Important Vocabulary For DSSSB Exam: 16th June 2018

Important Vocabulary For Teaching Exam

Dear Readers, we are providing to you Word List from The Newspaper to improve your word power. It will help you to enhance your word power as well as you can understand the correct usage of the word. Your reading habit can make all the difference. If you are not able to read a newspaper for Teaching Exam. We will post important words every day from editorial section.

Synonyms-blame, encumbrance
Use-It was clear that the onus of further speech was to rest with him.

Synonyms-hyperbole, oratory
Use-It seems to us that you are yielding to rhetoric a little, aren't you?

3.Retaliatory(V)-get even with someone
Synonyms- reciprocate, recompense
Use-The natives, on the other hand, had not been slow to retaliate.

Synonyms- approaching, imminent
Use-The moment of chance had been looming on the horizon for months.

Synonyms- enthusiastic, buoyant
Use-He emerged as the focus of interest for a large, exuberant crowd of loiterers.

6.Fidgety (adj): Restless or uneasy
Synonyms: Anxious, Agitated, Restive.
Uses: Mohan got nervous and fidgety on the stage.

7.Muster (v): Preparation for battle.
Synonyms: Conscript, Draft, Convene.
Uses: Indian army men had been mustered on border region of J&K.

8.Escort (n): Accompanying someone for protection.
Synonyms: Defender, Minder, Custodian.
Uses: Escort teams were deployed to make sure that Kanhaiya reaches the campus safely.

9.Inimical (adj): To obstruct or harm.
Synonyms: Pernicious, Damaging, Hurtful.
Uses: ISIS policies are inimical to  the World real interest.

10.Endured (v):Remain in existence, Last longer.
Synonyms: Persist, Remain, Survive, Abide.
Uses: Dr .Ambedkar, gave us a Constitution that has endured all these years.

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