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✅Daily The Hindu Vocabulary | 10.08.2022 1. THRIVE (VERB): (फलना-फूलना): flourish Synonyms: prosper, burgeon Antonyms: fail, collapse Example Sentence: The entertainment industry has thrived in the recent decade. 2. SUBVERSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (विनाशक): disruptive Synonyms: inflammatory, insurgent Antonyms: loyal Example Sentence: He was seen as a potentially subversive man within the party. 3. CAPTIVATE (VERB): (मोह लेना): enthral Synonyms: charm, enchant Antonyms: repel Example Sentence: He was captivated by her beauty. 4. ABANDONED (ADJECTIVE): (असंयत): uninhibited Synonyms: reckless, unrestrained Antonyms: restrained Example Sentence: He performed a wild, abandoned dance. 5. BUTTRESS (VERB): (समर्थन देना): strengthen Synonyms: reinforce, fortify Antonyms: weaken Example Sentence: He buttressed his idea by religious belief. 6. PROMINENT (ADJECTIVE):(अगोचर): conspicuous Synonyms: noticeable, obvious Antonyms: inconspicuous Example Sentence: The new housing estates are prominent landmarks. 7. DETENTION (NOUN): (क़ैद): custody Synonyms: imprisonment, confinement Antonyms: relinquishment Example Sentence: The fifteen people arrested were still in police detention. 8. NIMBLE (ADJECTIVE): (फुर्तीला): agile Synonyms: lithe, sprightly Antonyms: stiff Example Sentence: With a deft motion of her nimble fingers, she completed the task. 9. MORATORIUM (NOUN): (प्रतिबंध): embargo Synonyms: ban, prohibition Antonyms: renewal Example Sentence: There was a moratorium on the use of drift nets. 10. MYSTERIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (रहस्यमय): enigmatic Synonyms: inscrutable, secretive Antonyms: open Example Sentence: She was mysterious about herself but said plenty about her husband.
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✅Daily The Hindu Vocabulary | 9.08.2022 1. DESPERATE (ADJECTIVE): (निराशाजनक): despairing Synonyms: hopeless, anguished Antonyms: cheerful Example Sentence: As the supply of food ran out, people became desperate. 2. DEFIANCE (NOUN): (अवज्ञा): resistance Synonyms: opposition, confrontation Antonyms: submission Example Sentence: Despite her defiance, her voice shook. 3. TEMERITY (NOUN): (धृष्टता): audacity Synonyms: boldness, nerve Antonyms: shyness Example Sentence: No one had the temerity to question his conclusions. 4. SETBACK (NOUN): (स्र्कावट): problem Synonyms: difficulty, issue Antonyms: breakthrough Example Sentence: The violent attack was a serious setback for the peace process. 5. DISSEMINATION (NOUN): (प्रसार): spreading Synonyms: circulation distribution Antonyms: suppressing Example Sentence: The dissemination of public information was essential. 6. DRAB (ADJECTIVE): (बेरंग): colourless Synonyms: grey, dull Antonyms: bright Example Sentence: The landscape was drab and grey. 7. PERTINENT (ADJECTIVE): (प्रासंगिक): relevant Synonyms: to the point apposite Antonyms: irrelevant Example Sentence: She asked me a lot of very pertinent questions. 8. EMBELLISH (VERB): (अधिक रोचक बनाना): elaborate Synonyms: embroider, exaggerate Antonyms: simplify Example Sentence: Followers often embellish stories about their heroes. 9. JUDICIAL (ADJECTIVE): (न्यायिक): legal Synonyms: judiciary, juridical Antonyms: ilegal Example Sentence: There would be a judicial inquiry into the allegations. 10. FACTION (NOUN): (अंदरूनी कलह): infighting Synonyms: dissension, dissent Antonyms: harmony Example Sentence: The army faction strengthened day by day.
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Toxic CGL 16/8/2021 (Morning)

Harmful
Lethal
Venomous
Healthy
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Putrefy CGL 13/8/2021 (Afternoon)

Decompose
Contaminate
Destroy
Combine
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Anonim ovoz berish
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Gradual CGL 13/8/2021 (Evening)

Abrupt
Regular
Gentle
Slow
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Anonim ovoz berish
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1

Seize CGL 13/8/21 (Evening)

