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Vocabulary Words- 01.09.2018

1. GALLANT (ADJECTIVE): courageous He had formulated a gullible idea.
: (बहादरु )
Synonyms: brave, fearless
Antonyms: afraid, fearful (ननिःशुल्क)
Example Sentence: Synonyms: charge-less,
Shivi is a gallant lady. costless
Antonyms: costly, expensive
2. FREAK (NOUN): aberration : (सनकी) Example Sentence:
The homeless shelter provides
Synonyms: anomaly, oddity
food gratuitous for needy individuals.
Antonyms: conformity, normality
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8. HEARSAY (NOUN): blasphemy :
The teacher says the accident was a
total freak. (अफ़िाह)
Synonyms: fallacy, apostasy
3. DISCOURSE (NOUN): communication Antonyms: agreement, belief
: (बातचीत) Example Sentence:
Court officials dismissed the witness’s
Synonyms: dialogue, conversation
testimony as hearsay.
Antonyms: quiet, silence
Example Sentence:
This is the language of 9. GRAVE (ADJECTIVE): sober : (गं भीर)
political discourse. Synonyms: sage, subdued
Antonyms: agitated, boisterous
4. GRACIOUS (ADJECTIVE): kind : Example Sentence:
(विनीत) Harit gave a grave look.
Synonyms: congenial, cordial
Antonyms: surly, irritable 10. GUST (NOUN): blast : (झोंका)
Example Sentence: Synonyms: breeze, burst
Haritima is a gracious hostess. Antonyms: calm, quiet
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5. GLIB (ADJECTIVE): artful : I was feeling rather stifling save for a
Synonyms: articulate, eloquent lone gust of win
Antonyms: awkward, silent
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The glib phrases soon roll off the tongue.

6. GULLIBLE (ADJECTIVE): foolish :

Synonyms: unsophisticated, artless
Antonyms: wise, perceptive
Example Sentence:

Vocabulary Words- 02.09.2018

1. UNRUFFLED (ADJECTIVE): (शान्त): Paurush pushed his way through
the throng.
Synonyms: composed, unflappable
Antonyms: upset, worried 7. INCERTITUDE (NOUN): (सं देह):
Example Sentence: uncertainty
Satvik was looking unruffled. Synonyms: doubt, insecurity
Antonyms: certainty, certitude
2. CONFLUENCE (NOUN): (सं धि-स्थल): Example Sentence:
Some schools broke down under the
coming together
stresses of policy incertitude.
Synonyms: assemblage, junction
Antonyms: division, separation
Example Sentence: 8. TENUOUS (ADJECTIVE): (कमज़ोर):
This Garden is located at weak, thin
the confluence of four rivers. Synonyms: delicate, insubstantial
Antonyms: certain, strong
3. REBUT (VERB): (खंडन करना): deny Example Sentence:
Tenuous relations need great attention and
Synonyms: quash, disapprove
Antonyms: allow, approve
Example Sentence:
Ambuj had to rebut charges of acting. 9. ANNEX (NOUN): (पूरक अंश ):
4. OUTLANDISH Synonyms: appendix, adjunct
(ADJECTIVE): (विधित्र): freakish Antonyms: base, lessening
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: weird, bizarre
To eliminate overcrowding, the county is
Antonyms: common, familiar
going to add an annex to the high school.
Example Sentence:
He is an outlandish king.
5. SUAVITY (NOUN): (शशष्टता): accurate
Synonyms: authentic, definite
Antonyms: incorrect, indefinite
Synonyms: charm, courtesy
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: misbehaviour, rudeness
Silky has completed an unrefuted task.
Example Sentence:
I need lessons in suavity.

6. THRONG (NOUN): (भीड़): bunch Write us-

Synonyms: flock, mass
Antonyms: individual, one
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Vocabulary Words- 03.09.2018

1.COMMEMORATE (VERB): recall or
show respect for : (पुण्यस्मरण करना) 6. CREVICE (NOUN): a crack: (दरार)
Synonyms: memorize, celebrate Synonyms: chink, fissure
Antonyms: ignore, neglect Antonyms: agreement, closure
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
All players will receive a championship The Hawksbill feeds on sponges in the
ring to commemorate the team’s amazing reef ecosystem and opens up crevices for
season. other marine life to live in.


done or known before: (अभूतपूर्व) force: (मं द)
Synonyms: bizarre, unique Synonyms: blah, muted
Antonyms: common, familiar Antonyms: bright, shiny
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
Before the storm, there was an unrivalled The new product achieved prosaic sales.
demand for food supplies that left many
stores empty. 8. GAZE (NOUN): a steady intent look:
3. FLUX (NOUN): the action of flowing:
Synonyms: peep, glaring
(सं चार) Antonyms: ignorance, avoidance
Synonyms: alteration, flow Example Sentence:
Antonyms: constancy, stagnation The policeman gave me a penetrating
Example Sentence: gaze.
I never know how much I'll pay for a
gallon of fuel because gas prices are 9. ENTICEMENT (NOUN): the desire to
always in flux. do something wrong: (प्रलोभन)
Synonyms: decoy, seduction
Antonyms: hatred, prevention
(NOUN): disappointment from
Example Sentence:
unexpected occurrence: (मोहभं ग) He was under no enticement to commit
Synonyms: adversity, chagrin suicide.
Antonyms: achievement, pleasure
Example Sentence: 10. ENTANGLE (VERB): cause to
There has been a sense of disillusionment become twisted together : (उलझाना)
on both sides about the present state of
Synonyms: entrap, bewilder
play in the relationship.
Antonyms: enlighten, exclude
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5. BLUNT (ADJECTIVE): truthful,
They might entangle Austria in a war with
straightforward: (स्पष्टर्ादी) Russia.
Synonyms: impartial, equitable
Antonyms: biased, devious Write us-
Example Sentence:
Prevention from having blunt
conversations is required.

