🔰The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams
1. CHAOTIC (ADJECTIVE): (अराजक): disorderly
Synonyms: disordered, disorganized
The political situation in the country was chaotic.
2. BRUTALITY (NOUN): (निर्दयता): savagery
Synonyms: cruelty, viciousness
Brutality against civilians shouldn’t be tolerated.
3. INCUR (VERB): (अपने ऊपर लेना): suffer
Synonyms: sustain, experience
I will pay any expenses that have been incurred.
4. MUTUAL (ADJECTIVE): (पारस्परिक): reciprocal
Synonyms: reciprocated, requited
A partnership should be based on mutual respect and understanding.
5. HOSTILITY (NOUN): (शत्रुता): antagonism
Synonyms: bitterness, malevolence
There is too much hostility towards all outsiders.
6. CONSTERNATION (NOUN): (बेचैनी): dismay
Synonyms: perturbation, anxiety
To her consternation her car didn’t start.
7. UNFORTUNATE (NOUN): (खेदजनक): regrettable
Synonyms: inappropriate, unsuitable
His unfortunate remark silenced everyone.
8. APPREHENSION (NOUN): (शंका): anxiety
Synonyms: angst, alarm
He felt sick with apprehension.
9. SECONDARY (ADJECTIVE): (अप्रधान): subordinate
Synonyms: lesser, lower
Luck plays a role, but it’s ultimately secondary to local knowledge.
10. DISENGAGE (VERB): (छुड़ाना): remove
Synonyms: detach, disentangle
I disengaged his hand from mine.
11. IGILANCE (ADJECTIVE): (जागरूकता): surveillance
Synonyms: attentiveness, attention
Security duties that demand long hours of vigilance.
12. EXORBITANT (ADJECTIVE): (अत्यधिक): extortionate
Synonyms: excessive, sky-high
Some hotels charge exorbitant rates for phone calls.
13. CONCRETE (ADJECTIVE): (ठोस): definite
Synonyms: specific, firm
I haven’t got any concrete proof of the killing.
14. DISBURSE (VERB): (व्यय करना): pay out
Synonyms: lay out, spend
$67 million of the pledged aid had already been disbursed.
15. INTRUSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (हस्तक्षेप करने वाले): intruding
Synonyms: invasive, obtrusive
The reporter asked an intrusive question.
16. REPARATION (NOUN): (मरम्मत): amends
Synonyms: restitution, redress
The courts required a convicted offender to make financial reparation to his victim.
17. PREVALENCE (NOUN): (प्रसार): currency
Synonyms: generality, pervasiveness
The prevalence of sunlight led to a restriction of the windows.
18. DISCREET (ADJECTIVE): (विचारशील): careful
Synonyms: circumspect, cautious
We made some discreet inquiries.
19. DEFUSE (VERB): (शांत करना): reduce
Synonyms: lessen, diminish
The scheme taught officers how to defuse potentially explosive situations.
20. DIFFUSE (ADJECTIVE): (बिखरा हुआ): diffused
Synonyms: scattered, dispersed
The diffuse community which centred on the church
21. BOTTLENECK (NOUN): (बाधा): jam
Synonyms: barrier, hindrance
Antonyms: aid, assistance
Animated films still face bottlenecks.
22. DEPLOY (VERB): (तैनात करना): post
Synonyms: move, move
The forces were deployed at strategic locations.
23. FOLLY (NOUN): (मूर्खता): foolishness
Synonyms: stupidity, idiocy
Antonyms: wisdom, intelligence
Talking unnecessarily is an act of folly.
24. MALEVOLENT (ADJECTIVE): (दुर्भावनापूर्ण): malicious
Synonyms: spiteful, evil-minded
Antonyms: benevolent, charitable
He smiled and looked at me with his malevolent eyes.
25. RHETORIC (NOUN): (भाषण कला): oratory
Synonyms: eloquence, power of speech
Antonyms: quiet, conciseness
He is using a common figure of rhetoric, hyperbole
26. ARROGATE (VERB): (हथियाना): seize
Synonyms: assume, take over
She arrogated the leadership role to herself.
27. CAPRICIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (मनमौजी): inconstant
Synonyms: fickle, unstable
Antonyms: stable, consistent
I am careful in speech words with people that have shown capricious behaviour.
28. INDISCREET (ADJECTIVE): (असावधानीपूर्ण): unwise
Synonyms: imprudent, irresponsible
Antonyms: careful, prudent
We made no indiscreet inquiries.
29. PERTURB (VERB): (घबड़ा देना): worry
Synonyms: upset, unsettle
Antonyms: reassure, calm
They were perturbed by her bold behaviour.
30. DETRIMENTAL (ADJECTIVE): (हानिकारक): dangerous
Synonyms: harmful, hurtful
Antonyms: benign, beneficial
Recent policies have been detrimental to the interests of many old people
31. DIFFUSE (ADJECTIVE): (तितर-बितर): verbose
Synonyms: wordy, prolix
The second argument between us was more diffuse.
32. DISSENT (NOUN): (मतभेद): disagreement
Synonyms: difference of opinion, argument
There was no dissent from this view.
