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Sunday, September 30, 2018

Vocab 1 October

CIRCUMSPECT (ADJECTIVE): cautious: (सतर्क)

Synonyms: careful, prudent

Antonyms: careless, unwise

Example Sentence:

Circumspect doctors avoid recommending wrong medicines to their patients.

2. FLUKE (NOUN): chance of occurrence: (अनायास सफलता)

Synonyms: blessing, quirk

Antonyms: misfortune, certainty

Example Sentence:

Their victory was a bit of a fluke.

3. INSURMOUNTABLE (ADJECTIVE): impossible: (अजेय)

Synonyms: unbeatable, invincible

Antonyms: attainable, defeatable

Example Sentence:

It is an unsurmountable task to get any high degree without studying for it.
4. INTRICATE (ADJECTIVE): very complicated or detailed: (कठिन)

Synonyms: complex, difficult

Antonyms: easy, straightforward

Example Sentence:

Biology is considered as an intricate subject.
5. RANCOUR (NOUN): bitterness, hatefulness: (द्वेष)

Synonyms: animosity, hostility

Antonyms: friendliness, kindness

Example Sentence:

Although my friend betrayed me, I have no rancour towards him.

6. EVINCE (VERB): to show, reveal: (दिखाना)

Synonyms: manifest, demonstrate

Antonyms: conceal, hide

Example Sentence:

His nail biting evinced that he was nervous for the interview.

7. EXPIATE (VERB): to rectify: (क्षतिपूर्ति करना)

Synonyms: amend, correct

Antonyms: worsen, destroy

Example Sentence:

It is better to expiate your mistakes than to find excuses.

8. METTLESOME (ADJECTIVE): brave: (साहसी)

Synonyms: courageous, high-spirited

Antonyms: meek, fearful

Example Sentence:

Amit is a mettlesome boy.

9. SANGUINE (ADJECTIVE): optimistic and confident: (आशावादी)

Synonyms: happy, cheerful

Antonyms: morose, sad

Example Sentence:

The sanguine lady started her new business.

10. DEMUR (VERB): disagree: (आपत्ति करना)

Synonyms: vacillate, oppose

Antonyms: accept, agree

Example Sentence:

There were certain reasons to demur the proposal.

Saturday, September 29, 2018

Vocab 30 September

CANDOR (NOUN): (निष्कपटता): complete honesty

Synonyms: directness, fairness

Antonyms: dishonesty, unfairness

Example Sentence:

Lisa has done her task with complete candor.

2. DEVIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (कपटपूर्ण): deceitful

Synonyms: duplicitous, insidious

Antonyms: honest, forthright

Example Sentence:

Rohit plays a devious character.

3. DISENTOMB (VERB): (अन्वेषण करना): disclose

Synonyms: resurrect, unearth

Antonyms: entomb, bury

Example Sentence:

They disentombed the matter.

4. DEFALCATION (NOUN): (कमज़ोरी): default

Synonyms: disaster, failure

Antonyms: accomplishment, achievement

Example Sentence:

Imran made defalcation in funds.

5. DEBILITY (NOUN): decrepitude

Synonyms: enervation, enfeeblement

Antonyms: soundness, healthiness

Example Sentence:

Even though she beat cancer, she still dealt with debility from her battle.

6. DISPARATE (ADJECTIVE): (पृथक्): contrasting

Synonyms: discordant, diverse

Antonyms: agreeing, alike

Example Sentence:

Avni made disparate arguments.

7. CANARD (NOUN): (झूठी अफवाह): fabrication

Synonyms: exaggeration, lie

Antonyms: truth, reality

Example Sentence:

Her statement was full of canard.

8. DOYEN (NOUN): (दल के उच्च सदस्य):legislator

Synonyms: principal, authority

Antonyms: pupil, student

Example Sentence:

Amit is a doyen of this organisation.

9. CESSATION (NOUN): (‎समाप्ति, विराम): abeyance

Synonyms: breather, discontinuance

Antonyms: activity, continuity

Example Sentence:

Since the bad weather has caused a temporary building cessation, the office building will not be completed on time.

10. BRIGAND (NOUN): (डाकू): hoodlum

Synonyms: bandit, desperado

Antonyms: law, police

Example Sentence:

Anshul is a brigand.

Friday, September 28, 2018

Vocab 29 September

VIBRANT (ADJECTIVE): energetic : (जोशपूर्ण)

Synonyms: spirited, virile

Antonyms: dispirited, lethargic

Example Sentence:

The rich merchants are a part of a vibrant economy.

2. UNFEIGNED (ADJECTIVE): original: (अकृत्रिम)

Synonyms: genuine, real

Antonyms: pretended, counterfeit

Example Sentence:

The reality show was completely unfeigned and free of scripted fights.

3. ADUMBRATE (VERB): foreshadow: (पूर्वाभास देना)

Synonyms: outline, darken

Antonym: illuminate, light up

Example Sentence:

The setting sun adumbrates the bridge to create a scenic view.

4. BUNGLE (VERB): mess up: (घपला)

Synonyms: blunder, mismanage

Antonyms: manage, fix

Example Sentence:

He was fired as he could bungle the simplest of tasks given to him.

5. FUGITIVE (ADJECTIVE): person escaping law: (भगोड़ा)

Synonyms: escapee, outlaw

Antonyms: enduring, confronting

Example Sentence:

The fugitive don rarely left his cabin to avoid any social contact.

6. CAUCUS (NOUN): group gathered to make decisions: (दल)

Synonyms: gathering, convention

Antonym: individual, one

Example Sentence:

The legislative caucus had a long discussion over the new bill.

7. CHASM (NOUN): gap: (गहरी खाई)

Synonyms: crater, rift

Antonyms: closure, juncture

Example Sentence:

The chasm between the rich and poor has grown wider over the last decade.

8. TIRADE (NOUN): abuse: (आक्षेप)

Synonyms: ranting, denunciation

Antonyms: praise, complement

Example Sentence:

The employee launched a tirade when fired from his job.

9. TUMULT (NOUN): chaos: (कोलाहल)

Synonyms: commotion, agitation

Antonyms: harmony, peace

Example sentence:

The petrol prices are rising due to the political tumult in the gulf countries

10. RAUCOUS (ADJECTIVE): noisy : (उग्र)

Synonyms: discordant, loud

Antonyms: mild, quiet

Example Sentence:

Her birthday parties were raucous but fun.

Thursday, September 27, 2018

Vocab 28 September

ALLAY (VERB): pacify: (शान्त करना)

Synonyms: lighten, assuage

Antonyms: heighten, agitate

Example Sentence:

A good teacher works hard to allay the concerns of all the students in his class.

2. ABJURE (VERB): forsake: (त्यागना)

Synonyms: renounce, disapprove

Antonyms: approve, sanction

Example Sentence:

Martha has chosen to abjure her favourite dessert, while on her diet.

3. FALLACY (NOUN): mistake: (धोखा)

Synonyms: delusion, deception

Antonyms: veracity, truth

Example Sentence:

It is a fallacy that all poor people are uneducated.

4. LASSITUDE (NOUN): tiredness: (थकान)

Synonyms: languor, weariness

Antonyms: vivacity, agility

Example Sentence:

After finishing his exercise routine, Daniel conquered his lassitude by drinking an energy drink

5. GUILE (NOUN): cunningness: (धूर्तता)

Synonyms: deceit, slyness

Antonyms: honesty, truthfulness

Example Sentence:

The richest man of our city has used all his money and guile to get into politics.

6. HAGGARD (ADJECTIVE): exhausted: (मरियल)

Synonyms: gaunt, emaciated

Antonyms: exuberant, active

Example Sentence:

From John’s haggard appearance, it was obvious that he had way too many drinks last night.

