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🔰 Saturday, 24 October 2020 🔰

●The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams.

1. COMPLEX (ADJECTIVE): (जटिल):  complicated 
Synonyms: involved, intricate 
Antonyms: simple 
Example Sentence: 
It was a complex task of regenerating Docklands. 

2. DEMOLITION (NOUN): (विध्वंस):  destruction 
Synonyms: knocking down, flattening 
Antonyms: construction 
Example Sentence: 
The monument was saved from demolition. 

3. NEGLIGENCE (NOUN): (लापरवाही):  carelessness 
Synonyms: lack of care, dereliction of duty 
Antonyms: conscientiousness 
Example Sentence: 
His injury was due to the negligence of his employers. 

4. DIGNITY (NOUN): (गरिमा):  nobility 
Synonyms: majesty, regality 
Antonyms: informality 
Example Sentence: 
He bowed in front of God with great dignity. 

5. INDUCE (VERB): (कारण बनना):  cause 
Synonyms: produce, effect 
Antonyms: prevent 
Example Sentence: 
None of these measures induced a change of policy. 

6.CURB (VERB): (अंकुश लगाना):  restrain 
Synonyms: hold back, keep back 
Antonyms: release 
Example Sentence: 
She promised she would curb her temper. 

7. SPLENDID (ADJECTIVE): (शानदार):  magnificent 
Synonyms: sumptuous, grand 
Antonyms: modest 
Example Sentence: 
The view of the HawaMahal was splendid. 

8. PINNACLE (NOUN): (शिखर):  peak 
Synonyms: height, summit 
Antonyms: nadir 
Example Sentence: 
He had reached the pinnacle of his career. 

9. LAX (ADJECTIVE): (बेपरवाह):  slack 
Synonyms: slipshod, negligent 
Antonyms: stern 
Example Sentence: 
Never let go of that privacy or be lax with your security. 

10. INDEFINITELY (ADVERB): (अनिश्चित काल के लिए): sine die 
Synonyms: forever, for good 
Antonyms: temporarily 
Example Sentence: 
Talks cannot go on indefinitely. 


1.1K 04:31

🔰 Sunday, 25 October 2020 🔰

●The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams.

1. FEASIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (व्यवहार्य):  practicable 
Synonyms: practical, workable 
Antonyms: impractical 
Example Sentence: 
It is not feasible to put most finds from excavations on public display. 

2. DECIMATE (VERB): (बरबाद करना):  destroy 
Synonyms: kill, remove 
Antonyms: bear, build 
Example Sentence: 
The inhabitants of the country had been decimated. 

3. FARE (VERB): (अग्रसर होना): get on 
Synonyms: proceed, progress 
Antonyms: fail 
Example Sentence: 
The party fared very badly in the recent elections. 

4. RECLAIM (VERB): (पुनः प्राप्त करना):  recover 
Synonyms: regain, retrieve 
Antonyms: forfeit 
Example Sentence: 
You can only reclaim Rs 25 of the Rs 435 deducted. 

5. MANOEUVRE (NOUN): (गतिविधि):  operation 
Synonyms: exercise, activity 
Antonyms: inactivity 
Example Sentence: 
Snowboarders performed daring manoeuvres on precipitous slopes. 

6. DISENGAGE (VERB): (छुड़ाना):  remove 
Synonyms: detach, disentangle 
Antonyms: attach 
Example Sentence: 
I disengaged his hand from mine. 

7. ENTRANT (NOUN): (नौसिखिया):  beginner 
Synonyms: newcomer, fresher 
Antonyms: veteran 
Example Sentence: 
The prize will be awarded to the entrant who wins the tiebreak. 

8. RIVAL (NOUN): (प्रतिद्वंद्वी):  competitor 
Synonyms: opponent, contestant 
Antonyms: partner 
Example Sentence: 
He has no serious rival for the job. 

9. PART (VERB): (बिदा होना):  leave 
Synonyms: take one's leave, separate 
Antonyms: arrive, meet 
Example Sentence: 
There was a good deal of kissing before we parted. 

