Vocabulary for IBPS and Other Bank Exam 2016

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Meaning: likely to cause people to argue or disagree
Synonym: belligerent, bellicose
Sentence: After a contentious debate, members of the committee finally voted to approve the funding.

Meaning: very angry
Synonym: angered, apoplectic
Sentence: Irate viewers called the television network to complain about the show.

Meaning: to make (someone) afraid
Synonym: bully
Sentence: He tries to intimidate his opponents.

Meaning: having an odd and amusing quality
Synonym: antic, chuckle some
Sentence: a book of droll stories

Meaning: to persuade (someone) to do something in a clever or deceptive way
Synonym: lure, entice
Sentence: She inveigled him to write the letter.

Meaning: destruction or slaughter on a mass scale, especially caused by fire or nuclear war.
Synonyms: cataclysm, catastrophe
Sentence: “There were fears of a nuclear holocaust.”

Meaning: be of the same opinion
Synonyms: be in accord, agree
Sentence: “ I concur with your assessment of the political situation”

Meaning: quell the anger, agitation, or excitement of.
Synonyms: tranquilize, quieten
Sentence: "he had to pacify angry spectators"

Meaning: a dominant or recurring idea in an artistic work.
Synonyms: theme , idea
Sentence: "superstition is a recurring motif in the book"

Meaning: annoyingly insensitive or slow to understand.
Synonyms: not sharp, blunt
Sentence: "he wondered if the doctor was being deliberately obtuse"


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