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1st group
agree 1. 2. 3. 4. agreement 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Akward 1. 2. annoy 1. 2. aqueducts 1. 2. 3. 4. ardent 1. 2. 3. Artificial 1. 2. 3. 4. chafe 1. Warm by rubbing 2. make sore by rubbing [C with] chaffing=rediculing gall conduits rivulets sluices ________for sewage water below the roads. fervent fervid fervor sham mannered factitious tears =artificial tears contrived tears ungainly unweildly accede jibing→jibe concur/red concerted(=mutually agreed) accord→concord compact covenant conformity→conform=agree consonance congruence →congruent (congruous, incongrous )

arrogant Syn: 1. temerity 2. barefaced 3. cavalier belief Syn: 1. credence/ credo/ creed/ credulity 2. convictions 3. incredulity/ incredulous =skeptical Biased 1. 2. prejudiced tendentious→having tendecy=inclination, predisposition

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blasphemy Syn:= contemptuous of God 1. sacrilegious act 2. sacrilege 3. desecrating blessing Syn: 1. benision 2. bene/diction=good+to tell bravery 1. 2. 3. Burlesque 1. 2. 3. fortitude Syn: [C with] factitious tears →like brave Attitude plucky gamely=in a spirited manner ; courage E.g: because he had fought gamely against a much superior boxer , the crowd gave him a standing ovation when he left the arena. parody spoof travesty

cant Syn: 1. sanctimonious 2. pharisiacal 3. [C with] cantata=harikatha 4. [C with] canto=division of a long poem Cheate 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. cozen chisel = chekkatam hoodwink by hoodlum swindle delude→[C with] deluge ; deluDe=Deceive delusive imitate=counterfeit

8. gull 9. bilk →TOEFL institute electricity board 10. mulct [ Deluge 1. 2. 3. inundation spate→[C with] spat=squabble , minor dispute, torrent ]

[Deception & Trickery Syn: 1. artifice 2. chicanery 3. outwit 4. circumvent [C with] circumspect=prudent] Club

3 1. 2. 3. Compete 1. 2. Confiscate 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Confuse 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. conspiracy 1. 2. discombabulated discomfit disconcert faze→flustered→obfuscate addle→muddle embroil scuffle=struggle confusedly, move off in a confused , hurry E.g: the twins briefly scuffled wrestling to see which of them would get the toy. bemused nonplussed collusion→collude plot bludgeon [C with] burgeon =to grow or develop rapidly; expand; proliferate; flourish !the burgeoning suburbs" mace shaft vie contend expropriate=appropriate usurp annex arrogate commandeer preempt repossess sequester draftee

Cunning Syn: 1. crafty 2. sly 3. double-dealing 4. wily 5. vulpine Clever & intellingent in a cunnning way Syn: 1. machivellian 2. canny→uncanny flair 3. shrewd 4. astute 5. janus faced Clever only / Wise= Sagacious [saga=story ]

4 Curse 1. 2. 3. 4. bane imprecation→execration→execrate malediction anathema

Detective→Related to detective 1. delve=ferret 2. ratiocination=reasoning ; act of drawing conclusions from premises E.g: his method of ratiocination made him superb detective. Dexterity 1. 2. dilemma 1. 2. discourage 1. 2. predicament quandary downcast [recast=reconstruct] disheartened sleight legerdemain

eerie syn →[C with]Aerie= Eagle, hawk nest 1. weird 2. vilification 3. disreputation Fair 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Fight 1. 2. 3. flattery 1. 2. frantic 1. 2. 3. 4. gloomy 1. 2. 3. 4. morose sober→somber staid→stygian despondency ( distraut & despondency ) ; Distraut=Unnerve=Upset. furor frenzied frenetic berserk adulation blandishment fracas→fray ; De/fray =provide for the payment of E.g: her employer offered to defray the costs of her post graduate education. brawl melee equitable objective even handed dispassionate Disinterested JUDGE →[C with] Uninterested

5 5. 6. 7. Guess 1. 2. 3. 4. incentive 1. 2. 3. include 1. 2. intimidate 1. 2. 3. investigate 1. 2. 3. 4. encompass subsume brow/beat=shacking the eye brows bluster bugaboo = object of baseless terror delve ferret=drive or hunt out of hiding E.g: she ferreted out their secret. Descry=Espy=discover by observation or investigation ; catch sight of E.g: in the distance , we could barely descry the enemy vessels. Disquisition a. Investigation b. Detailed Explanation of results of investigation→finally inquisitors give their disquisition after investigation(disquisition) cojecture surmise extrapolate→extrapolation projection=prognosis =prognostication impetus momentum momentous= V.Imp E.g: discovery of radium showed momentous impact on society . crestfallen dejected→despirited saturnine

kinship Syn: →nearness 1. propinquity→proximity 2. cognate lazy 1. 2. loot 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Mock 1. scoff pillage→plunder marauding flay→fleece ravage→rapacious / rapacity despoil depredation( de + predator ) desolate slothful Ety: sloth=slow moving tree dwelling mammal sluggard Ety: sluggish

