The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams

1. RECKLESS (ADJECTIVE): (लापरवाह): irresponsible

Synonyms: rash, careless

Antonyms: responsible

Example Sentence:

It would have been reckless just to drive on.

2. FAULTY (ADJECTIVE): (दोषपूर्ण): malfunctioning

Synonyms: broken, damaged

Antonyms: working

Example Sentence:

The car met with an accident due to a faulty brake.

3. ISOLATE (VERB): (अलग कर देना): separate

Synonyms: segregate, detach

Antonyms: integrate

Example Sentence:

The country has been isolated from the rest of the world.

4. APPALLING (ADJECTIVE): (भयावह): shocking

Synonyms: horrific, terrible

Antonyms: unalarming

Example Sentence:

The cat suffered appalling injuries during the attack.

5. POST (PREPOSITION): (उपरांत): subsequent to

Synonyms: after

Antonyms: before

Example Sentence:

American poetry post the 1950s hasn’t had the same impact.

6. SURVEILLANCE (NOUN): (निगरानी): observation

Synonyms: scrutiny, watch

Antonyms: carelessness

Example Sentence:

He found himself put under surveillance by British military intelligence.

7. DESPERATE (ADJECTIVE): (निराश): despairing

Synonyms: hopeless, anguished

Antonyms: cheerful.

Example Sentence:

A desperate emptiness had occupied him.

8. BETRAY (VERB): (धोखा देना): deceive

Synonyms: break faith with, double-cross

Antonyms: be loyal to

Example Sentence:

A double agent betrayed some 400 British and French agents to the Germans.

9. RESOLVE (NOUN) : (संकल्प) : determination

Synonyms: resolution

Antonyms: indecision

Example Sentence:

She received information that strengthened her resolve.

10. ZEALOUS (ADJECTIVE): (उत्साही): fervent

Synonyms: ardent, fervid

Antonyms: apathetic

Example Sentence:

The council was extremely zealous in the application of the regulations.

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