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Vocabulary for Defence Exams Day 5

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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. Concerted (adj.): Jointly arranged or carried out. (सम्मिलित, संगठित)
Synonyms: Cooperative, Collaborative, Conjunctive, Unified
Antonyms: Separate, Solitary, Unilateral, Individual
Example: The richer countries of the world should take concerted action to help the poorer countries.

2. Fragile (adj.): Easily broken or damaged. (नाज़ुक)
Synonyms: Frangible, Flimsy, Infirm, Brittle,
Antonyms: Sturdy, Robust, Infrangible, Unbreakable
Example: The toys were so fragile my dog destroyed them within minutes.

3. Disavowal (noun): The denial of any responsibility or support for something. (इनकार, अस्वीकार)
Synonyms: Repudiation, Renunciation, Recantation, Disclaimer
Antonyms: Acknowledgement, Acceptance, Concede, Confirmation
Example: A public disavowal of his beliefs.
Related: Bludgeoned, Bludgeoned

4. Churlish (adj.): Rude in a mean-spirited and surly way. (अक्खड़)
Synonyms: Boorish, Uncouth, Truculent, Surly
Antonyms: Sophisticated, Courtly, Genteel, Courteous, Polite
Example: It would be churlish not to congratulate him.

5. Circumvent (verb): To avoid something, especially cleverly or illegally. (दरकिनार)
Synonyms: Parry, Eschew, Elude, Evade
Antonyms: Confront, Face, Meet
Example: The burglar tried to find a way to circumvent the alarm system..
Related: Circumvented, Circumvented

6. Foster (verb): Encourage the development of (something). (प्रोत्साहन देना, बढ़ावा देना)
Synonyms: Cultivate, Encourage, Incubate, Nourish, Promote
Antonyms: Discourage, Frustrate, Hinder, Inhibit
Example: I’m trying to foster an interest in classical music in my children.
Related: Fostered, Fostered

7. Ceasefire (noun): A temporary suspension of fighting. (युद्धविराम)
Synonyms: Armistice, Truce, Detente, Moratorium
Antonyms: War, Combat, Continuation, Persistence
Example: The two armies declared a cease-fire for the holiday.

8. Bustling (adj.): If a place is bustling, it is full of busy activity. (हलचल का)
Synonyms: Humming, Kinetic, Lively, Stirring, Vibrant
Antonyms: Asleep, Dead, Inactive, Lifeless
Example: This used to be a bustling town but a lot of people have moved away over recent years!

9. Envisage (verb): To imagine or to form a mental picture of. (परिकल्पना करना, विचार करना)
Synonyms: Contemplate, Imagine, Conceive, Visualize, Envision
Example: Iʼm trying to envisage you in a suit.
Related: Envisage, Envisage

10. Insurgent (noun): A person fighting against a government or invading force. (विद्रोही, बाग़ी)
Synonyms: Insurrectionist, Rebel, Seditious, Guerrilla, Revolutionary
Antonyms: Patriot, Loyalist, Supporter, Obedient
Example: The soldiers were trained to shoot any enemy insurgent on sight.

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