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  • VOCAB - 29-03-2017

    1. AFFORESTATION (NOUN): forest management.

    SYNONYMS : forestation, arboriculture

    ANTONYMS: deforestation, erosion

    EXAMPLE : We must encourage afforestation because it is the need of the hour.

    2. VANITY (NOUN): feeling of excessive pride.

    SYNONYMS : arrogance, ostentation

    ANTONYMS: modesty, humility

    EXAMPLE : All that come in vanity.

    3. WINSOME (ADJECTIVE): charming.

    SYNONYMS : appealing, dainty

    ANTONYMS: repulsive, dull

    EXAMPLE : She gave him her most winsome smile.

    4. EMBRACE (VERB): hold tightly in arms.

    SYNONYMS : grasp, enfold

    ANTONYMS: shun, unwrap

    EXAMPLE :We should embrace our friends and try to solve their problems.

    5. DEBUNK (VERB): expose as ridiculously false.

    SYNONYMS : disprove, unmask

    ANTONYMS: praise

    EXAMPLE : They will surely debunk the myth later.

    6. PELLUCID (ADJECTIVE): clear.

    SYNONYMS : luculent, transparent

    ANTONYMS: opaque, dubious

    EXAMPLE : The agreement must be pellucid between the parties.

    7. PULCHRITUDE (NOUN): beauty

    SYNONYMS : grace, elegance

    ANTONYMS: roughness, inelegance

    EXAMPLE : Pulchritude should not be given importance in life.

    8. ADVENT (NOUN): an awaited arrival.

    SYNONYMS : approach, onset

    ANTONYMS: departure, leaving

    EXAMPLE : The advent of war let to austerity.

    9. SCATHING (ADJECTIVE): harshly critical

    SYNONYMS : harsh, trenchant

    ANTONYMS: kind, gentle

    EXAMPLE : He gave her a scathing look.

    10. VISGES (NOUN): Hhuman faces.

    SYNONYMS : aspect, features

    ANTONYMS: disappearance, vanishing

    EXAMPLE : My teacher can see blurry visages from the distance.

  • VOCAB - 28-03-2017

    1. AFFORESTATION (NOUN): forest management.

    SYNONYMS : forestation, arboriculture

    ANTONYMS: deforestation, erosion

    EXAMPLE : We must encourage afforestation because it is the need of the hour.

    2. VANITY (NOUN): feeling of excessive pride.

    SYNONYMS : arrogance, ostentation

    ANTONYMS: modesty, humility

    EXAMPLE : All that come in vanity.

    3. WINSOME (ADJECTIVE): charming.

    SYNONYMS : appealing, dainty

    ANTONYMS: repulsive, dull

    EXAMPLE : She gave him her most winsome smile.

    4. EMBRACE (VERB): hold tightly in arms.

    SYNONYMS : grasp, enfold

    ANTONYMS: shun, unwrap

    EXAMPLE :We should embrace our friends and try to solve their problems.

    5. DEBUNK (VERB): expose as ridiculously false.

    SYNONYMS : disprove, unmask

    ANTONYMS: praise

    EXAMPLE : They will surely debunk the myth later.

    6. PELLUCID (ADJECTIVE): clear.

    SYNONYMS : luculent, transparent

    ANTONYMS: opaque, dubious

    EXAMPLE : The agreement must be pellucid between the parties.

    7. PULCHRITUDE (NOUN): beauty

    SYNONYMS : grace, elegance

    ANTONYMS: roughness, inelegance

    EXAMPLE : Pulchritude should not be given importance in life.

    8. ADVENT (NOUN): an awaited arrival.

    SYNONYMS : approach, onset

    ANTONYMS: departure, leaving

    EXAMPLE : The advent of war let to austerity.

    9. SCATHING (ADJECTIVE): harshly critical

    SYNONYMS : harsh, trenchant

    ANTONYMS: kind, gentle

    EXAMPLE : He gave her a scathing look.

    10. VISGES (NOUN): Hhuman faces.

    SYNONYMS : aspect, features

    ANTONYMS: disappearance, vanishing

    EXAMPLE : My teacher can see blurry visages from the distance.

