firmness, fortitude

Antonyms: cowardice, timidity

Example Sentence:

His valor impressed everyone.

10. VIGILANT (ADJECTIVE): (जागरूक): attentive

Synonyms: observant, cautious

Antonyms: heedless, impulsive

Example Sentence:

I am very vigilant while writing a letter

Monday, July 30, 2018

Vocab 31 july

HITHERTO (ADVERB): (विगत रूप से): previously

Synonyms: formerly, earlier

Antonyms: later, after

Example sentence:

I confess that I have hitherto indulged very little in my other ventures.

2. DEPRAVE (VERB): (विकृत): bestialize

Synonyms: brutalize, debase

Antonyms: improve, purify

Example sentence:

This novel would deprave young children.

3. DECRIPITUDE (NOUN): (जीर्णता): decay

Synonyms: feebleness, infirmity

Antonyms: strength, energy

Example sentence:

Gita had passed directly from middle age into decrepitude.

4. EXTOL (VERB): (बड़ाई करना/ प्रशंसा करना): glorify

Synonyms: applaud, celebrate

Antonyms: castigate, criticize

Example sentence:

Prabhat extolled the virtues of the Russians.

5. SACK (NOUN): (निकाल देना): desecrate

Synonyms: demolish, devastate

Antonyms: build, construct

Example sentence:

Chetan sacked his ideology thoroughly.

6. EBB (NOUN): (प्रतीपगमन): regression

Synonyms: abatement, backflow

Antonyms: improvement, growth

Example sentence:

His mind was filled with umpteen questions.

7. INQUEST (NOUN): (तहकीकात): investigation

Synonyms: probe, examination

Antonyms: conclusion, findings

Example sentence:

There was an inquest by New York newspapers into Manchester Arena attack.

8. RESTIVE (ADJECTIVE): (बेचैन): impatient

Synonyms: fractious, restless

Antonyms: easy-going, patient

Example sentence:

Why are you getting so restive person.

9. REHASH (VERB): (पुरानी सामग्री को नया रूप देना): restate

Synonyms: reuse, change

Antonyms: deny, refuse

Example sentence:

Rahul Vaidya endlessly rehashes old songs of Kumar Sanu.

10. FRIVOLOUS (ADJECTIVE): (मूर्खतापूर्ण): foolish

Synonyms: idiotic, impractical

Antonyms: intelligent, sensible

Example sentence:

He is such a frivolous man.

Sunday, July 29, 2018

Vocab 30 july

FELICITY (NOUN): (परम सुख): ecstasy

Synonyms: cheerfulness, euphoria

Antonyms: despair, gloom

Example Sentence:

I hope my friend finds much felicity in her career.

2. WANTON (ADJECTIVE): (ऊधमी): gratuitous

Synonyms: senseless, unjustifiable

Antonyms: rational, reasonable

Example Sentence:

He presented a wanton idea in the meeting.

3. AUSTERE (ADJECTIVE): (कठोर): stringent

Synonyms: rigid, inflexible

Antonyms: flexible, gentle

Example Sentence:

Anu has an austere family background.

4. EXASPERATION (NOUN): (क्रोध): anger

Synonyms: rage, displeasure

Antonyms: delight, cheer

Example Sentence:

Exasperation was clearly visible from his face.

5. DOUR (ADJECTIVE): (कठोर): bad tempered

Synonyms: rude, blunt

Antonyms: kind, polite

Example Sentence:

In a dour voice, the police officer ordered the suspect out of his vehicle.

6. CAVORT (VERB): (उछलना-कूदना): jump about playfully

Synonyms: prank, play

Antonyms: work, study

Example Sentence:

A kid was cavorting around the corner.

7. BEHINDHAND (ADJECTIVE): (सुस्त): procrastinating

Synonyms: delaying, laggard

Antonyms: diligent, eager

Example Sentence:

I don’t like behindhand mind-set of the people.

8. FRORE (ADJECTIVE): (जमा हुआ): frosty

Synonyms: snowy, wintry

Antonyms: warm, heated

Example Sentence:

She woke up to a frore morning in America.

9. ABORTIVE (ADJECTIVE): (निष्फल): failed

Synonyms: futile, fruitless

Antonyms: profitable, fruitful

Example Sentence:

The rebel officers who led the abortive coup were shot.

10. PERVERT (VERB): (बिगाड़ना): twist

Synonyms: distort, misconstrue

Antonyms: improve, cleanse

Example Sentence:

The boy started to pervert the poem when he could not remember the words.

Saturday, July 28, 2018

Vocab 29 july

DISCRETIONARY (ADJECTIVE): (वैकल्पिक): optional

Synonyms: non-compulsory, voluntary

Antonyms: obligatory, involuntary

Example Sentence:

A wide range of optional excursions is offered.

2. MUZZLE (VERB): (रोकना): censor

Synonyms: suppress, stifle

Antonyms: permit, liberate

Example Sentence:

Opposition leaders accused him of muzzling the news media.

3. RECANT (VERB): (वापस लेना): take back something said

Synonyms: annul, renounce

Antonyms: accept, agree

Example Sentence:

The judge ordered the magazine to recant the false statements it made about the actress.

4. PUERILE (ADJECTIVE): (बचकाना): childish

Synonyms: callow, infantile

Antonyms: mature, adult

Example Sentence:

The fireman was scolded for playing puerile pranks on his coworkers.

5. RHAPSODIZE (VERB): (बड़बड़ाना): rave

Synonyms: babble, declaim

Antonyms: be quiet, be happy

Example Sentence:

You'd rhapsodize with him to his heart's content.

6. NEFARIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (कुटिल): bad

Synonyms: horrible, odious

Antonyms: delightful, gentle

Example Sentence:

One man employed his nefarious scheme to hack into people's computers and steal bank account’s information.

7. JITTERY (ADJECTIVE): (परेशान): nervous

Synonyms: restless, anxious

Antonyms: calm, composed

Example Sentence:

She felt jittery before her stage performance.

8. OBFUSCATE (VERB): (अस्पष्ट करना): confuse

Synonyms: baffle, becloud

Antonyms: clarify, enlighten

Example Sentence:

Because I am a sympathetic teacher, I avoid using language which will obfuscate my students.

9. REPREHENSIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (दोषारोपण करने योग्य): very bad

Synonyms: culpable, disgraceful

Antonyms: good, kind

Example Sentence:

Instead of making reprehensible comments about women, go spread some cheer.

10. ORDAIN (VERB): (स्थापित करना): establish

Synonyms: anoint, enact

Antonyms: ignore, refuse

Example Sentence:

John knows the ministry will never ordain him as a priest because of his checkered past.

Friday, July 27, 2018

Vocab 28 july

EXHORTATION (NOUN): (प्रबोधन): encouragement

Synonyms: laud, praise

Antonyms: insult, discourage

Example Sentence:

The team performed well because of the exhortation of the crowd.

2. STORMY (ADJECTIVE): (तूफ़ानी): violent like a storm

Synonyms: rough, furious

Antonyms: calm, quiet

Example Sentence:

They are going through a stormy phase in their career.

3. GIGANTIC (ADJECTIVE): (बहुत बड़ा): very large

Synonyms: enormous, mammoth

Antonyms: dwarf, miniature

Example Sentence:

A series of disasters frustrated the gigantic scheme.

4. ESTEEM (NOUN): (मान): respect

Synonyms: regard, honor

Antonyms: disregard, dishonor

Example Sentence:

While I cannot force you to stay, I hope you will stay back if you hold my parents in high esteem.

5. ALACRITOUS (ADJECTIVE): (तेज): quick

Synonyms: brisk, speedy

Antonyms: slow, lag

Example Sentence:

The alacritous athlete won the race in no time.

