New English Words Synonyms & Antonyms For Preparing Exam 07 September 2018
1. TATTERED (ADJECTIVE): Ragged: (फाड़ डाला हुआ)
Synonyms: shabby, damaged
Antonyms: healed, mended
Example Sentence: He is wearing a torn shirt.
2. PREREQUISITE (ADJECTIVE): Essential: (जरूरी)
Synonyms: necessary, expedient
Antonyms: secondary, inessential
Example Sentence: Reading questions is prerequisite to solve the passage.
3. APPREHENSION (NOUN): Understanding: (ग्रहणशक्ति)
Synonyms: awareness, perception
Antonyms: ignorance, calmness
Example Sentence: Deep apprehension is required in solving the puzzle.
4. HOVER (VERB): Waver: (मंडराना)
Synonyms: drift, fly
Antonyms: rest, settle
Example Sentence: Clouds were hovering in the sky.
5. SENILE (ADJECTIVE): Aged : (बूढ़ा)
Synonyms: anile, decrepit
Antonyms: young, alert
Example Sentence: He was looking senile in pictures.
6. PROPAGANDA (NOUN): Information that is designed to mislead: (प्रचार)
Synonyms: disinformation, indoctrination
Antonyms: truth, facts
Example Sentence: That video which went viral was just his propaganda.
7. ENCAPSULATE (VERB): Encase: (डिब्बे में रखना)
Synonyms: enclose, cover
Antonyms: uncover, unwrap
Example Sentence: Robbers encapsulated all the cash.
9. VAGARY (NOUN): Usually a light hearted adventure: (मौज)
Synonyms: mischief, escapade
Antonyms: seriousness, gravity
Example Sentence: The little vagary at the mainland cost him life.
10 WAYLAY (VERB): Stop or interrupt (someone) : (ताक में रहना)
Synonyms: hold up, ambush
Antonyms: proceed, continue
Example Sentence: The police officer stepped in front of the distraught woman to waylay her before she reached the crime scene.