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Monday, 27 November 2017

The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS Clerk Based) | 27 -11 - 17

Mahendra Guru
1   1. ENCROCH (VERB): violate

Synonyms: intrude, infringe 

Antonyms: keep off, ignore

Example Sentence: 

The Chinese army continues to encroach on Indian territory.

2. EMBEZZLE (VERB): misuse

Synonyms: forge, swindle

Antonyms: reimburse, compensate

Example Sentence:

He was caught embezzling money from his client.

3. TRANQUIL (ADJECTIVE): peaceful

Synonyms: calm, pastoral

Antonyms: agitated, aroused

Example sentence: 

She wants to lead a tranquil life.

4. ELOQUENCE (NOUN): fervor

Synonyms: diction, fluency

Antonyms: incompetence, inarticulateness

Example Sentence: 

His eloquence is made him hero among all the aspirants.

5. FRAIL (ADJECTIVE): weak

Synonyms: breakable, feeble

Antonyms: hearty, strong

Example sentence: 

He has become so frail that he can’t stand properly.

6. MOUSY (ADJECTIVE): quite

Synonyms: drab, shy

Antonyms: confident, fancy

Example sentence: 

Garima is a mousy person.

7. IMPAIRED (ADJECTIVE): marred

Synonyms: faulty, flawed 

Antonyms: perfect, unbroken

Example Sentence: 

She has an impaired vision.

8. EARNEST (ADJECTIVE): sincere

Synonyms: fervent, passionate 

Antonyms: frivolous, silly

Example Sentence: 

His earnest approach made him winner.

9. FLEECE (VERB): con

Synonyms: defraud, dupe

Antonyms: help, be honest

Example sentence:

The story of the fleece was as follows.

10. UNCONSCIONABLE (ADJECTIVE): immoral

Synonyms: uncivilized, unethical

Antonyms: cultured, civilized

Example Sentence: 

The judge deemed the torture and killings of innocent people to be unconscionable.


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