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Vocab 32
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1.conjecture 2. Surmise 3. Clemency 4. Hew 5.illustrious 6.espouse 7.genial 8. Harmony 9.imbibe 10.assimilitate

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  1. Vocab for SSC/Bank Vijendra

  2. Conjecture Noun guess Speculation Theory Hypothesis Fancy Notion Surmise Extrapolation The truth of his conjecture was confirmed by the newspaper report.

  3. Clemency Noun Mercy Mercy Compassion Magnanimity Soft-heartedness His lawyers appealed for clemency on the grounds of ill health

  4. ESDOuse Verb To give your support to a belief Support Back up for Advocate Embrace Patronize The espoused the notion of equal opportunity for all in education

  5. Exodus Noun A situation in which many people leave a place at the same time Mass departure Mass evacuation Migration Leaving The film was so awful that there was a general exodus from the theatre at the interva

  6. Genial Adjective Friendly and cheerful Affable Amiable Convivial Cordial Jovial Her mother was quite genial.

  7. Harmony Noun A state of peaceful existence and agreement Unity Peace Like - mindedness Understanding Co - operation They try to foster harmony between different groups of people.

  8. Hew Verb To cut sth large with a tool Shape Make Carve Chisel The statues were hewed out of solid rock

  9. Illustrious Adjective Very famous and much admired Eminent Distinguished Acclaimed Renowned Noted Prominent Famous The composer was one of many illustrious visitors to the town

  10. Imbibe Verb To absorb something, especially information Absorb Take in Assimilate Soak up Acquire He imbibed elements of oriental mysticism from the years he spent in India.

  11. Parochial Adjective Only concerned with small issues Petty Small minded Inward looking Blinkered Small town Confined need to be better informed and less parochial in their inking

  12. Bolsteir Verb To improve sth Boost Assist Aid Firm up Revitalize Invigorate Augment Falling interest rates may help to bolster up the economy

  13. modicum noun a fairly small amount, especially of sth good or pleasant little fragment atom pinch iota They should win, given a modicum of luck.

  14. prolific adjective producing many works productive fertile profuse copiousS abundant fecund luxuriant Picasso was extremely prolific during his cubist years.

  15. Augment Verb To increase the amount, value, size etc. of sth Amplify Magnify Increase Strengthen Make greater Add to He wrote magazine articles in order to augment his income.

  16. Apathy Noun The feeling of not being interested about something Indifference Lack of interest Lack of concern Coldness Languor Insensibility Uninterestedness There is widespread apathy among the electorate. Public/political/student apathy.