7. INSINUATE (VERB): force one’s way into: (दिल में जगह करना)

Synonyms: instil, infuse

Antonyms: conceal, suppress

Example Sentence:

Longing to be popular, she made several attempts to insinuate herself into the crowd of popular kids.

8. SOLITUDE (NOUN): aloneness: (एकांत)

Synonyms: isolation, seclusion

Antonyms: togetherness, companionship

Example Sentence:

A bit of solitude is often all you need to clear your head and rethink your approach.

9. FOE (NOUN): opponent: (विरोधी)

Synonyms: adversary, antagonist.

Antonyms: friend, comrade

Example Sentence:

Although they used to be close friends, it ended when Myra befriended his political foe.

10. CONSPICUOUS (ADJECTIVE): distinguished: (विख्यात)

Synonyms: prominent, obvious

Antonyms: unapparent, obscure

Example Sentence:

Performing well in studies will make you conspicuous among the other students.

Vocab 27 September

PAINSTAKING (ADJECTIVE): thorough: (बहुत ही सावधानीपूर्वक किया गया)
Synonyms: strenuous, diligent
Antonyms: lethargic, unscrupulous
Example Sentence:
Our institute makes painstaking efforts for our success.

2. FORGE (VERB): counterfeit: (नकली बनाना)
Synonyms: fabricate, falsify
Antonyms: invent, produce
Example Sentence:
They forged the signatures of all the directors and are now in jail.

3. DRIVE (NOUN): campaign for cause: (आंदोलन)
Synonyms: crusade, initiative
Antonyms: idleness, inactivity
Example Sentence:
They are sponsoring the drive for driving safely and following the traffic rules.

4. MINGLE (VERB): join: (घुलना मिलना)
Synonyms: blend, intermix
Antonyms: disjoin, unmix
Example Sentence:
We need to mingle in order to work properly.

5. OFFSET (VERB): balance: (बराबर कर देना)
Synonyms: equalize, neutralize
Antonyms: disturb, disproportion
Example Sentence:
His speech offset the disturbances caused earlier.

6. TIP-OFF (NOUN): hint: (संकेत)
Synonyms: prompt, suggestion
Antonyms: ignorance, carelessness
Example Sentence:
We have come across a tip-off from the Pakistanis regarding terror activities.

7. DIVERT (VERB): turn in a different directions: (राह से परे हटाना)
Synonyms: deflect, alter
Antonyms: maintain, straighten
Example Sentence:
We need to divert their attention towards the actual issues.

8. DAWN (NOUN): beginning of the day: (उषा-काल)
Synonyms: daybreak, aurora
Antonyms: darkness, sundown
Example Sentence:
We need to wake up before dawn and get started with our day.

9. SUBSIDY (NOUN): money given to help another: (आर्थिक सहायता)
Synonyms: bonus, financial aid
Antonyms: forfeit, theft
Example Sentence:
The subsidy for the poor is being stolen by greedy and wealthy politicians.

10. APPEAL (NOUN): request for help: (निवेदन)
Synonyms: petition, proposal
Antonyms: disclaimer, revocation
Example Sentence:
They have appealed against the judgment given by the Honorable High Court.

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Vocab 26 September

EAGERNESS (NOUN): enthusiasm: (उत्सुकता)

Synonyms: longing, yearning

Antonyms: apathy, reluctance

Example Sentence:

His eagerness for fame can be seen in his actions.

2. ARDUOUS (ADJECTIVE): difficult: (कठिन)

Synonyms: onerous, uphill

Antonyms: effortless, pleasant

Example Sentence:

The arduous task was completed on time.

3. FANATIC (NOUN): an overenthusiastic person: (उन्मादी)

Synonyms: bigot, radical

Antonym: liberal, moderate

Example Sentence:

The fanatics are disliked by everyone.

4. PINNACLE (NOUN): top: (परमोत्कर्ष)

Synonyms: apex, zenith

Antonyms: nadir, base

Example Sentence:

They reached the pinnacle of their career honestly.

5. DETRIMENT (NOUN): disadvantage: (अहित)

Synonyms: liability, drawback

Antonyms: boon, gain

Example Sentence:

They faced many detriments while achieving their goal.

6. ZEST (NOUN): spicing: (स्वाद)

Synonyms: seasoning, flavoring

Antonym: indifference, lethargy

Example Sentence:

A bit of zest is important in life.

7. WAYWARD (ADJECTIVE): contrary: (स्वेच्छाचारी)

Synonyms: delinquent, capricious

Antonyms: compliant, obedient

Example Sentence:

The wayward points in the case made him lose it.

8. GAPE (VERB): stare: (मुँह बाये देखना)

Synonyms: glare, ogle

Antonyms: ignore, overlook

Example Sentence:

Many people gape in anger.

9. PINE (VERB): long for: (लालायित होना)

Synonyms: crave, hanker

Antonyms: dislike, despise

Example sentence:

They pined for a lot money and ended up in jail.

10. MUFFLED (ADJECTIVE): quietened: (अवरुद्ध)

Synonyms: silenced, subdued

Antonyms: encouraged, promoted

Example Sentence:

He muffled the noise with his roar.

Monday, September 24, 2018

Vocab 25 September

ENAMOURED (VERB): delighted by:(प्रेममत्त)

Synonyms: enchanted, fascinated

Antonyms: hated, disliked

Example Sentence:

My brother is so enamored with cricket that he doesn’t miss a single match.

2. ESCAPADE (NOUN): usually a light hearted adventure:(शरारत)

Synonyms: mischief, vagary

Antonyms: seriousness, gravity

Example Sentence:

The teen’s little escapade at the club earned him 6 months imprisonment.

3. EMINENT (ADJECTIVE): remarkable:(अग्रगण्य)

Synonyms: esteemed, famed

Antonym: insignificant, unremarkable

Example Sentence:

Big B is one of the most eminent stars of Indian cinema.

4. EMULATE (VERB): copy:(अनुकरण करना)

Synonyms: imitate, mimic

Antonyms: differ, oppose

Example Sentence:

The kids emulated the characters very nicely in the play.

5. ENDEAR (VERB): attract attention:(प्रिय बनाना)

Synonyms: captivate, charm

Antonyms: disconnect, repulse

Example Sentence:

If you want to endear my son, bring him chocolates.

6. FETTER (VERB): tie up:(रोक लगाना)

Synonym: confine, hamper

Antonym: free, liberate

Example Sentence:

Recession fettered the company from any further investments.

7. FIGURATIVE (ADJECTIVE): indirect:(रूपवत)

Synonyms: metaphorical, allegorical

Antonyms: literal, straight forward

Example Sentence:

The kids could not understand the figurative speech by the orator.

8. FLAGRANT (ADJECTIVE): blatant:(कुप्रसिद्ध)

Synonyms: bold, outrageous

Antonyms: fabulous, amazing

Example Sentence:

The flagrant attack of 26/11 shook the nation to its core.

9. FORAY (NOUN): an attack:(आक्रमण करना)

Synonyms: pursuit, assault

Antonyms: regroup, retreat

Example sentence:

The troops made a surprise foray and broke the backbone of the enemy.

10. FACTIOUS (ADJECTIVE): causing conflicts:(कलहप्रिय)

Synonyms: warring , divisive

Antonyms: agreeing, congruent

Example Sentence:

The factitious boss turned the employees against one other.

Vocab 24 September

REPLEVIN (NOUN): case brought to court: (प्रत्याप्ति)

Synonyms: accusation, dispute

Antonyms: exculpation, relaxation

Example Sentence:

Another action is replevin which is used to recover specific goods.

