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Chaotic (adjective) Meaning: in a state of complete confusion and disorder. (अराजकता; अव्यवस्था) Synonyms: Messy, Anarchic, Muddled, Frenzied Antonyms: Orderly, Systematic, Harmonized, Uncluttered Example: The traffic in the city was chaotic. Rocket (verb) Meaning: to rise extremely quickly or make extremely quick progress towards success. (तेजी से बढ़ना) Synonyms: Shoot Up, Soar, Escalate, Skyrocket Antonyms: … Read moreDaily Use Vocabulary Words 10

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Corporeal (Adjective) Meaning physical and not spiritual. (कायिक, भौयिक) Synonyms: Bodily, Carnal, Fleshy, Earthly, Tangible Antonyms: Incorporeal, Impalpable, Ethereal, Unembodied Example: He is very religious, corporeal world has little interest for him.     Deliberation (Noun) Meaning: long and careful consideration or discussion. (यििेचना) Synonyms: Reflection, Contemplation, Rumination, Consideration Antonyms: Impulsiveness, Imprudence, Rashness, Thoughtlessness Example: … Read moreDaily Use Vocabulary Words 9

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Masquerade (verb) Meaning: to pretend or appear to be. (ढोंग करना) Synonyms: Impersonate, Imitate, Disguise, Pretend Antonyms: Reveal, Unmask, Expose, Uncover Example: He might try to masquerade as a policeman.     Elide (verb) Meaning: to leave out of consideration. (छोड़ देना) Synonyms: Omit, Ignore, Disregard, Overlook, Eliminate Antonyms: Include, Remember, Consider Example: He complained … Read moreDaily Use Vocabulary Words 8

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Exult (verb) Meaning: to express great pleasure or happiness. (बहुत प्रसन्न होना) Synonyms: Rejoice, Revel, Jubilate, Relish Antonyms: Grieve, Lament, Bemoan, Bewail Example: The people exulted at the victory.     Profligacy (Noun) Meaning: the act of spending money or using something in a way that wastes it and is not (फिजूलखर्ची) Synonyms: Extravagance, Prodigality, … Read moreDaily Use Vocabulary Words 7

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Discourse (Noun) Meaning: a formal discussion of a topic in speech or writing. (सभाषणं, उपदेश) Synonyms: Treatise, Dissertation, Conversation, Preaching Antonyms: Silence, Mum, Taciturnity, Catcall, Zip Example: The discourse touches many of the issues which are currently popular.   Invoke (Verb) Meaning: Call on (a deity or spirit) in prayer, as a witness, or for … Read moreDaily Use Vocabulary Words 6

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Intractable (adjective) Meaning: hard to control or deal with (अप्रबंध्य,बेकाबू) Synonyms: Ungovernable, Knotty, Troublesome, Problematic Antonyms: Manageable, Controllable, Wieldy, Convenient Example: The economy still faces intractable problems.     Commendable (Adjective) Meaning: deserving praise. (सराहनीय) Synonyms: Laudable, Estimable, Exemplary, Noteworthy, Sterling Antonyms: Reprehensible, Deplorable, Despicable, Ignoble, Repugnant Example: Mr Sparrow has acted with commendable speed. … Read moreDaily Use Vocabulary Words 5

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    Parlous (adjective) Meaning: very bad, dangerous, or uncertain. (जोखिमी,संकटपूर्ण) Synonyms: Risky, Precarious, Perilous, Dire Antonyms: Comfortable, Secure, Harmless, Beneficial Example: English tennis is in a parlous condition. Discretionary (adjective) Meaning: available for use at the discretion of the user.(वििेकाधीन) Synonyms: Optional, Voluntary, Elective, Unrestricted Antonyms: Mandatory, Obligatory, Requisite, Essential Example: The Company used … Read moreDaily Use Vocabulary Words 4

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Chilling (adjective) Meaning: horrifying or frightening. (डरावना) Synonyms: Scary, Unsettling, Distressing, Unnerving, Terrifying Antonyms: Reassuring, Soothing, Comforting, Heartening Example: The article concludes with a chilling reminder that the disease can strike anyone at any time.     Overlook (verb) Meaning: ignore or disregard (something). (अनदेखीकरना) Synonyms: Omit, Neglect, Skip, Excuse Antonyms: Regard, Notice, Heed, Observe … Read moreDaily Use Vocabulary Words 3

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Dispel (verb) Meaning: to remove fears, doubts, and false ideas, usually by proving them wrong or (दूरकरना) Synonyms: Dismiss, Oust, Disperse, Drive Out, Chase Away Antonyms: Attract, Gather, Garner, Assemble Example: The police moved quickly to dispel the rumours.     Faltering (adjective) Meaning: losing strength or momentum; to move waveringly or hesitatingly (ढुलमुल,कमजोर) Synonyms: … Read moreDaily Use Vocabulary Words 2

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Pervade (Verb) Meaning: (especially of a smell) spread through and be perceived in every part of; be present and apparent throughout. (सब जगह फै लजाना, व्याप्त होना)  Synonyms: Permeate, Suffuse, Perfuse, Infuse, Impregnate  Antonyms: Drain, Deplete, Vacate  Example: A feeling of great sadness pervades the film.     Gut–Wrenching (Adjective) Meaning: Extremely unpleasant or upsetting; … Read moreDaily Use Vocabulary Words 1