Saturday, 30 July 2016

Daily Wordlist for SBI Exam 2016

                  

1.Zest
Meaning: Enthusiasm,interest
Synonym:Excitement ,energy
Sentence: “ He approached every task with a boundless zest”

2.Abhor
Meaning: to dislike (someone or something) very much
 Synonym:Detest, abominate,loathe
Sentence: “abhors the way people leave their trash at the picnic sites in the park”

3.Rampage
Meaning: to act or move in a wild and usually destructive way
Synonym:Agitation,deliriousness, delirium  
Sentence: “Rioters rampaged through the streets of the city.”

4.Fallacy
Meaning:  a wrong belief : a false or mistaken idea,the quality of being false or wrong 
 Synonym: error, misbelief, falsity
Sentence: “the once-common fallacy that girls just weren't any good at math”

5.Regale
Meaning: to entertain sumptuously, to give pleasure or amusement to
 Synonym:disport,solace
Sentence:  “an inn that rightly regales its guests with five-course meals prepared by a master chef”

6.Semblance
Meaning: the state of being somewhat like something but not truly or fully the same thing
 Synonym:airs,charade,disguise
Sentence: “ a used-car dealer with only a semblance of honesty”

7.Clandestine
Meaning: done in a private place or way : done secretly
 Synonym:Furtive, surreptitious, hole &corner, hugger-mugger
Sentence:  “I took a clandestine peek at the price tag on the diamond necklace”

8.Wary
Meaning: not having or showing complete trust in someone or something that could be dangerous or cause trouble
 Synonym:gingerly, chary, guarded
Sentence: “Investors are increasingly wary about putting money into stocks.”

9.Niceties
Meaning: a small detail and especially one that is a part of polite or proper behavior
 Synonym:Datum , specific, point
Sentence: “The leader knows all the niceties of diplomatic protocol”

10.Trite
Meaning: not interesting or effective because of being used too often : not fresh or original
 Synonym:stereotype, cobwebby, timeworn
Sentence: “ That argument has become trite.”




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