2. TRITE (ADJECTIVE): silly, commonplace: (घिसा-पिटा)

Synonyms: banal, dull

Antonyms: desirable, impressive

Example Sentence:

It is a trite remark that diamonds can be polished only by diamond dust.

3. TRANSPIRE (VERB): occur, happen: (होना)

Synonyms: arise, chance

Antonyms: cause, stop

Example Sentence:

What they thought—which might have been interesting—did not transpire.

4. PINNACLE (NOUN): top, crest: (शिखर)

Synonyms: apex, peak

Antonyms: bottom, base

Example Sentence:

They look down on him as from the pinnacle of the sublimest elevation.

5. TOPPLE (VERB): fall or knock over; overthrow: (गिर जाना)

Synonyms: collapse, overturn

Antonyms: hold, place

Example Sentence:

There was nothing to fling down upon him––no loose rock or stone to topple over and crush him.

6. FEND (VERB): defend: (बचाना)

Synonyms: oppose, cover

Antonyms: disregard, face

Example Sentence:

There were six of them, and after the death of her husband she had to fend for all.

7. DEFLECT (VERB): bounce off; turn aside: (मोड़ना)

Synonyms: avert, bend

Antonyms: stay, straighten

Example Sentence:

His inductive electrical machine could deflect a magnet and decompose iodide of

8. DEFECTOR (NOUN): traitor: (दलबदलू)

Synonyms: turncoat, betrayer

Antonyms: loyalist, supporter

Example Sentence:

But when the news broke, she didn't want to be involved with anyone who had a son as a defector, so she asked me to leave.

9. OBDURATE (ADJECTIVE): pigheaded, stubborn: (जिद्दी)

Synonyms: adamant, dogged

Antonyms: submissive, gentle

Example Sentence:

It happened because of massive and obdurate resistance to reasonable change.

10. QUALMISH (ADJECTIVE): not feeling well; not comfortable: (कष्टमय)

Synonyms: uneasy, sickly

Antonyms: content, healthy

Example Sentence:

He could not think, but only felt that he was extremely uncomfortable and qualmish.

Sunday, September 23, 2018

Vocab 23 September

MAGNANIMITY (NOUN): generosity: (दरियादिली)

Synonyms: chivalry, philanthropy

Antonyms: meanness, selfishness

Example Sentence:

Mukesh is known for his magnanimity.

2. ADDUCE (VERB): cite as evidence: (उल्लेख करना)

Synonyms: affirm, prove

Antonyms: obscure, hide

Example Sentence:

Since the lawyer couldn’t adduce his point, the judge didn’t believe his hypothesis.

3. TOUT (VERB): show off: (शेखी बघारना)

Synonyms: proclaim, publicize

Antonyms: conceal condemn

Example Sentence:

Mohini touts her wealth and position.

4. GELID (ADJECTIVE): freezing: (हिम-शीत)

Synonyms: chilling, arctic

Antonym: warm, tepid

Example Sentence:

The room of the hotel was Gelid and dark while it was a scorching heat outside.

5. GAOL (VERB): imprison: (बन्दी करना)

Synonyms: jail, confine

Antonyms: free, emancipate

Example Sentence:

The place where criminals were gaoled, now contains a huge restaurant in it.

6. MASCOT (NOUN): lucky charm: (शुभंकर)

Synonyms: amulet, talisman

Antonyms: repulsion, unlucky

Example Sentence:

Parinishtha is the best mascot our college has ever had.

7. LAIR (NOUN): cave: (गुफा)

Synonyms: habitat, hideaway

Antonyms: unveil, display

Example Sentence:

A huge polar bear slumbered peacefully in its lair.

8. MOOT (ADJECTIVE): doubtful: (विवादास्पद)

Synonyms: controversial, dubious

Antonyms: certain, definite

Example Sentence:

Peter’s case accusations over the property were considered moot.

9. SLOVENLY (ADJECTIVE): messy: (लापरवाह)

Synonyms: disordered, disheveled

Antonyms: organized, clean

Example Sentence:

Once its slovenly clothes were washed, the dog looked quite adorable.

10. PANTHEIST (NOUN): person who does not believe in an orthodox religion: (सर्वेश्वरवादी)

Synonyms: agnostic, atheist

Antonyms: believer, follower

Example Sentence:

He has been a pantheist fellow since college days.

Saturday, September 22, 2018

Vocab 22 September

OUTNUMBERED (NOUN): be more numerous than: (अधिक संख्या)

Synonyms: majority, many

Antonyms: few, less

Example Sentence:

My team was outnumbered in front of the enemy.

2. VAGARY (NOUN): usually a light hearted adventure: (मौज)

Synonyms: mischief, escapade

Antonyms: seriousness, gravity

Example Sentence:

The little vagary at the club earned him 6 months imprisonment.

3. AUGMENTATION (NOUN): small step towards gain: (वृद्धि)

Synonyms: accession, accretion

Antonym: subtraction, shrinkage

Example Sentence:

He was given an increment towards success.

4. IMITATE (VERB): copy: (अनुकरण करना)

Synonyms: emulate, mimic

Antonyms: differ, oppose

Example Sentence:

The kids imitated him very nicely.

5. INTERVENE (VERB): disrupt :(हस्तक्षेप करना)

Synonyms: interpose, meddle

Antonyms: connect, combine

Example Sentence:

They intervened to stop the scuffle.

6. WAYLAY (VERB): ambush : (घात में बैठना)

Synonym: ambuscade, accost

Antonym: allow, forward

Example Sentence:

He waylaid the terrorists and killed them all.

7. COMPLICIT (ADJECTIVE): associated with unethical activity: (मिलीभगत)

Synonyms: conniving, deceitful

Antonyms: forthright, naïve

Example Sentence:

The complicit men committed the crime.

8. OUTRAGEOUS (ADJECTIVE): blatant: (अपमानजनक)

Synonyms: bold, flagrant

Antonyms: fabulous, amazing

Example Sentence:

The outrageous attack shook the nation to its core.

9. ADVERSARY (NOUN): opponent :(प्रतिवादी)

Synonyms: antagonist, rival

Antonyms: ally, helpmate

Example sentence:

He was an adversary.

10. DIVISIVE (ADJECTIVE): causing conflicts :(बांटनेवाला)

Synonyms: warring

Antonyms: agreeing, congruent

Example Sentence:

The divisive boss turned the employees against one other.

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Vocab 21 september

REVELRY (NOUN): merrymaking: (आनंदोत्सव)

Synonyms: festivity, celebration

Antonyms: mourning, sadness

Example Sentence:

I called the police when my neighbours refused to settle down and end their revelry.

2. RUSE (NOUN): trick, deception :(धोखा)

Synonyms: gimmick, ploy

Antonyms: honesty, openness

Example Sentence:

It was a ruse to bring him there.

3. SIMPLETON (NOUN): fool: (मूर्ख)

Synonyms: buffoon, jerk

Antonyms: brain, genius

Example Sentence:

He is a simpleton boy and tries to make everybody around him laugh.

4. LIBIDINOUS (ADJECTIVE): lustful: (कामुक)

Synonyms: sensual, lascivious

Antonyms: moral, decent

Example Sentence:

The child should be kept away from libidinous movies.

5. CLANNISH (ADJECTIVE): exclusive: (औपचारिक)

Synonyms: selected, reserved

Antonyms: welcoming, open

Example Sentence:

Celebrities believe in wearing clannish dresses.