Vocabulary Words- 04.09.2018

1. RAVE (VERB): talk endlessly : 7. JUXTAPOSITION (NOUN): the act of
(बड़बड़़ाऩा) placing two things next to each other for
Synonyms: babble, gabble implicit comparison. : (ननकटत़ा)
Antonyms: be quiet, be silent Synonyms: nearness, proximity
Example Sentence: Antonyms: distance, remoteness
Nancy was raving about a black ghost. Example Sentence:
The interior designer admired my
2. SKIRT (VERB): dodge. : (ट़ालऩा) juxtaposition of the yellow couch and
green table
Synonyms: avoid, evade
Antonyms: confront, encounter
Example Sentence:
Sumeir and Mayra are both skirting the 8. JEJUNE (ADJECTIVE): dull : (रसहीन)
issue. Synonyms: boring, banal
Antonyms: interesting, active
3. WAIVE (VERB): stop : (रोकऩा) Example Sentence:
Apaar left for Mumbai because he got
Synonyms: let go, give up
tired of jejune life in his home town.
Antonyms: carry out, continue
Example Sentence:
Government is thinking of waiving of 9. RAMIFY (VERB): branch : (विश़ाखन
import duty on life saving drugs. करऩा)
Synonyms: bifurcate, divulge
4. QUIP (NOUN): A clever remark :
Antonyms: abridge, combine
(टटप्पड़ी) Example Sentence:
Synonyms: banter, gag These plants ramify early and get to be
Antonyms: praise, flattery very large.
Example Sentence:
She is quite intelligent and is in the habit 10. COALESCE (VERB): blend :
of making quips. (सम्मिललत होऩा)
Synonyms: fuse, integrate
5. SETBACK (NOUN): hitch : (ब़ाध़ा) Antonyms: divide, separate
Synonyms: hindrance, Example Sentence:
impediment The puddles had coalesced into shallow
Antonyms: assistance, aid streams.
Example Sentence:
I can’t handle more setback in production.
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6. AGILE (ADJECTIVE): nimble : (चुस्त)
Synonyms: lithe, spry
Antonyms: slow, sluggish
Example Sentence:
The police acted with agility and
apprehended the robbers.

Vocabulary Words- 05.09.2018

1. EXCRUCIATE (VERB): agonize: Synonyms: ill-treatment, wringing
(कष्ट पहुं चाना) Antonyms: hospitable, generous
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: anguish, bother
It was an exploitation of the patented
Antonyms: equity, fairness
Example Sentence:
Swastika stood back, excruciated by the
possibility. 7. THRIVE (VERB): prosper: (फूलना
Synonyms: flourish, bloom
(वास्तववक) Antonyms: cease, decrease
Synonyms: factual, particular Example Sentence:
Antonyms: unimportant, indefinite It appears to believe that English can’t
Example Sentence: thrive as long as French survives.
Swinka has a concrete information.
3. RENEGE (VERB): go back on a erous: (उदार)
promise: (इनकार) Synonyms: altruistic, charitable
Synonyms: reverse, welsh Antonyms: mean, selfish
Antonyms: correction, accuracy Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: The panel is more magnanimous than
People have reneged on a core promise Article 120(2).
laid out in the preamble of the
constitution. 9. CONCEDE (VERB): acknowledge:
(स्वीकार करना)
4. STIGMATISE (VERB): disgrace:
Synonyms: accept, cave in
(कलुंककत करना) Antonyms: deny, refuse
Synonyms: defame, denounce Example Sentence:
Antonyms: exalt, praise I had to concede that I'd overreacted.
Example Sentence:
This action will stigmatise a set of citizens 10. STRIVE (VERB): make great efforts
for their poverty. to achieve something : (प्रयास करना)
Synonyms: aim, attempt
5. REPLETE (ADJECTIVE): filled or
Antonyms: neglect, dissuade
well supplied with something : (भरा हआ) Example Sentence:
Synonyms: awash, rife They strive to make their respective
Antonyms: empty, unfilled languages prominent in governance and
Example Sentence: education.
History is replete with odious instances of
countries that have differentiated between
citizens in the past. Write us-
(दरुपयोग करना)

Vocabulary Words- 06.09.2018

1. PORTLINESS (NOUN): overweight : 7. RESORT (VERB): address: (काम मे
Synonyms: adiposity, corpulence
Synonyms: devote, exercise
Antonyms: slimness, thinness
Antonyms: abstain, halt
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
They adopt surgical procedures for
The duke was prepared to resort to force if
negotiation failed.
2. REVAMP (ADJECTIVE): renovate:
8. PARRY (VERB): avoid: (टालना)
Synonyms: deflect, evade
Synonyms: overhaul, refurbish
Antonyms: encounter, encounter
Antonyms: ruin, damaged
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
Siya revamped her dream-catcher hanging
Alisah parried the danger somehow.
beside her bed.
9. REVELRY (NOUN): merrymaking:
(मद्यपान का उत्सव)
3. RESPITE (NOUN): pause: (राहत)
Synonyms: breather, downtime
Synonyms: debauchery, carousal
Antonyms: advance, continuation
Antonyms: sadness, mourning
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
Sanjana gave a sudden respite amid the
Chetan is involved in revelry these days.

4. PEDIGREE (ADJECTIVE): thoroughbr 10. PROWESS (NOUN): ability: (क्षमता)

ed: (वंशावली) Synonyms: skill, aptitude
Antonyms: failure, inability
Synonyms: full-blooded, pure-blood
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: base-born, lowly
Pralabh has many pieces of prowess in him.
Example Sentence:
They like pedigree cats.

5. DROLL (ADJECTIVE): amusing: Write us-
(मनोरं जक)
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.

Vocabulary Words- 07.09.2018

(फाड़ डाला हुआ ) (डडब्बे में रखना)
Synonyms: shabby, damaged Synonyms: enclose, cover
Antonyms: healed, mended Antonyms: uncover, unwrap
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
He is wearing a torn shirt. Robbers encapsulated all the cash.

2. PREREQUISITE (ADJECTIVE): Essen 9. VAGARY (NOUN): Usually a light

tial: (जरूरी) hearted adventure: (मौज)
Synonyms: necessary, expedient Synonyms: mischief, escapade
Antonyms: secondary, inessential Antonyms: seriousness, gravity
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
Reading questions is prerequisite to solve The little vagary at the mainland cost him
the passage. life.

3. APPREHENSION (NOUN): Understan 10 WAYLAY (VERB): Stop or interrupt

ding: (ग्रहणशक्ति) (someone) : (िाक में रहना)
Synonyms: awareness, perception Synonyms: hold up, ambush
Antonyms: ignorance, calmness Antonyms: proceed, continue
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
Deep apprehension is required in solving The police officer stepped in front of the
the puzzle. distraught woman to waylay her before
she reached the crime scene.
4. HOVER (VERB): Waver: (मंडराना)
Synonyms: drift, fly Write us-
Antonyms: rest, settle
Example Sentence:
Clouds were hovering in the sky.

5. SENILE (ADJECTIVE): Aged : (बूढा)

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.

Vocabulary Words- 08.09.2018

aggressively greedy : (लालची) unpleasant : (घिनौना)
Synonyms: ferocious, marauding Synonyms: disgusting, horrid
Antonyms: satisfied, contended Antonyms: attractive, delightful
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
He is a rapacious lawyer. The detective said it was the
most odious crime she had ever seen.
peaceful : (धीर) 8. FORTUITOUS (ADJECTIVE): lucky,
Synonyms: quiet, still accidental : (आकस्ममक)
Antonyms: agitated Synonyms: random, chance
Example Sentence: Antonyms: intentional, planned
It is such a halcyon place. Example Sentence:
The check could not have arrived at a
3. TREMOR (NOUN): shiver : (कंपन) more fortuitous time.
Synonyms: vibration, shaking
Antonyms: stillness, calmness
Example Sentence: (ADJECTIVE): insignificant : (तुच्छ)
The train caused tremor at the platform. Synonyms: dinky, worthless
Antonyms: important, worthwhile
4. QUIXOTIC (ADJECTIVE): idealistic : Example Sentence:
(विलक्षण) Avika always engages herself
in trifling tasks.
Synonyms: impractical, dreamy
Antonyms: realistic, sensible
Example Sentence: 10. TOPPLE (VERB): collapse : (गिर
It was clearly a quixotic case against the पड़ना)
Synonyms: oust, unseat
Antonyms: rise, increase
Example Sentence:
straightforward or candid : (कपटी) Within the fraction of few seconds the plane
Synonyms: unfair, cunning toppled over the building.
Antonyms: frank, truthful
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It was disingenuous of her to claim she
had no financial interest in the company.

