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Wednesday, 11 October 2017

The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS PO Based) | 11 -10 - 17

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1. HUMANE (ADJECTIVE): humanitarian

Synonyms: unselfish, philanthropic 

Antonyms: uncharitable, selfish 

Example Sentence:

His altruistic habits worry his wife. 


Synonyms: affianced, committed 

Antonyms: single, unattached

Example Sentence:

The betrothed couple was given blessings.

3. FROLICSOME (ADJECTIVE): full of spirit

Synonyms: lively, romping 

Antonyms: depressed, down 

Example Sentence:

Siddharth is actually a frolicsome man.


Synonyms: fraud, machination

Antonyms: forthrightness, truthfulness.

Example Sentence:

You can smell the chicanery from his character very easily.

5. BRASH (ADJECTIVE): arrogant

Synonyms: cavalier, conceited

Antonyms: modest, unassuming

Example Sentence:

My boss’s son is extremely brash.

6. VISAGE (NOUN): appearance

Synonyms: features, expression

Antonyms: generality, expressionlessness

Example Sentence:

Sonu sood’s visage earned him many cover photos.

7. FAD (NOUN): a state of confusion

Synonyms: ballyhood, commotion 

Antonyms: calm, quietude

Example Sentence:

Parliament’s session was filled with fad.


Synonyms: slow, lethargic 

Antonyms: active, energetic 

Example Sentence:

Ramesh is extremely slothful person.

9. ACQUITTAL (NOUN): freedom 

Synonyms: emancipation, liberty 

Antonyms: bondage, slavery

Example Sentence:

They have caused the acquittal of all the prisoners. 

10. DIALOGUE (NOUN): talk

Synonyms: parley, colloquy

Antonyms: soliloquy, monologue 

Example Sentence: 

They might forget their dialogue.

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