Daily Vocabulary: 16th August 2019

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Fear learning vocab? Make it easy to learn as Vocabulary is the predominant of the English section. Every exam whether SBI or IBPS, Vocabulary has become the central part of the section. Questions asked in the exam can be based on the vocabulary. Also, it is the base of English writing and speaking that creates an authentic and expressive aura around the person that puts this into practice. These important words are helpful and will help you in all sorts of exam and while appearing for the interview. Using the right sets of the word can change the course of conversation make your presence effective and can make you stand out in the crowd. In short, it is the key part of English ability. Practice with the words of vocabulary from The Hindueditorial to perform well in the upcoming exams. Make a habit of reading new words provided on bankersadda. 


HAUGHTY(adjective) : घमंडी 
Meaning: having a feeling of superiority that shows itself in an overbearing attitude
Synonyms: cavalier, pompous
Antonyms: modest, humble
Usage: They were displeased with her haughty airs.


GRISLY (Adjective) : भयानक
Meaning: causing horror or disgust.
Synonyms: gruesome, ghastly, frightful, horrid,
Antonyms: pleasant, attractive
Usage: Many massacres in history fade while some linger as grisly curiosities.

SPLURGE (verb)  : शेख़ी, दिखावा करना 
Meaning: to spend extravagantly or ostentatiously.
Synonyms: squander, fling, dissipate, disburse.
Antonyms: accumulate, hoard, conserve, preserve.
Usage: I feel like splurging on a new dress.



 NIMBLY (Adjective) : दक्षतापूर्वक 
Meaning: having or showing quickness of mind
Synonym: alert, brainy, bright, brilliant, clever
Antonym:  dim-witted, doltish, dopey (also dopy), dorky [slang], dull,

Usage: Her nimble fingers make knitting look so easy

INVIGORATE (Verb) : सबल बनाना 
Meaning: to give life, vigor, or spirit to
Synonym: amp (up), animate, brace, energize, enliven, fillip, fire
Antonym: damp, dampen, deaden, dull, kill
Usage: The fresh air and sunshine invigorated the children after a long winter indoors.
COY(Adjective) : विनीत 
Meaning: intentionally keeping something secret
Synonyms: bashful, timid
Antonyms: forward, unshy
Usage: She gave me a coy look from under her schoolgirl’s fringe.
DERISIVE(adjective) : व्यंग्यात्मक
Meaning: mocking and ridiculing
Synonyms: cheeky, scornful
Antonyms: polite, respectful
Usage: The bully let out a derisive laugh when mocking his classmate’s nerdy glasses.

COGNIZANCE(noun) : संज्ञान 
Meaning: To take notice of and consider something, especially when judging
Synonyms: Awareness, Familiarity
Antonyms: Unfamiliar, Ignorance
Usage: The lawyer asked the jury to take cognizance of the defendant’s generosity in giving to charity.
AGGRIEVE(adjective) : पीड़ा देना
Meaning: To make someone unhappy and angry
Synonyms: Offend, Hurt
Antonyms: Please, Praise
Usage:  They were aggrieved by the continued chiefly control over land.