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Thursday, 2 November 2017

The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS Clerk Based) | 02 -11 - 17

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1. ABATE (VERB): lessen

Synonyms: recede, dwindle

Antonyms: develop, enlarge

Example Sentence:

His pain was abated.

2. ABDICATE (VERB): forgo

Synonyms: relinquish, renounce

Antonyms: pursue, remain

Example Sentence:

He was accused of abdicating his responsibilities.


3. ABHOR (VERB): despise

Synonyms: loathe, scorn

Antonyms: admire, cherish

Example Sentence:

He abhorred talking over phone.

4. ABJURE (VERB): forswear

Synonyms: renege, retract

Antonyms: allow, emphasize

Example Sentence:

MPs were urged to abjure their Jacobite allegiance.

5. ABRASIVE (ADJECTIVE): rough

Synonyms: grinding, scuffing

Synonyms: pleasant, smooth

Example Sentence:

He made an abrasive statement.

6. ARTIFACT (NOUN): lie

Synonyms: untruth, fiction

Antonyms: reality, truth

Example Sentence:

He made a statement full of artifacts.

7. ARTLESS (ADJECTIVE): simple

Synonyms: guileless, honest

Antonyms: contrived, artful

Example Sentence:

He is such an artless man.

8. ABSTINENT (ADJECTIVE): ascetic

Synonyms: austere, moderate

Antonyms: hungry, greedy

Example Sentence:
The patients are best advised to be totally abstinent from alcohol.

9. SATE (VERB): satisfy

Synonyms: cloy, gorge

Antonyms: abstain, deprive

Example Sentence:

Ate your appetite at the resort's restaurant.


10. PEG (VERB): attach

Synonyms: fasten, tighten

Antonyms: loose, loosen

Example Sentence:

He pegged the nails into the ceiling joists.



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