10. ANXIETY (NOUN): (चिंता):  worry 
Synonyms: concern, apprehension 
Antonyms: calmness 
Example Sentence: 
There was anxiety in her quiet voice. 


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🔰 Tuesday, 27 October 2020 🔰

●The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams.

1. ASTONISHING (ADJECTIVE): (आश्चर्यजनक):  surprising 
Synonyms: impressive, amazing 
Antonyms: unimpressive 
Example Sentence: 
All his achievements are nothing short of astonishing. 

2. STARTLE (VERB): (डराना):  surprise 
Synonyms: frighten, scare 
Antonyms: put at ease 
Example Sentence: 
A sudden sound in the doorway startled her. 

3. CONCERNED (ADJECTIVE): (चिंतित):  worried 
Synonyms: anxious, disturbed 
Antonyms: unconcerned
Example Sentence: 
The school's decision is being questioned by a group of concerned parents. 

4. APPARENTLY (ADVERB): (जाहिरा तौर पर):  seemingly 
Synonyms: evidently, ostensibly 
Antonyms: improbably 
Example Sentence: 
The child nodded, apparently content with the promise. 

5. DISMISS (VERB): (निर्वासित करना):  banish 
Synonyms: set aside, abandon 
Antonyms: entertain 
Example Sentence: 
It would be easy to dismiss him as all brawn and no brain. 

6. SANCTION (NOUN): (दंड):  penalty 
Synonyms: punishment, deterrent 
Antonyms: reward 
Example Sentence: 
A range of sanctions were aimed at deterring insider abuse. 

7. DISQUIET (NOUN): (बेचैनी):  unease 
Synonyms: uneasiness, worry 
Antonyms: calm 
Example Sentence: 
There is disquiet about animal testing among general public. 

8.CONSIDERABLE(ADJECTIVE): (पर्याप्त): sizeable 
Synonyms: substantial appreciable 
Antonyms: paltry 
Example Sentence: 
He is in a position of considerable influence. 

9. BAR (VERB): (रोकना):  prohibit 
Synonyms: debar, preclude 
Antonyms: admit 
Example Sentence: 
Journalists had been barred from covering the elections. 

10.CONTROVERSIAL(ADJECTIVE): (विवादास्पद): contentious 
Synonyms: disputed, contended 
Antonyms: uncontroversial
Example Sentence: 
The dispute continued to be controversial for year


974 07:59

#The Hindu daily vocabulary
Ideology- विचारधारा
Decay- सड़ना
Cascading- प्रपात की तरह गिरता हुआ
Palatial- आलीशान
Simmering- गुनगुनाहट
Eerily- अस्वाभाविक भयानकतापूर्ण ढंग से
Septuagenarian- सत्तर वर्ष की अवस्था का मनुष्य
Cache- गुप्त भंडार
Blow up- बढा चढा कर कहना
Robbery- डकैती
Personnel- कर्मचारी संबंधी
Ecstatic- अति आनंदित
Groan- कराहना
Numerous- बहुत से
Rejuvenation- कायाकल्प
Maul- आसानी से पराजित कर देना
Ammunition- युद्ध उपकरण/लड़ाई का सामान
Feat- कमाल, साहसिक कार्य
Defecation- मलत्याग
A herculean task- कठिन कार्य
Delicacy- नज़ाकत, कोमलता
Voluminous- घुमावदार, बहुत बड़ा
Expropriation- सम्पत्तिहरण, स्वामित्वहरण
Hubris- दर्प, घमंड
Allusions- उल्लेख
Laissez faire- अहस्त्क्षेप
Abjure- छोड़ देना
Agonizing - अत्यंत दुखदायी
Nudge- कुहनी से छूना
Clustered- गुच्छेदार

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🔰 Wednesday, 28 October 2020 🔰

●The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams.

1. IMMEDIATE (ADJECTIVE): (वर्तमान-संबंधी):  current
Synonyms: present, existing 
Antonyms: past 
Example Sentence: 
The immediate concern was how to avoid taxes. 