6. DERISIVE (ADJECTIVE): ridiculing :

Synonyms: cheeky, mocking
Antonyms: polite, respectful
Example Sentence:
It was a derisive act.

Vocabulary Words- 09.09.2018

1. THESPIAN (NOUN): artist : (अभिनेता) 7. SPECIOUS (ADJECTIVE): misleading
Synonyms: entertainer, actor : (दिखावटी)
Antonyms: non-entertainer, non-artist Synonyms: deceptive, false
Example Sentence: Antonyms: genuine, valid
I met a great thespian in Moscow. Example Sentence:
His readings are seeming to be specious.
2. DILAPIDATION (NOUN): ruin : (नाश)
Synonyms: decrepitude, destruction 8. WALLOP (VERB): clobber : (वज्रपात)
Antonyms: development, escalation Synonyms: drub, trounce
Example Sentence: Antonyms: lose, surrender
Yet all this was apart from any Example Sentence:
extraordinary dilapidation. The drunken truck driver was walloped by
a mob.
3. ESPOUSE (VERB): support : (समर्थन
9. ZEST (NOUN): flavoring : (उत्तेजकता)
Synonyms: pungency, piquancy
Synonyms: adopt, advocate
Antonyms: dullness, blandness
Antonyms: reject, refuse
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
My brother’s remark added a certain zest to
They espoused the notion of equal
the atmosphere.
opportunity for all in education.
4. FIERY (ADJECTIVE): blazing : (उग्र)
: (सनकी)
Synonyms: burning, flaming
Synonyms: amusing, funny
Antonyms: cold, cool
Antonyms: behaving, sensible
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
Anushka cooked in a fiery furnace.
Anu watched Pranuj with whimsical eyes.
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Synonyms: aimless, carefree
Antonyms: purposeful, efficient
Example Sentence:
It was a feckless attempt to make the
company a success.


temperamental : (चंचल)
Synonyms: changeable, impulsive
Antonyms: constant, stable
Example Sentence:
His mercurial temperament made him
difficult to work with his teammates.

Vocabulary Words- 10.09.2018

1. VANITY (NOUN): conceit : (घमंड) 7. DISSIPATE (VERB): expend: (उड़ाना)
Synonyms: arrogance, pride Synonyms: deplete, spend
Antonyms: humility, modesty Antonyms: collect, gather
Example Sentence: Example Sentence: That
Her nature shows a bit of conceit in her. cooktop dissipates lots of smoke.

2. WARMONGER (NOUN): militarist : 8. BIFURCATE (VERB): divide: (दो

शाखाओं में बांटना)
Synonyms: combatant, hawk
Synonyms: bisect, diverge
Antonyms: civilian, noncombatant
Antonyms: agree, unite
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
Adeel is a brave warmonger.
This road is bifurcated into two suburbs.

3. VERVE (NOUN): gumption : (जोश) 9. TORTUOUS (ADJECTIVE): very

Synonyms: gusto, moxie twisted: (कपटपर्
ू )ण
Antonyms: lethargy, inactivity
Synonyms: winding, circuitous
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: straight forward, untwisted
Her performance had a certain verve n it.
Example Sentence:
Avantica always talks in tortuous manner.
4. TANTRUM (NOUN): flare-up : (गुस्से
का आवेश) 10. BARB (NOUN): sneer : (उपहास)
Synonyms: out-burst, temper Synonyms: insult, brickbat
Antonyms: peace, happiness Antonyms: kindness, accolade
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
Our members witnessed the tantrum of the Jacob’s barb hurt more than she cared to
people outside the campus. admit.
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(ADJECTIVE): exceptional : (बेजोड़)
Synonyms: inimitable, transcendent
Antonyms: inferior, lowly
Example Sentence:
She is a girl with unrivalled talent.

6. DIRE (ADJECTIVE): crucial :

Synonyms: vital, essential
Antonyms: unimportant, trivial
Example Sentence:
It is dire to submit these documents by

Vocabulary Words- 11.09.2018

belligerent :(नटखट)
Synonyms: cantankerous, contentious
Synonyms: chilly, frosty
Antonyms: agreeable, good-natured
Antonyms: heated, hot
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
She is ornery by nature.
They share a frore relationship.
(ADJECTIVE): impenetrable :(अिेद्य)
expenses :(परिव्यय)
Synonyms: disbursement, expenditure
Synonyms: invulnerable, impassable
Antonyms: savings, income
Antonyms: affected, susceptible
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
My net outlay is more than I earn. :()
I saw an impervious layer of basaltic clay.
3. VERBALIZATION (NOUN): discourse
9. HALTER (NOUN): control :(लगाम)
:(शाब्दिक अभिव्यब्ति)
Synonyms: check, deterrent
Synonyms: communication, discussion
Antonyms: encouragement, liberation
Antonyms: silence, quite
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
She haltered her emotions.
The verbalization between them was very
10. IDYLL (NOUN): suggestive
4. ROTE (NOUN): routine of daily life :(ववचािोत्ते जक)
ु िाव) Synonyms: expressive, reminiscent
Antonyms: unexpressive, non-reminiscent
Synonyms: course, habit
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: disorder, dis organization
The rural idyll remains strongly evocative.
Example Sentence:
She has been in a rote after a long time.
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5. MUDDLED (ADJECTIVE): disordered
Synonyms: chaotic, disarrayed
Antonyms: ordered, organized
Example Sentence:
His improper steps landed him in muddled

6. HIATUS (NOUN): pause :(वविाम)

Synonyms: lacuna, space
Antonyms: closing, closure
Example Sentence:
We were given a hiatus.

Vocabulary Words- 12.09.2018



resolute :(स्थिर) :(कककश)
Synonyms: faithful, dedicated Synonyms: growling, husky
Antonyms: disloyal, unreliable Antonyms: thin, dulcet
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
Shayna was unwavering in her opinions. Deepak has a guttural voice.

