Daily Use Vocabulary Words 1

Daily Use Vocabulary Words 1

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.

 

 

GutWrenching (Adjective)

Meaning: Extremely unpleasant or upsetting; Horrible (अत्यतं अप्रिय; भयानक)

 Synonyms: Harrowing, Traumatic, Awful, Woeful, Distressing

Antonyms: Comforting, Calming, Cheering, Consoling

Example: The film is a gut-wrenching portrait of domestic violence.

 

 

Macabre (Adjective)

Meaning: disturbing because concerned with or causing a fear of death; Shockingly repellent; inspiring horror (भयकरं, भयावह)

 Synonyms: Sinister, Gruesome, Morbid, Grotesque, Grisly

 Antonyms: Pleasant, Delightful, Normal, Cheerful

 Example: My taste in movies is rather dark, I enjoy mostly macabre horror films.

 

 

Conjecture (Noun)

Meaning: an opinion or conclusion formed on the basis of incomplete information; an unproven mathematical or scientific theorem (अनमानु)

 Synonyms: Surmise, Hypothesis, Notion, Presumption, Hunch

 Antonyms: Fact, Proof, Certainty

 Example: I’ve made various conjectures on how the situation would turn out.

 

 

Heinous (Adjective)

Meaning: Extremely wicked, deeply criminal (जघन्य, घप्रितृ)

 Synonyms: Appalling, Ghastly, Detestable, Execrable, Atrocious, Odious

 Antonyms: Respectable, Likeable, Glorious, Virtuous

 Example: The criminal received the death penalty for his heinous crime.

 

Inerrant (Adjective)

Meaning: incapable of being wrong; Not liable to error (दोषातीत)

 Synonyms: Unerring, Flawless, Impeccable, Unimpeachable, Unfailing

 Antonyms: Flawed, Uncertain, Doubting, Improper

 Example: WE AFFIRM that Scripture in its entirety is inerrant, being free from all falsehood, fraud, or deceit.

 

 

Empirical (Adjective)

Meaning: based on, concerned with, or verifiable by observation or experience rather than theory or pure logic. (ियोगप्रसद्ध)

 Synonyms: Pragmatic, Factual, Experimental, Realistic, Observational

 Antonyms: Theoretical, Hypothetical, Conjectural, Unsustainable

 Example: We now have empirical evidence that the moon is covered with dust.

 

 

Iniquitous (Adjective)

Meaning: grossly unfair and morally wrong; wicked because it is believed to be a sin (अधमम, अन्यायपिमू)

 Synonyms: Nefarious, Odious, Malicious, Base, Vile, Heinous, Vicious

 Antonyms: Virtuous, Righteous, Moral, Upright, Ethical

 Example: Greed is iniquitous, a sin before God and man.

 

 

Abhorrent (Adjective)

Meaning: inspiring disgust and loathing; repugnant; Offensive to the mind (प्रघनौना)

 Synonyms: Abominable, Obnoxious, Detestable, Revolting

 Antonyms: Appealing, Innocuous, Inoffensive

 Example: Racism of any kind is abhorrent to me.

 

 

Vengeance (Noun)

Meaning: punishment inflicted or retribution exacted for an injury or wrong; The act of taking revenge (िप्रतशोध)

 Synonyms: Revenge, Retribution, Retaliation, Reprisal, Nemesis

 Antonyms: Mercy, Lenity, Clemency, Pardon

 Example: He swore vengeance on his child’s killer.