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Sunday, 18 February 2018

The Hindu Vocabulary For SBI Clerk and Syndicate Bank PO | 18 - 02 - 18

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1.DIZZY (ADJECTIVE): feel unsteady

Synonyms:  woozy, giddy

Antonyms: steady, aware

Example Sentence:

I was dizzy with anger and shame.

2. SQUABBLE (NOUN): minor fight

Synonyms: argument, quarrel

Antonyms: harmony, agreement

Example Sentence:

There have been a minor squabble about phone bills.

3. BLEARY (ADJECTIVE): blurred

Synonyms: dim, dull

Antonyms: bright, clear

Example Sentence:

The day begins with a bleary view of my world.


Synonyms: obscene, indecent

Antonyms: decent, moral

Example Sentence:

The temple is certainly not the place for your bawdy remarks.

5. MAUL (VERB): savage

Synonyms: drub, lacerate

Antonyms: protect, guard

Example Sentence:

A boy was mauled by a lion at Lucknow Zoo.

6. METTLE (NOUN): bravery

Synonyms: courage, fortitude

Antonyms: cowardice, timidity

Example Sentence:

He was rewarded for his mettle.


Synonyms: indented, notched

Antonyms: smooth, flat

Example Sentence:

Bread knives should have a serrated edge.

8. TABOO (ADJECTIVE):  Banned      
Synonyms: prohibited, forbidden

Antonyms: acceptable, allowed

Example Sentence:

Speaking English is taboo in her college.

9. SUPERVENE (VERB): follow

Synonyms: pursue, supersede

Antonyms: retreat, precede

Example Sentence:

When you see your leader like that, you supervene his notions.


Synonyms: cruel, oppressive

Antonyms: easy, gentle

Example Sentence:

Aurangzeb is known as a draconian leader.

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