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THE HINDU VOCABULARY | 11.04.2017 | IMPORTANT FOR SBI PO

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  THE HINDU VOCABULARY | 11.04.2017 | IMPORTANT FOR SBI PO

1. ACQUAINT (VERB): familiarize


Synonyms: apprise, accustom Antonyms: delude, conceal

Example Sentence:

Shashi will need to acquaint herself with the filing system.


2. APPROBATION (NOUN): approval

Synonyms: permission, consent Antonyms: disapproval, refusal

Example Sentence: 

The troop sought for the approbation of the commander-in-chief. 


3. AVER (VERB): claim

Synonyms: assert, declare Antonyms: deny, disclaim

Example Sentence: 

Kavita averred that she had never seen the girl before.


4. BEFOG (VERB): to make confused

Synonyms: dazzle, daze Antonyms: clarify, cleanse

Example Sentence:

My brain was befogged by lack of sleep.


5. BLANDISHMENT (NOUN): flattery

Synonyms: adulation, cajolery Antonyms: criticism, denunciation

Example Sentence: 

The boss was impressed with the blandishments.


6. IMPERTURBABILITY (NOUN): balance

Synonym: aplomb, coolness Antonym: agitation, anxiety

Example Sentence:

Divya’s countenance had resumed its habitual imperturbability.


7. MERETRICIOUS (ADJECTIVE): based on pretence

Synonyms: gaudy, flashy Antonyms: genuine, real

Example Sentence: 

She wore meretricious dress in the party.


8. REPINE (VERB): complain

Synonyms: grumble, lament Antonyms: acclaim, praise

Example Sentence:

Don’t repine against trivial matters.


9. GLIB (ADJECTIVE): articulate

Synonyms: artful, facile Antonyms: stuttering, inarticulate

Example sentence: 

How could Shivani have been so glib about such a traumatic event?


10. OSTRACISM (NOUN): banishment

Synonyms: avoidance, boycott Antonyms: acceptance, allowance 

Example Sentence: 

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