Daily Vocabulary For SSC CGL And CPO Exam 2018: 10th May

In this modern era, everything seems incomplete without the involvement of English in our daily life. And no one can deny the importance of Vocabulary that is a momentous section to score up to the mark. SSC CPO And SSC CGL 2018 Exams are nearby opportunities where dealing with English Section may demand a grip over enticingly illustrious words.

We are providing prominent words for each day facilitated with synonyms, antonyms, their proper usage through examples which will surely ease your grapple of storing apt number of  words in your memory for longer time and in an effective way. It will be our pleasure to add up in your efficiency with each passing day leaving you well prepared for vying part of life.

1. SYBARITIC (adjective) विलास प्रिय
Meaning: fond of sensuous luxury or pleasure; self-indulgent.
Synonyms: luxurious, extravagant, pampered, lavish, self-indulgent, sensual, voluptuous, hedonistic, epicurean, libertine, debauched, dissolute, decadent.
Antonyms: abstinent, ascetic, abstemious, sober, non-indulgent, disciplined, temperate, spartan.
Usage: Though most of her family thought she was overly sybaritic, the luxury-loving heiress saw nothing wrong with living the high life.

2. PICAYUNE (adjective) निकम्मा
Meaning: not broad or open in views or opinions
Synonyms: illiberal, insular, Lilliputian, narrow-minded, parochial, petty, sectarian, small-minded
Antonyms: broad-minded, catholic, cosmopolitan, liberal, open, open-minded, receptive, tolerant.
Usage: They argued over the most picayune details.

3. BOGGLE (verb)  झिझकना
Meaning: to make or do (something) in a clumsy or unskillful way.
Synonyms: blow, bobble, botch, bumble, bungle, dub, flub, fluff, foozle, fumble, mangle, muck up, muff.
Antonyms: ameliorate, enhance, help, improve, rectify, refine, reform, remedy, recondition, renovate, repair, revamp.
Usage: She boggled her first effort to stick her dismount.

4. DULCIFY (verb) मधुर करना 
Meaning: to make agreeable; mollify
Synonyms: appease, conciliate, pacify, placate, propitiate, allay, assuage, mitigate, relieve, alleviate.
Antonyms: rancid, sour, gruff, dour, grim, glum, agitate, incite, aggravate, acrid, acetify.
Usage: His harshest tones in this part came steeped and dulcified in good humor.

5. MAUL (verb) पीटना
Meaning: treat (something) savagely or roughly.
Synonyms: maltreat, manhandle, whip, grope, pummel, trounce, trample, bash, batter, brawl, maim.
Antonyms: caress, pet, coddle, mollycoddle, pamper, foster, nurture, aid, assist.
Usage: A bear killed one hiker and badly mauled the other.

6. INURE (verb) सहनशील बनाना
Meaning: accustom (someone) to something, especially something unpleasant.
Synonyms: harden, toughen, habituate, familiarize, acclimatize, adjust, adapt, desensitize, fortify, indurate.
Antonyms: emasculate, enervate, enfeeble, weaken, cripple, debilitate, hamstring, incapacitate, sensitize.
Usage: Soon, the girls became inure to the cruel treatment of their kidnapper and started to think of him as their savior.

7. SURMISE (verb) अनुमान करना
Meaning: suppose that something is true without having evidence to confirm it.
Synonyms: guess, conjecture, deduce, infer, conclude, theorize, speculate, glean, assume, presume, reckon.
Antonyms: document, establish, prove, substantiate, validate, ascertain, determine.
Usage: Without knowing the facts, the judge chose to surmise the defendant was guilty.

8. PENITENCE (noun) पछतावा
Meaning: the action of feeling or showing sorrow and regret for having done wrong.
Synonyms: contrition, guilt, regret, remorse, repentance, rue, self-reproach, shame, prick, qualm.
Antonyms: impenitence, remorselessness, brazenness, sauciness, exaltation, impudence, audacity, effrontery.
Usage: The reverse also holds, that failure to live morally betrays and invalidates religious devotion unless there is genuine penitence.

9. VOUCHSAFE (verb) साक्ष्य देना
Meaning: reveal or disclose (information).
Synonyms: disclose, reveal, divulge, impart, pass on, let out, let slip, give away, broadcast, air, circulate.
Antonyms: barred, prohibited, outlawed, proscribed, impermissible, interdicted, forbidden.
Usage: But he neither repudiated the misleading words nor vouchsafed any clear explanation of them.

10. TORPOR (noun) उदासीनता
Meaning: a state of physical or mental inactivity; lethargy.
Synonyms: torpidity, sluggishness, dullness, listlessness, languor, languidness, stagnation, laziness, idleness, indolence, sloth, weariness, lassitude, fatigue.
Antonyms: eagerness, enthusiasm, keenness, spiritedness, vigor, vim, vitality, vivacity.
Usage: During the winter, the bears fall into an intense torpor.

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