Daily Vocabulary For SSC CGL And CPO Exam 2018: 21 May

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Daily Vocab for Various Competitive Exams

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. Charlatan: noun=ढोंगी
Meaning: one who makes false claims of identity or expertise
Synonyms: fake, faker, fraud, hoaxer, humbug, impostor, mountebank, phony, pretender, quack, ringer, sham
Antonyms: ace, adept, authority, crackerjack, expert, maestro, master, past master, professional, virtuoso, whiz, wizard

2. Condone: verb=माफ करना
Meaning: to dismiss as of little importance
Synonyms: disregard, excuse, forgive, gloss, gloze , ignore, overlook, overpass, paper over, pardon, pass over, remit, shrug off, whitewash
Antonyms: heed, mark, mind, note

3. Putative: adjective=कल्पित
Meaning: generally considered or reputed to be.
Synonyms: apparent, assumed, evident, ostensible, presumed, prima facie, reputed, seeming, supposed
Antonyms: implausible, impossible, improbable, inconceivable, unlikely,actual, authenticated, confirmed, corroborated, established, genuine, real, substantiated, sure, valid, validated, verified

4. Beguile: verb=मोहित करना
Meaning: to attract or delight as if by magic
Synonyms: allure, bewitch, captivate, charm, enchant, fascinate, kill, magnetize, wile
Antonyms: disgust, offend, repel, revolt, annoy, displease, irk, bore, tire, weary

5. Capricious: adjective=मनमौजी
Meaning: given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behaviour.
Synonyms: changeable, changeful, fickle, flickery, fluctuating, fluid, inconsistent, inconstant, mercurial, mutable, skittish, temperamental, uncertain
Antonyms: certain, changeless, constant, immutable, invariable, predictable, settled, stable, stationary, steady, unchangeable, unchanging, unvarying

6. Laudable: adjective=प्रशंसनीय
Meaning: (of an action, idea, or aim) deserving praise and commendation.
Synonyms: admirable, applaudable, commendable, creditable, estimable, meritorious, praiseworthy
Antonyms: censurable, discreditable, illaudable, reprehensible

7. Ignoramus: noun=मूर्ख
Meaning: a stupid person
Synonyms: airhead, blockhead, chucklehead, dimwit, dodo, dolt, donkey, dope, dork, dullard, dumbbell, dummy, dunce, fathead, goof, moron, nincompoop, ninny, nitwit, noddy, noodle,
Antonyms: brain, genius

8. Innate: adjective=स्वाभाविक तौर पर
Meaning: being a part of the innermost nature of a person or thing
Synonyms: built-in, constitutional, constitutive, essential, hardwired, immanent, inborn, inbred, indigenous, ingrain, ingrained, inherent, integral, intrinsic, native, natural
Antonyms: adventitious, extraneous, extrinsic

9.  Discernible: adjective=प्रत्यक्ष
Meaning: able to be perceived by a sense or by the mind
Synonyms: appreciable, apprehensible, detectable, distinguishable, palpable, perceptible, sensible
Antonyms: impalpable, imperceptible, inappreciable, indistinguishable, insensible, undetectable

10. Trample: verb=रौंदना
Meaning: to tread on heavily so as to crush or injure
Synonyms: stamp, stomp, tramp,

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