Catch
Grab
Loosen
Snatch
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Anonim ovoz berish
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Invade CGL 16/8/2021 (Morning)

Attack
Seize
Surrender
Assault
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Anonim ovoz berish
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Widespread CGL 13/8/2021 (Evening)

Limited
General
Famous
Overall
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Harmony CGL 16/8/2021 (Afternoon)

Accord
Conflict
Amity
Concord
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Hope CGL 13/8/2021 (Afternoon)

Chance
Courage
Optimism
Doubt
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Pompous CGL 13/8/2021 (Evening)

Humble
Showy
Flaunting
Boastful
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Anonim ovoz berish
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✅Daily The Hindu Vocabulary | 7.08.2022 1. DE FACTO (ADJECTIVE): (वास्तव में) in practice Synonyms: in effect, in fact Antonyms: alleged Example Sentence: The country was de facto divided between two states. 2. FRAUGHT (ADJECTIVE): (व्यग्र): anxious Synonyms: worried, upset Antonyms: calm Example Sentence: There was a fraught silence. 3. DISCRETIONARY (ADJECTIVE): (विवेकाधीन): optional Synonyms: non-compulsory, voluntary Antonyms: compulsory Example Sentence: There has been an increase in year-end discretionary bonuses. 4. ALOOF (ADJECTIVE): (पृथक): distant Synonyms: detached unresponsive Antonyms: familiar Example Sentence: They were courteous but faintly aloof. 5. GRATIFICATION (NOUN): (संतुष्टि): satisfaction Synonyms: fulfilment, indulgence Antonyms: dissatisfaction Example Sentence: My son's success was a great gratification. 6. PRODIGIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (बहुत बड़ा): enormous Synonyms: huge colossal Antonyms: small Example Sentence: The stove consumed a prodigious amount of fuel. 7. STIGMATIZE (VERB): (गाली देना): condemn Synonyms: denounce, brand Antonyms: eulogize Example Sentence: He was stigmatized in fashion by the people. 8. ABROGATE (VERB): (अभिनिषेध करना): repudiate Synonyms: revoke, repeal Antonyms: institute Example Sentence: The ministry proposed to abrogate the electoral law of 1850. 9. INSULAR (ADJECTIVE): (संकुचित विचार का): narrow-minded Synonyms: limited, blinkered Antonyms: broad-minded Example Sentence: They are a group of stubbornly insular farming people. 10. DISPENSATION (NOUN): (छूट): exemption Synonyms: immunity, exception Antonyms: restriction Example Sentence: Although she was too young, she was given special dispensation to sing.
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✅Daily The Hindu Vocabulary | 6.08.2022 1. ABDICATE (VERB): (मना करना): disown Synonyms: turn down, spurn Antonyms: accept Example Sentence: He has always abdicated whenever given a responsibility. 2. GRAPPLE (VERB): (पकड़ना): seize Synonyms: grab, lay hold of Antonyms: let go of Example Sentence: He grappled the young man around the throat. 3. TRANSGRESSION (NOUN): (पाप): offence Synonyms: crime, sin Antonyms: obedience Example Sentence: I'll be keeping an eye out for further transgressions. 4. TRIGGER (VERB): (प्रेरित करना): prompt Synonyms: stimulate, encourage Antonyms: discourage Example Sentence: Stress or overwork can trigger an allergy. 5. MEEK (ADJECTIVE): (नम्र): patient Synonyms: long-suffering forbearing Antonyms: impatient Example Sentence: He brought his meek little wife along. 6. ENDORSE (VERB): (समर्थन करना): support Synonyms: back, favour Antonyms: oppose Example Sentence: He earns more money endorsing sports clothes than playing football. 7. REBUFF (VERB): (तिरस्कार करना): reject Synonyms: turn down, spurn Antonyms: accept Example Sentence: I asked her to be my wife, and was rebuffed in no uncertain terms. 8. SCRUTINISE (VERB): (जाँचना): inspect Synonyms: survey scan Antonyms: glance at Example Sentence: Customers were warned to scrutinize the small print. 9. INTRUSION (NOUN): (अतिक्रमण): encroachment on Synonyms: trespass on, obtrusion into Antonyms: withdrawal Example Sentence: He was furious about this intrusion into his private life. 10. HITHERTO (ADVERB): (अब तक): previously Synonyms: formerly, earlier Antonyms: afterward Example Sentence: Hitherto part of French West Africa, Benin achieved independence in 1960.
