Previous Year’s English Vocabulary Words

Dear Readers,
We are providing some vocabulary words which got from previous SSC question papers. These types of vocabulary words will be helpful for upcoming exams like FCI, SSC.

1.Word: Unexceptionable ( बिना अपवाद)
Meaning:If something is unexceptionable, don’t bother trying to find something wrong with it — you won’t. Your unexceptionable character makes you the perfect candidate to run for public office, but if you run, people will be looking for things to criticize.
Synonyms:unimpeachable

2.Word:Arrogate (हथियाना)
Meaning:seize and take control without authority and possibly with force; take as one’s right or possession
Example:When the teacher steps out of the classroom and some bossy girl marches up to the front chalkboard? What she’s trying to do is arrogate the teacher’s authority to herself.

3.Word:Hoodwink  (धोखा देना)
Meaning:To hoodwink someone means to trick or mislead them. Beware of fake ATMs that try to hoodwink you into giving over your bank card and your code, only to keep them both and steal all your money.

4.Word:Testator
Meaning:When you make your last will and testament, you are the testator, and if the will is written and witnessed according to the law of the land, your estate will be divided in the way you, the testator, requested.

5.Word:Unfaltering  (अटल, अविचल)
Meaning:Unfaltering means unwavering, not changing. As an adult, you might thank your mother for her unfaltering support of your education, never letting you skip a night of homework. Now, not so much.

6.Word:Fulminate  (विस्फोट होना)
Meaning:Watch a bomb fulminate or explode and hope you’re under safe cover. Have your parents fulminate or blow up at you for coming home past curfew and hope you’re not grounded for too long.

7.Word:Plenitude
Meaning:The noun plenitude means the state of being full or complete; also, an abundance. After the thirty inches of snow your town got over the weekend, you may joke that you have aplenitude of snow.

8.Word:Adventitious (आकस्मिक)
Meaning:Adventitious  is a word you use to talk about things that “just kind of happen,” not because you are trying to do them, but because they just come along.

9.Word:Gadfly (कष्ट देनेवाला मनुष्य)
Meaning:A gadfly is an irritating person, a nuisance who will often ask too many questions or lob lots of criticisms in order to get his or her way.

10.Word: Zealot
Meaning:The hamburger zealot was so fanatical about his burgers that he camped outside his favorite fast-food joint for hours every morning, waiting for it to open. And he would never put mustard on them, only ketchup.

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18 Comments

  1. Where is that watsap group? who are preparing for cgl… i provided them my wats ap num (8409194026) nd reqsted them to add me bt i hv nt been added yet…i was nt using this ap.. i hv dwnloded it 2dy jst after seeing a cmnt regarding to form a group where aspirants will disqus nd share there infos with grp members..plss ad me

  2. mam plz provide sum guidance for CHSL.

    samaj ni aa rha ki kaise question attempt krne h…
    plz mam

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