Vocab 6 November

ILLUSTRIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (प्रसिद्ध) famous

Synonyms: esteemed, eminent

Antonyms: insignificant, unimportant

Example Sentence:

Number of illustrious players have lead this team.

2. YEARNING (NOUN): (इच्छा) desire

Synonyms: aspiration, craving

Antonyms: apathy, disinterest

Example Sentence:

His success satisfied his yearning.

3. INCUR (VERB): (अपने उपर लेना/उठाना) bring upon oneself

Synonyms: obtain, acquire

Antonyms: forfeit, lose

Example Sentence:

Suneet incurred the wrath of the gods.

4. GUSHING (ADJECTIVE): (फुहार छोड़ती हुई) flowing

Synonyms: spouting, pouring out

Antonyms: stagnant, frozen

Example Sentence:

The gushing river, flooded the fields.

5. BERATE (VERB): (धमकाना) admonish

Synonyms: castigate, reprimand

Antonyms: laud, applaud

Example Sentence:

We must berate such journalists who live in our nation and work for our enemies.

6. DEARTH (NOUN): (कमी) scarcity

Synonyms: paucity, meagerness

Antonyms: adequacy, abundance

Example Sentence: The dearth of resources forced the company to shut down.

7. EXTENSIVELY (ADVERB): (दूर तक) widely

Synonyms: broadly, greatly

Antonyms: minutely, marginally

Example Sentence:

The scheme extensively benefitted the masses.

8. COINCIDE (VERB): (सहमत होना) go along with

Synonyms: concur, harmonize

Antonyms: deviate, dissent

Example Sentence:

We can coincide with our competitors.

9. PSEUDONYM (NOUN): (उपनाम) false name

Synonyms: anonym, alias

Antonyms: real name, authentic name

Example Sentence:

He used a pseudonym for himself.

10. VANITY (NOUN): (घमंड) egotism

Synonyms: conceitedness, ostentation

Antonyms: humility, modesty

Example Sentence:

He displays vanity.

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