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SYNONYMS
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1. Admonish = usurp (reprove)
2. merry = gay
3. Alienate = estrange (isolate)
4. ins...
7. Nettle – annoy, irritate, vex
8. Impugn – hold responsible, charge, censure, accuse
9. Mulch
10. Tenacity – stubbornnes...
8. Divergent – different, deviating, conflicting
9. Jaded – world-weary, tired, lackluster, worn-out, exhausted, bored, fe...
Antonyms
1. Compose x disturb
2. Pristine x sullied
3. Turbid x limpid
4. Monetary x non-economical
5. Revere x threaten
6...
28. Diffident – shy, insecure, timid
29. Plaintive – mournful, sad, melancholic, nostalgic, lamenting
30. Insinuate – impl...
antonyms:
1. tractable
(i) objectionable (ii) enjoyable (iii) adaptable (iv) obstinate
2. covert
(i) manifest (ii) invisib...
21.Incontinent.
22.Nebulous
23.Paradox
24.Hidebound
25.Lacklustre
26.Moribund.
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Admonish : usurp
Meager :scanty
Aliena...
2. Alienate
Ans. Estrange
3. Solicit
Ans. To request
4.Heap
Ans. To pile
5.Cargo
Ans. Freight
6.Momentary
Ans. Transient
7...
Ans. Deflation, Depression, Devaluation, fall, slump in value
2. Deprecate
Ans. Feel and express disapproval of
3. Incenti...
Nebulous
Mundane
Icon
Brackish
Mollify
Deprecation
Equanimity
Transient
Miet
Gist
Gaudy
Contraband(ant)
Repellant(ant)
Awr...
Incompatible Choices-Indifferent, Faulty
Sentence completion
A passage is given with multiple blanks.
There was a passage ...
DIFFIDANT.
PLAINTIVE.
INCINUATE.
MISDEMEANOR.
EXONERATE.
GREGARIOUS.
ANATHEMATIZE.
BENIGN.
ATTENUATE.
SONOROUS.
BOLSTER.
D...
Mite
Gist
Gaudy
Contraband (ant)
Repellant (ant)
Awry
Coltish
Frugality-Economy
Repartee
Boisterous
Ungainly
Whimsical (an...
1. CIRCUMSPECT
(i)CONDITION (ii)INSPECT (iii)CAUTIOUS
(IV)RECKLESS
2. ABYSMAL
1.SLIGHT 2.DEEP
3. ILLUSTRIOUS
4. PROLIFIC
5...
27-32
READ THE PASSAGE AND ANSWER THE QUESTION
Vocabulary for TCS test
Word Meaning Synonyms Antonyms
Abysmal Adj. Bottoml...
serves to conceal or shelter something
Use: Investigations of CIA reveal that
such covert operations can get out of
contro...
impetus n. A force that moves something along,
incentive, stimulus Use: A new federal
highway program would create jobs an...
she had a stubborn streak of
independence
veer v. change in direction Use: After what
seemed to be en eternity, the wind
v...
1] Depreciation = deflation,depression,devaluation,fall,slump
2] Depricate = feel and express disapproval
3] Incentive = t...
49] Differential = having or showing or making use of
50] Distention = act out, stretching out ,swelling out
51] Litigatio...
22) Moribund = Dying, Expiring
23) Banal = Stale, Common place, Usual
24) Tarry = Delay
25) Misapprehension = Improper Und...
timid - lack of self confidence
VORACIOUS -ravenous, glutonous, insatiable, avid,
hungry, greedy
awry-crooked
Irksome -ann...
Verbal
ACUMEN
a. exactness
b. potential
c. shrewdness
d. bluntness
e. None of these
BEHEST
a. behavior
b. hold down
c. hol...
a. arrange
b. command
c. contribute
d. establish
e. control
FLORID
a. ornate
b. thriving
c. artistic
d. elegant
e. None of...
Syno:
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SYNONYMS & ANTONYMS
Pillage – steal , loot , plunder
Cleft - split , crack
Incesment –
Brazen - bold , shameless
Awry - sk...
SYNONYMS & ANTONYMS
Menial – unskilled,boring
Indigenous – native,original
Ambiguity
Foil – frustrate,halt
Antonyms:
Awry
...
SYNONYMS & ANTONYMS
24. estrange
25. clandestine
Antonym
1. loutish
2. prevaricate
3. Hilary
4. admonition
5. boonish
6. d...
