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The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS RRB Based) | 17 - 08 - 17

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The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS RRB Based) | 17 - 08 - 17

1. CARESS (VERB):  Embrace

Synonyms: hug, fondle 
Antonyms: release, let go

Example Sentence:

The mother caressed her daughter.

2. CAPTIVITY (NOUN): Imprisonment

Synonyms: confinement, restrain       

Antonyms: freedom, liberty

Example Sentence:

Fearing the possibility of captivity, the criminal looked for a way to escape capture.


Synonyms: obdurate, indifferent         
Antonyms: kind, sympathetic

Example Sentence:

The killer was a callous man who murdered without feeling guilty.

4. CALUMNY (NOUN): Accusation

Synonyms: defamation, aspersion 
Antonyms: praise, goodwill

Example Sentence:

The best to avoid calumny is by ignoring the false statements of others.

5. DERIDE (VERB): Taunt

Synonyms: mock, jeer           

Antonyms: inspire, encourage

Example Sentence:

It is not good to deride homeless people.

6. DEPRIVE (VERB): Despoil

Synonyms: divest, disinherit  
Antonyms: invest, restore

Example Sentence:

The poor are deprived of healthy food.

7. EXULT (VERB): Jubilate

Synonyms: celebrate, rejoice      
Antonyms: mourn, grieve

Example Sentence:

The team exulted for their team’s victory.

8. ENCROACH (VERB): Violate

Synonyms: intrude, trespass      
Antonyms: abide, avoid

Example Sentence:

Weeds have started to encroach on my vegetable garden.

9. FOE (NOUN): Opponent

Synonyms: antagonist, enemy 

Antonyms: fellow, friend

Example Sentence:

The king knew the whereabouts of his foe very well.

10. FABRICATE (VERB): Construct

Synonyms: build, produce             

Antonyms: destroy, demolish

Example Sentence:

The spy is going to fabricate a new identity in order to blend into the community and go unnoticed. 

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