SBI Clerk | NABARD | RRB | SSC || Vocabulary: 8

SBI Clerk | NABARD | RRB | SSC || Vocabulary: 8

Dear students. Here we are posting sample in Vocabulary., which is common for SBI, IBPS, RBI, LIC, NICL and other competitive exams.


Deem (Verb) past tense: deemed; past participle: deemed

Definition: regard or consider in a specified way. Synonyms: regard as, consider, judge, adjudge, hold to be

Usage: Many of these campaigns have been deemed successful.


Harp (Verb) gerund or present participle: harping Definition: talk or write persistently and tediously on (a particular topic).

Synonyms: keep on about, go on about, persist in talking about

Usage: Guys who are constantly harping on about the war.


Disruption (Noun)

Definition: disturbance or problems which interrupt an event, activity, or process.

Synonyms: disturbance, disordering, disarrangement, disarranging

Usage: He was exasperated at this disruption of his plans.


Scrutiny (Noun)

Definition: critical observation or examination. Synonyms: careful examination, inspection, survey, scan, study

Usage: Every aspect of local government was placed under scrutiny.


Prevalent (Adj)

Definition: widespread in a particular area or at a particular time.

Synonyms: widespread, prevailing, frequent, usual, common

Usage: The work attitudes still prevalent in the UK.


Opaque (Adj)

Definition: not able to be seen through; not transparent. Synonyms: non-transparent, cloudy, filmy, blurred, smeared

Usage: The bottle was made of opaque glass so that the contents could not be seen.


Encompasses (Verb)

Definition: surround and have or hold within. Synonyms: surround, enclose, ring, encircle, circumscribe, skirt

Usage: The ancient monument is encompassed by Hunsbury Country Park.


Verge (Noun) Definition: an edge or

Synonyms: edge, border, margin, side, brink, rim

Usage: They came down to the verge of the lake.


Absurd (Adj)

Definition: wildly unreasonable, illogical, or inappropriate.

Synonyms: preposterous, ridiculous, ludicrous, farcical

Usage: The allegations are patently absurd.


 Divest (Verb)

Definition: deprive someone of (power, rights, or possessions).

Synonyms: deprive, strip, dispossess, relieve Usage: Men are unlikely to be divested of power without a struggle

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