6. SATANIC (ADJECTIVE): demonic :(शैतान)

Synonyms: cruel, maniacal

Antonyms: angelic, good

Example Sentence:

His father’s satanic remark stung deeply and brought the boy to tears.

7. TITULAR (ADJECTIVE): having a title: (नाममात्र का)

Synonyms: nominal, so-called

Antonyms: actual, real

Example Sentence:

He always refused any titular distinction; but he was credited by many.

8. SPECKLE (ADJECTIVE): dotted: (कलंक)

Synonyms: flecked, mottled

Antonyms: plain, simple

Example Sentence:

The valley was speckled with flowers.

9. BEFOUL (VERB): contaminate: (मैला करना)

Synonyms: dirty, malign

Antonyms: cleanse, purify

Example Sentence:

The kids befouled their hands by playing in the garden.

10. FLURRY (NOUN): commotion:(घबराहट)

Synonyms: turmoil, outbreak

Antonyms: calm, peace

Example Sentence:

During weekends the street markets are in a state of flurry.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Vocab 20 September

CONSORT (NOUN): concomitant :(संगी)

Synonyms: companion, mate

Antonyms: enemy, adversary

Example Sentence:

He is my true consort.

2. DEARY (NOUN): dear :(प्रिय)

Synonyms: darling, sweetheart

Antonyms: opponent, foe

Example Sentence:

She is so deary.

3. EXCURSION (VERB): cruise :(भ्रमण)

Synonyms: expedition, jaunt

Antonyms: halt, stop

Example Sentence:

Our island excursion of Honduras was filled with touring the landmarks.

4. CREDENCE (NOUN): acceptance :(स्वीकृति)

Synonyms: assurance, certainty

Antonyms: denial, disbelief

Example Sentence:

If a person wants to give credence to his business, he should develop a company website.

5. WHIP (VERB): bash :(पीटना)

Synonyms: beat, lash

Antonyms: compliment, praise

Example Sentence:

He was whipped badly.

6. CONTINUAL (ADJECTIVE): ceaseless :(लगातार)

Synonyms: continuous, enduring

Antonyms: finished, end

Example Sentence:

Your words are the source of continual inspiration.

7. FOLKSY (ADJECTIVE): casual :(मिलनसार)

Synonyms: homey, informal

Antonyms: formal, cold

Example Sentence:

Anuradha is a folksy fellow.

8. CRAVING (NOUN): strong desire :(तृष्णा)

Synonyms: appetite, hankering

Antonyms: disgust, dislike

Example Sentence:

His mind is full of unpleasant, unsatisfied craving.

9. CREAK (VERB): squeak :(चरमराना)

Synonyms: groan, screech

Antonyms: mumble, whisper

Example Sentence:

There was a loud creak in the corridor.

10. QUIRK (NOUN): eccentricity :(पागलपन)

Synonyms: oddity, foible

Antonyms: normality, inability

Example Sentence:

Wearing only pink socks is Gayatri’s oddest quirk.

Vocab 19 september

DEFALCATION (NOUN): default :(गबन)

Synonyms: disaster, failure

Antonyms: accomplishment, achievement

Example Sentence:

Ravi made defalcation in funds.

2. DEBILITY (NOUN): decrepitude :(दुर्बलता)

Synonyms: enervation, enfeeblement

Antonyms: soundness, healthiness

Example Sentence:

Even though she beat cancer, she still dealt with debility from her battle.

3. DISPARATE (ADJECTIVE): contrasting :(भिन्न)

Synonyms: discordant, diverse

Antonyms: agreeing, alike

Example Sentence:

Anamika made disparate arguments.

4. DOYEN (NOUN): legislator :(वरिष्ठ एवं प्रतिष्ठित सदस्य)

Synonyms: principal, authority

Antonyms: pupil, student

Example Sentence:

Anu is a doyen of this organisation.

5. DEVIOUS (ADJECTIVE): deceitful :(कपटी)

Synonyms: duplicitous, insidious

Antonyms: honest, forthright

Example Sentence:

He plays a devious character.

6. DISENTOMB (VERB): disclose :(अन्वेषण करना)

Synonyms: resurrect, unearth

Antonyms: entomb, bury

Example Sentence:

They disentombed the matter.

7. CANARD (NOUN): fabrication :(झूठी अफ़वाह)

Synonyms: exaggeration, lie

Antonyms: truth, reality

Example Sentence:

Her statement was full of canard.

8. CANDOR (NOUN): complete honesty :(निष्कपटता)

Synonyms: directness, fairness

Antonyms: dishonesty, unfairness

Example Sentence:

She has done her task with complete candor.

9. CESSATION (NOUN): abeyance :(ठहराव)

Synonyms: breather, discontinuance

Antonyms: activity, continuity

Example Sentence:

Since the bad weather has caused a temporary building cessation, the office building will not be completed on time.

10. BRIGAND (NOUN): hoodlum :(बटमार)

Synonyms: bandit, desperado

Antonyms: law, police

Example Sentence:

He is a brigand.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Vocab 18 september

PONTIFICATE (VERB): sermonize :(धार्मिक शिक्षा देना)

Synonyms: preach, dogmatize

Antonyms: praise, applaud

Example Sentence:

He loves to hear himself talk and will often pontificate on even the most trivial issues.

2. FALLACY (NOUN): illusion :(भ्रम)

Synonyms: deception, falsehood

Antonyms: honesty, reality

Example Sentence:

The notion that the camera never lies is a fallacy.

3. DISTEMPER (NOUN): disorder :(विकार)

Synonyms: affliction, ailment

Antonyms: health, healer

Example Sentence:

Excessive distemper should not be practiced.

4. TINTINNABULATION (NOUN): loud ringing :(घंटे की खनखनाहट)

Synonyms: chime, jingle

Antonyms: silence, peace

Example Sentence:

The tintinnabulation that could be heard throughout the village was from the church on the common announcing morning services.

5. SEPTENTRIONAL (ADVERB): polar :(ध्रुव के समीप का)

Synonyms: northward, arctic

Antonyms: southward, Antarctic

Example Sentence:

When he tired of the long, septentrional winters of New England, Grandfather retired to Florida.

6. PANGLOSSIAN (ADJECTIVE): optimistic :(आशावादी)

Synonyms: assured, confident

Antonyms: pessimistic, uncertain

Example Sentence:

This is simply a Panglossian idea.

7. ANABASIS (NOUN): forward movement :(प्रगति)

Synonyms: advance, progress

Antonyms: hinder, backward

Example Sentence:

Reluctantly, the general ordered a hasty anabasis in the face of overwhelming opposing forces.

8. CAITIFF (NOUN): coward :(कायर)

Synonyms: scoundrel, louse

Antonyms: brave, bold

Example Sentence:

A woman was killed by a caitiff.

9. CRENEL (NOUN): scrape :(परिमार्जन)

Synonyms: indentation, incision

Antonyms: increase, bulge

Example Sentence:

Leaning into a crenel between two square merlons, he took a deep breath of relief.

10. FLAPDOODLE (ADJECTIVE): ridiculous situation or behaviour :(वाहियात)

Synonyms: craziness, foolishness

Antonyms: intelligence, judgement

Example Sentence:

You're the last man I ever expected to hear that kind of flapdoodle from.

Monday, September 17, 2018

Vocab 17 september

JOCULAR (ADJECTIVE): funny: (मज़ाकिया)

Synonyms: humorous, playful

Antonyms: gloomy, sad

Example Sentence:

I made a jocular statement at the party.

2. KIBBLE (VERB): crush :(टुकड़े टुकड़े करना)

Synonyms: crumble, grate

Antonyms: build, liberate

Example Sentence:

I kibbled red black pepper and cheese in my dish.

