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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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JYOTI NAYAL
7 months ago
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thanks alot sir, awesome collection of words.
  1. Vocab for SSC/Bank Vijendra


  2. Repudiate Verb Reject, disown Denounce, Discard . Abandon . Disclaim Desert .Forsake Socialism had been repudiated at the polls. To repudiate a report. .


  3. Teem with sth Phrasal verb To be full of people, animals etc moving around .Swarm .Bristle . Be full Abound Overflow The streets were teeming with tourists. A river teeming with fish.


  4. dormant adjective inactive inert e resting slumbering latent Fallow During the winter the seeds lie dormant in the soil. Dormant reality sector .


  5. redundant adjective not needed or useful superfluous surplus, . excess, unnecessary unemployed, out of work, .Jobless .- The picture has too much redundant detail .- There is a lot of redundant information that you could cut out here.


  6. valiant adjective very brave or determined courageous .gallant .fearless . intrepid . dauntless audacious lion-hearted . Indomitable Valiant warriors She made a valiant attempt not to laugh. .


  7. proscribe verb to say officially that sth is banned . forbid . prohibit barn . bar banish exclude Disallow Membership of any proscribed organization is a serious matter. Officials promptly proscribed the procedure .


  8. alienate verb to make sb feel that they do not belong in a particular group cut off separate estrange set against . Antagonize Very talented children mav feel alienated from others in their class The new policy resulted in the alienation of many voters. .


  9. revere verb to feel great respect or admiration for sb/sthh ' respect admire honour think highly of Venerate Her name is revered in India, Bhagat Singh is revered as a national hero.


  10. stealthy adjective doing thing quietly or secretly surreptitious covert furtive Clandestine She crept stealthily along the corridor.


  11. gullible adjective na ve credulous . trusting ingenuous . easily deceived 'green . innocent wet behind the ears .The advertisement is aimed at gullible young women worried about their weight


  12. cop1ous adjective in large amounts abundant . plentiful . profuse full ample . numerous bags of She supports her theory with copious evidence. I took copious notes.


  13. raucouS adjective sounding loud and rough screeching ear-piercing noisy loud Jarring .They grew more and more raucous as the evening went on. A group oi raucous young men


  14. nominal adjective very small tokern trivial small tiny . symbolic in name only, titular, supposed, professed .We only pay a nominal rent. . We make a nominal charge for use of the tennis courts.


  15. Morose Adjective Unhappy Gloomy Somber . Sullen Grim Mournful Melancholic She just sat there looking morose. He was staring morosely out of the window.


  16. jettison verb 1. to throw sth out 2. to get rid of sth Discard Throw away Get rid of Abandon Unload Eject Expel He was jettisoned as team coach after the defeat.


  17. jettison verb 1. to throw sth out 2. to get rid of sth Discard Throw away Get rid of Abandon Unload Eject Expel He was jettisoned as team coach after the defeat.


  18. jettison verb 1. to throw sth out 2. to get rid of sth Discard Throw away Get rid of Abandon Unload Eject Expel He was jettisoned as team coach after the defeat.


  19. jettison verb 1. to throw sth out 2. to get rid of sth Discard Throw away Get rid of Abandon Unload Eject Expel He was jettisoned as team coach after the defeat.