Monday, July 4, 2022

Vocab of the Day

  CADGE (VERB): To beg or get by begging Synonyms: beg, sponge Antonyms: give, donate Example Sentence: He asked if he could cadge a ride from somebody. ...

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  UNRULY (ADJECTIVE): Loud Synonyms: boisterous, noisy Antonyms: quite, silent Example Sentence: The unruly activists belonged to ABC political party. BRADE (VERB): to be angry Synonyms:...

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  UPBEAT (ADJECTIVE): buoyant Synonyms: happy, cheery Antonyms: depressed, discouraged Example Sentence: He is a very upbeat person.   SPUR (NOUN): incitement Synonyms: catalyst, excitant Antonyms: deterrent, hindrance Example...

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VOCABULARY FOR FEBRUARY, 19 2018   INSTANCE (NOUN): example Synonyms:  occurrence, precedent Antonyms: denial, refusal Example Sentence: For instance, you may ask for mobile phones.   APATHY...

VOCABULARY FOR FEBRUARY 23, 2017

1.SCYTHE (VERB): cut Synonyms: curtail, slash Antonyms: combine, collude Example Sentence: She hurt her finger while scything vegetables.   FANCY (ADJECTIVE):decorative Synonyms: extravagant, elegant  Antonyms: plain, simple Example Sentence: We have organized a fancy dress...

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  PERFIDIOUS (ADJECTIVE): Treacherous Synonyms: insidious, betraying Antonyms: honest, reliable Example Sentence: Madan proved to be a perfidious member of their family.   BITER (NOUN): kid Synonyms:...

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  NOXIOUS (ADJECTIVE): foul Synonyms: toxic, pernicious Antonyms: good, healthy Example Sentence: This perfume has a noxious smell.   DRACONIAN (ADJECTIVE): harsh Synonyms: cruel, strict Antonyms: contrite, pliable Example...

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RIDICULOUS (ADJECTIVE): stupid Synonyms: absurd, bizarre Antonyms: credible, logical Example Sentence: He was a ridiculous person. PARODY (NOUN): spoof Synonyms: burlesque, caricature Antonyms: reality, truth Example Sentence: He went...

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  PERFIDIOUS (ADJECTIVE): betraying Synonyms: deceitful, deceptive Antonyms: honest, forthright Example Sentence: His perfidious nature led him nowhere.   OBNOXIOUS (ADJECTIVE): repulsive Synonyms: disgusting, hateful Antonyms: agreeable, decent Example...

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  PENCHANT (NOUN): a strong liking Synonyms: fondness, inclination Antonyms: antipathy, dislike Example Sentence: He had a penchant for playing jokes on people.   PENANCE (NOUN):...

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  STIFLE (VERB): Restrain Synonyms: suppress, repress Antonyms: release, free Example Sentence: She makes no attempt to stifle a yawn.   ARCHAIC (ADJECTIVE): Old-fashioned Synonyms: obsolete, antiquated Antonyms:...

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  RUE (VERB): Regret Synonyms: mourn, apologize Antonyms: be happy, delight Example Sentence: It’s no use rueing over waste money.   RUMINATE (VERB): Think about seriously Synonyms:...

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UNVENTILATED (ADJECTIVE): humid Synonyms: choky, confined Antonyms: airy, cool Example Sentence: The unventilated hall caused breathing problems to many.   THRIFTY (ADJECTIVE): economical Synonyms: stingy, prudent Antonyms: extravagant,...

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  DISORIENT (VERB): Baffle Synonyms: puzzle, bewilder Antonyms: orient, balance Example Sentence: Students become pretty much disoriented when they are asked career related questions.   STIRRING...

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1. SUNDRY (ADJECTIVE): Miscellaneous Synonyms: assorted, manifold Antonyms: individual, singular Example Sentence: For all his minor sundry crimes he was sent to coventry...

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  GERMANE (ADJECTIVE): Appropriate Synonyms: applicable, apropos Antonyms: inappropriate, irrelevant Example Sentence: His germane approach hit the nail on the head.   REGIMEN (NOUN): Systematic Plan Synonyms:...

                                         VOCABULARY UNWARRANTED (ADJECTIVE)...

Vocab of the day – 21/02/2017

VOCABULARY 1.SETBACK (NOUN): misfortune Synonyms: disappointment, blow Antonyms: boost, assistance Example Sentence: The quick action of the police proved a setback for the terrorists. LUKEWARM (ADJECTIVE):lightly heated Synonyms: warm, tepid Antonyms: chilly, cold Example Sentence:  He...

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VOCABULARY FOR MAY 12, 2017 CLANNISH (ADJECTIVE): unfriendly Synonyms: reserved, unreceptive Antonyms: welcoming, friendly Example Sentence:My neighbours are a clannish lot with no time for foreigners.   PATOIS (NOUN):jargon Synonyms: argot,...

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  AGILITY (NOUN): quickness Synonyms: swiftness, sprightliness Antonyms: dullness, sluggishness Example Sentence: When he concentrates on his work, his agility is marvellous. RAMPART (NOUN) :...

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MALADY (NOUN): Disease Synonyms: affliction, ailment Antonyms: good health, comfort Example Sentence: Smoking causes severe malady. MAUL (VERB): Savage Synonyms: drub, lacerate Antonyms: protect, guard Example Sentence:...

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