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Thursday, 26 October 2017

The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS Clerk Based) | 26 -10 - 17


1. ABASE (NOUN): disgrace

Antonyms: laud, praise

Synonyms: dishonour, degradation

Example Sentence:

The demotion did not abase his credibility with his peers.

2. PLAUSIBLE (ADJECTIVE): believable

Synonyms: probable, credible

Antonyms: impossible, improbable

Example Sentence:

She stammered, and I realized that she had no plausible plan.


Synonyms: glaring, conspicuous

Antonyms: inconspicuous, hidden

Example Sentence:

There are a number of others, but these are some of the most blatant.

4. REPUDIATE (VERB): reject

Synonyms: abandon, revoke

Antonyms: accept, allow

Example Sentence:

He repudiated my idea.


Synonyms: indigenous, local

Antonyms: uncommon, different

Example Sentence:

They are the plebian persons.

6. POIGNANT (ADJECTIVE): affecting

Synonyms: bitter, pathetic

Antonyms: cheerful, happy

Example Sentence:

It was too poignant, too deep-seated in the springs of her physical being.


Synonyms: abject, beggarly

Antonyms: arrogant, brazen

Example Sentence:

With a flattering and obsequious bow our guide leads the way.

8. ADULATION (NOUN): praise

Synonyms: applause, flattery

Antonyms: abuse, criticism

Example Sentence:

Through all this adulation Franklin passed serenely, if not unconsciously.

9. ODIOUS (ADJECTIVE): hateful

Synonyms: loathsome, abhorrent

Antonyms: attractive, likeable

Example Sentence:

The chief had come forward with that odious smiling face of his.

10. AFFABLE (ADJECTIVE): friendly

Synonyms: amiable, gracious

Antonyms: uncivil, unfriendly

Example Sentence:

They are affable, charming companions, and give in readily to the wishes of others.

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