English Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams

1. DISCLOSURE (NOUN): (प्रकटीकरण):  revelation
Synonyms: divulgence, declaration
Antonyms: concealment
Example Sentence:
A judge ordered the disclosure of the government documents.

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

3. SANCTIFY (VERB): (शुद्ध करना):  consecrate
Synonyms: bless, ordain
Antonyms: deconsecrate
Example Sentence:
He was consecrated bishop of York.

4. FURNISH (VERB): (प्रस्तुत):  supply
Synonyms: equip, provide
Antonyms: divest
Example Sentence:
Fish furnish an important source of protein.

5.INCONSPICUOUS(ADJECTIVE): (अगोचर): unnoticeable
Synonyms: unobtrusive, unremarkable
Antonyms: conspicuous, noticeable
Example Sentence:
That was an inconspicuous red-brick building.

6. ADHERE (VERB): (पालन ​​करना):  abide by
Synonyms: stick to, hold to
Antonyms: flout, ignore
Example Sentence:
All drivers must adhere to speed limits.

7. CONTEND (VERB): (संघर्ष करना): face
Synonyms: cope with, grapple with
Antonyms: surrender, allow
Example Sentence:
She had to contend with his uncertain temper.

8. VINDICATE (VERB): (साबित कर देना):  justify
Synonyms: warrant, substantiate
Antonyms: disprove
Example Sentence:
More sober views were vindicated by events.

9. STAMPEDE (NOUN): (भगदड़):  panic
Synonyms: rush, flight
Antonyms: retreat, standing
Example Sentence:
The herd was fleeing back to the high land in a wild stampede.

10. DISCOURSE (NOUN): (बातचीत):  discussion
Synonyms: conversation, talk
Antonyms: silence
Example Sentence:
They understand the language of political discourse only.