Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Vocab Of the day

 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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RIDICULOUS (ADJECTIVE): stupid Synonyms: absurd, bizarre Antonyms: credible, logical Example Sentence: He was a ridiculous person. PARODY (NOUN): spoof Synonyms: burlesque, caricature Antonyms: reality, truth Example Sentence: He went...

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DILATORY (ADJECTIVE): procrastinating Synonyms: delay, laggard Antonyms: diligent, eager Example Sentence: Tenants say landlords are dilatory in making needed repairs. UNABASHED (ADJECTIVE): shameless Synonyms: blatant, brash Antonyms: shameful,...

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  DIFFIDENT (ADJECTIVE): shy Synonyms: timid, hesitant Antonyms: confident, brave Example Sentence: He was a diffident child in such a large family.   DERIDE (VERB): mock Synonyms:...

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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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  EXHORTATION (NOUN): encouragement Synonyms: laud, praise Antonyms: insult, discourage Example Sentence:The team performed well because of the exhortation of the crowd. STORMY (ADJECTIVE): violent...

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  PARSIMONY (NOUN): miserliness Synonyms: stinginess, frugality Antonyms: generosity, lion-heartedness Example Sentence: The parsimony displayed by him was outrageous. INADVERTENTLY (ADVERB): carelessly Synonyms: negligently, recklessly Antonyms: carefully,...

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  SPREE (NOUN) - sustained period of unrestrained activity of a particular kind. Synonyms- binge, splurge Antonyms- plurge care, thriftiness Example- Raghu went on three months’...

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  AGILITY (NOUN): quickness Synonyms: swiftness, sprightliness Antonyms: dullness, sluggishness Example Sentence: When he concentrates on his work, his agility is marvellous. RAMPART (NOUN) :...

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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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UNVENTILATED (ADJECTIVE): humid Synonyms: choky, confined Antonyms: airy, cool Example Sentence: The unventilated hall caused breathing problems to many.   THRIFTY (ADJECTIVE): economical Synonyms: stingy, prudent Antonyms: extravagant,...

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VOCABULARY CONQUEST (NOUN): victory Synonyms: rout, annexation Antonyms: forfeit, loss Example Sentence: The conquest was crucial for regional stability. DISASTER (NOUN): trouble Synonyms: calamity, catastrophe Antonyms: advantage, blessing Example Sentence:...

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VOCABULARY HAMSTRING (VERB): Injure Synonyms: hamper, thwart Antonyms: aid, expedite Example Sentence: Mohan was trying to hamstring my pet. COUNTERMAND (VERB): Cancel Synonyms: revoke, reverse Antonyms: establish, rehabilitae Example...

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  PLOWED (ADJECTIVE): cultivated Synonyms: bulldozed,tilled Antonyms: recovered, instilled Example Sentence: The plowed fields looked beautiful. SLAPPED (ADJECTIVE): hard hit/imposed Synonyms: beaten, pat Antonyms: avoided, saved Example Sentence:...

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  CADGE (VERB): To beg or get by begging Synonyms: beg, sponge Antonyms: give, donate Example Sentence: He asked if he could cadge a ride from somebody. ...

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  PARSIMONY (NOUN): miserliness Synonyms: stinginess, frugality Antonyms: generosity, lion-heartedness Example Sentence: The parsimony displayed by him was outrageous. INADVERTENTLY (ADVERB): carelessly Synonyms: negligently, recklessly Antonyms: carefully,...

VOCAB OF THE DAY

  SPREE (NOUN) - sustained period of unrestrained activity of a particular kind. Synonyms- binge, splurge Antonyms- plurge care, thriftiness Example- Raghu went on three months’...

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UNVENTILATED (ADJECTIVE): humid Synonyms: choky, confined Antonyms: airy, cool  Example Sentence: The unventilated hall caused breathing problems to many.   THRIFTY (ADJECTIVE): economical Synonyms: stingy, prudent Antonyms: extravagant,...

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  PLOWED (ADJECTIVE): cultivated Synonyms: bulldozed, tilled Antonyms: recovered, instilled Example Sentence: The plowed fields looked beautiful. SLAPPED (ADJECTIVE): hard hit/imposed Synonyms: beaten, pat Antonyms: avoided, saved Example...

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  CADGE (VERB): To beg or get by begging Synonyms: beg, sponge Antonyms: give, donate Example Sentence: He asked if he could cadge a ride from...

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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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  Example Sentence: He cajoled his boss but his boss was too smart to be flattered.   DISPASSIONATE (ADJECTIVE): disinterested  Synonyms: detached, imperturbable Antonyms: excited, passionate Example Sentence: The dispassionate coach hardly attended the...

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