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Vocab 22
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Vijendra Singh
Teaching at Sanctum English Jaipur for three and half years. 600 selections so far in SSC & Bank exams. SUTRA - Read write read write .....

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Vijendra Singh
8 months ago
  1. Vocab for SSC/Bank Vijendra

  2. Menia.l adjective Not skilled or important and often boring or badly paid Degrading Demeaning . Servile . Subservient .Boring Low .Routine . Humdrum .Menial tasks like cleaning the floor

  3. Coalesce Verb To come together to form one larger group, substance etc Blend Mix Unite Incorporate Merge Integrate Fuse Amalgamate The puddles had coalesced into a small stream.

  4. Archetype Noun Perfect example Model Standard Epitome Paradigm Quintessence ideal She is the archetype of an American movie star.

  5. Deluge Noun Flood Flood Downpour Inundation .When the snow melts, the mountain stream becomes a deluge. We have been deluged with application of jobs.

  6. Devout Adjectivee Believing strongly in a religion and obeying its laws and practices Pious .Reverent .Fervent . Dedicated Wholehearted .She devoutly hoped he was telling the truth.

  7. Farcical Adjective Ridiculous and not worth taking seriously . Absurd . Ludicrous Stupid Preposterous Silly It was a farcical trial

  8. Morose Adjective Gloomy . Somber . Grim Sulky . Surly . Melancholic .Sullen She just sat there looking morose. He was staring morosely out of the window. .

  9. Surmise Verb To guess or suppose .Conjecture .Speculate . Deduce . Presume . infer From the looks on their faces, I surmised that they had had an argument. .

  10. Incantation Noun Special words that are spoken to have a magic . Chant . Charm Invocation Abracadabra Magic formula

  11. Quibbling Verb To argue or complain about a small matter Niggling Caviling Ambiguous . Carping .Equivocating .The only quibble about this book is the lack of colour illustrations . It isn't worth quibbling over such a small amount.

  12. scintillating adiective very clever, amusing and interesting .brilliant .dazzling exciting . stimulating lively invigorating a scintillating performance Statistics on unemployment levels hardly make for scintillating reading .

  13. Welt Noun A raised mark on the skin where sth has hit or rubbed you Weal . Sca Mark Ridge Contusion

  14. accrue verb to increase over a period of time * increase .mount (up) . be added collect amass accumulate augment Interest will accrue if you keep your money in a savings account.

  15. adorn verb to make more attractive by decorating decorate ornament garnish embellish Gold rings adorned his fingers. ' gild . Graffiti adorned the walls .The children adorned themselves with flowers.

  16. Inception Noun The Start of an institution, an organization etc Inauguration Initiation . Opening Dawn .Start .Birth .Origin Rise The club has grown rapidly since its inception in 2007. .

  17. Palpitate Verb To beat rapidly and in an irregular way . Tremble .Vibrate Shake Beat Pulse .Flutter . He was aware of his palpitating heart Her heart was palpitating wildly.

  18. Renounce Verb Give up; disown Abandon . Relinquish . Surrender Waive . Discard Shun . Repudiate Will Charles renounce the throne in favour of his son? .He had renounced his former associates