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Vocabulary Words: Improve Your Vocabulary with Antonyms & Synonyms: 5th&6th September 2021

Vocabulary Words: For most banking Aspirants, vocabulary is a nightmare but it carries a great amount of importance in every competitive exam. It is very important to have a good hold on the vocabulary to increase efficiency in the language section and also to increase your overall scores. That is why Adda247 has started a new initiative to improve the vocabulary of the aspirants with the Visual vocabulary words and their meaning.

Visual Vocabulary Words

  1. Ardent (Adjective)

            Meaning; Full of ardor; fervent, passionate.

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            Synonyms: enthusiastic, zealous

            Antonyms: dull, passive

  1. Diminution (noun)

            Meaning; A lessening, decrease or reduction

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            Synonyms: contraction, limitation

            Antonyms: expansion, growth

  1. Veracity (noun)

            Meaning; Something that is true; a truthful statement; a truth.

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            Synonyms: accuracy, correctness

            Antonyms: falsehood, inaccuracy

  1. Recalcitrant (adjective)

            Meaning; Marked by a stubborn unwillingness to obey authority

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            Synonyms: defiant

            Antonyms: compliant

  1. Scramble (noun)

            Meaning; A rush or hurry

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            Synonyms: struggle, tussle

            Antonyms: comfort, order

  1. Incandescent (adjective)

            Meaning; emitting light as a result of being heated or shining very brightly

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            Synonyms: bright, luminous

            Antonyms: dark, dim

  1. Lag (verb)

            Meaning; to fail to keep up (the pace), to fall behind

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            Synonyms: linger, straggle

            Antonyms: Usher, lead

  1. Furlough (noun)

            Meaning; A leave of absence or vacation

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            Synonyms: recess, break

            Antonyms: recall, travail

    9.   Jeer (verb)

            Meaning; To mock

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   Synonyms: ridicule, taunt

   Antonyms: praise, compliment

 

 10. Altruist (noun)

Meaning; A person showing behaviour that benefits other

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  Synonyms: benevolent, philanthropist

  Antonyms: selfish, self centred

 

  11. Fiery (adjective)

Meaning; Tempestuous or emotionally volatile.

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   Synonyms: blazing

  Antonyms: indifferent

 

  12. Ravenous (adjective)

Meaning; Grasping; characterized by strong desires.

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  Synonyms: greedy, edacious

  Antonyms: satisfied, content

 

  13.  Scorn (verb)

Meaning; To feel or display contempt or disdain

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   Synonyms: disrespect

  Antonyms: respect

 

  14. Mellow (adjective)

Meaning; subdued, soft, rich, delicate

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  Synonyms: melodious, Mellifluent

  Antonyms: harsh, gruff

 

  15. Collapse (verb)

Meaning; To break apart

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   Synonyms: fall, destroy

  Antonyms: build, construct

 

  16. Denude (verb)

Meaning; To divest

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   Synonyms: deprive, divest

  Antonyms: inherit, occupy

 

  17.  Plaudit (noun)

Meaning; A mark or expression of applause

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   Synonyms: commendation

   Antonyms: criticism

Importance of Vocabulary Words in the English Language

  • The reading comprehension from which 50% of the English language section questions are based requires the candidate to have good reading skills and requires a good hold on the English vocabulary. A good vocabulary will give the candidates of a better understanding of the comprehension which will benefit them in scoring maximum marks.
  • A good vocabulary also helps a candidate to crack the interview round of the banking exams. The candidate can form a sentence perfectly if he/she has a good vocabulary.
  • Apart from the reading comprehension section, there are multiple English tests where vocabulary can be used.

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