The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS Clerk Based) | 17 -11 - 17

The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS Clerk Based) | 17 -11 - 17
1. REMIT (VERB)send

Synonyms: dispatch, consign

Antonyms: hold, retain

Example Sentence: He remitted the very idea of letting her go.
2. EBB (NOUN)regression

Synonyms: abatement, backflow

Antonyms: flow, growth

Example Sentence: She felt ebb in the pain.


Synonyms: daunting, dire

Antonyms: unimportant, trivial

Example Sentence: I had a formidable experience.

4.  INFURIATE (VERB): irritate

Synonyms: annoy, provoke

Antonyms: calm, appease

Example Sentence: She infuriated them.

5. GALLOP (VERB): hurry

Synonyms: trot, rush

Synonyms: be slow, halt

Example Sentence: He warned Jessica don't gallop through your speech.

6. INCUR (VERB)acquire

Synonyms: arouse, obtain

Antonyms: miss, lose

Example Sentence: I will pay any expenses incurred


Synonyms: grouchy, cantankerous

Antonyms: cheerful, nice

Example Sentence: Don’t be crotchety on such trivial matters.

8. ABSTAIN (VERB)refrain

Synonyms: shun, forgo

Antonyms: accept, allow

Example Sentence: He abstains from alcohol.

9. PIDDLE (VERB)be idle

Synonyms: dillydally, laze

Antonyms: energize, be active

Example Sentence: Don’t start piddling just get up and start work.


Synonyms: compose, cool headed

Antonyms: fidgety, impulsive

Example Sentence: He became more level headed afterwards.