6 2. 3. 4. gibe [C with] jibe =agree ; jibing farce flout=reject also E.g: in this india where laws flouted every day.

narrow mindedness Syn: 1. philistine 2. provincial 3. parochial 4. insularity noble 1. 2. 3. Obligatory 1. sublime aristocratic patrician incumbant [ Anti incumbancy factor ; currently holding an office ]

Obvious=patent Obvious –ve =1. blatant 2. flagrant E.g: N.kore blatantly violated nuclear weapons treaty. Ostentatious 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. ostensible apparent professed =openly declared whether truly or falsely flaunting pretentious showy

painstaking 1. assiduous→sedulous 2. deligent Physical 1. 2. 3. corporeal temporal secular

pine Syn: 1. languishing 2. long for 3. yearning 4. nostalgia poise 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. poverty Syn: 1. 2. penury, penurious , Related word: parsimonious indigence, indigent =poor person equipoise aplomb nonchalance composure indifference insouciant attitude

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practical 1. 2. 3. pragmatic politic expedient→expediency [C with] Expedite→expeditious=speed up

protest/Objection Syn: 1. expostulation Ety: Postulation= to assume as true , a proposition taken for granted as true esp as a basis for a chain of reasoning. 2. remonstrance Quaint 1. 2. seedy=1. to develop seed 2. decay →the fruit disintegrates to form seeds =means decay discrepit

Recession →recede 1. withdrawal=retreat→recede 2. fall economically=Economic doldrum Reconcile /Reconciliation 1. conciliate 2. Rapproachment= Reconciliation E.g:Rapproachment policies between India & China. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. appease assuage mollify [C with] molest placate propitiate

rediculing & joking Syn: 1. bandinage 2. bantering 3. chaffing→This is not Chafe=hands rubbing 4. quizzical redundancy Syn: 1. tautological=needlessly repetitive→in literature words or scentenses 2. extraneous=superfluous , Not essential E.g: this wine bottle is certainly redundant(superfluous) E.g: his mind I sso cluttered up with extraneous(Not essential) details he can’t concentrate on the essentials. relavant 1. 2. germane pertinent ; Related word: Impertinent=Pert=Arrogant=Pertinacious=stubborn E.g: Pertinacious bill collector

resistence to authority Syn: 1. sedition 2. insurrection restive Syn: 1. fidgety=uneasy E.g: even the best behaved children grow restive in parties. retract the previous statement ; openly confessed error Syn:

8 1. 2. 3. rile = 1. irritate a. rile b. c. to made water muddy=roil disclaim disavow disown =recanting his OWN statement .

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said to be true but perhaps NOT TRUE Syn: 1. putative 2. purported sharathu 1. 2. sharpen 1. 2. hone whet stipulation proviso (=provision)

spat Syn: =minor dispute 1. squabble 2. altercation 3. skirmish Stampede 1. 2. stupid 3. 4. summerise 1. 2. 3. talent 1. 2. thwart 1. 2. athwart scotch→whisky name ; =foil, E.g: he tried to scotch the rumor. flair E.g: uncanny flair panache→ flamboyance also anothere meaning you clumpsy oaf idiotic Drivel rout drive out

Recapitulate=Recap→Capitulate=Surrender E.g: iraq must capitulate & comply to UN resolution recast=reconstruct ; cinema casting [ downcast=Discourage ] paraphrase

Tolerate Syn: 1. brook 2. countenance 3. bigotry=stubbornly intolerance→barrons ; the state of feeling or the act of expressing strong unreasonable beliefs or opinions. → oxford

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trip 1. 2. jaunt junket= with money of public expenses

Undeniable 1. irrefutable 2. in/disputable 3. in/controvertible vexation 1. 2. chagrin exasperate

Weariness Syn: 4. languid 5. languish 6. languor 7. lassitude 8. laggard 9. lackadaisical→lack of zest yielding 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. comply→compliant→ compliance E.g: compliance of drug→phamacology [C with] Complaisant waiter= Pleasing,Obliging waiter concede→ concession Cede→Cession ; Ceding pliable waive=give up temporarily, yield [ E.g: 1. Student waiver 2. I will waive my rights in this matter in order to expedite our reaching a proper decision.] Secession→Secede=Withdrawal Cession→Cede / Ceding=Yielding 10. [C with] compliance of the drug 11. [C with] complacency=complacent=self satisfied. 12. [C with] complaisant waiter=pleaseing & obliging waiter.