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  1. 1. SYNONYMS ---------------------------- 1. Admonish = usurp (reprove) 2. merry = gay 3. Alienate = estrange (isolate) 4. instigate = incite 5. Dispel = dissipate (dismiss) 6. belief = conviction 7. Covet= crave (desire) 8. belated = too late 9. Solicit = beseech (seek) 10. brim = border 11. Subside = wane (drop) 12. renounce= reject 13. Hover = linger (stay close) 14. divulge = reveal 15. Heap = to pile (collect) 16. adhesive = bonding agent 17. Veer = diverge (turn) 18. hamper = obstruct 19. Caprice = whim (impulse) 20. to merit= to deserve 21. Stifle = suffocate (smother) 22. inert = passive 23. Latent = potential (inactive) 24. latitude = scope 25. Concur = acquiesce (accept) 26. momentary = transient 27. Tranquil = serene (calm) 28. overt = obvious 29. Lethargy = stupor (lazy) 30. volume = quantity 31. Furtive= stealthy (secret) 32. meager = scanty 33. Cargo = freight (load) 34. baffle = frustrate 35. Efface = obliterate (wipe out) 36. misery = distress 37. Pretentious = ostentatious (affected) 38. discretion = prudence 39. Compunction = remorse (regret) 40. amiable = friendly 41. Cajole = coax (wheedle – sweet talk) 42. incentive = provocation 43. Embrace = hug (hold-cuddle) 44. ovation = applause 45. Confiscate = appropriate (to take charge) 46. emancipate = liberate 47. Lament = mourn 48. penitence = to repeat 49. Obstinate = stubborn 50. acumen = exactness 51. Metamorphosis = transform 52. scrutiny = close examination 53. Annihilate = to destroy 54. fuse = combine 55. Whet = sharpen 56. behest = request 57. Adage = proverb TCS main Papers From Campus Recruitment at NIT Bhopal 003 Vocabulary Section: (Time : 28 mins) Synonyms - 1. Moribund – declining, dilapidated, waning 2. Repudiate – reject, disclaim, renounce, deny 3. ranslucent – transparent, semi- transparent, lucid, lucent, clear, see through 4. Mitigate- alleviates, lessen, ease, alley, tune down, dull, Assuage 5. Inundate – flood, overwhelm, swamp, submerge 6. Bilk – deceive, trick, swindle, con 1
  2. 2. 7. Nettle – annoy, irritate, vex 8. Impugn – hold responsible, charge, censure, accuse 9. Mulch 10. Tenacity – stubbornness, resolve, firmness, persistence, insistence, determination 11. Sobriety – temperance, moderation, abstemiousness, soberness 12. Degrade – shame, disgrace, mortify, humiliate 13. Hidebound - narrow-minded, conservative, prejudiced 14. Waif – stray, sole, thing 15. Hamper – basket, hinder 16. Retrograde – nostalgic, retrospective, traditional and conservative 17. Despondent – hopeless, low, dejected 18. Debacle – disaster, tragedy, catastrophe 19. Nebulous – vague, hazy, unformulated, tenuous 20. Inconsistent – conflicting, contradictory, unreliable , incompatible, inhoherent 21. Paradox – inconsistency, irony, absurdity Paper from Campus Recruitment in Jamshedpur 2003 synonym 1. dwindle – decrease, decline, fall, fall off, drop, drop off 2. efface - wipe out, obliterate, eradicate, destroy 3. inept – incompetent, inexpert, clumsy 4. infirmity - ill-health, sickness 5. candid- open, frank 6. dangle - hang, swing, sway Antonym 1. Irksome * pleasant 2. Jaunty * sorrowful, sad 3. Nebulous * precise 4. Misapprehension * comprehension * understanding 5. Obese * thin 6. Whimsical * ordinary Paper from Campus Recruitment in NIT Durgapur 2003 Synonym and antonym 1. Harbinger – forerunner, portent, indication 2. Cacophony – dissonance, disharmony 3. Divulge – reveal, disclose 4. Clutch – grasp, grab, clasp, hold 5. Acronym – short form, contraction, ellipsis 6. Illustrious – memorable, well–known, famous 7. Prolific – productive, abundant 2