33. INQUISITIVE (ADJECTIVE): (जिज्ञासु): curious
Synonyms: intrigued, interested
I do not like to seem inquisitive to anyone.
34. DISINTERESTED (ADJECTIVE): (निष्पक्ष): unbiased
Synonyms: unprejudiced, impartial
A banker is under an obligation to give disinterested advice.
35. MODERATE (ADJECTIVE): (मध्यम): average
Synonyms: modest, medium
Both of us walked at a moderate pace only.
36. STEEP (ADJECTIVE): (आकस्मिक): sharp
Synonyms: sudden, precipitate
The steep rise in unemployment.
37. SLUMP (VERB): (गिरना): flop
Synonyms: flump, collapse
Antonyms: stand up
She slumped against the cushions.
38. KEEN (ADJECTIVE): (उत्साही): eager
Synonyms: anxious, impatient
My friend is a keen gardener.
39. INDIGENOUS (ADJECTIVE): (स्वदेशी): native
Synonyms: aboriginal, local
We met indigenous people of Siberia.
40. GARNER (VERB): (संचित करना): gather
Synonyms: collect, accumulate
The police struggled to garner sufficient evidence.
41. INTERIM (ADJECTIVE): (अंतरिम): provisional
Synonyms: temporary, pro tem
An interim arrangement had been made.
42. DETERMINATION (NOUN): (दृढ़ निश्चय): resolution
Synonyms: resolve, will power
Those who succeed because of sheer grit and determination.
43. EMBRACE (NOUN): (अपना लेना): welcome
Synonyms: accept, take up
Besides traditional methods, artists are embracing new technology.
44. PROMPT (VERB): (उत्तेजित करना): give rise to
Synonyms: cause, occasion
The violence prompted a wave of refugees to flee the country.
45. PROFOUND (ADJECTIVE): (गहन): heartfelt
Synonyms: intense, keen
Profound feelings of sadness sorrounded us all.
46. DISQUIET (NOUN): (बेचैनी): unease
Synonyms: uneasiness, worry
There is too much disquiet about animal testing.
47. PERSPICACITY (NOUN): (चतुराई): shrewdness
Synonyms: discernment, perception
The perspicacity of her remarks was quite evident.
48. AGGRESSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (आक्रामक): hostile
Synonyms: belligerent, bellicose
He’s very uncooperative and aggressive.
49. MILD (ADJECTIVE): (हल्का): lenient
Synonyms: clement, light
Mild criticism is of no avail.
50. DEVOTION (NOUN): (निष्ठा): loyalty
Synonyms: faithfulness, fidelity
His devotion to duty never wavered.
51. STRATEGIC (ADJECTIVE): (रणनीतिक): planned
Synonyms: calculated, deliberate
Strategic planning for the organization is the responsibility of top management.
52. CONUNDRUM (NOUN): (पहेली): problem
Synonyms: difficulty, quandary
The experts had to face one of the most difficult conundrums.
53. SUPREMACY (NOUN): (वर्चस्व): ascendancy
Synonyms: predominance, primacy
The supremacy of the king always prevails.
54. LAUD (VERB): (प्रशंसा करना): praise
Synonyms: extol, hail
The obituary lauded him as a great statesman and soldier.
55. FACILITATE (VERB): (सुगम बनाना): ease
Synonyms: smooth, enable
Schools were located in the same campus to facilitate the sharing of resources.
56. EXHIBIT (VERB): (दिखाना): show
Synonyms: display, reveal
He could exhibit a saintlike calmness.
57. TACTICAL (ADJECTIVE): (चातुर्यपूर्ण): calculated
Synonyms: planned, plotted
In a tactical retreat, she moved into a hotel with her daughters.
58. PERPETUAL (ADJECTIVE): (निरंतर): everlasting
Synonyms: never-ending, eternal
Deep caves have perpetual darkness.
59. PARAMOUNT (ADJECTIVE): (सर्व-श्रेष्ठ): uppermost
Synonyms: supreme, chief
Staying on schedule is paramount to ensure confidence in the system.
60. CRISIS (NOUN): (संकट): catastrophe
Synonyms: calamity, cataclysm
The current economic crisis is unbearable.
61. MALICIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (दुर्भावनापूर्ण): spiteful
Synonyms: malevolent, hostile
He took a sort of malicious pleasure in irritating the monks.
62. ABYSMAL (ADJECTIVE): (अति-गहन): dreadful
Synonyms: awful, terrible
The quality of the work she does is abysmal.
63. VIOLATE (VERB): (उल्लंघन करना): contravene
Synonyms: breach, infringe
Antonyms: comply with
They had violated all the terms of a ceasefire.
64. REPRIEVE (VERB): (दण्डविराम): pardon
Synonyms: spare, acquit
Under the new regime, prisoners under sentence of death were reprieved.
65. SUBVERSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (विनाशक): disruptive
Synonyms: inflammatory, insurgent
He is a a subversive creature.
66. ANXIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (उत्सुक): eager
Synonyms: keen, desirous
The company was anxious to avoid any trouble.
