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Tuesday, 3 October 2017

The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS PO Based) | 03 -10 - 17

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1. KEN (NOUN): perception

Synonyms: acumen, awareness                  

 Antonyms: blindness, ignorance

Example Sentence: 

Due to the ken of my poor health, the doctor advised me to eat healthier foods and exercise more.

2. LAMBASTE (VERB): punish, beat

Synonyms: assail, berate                    

Antonyms: compliment, praise

Example Sentence:

The government was severely lambasted by the opposition.  

3. IMPUTE (VERB): attribute

Synonyms: ascribe, accredit                 

 Antonyms: exculpate, exonerate

Example Sentence:

Rather than impute his brother, he will accept blame for a crime he did not commit.

4. LAMENT (VERB): to mourn or grieve deeply

Synonyms: bemoan, deplore         

Antonyms: relieve, celebrate

Example Sentence:

I lament for those who believe drinking is beneficial.

5. LUCRE (NOUN): money, profits

Synonyms: capital, cash                  

Antonyms: bills, debt

Example Sentence:

Gangsters searched the house for hidden lucre but found nothing.

6. LAX (ADJECTIVE): slack, remiss

Synonyms: careless, lenient                 

Antonyms: attentive, careful

Example Sentence: 

Her lax attitude left people thinking she was disinterested.

7. MAIM (VERB): cripple, put out of action

Synonyms: disable, disfigure                      

Antonyms: care, aid

Example Sentence: 

If you do not want your vicious dog to maim or fatally injure people, then you should put him down.

8. MANGLE (VERB): mutilate, deform

Synonyms: bruise, contort          

Antonyms: beautify, repair

Example Sentence:

How should I fret to mangle every line?

9. NADIR (NOUN): lowest point

Synonyms: base, bottom                                   

Antonyms: top, highest point

Example Sentence:

The sun does not spring at once from the nadir to the zenith.

10. ODIUM (NOUN): shame, dishonor

Synonyms: abhorrence, antipathy        

Antonyms: affection, approval

Example Sentence:

Because of my odium for the politician’s views, I have no plans to vote for him.

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