“The Hindu Vocabulary” For All Competitive Exams
In this world of competitive exams, ‘Vocabulary’ takes a vital role in every exam. Several banking and Government exams like PO, Clerk, IBPS RRB, CGL, CHSL, State Level exams, Other Exams etc. Free Job News Alert Team provides you 10 new words in The Hindu Vocabulary analysis on the daily basis which will benefit you not only in upcoming examinations but also to improve English writing skill. We have mentioned the important words with the meaning, synonyms and antonyms along with the example to give a clear concept about the words. We Know in English Part the vocabulary mostly comes from THE HINDU Newspapers in the competitive exams. Therefore it is very important to read and memories. You can give online test your vocabulary and evaluate your preparation of your respective exams.
IMPECUNIOUS(ADJECTIVE): having little or no money:
Synonyms: penniless, penurious
Antonyms: wealthy, affluent
Back in the eighties he was an
impecunious, would-be racing driver.
Synonyms: aplomb, coolness
Antonyms: agitation, anxiety
His imperturbability always had the effect
of a goad upon his father’s temper.
MERETRICIOUS (ADJECTIVE):gaudy, flashy:
Synonyms: garish, loud
Antonyms: genuine, real
He believes in living a meretricious life.
AUGURY (NOUN): omen:
Synonyms: auspice, harbinger
Antonyms: short-sighted, assurance
This incident of his infancy was accepted as an augury of his maturity, and he did not belie it.
GLIB (ADJECTIVE): slick, smoothtalking:
Synonyms: artful, facile
Antonyms: stuttering, inarticulate
She advises women with similar issues not to settle for glib explanations.
OSTRACISM (NOUN): banishment:
Synonyms: avoidance, boycott
Antonyms: acceptance, allowance
Only cruel teachers can follow ostracism and ill-treat their children.
REPINE (VERB): complain:
Synonyms: grumble, lament
Antonyms: appreciate, praise
She likes to repine about her colleagues.
FEINT (NOUN): pretense:
Synonyms: ruse, bluff
Antonyms: honesty, truth
She pretended to be making great efforts to cope up with the course but it was merely a feint.
INURE (VERB): accustom:
Synonyms: familiarize, habituate
Antonyms: neglect, soften
Poverty has inured them living in slums.
RECONDITE (ADJECTIVE): mysterious, obscure:
Synonyms: arcane, cabalistic
Antonyms: simple, straightforward
How else to explain the popularity of a novel so free of plot, so obsessed with existential rumination and recondite philosophy?