  • VOCAB - 27-03-2017

    1. AGGREGATION (NOUN): grouped together, as a whole.

    SYNONYMS : accumulation, assemblage

    ANTONYMS: separation, scattered

    EXAMPLE : This is an aggregation of required items.

    2. FRUITION (NOUN): something that is made real.

    SYNONYMS : materialization

    ANTONYMS: ignorance, failure

    EXAMPLE : I don't like the bleary atmosphere.

    3. SUPERCILIOUS (ADJECTIVE): Arrogant.

    SYNONYMS : bossy, haughty

    ANTONYMS: humble, modest

    EXAMPLE : He turned out to be a supercilious.

    4. LEVITATE (VERB): Rise into the air.

    SYNONYMS : drift, rise

    ANTONYMS: land, fall

    EXAMPLE :I can now see the magician levitating her at least two feet in the air.

    5. DECIMATE (VERB): Annihilate.

    SYNONYMS : exterminate, obliterate

    ANTONYMS: create, build

    EXAMPLE : The corrupt politicians decimated the whole new policy.

    6. INDOLENT (ADJECTIVE): lazy.

    SYNONYMS : lackadaisical, easygoing

    ANTONYMS: energetic, enthusiastic

    EXAMPLE : He is an indolent man.

    7. NONCONCURRENCE (NOUN): disagreement.

    SYNONYMS : discord, disapproval

    ANTONYMS: harmony, concurrence

    EXAMPLE : All this is accounted for by a nonconcurrence of circumstances.

    8. SARDONIC (ADJECTIVE): Acerbic.

    SYNONYMS : biting, caustic

    ANTONYMS: mild, kind

    EXAMPLE : He has a sardonic tongue.

    9. ECLECTIC (ADJECTIVE): broad.

    SYNONYMS : diverse, varied

    ANTONYMS: narrow-minded, unvaried

    EXAMPLE : Their parents have eclectic thinking .

    10. EXPOSTULATE (VERB): express strong disapproval.

    SYNONYMS : disagree, argue

    ANTONYMS: agree, grant

    EXAMPLE : Her in-laws expostulated her performing on stage.

  • VOCAB - 26-03-2017

    1. OBLIVIOUS (ADJECTIVE): Unaware.

    SYNONYMS : ignorant, unconcerned

    ANTONYMS: attentive, aware

    EXAMPLE : I was surrounded by oblivious thoughts in my mind.

    2. BLEARY (ADJECTIVE): Blurred.

    SYNONYMS : dim, dull

    ANTONYMS: bright, clear

    EXAMPLE : I don't like the bleary atmosphere.

    3. SUPERCILIOUS (ADJECTIVE): Arrogant.

    SYNONYMS : bossy, haughty

    ANTONYMS: humble, modest

    EXAMPLE : He turned out to be a supercilious.

    4. LEVITATE (VERB): Rise into the air.

    SYNONYMS : drift, rise

    ANTONYMS: land, fall

    EXAMPLE :I can now see the magician levitating her at least two feet in the air.

    5. DECIMATE (VERB): Annihilate.

    SYNONYMS : exterminate, obliterate

    ANTONYMS: create, build

    EXAMPLE : The corrupt politicians decimated the whole new policy.

    6. INDOLENT (ADJECTIVE): lazy.

    SYNONYMS : lackadaisical, easygoing

    ANTONYMS: energetic, enthusiastic

    EXAMPLE : He is an indolent man.

    7. NONCONCURRENCE (NOUN): disagreement.

    SYNONYMS : discord, disapproval

    ANTONYMS: harmony, concurrence

    EXAMPLE : All this is accounted for by a nonconcurrence of circumstances.

    8. SARDONIC (ADJECTIVE): Acerbic.

    SYNONYMS : biting, caustic

    ANTONYMS: mild, kind

    EXAMPLE : He has a sardonic tongue.

    9. ECLECTIC (ADJECTIVE): broad.

    SYNONYMS : diverse, varied

    ANTONYMS: narrow-minded, unvaried

    EXAMPLE : Their parents have eclectic thinking .

    10. EXPOSTULATE (VERB): express strong disapproval.

    SYNONYMS : disagree, argue

    ANTONYMS: agree, grant

    EXAMPLE : Her in-laws expostulated her performing on stage.

