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Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Vocabulary Words - 18.10.2016

Mahendra Guru
Vocabulary Words - 18.10.2016
1. AMEND (VERB): improve

Synonyms: rectify, enhance 

Antonyms: blemish, debase

Example Sentence:

We must amend our mistakes.


2. MITIGATION (NOUN): alleviation

Synonyms: extenuation, moderation Antonyms: increase, continuation

Example Sentence:

It’s a good pill for the mitigation of the disease.


3. LENIENT (ADJECTIVE): permissive

Synonyms: compassionate, complaisant Antonyms: intolerant, rigorous

Example Sentence: 

We must avoid to have a lenient approach towards terrorism.


4. STAGGERINGLY (ADVERB): very

Synonyms: awfully, exceedingly Antonyms: mildly, trivially

Example Sentence:

War can harm any country staggeringly.


5. INDUCT (VERB): take into an organization

Synonyms: recruit, instate Antonyms: expel, turn away 

Example Sentence:

He was inducted in the company recently.


6. ANTICIPATED (ADJECTIVE): expected

Synonyms: foreseen, likely Antonyms: unexpected, sudden

Example Sentence: 

It was an anticipated move.


7. IMPERATIVE (ADJECTIVE): necessary

Synonyms: crucial, vital Antonyms: uncritical, inessential

Example Sentence:

He has all the imperative qualities of a leader.


8. DISCREDIT (VERB): blame

Synonyms: defame, degrade Antonyms: flatter, exalt

Example Sentence:

We have proof to discredit Pakistan regarding the spread of terror.


9. PERSISTENT (ADJECTIVE): determined

Synonyms: steadfast, incessant Antonyms: disloyal, inconstant

Example Sentence:

Our PM has a persistent approach to destroy terrorism.


10. SWAY (VERB): move back and forth

Synonyms: waver, wobble Antonyms: straighten, stabilize

Example Sentence:

She sways a lot while speaking.






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