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Saturday, 14 April 2018

The Hindu Vocabulary For SBI Clerk Prelims | 14-04-18

Mahendra Guru
The Hindu Vocabulary For SBI Clerk Prelims | 14-04-18


Synonyms: indisputable, undeniable

Antonyms: dubious, refutable

Example Sentence:

Planck’s theory is irrefrangible.

2. VESTIGE (NOUN): hint

Synonyms: clue, trace

Antonyms: ignorance, callowness

Example Sentence: 

A remnants of half lit cigarette butts were the vestige of fresh fugitive.

3. SECEDE (VERB): pull away

Synonyms: split from, retract

Antonyms: remain, maintain

Example Sentence: 

The kingdom of Belgium seceded from the Netherland.

4. DISCOURSE (NOUN): dialogue

Synonyms: conversation, discussion

Antonyms: silence, reticence

Example Sentence: 

They better understand the language of political discourse.


Synonyms: choral, verbal

Antonyms: modest, introverted

Example Sentence: 

Her intonated please was filled with sheer remorse.

6. PROSECUTION (NOUN): pursuit

Synonyms: execution, undertaking

Antonyms: disregard, oversight

Example Sentence: 

The news channel's prosecution of its commercial ends.

7. COMPORT (VERB): conform

Synonyms: fit, agree

Antonyms: disagree, conflict 

Example Sentence: 

Adil and Aditya do all that nature and art can do to comport with his will.

8. EBONIZE (VERB): darken 

Synonyms: blot, smudge

Antonyms: lighten, whiten

Example Sentence: 

He ebonized the exact location in the map.

9. CONVENE (VERB): muster

Synonyms: assemble, gather

Antonyms: disperse, scatter

Example Sentence: 

The commander-in-chief had convened a secret meeting of military personnel.

10. OBVIATE (VERB): prevent

Synonyms: eliminate, preclude

Antonyms: support, assist

Example Sentence: 

The settlement obviated the need for the separate cases to be heard in court.

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