6. GOBSMACKED (ADJECTIVE): (अचम्भित): astonished

Synonyms: flabbergasted, astounded

Antonyms: unfazed, unmoved

Example Sentence:

The accident left all of us like gobsmacked humans.

7. BLABBER (VERB): (गप्पी): talk foolishly

Synonyms: babble, blather

Antonyms: shy, shut

Example Sentence:

They have blabbered with each other since morning.

8. SLUMBERY (ADJECTIVE): (नींद लाने वाला): sleepy

Synonyms: slumberous, tired

Antonyms: alert, vigilant

Example Sentence:

The slumbery employees tried hard to stay awake as their MD spoke.

9. MANIFEST (ADJECTIVE): (ज़ाहिर): clear

Synonyms: plain, apparent,

Antonyms: ambiguous, vague

Example Sentence:

Corporeal beauty fades with time but a beautiful heart remains forever.

10. INOPPORTUNE (ADJECTIVE): (अकालिक): ill-timed

Synonyms: problematic, inconvenient

Antonyms: convenient, appropriate

Example Sentence:

The tiger cubs died because of the inopportune surroundings of the zoo.

Thursday, July 26, 2018

Vocab 27 july

LAG (VERB): (पीछे रह जाना): delay

Synonyms: move slowly, falter

Antonyms: advance, hasten

Example Sentence:

The cessation of the seminar was very clamorous.

2. IMPALPABLE (ADJECTIVE): (अस्पृश्य): intangible

Synonyms: airy, imprecise

Antonyms: perceptible, tangible

Example Sentence:

Little things, almost impalpable, had happened to justify that doubt.

3. GRIEVOUS (ADJECTIVE): (क्षतिकर): severe

Synonyms: appalling, atrocious

Antonyms: acceptable, bearable

Example Sentence:

This was a grievous blow to William, but his courage did not fail.

4. JINX (NOUN): (अशुभ): curse

Synonyms: enchantment, spell

Antonyms: boon, benefit

Example Sentence:

Superstitious persons consider number thirteen a jinx.

5. JARGON (NOUN): (तकनीकी भाषा): language difficult to understand

Synonyms: argot, lingo

Antonyms: quiet, sense

Example Sentence:

It is difficult to understand the jargon of tribal people.

6. LEADERENE (NOUN): (तानाशाह महिला नेत्री): an autocratic female leader

Synonyms: queen, duchess

Antonyms: servant, follower

Example Sentence:

The leaderene of that country criticized the anti-feminist suggestions of her opposition.

7. PANDEMONIUM (NOUN): (विप्लव): craziness

Synonyms: anarchy, tumult

Antonyms: calm, order

Example Sentence:

Many people were badly injured during the pandemonium of the riot.

8. OOMPH (NOUN): (ऊर्जा): energy

Synonyms: fortitude, potency

Antonyms: enervation, laziness

Example Sentence:

All the oomph in the U.S. economy was delivered by the top 10% of households.

9. VERBOSE (ADJECTIVE): (वाचाल): wordy

Synonyms: bombastic, gabby

Antonyms: concise, succinct

Example Sentence:

The verbose speaker went well over his ten-minute limit.

10. RESURRECT (VERB): (फिर ताजा करना): revive

Synonyms: rejuvenate, renovate

Antonyms: agitate, destroy

Example Sentence:

He's not anxious to resurrect any of his prior difficulties.

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Vocab 26 july

IMPUTE (VERB): (मढ़ना): to put blame on

Synonyms: charge, blame

Antonyms: exonerate, defend

Example Sentence:

It is unfair to impute blame to the employees.

2. VIABILITY (NOUN): (जीवन क्षमता): practicability

Synonyms: enthusiasm, zest

Antonyms: dullness, apathy

Example Sentence:

The viability of Financial Inclusion business is under question, because while banks and their delivery partners continue to make investment, they haven’t seen commensurate returns.

3. REVERENT (ADJECTIVE): (श्रद्धालु): showing great respect

Synonyms: appreciative, solemn

Antonyms: impolite, rude

Example Sentence:

A reverent silence followed the professor's lecture.

4. INSULATE (VERB): (अलग करना): to protect from negative impact

Synonyms: seclude, shield

Antonyms: join, mingle

Example Sentence:

We insulated our attic to keep out the cold.

5. INTERWIND (VERB): (लपेटना): twist around

Synonyms: associate, entwine

Antonyms: untwine, untwist

Example Sentence:

Circumstances will often interwind with the moods of simply irritated men.

6. OUST (VERB): (बाहर निकालना): to drive out of power

Synonyms: depose, dethrone

Antonyms: hire, retain

Example Sentence:

The leaders have been ousted from power by nationalists.

7. INSTINCTIVE (ADJECTIVE): (स्वाभाविक): without any deliberation

Synonyms: impulsive, congenital

Antonyms: deliberate, extrinsic

Example Sentence:

It's an instinctive reaction, if a child falls you pick it up.

8. MONSTROUS (ADJECTIVE): (विकट): very unfair

Synonyms: unnatural, shocking

Antonyms: acceptable, pleasant

Example Sentence:

The last statement was long considered so monstrous that it was not believed.

9. BRUTISH (ADJECTIVE): (क्रूर): cruel and uncivilized

Synonyms: beastlike, carnal

Antonyms: gentle, mild

Example Sentence:

Danish is a handsome boy but his brutish behavior defames his character.

10. CRIPPLE (VERB): (पंगु बनाना): to maim

Synonyms: debilitate, attenuate

Antonyms: mobilize, capacitate

Example Sentence:

A total cut-off of supplies would cripple the country's economy.

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Vocab 25 july

TENUOUS (ADJECTIVE): (कमज़ोर): weak, thin

Synonyms: delicate, insubstantial

Antonyms: certain, strong

Example Sentence:

Tenuous relations need great attention and care.

2. CONFLUENCE (NOUN): (संधि-स्थल): coming together

Synonyms: assemblage, junction

Antonyms: division, separation

Example Sentence:

This Garden is located at the confluence of four rivers.

3. REBUT (VERB): (खंडन करना): deny

Synonyms: quash, disapprove

Antonyms: allow, approve

Example Sentence:

He had to rebut charges of acting.

4. OUTLANDISH (ADJECTIVE): (विचित्र): freakish

Synonyms: weird, bizarre

Antonyms: common, familiar

Example Sentence:

He is an outlandish king.

5. SUAVITY (NOUN): (शिष्टता): sophistication

Synonyms: charm, courtesy

Antonyms: misbehaviour, rudeness

Example Sentence:

I need lessons in suavity.

6. THRONG (NOUN): (भीड़): bunch

Synonyms: flock, mass

Antonyms: individual, one

Example Sentence:

He pushed his way through the throng.

7. INCERTITUDE (NOUN): (संदेह): uncertainty

Synonyms: doubt, insecurity

Antonyms: certainty, certitude

Example Sentence:

Some schools broke down under the stresses of policy incertitude.

8. UNRUFFLED (ADJECTIVE): (शान्त): calm

Synonyms: composed, unflappable

Antonyms: upset, worried

Example Sentence:

She was looking unruffled.

9. ANNEX (NOUN): (पूरक अंश): addendum

Synonyms: appendix, adjunct

Antonyms: base, lessening

Example Sentence:

To eliminate overcrowding, the county is going to add an annex to the high school.

10. UNREFUTED (ADJECTIVE): (सही): accurate

Synonyms: authentic, definite

Antonyms: incorrect, indefinite

Example Sentence:

She has completed an unrefuted task.

vocab 24 july

1. THRIVE (VERB): (फूलना फलना): flourish

Synonyms: prosper, bloom

Antonyms: begin, start

Example Sentence:

Education groups thrive on organization.