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Daily The Hindu Vocabulary | 5.08.2022 1. NASCENT (ADJECTIVE): (नवजात): budding Synonyms: growing, developing Antonyms: developed, mature Example Sentence: The Indian space industry is nascent at the moment. 2. KUDOS (NOUN): (प्रशंसा): applause Synonyms: esteem, praise Antonyms: dishonour, denunciation Example Sentence: The hockey team was given kudos during a celebratory pep rally after they won. 3. CONSENT (NOUN): (सहमति): assent Synonyms: agreement, permission Antonyms: dissent, disagreement Example Sentence: Change was made without the consent. 4. CULMINATION (NOUN): (परिणति): climax Synonyms: peak, pinnacle Antonyms: nadir Example Sentence: The deal marked the culmination of years of negotiation. 5. PEER (NOUN): (सहकर्मी): fellow Synonyms: co-worker, compeer Antonyms: commoner, junior Example Sentence: He has got criticism from his peers. 5. CODIFY (VERB): (संहिताबद्ध करना): organize Synonyms: systematize, arrange Antonyms: expunge, abrogate Example Sentence: The statutes have codified certain branches of common law. 6. ACCOMMODATIVE (ADJECTIVE): (अनुग्राही): corrupt Synonyms: adaptative, adaptive Antonyms: maladaptive Example Sentence: She was understanding, accommodative, and always had a solution to all problems. 7. PROSPECT (NOUN): (संभावना): hope Synonyms: likelihood, expectation Antonyms: viewlessness, dimness Example Sentence: There was no prospect of a better day. 8. UNPRECEDENTED (ADJECTIVE): (अभूतपूर्व): unexpected Synonyms: unmatched, unequalled Antonyms: normal, common Example Sentence: The government took the unprecedented step of releasing confidential correspondence. 10. FORBEARANCE (NOUN): (सहनशीलता): patient self-control Synonyms: tolerance, patience Antonyms: impatience Example Sentence: His unfailing courtesy and forbearance under great provocation.
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Daily The Hindu Vocabulary | 4.08.2022 1. KUDOS (NOUN): (प्रशंसा): praise Synonyms: esteem, applause Antonyms: dishonour, denunciation Example Sentence: When the football team won the state championship, they were given kudos during a celebratory pep rally. 2. JOLT (VERB): (ऐंठना): convulse Synonyms: disturb, jar Antonyms: calm, comfort Example Sentence: His statement jolted me in my mind. 3. VERBOSE (ADJECTIVE): (वाचाल): wordy Synonyms: gabby, circumlocutory Antonyms: concise, succinct Example Sentence: He is a verbose man. 4. HERETIC (NOUN): (नास्तिक): schismatic Synonyms: apostate, pagan Antonyms: believer, follower Example Sentence: As a relapsed heretic, he was left to the secular arm. 5. COVERT (ADJECTIVE): (गुप्त): hidden Synonyms: undercover, secret Antonyms: open, known Example Sentence: Behind his soft behaviour he has some covert intentions. 6. DEFILE (VERB): (अपवित्र करना): corrupt Synonyms: degrade, desecrate Antonyms: honour, praise Example Sentence: He tried to defile the system. 7. FISHY (ADJECTIVE): (संदेहजनक): dubious Synonyms: doubtful, suspicious Antonyms: truthful, aboveboard Example Sentence: I am convinced there is something fishy going on. 8. KNOTTY (ADJECTIVE): (जटिल): troublesome Synonyms: mystifying, perplexing Antonyms: easy, facile Example Sentence: It was his knotty idea. 9. KNAVE (NOUN): (दुष्ट): fraud Synonyms: miscreant, rogue Antonyms: hero, angel Example Sentence: He is known as a notorious knave of this area. 10. LUDICROUS (ADJECTIVE): (ऊटपटांग): absurd Synonyms: bizarre, comical Antonyms: normal, ordinary Example Sentence: It was a ludicrous statement made by her.
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Daily The Hindu Vocabulary | 3.08.2022 1. NOXIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (हानिकारक): Deadly, injurious Synonyms: destructive, harmful Antonyms: helpful, kind Example Sentence: This is a noxious chemical. 2. PERSPICACIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (तीक्ष्ण-बुद्धि): Observant, perceptive Synonyms: alert, aware Antonyms: ignorant, unobservant Example Sentence: The CDI officers are always perspicacious with their case. 3. FERVENT (ADJECTIVE): (उत्साही): Enthusiastic Synonyms: zealous, ardent Antonyms: apathetic, dull Example Sentence: He is a fervent child. 4. FITFUL (ADJECTIVE): (चंचल) :Spasmodic Synonyms: intermittent, fluctuating Antonyms: continuous, perpetual Example Sentence: As long as his breathing is fitful, he will continue to need an oxygen machine. 