  3. 3. 8. Divergent – different, deviating, conflicting 9. Jaded – world-weary, tired, lackluster, worn-out, exhausted, bored, fed up 10. Mien – appearance, demeanor 11. Mitigate – alleviate, ease, lessen, soften, allay, moderate 12. Ambitious – determined, grand, striving 13. Aberration – deviation, abnormality, eccentricity, oddness 14. Foray – raid, sortie, incursion, attack, venture 15. Denounce – condemn, accuse, criticize Campus Recruitment in Calicut REC 1997 VERBAL SECTION: Directions for questions 1-15:Find the synonyms of the following words. Synonyms: 1. Ponderous – heavy, tedious, cumbersome 2. Mundane – ordinary, dull, monotonous, dreary 3. Icon – image, idol, emblem, symbol 4. Brackish – salty, briny 5. Mollify – placate, pacify, calm, appease, soothe 6. Depreciation – reduction, decline 7. Equanimity – composure, poise, calmness, self-control 8. Gist – general idea, substance, essence 9. Gaudy – garish, flashy, extravagant, loud, showy, colorful 10. Awry – skewed, crooked, wrong 11. Repartee – banter, joking, word play 12. Boisterous – energetic, animated 13. Ungainly – clumsy, awkward, ungraceful, miserly, mean, inelegant, gawky 14. Whimsical – fanciful, unusual, quirky, capricious 15. Asperity – roughness, severity, brusqueness 16. Cavil – quibble, complain, niggle, split hairs, carp 17. Quixotic – idealistic, romantic, dreamy, unrealistic, impracticable 18. Profound – deep, intense, thoughtful, reflective, philosophical, weighty, insightful 19. Incorrigible - habitual, persistent, inveterate, hopeless 20. Musty – mildewed, moldy, stale, rank, fusty, stuffy 21. Waif – stray, thing, lose, urchin, orphan 22. Irk – displease, vex, annoy, trouble, bother, nag, rile 23. Interdict – prohibit, veto, injunction, bar, embargo 24. Cohere - hold together 25. Rupture - break 26. Moribund – dying, declining, waning 27. Décolleté – low necked, revealing 28. Callow – inexperienced, immature, youthful 29. Balmy – mild, clement, pleasant 30. recalcitrant – unruly, disobedient, obstinate, stubborn 31. guile – cunningness, deviousness, slyness, cleverness, wiliness, astuteness 3
  4. 4. Antonyms 1. Compose x disturb 2. Pristine x sullied 3. Turbid x limpid 4. Monetary x non-economical 5. Revere x threaten 6. Hamper x facilitate 7. Transient x permanence 8. Fascinate x mundane 9. Fickle x loyal 10. Contraband x legal goods 11. Repellent x attractive 12. Slur x grace 13. Protean x constant 14. Hidebound x broadminded 15. Precipitate x dilatory/contradictory SYNONYMS AND ANTONYMS. 1. Censure – fault, criticize 2. Optimum – best, most favorable 3. Candid – frank, open, blunt, upfront, forth-right 4. Cite – quote, name, mention, refer to, allude to 5. Effusive – demonstrative, fussy, talkative, overenthusiastic, vociferous, extroverted 6. Voluble – articulate, vociferous, talkative 7. Banal – commonplace, trivial, predictable, trite, hackneyed ,unoriginal 8. Standing – rank, permanent, position, duration, status, reputation, eminence 9. Nascent – budding, emerging, blossoming, embryonic 10. Clutch – grasp, grab, hold 11. Generic – general, basic, common 12. Empirical – experimental, pragmatic, practical 13. Anomaly – irregularity, glitch, difference 14. Circuitous – roundabout, twisty, meandering, indirect, winding, tortuous 15. Surveillance – observation, watch, shadowing 16. Objective – aim, impartial, real, purpose, goal 17. Raucous – rough, wild, hoarse, guttering 18. Voracious – insatiable, avid, hungry, big, rapacious, greedy 19. Pedigree – rare-breed, full-blooded, lineage 20. Fidelity – loyalty, reliability 21. Augment – supplement, boost, add to, bump up 22. Precarious – unstable, shaky, risky, uncertain 23. Derogatory – disparaging, critical, insulting, offensive 24. Onus – responsibility, burden, obligation, duty 25. Analogous - similar, akin, related 26. Expedient – measure, convenient, device, maneuver 27. Compliance – fulfillment, obedience 4
  5. 5. 28. Diffident – shy, insecure, timid 29. Plaintive – mournful, sad, melancholic, nostalgic, lamenting 30. Insinuate – imply, suggest, make-out, ingratiate yourself 31. Misdemeanor – wrong, sin, crime, offense 32. Exonerate – clear, forgive, absolve 33. Gregarious – outgoing, extroverted, sociable, expressive, unreserved 34. Benign – kind, benevolent, compassionate 35. Attenuate – satisfy, calm, soothe, ease 36. Sonorous – loud, deep, resonant, echoing 37. Bolster – boost, strengthen, reinforce, encourage 38. Heterodox – unorthodox, dissenting, contrary to accepted belief, heretical, deviating 39. Restiveness – impatience, restlessness, nervousness 40. Effigy – image, statue, model 41. Retrograde – retrospective, traditional, conservative, nostalgic,forward looking(antonym) 42. Sacrosanct – sacred, holy, revered 43. Dangle – hang down, sway, droop, swing, suspend 44. Cryptic – mysterious, enigmatic, puzzling, hidden 45. Debilitate – incapacitate, weaken, hamper, encumber, hinder 46. Divulge – reveal, disclose 47. Spendthrift – wastrel, squanderer, compulsive shopper 48. Indigenous –native, original, local 49. Erroneous – mistaken, flawed, incorrect 50. Minion – follower, subordinate, underling, gofer 51. Veracity – reality, truth, sincerity VERBAL REASONING SYNONYMS: 1. circumspect (i) condition (ii) inspect (iii) cautious (iv) reckless 2. abysmal - terrible (i) slight (ii) deep (iii) illustrious (iv) prolific 3. diligent – hardworking, industrious, meticulous, careful (i) intelligent (ii)….. (iii)…… (iv)…… 4. vehement (i) passionate (ii) confesy (iii) noisy (iv) moqulis 5. impetus (i) connect (ii) crucial (iii) stimulus (iv) immediate 6. acronym (i) abbreviation (ii) similar 7. disseminate (i) forecast (ii) spread (iii) bransp 8. harbinger (i) naval (ii) uncommon (iii) fore runner (iv) glory 5
  6. 6. antonyms: 1. tractable (i) objectionable (ii) enjoyable (iii) adaptable (iv) obstinate 2. covert (i) manifest (ii) invisible (iii) scared (iv) alter 3. pensive (i) repentent (ii) sad (iii) thoughtless (iv) careless 4. mitigate (i) aggravate (ii) relieve (iii) eleminate (iv) exhuman 5. divergent (i) contrary (ii) coming together (iii) conversant (iv) controversy 6. dogmatic (i) sceptical (ii) resilient (iii) stubborn (iv) suspicious 7. clutch (i) hold (ii) grab (iii) release (iv) spread 8. motley (i) bulky (ii) speckled (iii) homogeneous (iv) different 9. relinquish (i) pursue (ii) vanquish (iii) destroy (iv) devastate 10. transient (i) permanent (ii) removed Papers From Campus Recruitment at NIT Bhopal 2003 You can refer to Barron’s most frequently used words list for a close recap. Vocabulary Section: Work out the synonyms, antonyms of: -(time 28 mins) 1. Physiognomy 2. Repudiate 3. Translucent 4. Mitigate 5. Inundate 6. Bilk 7. Nettle 8.Impugn 9.Mulch 10. Tenacity 11. Sobriety 12. Degrade 13. Misanthrope 14.Waif 15.Hamper 16.Retrograde 17.Despondent 18. Debacle 19.Tarry 6
  7. 7. 21.Incontinent. 22.Nebulous 23.Paradox 24.Hidebound 25.Lacklustre 26.Moribund. Paper from Campus Recruitment in Jamshedpur 2003 synonym dwindle efface indiginity inept infirmity candid dangle Antonym restivness Irksome Jaunty Nebulous Misapprehension Obese Obloguy Paper from Campus Recruitment in NIT Durgapur 2003 Synonym and antonym Harbinger Cacophony Divulge Clutch Acronym Illustrious Prolific Divergent Jaded Miet Mitigate Ambitious Aberration Transient(an)-permanence Buxom Foray Denounent One student got 7-8 words starting with “A” from high frequency word list.(barron’s guide) Campus Recruitment in Jadavpur university1999 SECTION I VOCABULARY (SYNONYMS) TIME :15 Min. MARKS: 20. DIRECT ANSWERS : 7
