Learn English Vocabulary - SBI/IBPS/INSURANCE EXAMS - Competitive Exams - 10

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As you know that Vocabulary is the cornerstone of your English skills. Without a strong vocabulary, you can not implement the rules of English grammar.  Memorizing vocabulary may not be your favorite activity, but we have tried to create  plenty of ways to make it more fun. It will be helpful for upcoming exams like SBI PO, IBPS CWE, Upcoming Banking Exams , INSURANCE EXAMS and other Competitive Exams. Hope you would like the post!

Commodious – spacious, roomy
Compel – to force
Complicity – state of being an accomplice (partner) in a crime
Compliment – praise, an expression of esteem or approval
Concede – to give in, to surrender
Conciliatory – agreeable, friendly
Concoct – to cook up or invent
Concord - agreement
Conduit – a pipe, passage, channel
Confluence – a convergence, a coming together
Confound – to frustrate, confuse
Connotation – a meaning or association suggested by a word beyond its definition
Contusion – bruise, injury
Convalescence – the gradual return to health after illness
Copious – abundant, plentiful
Corpulent – very fat
Cosmopolitan – worldly, sophisticated
Credulity – readiness to believe
Cursory – unmethodical, brief to the point of being superficial
Daft – silly, insane, foolish
Daunting - intimidating
Dearth – lack, scarcity
Defame – to destroy the reputation of
Deft – skilled, adept
Defunct – no longer used or existing
Deleterious - harmful
Delude – to deceive, mislead
Deluge – a great flood or something that overwhelms like a flood
Derelict – run-down, abandoned
Desolate – deserted, lifeless
Despondent – discouraged, hopeless, depressed
Destitute - impoverished
Diaphanous – transparent, light, airy
Dictate – to pronounce, command, prescribe
Differentiate – to distinguish, to make different
Dilapidated – in a state of disrepair
Diligent – careful, hardworking
Diminish – to decrease or make smaller
Diminutive – miniature, small
Discrete – separate, distinct, individual
Disparage – to criticize, degrade, belittle
Dissonance – lack of harmony or agreement
Divergent – different, deviating, contrary
Diverse - varied
Divisive – causing conflict or opposition
Domicile – a residence, a home
Doppelganger – a ghostly double of a living person
Douse – to drench, saturate
Dutiful – careful to fulfill obligations
Dynamic – characterized by continuous change or activity
Elocution – the art of public speaking
Elucidate – to clarify
Empathetic – feeling another’s pain as one’s own
Empathy – the experience of another’s feelings as one’s own
Enervate – to weaken, make weary
Enervated – lacking energy, weakened, exhausted
Entity – something that exists as a discrete unit
Entomology - the study of insects
Envious – jealous
Erect – to construct, to raise
Erroneous – mistaken, incorrect
Espouse – to support  or to marry
Espy – catch sight of, glimpse
Ethereal – heavenly, exceptionally delicate or refined
Euphoric -  - elated, overjoyed
Exacerbate – to make more violent or intense
Excursion -  - a trip, an outing
Exemplary – serving as an example
Exigent  - critical, urgent
Existential – relating to existence
Exorbitant - excessive
Extol – to praise
Extravagant – excessive, over-the-top
Fabricate – to invent, make-up, concoct
Fabulist – a teller of fables; a liar
Facile - easy
Fallacious – incorrect, misleading
Familial – relating to family
Fatuous – silly, foolish
Fecund – fertile, fruitful
Feign – to fake or pretend
Feral – savage, wild, untamed
Fetter – to restrain, chain, tie
Fey – magical, vague, unworldly
Fickle – characterized by changeableness, whimsical
Figurative - symbolic
Firmament – the sky, the heavens
Flabbergasted – astounded, stupefied
Flaccid – limp
Flattery – compliments, sycophancy
Flout – to scorn, ignore, show contempt for
Fluctuate – to vary irregularly
Flux – a state of constant change or a flow
Forage – to rummage, scavenge, graze for food
Forestall – to delay, impede
Forlorn – lonely, hopeless
Formidable – arousing fear or alarm
Forsake – to abandon, forget
Fortify – to strengthen
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