5. FLOUT (VERB): (अवज्ञा करना) :Show contempt for Synonyms: defy, disregard Antonyms: honour, praise Example Sentence: One should not flout the traffic rules. 6. FEASIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (व्यवहार्य) :Practicable Synonyms: possible, doable Antonyms: impossible, implausible Example Sentence: This seems to be a feasible solution. 7.SUPERVENE (VERB): (पीछे आना): Follow Synonyms: pursue, supersede Antonyms: retreat, precede Example Sentence: Team members supervene their leaders. 8. DRACONIAN (ADJECTIVE): (कठोर) :Harsh Synonyms: cruel, oppressive Antonyms: easy, gentle Example Sentence: Your master is a draconian man. 9. DAWDLE (VERB): (समय नष्ट करना): Waste time Synonyms: loiter, procrastinate Antonyms: hasten, hurry Example Sentence: The teacher warned the student that he will be punished if he dawdled again. 10. PILLAGE (VERB): (लूटना) :Plunder, destroy Synonyms: ravage, ransack Antonyms: protect, construct Example Sentence: The terrorists pillaged the city.
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✅Daily The Hindu Vocabulary | 2.08.2022 1. AMELIORATE (VERB): (सुधरना): improve Synonyms: better, enhance Antonyms: worsen Example Sentence: The reform did much to ameliorate living standards. 2. DISTEND (VERB): (फूलना या फूलाना): swell Synonyms: bloat, bulge Antonyms: shrink Example Sentence: The abdomen distended rapidly. 3. HALT (NOUN): (विराम): stop Synonyms: standstill, cessation Antonyms: start Example Sentence: There was a halt in production. 4. TREACHEROUS (ADJECTIVE): (बेवफ़ा): traitorous Synonyms: disloyal, perfidious Antonyms: loyal Example Sentence: He is a treacherous RAW agent. 5. REVULSION (NOUN): (घृणा): disgust Synonyms: repulsion, abhorrence Antonyms: delight Example Sentence: News of the attack will be met with sorrow and revulsion. 6. EBB (VERB): (उतार): recede Synonyms: go out, retreat Antonyms: come in Example Sentence: The trend began to ebb. 7. BOUNTY (NOUN): (उदारता): generosity Synonyms: magnanimity, munificence Antonyms: meanness Example Sentence: For millennia the people along the Nile have depended entirely on its bounty. 8. CAJOLE (VERB): (चापलूसी करना): persuade Synonyms: wheedle, coax Antonyms: bully Example Sentence: He hoped to cajole her into selling the house. 9. EMPHATIC (ADJECTIVE): (ज़ोरदार): vehement Synonyms: firm, wholehearted Antonyms: hesitant Example Sentence: The children were emphatic that they would like to repeat the experience. 10. HEGEMONY (NOUN): (नेतृत्व): leadership Synonyms: dominance, dominion Antonyms: self-government Example Sentence: Germany was united under Prussian hegemony after 1871
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Daily The Hindu Vocabulary | 1.08.2022 1. TACIT (ADJECTIVE): (अंतर्निहित): implicit Synonyms: understood, implied Antonyms: explicit Example Sentence: Your silence may be taken to mean tacit agreement. 2. ERECT (VERB): (निर्माण करना): build Synonyms: construct, put up Antonyms: demolish Example Sentence: The guest house was erected in the eighteenth century. 3. PERIL (NOUN): (विपत्ति): danger Synonyms: jeopardy, risk Antonyms: safety Example Sentence: The hour of peril for the Latin kingdom had now at last struck. 4. AMASS (VERB): (एकत्र करना): gather Synonyms: collect, assemble Antonyms: dissipate Example Sentence: He amassed a fortune estimated at close to a million pounds. 5. BRINK (NOUN): (कगार): edge Synonyms: verge, margin Antonyms: middle Example Sentence: This woman could bring me to the brink of insanity. 6. SPUR (NOUN): (प्रेरणा): stimulus Synonyms: incentive, encouragement Antonyms: disincentive Example Sentence: Wars act as a spur to practical invention. 7. INCURSION (NOUN): (आक्रमण): attack on Synonyms: assault on, raid on Antonyms: retreat Example Sentence: Government forces were able to halt the rebel incursion. 8. BLEAK (ADJECTIVE): (निराशात्मक): unpromising Synonyms: unfavourable, unpropitious Antonyms: promising Example Sentence: He paints a bleak picture of a company that has lost its way. 9. SLACKEN (VERB): (मंद करना): slow Synonyms: slow down, decelerate Antonyms: speed up Example Sentence: The pace of trade never slackens. 10. BENEVOLENT (ADJECTIVE): (दयालू): kind Synonyms: kindly, kind-hearted Antonyms: unkind Example Sentence: He was something of a benevolent despot.
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Cadence CGL 24/8/2021 (Afternoon) Synonym