2. COGENT (ADJECTIVE): (विश्वासप्रद): effective

Synonyms: compelling, convincing

Antonyms: invalid, weak

Example Sentence:

Good orators usually do cogent arguments.

3. TAME (ADJECTIVE): (पालतू): domesticated

Synonyms: docile, gentle

Antonyms: harsh, rough

Example Sentence:

The fish are so tame you have to push them away.

4. CRAM (VERB): (रटना): overcrowd

Synonyms: stuff, pack

Antonyms: release, let out

Example Sentence:

The ashtray by the bed was crammed with cigarette butts.

5. BUCOLIC (ADJECTIVE): (ग्राम्य): rural or rustic

Synonyms: pastoral, agrarian

Antonyms: urban, cultivated

Example Sentence:

When I was young I wished to live in a bucolic village.

6. BEQUEATH (VERB): (वसीयत में देना): give in a will

Synonyms: bestow, entrust

Antonyms: take, keep

Example Sentence:

Parents decided to bequeath the wealth to their children.

7. DAWDLE (VERB): (समय नष्ट करना): waste

Synonyms: loiter, procrastinate

Antonyms: prepone, hurry

Example Sentence:

The boss warned the employee not to dawdle again.

8. IREFUL (ADJECTIVE): (अति क्रुद्ध): furious

Synonyms: crazed, frenetic

Antonyms: calm, elated

Example Sentence:

In this ireful frame of mind, it is impossible to take a right decision.

9. ELUSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (मायावी): mysterious

Synonyms: ambiguous, tricky

Antonyms: honest, stable

Example Sentence:

The animal control officer could not catch the elusive dog.

10. VISCEROUS (ADJECTIVE): (सहजज्ञ): intuitive

Synonyms: instinctive, natural

Antonyms: material, physical

Example Sentence:

It seemed to me that in spite of her lack of previous training she had a viscerous gift for language.

Sunday, July 22, 2018

Vocab 23 july

IGNORAMUS (NOUN): (मूर्ख): stupid

Synonyms: imbecile, dimwit

Antonyms: intellect, brainy

Example Sentence:

Mr Joshi is an ignoramus man.

2. DIRTBALLS (NOUN): (धर्मपथ से हटनेवाला): creep

Synonyms: deviant, sleazebag

Antonyms: standard, usual

Example Sentence:

They were seen as a bunch of dirtballs and liars.

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

Synonyms: practical intelligence, intellect

Antonyms: nonsense, stupid

Example Sentence:

He has a lot of nous.

4. CEDE (VERB): (आत्मसमर्पण करना): surrender

Synonyms: capitulate, hand over

Antonyms: hold, maintain

Example Sentence:

Extradited liquor baron had to cede before Indian government.

5. GLIMPSE (VERB): (झलक): glance

Synonyms: flash, sight

Antonyms: stare, glare

Example Sentence:

Ramya glimpsed a figure standing in the shade.

6. BLEND (NOUN): (मिश्रण): amalgam

Synonyms: fusion, combination

Antonyms: division, separation

Example Sentence:

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

7. AVERSE (ADJECTIVE): (प्रतिकूल): opposing

Synonyms: hesitant, hostile

Antonyms: kind, loving

Example Sentence:

They are quite averse to the suggestion of having year-round school.

8. SENILITY (NOUN): (बुढ़ापा): dementia

Synonyms: decrepitude, dotage

Antonyms: infancy, adolescence

Example Sentence:

He is suffering from senility.

9. RIDICULE (NOUN): (उपहास): travesty

Synonyms: satire, mockery

Antonyms: seriousness, solemnity

Example sentence:

Ravi is held up as an object of ridicule.

10. SUCCOUR (NOUN): (परेशानी में सहायता): assistance

Synonyms: help, aid

Antonyms: hindrance, obstruction.

Example Sentence:

My younger sister is never hesitant to offer succour to anyone who needs it.

Saturday, July 21, 2018

Vocab 22 july

LACKADAISICAL (ADJECTIVE): (लापरवाह): careless, lazy

Synonyms: lethargic, listless

Antonyms: caring, lively

Example sentence:

I hope the medicine is not causing you to be sleepy and lackadaisical.

2. ABATE (VERB): (कम करना): mitigate

Synonyms: lessen, weaken

Antonyms: aggravate, intensify

Example sentence:

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

3. ABJURE (VERB): (त्यागना): renounce

Synonyms: retract, revoke

Antonyms: approve, sanction

Example sentence:

The MP was urged to abjure his allegiance.

4. ARRAIGN (VERB): (दोष लगाना): charge

Synonyms: blame, accuse

Antonyms: exculpate, pardon

Example sentence:

Arun was arraigned with theft.

5. ABETTOR (NOUN): (सहायक): assistant

Synonyms: accomplice, colleague

Antonyms: opponent, adversary

Example sentence:

He was his abettor in crime.

6. COVETOUS (ADJECTIVE): (लोभी): rapacious

Synonyms: greedy, insatiable

Antonyms: magnanimous, generous

Example sentence:

She touched the ring with covetous hands.

7. BLEAK (ADJECTIVE): (बेरंग/ सूना): dismal

Synonyms: gloomy, dark

Antonyms: bright, pleasant

Example sentence:

Manish was found in the bleak little room in despair.

8. ADJUNCT (NOUN): (परिशिष्ट): supplement

Synonyms: addition, complement

Antonyms: lessening, subtraction

Example sentence:

Food technology is an adjunct to learning.

9. ACCORD (NOUN): (सहमति): agreement

Synonyms: harmony, unison

Antonyms: disagreement, denial

Example sentence:

The two countries breached the accord.

10. ABOUND (VERB): (प्रचुर मात्रा में होना): proliferate

Synonyms: thrive, flourish

Antonyms: deficient, destitute

Example sentence:

Rumours of their separation are abound.

Friday, July 20, 2018

Vocab 21 july

FISHY (ADJECTIVE): (संदेहजनक): dubious

Synonyms: doubtful, suspicious

Antonyms: truthful, aboveboard

Example Sentence:

I am convinced there is something fishy going on.

2. KNOTTY (ADJECTIVE): (जटिल): troublesome

Synonyms: mystifying, perplexing

Antonyms: easy, facile

Example Sentence:

It was his knotty idea.

3. KNAVE (NOUN): (दुष्ट): fraud

Synonyms: miscreant, rogue

Antonyms: hero, angel

Example Sentence:

He is known as a notorious knave of this area.

4. LUDICROUS (ADJECTIVE): (ऊटपटांग): absurd

Synonyms: bizarre, comical

Antonyms: normal, ordinary

Example Sentence:

It was a ludicrous statement made by her.

5. KUDOS (NOUN): (प्रशंसा): praise

Synonyms: esteem, applause

Antonyms: dishonour, denunciation

Example Sentence:

When the football team won the state championship, they were given kudos during a celebratory pep rally.

6. JOLT (VERB): (ऐंठना): convulse

Synonyms: disturb, jar

Antonyms: calm, comfort

Example Sentence:

His statement jolted me in my mind.

7. VERBOSE (ADJECTIVE): (वाचाल): wordy

Synonyms: gabby, circumlocutory

Antonyms: concise, succinct

Example Sentence:

He is a verbose man.

8. HERETIC (NOUN): (नास्तिक): schismatic

Synonyms: apostate, pagan

Antonyms: believer, follower

Example Sentence:

As a relapsed heretic, he was left to the secular arm.

9. COVERT (ADJECTIVE): (गुप्त): hidden

Synonyms: undercover, secret

Antonyms: open, known

Example Sentence:

Behind his soft behaviour he has some covert intentions.

10. DEFILE (VERB): (अपवित्र करना): corrupt

Synonyms: degrade, desecrate

Antonyms: honour, praise

Example Sentence:

He tried to defile the system.

