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The Vocab Master For All Competitive Exams | 17-02-2024

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Part of Speech: Verb

Meaning: To persuade or manipulate someone through flattery or deception, often to gain something

Synonym: coax, wheedle, cajole, entice

Antonym: discourage, dissuade, deter

Sentence: The salesman tried to inveigle me into buying the more expensive product by praising its superior qualities, but I remained skeptical and stuck with my original choice.


Part of Speech: Noun

Meaning: A typical example or pattern of something; a model or framework that serves as a standard

Synonym: exemplar, model, pattern

Antonym: anomaly, exception

Sentence: The discovery of DNA's double helix structure was a paradigm shift in the field of genetics, revolutionizing our understanding of heredity and molecular biology.


Part of Speech: Verb

Meaning: To maintain conditions suitable for growth or development, often used in the context of hatching or fostering the development of ideas, projects.

Synonym: hatch, cultivate, foster, nurture

Antonym: neglect, abandon, hinder

Sentence: The startup decided to incubate their new product idea, providing resources and support to foster its development into a viable product for the market.


Part of Speech: Verb

Meaning: To run or move hurriedly with short, quick steps

Synonym: scurry, scamper, rush

Antonym: stroll, saunter, amble

Sentence: As soon as the lights turned on, the cockroach scuttled across the kitchen floor, seeking cover in the dark corners.


Part of Speech: Verb (past tense)

Meaning: To come to a halt or standstill, often unexpectedly or temporarily; to cease making progress or advancing

Synonym: halted, delayed, stuck, impeded

Antonym: progressed, advanced, accelerated

Sentence: The construction project stalled due to a lack of funding, leaving the site deserted and incomplete for months.


Part of Speech: Adjective

Meaning: Bold and without shame

Synonym: shameless, audacious, impudent, daring

Antonym: timid, meek, modest, bashful, reserved

Sentence: The thief had the brazen audacity to steal the painting in broad daylight, right under the noses of the museum staff.


Part of Speech: Noun

Meaning: expression of high praise or tribute, often presented in a public speech or written composition

Synonym: accolade, tribute, praise, commendation

Antonym: criticism, condemnation, censure

Sentence: The professor received an encomium from his colleagues for his groundbreaking research in the field of quantum mechanics.


Part of Speech: Verb

Meaning: To shock or excite someone into taking action; to stimulate or motivate someone to do something

Synonym: inspire, stimulate, energize, spur

Antonym: discourage, demotivate, deter

Sentence: The impassioned speech by the activist galvanized the crowd to take action against climate change, sparking a wave of protests and environmental initiatives.


Part of Speech: Verb

Meaning: To support, strengthen, or provide a foundation for something, typically a structure or an idea

Synonym: bolster, reinforce, support, buttress, strengthen

Antonym: weaken, undermine, sabotage

Sentence: Clear evidence and logical reasoning underpin the scientific theory, providing a solid foundation for further research and investigation.


Part of Speech: Adjective

Meaning: Stated or appearing to be true, but not necessarily so; seeming or outwardly evident

Synonym: apparent, seeming, outward, superficial, Antonym: genuine, real, authentic, actual, sincere

Sentence: His ostensible reason for missing the meeting was a sudden illness, but many suspected he simply forgot about it.


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