  • VOCAB - 25-03-2017

    1. ABASEMENT (NOUN): A low or downcast state.

    SYNONYMS : Abjection, Humiliation

    ANTONYMS: Praising, Commendable

    EXAMPLE : Every disaster brought my brother into an attitude of abasement.

    2. ADORABLE (ADJECTIVE): Lovable especially in a childlike or naive way.

    SYNONYMS : lovely, gullible

    ANTONYMS: hateful, mature

    EXAMPLE : What an adorable set of twins!.

    3. WEARABLE (ADJECTIVE): (especially of clothing) easy to wear.

    SYNONYMS : suitable, appropriate

    ANTONYMS: not suitable, unfavorable

    EXAMPLE : Are these clothes wearable for the party?

    4. ABSENTEEISM (NOUN): Habitual absence from work.

    SYNONYMS : truancy, emptiness

    ANTONYMS: presence, witness

    EXAMPLE :Absenteeism is not welcomed in private jobs.

    5. ACCESSIBILITY (NOUN): Capable of being reached.

    SYNONYMS : approachability, affordable

    ANTONYMS: Unreachable, inconvinience

    EXAMPLE : There is no accessibility to this place.

    6. FOUL (ADJECTIVE): Highly offensive; arousing aversion os disgust.

    SYNONYMS : bad, rotten

    ANTONYMS: fair, good

    EXAMPLE : From where this foul smell is coming?

    7. DELINEATE (VERB): describe; outline.

    SYNONYMS : define, depict

    ANTONYMS: distort, confuse

    EXAMPLE : It is very

    difficult to delineate this chapter in few words.

    8. ABSURD (ADJECTIVE): Inconsistent with reason, logic or common sense..

    SYNONYMS : idiotic, illogical

    ANTONYMS: logical, sensible

    EXAMPLE : What an absurd idea!

    9. IRATE (ADJECTIVE): Extremely Angry.

    SYNONYMS : furious, angered

    ANTONYMS: calm, quiet

    EXAMPLE : The irate customer is still shouting.

    10. UBER (ADJECTIVE): super, extreme or outstanding.

    SYNONYMS : magnificent, extraordinary

    ANTONYMS: worthless, useless

    EXAMPLE : It's an uber ride

  • VOCAB - 24-03-2017

    1. APPRAISE (VERB): judge.

    SYNONYMS : estimate, evaluate

    ANTONYMS: ignore, neglect

    EXAMPLE : Many companies were prompted to appraise their recruitment policies.

    2. VIRILE (ADJECTIVE): Ppotent.

    SYNONYMS : powerful, energetic

    ANTONYMS: weak, feeble

    EXAMPLE : He was a virile dancer who brought out the best in the modern Bollywood.

    3. WINNOW (VERB): expel

    SYNONYMS : seperate, terminate

    ANTONYMS: include, hire

    EXAMPLE : Most of the faulty employees were winnowed out by these processes.

    4. WRANGLE (NOUN): fight.

    SYNONYMS : argument, bickering

    ANTONYMS: agreement, harmony

    EXAMPLE :Localitites were the witnessed of the dirty wrangle of the two political leaders.

    5. GIMMICK (NOUN): trick.

    SYNONYMS : garner, compile

    ANTONYMS: truth, honesty

    EXAMPLE : It's just a public relations gimmick.

    6. RENEGADE (ADJECTIVE): rebellious.

    SYNONYMS : difficult, resistant

    ANTONYMS: obedient, dutiful

    EXAMPLE : The renegade policeman revealled details of the murder.

    7. DITHER (NOUN): upset

    SYNONYMS : tizzy, flap

    ANTONYMS: calm, peace

    EXAMPLE : I am in such a dither I forget to put the water in.

    8. BROACH (VERB): open up discussion.

    SYNONYMS : bring up, moot

    ANTONYMS: take back, deny

    EXAMPLE : The parents of the boy did not even broach the issue of marriage with Renee.

    9. PRESTIGE (NOUN): fame

    SYNONYMS : dignity, status

    ANTONYMS: lowliness, insignificance

    EXAMPLE : Doctors are usually treated with prestige.

    10. CLOUT (NOUN): influence.

    SYNONYMS : power, dominance

    ANTONYMS: powerlessness

    EXAMPLE : Ministers often use their clout to get what they want.

 
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