Pleasure
Habit
Freshness
Rhythm
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Mithila art tradition is passed on / from one generation through a next / by children watching and helping / their mothers and grandmothers. CGL 24/8/2021 (Evening)

from one generation through a next
Mithila art tradition is passed on
their mothers and grandmothers
by children watching and helping
0
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Shimmer CGL 23/8/2021 (Evening) Synonym

Quake
Shine
Shake
Shiver
0
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Raman went / with his wife / to the village / to sold their land. CGL 24/8/2021 (Evening)

to the village
Raman went
to sold their land
with his wife
0
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Uncanny CGL 23/8/2021 (Evening) Synonym

Plain
Exposed
Mysterious
Unprotected
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Daily The Hindu Vocabulary | 31.07.2022 1. CONTENTIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (विवादास्पद): controversial Synonyms: disputable, debatable Antonyms: uncontroversial Example Sentence: The socio-economic plan had been the subject of contentious debate. 2. TRIVIALITY (NOUN): (तुच्छता): unimportance Synonyms: insignificance, pettiness Antonyms: importance Example Sentence: There is mediocrity and triviality in the current popular culture. 3. NARCISSISTIC (ADJECTIVE): (आत्ममुग्ध): vain Synonyms: self-absorbed, self-obsessed Antonyms: modest Example Sentence: She is a narcissistic actress. 4. LINGER (VERB): (क़ायम रहना): persist Synonyms: continue, remain Antonyms: vanish Example Sentence: The tradition seems to linger on. 5. EXORBITANT (ADJECTIVE): (अत्यधिक): extortionate Synonyms: extremely, high Antonyms: reasonable Example Sentence: Some hotels charge exorbitant rates for phone calls. 6. DUBIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (अस्पष्ट): equivocal Synonyms: ambiguous, indeterminate Antonyms: decisive Example Sentence: He holds the dubious distinction of being lowered by every club he has played for. 7. FLOUT (VERB): (अवज्ञा करना): defy Synonyms: go against, scorn Antonyms: observe Example Sentence: He flouted all the rules and regulations. 8. ESPOUSE (VERB): (समर्थन करना): adopt Synonyms: embrace, take up Antonyms: reject Example Sentence: She espoused the causes of justice and freedom for all. 9. AVARICIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (लालची): grasping Synonyms: acquisitive, covetous Antonyms: generous Example Sentence: He showed none of the avaricious temper so common among the politicians. 10. MYRIAD (ADJECTIVE): (असंख्य): innumerable Synonyms: countless infinite Antonyms: countable Example Sentence: He gazed at the myriad lights of the city.
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Daily The Hindu Vocabulary | 30.07.2022 1. SUPERFLUOUS (ADJECTIVE): (अति अधिक): surplus Synonyms: redundant, unneeded Antonyms: necessary Example Sentence: The purchaser should avoid asking for superfluous information. 2. COMPETENCE (NOUN): (योग्यता): capability Synonyms: ability, competency Antonyms: incompetence Example Sentence: Courses were launched to improve the competence of staff. 3. UBIQUITOUS (ADJECTIVE): (सर्वव्यापक): omnipresent Synonyms: ever-present, everywhere Antonyms: rare Example Sentence: His ubiquitous influence was felt by all the family. 4. FUSS (NOUN): (गड़बड़): bother Synonyms: trouble, inconvenience Antonyms: convenience Example Sentence: They settled in with very little fuss. 5. CONVOLUTED (ADJECTIVE): (जटिल): complicated Synonyms: complex, involved Antonyms: simple Example Sentence: The film is let down by a convoluted plot in which nothing really happens. 