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The Hindu Vocabulary For SBI Clerk Prelims | 29-04-18

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The Hindu Vocabulary For SBI Clerk Prelims | 29-04-18

1. INUMBRATE (VERB): blacken

Synonyms: darken, overshadow

Antonyms: brighten, lighten

Example Sentence:

You would have been inumbrating.

2. CHASTISE (VERB): scold

Synonyms: berate, castigate

Antonyms: encourage, promote 

Example Sentence: 

Urvashi was chastised by a media-person yesterday.
3. APPROBATION (NOUN): approval or agreement 

Synonyms: permission, consent

Antonyms: disapproval, refusal 

Example Sentence: 

They were given an approbation to continue their research.

4. HERETIC (NOUN): cynic

Synonyms: pagan, apostate

Antonyms: adherent, faithful

Example Sentence: 

Anjani is sort of a heretic person.

5. CONSTERNATION (NOUN): distress

Synonyms: dismay, anxiety

Antonyms: security, confidence

Example Sentence:

Mukesh experienced a lot of consternation in those days.

6. METAPHOR (NOUN): implied comparison

Synonyms: allegory, similitude

Antonyms: plain speech, factual

Example Sentence: 

The metaphor used by Gaurav in the class was a well-known one.

7. LACONIC (ADJECTIVE): brief 

Synonyms: concise, compact

Antonyms: wordy, prolific

Example Sentence: 

Ambuj described the incident in a laconic way.

8. TRANSCEND (VERB): surpass

Synonyms: outdo, outshine

Antonyms: surrender, be inferior

Example Sentence:

We were all transcended by him.

9. BEFOG (VERB): to make confused 

Synonyms: dazzle, daze

Antonyms: clarify, cleanse 

Example Sentence: 

My brain was befogged by a sudden blow on my head. 

10. EXONERATE (VERB): excuse

Synonyms: acquit, exempt

Antonyms: condemn, convict

Example Sentence:

A criminal was exonerated from a capital punishment because he showed himself as a minor.

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