Vocabulary Part 6

ALIENATE (VERB): (बहिष्कार करना): estrange Synonyms: turn away, set apart Antonyms: unite Example Sentence: We find nothing small or mean to alienate our respect from him. DELINQUENT (ADJECTIVE): (अपराधी): lawless Synonyms: criminal, offending Antonyms: well behaved Example Sentence: Most delinquent children have deprived backgrounds. MISADVENTURE (NOUN): (अनिष्ट): accident Synonyms: problem, difficulty Antonyms: good luck Example … Read more

Vocabulary Part 5

OVERTURN (VERB): (रद्द करना):  cancelSynonyms: reverse, rescindAntonyms: allowExample Sentence:The results completely overturned previous findings. 2 RETICENT (ADJECTIVE): (अल्पभाषी):  reservedSynonyms: withdrawn, introvertedAntonyms: expansiveExample Sentence:She was extremely reticent about her personal affairs. STRIFE (NOUN): (कलह):  conflictSynonyms: friction, discordAntonyms: harmony, peaceExample Sentence:With this civil strife the importance and prosperity of Louvain declined. OBLIVIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (अनभिज्ञ):  unawareSynonyms: unconscious, heedlessAntonyms: awareExample Sentence:She became absorbed, oblivious to the passage … Read more

Vocabulary Part 4

TENACIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (दृढ़):  firm Synonyms: tight, strong Antonyms: loose Example Sentence: He had a tenacious grip on the rope so as to win.  THREATEN (VERB): (धमकाना):  menace Synonyms: intimidate, browbeat Antonyms: assist Example Sentence: To threaten someone is something that should be avoided.  OFFENSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (अपमानजनक):  insulting Synonyms: rude, derogatory Antonyms: complimentary Example Sentence: The allegations made are deeply offensive to us.  CUMULATIVE (ADJECTIVE): (संचयी):  increasing Synonyms: accumulative, growing Antonyms: subtractive Example Sentence: The cumulative effect of two years … Read more

Vocabulary Part 3

TRITE (ADJECTIVE): (घिसे-पिटे) :  hackneyed Synonyms: banal, clichéd Antonyms: original Example Sentence: This point may now seem obvious and trite.  EXPLOIT (VERB): (अनुचित लाभ उठाना) : take advantage of Synonyms: make use of, abuse Antonyms: treat fairly Example Sentence: These workers are at particular risk of being exploited in the workplace.  OUTBREAK (NOUN) : (प्रकोप):  eruption Synonyms: flare-up, upsurge Antonyms: pacification Example Sentence: The outbreak of World War II proved† to be massive.  APPEASE … Read more

Vocabulary Part 2

🔶1. TRANSITIONAL (ADJECTIVE): (माध्यमिक): intermediate Synonyms: middle, midway Antonyms: initial Example Sentence: A transitional government had been appointed.  🔷2. EXPATRIATE (ADJECTIVE): (प्रवासी): emigrant Synonyms: non-native, displaced Antonyms: native Example Sentence: Expatriate workers were returning to their cities.  🔶3. DIRECTIVE (NOUN): (निदेशात्मक): instruction Synonyms: direction, command Antonyms: lawlessness Example Sentence: A new EC directive has been forwarded for approval.  🔷4. OUTLAW (VERB): (गैरकानूनी घोषित करना): ban Synonyms: bar prohibit Antonyms: permit Example Sentence: Secondary picketing has finally been outlawed.  🔶5. DISASTROUS (ADJECTIVE): (उत्पातक): catastrophic Synonyms: calamitous, cataclysmic Antonyms: fortunate Example … Read more

𝐕𝐨𝐜𝐚𝐛𝐮𝐥𝐚𝐫𝐲 Part 1

🔶1. INFECTIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (सम्मोहक): irresistible Synonyms: compelling, contagious Antonyms: resistible Example Sentence: Her laughter grabs everyone’s attention as it is loud and infectious.  🔷2. ABROGATE (VERB): (अभिनिषेध करना): repudiate Synonyms: revoke, repeal Antonyms: institute Example Sentence: The ministry proposed to abrogate the electoral law.  🔶3. REMARKABLE (ADJECTIVE): (उल्लेखनीय): extraordinary Synonyms: exceptional, amazing Antonyms: ordinary Example Sentence: Both of us reaching at a place at the same time was a remarkable coincidence.  🔷4. NEFARIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (कुटिल): wicked Synonyms: evil, sinful Antonyms: good Example … Read more

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