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Thursday, 5 April 2018

The Hindu Vocabulary For SBI Clerk Prelims | 05 - 04-18

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1. JIBE (VERB): conform

Synonyms: match, tally

Antonyms: differ, disagree

Example Sentence:

She jibed all the details of the account.

2. BASTION (NOUN): bulwark

Synonyms: support, stronghold 

Antonyms: weak spot, weakness

Example Sentence: 

The king had his place fortified with bastions.


3. PORTENTOUS (ADJECTIVE): exciting

Synonyms: intriguing, haunting

Antonyms: encouraging, hopeful

Example Sentence: 

She has given a portentous performance.

4. WIELD (VERB): apply

Synonyms: operate, exercise

Antonyms: fail, misuse

Example Sentence: 

She wielded the new rules carefully.

5. DIMINUTION (NOUN): weakening

Synonyms: lessening, abatement

Antonyms: expansion, growth

Example Sentence: 

An oversupply made a permanent diminution in the product’s value.

6. NEUROSIS (NOUN): inhibition

Synonyms: aberration, abnormality

Antonyms: normality, sanity

Example Sentence: 

Ritika got a neurosis about chemicals and imagined them everywhere doing her harm.

7. VOLTE-FACE (NOUN): annulment

Synonyms: cancellation, rescinding

Antonyms: enactment, validation

Example Sentence: 

There was a volte-face for Naveen about the decision to marry Natasha.

8. AFFABLE (ADJECTIVE): friendly

Synonyms: amiable, genial

Antonyms: rude, unfriendly

Example Sentence: 

She has an affable nature.

9. OBVERSE (NOUN): opposite

Synonyms: complement, counterpart

Antonyms: back, rear

Example Sentence: 

He needs to practise humbleness which is the obverse of your usual arrogance.

10. EAGER (ADJECTIVE): anxious

Synonyms: keen, ambitious

Antonyms: dispassionate, uneager

Example Sentence: 

The CBI was eager to prosecute the vice chancellor for extortion.


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