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The Hindu Vocabulary 2_August

The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams. 

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1. MAWKISH (ADJECTIVE): (कुत्सित):  sentimental 
Synonyms: over-sentimental, over-emotional 
Antonyms: cool 
Example Sentence: 
He paid a mawkish ode to parenthood. 

2. REINSTATE (VERB): (बहाल करना):  restore 
Synonyms: put back, replace 
Antonyms: abolish 
Example Sentence: 
The union threatened strike action if Owen was not reinstated. 

3. IMPUDENCE (NOUN): (बदतमीजी):  impertinence 
Synonyms: insolence, effrontery 
Antonyms: pertinence 
Example Sentence: 
His arrogance and impudence had offended many. 

4. UPBEAT (ADJECTIVE): (उत्साहित):  optimistic 
Synonyms: cheerful, cheery 
Antonyms: pessimistic 
Example Sentence: 
He was upbeat about the company's future. 

5. VIBRANT (ADJECTIVE): (जीवंत):  spirited 
Synonyms: lively, high-spirited 
Antonyms: spiritless 
Example Sentence: 
I reside in a vibrant cosmopolitan city. 

6. SCINTILLATING(ADJECTIVE): (चकाचौंध में डालने वाला): brilliant 
Synonyms: dazzling, exciting 
Antonyms: boring 
Example Sentence: 
The audience loved his scintillating wit. 

7. INNATE (ADJECTIVE): (जन्मजात):  inborn 
Synonyms: natural, inbred 
Antonyms: acquired 
Example Sentence: 
She has innate skills for the organization. 

8. EXAGGERATE (VERB): (अतिरंजना करना):  overstate 
Synonyms: overemphasize, overstress 
Antonyms: play down 
Example Sentence: 
He was apt to exaggerate any aches and pains. 

9. WIT (NOUN): (वाक्-पटुता):  intelligence 
Synonyms: shrewdness, cleverness 
Antonyms: stupidity 
Example Sentence: 
She does not lack perception or native wit. 

10. ENIGMATIC (ADJECTIVE): (रहस्यपूर्ण):  enigmatic 
Synonyms: mysterious, confusing 
Antonyms: straightforward 
Example Sentence: 
He found his boss's utterances too cryptic


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