6. AFFINITY (NOUN): (सहानुभूति): empathy Synonyms: rapport, sympathy Antonyms: dislike Example Sentence: He had a special affinity with horses. 7. RETRACT (VERB): (वापस लेना): take back Synonyms: withdraw, unsay Antonyms: assert Example Sentence: He was forced to retract an opinion too liberal for the time. 8. GHASTLY (ADJECTIVE): (भयंकर): terrible Synonyms: frightful, horrible Antonyms: pleasant Example Sentence: It was one of the most ghastly crimes ever committed. 9. SCARCELY (ADVERB): (कठिनता से): rarely Synonyms: seldom, infrequently Antonyms: often Example Sentence: Scarcely a day goes by when they don't see or talk to each other. 10. CONTINGENT (ADJECTIVE): (आकस्मिक): chance Synonyms: accidental, fortuitous Antonyms: predictable Example Sentence: The nature of the job that I do is contingent.
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Daily The Hindu Vocabulary | 29.07.2022 1. INGRAINED (ADJECTIVE): (दीर्घस्थायी): entrenched Synonyms: established, fixed Antonyms: transient Example Sentence: She wanted to wake up with his scent ingrained in her skin. 2. CELLAR (NOUN): (तहखाना): basement Synonyms: vault, crypt Antonyms: attic Example Sentence: The servants led us down into a cellar. 3. OMINOUS (ADJECTIVE): (अमंगल): threatening Synonyms: menacing, baleful Antonyms: promising Example Sentence: My ominous tone didn’t register with him. 4. MALAISE (NOUN): (अप्रसन्नता): unhappiness Synonyms: restlessness, uneasiness Antonyms: comfort Example Sentence: An infected person will feel a general malaise. 5. STRICKEN (ADJECTIVE): (तंग): troubled Synonyms: affected, afflicted Antonyms: unaffected Example Sentence: The pilot landed the stricken aircraft. 6. OSTENSIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (ख़याली): apparent Synonyms: seeming, outward Antonyms: real Example Sentence: The real dispute which lay behind the ostensible complaint. 7. VAUNT (VERB): (प्रशंसा करना): acclaim Synonyms: esteem, revere Antonyms: criticize Example Sentence: He was initially vaunted by the West for his leadership of the country. 8. UNSEEMLY (ADJECTIVE): (अनुचित): indecorous Synonyms: improper, inappropriate Antonyms: seemly Example Sentence: The discussion led to nothing but an unseemly squabble. 9. CATHARSIS (NOUN): (शुद्धिकरण): purging Synonyms: purgation, purification Antonyms: repression Example Sentence: Music is a means of catharsis for many of us. 10. INFANTILE (ADJECTIVE): (बचकाना): childish Synonyms: babyish, immature Antonyms: mature Example Sentence: The point about fairies etc. is so infantile in logic I can barely contain my disbelief.
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3. "I am proud of you," father said to me. (Indirect/Direct Speech) (SSC CGL MAINS 2017, 17.02.2018)

Father told me that he is proud of me.
Father told me that he was proud of me.
Father told me this that he was proud of me.
Father told me that that he is proud of me.
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1. The manager gave her a negative feedback during her performance appraisal. (Active/Passive Voice) (SSC CGL MAINS 2017, 17.02.2018)

A negative feedback was given to her by the manager during her performance appraisal.
The manager will give her negative feedback during her performance appraisal.
A negative feedback is being given to her by the manager during appraising her performance.
Giving of a negative feedback to her during her performance appraisal has been done by the manager.
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4. Vivekananda _____________ the young to “arise” and “awake”, to reject all doctrines and dogmas that were based on superstition and prejudice. (SSC CGL MAINS 2017, 19.02.2018)

flattered
lauded
exhorted
commended
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