  8. 8. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Freshersworld.com Admonish : usurp Meager :scanty Alienate : estrange Merry : gay Brim : Boarder obstinate : stubborn Pretention:pretentioius Tranquil:serene solicit : urge subside : wane furtive :stealthy misery : disstress volume :quantity veer : diverge stifle : suffocate, suppress, choke adhesive : bonding agent, glue, gum Hamper : obstruct belief : conviction lament : wail to merit :to deserve incentive : motivation, encouragement, spur inert: passive Baffle : Frustrate Confiscate : appropriate Covet : crave Caprice : whim Concur :acquiesce Cargo :freight Dispel : Scatter Divulge : reveal, disclose Discretion: prudence Emancipate : liberate Efface : obliterate Hover : linger Heap : to pile Instigate : incite latitude : scope latent : potential lethargy : stupor momentary : transient Campus Recruitment in Calicut REC 1997 VERBAL SECTION Directions for questions 1-15:Find the synonyms of the following words Freshersworld.com 1. Merry Ans. Gay,Happy 8
  9. 9. 2. Alienate Ans. Estrange 3. Solicit Ans. To request 4.Heap Ans. To pile 5.Cargo Ans. Freight 6.Momentary Ans. Transient 7. Volume Ans.Quantity 8.Veer Ans.Diverge 9.Dispel Ans.Dissipate 10.Admonish Ans.Cautious 11.Meager Ans.Scanty 12.Latitude Ans.Scope 13.Latent Ans.Potential 14.Covet Ans.Crave 15.Discretion Ans. Prudence Papers Got from Students Who gone for Campus Interviews VERBAL SECTION Directions for questions 1-15:Find the synonyms of the following words Freshersworld.com 1. Depreciation 9
  10. 10. Ans. Deflation, Depression, Devaluation, fall, slump in value 2. Deprecate Ans. Feel and express disapproval of 3. Incentive Ans. Thing one encourages a person to do something 4. Echelon Ans. Level of authority or responsibility 5. Innovation Ans.To make changes or introduce new things 6. Intermittant Ans. Externally stopping and then starting 7. Detrimental Ans.Harmful 8. Aberration Ans. Deviation 9. Conciliation Ans.To make less angry or more friendly 10. Orthodox Ans.Conventional or superstitious 11. Fallible Ans.Liable to err 12. Volatile Ans.Ever changing 13. Manifestion Ans.Clear or obvious 14. Connotation Ans. Suggest in addition to the fundamental meaning 15. Reciprocal Ans. Reverse, Opposite Verbal :(ref Barrons) (Synonyms and Antonyms) Freshersworld.com Ponderous Hamper 10
  11. 11. Nebulous Mundane Icon Brackish Mollify Deprecation Equanimity Transient Miet Gist Gaudy Contraband(ant) Repellant(ant) Awry Goltish Frugality-Economy Repartee Boisterous Ungainly Whimsical(ant&syn) Asperity Cavil Quixotic Profound Incorrigible Musty Waif Irk Interdict-prohibit Cohere-hold together Rupture-break Moribund-dying Décolleté-low necked Callow-youthful Repugnane Compose x disturb Pristine x sullied Turbid x limpid Precipitate x dilatory/contradictory Freshersworld.com Revere x threaten Hamper x facilitate Slur x Protean x Fascinate x mundane Fickle x loyal Synergy x Hidebound Monetary 11
  12. 12. Incompatible Choices-Indifferent, Faulty Sentence completion A passage is given with multiple blanks. There was a passage abt Artists,abt Money mgmt,abt Cleanliness…… SYNONYMS AND ANTONYMS. WHIMSICAL CENSURE. OPTIMUM. MISAPPREHENSION. CANDID TORSE. CITE. EFFUSIVE. IRRADIATE. TENACIOUS VOLUBLE. BANAL. RUPTURE. STANDING. NASCENT. TRANSIENT. CLUTCH. GENERIC. EMPIRICAL. ANOMALY. CIRCUITOUS. HAMPER. SURVEILLANCE. OBJECTIVE. RAUCOUS. VORACIOUS. PEDIGREE. FIDELITY. AUGMENT. PRECARIOUS. TRANSIENT. ALACRITY. DEROGATORY. ONUS. ANALOGUE. EXPEDIENT. ANALOGOUS. ASSUAGE. COMPLIANCE. IRRADIATE. 12
