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Wednesday, 27 December 2017

The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS Clerk Based) | 27 -12 - 17

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1.DOCTOR (VERB): Interfere

Synonyms: meddle, tinker  
            
Antonyms: assist, support

Example Sentence:

Do not doctor in between the process.
         
2. HEARTFELT (ADJECTIVE): Sincere

Synonyms: genuine, unaffected

Antonyms: insincere, pretended

Example Sentence:

I pay my heartfelt regards to them.

3. DESPOIL  (VERB): destroy

Synonyms: desecrate, devour 

Antonyms: construct, assemble

Example Sentence:

We must despoil our enemy and his objectives.
      
     
4. DETER  (VERB): inhibit from action

Synonyms: dissuade, forestall

Antonyms: facilitate, aid

Example Sentence:

We must deter from starting a war.

5. GRIM  (ADJECTIVE): horrible in manner

Synonyms: stern, horrid 

Antonyms: pleasant, comforting

Example Sentence:

The grim experience of the film, was devastating for their morale.
           
6. CALLOUSNESS (NOUN): absence of interest

Synonyms: nonchalance, aloofness

Antonyms: compassion, sympathy

Example Sentence:

His callousness shows how careful is he.

7. ASSAULT  (VERB): attack

Synonyms: assail, charge

Antonyms:  retreat, regroup

Example Sentence:

Whenever we assault, we destroy our enemy.
           
8. SOLITARY  (ADJECTIVE): alone

Synonyms: sole, lone

Antonyms: sociable, combined

Example Sentence:

We must combat the enemy using our solitary units

9. SERENE  (ADJECTIVE): calm

Synonyms: laid-back, placid

Antonyms:  clamorous, turbulent

Example Sentence:

We must work in a serene environment.
           
10. ACCUSTOMED (ADJECTIVE): be used to

Synonyms: acquainted, habituated

Antonyms: unaccustomed, unusual

Example Sentence:

We must get accustomed people to get the job done.


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