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Friday, 17 March 2017

THE HINDU VOCABULARY | 17.03.2017 | IMPORTANT FOR SBI PO

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THE HINDU VOCABULARY | 17.03.2017 | IMPORTANT FOR SBI PO

1. MALADY (NOUN): Disease

Synonyms: affliction, ailment 

Antonyms: good health, comfort

Example Sentence: 

Lungs fibrosis is a fatal malady one can ever suffer from.


2. MAUL (VERB): Savage

Synonyms: drub, lacerate Antonyms: protect, guard

Example Sentence:

A boy was mauled by a lion at Lucknow Zoo.


3. MENDACITY (NOUN): Insincerity

Synonyms: deceit, deception Antonyms: frankness, honesty

Example Sentence:

What you did today was the height of mendacity Mohan!


4. INSOLVENT (NOUN): Beggar

Synonyms: ruined, have-not Antonyms: rich, wealthy

Example Sentence:

My heart melted when I saw an insolvent on the road.


5. UNPREDICTABLE (ADJECTIVE): Changeable

Synonyms: uncertain, volatile Antonyms: predictable, constant

Example Sentence:

His unpredictable approach to enter into a business deal is something that always enchants me. 


6. METTLE (NOUN): Bravery

Synonyms: courage, fortitude Antonyms: cowardice, timidity

Example Sentence: 

He was rewarded for his mettle.


7. CIPHER (NOUN): Nonexistence

Synonyms: nonentity, nobody Antonyms: entity, somebody

Example Sentence: 

He is worried of his cipher.


8. MULTIFARIOUS (ADJECTIVE): Diverse

Synonyms: assorted, manifold Antonyms: homogenous, consistent

Example Sentence:

He is known for his multifarious roles.


9. PERKY (ADJECTIVE): Bouncy

Synonyms: bubbly, cheerful Antonyms: depressed, gloomy

Example Sentence:

She is known for her perky nature.


10. NAG (VERB): Harass

Synonyms: annoy, badger Antonyms: assist, help

Example Sentence:

You please don’t nag in between.



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