2.INCURSION(NOUN):(आक्रमण) : attack on 
Synonyms: assault on, raid on 
Antonyms: retreat 
Example Sentence: 
In case there is an incursion into our territories, we have to repel such attacks. 

3. PRECEDE (VERB): (पूर्व में होना):  lead up to 
Synonyms: pave the way for, set the scene for 
Antonyms: follow 
Example Sentence: 
A gun battle had preceded the explosions. 

4. VANITY (NOUN): (गुमान):  conceit 
Synonyms: self-conceit, narcissism 
Antonyms: modesty 
Example Sentence: 
It flattered his vanity to think I was in love with him. 

5. SPECIFIC (ADJECTIVE): (विशिष्ट):  particular 
Synonyms: specified, certain 
Antonyms: general 
Example Sentence: 
Huge savings were made to meet specific development needs. 

6.NURTURE (NOUN):(लालन-पालन) :  upbringing 
Synonyms: care, fostering 
Antonyms: nature 
Example Sentence: 
We are all what nature and nurture have made us. 

7. SEIZURE (NOUN): (अभिग्रहण):  confiscation 
Synonyms: impounding, commandeering 
Antonyms: restitution 
Example Sentence: 
Cowed by the bold seizure of the leaders, the states of Holland submitted. 

8. CONFIDE (VERB): (गुप्त रूप से बताना):  reveal 
Synonyms: disclose, divulge 
Antonyms: keep from 
Example Sentence: 
He confided his fears to his mother. 

9. INTENSIFY (VERB): (बढ़ाना):  escalate 
Synonyms: boost, increase 
Antonyms: lessen 
Example Sentence: 
Eventually, the dispute began to intensify. 

10. HARBOUR (VERB): (आश्रय देना):  shelter 
Synonyms: conceal, hide 
Antonyms: hand over 
Example Sentence: 
He was suspected of harbouring an escaped prisoner. 


1.0K 04:48

🔰 Thursday, 29 October 2020 🔰

●The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams.

1. ERSTWHILE (ADJECTIVE): (भूतपूर्व):  former
Synonyms: old, past
Antonyms: present
Example Sentence:
He fled to America with Gia Manek, an erstwhile friend of his wife's.

2. COHERENT (ADJECTIVE): (तार्किक):  logical
Synonyms: reasoned, reasonable
Antonyms: incoherent
Example Sentence:
They failed to develop a coherent economic strategy.

3. INTERMITTENT(ADJECTIVE): (रुक-रुक कर): sporadic
Synonyms: irregular, fitful
Antonyms: continuous
Example Sentence:
Shortly afterwards he fell ill of an intermittent fever, but seemed to recover.

4.FEAT (NOUN): (उपलब्धि):  achievement
Synonyms: accomplishment, attainment
Antonyms: failure
Example Sentence:
The new printing presses were considerable feats of engineering.

5. CHRONIC (ADJECTIVE): (बहुकालीन):  constant
Synonyms: continuing, continual
Antonyms: temporary
Example Sentence:
The schools seldom suffer from chronic overcrowding.

6. PROMPT (ADJECTIVE): (शीघ्र):  quick
Synonyms: swift, rapid
Antonyms: slow
Example Sentence:
She would have died but for the prompt action of two ambulancemen.

7. EXPOSED (ADJECTIVE): (भेद्य):  vulnerable
Synonyms: defenceless, undefended
Antonyms: defensible
Example Sentence:
The army's exposed right flank was under attack.

8. COGNIZANT (ADJECTIVE): (जानकार):  aware
Synonyms: conscious, apprised
Antonyms: ignorant
Example Sentence:
She must be cognizant of the political boundaries within which she works.

9. NOVEL (ADJECTIVE): (नया):  new
Synonyms: original, unusual
Antonyms: old
Example Sentence:
The disease was novel as it was unheard until it hit the nation.

10. ELITE (NOUN): (कुलीन): best
Synonyms: pick, cream
Antonyms: dregs
Example Sentence:
The elite of armed forces were invited. 


901 03:29

🔰 Friday, 30 October 2020 🔰

●The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams.