2. CRYPTIC (ADJECTIVE): curt :(गुप्त) 8. HARROW (VERB): devastate :(सिटाना)

Synonyms: brusque, abrupt Synonyms: sack, spoil
Antonyms: lengthy, long-winded Antonyms: create, construct
Example Sentence: Example Sentence: He harrowed the
My husband’s cryptic comment left me village.
3. ACERBIC (ADJECTIVE): caustic :(िूर्क)
:(तीक्ष्ण) Synonyms: idiotic, moronic
Synonyms: rancorous, bitter Antonyms: smart, brainy
Antonyms: kind, nice Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: Aneesh is such an imbecile boy.
My mother-in-law tries to hide the fact she
does not like me by using acerbic 10. IGNOBLE (ADJECTIVE): lowly :(
comments. नीच)
Synonyms: unworthy, despicable
4. SCALLOP (VERB): pucker :(सिकुड़ना) Antonyms: dignified, honorable
Synonyms: scrunch, crumple Example Sentence:
Antonyms: flatten, smooth She has ignoble feelings of intense
Example Sentence: jealous.
The scallop fishery is becoming more and
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5. INTERLACE (VERB): braid :(लपेटना)
Synonyms: curl, enmesh
Antonyms: untwist, untangle
Example Sentence:
Alice interlaced her hair around her finger.


Synonyms: native, regional
Antonyms: alien, foreign
Example Sentence:
Navneet is an endemic vendor.

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1. IMMACULATE (ADJECTIVE): very It must be a doleful morning for her and
clean :(निर्मल) her family.
Synonyms: neat, spotless
7. CEREBRATION (NOUN): thought
Antonyms: filthy, tainted
Example Sentence: :(ददर्ाग़ी कायम)
She has an immaculate white saree. Synonyms: cogitation,
2. INVEIGLING (ADJECTIVE): alluring Antonyms: avoidance, ignorance
:(ललचािे वाली) Example Sentence:
To join the two meaning together, the
Synonyms: attracting, captivating
mathematical cerebration and methods
Antonyms: repulsive, repellent
was created.
Example Sentence:
The picture was quite inveigling.
3. SINISTER (ADJECTIVE): nasty :( :(िाराज़)
अशुभ) Synonyms: angry, raging
Antonyms: serene, placid
Synonyms: ominous, perverse
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: auspicious, benevolent
Mukesh is a ranting man.
Example Sentence:
It was a pretty sinister comment that you
made so far.
(ADJECTIVE): harsh :(ककमश)
4. MULISHNESS (NOUN): doggedness Synonyms: rough, gruff
:(अड़ियलपि) Antonyms: polite, soft
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: obstinacy,
One should not be hoarse towards their
Antonyms: irresolution, dubiety
Example Sentence:
10. BEHEAD (VERB): cut off the head
He is buying everything by showing his
heights of mulishness. :(ससर काट कर अलग कर दे िा)
Synonyms: decapitate, decollate
5. PULSATE (VERB): quaver :(कााँपिा) Antonyms: pardon, save
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: tremble, quiver
The Chinese soldier was beheaded by the
Antonyms: steady, be still
American troop.
Example Sentence:
The meek bird was pulsating in the
refractory wind.
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6. DOLEFUL (ADJECTIVE): mournful
Synonyms: woeful, sorrowful
Antonyms: elated, cheerful
Example Sentence:

Vocabulary Words- 14.09.2018

1. BOURGEOIS (ADJECTIVE): common Example Sentence:
place :(मध्यमवर्गीय) Arnab shot a baleful glance in her
Synonyms: materialistic,
Antonyms: adventurous, imaginative 7. BEHOLD (VERB): observe :(ननहारना)
Example Sentence: Synonyms: see, view
He is from a bourgeois family. Antonyms: ignore, overlook
Example Sentence:
2. ABOMINABLE (ADJECTIVE): loaths She was beholding her little baby’s feet.
ome :(घणृ ास्पद)
Synonyms: abhorrent, atrocious 8. BLANDISH (VERB): flatter :(चापलू सी
Antonyms: desirous, pleasing करना)
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: adulate, cajole
It was such an abominable sight.
Antonyms: disparage, bully
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3. AMBIGUITY (NOUN): uncertainty of
The boss said to the employee,
meaning :(सं ददग्धता) “don’t blandish me unnecessarily.”
Synonyms: doubt, vagueness
Antonyms: clarity, certainty 9. ADMONISH (VERB): warn :(चेतावनी
Example Sentence:
The students detect no ambiguity in the दे ना)
speech delivered by the master. Synonyms: berate, chide
Antonyms: laud, praise
4. ADJOURN (VERB): stop a proceeding Example Sentence:
:(टालना) He was admonished by his teacher.
Synonyms: delay, postpone
10. CONCEIT (NOUN): egotism
Antonyms: carry out, continue
Example Sentence: :(ममथ्यार्गवव)
The sentence was adjourned for a social Synonyms: arrogance,
inquiry report. complacence
Antonyms: humility, modesty
5. AUSPICIOUS (ADJECTIVE): advanta Example Sentence:
geous :(मं र्गल) Trisha was puffed up with conceit.
Synonyms: felicitous, opportune
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Example Sentence:
It was not the most auspicious moment to
hold a meeting.

6. BALEFUL (ADJECTIVE): menacing

Synonyms: calamitous, sinister
Antonyms: favourable, promising

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1. BUTLER (NOUN): head servant Synonyms: adversity, casualty
:(ख़ानस़ाम़ा) Antonyms: benefit, gain
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: steward, valet
Floods in Assam is a natural catastrophe.
Antonyms: boss, master
Example Sentence:
He is a nice butler.
s :(कंजूस)
2. APPARENTLY (ADVERB): obviously Synonyms: cheap, costive
:(स्पष्ट रूप से ) Antonyms: generous, giving
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: ostensibly, possibly
Mukul is a penurious boy.
Antonyms: improbably, unlikely
Example Sentence:
It was apparently a considerable remark.
3. ACTUALIZE (VERB): make real Synonyms: particular, conscientious
:(यथ़ाथथ बऩाऩा) Antonyms: careless, inaccurate
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: accomplish, produce
He is very meticulous with his
Antonyms: fail, fall
Example Sentence:
Avika had actualized his dream and
10. CONTRITE (ADJECTIVE): apologeti
achieved the world record.
c :(पश्च़ाि़ापी)
4. BARREN (ADJECTIVE): arid :(अनुर्थर) Synonyms: regretful, humble
Antonyms: indifferent, unrepentant
Synonyms: desolate, empty
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: fruitful, productive
Don’t be contrite anymore.
Example Sentence:
It is a barren land.
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Synonyms: agile, deft
Antonyms: clumsy, sluggish
Example Sentence:
The insect ran with its nimble wings.


Synonyms: caring, generous
Antonyms: miserly, stingy
Example Sentence:
I appreciate your benevolent presence.

