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Wednesday, 9 August 2017

The Hindu Vocabulary | 09 - 08 - 17

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1. TRUCULENCE (NOUN): Fight

Synonyms: bellicosity, belligerency              

Antonyms: affection, peace
                                                                                     
Example Sentence:

He is in a habit of getting into truculence very easily.

2. PANEGYRIC (NOUN): Praise

Synonyms: eulogy, encomium              

Antonyms: animadversion, pejorative

Example Sentence:

I was overwhelmed by the panegyric of the crowd.

3. FRISSON (NOUN): Quiver

Synonyms: shiver, shudder            

 Antonyms: dullness, stillness

Example Sentence:

At the steep hill the car was on a frisson.

4. MAR (VERB): Bruise

Synonyms: impair, ruin              

Antonyms: aid, assist

Example Sentence:

It was marred by wear and tear losses.


5. MARE (NOUN): Woman

Synonyms: girl, female             

 Antonyms: man, boy

Example Sentence:

She is a goodly mare.

6. BESET (VERB): Bedevil

Synonyms: beleaguer, besiege              

Antonyms: clarify, explain

Example Sentence:

Many social problems beset the UK.

7. BROOK (VERB): Countenance

Synonyms: tolerate, abide              

Antonyms: disapprove, avoid

Example Sentence:

I was reluctant to brook the use of force.

8. RAPACIOUS (ADJECTIVE): Greedy

Synonyms: acquisitive, avaricious              

Antonyms: benevolent, generous

Example Sentence:

He is a rapacious boy.

9. VIRTUOSO (NOUN): Magician

Synonyms: musician, prodigy              

Antonyms: amateur, imbecile

Example Sentence:

He is a stupendous virtuoso.

10. FORSAKEN (ADJECTIVE): Abandoned

Synonyms: deserted, desolate              

Antonyms: nurtured, populated

Example Sentence:


I would like to visit the forsaken villages.

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