VOCAB OF THE DAY

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  1. COARSE (ADJECTIVE):rude

 

Synonyms: filthy, foul

 

Antonyms: refined, decent

 

Example Sentence: We should avoid coarse words especially for females.

 

 

  1. ATHETI VANISH (VERB):disappear 

 

Synonyms: dissolve, fade 

 

Antonyms: appear, arrive

 

Example Sentence: The cold weather conditions have disappeared nowadays.

 

 

  1. SPURIOUS (ADJECTIVE): fake

 

Synonyms: counterfeit, artificial 

 

Antonyms: authentic, genuine

 

Example Sentence: Beware of spurious things for sale in the market because they can harm you.

 

 

  1. MALICE (NOUN):hate

 

Synonyms: antipathy, grudge 

 

Antonyms: benevolence, kindness

 

Example Sentence: Avoid the feelings of malice in your heart because they bring you pain.

 

 

  1. GENIAL (ADJECTIVE):friendly 

 

Synonyms: cheerful, fruitful 

 

Antonyms: hostile, unfriendly

 

Example Sentence: It is always great to work in a genial environment.

 

 

  1. BARE (ADJECTIVE): small amount

 

Synonyms: minimal, less 

 

Antonyms: plenty, lot 

 

Example Sentence: We ate the bare food that you provided us but we are still hungry.

 

 

  1. AFFABLE (ADJECTIVE):sociable 

 

Synonyms: friendly, courteous 

 

Antonyms: harsh, enemy 

 

Example Sentence:  We must try to be affable in our lives so that we can earn a good image in the society.

 

 

  1. ALLOCATION (NOUN):allotment 

 

Synonyms: supply, provision 

 

Antonyms: deletion, removal 

 

Example Sentence: They will take care of the allocation for the resources, don’t worry.

 

 

  1. 9. FRAGMENTED (VERB):divided

 

Synonyms: broken, partitioned 

 

Antonyms: colluded, joined

 

Example Sentence: Use the fragmented drawers to keep the tools given to you.

 

 

  1. IGNORANT (ADJECTIVE): illiterate 

 

Synonyms: ill-mannered, crude 

 

Antonyms: well-off, refined 

 

Example Sentence: The people who are ignorant of others, are bound to be treated badly.