67. RESTORE (VERB): (पुनर्स्थापित करना): reinstate
Synonyms: put back, replace
The government restored confidence in the housing market.
68. AID (NOUN): (सहायता): assistance
Synonyms: support, help
He saw the pilot slumped in his cockpit and went to his aid.
69. COMPACT (ADJECTIVE): (संक्षिप्त): concise
Synonyms: succinct, condensed
He gave a compact summary of the play.
70. SEIZE (VERB): (ज़ब्त करना): grab
Synonyms: grasp, snatch
Antonyms: let go of
She jumped up and seized his arm.
71. MALICIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (दुर्भावनापूर्ण): spiteful
Synonyms: malevolent, hostile
He had been found guilty of malicious damage.
72. INAUGURATE (VERB): (आरंभ करना): initiate
Synonyms: begin, start
Antonyms: wind up
He inaugurated a new policy of trade and exploration.
73. ANXIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (चिंतित): worried
Synonyms: concerned, apprehensive
She was extremely anxious about her exams.
74. RESUMPTION (NOUN): (पुनरारंभ): restart
Synonyms: restarting, reopening
The rain has stopped, but we’re still waiting for the resumption of the game.
75. NORMALITY (NOUN): (सामान्यता): routine
Synonyms: business as usual, order
The office gradually returned to a semblance of normality.
76. SEMBLANCE (NOUN): (दिखावा): appearance
Synonyms: approximation, show
She tried to force her thoughts back into some semblance of order.
77. SNARL (VERB): (फंसाना): tangle
Synonyms: entangle, entwine
The trailing lead got snarled up in a bramble bush.
78. SPECTRE (NOUN): (भूत): ghost
Synonyms: phantom, apparition
Antonyms: body, flesh
A dread of spectres and witches affected every aspect of daily life.
79. VETERAN (NOUN): (अनुभवी): old hand
Synonyms: old-timer, old stager
Napoleon was at the head of a veteran army.
80. EXPATRIATE (ADJECTIVE): (प्रवासी): emigrant
Synonyms: non-native, émigré
Expatriate workers are found everywhere.
81. INDICTMENT (NOUN): (अभियोग): charge
Synonyms: accusation, arraignment
It is an indictment for conspiracy.
82. SLAM (VERB): (आलोचना करना): criticize
Synonyms: find fault with, censure
The new TV soap was slammed as being cynical and irresponsible.
83. INUNDATE (VERB): (बाढ़ लाना): flood
Synonyms: deluge, overflow
The islands may be the first to be inundated as sea levels rise.
84. INTENT (ADJECTIVE): (दृढ़-संकल्प): determined
Synonyms: bent, set
The government was intent on achieving greater efficiency.
85. DETRIMENTAL (ADJECTIVE): (हानिकारक): harmful
Synonyms: damaging, injurious
Recent policies have been detrimental to the interests of many old people.
86. JEOPARDY (NOUN): (ख़तरा): peril
Synonyms: danger, risk
The whole peace process is in jeopardy.
87. BONHOMIE (NOUN): (खुशमिज़ाजी): geniality
Synonyms: conviviality, affability
He emits good humour and bonhomie.
88. EXUDE (VERB): (छोड़ना): discharge
Synonyms: release, emit
The beetle exude a caustic liquid.
89. DIVINE (ADJECTIVE): (दिव्य): godly
Synonyms: godlike, angelic
Heroes seldom have divine powers.
90. COLD SHOULDER (VERB): (रूखा व्यवहार करना): snub
Synonyms: ignore, slight
She was cold-shouldered by almost everyone.
91. WORRISOME (ADJECTIVE): (चिंताजनक): worrying
Synonyms: daunting, alarming
The situation were becoming worrisome day be day.
92. CONCEDE (VERB): (स्वीकार करना): admit
Synonyms: acknowledge, accept
I had to concede that I overreacted at his behaviour.
93. CONVENE (VERB): (बुलाना): summon
Synonyms: call, order
He had convened a secret meeting of military personnel.
94. SIGNIFICANTLY (ADVERB): (विशेषकर): notably
Synonyms: remarkably, outstandingly
Energy bills have increased significantly this year.
95. TROUBLED (ADJECTIVE): (चिंतित): anxious
Synonyms: worried, concerned
We felt very bad looking at her troubled face.
96. TERMINATE (VERB): (समाप्त करना): end
Synonyms: close, conclude
He was advised to terminate the contract.
97. REMOTE (ADJECTIVE): (असंभाव्य): unlikely
Synonyms: improbable, implausible
Chances of a lasting peace became even more remote.
98. REMISS (ADJECTIVE): (बेपरवाह): negligent
Synonyms: neglectful irresponsible
It would be very remiss of me not to pass on that information.
99. IMMUNE (ADJECTIVE): (बचा हुआ): resistant
Synonyms: not subject to, unsusceptible
They are immune from legal action.
100. FIASCO (NOUN): (असफलता): failure
Synonyms: disaster, catastrophe
His plans turned into a fiasco.
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