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VOCABULARY WORDS 22.07.2017

**VOCABULARY WORDS 22.07.2017** ————————————————- 1. FIERY (ADJECTIVE): Blazing Synonyms: fierce, flaming Antonyms: dull, mild Example Sentence:A paparazzi asked a fiery question from Alia. 2. PLEADING (VERB): Imploring Synonyms: appealing, beseeching Antonyms:granting,demanding Example Sentence:The patient’s family members were pleading before the doctor. 3. INARTICULATE (ADJECTIVE): Unable to express oneself clearly Synonyms: incoherent, blurred Antonyms: articulate, communicative

VOCABULARY WORDS 21.07.2017

**VOCABULARY WORDS 21.07.2017** ————————————————- 1. FOOTLOOSE (ADJECTIVE): Easy going Synonyms: unattached, free and easy Antonyms: bound, enslaved Example Sentence: I am a footloose person and so is she. 2. ROLLICKING (ADJECTIVE): Joyous Synonyms: jaunty, spirited Antonyms: sad, depressed Example Sentence: We enjoyed his rollicking performance. 3. LANGUID (ADJECTIVE): Dropping Synonyms: sluggish, laid-back Antonyms: energetic, lively

VOCABULARY WORDS 19.07.2017

**VOCABULARY WORDS 19.07.2017** ————————————————- 1. CONTEMPORANEOUS (ADJECTIVE): Coeval Synonyms: simultaneous, contemporary  Antonyms: different, separate Example Sentence: The contemporaneous ringing of the ten phone lines kept the inexperienced receptionist very busy. 2. SARTORIAL (ADJECTIVE): Pertaining to tailors Synonyms: stylish, elegant Antonyms: frumpy, dumpy Example Sentence: Those sartorial coats made me chew the cud. 3. CAULK (VERB):

VOCABULARY WORDS 18.07.2017

**VOCABULARY WORDS 18.07.2017** ————————————————- 1. HOBNOB (VERB): Consort Synonyms: socialize, associate with Antonyms: live alone, disassociate Example Sentence:Now a days he is hobnobbing with avant-garde musicians. 2. COMPUNCTION (NOUN): Regret Synonyms: repentance, remorse Antonyms: delight, satisfaction Example Sentence:The drunk driver showed no compunction after killing an innocent person. 3. OPT (VERB): Choose Synonyms: elect, prefer

VOCABULARY WORDS 17.07.2017

**VOCABULARY WORDS 17.07.2017** ————————————————- 1. QUANDARY (NOUN): Difficulty Synonyms: dilemma, predicament Antonyms: good fortune, advantage Example Sentence:These days he is in quandary because he got his walking papers. 2. PIQUE (NOUN): Anger Synonyms: annoyance, grudge Antonyms: pleasure, joy Example Sentence:Why are you fixed in your ways and always show pique towards him? 3. PECCADILLO (NOUN):

VOCABULARY WORDS 15.07.2017

**VOCABULARY WORDS 15.07.2017** ————————————————- 1. ABSTRUSE (ADJECTIVE): difficult to understand Synonyms: esoteric, perplexing Antonyms: lucid, clear Example Sentence:Don’t get into abstruse task and don’t bite off more than you can chew. 2. ACCOST (VERB): approach for conversation Synonyms: address, confront Antonyms: dodge, shun Example Sentence:She waited him to accost and then played it by ear.

VOCABULARY WORDS 14.07.2017

**VOCABULARY WORDS 14.07.2017** ————————————————- 1. REPROBATE (ADJECTIVE): Shameless Synonyms: corrupt, wanton Antonyms: honest, decent Example Sentence: The way reprobate country is violating the norms of ceasefire is worth condemning. 2. CAPRICE (NOUN): Sudden change of behaviour Synonyms: contrariety, crotchet Antonyms: constancy, normality Example Sentence: I am fed up of your caprice now. 3. GIG (NOUN):

VOCABULARY WORDS 13.07.2017

**VOCABULARY WORDS 13.07.2017** ————————————————- 1. EMULATE (VERB): Follow suit Synonyms: imitate, mimic Antonyms: neglect, ignore Example Sentence: It is important to emulate the dress code. 2. MOLLIFY (VERB): Allay Synonyms: alleviate, ameliorate Antonyms: agitate, irritate Example Sentence: Only you can mollify the prevailing situation. 3. CRAVEN (ADJECTIVE): Timid Synonyms: coward, nebbish Antonyms: bold person, brave

VOCABULARY WORDS 12.07.2017

**VOCABULARY WORDS 12.07.2017** ————————————————- 1. COMITY (NOUN): Civility Synonyms: politeness, amenity Antonyms: enmity, hostility Example Sentence: They treated their guests with comity. 2. PREVARICATE (VERB): Deceive Synonyms: con, garble Antonyms: be honest, tell truth Example Sentence: He is back to the drawing board in prevaricating the police. 3. DELETERIOUS (ADJECTIVE): Harmful Synonyms: destroying, destructive Antonyms:

VOCABULARY WORDS 03.06.2017

**VOCABULARY WORDS 03.06.2017** ——————————————— 1. DISPENSATION (NOUN): disbursement Synonyms: allotment, conferment Antonyms: denial, disfavour Example sentence: Mridul was given special dispensation to play before her birthday. 2. INCONGRUITY (NOUN): mismatch Synonyms: incongruousness, incompatibility Antonyms: congruence, congruity Example sentence:The teacher smiled at the incongruity of the question. 3. MANDATED (ADJECTIVE): administered Synonyms: authorized, authorized Antonyms: illegal,