Sunday, February 25, 2024

VOCAB OF THE DAY

VOCABULARY CONSPICUOUS (ADJECTIVE): openly wicked Synonyms: noticeable, clear Antonyms: invisible, hidden Example Sentence: If you dye your hair purple, you will be very conspicuous among the...

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  PALTRY (NOUN): small or meager Synonyms: paucity, insufficiency Antonyms: abundance, enough Example Sentence: Although I paid a great deal for the gourmet meal, I only...

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  BILGING (VERB): blow up like a balloon Synonyms: inflate, swell Antonyms: compress, shrink Example Sentence: The parachute started bilging.   DOWNPLAY (VERB): minimize Synonyms: lessen, devalue Antonyms:...

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RAMIFICATION (NOUN): bifurcation Synonyms: divarication, branching Antonyms: unity, union Example Sentence: An extended family with its ramifications of neighbouring in-laws.   ACCREDITATION (NOUN): authorization Synonyms:...

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 MAR (VERB): spoil Synonyms: ruin, impair   Antonyms: repair, mend   Example Sentence: They tried to marred her image.    MANNED (ADJECTIVE): defended Synonyms: barricaded,...

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VOCABULARY OPPRESS (VERB): subdue Synonyms: torment, trample Antonyms: delight, gladden Example Sentence: The ruler oppressed his people.   PENNY-PINCHING (ADJECTIVE): economical Synonyms: frugal, prudent Antonyms: spendthrift, extravagant Example Sentence:...

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  VOCABULARY FOR THE DAY IMPARTIALLY (ADVERB): justly Synonyms: honestly, reasonably Antonyms: unfairly, unjustly Example Sentence:  She has impartially proofread the speed test.   ...

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DESPOIL (VERB): destroy Synonyms: desecrate, devour Antonyms: construct, assemble Example Sentence: We must despoil our enemy and his objectives.   DETER (VERB): inhibit...

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 1.RETRIBUTION (NOUN): punishment Synonyms: nemesis, penalty Antonyms: forgiveness, pardon Example Sentence: Students asked not to be named, saying they feared retribution. 2.INVEIGH (VERB): blame Synonyms: accuse, denounce Antonyms: compliment, laud Example Sentence: Some used the opportunity to inveigh it...

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UBIQUITOUS (ADJECTIVE): (विश्वव्यापी) universal Synonyms: pervasive, omnipresent Antonyms: scarce, rare Example Sentence: If the ubiquitous red tape is annoying, other local customs are downright strange....

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