3. MUSTER (NOUN): assembly: (संग्रह)

Synonyms: gathering, roster

Antonyms: division, separation

Example Sentence:

They mustered at the playground.

4. EFFETE (ADJECTIVE): self-indulgent: (निर्बल)

Synonyms: spoilt, destroyed

Antonyms: disciplined, proper

Example Sentence:

He is an effete kid.

5. CORDIAL (ADJECTIVE): warm-hearted: (स्नेहपूर्ण)

Synonyms: affable, friendly

Antonyms: hostile, indifferent

Example Sentence:

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

6. PRECIPICE (NOUN): steep: (ढाल)

Synonyms: cliff, crag

Antonyms: plain, straight

Example Sentence:

There was a deep precipice along the road.

7. JIBE (VERB): to agree: (मेल खाना)

Synonyms: harmonize, conform

Antonyms: disagree, differ

Example Sentence:

I do not jibe with his idea.

8. TUTELARY (ADJECTIVE): protecting: (रक्षक)

Synonyms: Guardian, advisory

Antonyms: careless, inattentive

Example Sentence:

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

9. JOSTLE (VERB): to compete for something: (धकेलना)

Synonyms: struggle, tussle

Antonyms: harmonize, co-ordinate

Example Sentence:

He was jostling to clinch the title.

10. SPLOSH (VERB): sprinkle: (छिड़का हुआ पानी)

Synonyms: splash, moisten

Antonyms: collocate, cluster

Example Sentence:

She sploshed water over the plants.

Saturday, September 15, 2018

Vocab 16 september

SOLILOQUY (NOUN): discourse :(स्वगत भाषण)

Synonyms: monologue, address

Antonyms: dialogue, discussion

Example Sentence:

Preparing for his soliloquy, Shakespeare paced back and forth reading his monologue lines aloud.

2. KNOTTY (ADJECTIVE): troublesome

Synonyms: mystifying, perplexing

Antonyms: easy, facile

Example Sentence:

It was his knotty idea.

3. KNAVE (NOUN): fraud :(दुष्ट)

Synonyms: miscreant, rogue

Antonyms: hero, angel

Example Sentence:

He is known as a notorious knave of this area.

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

Synonyms: bizarre, comical

Antonyms: normal, ordinary

Example Sentence:

It was a ludicrous statement made by her.

5. KUDOS (NOUN): praise :(यश)

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): convulse :(झटका देना)

Synonyms: disturb, jar

Antonyms: calm, comfort

Example Sentence:

His statement jolted me in my mind.

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

Synonyms: gabby, circumlocutory

Antonyms: concise, succinct

Example Sentence:

He is a verbose man.

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

Synonyms: apostate, pagan

Antonyms: believer, follower

Example Sentence:

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

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

Synonyms: undercover, secret

Antonyms: above-board, known

Example Sentence:

Behind his soft behaviour he has some covert intentions.

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

Synonyms: degrade, desecrate

Antonyms: honour, praise

Example Sentence:

He tried to defile the system.

Vocab 15 september

BUTLER (NOUN): head servant :(ख़ानसामा)

Synonyms: steward, valet

Antonyms: boss, master

Example Sentence:

He is a nice butler.

2. APPARENTLY (ADVERB): obviously :(स्पष्ट रूप से)

Synonyms: ostensibly, possibly

Antonyms: improbably, unlikely

Example Sentence:

It was apparently a considerable remark.

3. ACTUALIZE (VERB): make real :(यथार्थ बनाना)

Synonyms: accomplish, produce

Antonyms: fail, fall

Example Sentence:

Avika had actualized his dream and achieved the world record.

4. BARREN (ADJECTIVE): arid :(अनुर्वर)

Synonyms: desolate, empty

Antonyms: fruitful, productive

Example Sentence:

It is a barren land.

5. NIMBLE (ADJECTIVE): adept :(कुशल)

Synonyms: agile, deft

Antonyms: clumsy, sluggish

Example Sentence:

The insect ran with its nimble wings.

6. BENEVOLENT (ADJECTIVE): benign :(उदार)

Synonyms: caring, generous

Antonyms: miserly, stingy

Example Sentence:

I appreciate your benevolent presence.

7. CATASTROPHE (NOUN): calamity :(आपत्ति)

Synonyms: adversity, casualty

Antonyms: benefit, gain

Example Sentence:

Floods in Assam is a natural catastrophe.

8. PENURIOUS (ADJECTIVE): avaricious :(कंजूस)

Synonyms: cheap, costive

Antonyms: generous, giving

Example Sentence:

Mukul is a penurious boy.

9. METICULOUS (ADJECTIVE): careful :(अतिसावधान)

Synonyms: particular, conscientious

Antonyms: careless, inaccurate

Example Sentence:

He is very meticulous with his assignments.

10. CONTRITE (ADJECTIVE): apologetic :(पश्चातापी)

Synonyms: regretful, humble

Antonyms: indifferent, unrepentant

Example Sentence:

Don’t be contrite anymore.

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Vocab 14 september

BOURGEOIS (ADJECTIVE): commonplace :(मध्यमवर्गीय)

Synonyms: materialistic, philistine

Antonyms: adventurous, imaginative

Example Sentence:

He is from a bourgeois family.

2. ABOMINABLE (ADJECTIVE): loathsome :(घृणास्पद)

Synonyms: abhorrent, atrocious

Antonyms: desirous, pleasing

Example Sentence:

It was such an abominable sight.

3. AMBIGUITY (NOUN): uncertainty of meaning :(संदिग्धता)

Synonyms: doubt, vagueness

Antonyms: clarity, certainty

Example Sentence:

The students detect no ambiguity in the speech delivered by the master.

4. ADJOURN (VERB): stop a proceeding :(टालना)

Synonyms: delay, postpone

Antonyms: carry out, continue

Example Sentence:

The sentence was adjourned for a social inquiry report.

5. AUSPICIOUS (ADJECTIVE): advantageous :(मंगल)

Synonyms: felicitous, opportune

Antonyms: unpromising, unsuitable

Example Sentence:

It was not the most auspicious moment to hold a meeting.

6. BALEFUL (ADJECTIVE): menacing :(हानिकारक)

Synonyms: calamitous, sinister

Antonyms: favourable, promising

Example Sentence:

Arnab shot a baleful glance in her direction.

7. BEHOLD (VERB): observe :(निहारना)

Synonyms: see, view

Antonyms: ignore, overlook

Example Sentence:

She was beholding her little baby’s feet.

8. BLANDISH (VERB): flatter :(चापलूसी करना)

Synonyms: adulate, cajole

Antonyms: disparage, bully

Example Sentence:

The boss said to the employee, “don’t blandish me unnecessarily.”

9. ADMONISH (VERB): warn :(चेतावनी देना)

Synonyms: berate, chide

Antonyms: laud, praise

Example Sentence:

He was admonished by his teacher.

10. CONCEIT (NOUN): egotism :(मिथ्यागर्व)

Synonyms: arrogance, complacence

Antonyms: humility, modesty

Example Sentence:

Trisha was puffed up with conceit.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Vocab 13 september

IMMACULATE (ADJECTIVE): very clean :(निर्मल)

Synonyms: neat, spotless

Antonyms: filthy, tainted

Example Sentence:

She has an immaculate white saree.

2. INVEIGLING (ADJECTIVE): alluring :(ललचाने वाली)

Synonyms: attracting, captivating

Antonyms: repulsive, repellent

Example Sentence:

The picture was quite inveigling.

