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Monday, 4 December 2017

The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS Clerk Based) | 04 -12 - 17

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The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS Clerk Based) | 04 -12 - 17


1.APPROBATE (VERB): approve

Synonyms: accept, advocate

Antonyms: censure, disapprove

Example Sentence:

She showed a letter approbating the affair.

2. RELIC (NOUN): antique 

Synonyms: artifact, keepsake

Antonyms: whole, lot

Example Sentence: 

It is a relic of a different age.

3. DISCONSOLATE (ADJECTIVE): depressed

Synonyms: crestfallen, despairing

Antonyms: happy, pleased

Example Sentence: 

She was looking disconsolate that day.

4. DERISIVE (ADJECTIVE): ridiculing

Synonyms: disdainful, scornful

Antonyms: polite, respectful

Example Sentence: 

Michelle gave a harsh, derisive laugh.

5. TWILIGHT (NOUN): sunset

Synonyms: sundown, gloaming

Antonyms: daybreak, sunrise

Example Sentence:

Many lights are shimmering in the twilight.

6. SHOOK (ADJECTIVE): upset deeply 

Synonyms: disturb, bother

Antonyms: delight, happy

Example Sentence:

Jennifer looks pretty shook up from the letter by his boss.

7. PURLOIN (VERB): steal

Synonyms: filch, rob

Antonyms: release, let go

Example Sentence: 

she had managed to purloin a small handful of fresh coriander.

8. SCHISM (NOUN): alienation

Synonyms: disaffection, separation

Antonyms: connection, friendliness

Example Sentence: 

Everybody could see the widening schism between them.

9. ATONAL (ADJECTIVE): strident

Synonyms: discordant, loud

Antonyms: low, mild

Example Sentence: 

She had a harsh laugh that could only be described as atonal.

10. DYNAMIC (ADJECTIVE): bright

Synonyms: colorful, lively

Antonyms: boring, dreary

Example Sentence:

The picture was very dynamic

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