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Word Power Made Easy PDF Capsule 74

Add to your Vocabulary with 5 new words! Word Power Made Easy PDF Capsule 74
brought to you by Testbook's team of experts! Today's words: Banality, Timorous,
Posit, Craven and Deleterious! #VocabPDF #WordPowerMadeEasy
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Vocabulary is an important part of SBI Clerk, SBI PO, SSC CGL and other exams. A
major portion of the question paper tests your knowledge on vocabulary. To help you
prepare, Testbook brings you a list of commonly asked words in any competitive
exam. Whats more, we also serve you with some easy tricks up your sleeve to
remember these words and ace your paper. Download the PDF to revise later. Heres
Word Power Made Easy PDF Capsule 74.

Banality (noun)
Hindi translation:
Meaning: Unoriginality.
Memory Tip: Banality = Banaavatee ()

Use in Sentence: The banality of saas-bahu soaps makes them boring.

Timorous (adjective)
Hindi translation:
Meaning: Showing or suffering from nervousness or a lack of confidence.
Memory Tip: Tim + nervous = Timorous. Imagine, Tim is a boy who is
always scared and nervous.

Use in Sentence: Stage fear made him more timorous.

Posit (verb)
Hindi translation:
Meaning: 1. A proposition that is accepted as truth in order to provide a basis for
logical reasoning. 2. To assume as a fact.
Memory Tip: 1. You post it because you posit! 2. To (pro)pose propose
or put forward something as a fact.

Use in Sentence: The street play posited new aspects of modern-day society.

Craven (noun, adjective)


Hindi translation:
Meaning: Contemptibly cowardly.
Memory Tip: Crave(n) is similar to brave, but it means the opposite of
brave.

Use in Sentence: A strict warning from our side resulted in a craven surrender by
the enemy country.

Deleterious (adjective)
Hindi translation:
Meaning: Harmful to living things.
Memory Tip: Capable of deleting us from the earth!

Use in Sentence: We should not use deleterious chemicals like DDT, etc.

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