7. CATASTROPHE (NOUN): calamity


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1. SOLILOQUY (NOUN): discourse 7. VERBOSE (ADJECTIVE): wordy

:(स्वगत भाषण) :(वाचाल)
Synonyms: monologue, address Synonyms: gabby,
Antonyms: dialogue, discussion circumlocutory
Example Sentence: Antonyms: concise, succinct
Preparing for his soliloquy, Shakespeare Example Sentence:
paced back and forth reading his He is a verbose man.
monologue lines aloud.
8. HERETIC (NOUN): schismatic
2. KNOTTY (ADJECTIVE): troublesome :(स्वधर्मभ्रष्ट)
Synonyms: mystifying,
Synonyms: apostate, pagan
Antonyms: believer, follower
Antonyms: easy, facile
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
As a relapsed heretic, he was left to the
It was his knotty idea.
secular arm.

3. KNAVE (NOUN): fraud :(दष्ु ट) 9. COVERT (ADJECTIVE): hidden

Synonyms: miscreant, rogue :(गुप्त)
Antonyms: hero, angel
Synonyms: undercover, secret
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: above-board, known
He is known as a notorious knave of this
Example Sentence:
Behind his soft behaviour he has
some covert intentions.
10. DEFILE (VERB): corrupt:(दषू षत
Synonyms: bizarre, comical
Antonyms: normal, ordinary करना)
Example Sentence: Synonyms: degrade, desecrate
It was a ludicrous statement made by her. Antonyms: honour, praise
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5. KUDOS (NOUN): praise :(यश) He tried to defile the system.
Synonyms: esteem, applause
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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 दे ना)

Synonyms: disturb, jar
Antonyms: calm, comfort
Example Sentence:
His statement jolted me in my mind.

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1. JOCULAR (ADJECTIVE): funny: Synonyms: harmonize, conform

(मज़ाकिय़ा) Antonyms: disagree, differ
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: humorous, playful I do not jibe with his idea.
Antonyms: gloomy, sad
Example Sentence: 8. TUTELARY (ADJECTIVE): protecting:
I made a jocular statement at the party.
2. KIBBLE (VERB): crush :(टुिड़े टु िड़े Synonyms: Guardian, advisory
Antonyms: careless, inattentive
िरऩा) Example Sentence:
Synonyms: crumble, grate He was acting as a tutelary brother for me
Antonyms: build, liberate that day.
Example Sentence:
I kibbled red black pepper and cheese in my 9. JOSTLE (VERB): to compete for
dish. something: (धि़ेलऩा)
Synonyms: struggle, tussle
3. MUSTER (NOUN): assembly: (सं ग्रह) Antonyms: harmonize, co-ordinate
Synonyms: gathering, roster Example Sentence:
Antonyms: division, separation He was jostling to clinch the title.
Example Sentence:
They mustered at the playground. 10. SPLOSH (VERB): sprinkle: (निडि़ा

4. EFFETE (ADJECTIVE): self-indulgent: हुआ प़ानी)

(ननर्बल) Synonyms: splash, moisten
Antonyms: collocate, cluster
Synonyms: spoilt, destroyed Example Sentence:
Antonyms: disciplined, proper She sploshed water over the plants.
Example Sentence:
He is an effete kid.
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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: (ढ़ाल)

Synonyms: cliff, crag
Antonyms: plain, straight
Example Sentence:
There was a deep precipice along the road.

7. JIBE (VERB): to agree: (म़ेल ख़ाऩा)

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:(धार्मिक र्िक्षा दे ना) istic :(आिािादी)
Synonyms: preach, dogmatize Synonyms: assured, confident
Antonyms: praise, applaud Antonyms: pessimistic, uncertain
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
He loves to hear himself talk and will This is simply a Panglossian idea.
often pontificate on even the most trivial
issues. 7. ANABASIS (NOUN): forward
movement :(प्रगति)
2. FALLACY (NOUN): illusion :(भ्रम) Synonyms: advance, progress
Synonyms: deception, falsehood Antonyms: hinder, backward
Antonyms: honesty, reality Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: Reluctantly, the general ordered a
The notion that the camera never lies is a hasty anabasis in the face of overwhelming
fallacy. opposing forces.

3. DISTEMPER (NOUN): disorder 8. CAITIFF (NOUN): coward :(कायर)

:(विकार) Synonyms: scoundrel, louse
Synonyms: affliction, ailment Antonyms: brave, bold
Antonyms: health, healer Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: A woman was killed by a caitiff.
Excessive distemper should not be
practiced. 9. CRENEL (NOUN): scrape :(पररमार्िन )
Synonyms: indentation, incision
Antonyms: increase, bulge
ringing :(घं टे की खनखनाहट) Example Sentence:
Synonyms: chime, jingle Leaning into a crenel between two square
Antonyms: silence, peace merlons, he took a deep breath of relief.
Example Sentence:
The tintinnabulation that could be heard 10. FLAPDOODLE (ADJECTIVE): ridicu
throughout the village was from the church lous situation or behaviour :(िाहहयाि)
on the common announcing morning
Synonyms: craziness, foolishness
Antonyms: intelligence, judgement
Example Sentence:
You're the last man I ever expected to
:(ध्रुि के समीप का) hear that kind of flapdoodle from.
Synonyms: northward, arctic
Antonyms: southward, Antarctic
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1. DEFALCATION (NOUN): default 7. CANARD (NOUN): fabrication :(झूठी
Synonyms: disaster, failure
Synonyms: exaggeration, lie
Antonyms: accomplishment, achievement
Antonyms: truth, reality
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
Ravi made defalcation in funds.
Her statement was full of canard.
2. DEBILITY (NOUN): decrepitude
8. CANDOR (NOUN): complete honesty
ु बलता) :(तनष्कपटता)
Synonyms: enervation,
Synonyms: directness, fairness
Antonyms: dishonesty, unfairness
Antonyms: soundness, healthiness
Example Sentence:
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She has done her task with complete
Even though she beat cancer, she still
dealt with debility from her battle.
9. CESSATION (NOUN): abeyance
ng :(भिन्न)
Synonyms: breather, discontinuance
Synonyms: discordant, diverse
Antonyms: activity, continuity
Antonyms: agreeing, alike
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
Since the bad weather has caused a
Anamika made disparate arguments.
temporary building cessation, the office
building will not be completed on time.
4. DOYEN (NOUN): legislator :(वरिष्ठ
एवं प्रततष्ष्ठत सदस्य) 10. BRIGAND (NOUN): hoodlum
Synonyms: principal, authority :(बटमाि)
Antonyms: pupil, student Synonyms: bandit, desperado
Example Sentence: Antonyms: law, police
Anu is a doyen of this organisation. Example Sentence:
He is a brigand.
5. DEVIOUS (ADJECTIVE): deceitful
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He plays a devious character.

6. DISENTOMB (VERB): disclose

:(अन्वेषण किना)
Synonyms: resurrect, unearth
Antonyms: entomb, bury
Example Sentence:
They disentombed the matter.

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1. CONSORT (NOUN): concomitant 7. FOLKSY (ADJECTIVE): casual
:(सं गी) :(ममलनसार)
Synonyms: companion, mate Synonyms: homey, informal
Antonyms: enemy, adversary Antonyms: formal, cold
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
He is my true consort. Anuradha is a folksy fellow.