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Vocab 20 july

POSTULATE (VERB): (स्वयं सिद्ध मान लेना): to assume to be true or existent

Synonyms: posit, guess

Antonyms: reject, deny

Example Sentence:

Freud postulated that we all have a death instinct.

2. GEHENNA (NOUN): (कष्ट): place of the condemned; bad situation

Synonyms: misery, nightmare

Antonyms: heaven, bliss

Example Sentence:

The survivors of the wreck face a different kind of gehenna.

3. PAUSATION (NOUN): (स्र्कावट): break, pause

Synonyms: hiatus, interruption

Antonyms: continuation, closure

Example Sentence:

You have to finish the task without pausations.

4. SUASIVE (ADJECTIVE): (समझाने-बुझाने वाला): effective

Synonyms: compelling, convincing

Antonyms: ineffective, invalid

Example Sentence:

Ministers of religion as well as physicians have always wielded the authority of suasive powers.

5. RAZZ (VERB): (चिढाना): ridicule

Synonyms: jest, joke

Antonyms: respect, honour

Example Sentence:

I take him at his word that this was basically locker-room talk—a joke, meant to razz other players.

6. MONSTROUS (ADJECTIVE): (विकट/राक्षसी): shockingly devilish

Synonyms: atrocious, heinous

Antonyms: moral, sensible

Example Sentence:

It is monstrous how badly he is treated.

7. MORPH (VERB): (रूप बदलना): to change into

Synonyms: transform, contort

Antonyms: sustain, stagnate

Example Sentence:

Cinematic special effects morphed the villain into a snake.

8. QUINTESSENTIAL (ADJECTIVE): (सारमय): representing the perfect example of a class or quality.

Synonyms: classic, ideal

Antonyms: atypical, unique

Example Sentence:

Everybody thinks of him as the quintessential New Yorker.

9. PREREQUISITE (ADJECTIVE): (शर्त): required or necessary as a prior condition

Synonyms: mandatory, expedient

Antonyms: inessential, voluntary

Example Sentence:

Young children can be taught the prerequisite skills necessary for reading.

10. REVERENT (ADJECTIVE): (श्रद्धालु): showing great respect.

Synonyms: reverential, appreciative

Antonyms: impolite, rude

Example Sentence:

A reverent silence followed the professor's lecture.

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Vocab 19 july

STAGGER लड़खड़ाहट (VERB): amaze

Synonyms: astonish, dumbfound

Antonyms: calm, enlighten

Example Sentence:

He has staggered audiences around the world with his magic tricks.

2. YIELD प्राप्ति (VERB): produce

Synonyms: earn, generate

Antonyms: deny, refuse

Example Sentence:

The apple trees yielded an abundant harvest.

3. ENVISION कल्पना करना(VERB): conceive

Synonyms: visualize, contemplate

Antonyms: disregard, neglect

Example Sentence:

I couldn’t envision myself as anything else.

4. IMPEDE बाधा डालना (VERB): to delay

Synonyms: brake, disrupt

Antonyms: permit, soothe

Example Sentence:

These people can impede performance.

5. CANTANKEROUS झगड़ालू (ADJECTIVE): bad tempered

Synonyms: captious, choleric

Antonyms: pleasant, cheerful

Example Sentence:
He is little larger and cantankerous.

6. BAWDINESS अश्लीलता(NOUN): dirtiness

Synonyms: profaneness, filthiness

Antonyms: decency, sophistication

Example Sentence:

There was a comedy with just a right sprinkling of bawdiness.

7. INCURSION चढ़ाई(NOUN): attack

Synonyms: irruption, intrusion

Antonyms: retreat, withdrawal

Example Sentence:

The US officials urged Iran to end the incursion.

8. SOCIABLE मिलनसार(ADJECTIVE): familiar

Synonyms: convivial, gregarious

Antonyms: aloof, unsociable

Example Sentence:

I’m a lot more sociable with everybody.

9. DISBURSE चुकाना(VERB): spend

Synonyms: dispense, spend

Antonyms: hold, keep

Example Sentence:

$47 million of the pledged aid had already been disbursed.

10.LICENTIOUS मनमाना(ADJECTIVE): libertine

Synonyms: debauched, salacious

Antonyms: moral, controlled

Example Sentence:

Aviraj is licentious and has no regard for the morality of law.

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Vocab 18 july

STEAMROLLER (VERB): (दबाव डालना): force someone into doing something, compel

Synonyms: forcibly pass (a rule), impose

Antonyms: aid, help

Example Sentence:

The government's trying to steamroller a law through.

2. DISCRETION (NOUN): (निर्णय): judgement

Synonyms: calculation, observation

Antonyms: carelessness, negligence

Example Sentence:

They will use their discretion in shifting to the new city.

3. ERUDITE (ADJECTIVE): (विद्वान): scholarly

Synonyms: educated, learned

Antonyms: unintellectual, absent-minded

Example Sentence:

Ella is one of the erudite students of the class.

4. SPUNKY (ADJECTIVE): (दिलेर): spirited

Synonyms: energetic, courageous

Antonyms: inactive, lethargic

Example Sentence:

Natalie is a spunky girl.

5. UNDAUNTED (ADJECTIVE): (निडर): fearless

Synonyms: steadfast, undeterred

Antonyms: coward, timorous

Example Sentence:

David is an undaunted man.

6. APPEASE (VERB): (शांत करना): pacify

Synonyms: soothe, satisfy

Antonyms: aggravate, irritate

Example Sentence:

Every political party tries to appease the minorities to create its own vote bank.

7. GENUFLECT (VERB): (घुटने के बल बैठना): kowtow

Synonyms: bow, kneel

Antonyms: disrespect, disregard

Example Sentence:

I just genuflect before almighty.

8.IMPEACHMENT (NOUN): (दोषारोपण): allegation

Synonyms: arraignment, charge

Antonyms: absolution, acquittal

Example Sentence:

He is a man with unimpeachable.

9. SPITEFUL (ADJECTIVE): (द्वेषपूर्ण): hurtful

Synonyms: barbed, hateful

Antonyms: friendly, kind

Example Sentence:

There stood a very spiteful person in the corner of the room.

10. TREPIDATION (NOUN): (घबराहट): apprehension

Synonyms: anxiety, worry

Antonyms: assurance, composure

Example Sentence:

She had some kind of trepidation in her mind.

Monday, July 16, 2018

Vocab 17 july

RUMPUS (NOUN): (उपद्रव): clamor

Synonyms: discord, fracas

Antonyms: harmony, peace

Example Sentence:

Aniruddh caused a rumpus with his flair for troublemaking.

2. CONCEDE (VERB): (स्वीकार करना): admit

Synonyms: cede, grant

Antonyms: reject, deny

Example Sentence:

I had to concede he was the better player.

3. SECEDE (VERB): (किसी मंडली से हटना): split from

Synonyms: quit, break with

Antonyms: maintain, continue

Example Sentence:

The kingdom of Belgium seceded from the Netherlands in 1830.

4. ETHEREAL (ADJECTIVE): (हवाई): delicate

Synonyms: light, vapory

Antonyms: poor, indelicate

Example Sentence:

The moon came into view over the wintry landscape, its light accented by an ethereal halo.

5. CURB (NOUN): (नियंत्रण): rein

Synonyms: limitation, control

Synonyms: freedom, encouragement

Example Sentence:

Taking a few deep breaths following a heated argument may curb your temper.

6. ANGST (NOUN): (उत्कंठा): feeling of anxiety

Synonyms: agony, apprehension

Antonyms: calmness, confidence

Example Sentence:

A day before the fight, the inexperienced boxer was plagued with angst about losing his first match.

