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**VOCABULARY WORDS 25.05.2017** ———————————————- 1. CONSORT (NOUN): associate Synonyms: concomitant, companion Antonyms: enemy, foe Example Sentence: She chose to consort with the enemy. 2. DROLL (ADJECTIVE): amusing Synonyms: eccentric, whimsical Antonyms: serious, tragic Example Sentence:James is a fine droll artist. 3. SCROUNGE (VERB): beg Synonyms: hunt, wheedle Antonyms: give, offer Example Sentence:Anika had managed to


**VOCABULARY WORDS 24.05.2017** ———————————————- 1. ASSIDUOUS (ADJECTIVE): industrious Synonyms: diligent, attentive Antonyms: careless, indolent Example sentence:Garima was assiduous in pointing out every feature. 2. ABATE (VERB): mitigate Synonyms: lessen, decrease Antonyms: aggravate, intensify Example sentence:Only flushing would not have been sufficient to abate the odour. 3. ABJURE (VERB): renounce Synonyms: retract, revoke Antonyms: approve, sanction


**VOCABULARY WORDS 23.05.2017** ——————————————————– 1. AMPLE (ADJECTIVE): abundant Synonyms: bountiful, copious Antonyms: cramped, limited Example Sentence: Ample conversations are going on in the conference hall. 2. AFFRAY (NOUN): fight Synonyms: altercation, assault Antonyms: harmony, peace Example Sentence:Anusha was charged with causing an affray. 3. AMASS (VERB): collect Synonyms: gather, accumulate Antonyms: disperse, divide Example Sentence:Teacher


**VOCABULARY WORDS 22.05.2017** ——————————————————– 1. MORONIC (ADJECTIVE): stupid Synonyms: dopey, foolish Antonyms: brainy, intelligent Example sentence:Any moronic boy can’t solve this puzzle. 2. MODISH (ADJECTIVE): fashionable Synonyms: dashing, smart Antonyms: old-fashioned, unfashionable Example sentence:Danish is a modish boy in our family. 3. MIFFED (ADJECTIVE): upset Synonyms: hurt, annoyed Antonyms: happy, pleased Example sentence:I was a


**VOCABULARY WORDS 20.05.2017** ——————————————————– 1. NONCHALANT (ADJECTIVE): casual Synonyms: easy going, aloof Antonyms: concerned, caring Example Sentence: Now a days mostly nonchalant politicians are seen everywhere. 2. AMENITY (NOUN): convenience Synonyms: comfort, facility Antonyms: discomfort, inconvenience Example Sentence:He presses the bell for wi-fi amenity. 3. SNAZZY (ADJECTIVE): stylish Synonyms: chic, attractive Antonyms: inelegant, unstylish Example


**VOCABULARY WORDS 18.05.2017** ——————————————————– 1. MASQUERADE (NOUN): disguise Synonyms: mask, imposture Antonyms: honesty, reality Example sentence:Nobody can keep up the masquerade for long. 2. FARRAGO (NOUN): a confused mixture. Synonyms: mess, fuss Antonyms: liberty, liberation Example sentence:A farrago of fact and myth about him was presented. 3. AVER (VERB): affirm Synonyms: assert, avouch Antonyms deny,


**VOCABULARY WORDS 19.05.2017** ——————————————————– 1. PLETHORA (NOUN): excess Synonyms: deluge, plenty Antonyms: scarcity, need Example Sentence: He eagerly accepted the job because it came with a plethora of opportunities. 2. SANGUINE (ADJECTIVE): happy Synonyms: buoyant, cheerful Antonyms: depressed, gloomy Example Sentence:He is a sanguine person in every adverse situation. 3. DETERIOUS (ADJECTIVE): harmful Synonyms: bad,


**VOCABULARY WORDS 17.05.2017** ——————————————————– 1. RECONCILE (VERB): make peace; adjust Synonyms: harmonize, pacify Antonyms: agitate, fight Example Sentence: The two friends reconciled after their fight. 2. MERCURIAL (ADJECTIVE): remove an inferior or unwanted component of a group or collection Synonyms: divide, segregate Antonyms: collect, gather Example Sentence:We must weed out the process of greasing the


**VOCABULARY WORDS 16.05.2017** ————————————————- 1. PERIL (NOUN): danger Synonyms: insecurity, jeopardy Antonyms: safety, security Example sentence:Everyone knows drinking phenyl is an act that will put your life in peril. 2. CAPTIVITY (NOUN): confinement Synonyms: custody, incarceration Antonyms: liberty, liberation Example sentence:Nelson Mandela was freed from prison after 27 years in captivity. 3. LEVERAGE (NOUN): advantage


**VOCABULARY WORDS 13.05.2017** ————————————————- 1. EXTANT (ADJECTIVE): in existence Synonyms: surviving, existing Antonyms: dead, extinct Example sentence: I found an extant Palazzo pants in the market. 2. RESPLENDENT (ADJECTIVE): bright Synonyms: brilliant, dazzling Antonyms: dull, ugly Example sentence: It was a resplendent moment. 3. CERTITUDE (NOUN): sureness Synonyms: assurance, confidence Antonyms: uncertainty, doubt Example sentence: