Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams

🔰 Friday, 10 July 2020 🔰

1. VIOLENT (ADJECTIVE): (हिंसक):  brutal 
Synonyms: vicious, savage 
Antonyms: gentle 
Example Sentence: 
They had to face a violent confrontation with riot police. 

2. OBSCURE (ADJECTIVE): (अस्पष्ट):  obscure 
Synonyms: unclear, dense 
Antonyms: limpid 
Example Sentence: 
It was nothing but technical jargon that was opaque to her. 

3. ALARMING (ADJECTIVE): (भयप्रद):  worrying 
Synonyms: disturbing, frightening 
Antonyms: reassuring 
Example Sentence: 
Our countryside is disappearing at an alarming rate. 

4. DEFECTION (NOUN): (परित्याग):  desertion 
Synonyms: absconding, decamping 
Antonyms: joining 
Example Sentence: 
His defection from the Labour Party was really shocking. 

5. EMACIATION (NOUN): (दुर्बलता):  thinness 
Synonyms: starvation, underfeeding 
Antonyms: obesity 
Example Sentence: 
He was thin to the point of emaciation. 

6.COMPREHENSIVE(ADJECTIVE): (व्यापक): inclusive 
Synonyms: all-inclusive, complete 
Antonyms: partial 
Example Sentence: 
I own a comprehensive collection of vivid photographs. 

7. PAINSTAKING (ADJECTIVE): (श्रमसाध्य):  careful 
Synonyms: meticulous, thorough 
Antonyms: careless 
Example Sentence: 
He gave painstaking attention to detail. 

8. FUTILE (ADJECTIVE): (निष्फल):  fruitless 
Synonyms: vain, pointless 
Antonyms: useful 
Example Sentence: 
A futile attempt was made to keep fans from mounting the stage. 

9. DECEPTION (NOUN): (धोखा):  deceit 
Synonyms: duplicity, double-dealing 
Antonyms: guilelessness 
Example Sentence: 
I dealt with a range of petty deceptions. 

10. LONE (ADJECTIVE): (एकाकी):  deserted 
Synonyms: uninhabited, unfrequented 
Antonyms: populous 
Example Sentence: 
She live in a house in lone rural settings