3. SINISTER (ADJECTIVE): nasty :( अशुभ)

Synonyms: ominous, perverse

Antonyms: auspicious, benevolent

Example Sentence:

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

4. MULISHNESS (NOUN): doggedness :(अड़ियलपन)

Synonyms: obstinacy, bullheadedness

Antonyms: irresolution, dubiety

Example Sentence:

He is buying everything by showing his heights of mulishness.

5. PULSATE (VERB): quaver :(काँपना)

Synonyms: tremble, quiver

Antonyms: steady, be still

Example Sentence:

The meek bird was pulsating in the refractory wind.

6. DOLEFUL (ADJECTIVE): mournful :(उदास)

Synonyms: woeful, sorrowful

Antonyms: elated, cheerful

Example Sentence:

It must be a doleful morning for her and her family.

7. CEREBRATION (NOUN): thought :(दिमाग़ी कार्य)

Synonyms: cogitation, contemplation

Antonyms: avoidance, ignorance

Example Sentence:

To join the two meaning together, the mathematical cerebration and methods was created.

8. RANTING (ADJECTIVE): raving :(नाराज़)

Synonyms: angry, raging

Antonyms: serene, placid

Example Sentence:

Mukesh is a ranting man.

9. HOARSE (ADJECTIVE): harsh :(कर्कश)

Synonyms: rough, gruff

Antonyms: polite, soft

Example Sentence:

One should not be hoarse towards their workers.

10. BEHEAD (VERB): cut off the head :(सिर काट कर अलग कर देना)

Synonyms: decapitate, decollate

Antonyms: pardon, save

Example Sentence:

The Chinese soldier was beheaded by the American troop.

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Vocab 12 september

UNWAVERING (ADJECTIVE): resolute :(स्थिर)

Synonyms: faithful, dedicated

Antonyms: disloyal, unreliable

Example Sentence:

Shayna was unwavering in her opinions.

2. CRYPTIC (ADJECTIVE): curt :(गुप्त)

Synonyms: brusque, abrupt

Antonyms: lengthy, long-winded

Example Sentence:

My husband’s cryptic comment left me confused.

3. ACERBIC (ADJECTIVE): caustic :(तीक्ष्ण)

Synonyms: rancorous, bitter

Antonyms: kind, nice

Example Sentence:

My mother-in-law tries to hide the fact she does not like me by using acerbic comments.

4. SCALLOP (VERB): pucker :(सिकुड़ना)

Synonyms: scrunch, crumple

Antonyms: flatten, smooth

Example Sentence:

The scallop fishery is becoming more and more valuable.

5. INTERLACE (VERB): braid :(लपेटना)

Synonyms: curl, enmesh

Antonyms: untwist, untangle

Example Sentence:

Alice interlaced her hair around her finger.

6. ENDEMIC (ADJECTIVE): local :(स्थानिक)

Synonyms: native, regional

Antonyms: alien, foreign

Example Sentence:

Navneet is an endemic vendor.

7. GUTTURAL (ADJECTIVE): grating :(कर्कश)

Synonyms: growling, husky

Antonyms: thin, dulcet

Example Sentence:

Deepak has a guttural voice.

8. HARROW (VERB): devastate :(मिटाना)

Synonyms: sack, spoil

Antonyms: create, construct

Example Sentence: He harrowed the village.

9. IMBECILE (ADJECTIVE): stupid :(मूर्ख)

Synonyms: idiotic, moronic

Antonyms: smart, brainy

Example Sentence:

Aneesh is such an imbecile boy.

10. IGNOBLE (ADJECTIVE): lowly :( नीच)

Synonyms: unworthy, despicable

Antonyms: dignified, honorable

Example Sentence:

She has ignoble feelings of intense jealous

Monday, September 10, 2018

Vocab 11 september

ORNERY (ADJECTIVE): belligerent :(नटखट)

Synonyms: cantankerous, contentious

Antonyms: agreeable, good-natured

Example Sentence:

She is ornery by nature.

2. OUTLAY (NOUN): expenses :(परिव्यय)

Synonyms: disbursement, expenditure

Antonyms: savings, income

Example Sentence:

My net outlay is more than I earn.

3. VERBALIZATION (NOUN): discourse :(शाब्दिक अभिव्यक्ति)

Synonyms: communication, discussion

Antonyms: silence, quite

Example Sentence:

The verbalization between them was very compendiary.

4. ROTE (NOUN): routine of daily life :(दुहराव)

Synonyms: course, habit

Antonyms: disorder, dis organization

Example Sentence:

She has been in a rote after a long time.

5. MUDDLED (ADJECTIVE): disordered :(अव्यवस्थित)

Synonyms: chaotic, disarrayed

Antonyms: ordered, organized

Example Sentence:

His improper steps landed him in muddled situation.

6. HIATUS (NOUN): pause :(विराम)

Synonyms: lacuna, space

Antonyms: closing, closure

Example Sentence:

We were given a hiatus.

7. FRORE (ADJECTIVE): bitter :(जमा हुआ)

Synonyms: chilly, frosty

Antonyms: heated, hot

Example Sentence:

They share a frore relationship.

8. IMPERVIOUS (ADJECTIVE): impenetrable :(अभेद्य)

Synonyms: invulnerable, impassable

Antonyms: affected, susceptible

Example Sentence:

I saw an impervious layer of basaltic clay.

9. HALTER (NOUN): control :(लगाम)

Synonyms: check, deterrent

Antonyms: encouragement, liberation

Example Sentence:

She haltered her emotions.

10. IDYLL (NOUN): suggestive :(विचारोत्तेजक)

Synonyms:expressive, reminiscent

Antonyms: unexpressive, non-reminiscent

Example Sentence:

The rural idyll remains strongly evocative.

Sunday, September 9, 2018

Vocab 10 september

VANITY (NOUN): conceit : (घमंड)

Synonyms: arrogance, pride

Antonyms: humility, modesty

Example Sentence:

Her nature shows a bit of conceit in her.

2. WARMONGER (NOUN): militarist : (जंगबाज़)

Synonyms: combatant, hawk

Antonyms: civilian, noncombatant

Example Sentence:

Adeel is a brave warmonger.

3. VERVE (NOUN): gumption : (जोश)

Synonyms: gusto, moxie

Antonyms: lethargy, inactivity

Example Sentence:

Her performance had a certain verve n it.

4. TANTRUM (NOUN): flare-up : (गुस्से का आवेश)

Synonyms: out-burst, temper

Antonyms: peace, happiness

Example Sentence:

Our members witnessed the tantrum of the people outside the campus.

5. UNRIVALLED (ADJECTIVE): exceptional : (बेजोड़)

Synonyms: inimitable, transcendent

Antonyms: inferior, lowly

Example Sentence:

She is a girl with unrivalled talent.

6. DIRE (ADJECTIVE): crucial : (अत्यावश्यक)

Synonyms: vital, essential

Antonyms: unimportant, trivial

Example Sentence:

It is dire to submit these documents by tomorrow.

7. DISSIPATE (VERB): expend: (उड़ाना)

Synonyms: deplete, spend

Antonyms: collect, gather

Example Sentence: That cooktop dissipates lots of smoke.

8. BIFURCATE (VERB): divide: (दो शाखाओं में बांटना)

Synonyms: bisect, diverge

Antonyms: agree, unite

Example Sentence:

This road is bifurcated into two suburbs.

9. TORTUOUS (ADJECTIVE): very twisted: (कपटपूर्ण)

Synonyms: winding, circuitous

Antonyms: straight forward, untwisted

Example Sentence:

Avantica always talks in tortuous manner.

10. BARB (NOUN): sneer : (उपहास)

Synonyms: insult, brickbat

Antonyms: kindness, accolade

Example Sentence:

Jacob’s barb hurt more than she cared to admit.

