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Tuesday, 16 January 2018

The Hindu Vocabulary For IBPS Clerk Mains | 16 - 01 - 18


1. TURMOIL (NOUN): uncertainty

Synonyms: turbulence, ferment     
Antonyms: contentment, tranquility     

Example Sentence:

There was widespread turmoil in the city.
2. RIFT (NOUN): a flaw, fault

Synonyms: breach, fissure

Antonyms: closure, agreement    

Example Sentence:

It is a great misfortune that an internal rift has moved inexorably towards a full-blown crisis.

3. INEXORABLY (ADVERB): in a way that is impossible to stop or prevent

Synonyms: ferociously, atrociously  

Antonyms: gently, humanely  

Example Sentence:

The public is enraged by the inexorable rise in petroleum prices.

4. DISSENSION (NOUN): disagreement that leads to discord   

Synonyms: controversy, friction  

Antonyms: harmony, conformity

Example Sentence:

The SC has exposed an unprecedented level of dissension.

5. FERMENT (VERB): agitation and excitement among a group of people

Synonyms: frenzy, storm   

Antonyms: calm, peace

Example Sentence:

The highest court was in a state of ferment.

6. OMINOUS (ADJECTIVE): giving the worrying impression

Synonyms: apocalyptic, baleful

Antonyms: bright, hopeful   

Example Sentence:

A suggestion that is being read by some as an ominous reference to an unknown external hand.

7. DELINEATE (VERB): describe precisely

Synonyms: define, limn

Antonyms: confuse, distort   

Example Sentence:

The judge delineated the composition of the bench to hear the case.

8. POSTERITY (NOUN): all future generation of people

Synonyms: progeny, lineage  

Antonyms: parent, past     

Example Sentence:

This incident is regarded by posterity as an aberration rather than a precedent.

9. INTROSPECTION (NOUN): the examination of one’s own mental processes.

Synonyms: contemplation, reflection

Antonyms: ignorance, disregard   

Example Sentence:

It is a moment for collective introspection.

10. CONVENE (VERB): bring together for a meeting

Synonyms: assemble, congregate   

Antonyms: disperse, separate      

Example Sentence:

The Chief Justice must convene a meeting of the full court.

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