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The Hindu Vocabulary | 14.07.2017

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 The Hindu Vocabulary | 14.07.2017

Synonyms: corrupt, wanton                 

Antonyms: honest, decent

Example Sentence:

The way reprobate country is violating the norms of ceasefire is worth condemning.
2. CAPRICE (NOUN): Sudden change of behaviour

Synonyms: contrariety, crotchet                   

Antonyms: constancy, normality 

Example Sentence:

I am fed up of your caprice now.

3. GIG (NOUN): Employment

Synonyms: job, engagement         

Antonyms: unemployment, economic-decline

Example Sentence:

So is the nature of your gig, she exclaimed!


Synonyms: abhorrent, brackish            

Antonyms: nice, soothing

Example Sentence:

Spitting everywhere is a nauseous habit usually found in Indian youth.

5. HEGEMONY (NOUN): Dominion

Synonyms: authority, leadership           

Antonyms: subservience, powerlessness

Example Sentence:

PoK is under the hegemony of Pakistan.

6. IN WAKE OF (ADJECTIVE): Being next

Synonyms: subsequent, succeeding    

Antonyms: leading, preceding

Example Sentence:

She died in wake of happiness.

7. AGILE (ADJECTIVE): Flexible

Synonyms: lithe, supple                           

Antonym: rigid, stiff

Example Sentence:

Monkey is an agile animal.

8. SHOVE OFF (VERB): Leave quickly 

Synonyms: depart, exit                           

Antonyms: arrive, come

Example Sentence:

As soon as the police arrived the goons shove off from the bank.


Synonyms: vulgar, lewd                 

Antonyms: moral, decent

Example Sentence:

The salacious ruffians made filthy remarks on her.

10. PULL OFF (VERB): Stop

Synonyms: halt, pause                   

Antonyms: continue, go

Example Sentence:

This old orthodox practice should be pulled off now.

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