Sunday, February 25, 2024

VOCAB OF THE DAY

  STAID (ADJECTIVE): serious Synonyms: steady, conventional Antonyms: frivolous, funny Example Sentence: He is a staid professor.   GOB (NOUN): multitude Synonyms: abundance, fullness Antonyms: individual, one Example Sentence:...

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  REPROBATE (ADJECTIVE): Shameless Synonyms: corrupt, wanton Antonyms: honest, decent Example Sentence: Only a reprobate man would kill an old woman.   CAPRICE (NOUN): Sudden change...

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  HACKNEYED (ADJECTIVE): Clichéd, tired Synonyms:  common, stereotyped Antonyms:  original, fresh, Example Sentence: That's the old hackneyed phrase, but it's true.   HAGGARD (ADJECTIVE): Weakened Synonyms: gaunt,...

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  HACKNEYED (ADJECTIVE): Clichéd, tired Synonyms:  common, stereotyped Antonyms:  original, fresh, Example Sentence: That's the old hackneyed phrase, but it's true.   HAGGARD (ADJECTIVE): Weakened Synonyms: gaunt,...

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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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  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:...

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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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  1.CULPABLE (ADJECTIVE): blameworthy Synonyms: wrong, guilty Antonyms: innocent, clean Example Sentence: Their decision to do nothing makes them culpable.   2.CULMINATION (NOUN): climax Synonyms: conclusion, completion Antonyms: introduction, beginning Example Sentence: This...

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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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  SWERVE (VERB): turn aside Synonyms: deflect, skid Antonyms: straighten, go direct Example Sentence: The bus driver swerved the bus in order to avoid the collision.   ...

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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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  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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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:...

VOCABU OF THE DAY

  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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  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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  EXCISION (NOUN): cutting Synonyms: ablation, extirpation Antonyms: addition, insertion Example Sentence: The excision of the weed plant was successfully done.   EXCRUCIATING (ADJECTIVE): torturous Synonyms: agonizing,...

VOCAB OF THE DAY

  LOWKEY (ADJECTIVE): subdued Synonyms: laid-back, muted Antonyms: agitated, noisy Example Sentence: Manmohan’s government was a lowkey one.   AMENABLE (ADJECTIVE): agreeable Synonyms: responsive, susceptible Antonyms: irresponsible, intractable Example...

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  CORRODE (VERB): waste Synonyms: erode, deteriorate Antonyms: build, construct Example Sentence: Engineers found that the structure had been corroded by moisture. CORROSIVE (ADJECTIVE): acerbic Synonyms:...

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VOCABULARY CLIP (VERB): prune Synonyms: mow, shave Antonyms: expand, extend Example Sentence: He clipped the extra framework. ETHNIC (ADJECTIVE): traditional Synonyms: indigenous, native Antonyms: alien, foreign Example Sentence:...

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UNPRECEDENTED (ADJECTIVE): never done or known before Synonyms: uncommon, peculiar Antonyms: common, ordinary Example sentence: I was trapped in an unprecedented situation. COALITION (NOUN):...

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  1.IGNORAMUS (NOUN): stupid Synonyms: imbecile, dimwit Antonyms: intellect, brainy Example Sentence: Mr Joshi is an ignoramus man.   DIRTBALLS (NOUN): creep Synonyms: deviant, sleazebag Antonyms: standard, usual Example Sentence: They...

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VOCABULARY CONSPICUOUS (ADJECTIVE): obvious Synonyms: clear, apparent Antonyms: hidden, concealed Example Sentence: Her conspicuous lack of warmth confirmed that they were no longer friends.   CONSPIRE...

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