Vocabulary for Defence Exams Day 10
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1. Blasphemy (noun): An act of great disrespect shown to God or to sacred ideas, people, or things. (ईश्वर निन्दा)
Synonyms: Desecration, Impiety, Despoliation, Profanation, Sacrilege
Antonyms: Adoration, Glorification, Worship, Veneration
Example: When Jake made a joke in church, his mother accused him of blasphemy.
2. Expediency (noun): The quality of being convenient and practical despite possibly being improper or immoral. (सुविधा, योग्यता, उपयोगिता)
Synonyms: Convenience, Suitability, Usefulness, Appropriateness
Antonyms: Imprudence, Inappropriateness, Injudiciousness, Unsuitability
Example: I think this government operates on the basis of expediency, not of principle.
3. Coercive (adj): Relating to or using force or threats. (बलपूर्वक)
Synonyms: Compelling, Peremptory, Compulsive, Tyrannical, Intimidating
Antonyms: Convincing, Persuasive, Gentle
Example: The president relied on the coercive powers of the military.
4. Spate (noun): A large number of similar things coming in quick succession. (बड़ी संख्या में वस्तुएं, बौछाड़)
Synonyms: Flood, Alluvion, Plenitude, Gush, Series
Antonyms: Trace, Smidgen, Glimmer
Example: The recent spate of attacks on sheep by leopard.
5. Analogue (noun): A person or thing seen as comparable to another. (अनुरूप)
Synonyms: Parallel, Match, Equivalent, Correlative
Antonyms: Difference, Mismatch
Example: The gill of a fish is the analogue of the lung of a cat.
6. Decree (verb): To officially decide or order that something must happen: (आदेश देना, निर्णय करना)
Synonyms: Ordain, Enjoin, Edict, Mandate
Antonyms: Request, Suggest, Petition, Plea
Example: After the earthquake, the government decreed that all new buildings must be built according to the new standards.
Related: Decreed, Decreed
7. Discourse (noun): Written or spoken communication or debate. (संवाद, बातचीत)
Synonyms: Discussion, Conversation, Dialogue, Conference, Debate
Example: Stranded on the deserted island, the castaway longed for discourse with another human being.
8. Gist (adj): The substance or general meaning of a speech or text. (सार, तात्पर्य)
Synonyms: Synopsis, Summary, Crux, Essence, Core, Pith
Antonyms: Exteriority, Surface, Outside, Meaninglessness
Example: Because Ken told his story in a confusing way, I could not get the gist of it.
9. Barbarism (noun): Extreme cruelty or brutality. (बर्बरता, जंगलीपना)
Synonyms: Enormity, Impropriety, Ferocity, Truculence
Antonyms: Benignity, Compassion, Humaneness, Sympathy
Example: We do not ask for the death penalty: barbarism must not be met with barbarism.
10. Parity (noun): The state or condition of being equal, especially as regards status or pay. (बराबरी, समानता)
Synonyms: Par, Sameness, Similitude, Identicalness
Antonyms: Difference, Discrepancy, Disparateness, Distinction, Diversity
Example: Firefighters are demanding pay parity with police.
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