Saturday, March 2, 2024

VOCAB OF THE DAY

  1.SIEGE (VERB): harass Synonyms: beset, badger Antonyms: aid, assist Example Sentence: Mohan was sieging other students over new uniform.     PERUSE (VERB): examine Synonyms: scrutinize, inspect Antonyms: ignore, overlook Example Sentence: Every single question should be perused before...

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MORONIC (ADJECTIVE): stupid Synonyms: dopey, foolish Antonyms: brainy, intelligent Example sentence:-Any moronic boy can’t solve this puzzle.     MODISH (ADJECTIVE): fashionable Synonyms: dashing, smart Antonyms: old-fashioned, unfashionable Example sentence:-Danish...

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BUMPTIOUS (ADJECTIVE): offensively self-assertive Synonyms: arrogant, egotistic Antonyms: humble, modest Example Sentence:-I was still annoyed at his bumptious style of conversation. RESTORATIVE (ADJECTIVE): medicinal Synonyms: remedial, curative Antonyms:...

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  STASH (NOUN): Hoard Synonyms: cache, inventory Antonyms: debt, lack Example Sentence:-Ranvijay came back to rescue his little hoard of gold.   STILTED (ADJECTIVE): Artificial Synonyms: pretentious,...

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  MEDIATION (NOUN): attempt to bring to agreement Synonyms: arbitration, negotiation Antonyms: argument, disagreement Example Sentence: The mediation was successful as the warring countries agreed for...

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  SMATTERING (NOUN): small amount Synonyms: modicum, smidgen Antonyms: entirety, whole Example Sentence: There is a smattering of ice cubes in the glass.   SMACK (ADVERB):...

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  SMATTERING (NOUN): small amount Synonyms: modicum, smidgen Antonyms: entirety, whole Example Sentence: There is a smattering of ice cubes in the glass.   SMACK (ADVERB):...

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  1.INDICT (VERB): accuse Synonyms: charge, impeach Antonyms: absolve, acquit Example sentence: He was later indicted on corruption charges. 2. SUCCINCT (ADJECTIVE): brief Synonyms: terse, concise Antonyms: lengthy, wordy Example sentence: She admitted that the ideal summary is...

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  EGALITARIAN (ADJECTIVE):unbiased Synonyms: equitable, impartial Antonyms: unfair, unjust Example Sentence:Unmukt was a social and egalitarian politician. HARNESS (VERB):control Synonyms: tackle, tame Antonyms: detach, disconnect Example Sentence:The government is making attempts to harness...

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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,...

CLAIRVOYANT (ADJECTIVE):- intuitive, psychi Synonyms:- visionary, propheti Antonyms:- real, moderat Example Sentence:-You don't need to be a clairvoyant to see how this is going to turn out.     ...

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  1.DECRY (VERB): disparage Synonyms: condemn, criticize Antonyms: praise, exalt Example Sentence:-You can’t gain anything by decrying the success of your rivals.   2.DEVOID (ADJECTIVE): lacking Synonyms: barren, vacant Antonyms: filled, complete Example...

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  GLARING (ADJECTIVE): bright Synonyms: blazing, gaudy Antonyms: bleak, concealed Example Sentence:-She likes to wear glaring clothes.   CONTRAVENE (VERB): contradict Synonyms: defy, negate Antonyms: endorse, ratify Example Sentence:-Why...

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  SPREE (NOUN) – wild activity. Synonyms- binge, junket Antonyms- care, thriftiness Example Sentence-Crews were seldom going on the spree.     UNSUSTAINABLE (ADJECTIVE)- unfeasible. Synonyms- unsuitable, untenable Antonyms-...

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  IMMUTABLE (ADJECTIVE): hanging or unable to be changed Synonyms: immovable, stable Antonyms: flexible, mutable Example Sentence: Some people regard the Ramayana as a book with...

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  TENACITY (NOUN): diligence Synonyms: determination, perseverance Antonyms: idleness, slackness Example Sentence: Without tenacity, you will not be able to complete the marathon.   PANICKY (ADJECTIVE):...

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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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  MURKY (ADJECTIVE): obscure Synonyms: cloudy, dark Antonyms: bright, apparent Example Sentence: The plane crashed due to murky weather.     PAROXYSM (NOUN): outburst Synonyms: seizure, spasm Antonyms: peace,...

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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 received...

                                         VOCABULARY UNWARRANTED (ADJECTIVE)...

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CIRCUMSPECT (ADJECTIVE): cautious, discreet Synonyms: careful, prudent Antonyms: careless, unwise Example Sentence:Circumspect doctors avoid recommending wrong medicines to their patients. FLUKE (NOUN): chance of occurrence Synonyms: blessing,...

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