1.COMPREHENSIVE(ADJECTIVE): (व्यापक): inclusive
Synonyms: all-inclusive complete
Antonyms: partial
Example Sentence:
Her collection of photographs was anything but comprehensive.

2. RESCIND (VERB): (रद्द कर देना):  revoke
Synonyms: repeal, cancel
Antonyms: enforce
Example Sentence:
The government eventually rescinded the directive.

3. EXCEPTIONAL (ADJECTIVE): (असामान्य): unusual
Synonyms: uncommon, abnormal
Antonyms: usual
Example Sentence:
Late claims will only be accepted in exceptional circumstances.

4. RETALIATE (VERB): (प्रतिकार करना):  fight back
Synonyms: strike back, respond
Antonyms: turn the other cheek
Example Sentence:
The blow stung and she had retaliated immediately.

5. HARASS (VERB): (सताना):  pester
Synonyms: badger, hound
Antonyms: leave in peace
Example Sentence:
Being harassed at work can leave you feeling confused and helpless.

6. NORM (NOUN): (मानक):  standard
Synonyms: usual, normal
Antonyms: the exception
Example Sentence:
She scored well above the norm in math.

7. COMPASSION (NOUN): (दया):  pity
Synonyms: sympathy, feeling
Antonyms: indifference
Example Sentence:
The victims must be treated with compassion.

8. FLAG (VERB): (थकना): tire
Synonyms: weaken, falter
Antonyms: revive
Example Sentence:
If you begin to flag, there is an excellent cafe to revive you.

9. IMPAIR (VERB): (हानि पहुंचाना):  damage
Synonyms: harm, diminish
Antonyms: improve
Example Sentence:
A noisy job could permanently impair their hearing.

10. FLOUT (VERB): (अवज्ञा करना):  defy
Synonyms: go against, scorn
Antonyms: observe
Example Sentence:
The advertising code was being flouted.


735 04:21

🔰 Saturday, 31 October 2020 🔰

●The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams.

1. FASCINATING (ADJECTIVE): (चित्ताकर्षक):  engrossing 
Synonyms: captivating, absorbing 
Antonyms: boring 
Example Sentence: 
He was also the most fascinating person she'd ever spoken to. 

2. COUNTER (ADJECTIVE): (विरोध):  opposing 
Synonyms: opposed, opposite 
Antonyms: complementary 
Example Sentence: 
After years of argument and counter argument there is no conclusive answer. 

3. COMPLICATION (NOUN): (जटिल स्थिति): complexity 
Synonyms: difficulty, intricacy 
Antonyms: simplicity 
Example Sentence: 
To add further complication, English-speakers use a different name. 

4.UNPRECEDENTED(ADJECTIVE): (अभूतपूर्व):  unparalleled 
Synonyms: unequalled, unmatched 
Antonyms: normal 
Example Sentence: 
The preparations were made on an unprecedented scale. 

5. DELUGE (NOUN): (सैलाब करना):  barrage 
Synonyms: volley, flood 
Antonyms: trickle 
Example Sentence: 
We received a deluge of complaints. 

6. DILIGENCE (NOUN): (ईमानदारी):  conscientiousness 
Synonyms: assiduity, rigour 
Antonyms: laziness 
Example Sentence: 
Few party members challenge his diligence as an MP. 

7. ILLUSTRIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (शानदार):  eminent 
Synonyms: distinguished, acclaimed 
Antonyms: unknown 
Example Sentence: 
The family was illustrious and wealthy, and claimed descent from Constantine. 

8. AGGRESSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (आक्रामक): assertive 
Synonyms: forceful, competitive 
Antonyms: submissive 
Example Sentence: 
We needed more growth to pursue our aggressive acquisition strategy. 

9. PROPITIOUS (ADJECTIVE):(अनुकूल):  favourable 
Synonyms: auspicious, promising 
Antonyms: inauspicious 
Example Sentence: 
Finally, all things proved to be propitious. 

10. TRAGEDY (NOUN): (त्रासदी):  disaster 
Synonyms: calamity, catastrophe 
Antonyms: fortune 
Example Sentence: 
A tragedy arrived that killed 95 people.


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