Saturday, 20 August 2016

Daily Wordlist for RBI/IBPS Exam 2016

Meaning: having or showing a lack of excitement or interest in something especially because it  
is very familiar
Synonyms: worldly-wise, sophisticated
Sentence: blasé travelers who claimed to have been everywhere.

Meaning: the practice of causing or allowing a situation to become extremely dangerous in order to get the results that you want
Synonyms: malpractices
Sentence: two nations caught up in nuclear brinksmanship

Meaning: Act of inducing someone. 
Synonyms: arm-twisting, constraint
Sentence: a promise obtained by coercion is never binding

Meaning: a hard strike with a part of the body or an instrument
Synonyms: bang, dab
Sentence: gave him a sharp fillip on the noggin with her teakettle

5.Reels Under
Meaning: to stagger under the weight of something
Synonyms: Suffer
Sentence: Tony reeled under the weight of the books. 

Meaning: the responsibility for something
Synonyms: blot, stain
Sentence: he perpetually tries to shift the onus for any mistakes onto other team members

Meaning: something that one uses to accomplish an end especially when the usual means is not  
Synonyms: expedient, resource
Sentence: a toddler quickly learns that a tantrum is a surefire recourse when a polite request  
for something is met with parental indifference

Meaning: extreme patriotism
Synonyms: chauvinism, xenophobia
Sentence: the popular jingoism that swept the lower–middle classes

9.Wriggle out
Meaning: to wiggle and squeeze out of something or some place
Synonyms: Manage to avoid from doing it. 
Sentence: Don't try to wriggle out of this. I won't let you wriggle out this time.

Meaning: adopt or support (a cause, belief, or way of life).
Synonyms: embrace, welcome
Sentence: Edward had espoused the lady Grey

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