Daily Wordlist for SBI Exam

1.Redundant: Repeating something else and therefore unnecessary
Synonym: excess, extra, spare, supererogatory, superfluous,
Sentence: He edited the paper and removed any redundant information or statements.

2.Cajole: To persuade someone to do something or to give you something by making promises or saying nice things
Synonym: sweet-talk, coax
sentence: He cajoled me into accompanying him.

3.Brazen: Acting or done in a very open and shocking way without shame or embarrassment
Synonym: audacious, bold, bold-faced, brash,
sentence:He exhibited a brazen disregard for other people's feelings.

4.Harbinger:something that shows what is coming
Synonym:angel, forerunner, herald, precursor
sentence:her father's successful job interview was seen as a harbinger of better times to come

5.Parochial: of or relating to a church parish and the area around it. limited to only the things that affect your local area
Synonym: illiberal, Lilliputian, little, narrow-minded,
sentence:voters worried about their own parochial concerns.

6.Sanguine: confident and hopeful, eager for or marked by the shedding of blood, extreme violence, or killing 
Synonym: bloody-minded, homicidal, murdering,
sentence: the Civil War remains America's most sanguine conflict

7.Egalitarian: aiming for equal wealth, status, etc., for all people
Synonym:democrat, leveler 
sentence:egalitarian policies for the redistribution of wealth

8.Gregarious:enjoying the company of other people
Synonym: companionable, extroverted,outgoing, sociable,
sentence: She is outgoing and gregarious.

9.Enigma: someone or something that is difficult to understand or explain
Synonym: conundrum, mystery,
sentence:To his friends, he was always something of an enigma.

10.Lecherous:having or showing an excessive or disgusting interest in sex
Synonym: lascivious, lustful, lewd,
sentence: most of the male patrons at the bar appeared to be lecherous conventioneers looking for some action

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