Sunday, February 25, 2024

VOCAB OF THE DAY

VOCABULARY DISCREET (ADJECTIVE): Cautious, sensible Synonyms: attentive, careful Antonyms: careless, heedless Example Sentence: He is very discreet with his class assignments.   FRACAS (NOUN): Disturbance, fight Synonyms:...

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VOCABULARY DAINTY (ADJECTIVE): Delicate Synonyms: charming, elegant Antonyms: awkward, clumsy Example Sentence: She is a dainty child.   DENIGRATE (VERB): Criticize unfairly Synonyms: defame, disparage Antonyms: acclaim, approve Example...

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VOCABULARY CONDONE (VERB): Ignore Synonyms: excuse, forgive Antonyms: veto, regard Example Sentence: I condoned him at the party.   SURMOUNT (VERB): Conquer Synonyms: defeat, overpower Antonyms: surrender, yield Example...

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VOCABULARY RAMBUNCTIOUS (ADJECTIVE): Loud Synonyms: boisterous, noisy Antonyms: quite, silent Example Sentence: Anuj is one of the most rambunctious boys in the class.   OBSEQUIOUS (ADJECTIVE):...

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VOCABULARY RAMBUNCTIOUS (ADJECTIVE): Loud Synonyms: boisterous, noisy Antonyms: quite, silent Example Sentence: Anuj is one of the most rambunctious boys in the class.   OBSEQUIOUS (ADJECTIVE):...

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VOCABULARY FIERY (ADJECTIVE): Blazing Synonyms: fierce, flaming                    Antonyms: dull, mild Example Sentence: A paparazzi asked a fiery question from Alia.   PLEADING (VERB):  Imploring Synonyms:...

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  FOOTLOOSE (ADJECTIVE): Easy going Synonyms: unattached, free and easy Antonyms: bound, enslaved Example Sentence: I am a footloose person and so is she.   ROLLICKING...

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  SIESTA (ADJECTIVE): Nap Synonyms: doze, drowse Antonyms: awake, aware Example Sentence: He was clicked taking siesta during work.   SCRIMMAGE (NOUN): Battle Synonyms: scuffle, fight Antonyms: peace,...

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  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.   ...

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  HOBNOB (VERB): Consort Synonyms: socialize, associate with Antonyms: live alone, disassociate Example Sentence: Now a days he is hobnobbing with avant-garde musicians.   COMPUNCTION (NOUN):...

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  QUANDARY (NOUN): Difficulty Synonyms: dilemma, predicament Antonyms: good fortune, advantage Example Sentence: These days he is in quandary because he got his walking papers.   ...

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BALK (VERB): Prevent Synonyms: obstruct, hinder                 Antonyms: allow, permit Example Sentence: Somehow I managed to balk laughing.   AVOW (VERB): Acknowledge Synonyms: declare, concede                 Antonyms: ignore,...

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  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...

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  REPROBATE (ADJECTIVE): Shameless Synonyms: corrupt, wanton Antonyms: honest, decent Example Sentence: The way reprobate country is violating the norms of ceasefire is worth condemning.   ...

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  EMULATE (VERB): Follow suit Synonyms: imitate, mimic Antonyms: neglect, ignore Example Sentence: It is important to emulate the dress code.   MOLLIFY (VERB): Allay Synonyms: alleviate,...

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  COMITY (NOUN):Civility Synonyms: politeness, amenity Antonyms: enmity, hostility Example Sentence: They treated their guests with comity.   PREVARICATE (VERB):Deceive Synonyms: con, garble Antonyms: be honest, tell truth Example Sentence: He is back to the drawing...

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  DISTRAUGHT (ADJECTIVE): Worried Synonyms: distressed, upset Antonyms: balanced, calm Example Sentence: His distraught parents were comforted last night.   HYSTERIC (ADJECTIVE): Mentally maladjusted Synonyms:  disturbed, aberrant Antonyms:...

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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:...

VOCAB OF THE DAY

  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,...

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  STOUT (ADJECTIVE): Fearless Synonyms: bold, brave Antonyms: fearful, cowardly Example Sentence: The invasion was held up by unexpectedly stout resistance.   SPLEEN (NOUN): Hate Synonyms: anger,...

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  INGENUITY (NOUN): Cleverness Synonyms: ability, brilliance Antonyms: clumsiness, ignorance Example Sentence: As per my view, this task is difficult and may require some ingenuity.   ...

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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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