Daily Vocabulary: 18th January 2020

Daily Vocabulary list: Practice with the daily new words for the upcoming banking examinations like SBI, RBI and IBPS. The words you choose will accelerate you in the correct path towards success and we hope that this article serves the purpose.

Word: Temporal : लौकिक
Meaning: relating to worldly as opposed to spiritual affairs; secular.
Synonyms: temporary, worldly, earthly, terrestrial
Antonyms: spiritual, permanent, lasting, endless
Usage in a Sentence: The devout villagers, in their appeal for spiritual aid, did not forget the importance of temporal weapons.

Word: Stereotype : श्रेणीबद्ध करना
Meaning: a widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing.
Synonyms: categorize, pigeonhole, cliché, archetype
Antonyms: differentiate, disorganize, dissimilate,
Usage in a Sentence: It’s not fair to stereotype a whole group of people based on one person you don’t like.

Word: Discard  : रद्द करें
Meaning: get rid of (someone or something) as no longer useful or desirable
Synonyms: throw away, dump, reject, dismiss, waste
Antonyms: keep, retain, embrace, cherish
Usage in a Sentence: Hilary bundled up the clothes she had discarded.

Word: Eventful : घटने वाला
Meaning: marked by interesting or exciting events.
Synonyms: momentous, memorable, significant, noteworthy
Antonyms: uneventful, dull, insignificant, trivial
Usage in a Sentence: It was an extremely eventful period in American history.

Word: Proselytize : फुसलाना
Meaning: To attempt to convert someone to one’s own religious faith
Synonyms: propagandist, campaigner, crusader
Antonyms: nonpartisan, decode, stay, dissuade
Usage in a Sentence: The efforts of early missionaries to proselytize the Native Americans of Minnesota were largely unproductive.

Word: Decency : शिष्टता
Meaning: behaviour that conforms to accepted standards of morality or respectability.
Synonyms: morality, integrity, propriety, righteousness, decorum, virtue
Antonyms: discourtesy, impropriety, impoliteness, indecency
Usage in a Sentence: Sending aid to the victims was simply a matter of common decency.

Word: Exhortation : प्रबोधन
Meaning: an address or communication emphatically urging someone to do something.
Synonyms: persuasion, encouragement, urging
Antonyms: dissuasion, arbitration
Usage in a sentence: After repeated exhortation by his comrades, he finally straightened out his thinking.

Word: Contemporary : समकालीन
Meaning: living or occurring at the same time.
Synonyms: current, modern, present, topical
Antonyms: old, vintage, traditional, dated, archaic
Usage in a Sentence: She purchased a magazine devoted to contemporary fashions.

Word: Levitation : उत्तोलन
Meaning: the action of rising or causing something to rise and hover in the air, typically by means of supposed magical powers.
Synonyms: lift, rise, upsurge, ascent, ascension
Antonym: ascension
Usage in a Sentence: Apparently he’ll be doing some levitation on the stage tomorrow.

Word: Quaint : विचित्र
Meaning: attractively unusual or old-fashioned.
Synonyms: odd, strange, eccentric, unusual, peculiar
Antonyms: ordinary, normal, common, usual
Usage in a Sentence: The writer talks about the quaint customs of the natives.

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