Editorials English Vocabulary Words Set 33

English Vocabulary for SBI PO Exam, NIACL, NICL, Bank of Baroda. The following vocabulary words are taken from The Editorials 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 list. The Hindu Vocabulary Words

  1. Inkling – a slight knowledge or suspicion; a hint

    • Synonyms: hunch, impression, indication, insinuation, intimation
    • Antonyms: information
    • Usage: The records give us an inkling of how people saw the world.
  2. Accredit – give credit to (someone) for something.

    • Synonyms: ascribe, refer, authorize, attribute
    • Antonyms: deny, disapprove, reject
    • Usage: He was accredited with being one of the world’s fastest sprinters
  3. Topple – overbalance or cause to overbalance and fall.

    • Synonyms: tumble, overturn, plunge, capsize, collapse, plummet
    • Antonyms: hold, rise, straighten
    • Usage: Disagreement had threatened to topple the government
  4. Filch – steal (something, especially an item of small value) in a casual way.

    • Synonyms: embezzle, pilfer, purloin, hustle, misappropriate, scrounge
    • Antonyms: give, receive, contribute
    • Usage: The old woman used her cane to beat the teenager who tried to filch her purse.
  5. Vindictive – having or showing a strong or unreasoning desire for revenge.

    • Synonyms: vengeful, avenging, resentful, implacable, unrelenting, acrimonious. rancorous, venomous, poisonous, malicious, malevolent,
    • Antonyms: compassionate, considerate, forgiving, merciful, sympathetic
    • Usage: My aunt is a vindictive woman who once burned all my uncle’s clothes.
  6. Usurious – relating to or characterized by usury; extortionate.

    • Synonyms: acquisitive, avaricious, covetous, desirous, niggardly, penurious
    • Antonyms: generous, unselfish
    • Usage: The acts were directed to restrain the lending of money at usurious rates.
  7. Unabated – without any reduction in intensity or strength.

    • Synonyms: incessant, persistent, punishing, sustained, tenacious, unflagging, unrelenting, unremitting, unstoppable
    • Antonyms: intermittent, relenting, surrendering, yielding
    • Usage: During the war the political reaction continued with unabated force.
  8. Prurient – having a restless desire or longing.

    • Synonyms: erotic, salacious, licentious, depraved, obscene
    • Usage: I became concerned about my neighbor’s prurient curiosity when I caught him.
  9. Ineffable – too great or extreme to be expressed or described in words.

    • Synonyms: ethereal, indescribable, transcendent, celestial, divine, empyreal
    • Antonyms: definable, describable, utterable
    • Usage: The model’s beauty is ineffable and has everyone tongue-tied.
  10. Axiomatic – evident without proof or argument

    • Synonyms: aphoristic, absolute, apothegmatic, undamental, indubitable
    • Antonyms: misunderstood, questionable, uncertain
    • Usage: It is axiomatic to write that we are living in an age of technology.

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9 Thoughts to “Editorials English Vocabulary Words Set 33”

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    thanku mam 🙂

  2. Yogi ji

    Mam give also meaning in hindi.

  3. Yogi ji

    Meaning bhi btaya kro mam

  4. Nazriya @ SBI PO

    thanq mam

  5. Divaker

    plesae share source to get these word and read articles

    1. Kuch to the hindu daily se hi rhte h. Editorials + in other news.
      Or economidt se. Uska subscription lena hota h after 3 reading articles

  6. wonder_boy

    Thanks 🙂

  7. sachin shukla@ my turn 2017


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