Editorials English Vocabulary Words Set 65

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. Egress an outlet or exit
    • Synonyms: emergence, withdrawal, emerge, departure, egression, exodus
    • Antonyms: entrance, immersion, acceptance, penetration, introduction.
    • Usage: Because of her claustrophobia she cannot be in any space where she does not have a ready egress.
  2. Emacity – the compulsive love for and desire to obtain, purchase, or spend money on items
    • Synonyms:  perseverance, doggedness, fortitude, obstinacy, firmness, resolve
    • Antonyms: flaw, indecision, fault, cowardice, agility, weakness
    • Usage: The billionaire had an emacity that made him buy boats and cars on a whim just because he could.
  3. Futurity – the future
    • Synonyms:  hereafter, forthcoming, destines, approaching, expectation, unborn
    • Antonyms: pastness, yesterday, earliness
    • Usage: Anxious thoughts of futurity caused the worrier to lose hope in the present.
  4. Easement –  entitled to utilize another person’s property for a specific purpose
    • Synonyms: relief, alleviation, assuagement, consolation, solace, abatement, softening
    • Antonyms: agony, burden, crisis, discomfort, bounce, awake
    • Usage: The only way to cross the river was by going through the owner’s land which was an easement.
  5. Hardihood – bravery; confidence to take action
    • Synonyms: courage, resolution, temerity, pluck, brazeness, fortitude, audacity
    • Antonyms: cowardice, faintness, infirmity, frailness, delicacy 
    • Usage: The hardihood of the solider helped him survive while lost in the jungle while never giving up.
  6. Ineffable – incapable of being expressed in words
    • Synonyms: untellable, incredible, splendid, empyreal, ravishing
    • Antonyms: describable, utterable, hellish, profane, secular
    • Usage: Surprisingly, the woman was nonchalant about her husband’s death.
  7. Linger – to stay in a situation or place

    • Synonyms: loiter, dawdle, endure, hesitate, saunter, persevere
    • Antonyms: advance, sprint, vagabond, outstrip, gallop, hurtle
    • Usage: After school some students always linger around the building to talk to their friends.
  8. Manacle – an item that functions as a control or restraint
    • Synonyms:  shackle, restraint, hobble, inhibit, impediment
    • Antonyms: unloose, detached, extrication, gratuitous, enlarge
    • Usage: Mutinous employees are protesting low wages by not showing up for work.
  9. Pesky – irritating; annoying
    • Synonyms: vexatious, irksome, pestiferous, obnoxious, exasperating
    • Antonyms: admired, bearable, cheering, disarming, enthralling
    • Usage: Because she dislikes children, Reema wishes her pesky little neighbors would go annoy someone else.
  10. Sprightly – full of vigor; active
    • Synonyms: animated, vivacious, playful, jaunty, perky, frisky, agile
    • Antonyms: sluggish, lethargic, inactive
    • Usage: The sprightly old woman walks two miles every day.

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