7. ACCOMPLICE (NOUN): (सहकारी): aide

Synonyms: associate, ally

Antonyms: opponent, enemy

Example Sentence:

Priya could not have committed murders in two different towns at the same time unless she had an accomplice.

8. AFTERMATH (ADJECTIVE): (परिणाम): impact

Synonyms: outcome, consequences

Antonyms: source, origin

Example Sentence:

Although the aftermath was daunting, nothing could compare to the moment that the tornado struck the building.

9. BAIT (NOUN): (प्रलोभन): enticement

Synonyms: allurement, attraction

Antonyms: discouragement, repulsion

Example Sentence:

Herrings make excellent bait for pike.

10. BAREFACED (ADJECTIVE): (ढीठ): shameless

Synonyms: apparent, blatant

Antonyms: careful, quiet

Example Sentence:

She revealed his barefaced lies.

Vocab 16 july

LAGGARD (NOUN): (सुस्त): idler

Synonyms: straggler, lingerer

Antonyms: winner, hard worker

Example Sentence:
Ankit was always the laggard who finished in last place.

2. ACQUIESCE (VERB): (मौन स्वीकृति देना): accede

Synonyms: conform, comply

Antonyms: deny, resist

Example Sentence:
I would rather acquiesce to my younger brother’s wish.

3. FLACCID (ADJECTIVE): (शिथिल): nerveless

Synonyms: enfeebled, debilitated

Antonyms: taut, firm

Example Sentence:
The patient’s condition is appearing as flaccid as at first.

4. ABORTIVE (ADJECTIVE): (निष्फल): vain

Synonyms: useless, fruitless

Antonyms: productive, progressive

Example Sentence:
She made an abortive attempt to climb the mountain.

5. CLOUT (NOUN): (प्रभाव): influence

Synonyms: power, dominance

Antonyms: powerlessness, incompetence

Example Sentence:
Ministers often use their clout to get what they want.

6. DITHER (NOUN): (आंदोलन): agitation

Synonyms: tizzy, panic

Antonyms: calm, peace

Example Sentence:
He is in such a dither that he don’t know what to do.

7. ABASEMENT (NOUN): (अपमान): A low or downcast state

Synonyms: abjection, humiliation

Antonyms: praising, commendable

Example Sentence:
Every disaster brought my brother into an attitude of abasement.

8. DELINEATE (VERB): (चित्रित करना): describe

Synonyms: define, depict

Antonyms: distort, confuse

Example Sentence:
It is very difficult to delineate this chapter in few words

9. BLEARY (ADJECTIVE): (अस्पष्ट): blurred

Synonyms: dim, dull

Antonyms: bright, clear

Example Sentence:
I don’t like the bleary atmosphere.

10. DECIMATE (VERB): (बरबाद करना): annihilate

Synonyms: exterminate, obliterate

Antonyms: create, build

Example Sentence:
The corrupt politicians decimated the whole new policy.

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Vocab 15 july

OPACITY (NOUN): (अस्पष्टता): non-transparency

Synonyms: darkness, obscurity

Antonyms: brightness, cognizance

Example Sentence:
I could not see anything due to opacity.

2. SUBVERSION (NOUN): (विनाश): destruction, end

Synonyms: sabotage, disruption

Antonyms: continuation, assistance

Example Sentence:
I don’t know the extent of the others’ subversion.

3. QUANTUM (NOUN): (परिमाण): quantity, amount

Synonyms: amount, measure

Antonyms: part, whole

Example Sentence:
Measuring the quantum amount of the object destroyed it.

4. LEGITIMATE (ADJECTIVE): (वैध): legal, judicial

Synonyms: sensible, consistent

Antonyms: abnormal, illegal

Example Sentence:
The children were legitimate and legal heirs.

5. DISPENSATION (NOUN): (व्यवस्था): system, arrangement

Synonyms: allotment, courtesy

Antonyms: denial, veto

Example Sentence:
To get a divorce, they need to request a dispensation from the leader.

6. PROPAGANDA (NOUN): (प्रचार प्रसार): information used in a political point of view

Synonyms: indoctrination, publicity

Antonyms: truth, principle

Example Sentence:
During election season, politicians try to beat rivals by airing propaganda.

7. DISCLOSURE (NOUN): (प्रकटीकरण): declaration, revelation

Synonyms: acknowledgement, confession

Antonyms: concealment, secret

Example Sentence:
Owing to the disclosure of some of its secrets, the organisations became liberalised.

8. DISCRETIONARY (ADJECTIVE): (विवेकाधीन): optional or non-compulsory

Synonyms: unrestricted, elective

Antonyms: non-discretionary, restricted

Example Sentence:
You have now the discretionary power for the recruitment.

9. ANONYMITY (NOUN): (अनामिता): the condition of being anonymous

Synonyms: namelessness, ambiguity

Antonyms: lucidity, certainty

Example Sentence:
She wants herself anonymity.

10. RELUCTANCE (NOUN): (अनिच्छा): unwillingness

Synonyms: hesitancy, objection

Antonyms: acceptance, allowance

Example Sentence:
He tossed in a hint of reluctance.

Friday, July 13, 2018

Vocab 14 july

FARCE (NOUN): (प्रहसन): absurdity

Synonyms: mockery, travesty

Antonyms: respect, praise

Example Sentence:
The debate turned into a drunken farce.


Synonyms: attracting, captivating

Antonyms: repulsive, repellent

Example Sentence:
The picture was quite inveigling.


Synonyms: ominous, perverse

Antonyms: auspicious, benevolent

Example Sentence:
It was a pretty sinister comment that you made so far.

4. MULISHNESS (NOUN): Doggedness

Synonyms: obstinacy, bullheadedness

Antonyms: irresolution, dubiety

Example Sentence:
He is buying everything by showing his heights of mulishness.

5. PULSATE (VERB): Quaver

Synonyms: tremble, quiver

Antonyms: steady, be still

Example Sentence:
The meek bird was pulsating in the refractory wind.


Synonyms: woeful, sorrowful

Antonyms: elated, cheerful

Example Sentence:
It must be a doleful morning for her and her family.


Synonyms: cogitation, contemplation

Antonyms: avoidance, ignorance

Example Sentence: It is a nice cerebration.


Synonyms: angry, raging

Antonyms: serene, placid

Example Sentence:
Mukesh is a ranting man.


Synonyms: rough, gruff

Antonyms: polite, soft

Example Sentence:
One should not be hoarse towards their workers.


Synonyms: actual, real

Antonyms: false, unreal

Example Sentence:
They provided considerable empirical evidence to support their argument.

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Vocab 13 july

PLURALITY (NOUN): (अधिकता): multiplicity

Synonyms: majority, majority

Antonyms: minority, the smaller number or part

Example Sentence:
Some languages add an extra syllable to mark plurality.


Synonyms: bigoted, partisan

Antonyms: impartial, unbiased

Example Sentence:
Child experts fear the Executive's plans may prove counterproductive.

3. BAROQUE (ADJECTIVE): (सजावटी): decorative

Synonyms: embellished, ornamented

Antonyms: plain, undecorated

Example Sentence:
She had kept a baroque vase in her living room.

4. AMICABLE (ADJECTIVE): (सुशील): friendly

Synonyms: amiable, cozy

Antonyms: rude, hostile

Example Sentence:
He is an amicable person altogether.

5. ALTERCATION (NOUN): (विवाद): wordy quarrel

Synonyms: argument, combat

Antonyms: agreement, peace

Example Sentence:
Two neighbours were involved in the altercation.

6. AIL (VERB): (सताना): hurt

Synonyms: afflict, annoy

Antonyms: help, soothe

Example Sentence:
He was ailed by my remark.

7. DAPPLED (ADJECTIVE): (चितकबरा): checkered

Synonyms: flecked, motley

Antonyms: unflecked, uncoloured

Example Sentence:
She was wearing a dappled coat.