2. DEARY (NOUN): dear :(प्रिय) 8. CRAVING (NOUN): strong desire

Synonyms: darling, sweetheart :(िष्ृ णा)
Antonyms: opponent, foe Synonyms: appetite, hankering
Example Sentence: Antonyms: disgust, dislike
She is so deary. Example Sentence:
His mind is full of unpleasant,
3. EXCURSION (VERB): cruise :(भ्रमण) unsatisfied craving.
Synonyms: expedition, jaunt
Antonyms: halt, stop 9. CREAK (VERB): squeak :(चरमराना)
Example Sentence: Synonyms: groan, screech
Our island excursion of Honduras was Antonyms: mumble, whisper
filled with touring the landmarks. Example Sentence:
There was a loud creak in the corridor.
4. CREDENCE (NOUN): acceptance
:(स्वीकृति) 10. QUIRK (NOUN): eccentricity
Synonyms: assurance, certainty :(पागलपन)
Antonyms: denial, disbelief Synonyms: oddity, foible
Example Sentence: Antonyms: normality, inability
If a person wants to give credence to his Example Sentence:
business, he should develop a company Wearing only pink socks
website. is Gayatri’s oddest quirk.

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Synonyms: beat, lash
Antonyms: compliment, praise
Example Sentence:
He was whipped badly.


s :(लगािार)
Synonyms: continuous, enduring
Antonyms: finished, end
Example Sentence:
Your words are the source
of continual inspiration.

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1. REVELRY (NOUN): merrymaking: His father’s satanic remark stung

(आनंदोत्सव) deeply and brought the boy to tears.
Synonyms: festivity, celebration
7. TITULAR (ADJECTIVE): having a
Antonyms: mourning, sadness
Example Sentence: title: (नाममात्र का)
I called the police when my neighbours Synonyms: nominal, so-called
refused to settle down and end their Antonyms: actual, real
revelry. Example Sentence:
He always refused any titular
2. RUSE (NOUN): trick, deception distinction; but he was credited by
:(धोखा) many.
Synonyms: gimmick, ploy
Antonyms: honesty, openness
Example Sentence: (कलंक )
It was a ruse to bring him there. Synonyms: flecked, mottled
Antonyms: plain, simple
3. SIMPLETON (NOUN): fool: (मूखख) Example Sentence:
Synonyms: buffoon, jerk The valley was speckled with flowers.
Antonyms: brain, genius
Example Sentence: 9. BEFOUL (VERB): contaminate: (मैला
He is a simpleton boy and tries to make किना)
everybody around him laugh.
Synonyms: dirty, malign
Antonyms: cleanse, purify
Example Sentence:
(कामुक) The kids befouled their hands by
Synonyms: sensual, lascivious playing in the garden.
Antonyms: moral, decent
Example Sentence: 10. FLURRY
The child should be kept away from (NOUN): commotion:(घबिाहट)
libidinous movies.
Synonyms: turmoil, outbreak
Antonyms: calm, peace
5. CLANNISH (ADJECTIVE): exclusive:
Example Sentence:
(औपचारिक) During weekends the street markets
Synonyms: selected, reserved are in a state of flurry.
Antonyms: welcoming, open
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Synonyms: cruel, maniacal
Antonyms: angelic, good
Example Sentence:

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1. OUTNUMBERED (NOUN): be more Example Sentence:
numerous than: (अधिक सं ख्या) He waylaid the terrorists and killed them
Synonyms: majority, many
Antonyms: few, less
Example Sentence:
associated with unethical activity:
My team was outnumbered in front of the
enemy. (ममलीभगत)
Synonyms: conniving, deceitful
2. VAGARY (NOUN): usually a light Antonyms: forthright, naïve
hearted adventure: (मौज) Example Sentence:
The complicit men committed the crime.
Synonyms: mischief, escapade
Antonyms: seriousness, gravity
Example Sentence:
The little vagary at the club earned him 6 (ADJECTIVE): blatant: (अपमानजनक)
months imprisonment. Synonyms: bold, flagrant
Antonyms: fabulous, amazing
3. AUGMENTATION (NOUN): small Example Sentence:
step towards gain: (वद्
ृ धि) The outrageous attack shook the nation to
its core.
Synonyms: accession, accretion
Antonym: subtraction, shrinkage
9. ADVERSARY (NOUN): opponent
Example Sentence:
He was given an increment towards :(प्रततवादी)
success. Synonyms: antagonist, rival
Antonyms: ally, helpmate
4. IMITATE (VERB): copy: (अनुकरण Example sentence:
He was an adversary.
Synonyms: emulate, mimic 10. DIVISIVE (ADJECTIVE): causing
Antonyms: differ, oppose conflicts :(बांटनेवाला)
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: warring
The kids imitated him very nicely.
Antonyms: agreeing, congruent
Example Sentence:
5. INTERVENE (VERB): disrupt
The divisive boss turned the employees
:(हस्तक्षेप करना) against one other.
Synonyms: interpose, meddle
Antonyms: connect, combine
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6. WAYLAY (VERB): ambush : (घात में

Synonym: ambuscade, accost
Antonym: allow, forward

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1. MAGNANIMITY Antonyms: repulsion, unlucky
(NOUN): generosity: (दरियाददली) Example Sentence:
Parinishtha is the best mascot our college
Synonyms: chivalry, philanthropy
has ever had.
Antonyms: meanness, selfishness
Example Sentence:
Mukesh is known for his magnanimity. 7. LAIR (NOUN): cave: (गुफा)
Synonyms: habitat, hideaway
2. ADDUCE (VERB): cite as evidence: Antonyms: unveil, display
(उल्ले ख किना) Example Sentence:
A huge polar bear slumbered peacefully in
Synonyms: affirm, prove
its lair.
Antonyms: obscure, hide
Example Sentence:
8. MOOT (ADJECTIVE): doubtful:
Since the lawyer couldn’t adduce his
point, the judge didn’t believe his (वििादास्पद)
hypothesis. Synonyms: controversial, dubious
Antonyms: certain, definite
3. TOUT (VERB): show off: (शेखी Example Sentence:
Peter’s case accusations over the property
बघािना) were considered moot.
Synonyms: proclaim, publicize
Antonyms: conceal condemn 9. SLOVENLY (ADJECTIVE): messy:
Example Sentence: (लापििाि)
Mohini touts her wealth and position.
Synonyms: disordered, disheveled
Antonyms: organized, clean
4. GELID (ADJECTIVE): freezing:
Example Sentence:
(दिम-शीत) Once its slovenly clothes were washed,
Synonyms: chilling, arctic the dog looked quite adorable.
Antonym: warm, tepid
Example Sentence: 10. PANTHEIST (NOUN): person who
The room of the hotel was Gelid and dark does not believe in an orthodox religion:
while it was a scorching heat outside. (सिेश्िििादी)
Synonyms: agnostic, atheist
5. GAOL (VERB): imprison: (बन्दी Antonyms: believer, follower
किना) Example Sentence:
Synonyms: jail, confine He has been a pantheist fellow since
Antonyms: free, emancipate college days.
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6. MASCOT (NOUN): lucky charm:

Synonyms: amulet, talisman

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Synonyms: oppose, cover
1. REPLEVIN (NOUN): case brought to Antonyms: disregard, face
court: (प्रत्याप्ति) Example Sentence:
There were six of them, and after the
Synonyms: accusation, dispute
death of her husband she had to fend for
Antonyms: exculpation, relaxation
Example Sentence:
Another action is replevin which is used
7. DEFLECT (VERB): bounce off; turn
to recover specific goods.
aside: (मोड़ना)
2. TRITE (ADJECTIVE): silly, Synonyms: avert, bend
commonplace: (घिसा-पिटा) Antonyms: stay, straighten
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: banal, dull
His inductive electrical machine could
Antonyms: desirable, impressive
deflect a magnet and decompose iodide of
Example Sentence:
It is a trite remark that diamonds can be
polished only by diamond dust.
8. DEFECTOR (NOUN): traitor:
3. TRANSPIRE (VERB): occur, happen: (दलबदलू )
(होना) Synonyms: turncoat, betrayer
Antonyms: loyalist, supporter
Synonyms: arise, chance
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: cause, stop
But when the news broke, she didn't want
Example Sentence:
to be involved with anyone who had a son
What they thought—which might have
as a defector, so she asked me to leave.
been interesting—did not transpire.
4. PINNACLE (NOUN): top, crest:
(ADJECTIVE): pigheaded, stubborn:
Synonyms: apex, peak
Synonyms: adamant, dogged
Antonyms: bottom, base
Antonyms: submissive, gentle
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
They look down on him as from the
It happened because of massive and
pinnacle of the sublimest elevation.
obdurate resistance to reasonable change.
5. TOPPLE (VERB): fall or knock over;
overthrow: (गिर जाना)
feeling well; not comfortable: (कष्टमय)
Synonyms: collapse, overturn
Synonyms: uneasy, sickly
Antonyms: hold, place
Antonyms: content, healthy
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
There was nothing to fling down upon
He could not think, but only felt that he
him––no loose rock or stone to topple
was extremely uncomfortable and
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1. ENAMOURED (VERB): delighted Example Sentence:
by:(प्रेममत्त) Recession fettered the company from any
further investments.
Synonyms: enchanted, fascinated
Antonyms: hated, disliked
Example Sentence:
My brother is so enamored with cricket (ADJECTIVE): indirect:(रूपवत)
that he doesn’t miss a single match. Synonyms: metaphorical, allegorical
Antonyms: literal, straight forward
2. ESCAPADE (NOUN): usually a light Example Sentence:
hearted adventure:(शरारत) The kids could not understand the
figurative speech by the orator.
Synonyms: mischief, vagary
Antonyms: seriousness, gravity
Example Sentence:
The teen’s little escapade at the club (ADJECTIVE): blatant:(कुप्रसिद्ध)
earned him 6 months imprisonment. Synonyms: bold, outrageous
Antonyms: fabulous, amazing
3. EMINENT Example Sentence:
(ADJECTIVE): remarkable:(अग्रगण्य) The flagrant attack of 26/11 shook the
nation to its core.
Synonyms: esteemed, famed
Antonym: insignificant, unremarkable
Example Sentence: 9. FORAY (NOUN): an attack:(आक्रमण
Big B is one of the most eminent stars of करना)
Indian cinema.
Synonyms: pursuit, assault
Antonyms: regroup, retreat
4. EMULATE (VERB): copy:(अनुकरण Example sentence:
करना) The troops made a surprise foray and
broke the backbone of the enemy.
Synonyms: imitate, mimic
Antonyms: differ, oppose
Example Sentence:
The kids emulated the characters very conflicts:(कलहप्रप्रय)
nicely in the play. Synonyms: warring , divisive
Antonyms: agreeing, congruent
5. ENDEAR (VERB): attract Example Sentence:
attention:(प्रप्रय बनाना) The factitious boss turned the employees
against one other.
Synonyms: captivate, charm
Antonyms: disconnect, repulse
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6. FETTER (VERB): tie up:(रोक लगाना)

Synonym: confine, hamper
Antonym: free, liberate

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1. EAGERNESS (NOUN): enthusiasm: Synonyms: delinquent, capricious
(उत्सुकता) Antonyms: compliant, obedient
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: longing, yearning
The wayward points in the case made him
Antonyms: apathy, reluctance
lose it.
Example Sentence:
His eagerness for fame can be seen in his
actions. 8. GAPE (VERB): stare: (मुुँि बाये दे खना)
Synonyms: glare, ogle
2. ARDUOUS (ADJECTIVE): difficult: Antonyms: ignore, overlook
(कठिन) Example Sentence:
Many people gape in anger.
Synonyms: onerous, uphill
Antonyms: effortless, pleasant
Example Sentence: 9. PINE (VERB): long for: (लालाययत िोना)
The arduous task was completed on time. Synonyms: crave, hanker
Antonyms: dislike, despise
3. FANATIC (NOUN): an overenthusiastic Example sentence:
person: (उन्मादी) They pined for a lot money and ended up in
Synonyms: bigot, radical
Antonym: liberal, moderate
10. MUFFLED (ADJECTIVE): quietened:
Example Sentence:
The fanatics are disliked by everyone. (अवरुद्ध)
Synonyms: silenced, subdued
4. PINNACLE (NOUN): top: (परमोत्कर्ष) Antonyms: encouraged, promoted
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: apex, zenith
He muffled the noise with his roar.
Antonyms: nadir, base
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5. DETRIMENT (NOUN): disadvantage:

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:


Vocabulary Words- 27.09.2018

1. PAINSTAKING (ADJECTIVE): thorough: We have come across a tip-off from the Pakistanis
(बहुत ही सावधानीपूव वक ककया गया) regarding terror activities.
Synonyms: strenuous, diligent 7. DIVERT (VERB): turn in a different
Antonyms: lethargic, unscrupulous directions: (राह से परे हटाना)

Example Sentence: Synonyms: deflect, alter

Our institute makes painstaking efforts for our Antonyms: maintain, straighten
success. Example Sentence:
2. FORGE (VERB): counterfeit: (नकली बनाना) We need to divert their attention towards the
Synonyms: fabricate, falsify actual issues.
Antonyms: invent, produce 8. DAWN (NOUN): beginning of the day: (उषा-

Example Sentence: काल)

They forged the signatures of all the directors and Synonyms: daybreak, aurora
are now in jail. Antonyms: darkness, sundown
3. DRIVE (NOUN): campaign for cause: Example Sentence:
(आंदोलन) We need to wake up before dawn and get started
Synonyms: crusade, initiative with our day.
Antonyms: idleness, inactivity 9. SUBSIDY (NOUN): money given to help
Example Sentence: another: (आर्थवक सहायता)