Saturday, September 8, 2018

Vocab 9 september

THESPIAN (NOUN): artist : (अभिनेता)

Synonyms: entertainer, actor

Antonyms: non-entertainer, non-artist

Example Sentence:

I met a great thespian in Moscow.

2. DILAPIDATION (NOUN): ruin : (नाश)

Synonyms: decrepitude, destruction

Antonyms: development, escalation

Example Sentence:

Yet all this was apart from any extraordinary dilapidation.

3. ESPOUSE (VERB): support : (समर्थन करना)

Synonyms: adopt, advocate

Antonyms: reject, refuse

Example Sentence:

They espoused the notion of equal opportunity for all in education.

4. FIERY (ADJECTIVE): blazing : (उग्र)

Synonyms: burning, flaming

Antonyms: cold, cool

Example Sentence:

Anushka cooked in a fiery furnace.

5. FECKLESS (ADJECTIVE): without purpose : (अबल)

Synonyms: aimless, carefree

Antonyms: purposeful, efficient

Example Sentence:

It was a feckless attempt to make the company a success.

6. MERCURIAL (ADJECTIVE): flighty, temperamental : (चंचल)

Synonyms: changeable, impulsive

Antonyms: constant, stable

Example Sentence:

His mercurial temperament made him difficult to work with his teammates.

7. SPECIOUS (ADJECTIVE): misleading : (दिखावटी)

Synonyms: deceptive, false

Antonyms: genuine, valid

Example Sentence:

His readings are seeming to be specious.

8. WALLOP (VERB): clobber : (वज्रपात)

Synonyms: drub, trounce

Antonyms: lose, surrender

Example Sentence:

The drunken truck driver was walloped by a mob.

9. ZEST (NOUN): flavoring : (उत्तेजकता)

Synonyms: pungency, piquancy

Antonyms: dullness, blandness

Example Sentence:

My brother’s remark added a certain zest to the atmosphere.

10. WHIMSICAL (ADJECTIVE): playful : (सनकी)

Synonyms: amusing, funny

Antonyms: behaving, sensible

Example Sentence:

Anu watched Pranuj with whimsical eyes.

Friday, September 7, 2018

Vocab 8 september

RAPACIOUS (ADJECTIVE): aggressively greedy : (लालची)

Synonyms: ferocious, marauding

Antonyms: satisfied, contended

Example Sentence:

He is a rapacious lawyer.

2. HALCYON (ADJECTIVE): calm, peaceful : (धीर)

Synonyms: quiet, still

Antonyms: agitated

Example Sentence:

It is such a halcyon place.

3. TREMOR (NOUN): shiver : (कंपन)

Synonyms: vibration, shaking

Antonyms: stillness, calmness

Example Sentence:

The train caused tremor at the platform.

4. QUIXOTIC (ADJECTIVE): idealistic : (विलक्षण)
Synonyms: impractical, dreamy

Antonyms: realistic, sensible

Example Sentence:

It was clearly a quixotic case against the defendant.

5. DISINGENUOUS (ADJECTIVE): not straightforward or candid : (कपटी)
Synonyms: unfair, cunning

Antonyms: frank, truthful

Example Sentence:

It was disingenuous of her to claim she had no financial interest in the company.

6. DERISIVE (ADJECTIVE): ridiculing : (व्यंग्यात्मक)

Synonyms: cheeky, mocking

Antonyms: polite, respectful

Example Sentence:

It was a derisive act.

7. ODIOUS (ADJECTIVE): extremely unpleasant : (घिनौना)

Synonyms: disgusting, horrid

Antonyms: attractive, delightful

Example Sentence:

The detective said it was the most odious crime she had ever seen.

8. FORTUITOUS (ADJECTIVE): lucky, accidental : (आकस्मिक)

Synonyms: random, chance

Antonyms: intentional, planned

Example Sentence:

The check could not have arrived at a more fortuitous time.

9. TRIFLING (ADJECTIVE): insignificant : (तुच्छ)

Synonyms: dinky, worthless

Antonyms: important, worthwhile

Example Sentence:

Avika always engages herself in trifling tasks.

10. TOPPLE (VERB): collapse : (गिर पड़ना)

Synonyms: oust, unseat

Antonyms: rise, increase

Example Sentence:

Within the fraction of few seconds the plane toppled over the building.

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Vocab 9 september

TATTERED (ADJECTIVE): Ragged: (फाड़ डाला हुआ)

Synonyms: shabby, damaged

Antonyms: healed, mended

Example Sentence:

He is wearing a torn shirt.

2. PREREQUISITE (ADJECTIVE): Essential: (जरूरी)

Synonyms: necessary, expedient

Antonyms: secondary, inessential

Example Sentence:

Reading questions is prerequisite to solve the passage.

3. APPREHENSION (NOUN): Understanding: (ग्रहणशक्ति)

Synonyms: awareness, perception

Antonyms: ignorance, calmness

Example Sentence:

Deep apprehension is required in solving the puzzle.

4. HOVER (VERB): Waver: (मंडराना)

Synonyms: drift, fly

Antonyms: rest, settle

Example Sentence:

Clouds were hovering in the sky.

5. SENILE (ADJECTIVE): Aged : (बूढ़ा)

Synonyms: anile, decrepit

Antonyms: young, alert

Example Sentence:

He was looking senile in pictures.

6. PROPAGANDA (NOUN): Information that is designed to mislead: (प्रचार)

Synonyms: disinformation, indoctrination

Antonyms: truth, facts

Example Sentence:

That video which went viral was just his propaganda.

7. ENCAPSULATE (VERB): Encase: (डिब्बे में रखना)

Synonyms: enclose, cover

Antonyms: uncover, unwrap

Example Sentence:

Robbers encapsulated all the cash.

9. VAGARY (NOUN): Usually a light hearted adventure: (मौज)

Synonyms: mischief, escapade

Antonyms: seriousness, gravity

Example Sentence:

The little vagary at the mainland cost him life.

10 WAYLAY (VERB): Stop or interrupt (someone) : (ताक में रहना)

Synonyms: hold up, ambush

Antonyms: proceed, continue

Example Sentence:

The police officer stepped in front of the distraught woman to waylay her before she reached the crime scene.

Vocab 6 september

PORTLINESS (NOUN): overweight : (मोटापन)

Synonyms: adiposity, corpulence

Antonyms: slimness, thinness

Example Sentence:

They adopt surgical procedures for portliness.

2. REVAMP (ADJECTIVE): renovate: (सुधार)

Synonyms: overhaul, refurbish

Antonyms: ruin, damaged

Example Sentence:

Siya revamped her dream-catcher hanging beside her bed.

3. RESPITE (NOUN): pause: (राहत)

Synonyms: breather, downtime

Antonyms: advance, continuation

Example Sentence:

Sanjana gave a sudden respite amid the conversation.

4. PEDIGREE (ADJECTIVE): thoroughbred: (वंशावली)

Synonyms: full-blooded, pure-blood

Antonyms: base-born, lowly

Example Sentence:

They like pedigree cats.

5. DROLL (ADJECTIVE): amusing: (मनोरंजक)

Synonyms: eccentric, whimsical

Antonyms: common, normal

Example Sentence:

Shipra is a droll girl.

6. PINCH (NOUN): compression: (चुटकी)

Synonyms: confinement, contraction

Antonyms: freedom, release

Example Sentence:

Daksh felt pinch beneath his hair.

7. RESORT (VERB): address: (काम मे लाना)

Synonyms: devote, exercise

Antonyms: abstain, halt

Example Sentence:

The duke was prepared to resort to force if negotiation failed.