8. ADVERT (VERB): (ध्यान देना): address

Synonyms: attend, consider

Antonyms: disregard, ignore

Example Sentence:
One should advert the opinion of elders.

9. ASPERSION (NOUN): (कलंक): verbal exhibition of bad temper

Synonyms: abuse, detraction

Antonyms: adulation, calmness

Example Sentence:
One should avoid aspersion.

10. SPURT (NOUN): (हलचल): commotion

Synonyms: eruption, explosion

Antonyms: peace, continuity

Example Sentence:
She was distracted by a commotion across the street.

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Vocab 12 july

CARPING (ADJECTIVE): (अवगुण ढूंढ़नेवाला): find fault

Synonyms: complaining, bellyaching

Antonyms: complimentary, forgiving

Example sentence:

They deserve recognition, not carping criticism.

2. CASTIGATE (VERB): (सज़ा देना): to punish

Synonyms: berate, chasten

Antonyms: exonerate, forgive

Example sentence:

The teacher castigated him for his incomplete homework.

3. CAVIL (VERB): (दोष ढूंढना): quibble

Synonyms: object, complain

Antonyms: accept, agree

Example sentence:

This is not the time to cavil about petty details.

4. COERCE (VERB): (विवश करना): to force a person into doing something

Synonyms: compel, press

Antonyms: help, aid

Example sentence:

She was never coerced by her husband into bringing money from her parents.

5. CHARY (ADJECTIVE): (सावधान): careful

Synonyms: cautious, watchful

Antonyms: careless, hasty

Example sentence:

She should be chary of the strangers.

6. DETERIORATE (VERB): (बिगड़ जाना): get worse

Synonyms: decline, worsen

Antonyms: improve, get better

Example sentence:

The condition of her sister has deteriorated.

7. DEMURE (ADJECTIVE): (संकोची): shy

Synonyms: reserved, modest

Antonyms: forward, brash

Example sentence:

I was thinking that Ranu was demure by nature but I was wrong.

8. DERANGED (ADJECTIVE): (विक्षिप्त): mad

Synonyms: crazy, insane

Antonyms: calm, normal

Example sentence:

A deranged man killed 14 people in the city.

9. DEBACLE (NOUN): (पतन): downfall

Synonyms: beating, disaster

Antonyms: triumph, victory

Example sentence:

The poor batting performance resulted in the debacle of the team.

10. DEVOUT (ADJECTIVE): (धर्मनिष्ठ): religious

Synonyms: pious, devoted

Antonyms: unbelieving, insincere

Example sentence:

No doubt, my mother is a devout lady

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Vocab 11 july

CONCEDE (VERB): (स्वीकार करना) accept

Synonyms: cede, admit

Antonyms: deny, refuse

Example Sentence:

I had to concede that I'd overreacted.

2. ENCROACH (VERB): (अधिक्रमण करना) violate

Synonyms: trespass, infringe

Antonyms: shun, abide

Example Sentence:

Rather than encroach on his privacy she might have kept to her room.

3. CONCURRENCE (NOUN): (मेल) unanimity

Synonyms: synchroneity, simultaneity

Antonyms: disagreement, denial

Example Sentence:

Shivya is in the habit of making evasion from every situation.

4. PERSECUTE (VERB): (सताना) harass

Synonyms: torment, domineer

Antonyms: comfort, console

Example Sentence:

The major kept on persecuting the soldiers.

5. GIGANTIC (ADJECTIVE): (विशाल) huge

Synonyms: enormous, immense

Antonyms: small, slight

Example Sentence:

A gigantic lily grows at a height of 10 feet’s.

6. RAMPAGE (NOUN): (हंगामा) binge

Synonyms: disturbance, violence

Antonyms: calm, peace

Example Sentence:

Sarmishtha ravaged all our weekend plans.

7. TRECHAREOUS (ADJECTIVE): (विश्वासघाती) disloyal

Synonyms: faithless, unreliable

Antonyms: faithful, reliable

Example Sentence:

Advaik is a treacherous junk-dealer.

8. SANGUINE (ADJECTIVE): (आशावादी) confident

Synonyms: hopeful, optimistic

Antonyms: pessimistic, depressed

Example Sentence:

Vishal is a sanguine person in every adverse situation.

9. ORDAIN (VERB): (भयाक्रांत) impose

Synonyms: order, proclaim

Antonyms: unworried, unruffled

Example Sentence:

Vikram knows the ministry will never ordain him as a priest.

10. AGHAST (ADJECTIVE): (स्‍वादहीन) horrified

Synonyms: anxious, appalled

Antonyms: delicious, pungent

Example Sentence:

Dinner tastes insipid.

Monday, July 9, 2018

Vocab 10 july

UBER (ADJECTIVE): (शानदार): super, extreme or outstanding.

Synonyms: magnificent, extraordinary

Antonyms: worthless, useless

Example Sentence:

It’s an uber ride.

2. NOSTRUM (NOUN): (औषध): cure

Synonyms: panacea, potion

Antonyms: disease, injury

Example sentence:

Supermarket shelves are lined with nostrums claiming to alleviate flu symptoms.

3. ADORABLE (ADJECTIVE): (प्यारा): lovable especially in a childlike or naive way.

Synonyms: lovely, gullible

Antonyms: hateful, mature

Example Sentence:

What an adorable set of twins!

4. FOUL (ADJECTIVE): (कलुषित): highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust.

Synonyms: bad, rotten

Antonyms: fair, good

Example Sentence:

From where this foul smell is coming?

5. PUTREFACTION (NOUN): (सड़न): decay

Synonyms: adulteration, decomposition

Antonyms: betterment, growth

Example sentence:

At an early age Mathew contributed to our knowledge of the causes of putrefaction and fermentation.

6. DELINEATE (VERB): (चित्रित करना): describe; outline

Synonyms: define, depict

Antonyms: distort, confuse

Example Sentence:

It is very difficult to delineate this chapter in few words.

7. ABSURD (ADJECTIVE): (बेतुका): inconsistent with reason, logic or common sense.

Synonyms: idiotic, illogical

Antonyms: logical, sensible

Example Sentence:

What an absurd idea !

8. ABASEMENT (NOUN): (मानहानि): A low or downcast state.

Synonyms: abjection, humiliation

Antonyms: praising, commendable

Example Sentence:

Every disaster brought my brother into an attitude of abasement.

9. PREVARICATE (VERB): (छलकपट करना): belie

Synonyms: cavil, con

Antonyms: be honest, tell truth

Example sentence:

British ministers continued to prevaricate on the issue.

10. PROPINQUITY (NOUN): (सान्निध्य): closeness

Synonyms: togetherness, nearness

Antonyms: distance, remoteness

Example sentence:

My maternal uncle is in great propinquity with me.

Sunday, July 8, 2018

Vocab 9 july

PUTATIVE (ADJECTIVE): (कल्पित): presumed

Synonyms: presumptive, supposed

Antonyms: proven, real

Example sentence:

Many people see garlic juice as a putative cure of runny noses.

2. WEARABLE (ADJECTIVE): (पहनने योग्य):(especially of clothing) easy to wear.

Synonyms: suitable, appropriate

Antonyms: not suitable, unfavorable

Example Sentence:

Are these clothes wearable for the party?

3. PUSILLANIMOUS (ADJECTIVE): (कायर):fearful

Synonyms: afraid, cowardly

Antonyms: bold, brave

Example sentence:

The authorities are too pusillanimous to deal with this situation.

4. PETULANT (ADJECTIVE): (ढीठ): crabby

Synonyms: impatient, cranky

Antonyms: patient, good-natured

Example sentence:

I was sick and petulant, and finally quarrelled with my friend.


