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Thursday, 21 September 2017

The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS PO Based) | 21 - 09 - 17

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Synonyms: grouchy, surly                   

Antonyms: easygoing, happy

Example Sentence: 

His dog is irascible and has to be kept on a leash at all times.

2. WASPISH (ADJECTIVE): cantankerous

Synonyms: crabby, crotchety                   

Antonyms: good-natured, cheerful

Example Sentence:

By nature, bulls are waspish animals that prefer to be left alone

3. FORLORN (ADJECTIVE): depressed

Synonyms: desolate, miserable               

Antonyms: joyful, elated

Example Sentence:

Since Amish works so much, he does not realize his wife is forlorn because she rarely gets to spend time with him.


Synonyms: invaluable, precious                    

Antonyms: cheap, idolized

Example Sentence:

I will continue to see the therapist because her stress management tips have proven inestimable to me.


Synonyms: incarnate, personalize                 

Antonyms: detach, alienate

Example Sentence:

The observers were able to internalize the happiness released from the event.

6. SPARSE (ADJECTIVE): very few and scattered

Synonyms: inadequate, meager                 

Antonyms: abundant, adequate

Example Sentence: 

There are many areas with sparse population.

7. HOODWINK (VERB): deceive

Synonyms: mislead, swindle                      

Antonyms: help, offer

Example Sentence: 

After the hurricane, many dishonest individuals tried to hoodwink generous people into donating to fake charities.

8. CONCRETIZE (VERB): demonstrate

Synonyms: epitomize, exemplify                

  Antonyms: conceal, obscure

Example Sentence:

The medication will not be marketed until it is concretized to be safe.

9. PERVERSELY (ADVERB): abnormally

Synonyms: unusually, peculiarly               

Antonyms: naturally, usually

Example Sentence:

Sankalp knew almost nothing about him whom he perversely misunderstood.

10. SOMERSAULT (VERB): bounce

Synonyms: hop, surge                    

Antonyms: decline, decrease

Example Sentence:

The gymnast stuck the somersault landing, but the flip caused a little pain in her knees.

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