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ad/vantage=vantage uni/versity=versity re/semblance=semblance 1. bounties= a. generosity b. Sth given liberally c. A reward , premium bountiful = a. giving freely b. plentiful bounteous=

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inception conception→conceive commencement

buoyant=optimistic+cheerful roseate=optimistic sanguinary=optimistic

outwit his opponents → trick outstrip his competitors→ surpass

2nd group
1. 2. 3. 4. adept =expert at ; Opp : inept = inefficient A/vocation→vocational courses A/vuncular→like an uncle baroque=rococco=hightly ornate belaboring →fathere belaboring you → tittatam beleaguer=besiege=beset=visiginchatam sachin bereavered braggadocio=braggart=bravado=boastful talk blasé=cloy=ennui butress=bluster canker = a. cancer b. an evil or dangerous influence that spreads & affects peoples behaviour. carcass=carrion

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10. congnizance=knowledge ; Incognito E.g: Rama lived incognito for 14 yrs. 11. congealed →blood congealed in the veins congenial→ institute has to provide congenial atmosphere. 12. contenanace =tolerate 13. contingencies= a. possibilities→unforseen & accidental occurances in millitary attacks.

11 b. c. group of sport people & millitary people contingency=dependent upon

14. cower=quail 15. cursive writing Discursive =Desultory= Waffle =Digressing a. Digressing b. Discursive c. Desultory 16. demolish=raze→Ety: razer 17. dessert desert=commeupance=rebuke =just reward or punishment 18. doddering , wizened old man 19. embezzlement =defalcations 20. emancipate=set free→from bondage [emancipate Syn: unfetter, unshackle→promacb] exonerate=set free→from blame 21. Entourage=retinue ; ensue= follow 22. exhortive=hortatory 23. expletives= a. interjections→explanatory word b. profate oath →butulu →most commonely used way. 24. forbidden places=prohibited places→children should not be allowed forbid=prevent , prohibit. formidable=asahyakaramina 25. fortitude=strength of mind ; bravery 26. Fretful=repine 27. fulsome praise of king = inordinate fondness for candy =excessive 28. gambit=overture 29. Hackles=hair on the back & neck of dog that can be erected. Mane of lion & horse. 30. Haggard=gaunt ; _______ & gaunt Abraham lincon 31. Harrowing quest for treatment to AIDS=causing torment or pain(harrowing experience) Harrowing ordeal of pilots in shoe bomb case in USA 32. hummock=knoll=small hill; [C with] knell=tolling of a bell esp to indicate a funeral disaster etc., sounding of a funeral bell. 33. idiosyncracy = quirk = mannerisms

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34. impugn=gainsay 35. inclement weather=tempest weather a. tempestuous love=torrid love= impassioned=filled with passion. b. Hardy plants= plants which can tolerate inclement weather. 36. intriguing=fascinating 37. mirage=yendamami quagmire= youbi maelstrom=whirlpool=sudigundam 38. minion=servile dependent pinion=shackle 24. natation=swimming abulation=washing, bathing 25. nobility→ next rank Gentry 26. ovation=enthusiastic applause 27. Pathos=poignancy 28. perk=perq/uisit 29. pine=languishing 30. plausible= “Specious argument” ; having a show of truth but open to doubt E.g: our mother made yo stay home from school because she needed you to program the VCR ? I am sorry , you will have to come up with a more plausible excuse than that. 31. plummetted index=plunging stock market 32. Prima facie = based on what at first seems to be true , although it may be proved false later. E.g: if a person comes witht blood on his shirt. He is first considered as murderer & then later he may or may not be convicted of murder. 33. proselytizing=religious conversion 34. raconteur =story teller [C with] reconnoiter=Reconnaissance 35. recuperate=rally / rallied 36. refutation→refute= rebuttal ====khandinchatam 37. relegate=marginalise 38. rifted ship ________ find 39. rummage= a. thorough search→by ours b. search+rob→by burglers

13 40. rubric protocols = Aacharalu 41. scrupulous=conscientious 42. sere = parched 43. simper=smirk=conceited smile 44. stuf/fy nose=blocked nose snivel nose =running nose 45. sustenance = subsistence[=Existence]=enough money to livere 46. Threshold a. Gadapa b. Threshold(=point of beginning) of experience→institutes 47. Transcribe=replica=copy 48. Transpired=Revealed→Revelation 49. tribulation = fear , nervous apprehension jubilation = joy ; jubilate( gopal) 50. Unwonted =Unaccustomed. Wont=custom , habitual procedure 51. -ve cater=pander 52. deference=venerence 53. victory a. pyrrhic victory b. facile victory 54. vicissitude checkered career ________find 55. wizardy=conjur 56. Wry Wit // Repartee Wit =clever reply 57. we will appoint Retainer through Indenture.

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1. aloft flag ; rise in high 2. apropas→ cauvery water issue → we see this in letter to editors in hindu 3. concierge=caretaker 4. aquiline = fish like → ship must have aquiline shape. 5. flit = a] flirt b] bee flitting from one flower to one flower

14 6. fine/sse=delicate skill ; the finesse & adroitness of the surgeon impressed the observers in the operating room. 7.

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