5. ABSENTEEISM (NOUN): (अनुपस्थिति): habitual absence from work.

Synonyms: truancy, emptiness

Antonyms: presence, witness

Example Sentence:

Absenteeism is not welcomed in private jobs.

6. PROCLIVITY (NOUN): (प्रवृत्ति): inclination

Synonyms: penchant, predilection

Antonyms: disinclination, antipathy

Example sentence:

The principal had the special proclivity towards the toppers.

7. PIQUE (NOUN): (नाराज़ी): anger

Synonyms: annoyance, displeasure

Antonyms: delight, happiness

Example sentence:

Alisha walked out of the room in a fit of pique.

8. IRATE (ADJECTIVE): (क्रुद्ध): extremely angry.

Synonyms: furious, angered

Antonyms: calm, quiet.

Example Sentence:

The irate customer is still shouting.

9. DISARMING (ADJECTIVE): (निरस्त्रीकरण): winning favor or confidence

Synonyms: convincing, ingratiating

Antonyms: despicable, disgusting

Example sentence:

Rahim said that he approached with a disarming smile.

10. ACCESSIBILITY (NOUN): (अभिगम्यता/ पहुँच):capable of being reached.

Synonyms: approachability, affordable

Antonyms: unreachable, inconvenience

Example Sentence:

There is no accessibility to this place.

Vocab 8 july

VIRTUOSO (NOUN): (गुणी): person who is an expert

Synonyms: prodigy, adept

Antonyms: amateur, ignoramus

Example Sentence:

He is a virtuoso in painting.

2. EPIGRAM (NOUN): (चुटकुला): joke

Synonyms: witticism, quirk

Antonyms: seriousness, sincerity

Example Sentence:

He is an expert in cracking epigrams.

3. WHEEDLE (VERB): (खुशामद से मना लेना): flatter

Synonyms: cajole, coax

Antonyms: disgust, bully

Example Sentence:

To wheedle your boss is not a solution of every problem.

4. EFFACE (VERB): (मिटाना): destroy

Synonyms: abolish, annihilate

Antonyms: retain, maintain

Example Sentence:

He effaced the building completely.

5. RAMBUNCTIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (उधमी): loud, energetic

Synonyms: boisterous, noisy

Antonyms: calm, quiet

Example Sentence:

It was a rambunctious party.

6. FEUD (VERB): (झगड़ा): quarrel

Synonyms: fight, bicker

Antonyms: agree, socialize

Example Sentence:

He feuded unnecessarily with his friends.

7. FANATICAL (ADJECTIVE): (कट्टर): narrow minded

Synonyms: orthodox, biased

Antonyms: liberal, unprejudiced

Example Sentence:

In old days most of the people had fanatical thinking.

8. SKULLDUGGERY (NOUN): (फरेब): tricky behaviour

Synonyms: chicanery, crafty

Antonyms: probity, modesty

Example Sentence:

He always knew about his brother’s skullduggery towards others.

9. QUASH (VERB): (समाप्त करना): cancel

Synonyms: revoke, abrogate

Antonyms: permit, authorize

Example Sentence:

For no reasons her job offer letter was quashed.

10. TYRO (NOUN): (नवशिक्षित): beginner

Synonyms: novice, learner

Antonyms: expert, veteran

Example Sentence:

You may be a tyro at golf now, but with time and practice, you will master the sport.

Friday, July 6, 2018

Vocab 7 july

PRECIPICE (NOUN): (खड़ी चट्टान): Steep

Synonyms: cliff, crag

Antonyms: plain, straight

Example Sentence:

There was a deep precipice along the road.

2. FRAIL (ADJECTIVE): (दुर्बल): weak

Synonyms: breakable, feeble

Antonyms: hearty, strong

Example sentence:

He has become so frail that he can’t stand properly.

3. KIBBLE (VERB): (टुकड़े टुकड़े करना): Crush

Synonyms: crumble, grate

Antonyms: build, liberate

Example Sentence:

I kibbled red black pepper and cheese in my dish.

4. MUSTER (NOUN): (सभा): Assembly

Synonyms: gathering, roster

Antonyms: division, separation

Example Sentence:

They mustered at the playground.

5. EFFETE (ADJECTIVE): (नष्ट बल /अशक्त): Self-indulgent

Synonyms: spoilt, destroyed

Antonyms: disciplined, proper

Example Sentence:

He is an effete kid.

6. JOSTLE (VERB): (संघर्ष करना): To compete for something

Synonyms: struggle, tussle

Antonyms: harmonize, co-ordinate

Example Sentence:

He was jostling to clinch the title.

7. CORDIAL (ADJECTIVE): (सौहार्दपूर्ण): Warm-hearted

Synonyms: affable, friendly

Antonyms: hostile, indifferent

Example Sentence:

If you treat people in a cordial manner, they will treat you well also.

8. ELOQUENCE (NOUN): (वाग्मिता): fervor

Synonyms: diction, fluency

Antonyms: incompetence, inarticulateness

Example Sentence:

His eloquence is made him hero among all the aspirants.

9. FLEECE (VERB): (ठगना): con

Synonyms: defraud, dupe

Antonyms: help, be honest

Example sentence:

The story of the fleece was as follows.

10. SPLOSH (VERB): (पानी का छपका डालना):Sprinkle

Synonyms: splash, moisten

Antonyms: collocate, cluster

Example Sentence:

She sploshed water over the plants.

Thursday, July 5, 2018

Vocab 6 july

ENCROACH (VERB): (अतिक्रमण करना):impinge

Synonyms: intrude, infringe

Antonyms: keep off, ignore

Example Sentence:

The Chinese army continues to encroach on Indian territory.

2. EMBEZZLE (VERB): (जाली बनाना): misuse

Synonyms: forge, swindle

Antonyms: reimburse, compensate

Example Sentence:

He was caught embezzling money from his client.

3. JOCULAR (ADJECTIVE): (विनोद-प्रिय): Funny

Synonyms: humorous, playful

Antonyms: gloomy, sad

Example Sentence:

I made a jocular statement at the party.

4. JIBE (VERB): (सहमत होना): To agree

Synonyms: harmonize, conform

Antonyms: disagree, differ

Example Sentence:

I do not jibe with his idea.

5. TRANQUIL (ADJECTIVE): (शांतचित्त): peaceful

Synonyms: calm, pastoral

Antonyms: agitated, aroused

Example sentence:

She wants to lead a tranquil life.

6. TUTELARY (ADJECTIVE): (संरक्षक):Protecting

Synonyms: Guardian, advisory

Antonyms: careless, inattentive

Example Sentence:

He was acting as a tutelary brother for me that day.


7. MOUSY (ADJECTIVE): (संकोची): introverted

Synonyms: drab, shy

Antonyms: confident, fancy

Example sentence:

Garima is a mousy person.

8. IMPAIRED (ADJECTIVE): (बिगड़ा हुआ): marred

Synonyms: faulty, flawed

Antonyms: perfect, unbroken

Example Sentence:

She has an impaired vision.

9. EARNEST (ADJECTIVE): (उत्सुक): sincere

Synonyms: fervent, passionate

Antonyms: frivolous, silly

Example Sentence:

His earnest approach made him winner.

10. UNCONSCIONABLE (ADJECTIVE): (अनुचित): immoral

Synonyms: uncivilized, unethical

Antonyms: cultured, civilized

Example Sentence:

The judge deemed the torture and killings of innocent people to be unconscionable

Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Vocab 5 july

INTREPID (ADJECTIVE): (निडर): fearless

Synonyms: courageous, heroic

Antonyms: afraid, fearful

Example Sentence:

I am an intrepid person.

