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Thursday, 19 April 2018

The Hindu Vocabulary For SBI Clerk Prelims | 19-04-18

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The Hindu Vocabulary For SBI Clerk Prelims | 19-04-18


Synonyms: faulty, flawed

Antonyms: accurate, genuine

Example Sentence:

She read an erroneous article.

2. ABASH (VERB): embarrass

Synonyms: disconcert, rattle

Antonyms: soothe, allay

Example Sentence: 

Shamita looked slightly abashed.

3. EVICTION (NOUN): ejection

Synonyms: expulsion, removal

Antonyms: receiving, welcoming

Example Sentence: 

The forced eviction of residents took place.

4. UNTENABLE (ADJECTIVE): indefensible

Synonyms: illogical, unsound

Antonyms: logical realistic 

Example Sentence: 

I am being perplexed so as why he is making such untenable comments.


Synonyms: product, result

Antonyms: input, admission

Example Sentence: 

From that time he has been adding steadily to his deliverable and his reputation.

6. AGGRIEVE (VERB): offend

Synonyms: oppress, abuse

Antonyms: assist, back

Example Sentence: 

Her sharply penetrating cuss words aggrieved me a lot.

7. SERMONIZE (VERB): moralize

Synonyms: preachify, teach

Antonyms: mislead, misguide

Example Sentence: 

The saint was sermonizing the people of Canada.

8. RUPTURE (NOUN): crack

Synonyms: break, fissure

Antonyms: closing, closure

Example Sentence: 

As soon as each understood the other's full intention, there would be a rupture.

9. TENOR (NOUN): gist

Synonyms: body, core

Antonyms: exterior, outside

Example Sentence: 

He could not understand the general tenor of the debate.

10. CREDENCE (NOUN): trust

Synonyms: belief, faith

Antonyms: disbelief, distrust

Example Sentence:

Psychoanalysis finds little credence among laymen.

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