Editorials English Vocabulary Words Set 63

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

  1. Invincible – not possible to be defeated or harmed
    • Synonyms: unconquerable, impregnable, unsubdued, unbeatable
    • Antonyms: effeminate, lanquid, crippled, fragile
    • Usage: The horrific nightmare filled the woman with consternation.
  2. Infringe – to trespass upon something
    • Synonyms:  violate, encroach, transgress, trespass
    • Antonyms: comply, concur, confirm, observe
    • Usage: Having that much work to do at home will only infringe upon my time with my family.
  3. Gracious – courteous and kind
    • Synonyms: Courteous, Beneficient, Magnificent, Dignified
    • Antonyms: Rude, Unforgiving, Discourteous, Uncourtly
    • Usage: When I met the princess, she was gracious and friendly despite her twelve- hour plane ride.
  4. Encumbrance – burden or hindrance
    • Synonyms: Hindrance, obstacle, burden, impediment
    • Antonyms: Incentive, stimulant, patronize, vantage
    • Usage: He is a great writer, but his inner critic has always been an encumbrance to his own satisfaction with his work.
  5. Commodious – spacious and convenient; roomy and comfortable
    • Synonyms: Convenient, suitable, roomy, comfortable
    • Antonyms:Inconvenient, confined, unsuitable
    • Usage: Even though the house seems to be quite commodious, it’s really too run down to justify paying that kind of money for it.
  6. Adjunct – something that is joined or added to another thing, but not part of the whole
    • Synonyms: Appendage, complement, addition, joining
    • Antonyms:Lessening, separation, removal, subtraction
    • Usage: At the family reunion, I felt like an adjunct member because I was not blood related to anyone.
  7. Arraign – to charge someone in a court of law
    • Synonyms: Charge, blame, accuse, complain
    • Antonyms: Exculpate, pardon, condone, exonerate
    • Usage: They wanted to arraign the thief for stealing cars on the same day he was arrested.
  8. Admonish – to scold; to warn strongly
    • Synonyms: Counsel, Reprove, warn, chastise
    • Antonyms: Approve, applaud, flattery
    • Usage: I hope my boss does not admonish me for being late.
  9. Bustle – to move in a noisy or hurried manner
    • Synonyms: Haste, tumult, stir, flurry
    • Antonyms: Slowness, quiet, inertness
    • Usage: He was running late so she had to bustle to reach her office on time.
  10. Baffle – totally confused or puzzled
    • Synonyms: Confound, elude, frustrate, perplex
    • Antonyms: Poise, composure, facilitate, co-operate
    • Usage: The complex puzzle baffled me for several hours before I could connect all the pieces. 

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4 Thoughts to “Editorials English Vocabulary Words Set 63”

  1. Sachin shukla( Banker 2018)

    ty)

  2. Barbu (。♥‿♥。)

    Thanku AZ:)

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