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Friday, 2 March 2018

The Hindu Vocabulary For SBI Clerk Prelims | 02 - 03- 18

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The Hindu Vocabulary For SBI Clerk Prelims | 28 - 02 - 18
   1. GIMMICK (NOUN): trick
Synonyms:  artifice, ruse
Antonyms:  reality, truth
Example Sentence:
The reservation policy is just a political gimmick.

2. GIGANTIC (ADJECTIVE): huge in size
Synonyms: gargantuan, giant
Antonyms: small, little
Example Sentence:
The road is bordered by gigantic rocks.

3. HEGEMONY (NOUN): controlling power or influence over others
Synonyms: dominance, dominion
Antonyms: impotency, weakness
Example Sentence:
Both America and China are trying for hegemony in Asia.

4. PENCHANT (NOUN): strong inclination
Synonyms: affection, affinity
Antonyms: averseness, aversion
Example Sentence:
He had strong penchant for playing cricket.


5. INGENIOUS (ADJECTIVE): skillful
Synonyms: lever, creative
Antonyms: dull, foolish
Example Sentence:
She devised an ingenious scheme to hoodwink the police.

6. PERDITION (NOUN): hell
Synonyms: inferno, damnation
Antonyms: heaven, paradise
Example Sentence:
He alleged that the film would lead young
souls into perdition.


7. FLAGGING (ADJECTIVE): languid
Synonyms: fading, dwindling
Antonyms: energized, refreshed
Example Sentence:
Sense of winning seems to be flagging in the troops.

8. DECELERATE (VERB):  slow down
Synonyms: brake, slow
Antonyms: accelerate, hasten
Example Sentence:
She decelerated her car

9. JUBILATION (NOUN): rejoicing
Synonyms: happiness, joy
Antonyms: sadness, sorrow
Example Sentence:
The victory of Indian hockey team was celebrated with jubilation.

10. IMPUGN (VERB): criticize, challenge
Synonyms: assail, tar
Antonyms: agree, allow
Example Sentence:
The lawyer impugned the witness's story.

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