As we all know that now a day’s in All Banking Exams and other competitive exams most of the English Sections were taken from Editorial pages. So it is essential to have a sound knowledge and understanding of English vocabulary. So here we are presenting you Vocabulary from “The Hindu”.
1.Belligerent(Adj): Unfriendly and agressive
synonyms-contentious, quarrelsome, bellicose
Use-she is always very belligerent towards her maid.
2.Aversion(N): an intense dislike
synonyms-animosity, distaste, antipathy
use-students have an aversion to getting up early.
use-he is incorrigible, not even the sternest punishment can make him mend his naughty habits.
4.Garrulous(Adj): wordy, very talkative
use-The lady I met at the garden was very garrulous.
use-I was feeling indolent to leave the comfort of my bed that sunday morning.
6.Meticulous(Adj): extremely careful
use-The work had been excecuted with meticulous attention.
7.Nonchalant(Adj): to appear calm
use-She appeared nonchalent when her father handed him the exam timetable.
8.Opprobrium(N): severe criticism
synonyms-castigation, vituperation, vilification
use-The government did not deserve the opprobrium heaped on it by public.
use-Jack accepted the criticisim with generosity.
10.Nudge(V): push slightly
use- A little nudge might bring students out of academic risk.