Daily Vocabulary Update: 23-Jan-2018

Dear Readers of Daily Vocabulary,

As we know that all competitive exams whether it is Banking or SSC or any other, are lined up in upcoming months and vocabulary plays a crucial role to score minimum 4-5 marks within few seconds if you are going to learn Vocabulary on the very daily basis it will going to help you to get that marks easily in your  pocket. So here Daily Vocabulary provides you with some words on daily basis to help you to attain your goal.

23-Jan-2018


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1.magnanimous= generous or forgiving. 

SYNONYMS: passion, force, forcefulness, ardour, fervour, spirit, spiritedness, urgency, strength, forcibleness, emphasis, vigour, intensity, violence, earnestness, eagerness, keenness, enthusiasm, zeal, zealousness, fanaticism.

2.strive= make great efforts to achieve or obtain something.

SYNONYMStry, try hard, attempt, endeavour, aim, aspire, venture, undertake, seek, make an effort, make every effort, spare no effort, exert oneself, do one’s best, do all one can, do one’s utmost, give one’s all, labour, work, toil, strain, struggle, apply oneself.

3.salpable= visible, noticeable.

SYNONYMS: tangible, touchable, noticeable, detectable, solid, concrete, material, substantial, real.

4.vehemence= zeal, Enthusiasm.

SYNONYMS: passion, force, forcefulness, ardour, fervour, spirit, spiritedness, urgency, strength, forcibleness, emphasis, vigour, intensity, violence, earnestness, eagerness, keenness, enthusiasm, zeal, zealousness, fanaticism.

5.amnesty= an official pardon for people.

SYNONYMS: pardon, pardoning, reprieve release, discharge, liberty, freedom absolution, forgiveness, dispensation, remission, indulgence, clemency, mercy.

6.enormity= sin or a grave crime.

SYNONYMS: immensity, vastness, massiveness, hugeness size, extent, magnitude, expanse, greatness, largeness, bigness.

7.mangle= destroy to follow a particular course of Action.

SYNONYMSmutilate, maim, disfigure, damage, injury, crush, crumple hack, cut about, lacerate, tear apart, rend, chop, chop up, butcher, deform, maul, wreck.

8.constrain= compel to follow a particular course of action.

SYNONYMS: compel, force, coerce, drive, impel, oblige, prevail on, require a press, push, pressure, pressurize, urge, bully, dragoon, browbeat informal railroad, bulldoze, steamroller, hustle, twist someone’s arm, strong-arm, lean on, put the screws on.

9.thrive= flourish, prosper

SYNONYMS: flourish, prosper, grow vigorously, develop well, burgeon, bloom, blossom, do well, advance, make strides, succeed.

10.replete= well supplied with something or filled.

SYNONYMS: well fed, sated, satiated, full, full up, full to bursting, satisfied glutted, gorged.

11.stigmatise= describe or regard as worthy of disgrace or great disapproval.

SYNONYMS: discredit, dishonour, defame, disparage, reproach, censure, blame.

12.renege= go back on a promise.

SYNONYMS: default on, fail to honour, go back on, break, back out of, pull out of, withdraw from, retreat from, welsh on, backtrack on.

13.exploitation= ill-Treatment.

SYNONYMS: taking advantage, making use, abuse of, misuse, ill-treatment, unfair treatment, bleeding dry, sucking dry, squeezing, wringing.

14.devastating= highly destructive or Damaging.

SYNONYMS: destructive, ruinous, disastrous, catastrophic, calamitous, cataclysmic.

15.inequity= lack fairness or justice.

SYNONYMSunfairness, injustice, unjustness, one-sidedness, partisanship, partiality, favouritism, bias, prejudice, discrimination.


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