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Monday, 25 December 2017

The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS Clerk Based) | 25 -12 - 17

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1. PERVERSION (NOUN): deformity

Synonyms: bias, distortion          

Antonyms: clarity, unbias

Example sentence:

The thing which most disturbed him was the perversion of language.

2. PROSECUTION (NOUN): lawsuit

Synonyms: lawsuit, legal action      

Antonyms: disputation, centre

Example sentence:

Our company wishes to avoid prosecution.


3. BACKDROP (ADJECTIVE): background

Synonyms: scenery, scene    

Antonyms: foreground, cohesion

Example sentence:

A logo of our company appears on this backdrop.

4. CONCORD (NOUN): general agreement

Synonyms: accord, consent       

Antonyms: misunderstand, confuse

They signed a pact of peace and Concord.

5. PHENOMENAL (ADJECTIVE): exceptional

Synonyms: amazing, stunning   

Antonyms: believable, common

Example sentence:

The town expanded at a phenomenal rate.


6. HUNCH (NOUN): instinct

Synonyms: intuition, anticipation 

Antonyms: reality, truth

Example sentence:

I have a hunch that someone is telling lies.

7. VOW (NOUN): oath

Synonyms: assertion, guarantee 

Antonyms: doubt, confusion

Example sentence:

He took a vow to guard his country.

8. LOOK TO (VERB): utilize

Synonyms: exercise, put to use  

Antonyms: abstain, ignore

Example sentence:

He will look to the new idea.

9. CONSIDERABLE (ADJECTIVE): essential

Synonyms: important, key 

Antonyms: unimportant, inessential

Example sentence:

He is on a position of considerable influence.

10. COLLATION (NOUN): analogy

Synonyms: correlation, reform 

Antonyms: difference, dissimilarity

Example sentence:


It is equally necessary to ensure collation of conditions


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