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VOCABULARY WHIP (VERB): bash Synonyms: beat, lash Antonyms: compliment, praise Example Sentence: He was whipped badly.   CONSORT (NOUN): Concomitant Synonyms: companion, mate Antonyms: enemy, adversary Example Sentence: He...

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VOCABULARY CARESS (VERB): Embrace Synonyms: hug, fondle Antonyms: release, let go Example Sentence: The mother caressed her daughter.   CAPTIVITY (NOUN): Imprisonment Synonyms: confinement, restrain Antonyms: freedom, liberty Example...

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VOCABULARY ABORT (VERB): stop or cancel something Synonyms: halt, interrupt Antonyms: begin, start Example Sentence: She decided to abort the journey for some time.   COGENT...

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VOCABULARY REEDY (ADJECTIVE): long and lean Synonyms: leggy, skinny Antonyms: chubby, fat Example Sentence: She is a reedy girl.   BLARNEY (NOUN): flattery Synonyms: cajolery, overpraise Antonyms: criticize,...

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VOCABULARY 1.TAWDRY (ADJECTIVE): Cheap, tasteless Synonyms: sleazy, tacky Antonyms: sophisticated, nice Example Sentence: This seems a tawdry dish.   YANK (VERB): Pull hard and fast Synonyms: jerk, snatch Antonyms: fix,...

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VOCABULARY ADMONISH (VERB): warn Synonyms: berate, chide               Antonyms: laud, praise Example Sentence: He was admonished by his teacher.   ABOMINABLE (ADJECTIVE): loathsome Synonyms: abhorrent, atrocious              Antonyms:...

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VOCABULARY COGENT (ADJECTIVE): Logical Synonyms: convincing, compelling Antonyms: ineffective, unimportant Example Sentence: They put forward cogent arguments.   ARCANE (ADJECTIVE): Esoteric Synonyms: impenetrable, cabalistic Antonyms: common, commonplace Example Sentence:...

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VOCABULARY STEELY (ADJECTIVE): cruel, heartless Synonyms: brutal, callous Antonyms: sympathetic, gentle Example Sentence: My landlord is a steely lady.   REMISS (ADJECTIVE): careless, thoughtless Synonyms:  lazy, forgetful Antonyms: ...

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VOCABULARY ALLAY (VERB): Reduce something, usually a pain or a problem Synonyms: comfort, soothe Antonyms:  irritate, agitate Example Sentence: Henery hoped a doctor’s diagnosis would allay...

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VOCABULARY DEMAGOGUE (NOUN): Agitating person Synonyms: firebrand, agitator Antonyms: calm person, beloved person Example Sentence: Last night I was in a discussion with a demagogue.   ...

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TRUCULENCE (NOUN): Fight Synonyms: bellicosity, belligerency Antonyms: affection, peace Example Sentence: He is in a habit of getting into truculence very easily.   PANEGYRIC (NOUN):...

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VOCABULARY RECIDIVISM (NOUN): Lapse Synonyms: backsliding, decline Antonyms: ascent, increase Example Sentence: Recent trends show no recidivism towards the prices of tomatoes.   BOLSTER (VERB): Help Synonyms:...

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VOCABULARY AGHAST (ADJECTIVE): Appalled Synonyms: awestruck, agog Antonyms:  unsurprised, composed Example Sentence: She was aghast at his question.   INVEIGLING (ADJECTIVE): Alluring Synonyms: attracting, captivating Antonyms: repulsive, repellent Example...

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VOCABULARY AGHAST (ADJECTIVE): Appalled Synonyms: awestruck, agog Antonyms:  unsurprised, composed Example Sentence: She was aghast at his question.   INVEIGLING (ADJECTIVE): Alluring Synonyms: attracting, captivating Antonyms: repulsive, repellent Example...

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VOCABULARY TREMOR (NOUN): Shiver Synonyms: vibration, shaking Antonyms: stillness, calmness Example Sentence: The train caused tremor at the platform.   TRIFLING (ADJECTIVE): Insignificant Synonyms: dinky, worthless Antonyms: important,...

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REBUTTAL (NOUN): Counterstatement Synonyms: rejoinder, reply Antonyms: question, quest Example Sentence: Anuj was all set for rebuttal.   NEXUS (NOUN): Middle Synonyms: centre, core Antonyms: exteriority, outside Example...

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COERCE (VERB): COMPEL, PRESS SYNONYMS: INTIMIDATE, BULLY ANTONYMS: ENCOURAGE, ALLOW EXAMPLE SENTENCE: HE COERCED ME TO SIGN ON AN ILLEGAL DOCUMENT.   REFULGENT (ADJECTIVE): GLOWING SYNONYMS: ...

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VOCABULARY EXPONENTIAL (ADJECTIVE): Rapid change Synonyms: aggressive, epidemic Antonyms: restrict, curtail Example Sentence: Exponential change in goods value can impact the overall growth of the economy.   ...

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VOCABULARY EFFUSIVE (ADJECTIVE): Gushing, profuse Synonyms: lavish, exuberant Antonyms: economical, unexcited Example Sentence: The president was effusive in his grief for the fallen soldiers.   GAG...

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VOCABULARY CURTAIL (VERB): Reduce in extent Synonyms: diminish, abbreviate Antonyms: amplify, extend Example Sentence: The economic crises will force to curtail shopping this year.   DEPICTION...

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VOCABULARY SOMNOLENT (ADJECTIVE): Sleepy Synonyms: dozy, drowsy Antonyms: awake, active Example Sentence: The professor’s lecture was somnolent.   SPLURGY (ADJECTIVE): Showy Synonyms: classy, garish Antonyms: plain, modest Example Sentence:...

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VOCABULARY 1.TAWDRY (ADJECTIVE): Cheap, tasteless Synonyms: sleazy, tacky Antonyms: sophisticated, nice Example Sentence: This seems a tawdry dish.   YANK (VERB): Pull hard and fast Synonyms: jerk, snatch Antonyms: fix,...

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