Banking Pathway 2015: Daily Wordlist

Dear Readers,
Since several banking exams are lined up in upcoming months and vocabulary plays an important role to score 4- 5 marks within a few seconds, if you are memorizing words on the very daily basis. Here, we are providing you some words to help you to attain your goal.


1. Flabbergasted (V):- to shock or surprise (someone) very much.
Synonyms: astounded, stupefied, amaze. astonish, astound, stupefy, stun.
Uses: The burglar was flabbergasted when he broke into the house and found himself surrounded by police officers.

2. Flutter (V):- move along rapidly and lightly.
Synonyms: burst, flare, outburst, flash.
Uses: My eyelashes flutter when someone blows air into my face.

3. Fatuous (Adj):– Foolish or stupid.
Synonyms: silly, foolish, brainless,stupid.
Uses: Ignoring the avalanche warnings, the fatuous skiers continued on their course.

4. Exacerbate – to make more violent or intense.
Synonyms: aggravate, complicate, worsen.
Uses: A misconceived plan that only exacerbated the city's traffic problem.

5. Dissonance (N):– lack of harmony or agreement.
Synonyms: conflict, dis-accord, dissent, dissidence, in-harmony.
Uses: The dissonance between what we are told and what we see with our own eyes.

6. Serendipity (N):- luck that takes the form of finding valueable or plesant thingsthat are not looked for.
Synonyms: coincidence, happenstance.
Uses:  It is merely a serendipity that he found his lost brother in the fair.

7. Convalescence (V) – the gradual return to health after illness.
Synonyms: recuperate, recover, recoup, come back.
Uses: The long months that the soldire spent in the hospital slowly convalescing.

8. Whimsical (Adj):- Unusual in a playful or amusing way; not serious.
Synonyms: Capricious, freakish, impulsive.
Uses: Its hard to make plans with such a whimsical friend.

9. Envious (Adj):– Feeling or showing a desire to have what someone else has: feeling or showing envy.
Synonyms: covetous, invidious, green-eyed, jaundiced.
Uses: In Game of Thrones, queen Cersi was being envious of growing powers of Tywin Lannisters.

10. inducement(N):- Something that gives you a reason for doing somethingand makes you want  to do it.
Synonyms: motivation, incentive, encouragement, boost, goad.
Uses: India must not live in the hope that Muslims in the country will not fall a victim to such inducements.

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