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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.DISSUADE (VERB): take our of
Synonyms: deter, divert
Antonyms: aid, assist
The man was about to attempt to dissuade her.
2. FAZE (VERB): embarrass
Synonyms: annoy, appall
Antonyms: delight, explain
Do you have any other work except fazing him.
3. BOGGLE (VERB): astonish
Synonyms: startle, amaze
Antonyms: expect, hope
When Swami Vivekananda started speaking about India, everyone was boggled.
4. SHREWD (ADJECTIVE): clever
Synonyms: astute, cagey
Antonyms: blunt, dull
Rahul is a shrewd person.
5. TRUSTWORTHY (ADJECTIVE): reliable
Synonyms: accurate, authentic
Antonyms: doubtful, false
My friend Puneet is a trustworthy person.
6. BRASSY (ADJECTIVE): vulgar
Synonyms: blaring, bold
Antonyms: afraid, fearful
This is totally brassy.
7. FLASHY (ADJECTIVE): flamboyant
Synonyms: garish gaudy
Antonyms: drab, modest
She was a large, flashy woman, wearing a quantity of cheap jewelry.
8. SUBDUED (ADJECTIVE): quiet
Synonyms: hushed, mellow
Antonyms: cheerful, happy
Subdued nature of my friend.
9. VERACIOUS (ADJECTIVE): true
Synonyms: credible, factual
Antonyms: untrue, false
His autobiography is totally veracious.
10. WILY (ADJECTIVE): crafty, clever
Synonyms: crooked, shifty
Antonyms: frank, honest
He is too wily that he can’t be deceived.
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