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Friday, 22 December 2017

The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS Clerk Based) | 22 -12 - 17


Dear Aspirants,

In this competitive world, ‘Vocabulary’ plays a vital role in every exam. Several banking and Government exams are around the corner like IBPS Clerk Mains, IBPS SO Pre, RBI Assistant Mains, SSC-MTS, CGL, CHSL, State Level exams, Other Exams etc.  You can score 6 to 8 marks easily in less time period if you go through the ‘The Hindu Vocab’ and ‘Test Your Vocab’, on daily basis in the English section. Mahendra Guru provides you 10 new words in The Hindu Vocab on the daily basis which will benefit for you in upcoming examinations. The Hindu vocab includes the word with the meaning, synonyms, antonyms along with the example given from “THE HINDU” Editorial pages

As we all Know in English section the vocabulary comes from THE HINDU Newspapers in a most bank and competitive exams and it is very essential to read and memories vocab from The Hindu Vocab daily. You can test your vocabulary and evaluate yourself with regard to your respective exams. You can easily learn The Hindu vocab words form our Mahendra Guru App on regular basis.

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1. ABSTRUSE (ADJECTIVE): difficult to understand

Synonyms: esoteric, perplexing

Antonyms: clear, lucid

Example Sentence:

She tried her best to abstruse the situation.

2. ACME (NOUN): pinnacle of achievement

Synonyms: apogee, culmination

Antonyms: base, bottom

Example Sentence:

He seems like an adumbration, rather than the acme, of authoritarian possibilities in India.

3. ACQUIESCE (VERB): agree with some reluctance

Synonyms: comply, conform

Antonyms: disagree, differ

Example Sentence:

He is good to see him refusing to acquiesce.

4. BAIT (NOUN): something for luring

Synonyms: enticement, attraction

Antonyms: discouragement, repulsion

Example Sentence:

The Democratic Governors Association immediately took the bait.


Synonyms: comic, mock

Antonyms: serious, sincere

Example Sentence:

The burlesque scene made everybody laugh. 

6. 6. CHARLATAN (NOUN): phony

     Synonyms: fraud, dishonesty    
     Antonyms: honesty, probity

     Example Sentence: 

He is nothing but a charlatan.

7. CROSS (ADJECTIVE):  very angry

Synonyms: peeved, vexed  

Antonyms: cheerful, happy

Example Sentence:

He seems to be in a cross mood today.

8. CONDIGN (ADJECTIVE): appropriate

Synonyms: fair, deserved

Antonyms: unsuitable, inadequate

Example Sentence: 
This is the most condign way to solve problems.

9. CONDONE (VERB): make allowance for

Synonyms: excuse, forgive    

Antonyms: refuse, prevent

Example Sentence: 

I cannot condone the PA's performance or its behavior—and I have told them so.

10. EFFETE (ADJECTIVE):  exhausted

Synonyms:  burn out, obsolete   

Antonyms: productive, useful

Example Sentence:

After rigorous workout one actually feels effete.

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