Daily Wordlist for SBI Exam

1. Forlorn: lonely and miserable
Synonym: blue, brokenhearted, cast down,
Usage:The forlorn man was so sad he thought about killing himself.

2.Exhilarate: To make an individual extremely happy
Synonym: electrify, excite, thrill
Usage: According to the author, the purpose of the novel is to exhilarate readers and leave them with happy thoughts.

3.Farcical: Bizarre or outlandish
Synonym: funny, hilarious
Usage: As we watched the farcical film, we could not help but laugh at the antics of the three comedians.

4.Expatriate: an individual who does not reside in his native nation or birthplace
Synonym: deportee, evacuee, exile
Usage: My uncle is an expatriate who left the country of his birth to live in France.

5.Endowed: To furnish freely or naturally with some power, quality, or attribut
Synonym: favor, gift, invest
Usage: Women tended to ignore RamLal because he wasn’t endowed with the same good looks as his brother.

6.Debilitate: To diminish the physical strength of
Synonym: weaken, devitalize, enervate, enfeeble
Usage: Cancer can quickly debilitate an otherwise healthy person.

7.Clemency: A decision not to punish someone severely
Synonym: mercy, forbearance, lenience
Usage: Because that man killed five little kids, I hope the judge grants him no clemency and sentences him to death.

8.Burgeon: To grow and expand rapidly 
Synonym: accelerate, accumulate, appreciate,
Usage: As car prices go down, car dealers are expecting sales to burgeon

9.Bourgeois: Characteristic of the social middle class or relating to one who likes to put on airs
Synonym: conservative, materialistic, middle-class
Usage:The prince’s fiancĂ©e was looked down upon because of her bourgeois upbringing

10.Acrimonious: Angry in tone; bitter
Synonym: acrid, bitter,
Usage: Your acrimonious arguments about religion only sever friendships.