They are sponsoring the drive for driving safely Synonyms: bonus, financial aid
and following the traffic rules. Antonyms: forfeit, theft
4. MINGLE (VERB): join: (घुल ना मिलना) Example Sentence:
Synonyms: blend, intermix The subsidy for the poor is being stolen by greedy
Antonyms: disjoin, unmix and wealthy politicians.
Example Sentence: 10. APPEAL (NOUN): request for help: (ननवे दन)

We need to mingle in order to work properly. Synonyms: petition, proposal

5. OFFSET (VERB): balance: (बराबर कर दे ना) Antonyms: disclaimer, revocation
Synonyms: equalize, neutralize Example Sentence:
Antonyms: disturb, disproportion They have appealed against the judgment given by
Example Sentence: the Honorable High Court.
His speech offset the disturbances caused earlier.
6. TIP-OFF (NOUN): hint: (संकेत) Write us-
Synonyms: prompt, suggestion
Antonyms: ignorance, carelessness
Example Sentence:

Vocabulary Words- 28.09.2018

1. ALLAY (VERB): pacify: (शान्त करना)
7. INSINUATE (VERB): force one’s way
Synonyms: lighten, assuage
Antonyms: heighten, agitate into: (दिल में जगह करना)
Example Sentence: Synonyms: instil, infuse
A good teacher works hard to allay the Antonyms: conceal, suppress
concerns of all the students in his class. Example Sentence:
Longing to be popular, she made several
2. ABJURE (VERB): forsake: (त्यागना) attempts to insinuate herself into the crowd
of popular kids.
Synonyms: renounce, disapprove
Antonyms: approve, sanction
8. SOLITUDE (NOUN): aloneness:
Example Sentence:
Martha has chosen to abjure her favourite (एकाांत)
dessert, while on her diet. Synonyms: isolation, seclusion
Antonyms: togetherness, companionship
3. FALLACY (NOUN): mistake: (धोखा) Example Sentence:
A bit of solitude is often all you need to
Synonyms: delusion, deception
clear your head and rethink your approach.
Antonyms: veracity, truth
Example Sentence:
It is a fallacy that all poor people are 9. FOE (NOUN): opponent: (विरोधी)
uneducated. Synonyms: adversary, antagonist.
Antonyms: friend, comrade
4. LASSITUDE (NOUN): tiredness: Example Sentence:
(थकान) Although they used to be close friends, it
ended when Myra befriended his political
Synonyms: languor, weariness
Antonyms: vivacity, agility
Example Sentence:
After finishing his exercise routine, Daniel
conquered his lassitude by drinking an (ADJECTIVE): distinguished: (विख्यात)
energy drink Synonyms: prominent, obvious
Antonyms: unapparent, obscure
5. GUILE (NOUN): cunningness: (धूततता) Example Sentence:
Performing well in studies will make you
Synonyms: deceit, slyness
conspicuous among the other students.
Antonyms: honesty, truthfulness
Example Sentence:
The richest man of our city has used all his Write us-
money and guile to get into politics.

6. HAGGARD (ADJECTIVE): exhausted:

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.

Vocabulary Words- 29.09.2018

1. VIBRANT (ADJECTIVE): energetic : The legislative caucus had a long discussion
(जोशपूर्ण) over the new bill.
Synonyms: spirited, virile
Antonyms: dispirited, lethargic 7. CHASM (NOUN): gap: (गहरी खवई)
Example Sentence: Synonyms: crater, rift
The rich merchants are a part of a vibrant Antonyms: closure, juncture
economy. Example Sentence:
The chasm between the rich and poor has
2. UNFEIGNED (ADJECTIVE): original: grown wider over the last decade.
Synonyms: genuine, real 8. TIRADE (NOUN): abuse: (आक्षेप)
Antonyms: pretended, counterfeit Synonyms: ranting, denunciation
Example Sentence: Antonyms: praise, complement
The reality show was completely unfeigned Example Sentence:
and free of scripted fights. The employee launched a tirade when fired
from his job.
3. ADUMBRATE (VERB): foreshadow:
(पूर्वणभवस दे नव) 9. TUMULT (NOUN): chaos: (कोलवहल)
Synonyms: outline, darken Synonyms: commotion, agitation
Antonym: illuminate, light up Antonyms: harmony, peace
Example Sentence: Example sentence:
The setting sun adumbrates the bridge to The petrol prices are rising due to the
create a scenic view. political tumult in the gulf countries

4. BUNGLE (VERB): mess up: (घपलव) 10. RAUCOUS (ADJECTIVE): noisy :

Synonyms: blunder, mismanage (उग्र)
Antonyms: manage, fix Synonyms: discordant, loud
Example Sentence: Antonyms: mild, quiet
He was fired as he could bungle the Example Sentence:
simplest of tasks given to him. Her birthday parties were raucous but fun.

5. FUGITIVE (ADJECTIVE): person Write us-

escaping law: (भगोडव)
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:

Vocabulary Words- 30.09.2018

1. CANDOR (NOUN): (निष्कपटता): 7. CANARD (NOUN): (झूठी अफवाह):
complete honesty fabrication
Synonyms: directness, fairness Synonyms: exaggeration, lie
Antonyms: dishonesty, unfairness Antonyms: truth, reality
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
Lisa has done her task with complete Her statement was full of canard.
8. DOYEN (NOUN): (दल के उच्च
2. DEVIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (कपटपूर्ण):
सदस्य): legislator
Synonyms: principal, authority
Synonyms: duplicitous, insidious
Antonyms: pupil, student
Antonyms: honest, forthright
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
Amit is a doyen of this organisation.
Rohit plays a devious character.
9. CESSATION (NOUN): (समाप्तत,
3. DISENTOMB (VERB): (अन्वेषर्
ववराम): abeyance
करिा): disclose
Synonyms: breather, discontinuance
Synonyms: resurrect, unearth
Antonyms: activity, continuity
Antonyms: entomb, bury
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
Since the bad weather has caused a
They disentombed the matter.
temporary building cessation, the office
building will not be completed on time.
(कमज़ोरी): default
10. BRIGAND (NOUN): (डाकू): hoodlum
Synonyms: disaster, failure
Synonyms: bandit, desperado
Antonyms: accomplishment, achievement
Antonyms: law, police
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
Imran made defalcation in funds.
Anshul is a brigand.
5. DEBILITY (NOUN): decrepitude
Synonyms: enervation,
Antonyms: soundness, healthiness
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Example Sentence:
Even though she beat cancer, she still
dealt with debility from her battle.

6. DISPARATE (ADJECTIVE): (पथ ृ क् ):

Synonyms: discordant, diverse
Antonyms: agreeing, alike
Example Sentence:
Avni made disparate arguments.