8. PARRY (VERB): avoid: (टालना)

Synonyms: deflect, evade

Antonyms: encounter, encounter

Example Sentence:

Alisah parried the danger somehow.

9. REVELRY (NOUN): merrymaking: (मद्यपान का उत्सव)

Synonyms: debauchery, carousal

Antonyms: sadness, mourning

Example Sentence:

Chetan is involved in revelry these days.

10. PROWESS (NOUN): ability: (क्षमता)

Synonyms: skill, aptitude

Antonyms: failure, inability

Example Sentence:

Pralabh has many pieces of prowess in him.

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Vocab 5 september

EXCRUCIATE (VERB): agonize: (कष्ट पहुंचाना)

Synonyms: anguish, bother

Antonyms: equity, fairness

Example Sentence:

Swastika stood back, excruciated by the possibility.

2. CONCRETE (ADJECTIVE): actual: (वास्तविक)

Synonyms: factual, particular

Antonyms: unimportant, indefinite

Example Sentence:

Swinka has a concrete information.

3. RENEGE (VERB): go back on a promise: (इनकार)

Synonyms: reverse, welsh

Antonyms: correction, accuracy

Example Sentence:

People have reneged on a core promise laid out in the preamble of the constitution.

4. STIGMATISE (VERB): disgrace: (कलंकित करना)

Synonyms: defame, denounce

Antonyms: exalt, praise

Example Sentence:

This action will stigmatise a set of citizens for their poverty.

5. REPLETE (ADJECTIVE): filled or well supplied with something : (भरा हुआ)

Synonyms: awash, rife

Antonyms: empty, unfilled

Example Sentence:

History is replete with odious instances of countries that have differentiated between citizens in the past.

6. EXPLOITATION (NOUN): misuse: (दुरुपयोग करना)

Synonyms: ill-treatment, wringing

Antonyms: hospitable, generous

Example Sentence:

It was an exploitation of the patented invention.

7. THRIVE (VERB): prosper: (फूलना फलना)

Synonyms: flourish, bloom

Antonyms: cease, decrease

Example Sentence:

It appears to believe that English can’t thrive as long as French survives.

8. MAGNANIMOUS (ADJECTIVE): generous: (उदार)

Synonyms: altruistic, charitable

Antonyms: mean, selfish

Example Sentence:

The panel is more magnanimous than Article 120(2).

9. CONCEDE (VERB): acknowledge: (स्वीकार करना)

Synonyms: accept, cave in

Antonyms: deny, refuse

Example Sentence:

I had to concede that I'd overreacted.

10. STRIVE (VERB): make great efforts to achieve something : (प्रयास करना)

Synonyms: aim, attempt

Antonyms: neglect, dissuade

Example Sentence:

They strive to make their respective languages prominent in governance and education.

Monday, September 3, 2018

Vocab 4 august

RAVE (VERB): talk endlessly : (बड़बड़ाना)

Synonyms: babble, gabble

Antonyms: be quiet, be silent

Example Sentence:

Nancy was raving about a black ghost.

2. SKIRT (VERB): dodge. : (टालना)

Synonyms: avoid, evade

Antonyms: confront, encounter

Example Sentence:

Sumeir and Mayra are both skirting the issue.

3. WAIVE (VERB): stop : (रोकना)

Synonyms: let go, give up

Antonyms: carry out, continue

Example Sentence:

Government is thinking of waiving of import duty on life saving drugs.

4. QUIP (NOUN): A clever remark : (टिप्पड़ी)

Synonyms: banter, gag

Antonyms: praise, flattery

Example Sentence:

She is quite intelligent and is in the habit of making quips.

5. SETBACK (NOUN): hitch : (बाधा)

Synonyms: hindrance, impediment

Antonyms: assistance, aid

Example Sentence:

I can’t handle more setback in production.

6. AGILE (ADJECTIVE): nimble : (चुस्त)

Synonyms: lithe, spry

Antonyms: slow, sluggish

Example Sentence:

The police acted with agility and apprehended the robbers.

7. JUXTAPOSITION (NOUN): the act of placing two things next to each other for implicit comparison. : (निकटता)

Synonyms: nearness, proximity

Antonyms: distance, remoteness

Example Sentence:

The interior designer admired my juxtaposition of the yellow couch and green table

8. JEJUNE (ADJECTIVE): dull : (रसहीन)

Synonyms: boring, banal

Antonyms: interesting, active

Example Sentence:

Apaar left for Mumbai because he got tired of jejune life in his home town.

9. RAMIFY (VERB): branch : (विशाखन करना)

Synonyms: bifurcate, divulge

Antonyms: abridge, combine

Example Sentence:

These plants ramify early and get to be very large.

10. COALESCE (VERB): blend : (सम्मिलित होना)

Synonyms: fuse, integrate

Antonyms: divide, separate

Example Sentence:

The puddles had coalesced into shallow streams.

Sunday, September 2, 2018

Vocab 3 september

1.COMMEMORATE (VERB): recall or show respect for : (पुण्यस्मरण करना)

Synonyms: memorize, celebrate

Antonyms: ignore, neglect

Example Sentence:

All players will receive a championship ring to commemorate the team’s amazing season.

2. UNRIVALLED (ADJECTIVE): never done or known before: (अभूतपूर्व)

Synonyms: bizarre, unique

Antonyms: common, familiar

Example Sentence:

Before the storm, there was an unrivalled demand for food supplies that left many stores empty.

3. FLUX (NOUN): the action of flowing: (संचार)

Synonyms: alteration, flow

Antonyms: constancy, stagnation

Example Sentence:

I never know how much I'll pay for a gallon of fuel because gas prices are always in flux.

4. DISILLUSIONMENT (NOUN): disappointment from unexpected occurrence: (मोहभंग)

Synonyms: adversity, chagrin

Antonyms: achievement, pleasure

Example Sentence:

There has been a sense of disillusionment on both sides about the present state of play in the relationship.

5. BLUNT (ADJECTIVE): truthful, straightforward: (स्पष्टवादी)

Synonyms: impartial, equitable

Antonyms: biased, devious

Example Sentence:

Prevention from having blunt conversations is required.

6. CREVICE (NOUN): a crack: (दरार)

Synonyms: chink, fissure

Antonyms: agreement, closure

Example Sentence:

The Hawksbill feeds on sponges in the reef ecosystem and opens up crevices for other marine life to live in.

7. PROSAIC (ADJECTIVE): lacking in force: (मंद)

Synonyms: blah, muted

Antonyms: bright, shiny

Example Sentence:

The new product achieved prosaic sales.

8. GAZE (NOUN): a steady intent look: (टकटकी)

Synonyms: peep, glaring

Antonyms: ignorance, avoidance

Example Sentence:

The policeman gave me a penetrating gaze.

9. ENTICEMENT (NOUN): the desire to do something wrong: (प्रलोभन)

Synonyms: decoy, seduction

Antonyms: hatred, prevention

Example Sentence:

He was under no enticement to commit suicide.

10. ENTANGLE (VERB): cause to become twisted together : (उलझाना)

Synonyms: entrap, bewilder

Antonyms: enlighten, exclude

Example Sentence:

They might entangle Austria in a war with Russia.

Vocab 2 september

UNRUFFLED (ADJECTIVE): (शान्त): calm

Synonyms: composed, unflappable

Antonyms: upset, worried

Example Sentence:

Satvik was looking unruffled.

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:

Ambuj 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:

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

Synonyms: delicate, insubstantial

Antonyms: certain, strong

Example Sentence:

Tenuous relations need great attention and care.
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:

Silky has completed an unrefuted task.