2. BALMY (ADJECTIVE): (सौम्य):

Synonyms: moist, tropical

Antonyms: balanced, inclement

Example Sentence:
This fabric gives a balmy effect on the viewer’s eye.

3. ABROGATE (VERB): (अभिनिषेध करना): abolish

Synonyms: annul, invalidate

Antonyms: approve, permit

Example Sentence:

Thus the new rule was abrogated.

4. RECONDITE (ADJECTIVE): (गंभीर): abstruse

Synonyms: arcane, cabalistic

Antonyms: obvious, simple

Example Sentence:

The new colony is full of recondite apartments.

5. PROPINQUITY (NOUN): (सान्निध्य): closeness

Synonyms: affinity, nearness

Antonyms: remoteness, distance

Example Sentence:
I felt deep propinquity between them.

6. ABNEGATE (VERB): (अस्वीकार करना):renounce

Synonyms: abstain, decline

Antonyms: accept, use

Example Sentence:

She attempts to abnegate personal responsibility.

7. TUMULT (NOUN): (कोलाहल): agitation

Synonyms: commotion, convulsion

Antonyms: harmony, peace

Example Sentence:

These days tumult and fracas is going on in Delhi.

8. CONDONE (VERB): (माफ करना): excuse

Synonyms: forget, forgive

Antonyms: deny, refuse

Example Sentence:

She said to the teacher kindly condone my faults.

9. OBLOQUY (NOUN): (अपमान): calumny

Synonyms: aspersion, censure

Antonyms: approval, exaltation

Example Sentence:

He faced obloquy by them.

10. BEDLAM (NOUN): (अव्यवस्था): chaotic situation

Synonyms: chaos, clamour

Antonyms: calmness, silence

Example Sentence:

In the absence of a teacher, the classroom was in a bedlam.

Vocab 4 july

STOUT (ADJECTIVE): (बलवान): strong

Synonyms: sturdy, robust

Antonyms: tender, wobbly

Example Sentence:

Ishant had armed himself with a stout stick.

2. OCCULT (ADJECTIVE): (गुप्त): mysterious

Synonyms: concealed, hidden

Antonyms: bare, exposed

Example Sentence:

Their marriage is an occult ceremony.

3. IMPUTE (VERB): (आरोप लगाना): attribute

Synonyms: ascribe, accredit

Antonyms: exculpate, exonerate

Example Sentence:

The crimes were imputed to Vikas.

4. LAMENT (VERB): (विलाप): to mourn or grieve deeply

Synonyms: bemoan, deplore

Antonyms: relieve, celebrate

Example Sentence:

I lament for those who binge believe drinking is a fun.

5. LUCRE (NOUN): (धन): money, profits

Synonyms: capital, cash

Antonyms: bills, debt

Example Sentence:

Gangsters searched the house for hidden lucre but found nothing.

6. LAX (ADJECTIVE): (सुस्त): slack, remiss

Synonyms: careless, lenient

Antonyms: attentive, careful

Example Sentence:

Her lax attitude left people thinking she was disinterested.


7. MAIM (VERB): (पंगु बनाना): cripple, put out of action

Synonyms: disable, disfigure

Antonyms: care, aid

Example Sentence:

If you do not want your vicious dog to maim or fatally injure people, then you should put him down.

8. MANGLE (VERB): (वध करना): mutilate, deform

Synonyms: bruise, contort

Antonyms: beautify, repair

Example Sentence:

How should I fret to mangle every line?

9. NADIR (NOUN): (निम्नतम): lowest point

Synonyms: base, bottom

Antonyms: top, highest point

Example Sentence:

The sun does not spring at once from the nadir to the zenith.

10. ODIUM (NOUN): (लोकद्वेष): shame, dishonor

Synonyms: abhorrence, antipathy

Antonyms: affection, approval

Example Sentence:

Because of my odium for the politician’s views, I have no plans to vote for him.

Monday, July 2, 2018

Vocab3 july

YEARN (VERB): (उत्कट इच्छा होना): desire strongly

Synonyms: crave, covet

Antonyms: abjure, dislike

Example Sentence:

I am yearning for waterballs.

2. JABBER (VERB): (गपशप करना): babble

Synonyms: chatter, gab

Antonyms: be silent, be quiet

Example Sentence:

Anahita likes to jabber a lot.

3. UTOPIA (NOUN): (आदर्शलोक): bliss

Synonyms: paradise, ideal place

Antonyms: hell, place of the condemned

Example Sentence:

I live in a utopia.

4. SLING (VERB): (टांगना): throw

Synonyms: hoist, hurl

Antonyms: receive, keep

Example Sentence:

When I tried to do it with the sling on, I lost my balance.

5. VILIFY (VERB): (बदनाम करना): criticize

Synonyms: damn, malign

Antonyms: praise, laud

Example Sentence:

She was vilifying Aman.

6. ORCHESTRATE (VERB): (क्रमबद्ध करना): organize

Synonyms: arrange, set up

Antonyms: disperse, divide

Example Sentence:

They will orchestrate the meeting for you.

7. LOUT (NOUN): (गंवार): boor

Synonyms: brute, slob

Antonyms: gentle, mild

Example Sentence:

He is a lout person.


8. STEREOTYPED (ADJECTIVE): (मंद): banal

Synonyms: dull, hackneyed

Antonyms: fresh, new

Example Sentence:

It was a stereotyped movie.

9. VEHEMENCE (NOUN): (जोश): intensity

Synonyms: fervor, frenzy

Antonyms: peace, peacefulness

Example Sentence:

The vehemence of his temper was controlled by an affectionate disposition.

10. TRAVESTY (NOUN): (व्यंग्य): mockery

Synonyms: spoof, satire

Antonyms: seriousness, solemnity

Example Sentence:

Allowing students to cheat in tests is a travesty of education.

Sunday, July 1, 2018

Vocab 2 july

SECEDE (VERB): (छोड़ना): pull away

Synonyms: abdicate, leave

Antonyms: hold, remain

Example Sentence:

The small island nation opted to secede from its mothering country.

2. CLANDESTINE (ADJECTIVE): (गुप्त): done ively

Synonyms: covert, fraudulent

Antonyms: legal, public

Example Sentence:

Natasha requested me to keep her idea clandestine.

3. ENGULF (VERB): (आत्मसात करना): consume

Synonyms: absorb, encompass

Antonyms: neglect, uncover

Example Sentence:

We in this generation do not engulf ourselves in the long-lived traditions.

4. ENCOMIUM (NOUN): (गुणानुवाद): tribute

Synonyms: accolade, salutation

Antonyms: blame, criticism

Example Sentence:

Shivi has written an encomium celebrating the art form.

5. ENGENDER (VERB): (पैदा करना): cause or give rise

Synonyms: arouse, instigate

Antonyms: prevent, halt

Example Sentence:

They lose their power over people, they lose their ability to engender fear

6. ELITE (NOUN): (अनन्य): a select group that is superior

Synonyms: exclusive, noble

Antonyms: ordinary, low- class

Example Sentence:

Abhinay belonged to an elite class.

7. RANT (VERB): (डांटना): to taunt or scold

Synonyms: yelling, raving

Antonyms: calm, quiet

Example Sentence:

Prithwi spent hours ranting about the hike in gasoline prices.

8. MOURN (VERB): (शोक करना): be sad over loss

Synonyms: lament, regret

Antonyms: please, delight

Example Sentence:

We mourn the loss of our great leader.

9. MONSTROSITY (NOUN): (सनकी): freak

Synonyms: abnormality, deformity

Antonyms: beauty, simplicity

Example Sentence:

Paarth hates thinking alone and regards it as a monstrosity.

10. CLOWNING (NOUN): (मूर्खता): foolery

Synonyms: prank, nonsense

Antonyms: tragedy, seriousness

Example Sentence:

His acts are no less than clowning.