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Friday, 10 November 2017

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

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

1. TITANIC (VERB): gigantic, very large

Synonyms: colossal, enormous

Antonyms: small, tiny

Example Sentence:

The slugger launched a titanic home run that landed in the parking lot beyond the stadium's center-field wall.

2. PSEUDONYM (NOUN): false name

Synonyms: alias, stage name

Antonyms: real name, original

Example Sentence:

Instead of using his real name, Edward signed his letter to the editor with the pseudonym  "Jack Cramer.


Synonyms: assorted, manifold  Antonyms: homogenous, similar

Example Sentence:

John listed his multifarious interests and activities on his college application.

4. IMPUNITY (NOUN): freedom

Synonyms: exemption, liberty

Antonyms: prohibition, denial

Example Sentence:

Penalties for breaking the law can be made harsher, but without extra funding for its  enforcement, people will continue to violate it with impunity.

5. ESCULENT (ADJECTIVE): fit to be eaten

Synonyms: consumable, eatable

Antonyms: inedible, uneatable

Example Sentence:

Morels are esculent mushrooms and are delicious, but be warned that there are also false 

morels, which are poisonous.

6. FULGENT (ADJECTIVE): dazzling

Synonyms: bright, luminous  

Antonyms: dull, dark

Example Sentence:

The area had recently received a rare dousing of rain, and Maureen and I looked down on  a fulgent foreshore as green as ripe limes.

7. ADDUCE (VERB): affirm

Synonyms: illustrate, prove

Antonyms: hide, conceal     
Example Sentence:

At the trial, a number of factors were adduced to explain the situation.

8. DISJUNCTURE (NOUN): separation

Synonyms: detachment, division

Antonyms: connection, marriage

Example Sentence:

For the President of America, gun rights could be the classic example of the disjuncture  between campaigning and governing.


Synonyms: buttery, insincere 
Antonyms: sincere, mature

Example Sentence:

Jim seems to mistake his own oleaginous demeanor for charm.

10. ESURIENT (ADJECTIVE): desiring excessively

Synonyms: eager, impatient

Antonyms: generous, liberal

Example Sentence:

No one was surprised that the esurient media planned to expand his empire into the social- media marketplace.

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