Editorials English Vocabulary Words Set 54

English Vocabulary Words with Meanings for various Exams: SBI PO, NIACL, NICL, Bank of Baroda, IBPS PO. We are providing vocabulary words from The Articles of Newspapers like The Hindu, The Economist, Indian Express, etc. which are important for the upcoming exams. Add some more words to your English vocabulary words list.

  1. Labile – easily or frequently changed

    • Synonyms: unstable, vacillant, mutable, unsettled, adaptable, capricious 
    • Antonyms: balanced, fixed
    • Usage: The labile currency can be changed out easily when visiting a different country.
  2. Pander – indulge

    • Synonyms: cajole, gratify, massage, please, satisfy, snow
    • Antonyms: dissatisfy, annoy, disappoint
    • Usage: Because Jim wants his son to value a dollar, he does not pander to his whims by giving him everything he wants.
  3. Militate – to influence or have an effect upon

    • Synonyms: resist, hinder, discourage, oppose, counter, prejudice
    • Antonyms: reinforce
    • Usage: In business, the demand will usually militate the product’s price.
  4. Mordant – having or showing a sharp or critical quality

    • Synonyms: caustic, trenchant, biting, cutting, acerbic, sardonic, sarcastic
    • Antonyms: vague, uncritical
    • Usage: The mordant mother often used harsh words that made her son cry.
  5. Impel – drive, force, or urge (someone) to do something.

    • Synonyms: compel, constrain, oblige, necessitate, require, demand
    • Antonyms: discourage, dissuade, repress
    • Usage: Financial difficulties impelled him to desperate measures
  6. Officious – offensively intrusive or interfering

    • Synonyms: overbearing, overzealous, dictatorial, importunate
    • Antonyms: self-effacing
    • Usage: She doesn’t like it when officious strangers try to start a conversation in the checkout line.
  7. Parity – the same in nature, value, or class

    • Synonyms: equality, uniformity, consistency, congruence, parallelism
    • Antonyms: discrepancy, disproportion, contrast, deviation
    • Usage: As far as parity in currency, the pound is worth more than the dollar.
  8. Prosaic – commonplace or dull; unimaginative

    • Synonyms: unimaginative, uninspired, humdrum, mundane, plodding
    • Antonyms: imaginative, inspired
    • Usage: Students were yawning during the prosaic graduation speech.
  9. Rehash – to go over something again

    • Synonyms: restate, reuse, discuss, reiterate, repeat, rephrase
    • Antonyms: refuse, deny
    • Usage: The husband and wife seem to always rehash their arguments
  10. Roister – enjoy oneself or celebrate in a noisy or boisterous way

    • Synonyms: celebrate, revel, carouse, frolic, romp
    • Antonyms: disappoint, hate
    • Usage: The winner couldn’t help but shout and roister when his lottery numbers were drawn.

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