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VOCABULARY WORDS 17.07.2018

** VOCABULARY WORDS 17.07.2018 ** ——————————————- 1. RUMPUS (NOUN): (उपद्रव): clamor Synonyms: discord, fracas Antonyms: harmony, peace Example Sentence: Aniruddh caused a rumpus with his flair for troublemaking. 2. CONCEDE (VERB): (स्वीकार करना): admit Synonyms: cede, grant Antonyms: reject, deny Example Sentence: I had to concede he was the better player. 3. SECEDE (VERB): (किसी

VOCABULARY WORDS 16.07.2018

** VOCABULARY WORDS 16.07.2018 ** ——————————————- 1. LAGGARD (NOUN): (सुस्त): idler Synonyms: straggler, lingerer Antonyms: winner, hard worker Example Sentence: Ankit was always the laggard who finished in last place. 2. ACQUIESCE (VERB): (मौन स्वीकृति देना): accede Synonyms: conform, comply Antonyms: deny, resist Example Sentence: I would rather acquiesce to my younger brother’s wish. 3.

VOCABULARY WORDS 14.07.2018

** VOCABULARY WORDS 14.07.2018 ** ——————————————- 1. FARCE (NOUN): (प्रहसन): absurdity Synonyms: mockery, travesty Antonyms: respect, praise Example Sentence: The debate turned into a drunken farce. 2. INVEIGLING (ADJECTIVE): Alluring Synonyms: attracting, captivating Antonyms: repulsive, repellent Example Sentence: The picture was quite inveigling. 3. SINISTER (ADJECTIVE): Nasty Synonyms: ominous, perverse Antonyms: auspicious, benevolent Example Sentence:

VOCABULARY WORDS 13.07.2018

** VOCABULARY WORDS 13.07.2018 ** ——————————————- 1. PLURALITY (NOUN): (अधिकता): multiplicity Synonyms: majority, majority  Antonyms: minority, the smaller number or part Example Sentence: Some languages add an extra syllable to mark plurality. 2. COUNTERPRODUCTIVE (ADJECTIVE): (उल्टा): biased Synonyms: bigoted, partisan Antonyms: impartial, unbiased Example Sentence: Child experts fear the Executive’s plans may prove counterproductive. 3.

VOCABULARY WORDS 12.07.2018

** VOCABULARY WORDS 12.07.2018 ** ——————————————-   1. CARPING (ADJECTIVE): (अवगुण ढूंढ़नेवाला): find fault Synonyms: complaining, bellyaching Antonyms: complimentary, forgiving Example sentence: They deserve recognition, not carping criticism.   2. CASTIGATE (VERB): (सज़ा देना): to punish Synonyms: berate, chasten Antonyms: exonerate, forgive Example sentence: The teacher castigated him for his incomplete homework.   3. CAVIL

VOCABULARY WORDS 11.07.2018

** VOCABULARY WORDS 11.07.2018 ** ——————————————-   1. CONCEDE (VERB): (स्वीकार करना) accept Synonyms: cede, admit Antonyms: deny, refuse Example Sentence: I had to concede that I’d overreacted.   2. ENCROACH (VERB): (अधिक्रमण करना) violate Synonyms: trespass, infringe Antonyms: shun, abide Example Sentence: Rather than encroach on his privacy she might have kept to her

VOCABULARY WORDS 10.07.2018

** VOCABULARY WORDS 10.07.2018 ** ——————————————-   1. UBER (ADJECTIVE): (शानदार): super, extreme or outstanding. Synonyms: magnificent, extraordinary Antonyms: worthless, useless Example Sentence: It’s an uber ride.   2. NOSTRUM (NOUN): (औषध): cure Synonyms: panacea, potion Antonyms: disease, injury Example sentence: Supermarket shelves are lined with nostrums claiming to alleviate flu symptoms.   3. ADORABLE

VOCABULARY WORDS 09.07.2018

** VOCABULARY WORDS 09.07.2018 ** ——————————————- 1. PUTATIVE (ADJECTIVE): (कल्पित): presumed Synonyms: presumptive, supposed Antonyms: proven, real Example sentence: Many people see garlic juice as a putative cure of runny noses. 2. WEARABLE (ADJECTIVE): (पहनने योग्य): (especially of clothing) easy to wear. Synonyms: suitable, appropriate Antonyms: not suitable, unfavorable Example Sentence: Are these clothes wearable

VOCABULARY WORDS 07.07.2018

** VOCABULARY WORDS 07.07.2018 ** ——————————————- 1. PRECIPICE (NOUN): (खड़ी चट्टान): Steep Synonyms: cliff, crag Antonyms: plain, straight Example Sentence: There was a deep precipice along the road. 2. FRAIL (ADJECTIVE): (दुर्बल): weak Synonyms: breakable, feeble Antonyms: hearty, strong Example sentence: He has become so frail that he can’t stand properly. 3. KIBBLE (VERB): (टुकड़े

VOCABULARY WORDS 04.07.2018

** VOCABULARY WORDS 04.07.2018 ** ——————————————- 1. STOUT (ADJECTIVE): (बलवान): strong Synonyms: sturdy, robust  Antonyms: tender, wobbly Example Sentence: Ishant had armed himself with a stout stick. 2. OCCULT (ADJECTIVE): (गुप्त): mysterious Synonyms: concealed, hidden Antonyms: bare, exposed Example Sentence: Their marriage is an occult ceremony. 3. IMPUTE (VERB): (आरोप लगाना): attribute Synonyms: ascribe, accredit


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