Daily Wordlist for RBI/IBPS Exam 2016

Meaning: intended to cause hurt feelings
Synonym: acridness, acuteness 
Sentence: “the customer made his displeasure known with more acerbity than was necessary”

Meaning: having a border in common
Synonym: adjoining, conterminous, flanking
Sentence: “the juxtaposed photographs of the country’s richest and poorest areas are a telling commentary on inequality”

Meaning: shameless boldness
Synonym: cockiness, cheekiness, pertness
Sentence: “the little squirt had the effrontery to deny eating any cookies, even with the crumbs still on his lips”

Meaning: an often public or formal expression of disapproval
Synonym: censure, excoriation
Sentence: “the official denunciation of the congresswoman’s actions before the full house”

Meaning: having or expressing great depth of feeling
Synonym: ardent, blazing, fervent 
Sentence: “at the school board meeting the librarian delivered a fervid speech defending the classic novel against would-be censors”

6. Gamut
Meaning: the distance or extent between possible extremes
Synonym: diapason, spectrum, spread
Sentence: “the actress’s work runs the gamut from goofy comedies to serious historical dramas”

7. Bequeath
Meaning: to give by means of a will
Synonym: leave, will
Sentence: “having no heir, he bequeathed his house to his local church”

Meaning: marked by temperatures that are neither too high nor too low
Synonym: equable, genial, mild
Sentence: “Hawaii is known for its delightfully clement climate”

Meaning: an imitation that is passed off as genuine
Synonym: phony, hoax
Sentence: “tests showed that the “old” map of America was a cleverly made humbug”

10. Bellicose
Meaning:  feeling or displaying eagerness to fight
Synonym: assaultive, agonistic
Sentence: “bellicose hockey players who always seem to spend more time fighting than playing”