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The Vocab Master For All Competitive Exams | 07-11-2023

Swati Mahendras


1-Myriad (noun): a countless or extremely great number.

Synonyms: multitude, a lot, a large number 

Antonyms: finite, limited, countable

Sentence: We were plagued by myriad tiny flies.

2-Mawkish (adjective): sentimental in a feeble or sickly way.

Synonyms: sentimental, oversentimental, overemotional

Antonyms: unsentimental, unadulterated, unvarnished

Sentence: The film lapses into mawkish sentimentality near the end.

3-Ambivalence (noun): the state of having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something or someone.

Synonyms: equivocation, uncertainty, unsureness

Sentence: The document expressed some ambivalence over the doctrine of predestination.

4-Enunciated (adjective): say or pronounce clearly.

Synonyms: pronounce, articulate, say

Antonyms: inarticulate, mute, quiet

Sentence: He enunciated his theory to his colleagues.

5-Masquerade (noun): a false show or pretence.

Synonyms: facade, deception, pose.

Antonyms: candidness, candour directness

Sentence: Her sorrow is just a masquerade.

6-Deleterious (adjective): causing harm or damage.

Synonyms: harmful, damaging, detrimental

Antonyms: anodyne, benign, harmless

Sentence: These drugs have a proven deleterious effect on the nervous system.

7-Enmeshed (verb): cause to become entangled in something.

Synonyms: entangle, ensnare, snare

Antonyms: disentangled, untangled, liberated

Sentence: The whales are caught by being enmeshed in nets.

8-Aplomb (noun): self-confidence or assurance, especially when in a demanding situation.

Synonyms: poise, self-assurance, self-possession

Antonyms: self-distrust, self-doubt, apprehension

Sentence: He delivered the speech with his usual aplomb.

9-Denizen (noun) : an inhabitant or occupant of a particular place.

Synonyms: inhabitant, resident, townsman

Antonyms: guest, tourist, visitor

Sentence: The denizens of Shantytown live in a natural way.

10-Conscription (noun): the practice of ordering people by law to serve in the armed forces

Synonyms: induction, recruitment, draft

Antonyms: removal, discharge, dismissal

Sentence: At the outbreak of war, young people knew they would soon face conscription into the army.


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