Vocabulary for Defence Exams Day 4

Vocabulary for Defence Exams

Dear Students,
Vocabulary plays an important role in building confidence over English section for Defence exams as Vocabulary is the key player. The Hindu Vocabulary, the most useful Vocabulary words from The Hindu Editorial section. English section in every Defence exam has a few questions based on Vocabulary. Here we provide daily 10 words to build your Vocab Power and help you gain good marks in this section.
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1. Preposterous (adj): Very silly or stupid. (बेतुका, असंगत)
Synonyms: Ludicrous, Farcical, Asinine, Inane
Antonyms: Reasonable, Sensible, Logical
Example: Your idea is preposterous.

2. Furtively (adverb): Done or acting secretly and quietly. (गुप्त रूप से)
Synonyms : Surreptitiously , Slyly, Covertly, Clandestinely
Antonyms: Overtly, Publicly, Openly
Example: I furtively glanced over at my father to see his reaction.

3. Inordinate (noun): Much more than usual or expected. (अत्यधिक)
Synonyms: Exorbitant, Excessive, Plethoric, Immoderate
Antonyms: Deficient, Inadequate, Insufficient, Minimal
Example: They have inordinate number of pets.

4. Incendiary (adj): Designed to cause fires. (आग लगानेवाला)
Synonyms: Combustible, Immolator, Arsonist, Pyromaniac
Example: Five incendiary devices were found in her house.

5. Debilitating (adj): Tending to weaken or enfeeble. (कमजोरी लाने वाली)
Synonyms: Enervating, Crippling, Incapacitating, Prostrating
Antonyms: Invigorating, Rejuvenating, Vitalizing
Example: She is suffering from debilitating back pain.

6. Usurpation (noun): The act of taking control of something without having the right to, especially of a position of power: (हड़प लेना, हथिया लेना)
Synonyms: Encroachment, Infringement, Seizure, Appropriation
Antonyms: Release, Liberation
Example: There are still those who regard the move as an unconstitutional usurpation of private property.

7. Prominent (adj): Very noticeable, important, or famous. (प्रसिद्ध, प्रख्यात)
Synonyms: Salient, Renowned, Notorious, Eminent
Antonyms: Anonymous, Nameless, Obscure
Example: She was a prominent member of the city council

8. Ardently (adverb): Very enthusiastically or passionately. (जोशीला रूप से)
Synonyms: Fervently, Zealously, Intensely , Excitedly
Antonyms: Unwillingly, Grudgingly, Dispassionately
Example: She ardently supported the cause.

9. Shun (verb): To avoid or refuse to accept someone or something: (दूर करना, त्यागना)
Synonyms: Avoid, Evade, Eschew, Spurn
Antonyms: Accept, Court, Embrace, Pursue
Example: She shunned publicity after she retired from the stage.
Related: Shunned, Shunned

10. Exacerbate (verb): Make (a problem, bad situation, or negative feeling) worse. (बिगड़ी हुई को और बिगाड़ना)
Synonyms: Exasperate, Aggravate, Complicate, Worsen
Antonyms: Ameliorate, Allay, Alleviate, Assuage
Example: The new law only exacerbates the problem.
Related: Exacerbated, Exacerbated

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