  13. 13. DIFFIDANT. PLAINTIVE. INCINUATE. MISDEMEANOR. EXONERATE. GREGARIOUS. ANATHEMATIZE. BENIGN. ATTENUATE. SONOROUS. BOLSTER. DIVERGENT. DECOLLATE HETERODOX RESTIVENESS IGNONIMOUS. PLAGARIOUS. EFFIGY. TENACIOUS. RETROGADE. SACROSANCT. DANGLE. ANOMALY. CRYPTIC. DEBILIATE. DIVULGE. SCEPTIC. SPENDTHRIFT. INDIGENOUS. ERRONIUS. RUPTURE. MINION. VERACITY. balmy-mild recalcitrant-stubborn guile-deci Ponderous Hamper Nebulous Mundane Icon Brackish Mollify Deprecation Equanimity Transient 13
  14. 14. Mite Gist Gaudy Contraband (ant) Repellant (ant) Awry Coltish Frugality-Economy Repartee Boisterous Ungainly Whimsical (ant&syn) Asperity Cavil Quixotic Profound Incorrigible Musty Waif Irk Interdict-prohibit Cohere-hold together Rupture-break Moribund-dying Décolleté-low necked Callow-youthful Repugnance Compose x disturb Pristine x sullied Turbid x limpid Precipitate x dilatory/contradictory Revere x threaten Hamper x facilitate Slur x Protean x Fascinate x mundane Fickle x loyal Synergy x Hidebound Monetary Incompatible Choices-Indifferent, Faulty VERBAL REASONING SYNONYMS: --------------- 14
  15. 15. 1. CIRCUMSPECT (i)CONDITION (ii)INSPECT (iii)CAUTIOUS (IV)RECKLESS 2. ABYSMAL 1.SLIGHT 2.DEEP 3. ILLUSTRIOUS 4. PROLIFIC 5. DILIGENT 1.INTELLIGENT 2..... 6. VEHEMENT 1.PASSIONATE 2.CONFESY 3.NOISY 4.MOQULIS 7. IMPETUS 1.CONNECT 2. CRUCIAL 3.STIMULUS 4. IMMEDIATE 8. ACRONYM 1. ABBREVIATION 2. SIMILAR 9. DISSEMINATE 1.FORECAST 2.SPREAD 3.BRANSP 10. HARBINGER 1.NAVAL 2. UNCOMMON 3.FORE RUNNER 4.GLORY ANTONYMS: ----------------- 11. TRACTABLE 1.OBJECTIONABLE 2.ENJOYABLE 3.ADAPTABLE 4.OBSTINATE 12. COVERT 1.MANIFEST 2.INVISIBLE 3.SCARED 4.ALTER 13. PENSIVE 1.REPENTENT 2.SAD 3. THOUGHTLESS 4.CARELESS ANS: 3 14. MITIGATE 1.AGGRAVATE 2.RELIEVE 3.ELEMINATE 4.EXHUMAN 15. DIVERGENT 1.CONTRARY 2.COMING TOGETHER 3.CONVERSANT 4.CONTROVERSY 16. DOGMATIC 1.SCEPTICAL 2.RESILIENT 3.STUBBORN 4.SUSPICIOUS 17. CLUTCH 1. HOLD 2. GRAB 3.RELEASE 4.SPREAD 18. MOTLEY 1.BULKY 2. SPECKLED 3.HOMOGENEOUS 4.DIFFERENT 19. RELINQUISH 1.PURSUE 2.VANQUISH 3.DESTROY 4.DEVASTATE 20. TRANSIENT 1.PERMANENT 2.REMOVED 20- 26 FILL IN THE APPROPRIATE SENTENCES BETWEEN THE PASSAGE 15
  16. 16. 27-32 READ THE PASSAGE AND ANSWER THE QUESTION Vocabulary for TCS test Word Meaning Synonyms Antonyms Abysmal Adj. Bottomless Use : His arrogance is exceeded only by his abysmal ignorance Terrible, awful, dreadful, appalling, very bad, Superb acronym n. A word formed by the initial letters of a multi-word name Contraction, ellipsis, admonish v. warn strongly, reprove Use: He admonished his listeners to change their wicked ways Reprove, reprimand, chide, rebuke, usurp Approve Circumspect v. Investigation before acting, Use: She tried always to be circumspect Cutious, prudent, careful, guarded, wary, judicious, vigilant, reckless Conciliation n. the act of placating Appeasement, pacification, propitiation Incitement Connotation n. Suggested or implied meaning of an expression. Use: Foreigners frequently are unaware of the connotations of the words they use. Nuance, suggestion, implication, undertone, overtone, subtext, covert Adj. secret or hidden, not openly practiced or vowed n. a covering that Clandestine, concealed, stealthy, underground, Open 16
  17. 17. serves to conceal or shelter something Use: Investigations of CIA reveal that such covert operations can get out of control copse, wood, thicket Covetous Adj. avaricious, eagerly desirous of Use: The child was covetous by nature and wanted to take the toys belonging to his classmates envious, jealous, desirous, greedy Generous, temperate Deprecate v. express disapproval of, protest against, belittle Use: A firm believer of old-fashioned courtesy, Miss Post, deprecated the modern tendency to address new acquaintances by their first names. Denounce, deplore, condemn, censure, denigrate, decry, belittle. Approve Diligence n. care and perseverance in carrying out tasks. Use : Her employers were greatly impressed by her diligence and offered her a partnership in the firm Hard-working, assiduousness, meticulousness, conscientiousness, painstakingness Laziness, carelessness, negligence Discretion n. ability to adjust action to circumstances Use: Use your discretion in this matter and do not discuss the matter with anyone. Prudence, caution, acumen, predilection, sagacity, wariness, volition Indiscretion dispel v. scatter, drive away, cause to vanish Use: The bright sunlight eventually dispelled the morning mist Disperse Attract Dissemination v. Opening to public discussion or debate, the act of spreading something, Use:By their use of the internet, propagandists, have been able to disseminate their pet doctrines to new audiences around the globe Broadcasting, diffusion, propagation, Dogmatic Adj. Opinionated Use: We tried to discourage him from being so dogmatic, but nothing could convince him that his opinions might be wrong Arbitrary, doctrinal, unbending, inflexible, authoritarian, Flexible echelon n. A body of troops arranged in a line Level, stratum, rank, height fallible Adj. Liable to err. Use: I Know I am fallible, but I feel confident that I am right this time Imperfect, unsound, mortal, weak, frail, Perfect Harbinger n. an indication of the approach of something or someone, forerunner v. fore shadow or presage Use: The crocus is an early harbinger of spring Forerunner, herald, potent, omen, illustrious Adj. Widely known and esteemed Memorable, well- known, famous Inglorious, shameful 17
  18. 18. impetus n. A force that moves something along, incentive, stimulus Use: A new federal highway program would create jobs and will give added impetus to our economic recovery Momentum, thrust, motivation inertia Intermittent Adj. Periodic Use: The outdoor wedding reception had to be shifted indoor to avoid the intermittent showers that fell on and of all afternoon. Alternating, sporadic Constant Latent Adj. Potentially existing, but not presently evident or realized Use: Polaroid pictures are popular at the parties because you can see the latent photographic image gradually appear before your eyes Dormant, embryonic, suppressed, undeveloped, Overt Latitude n. freedom from narrow limitations Use: I think you have permitted your son too much latitude in this manner Leeway, freedom, autonomy, liberty, room, rope Manifestation n. outward demonstration, indication Use: Mozart’s early attraction to the harpsichord was the first manifestation of his pronounced musical bent Sign, demonstration, expression, symptom, mitigate v. lessen or try to lessen the seriousness or extent of Use: Nothing he could do to mitigate her anger, she refused to forgive him Appease, alleviate, allay, assuage, mollify, extenuate, palliate Aggrevate, exacerbate motley Adj. Multicolored or mixed Use: he wore a motley tunic, red and green and blue and gold all patched together haphazardly Assorted, diversed, mixed, dissimilar, Uniform, homogenous, monochrome pensive Adj. Dreamily thoughtful, thoughtful with a hint of sadness Use: The pensive lover gazed at the portrait of his beloved and sighed deeply. Brooding, pondering, meditative, contemplative prolific Adj. Abundantly fruitful Use: She was a prolific writer, who produced as meany as three books a years Productive, abundant, fecund Unproductive, scarce relinquish v. give up something with reluctance, yield Use: once you get used to fringes like expense account meal and company car, it is very difficult to relinquish them Surrender, renounce, abandon, repudiate, cede, Vanquish, retain, solicit v. request earnestly, seek Use: The Mayor telephoned all the member of the city council to solicit their votes Importune, implore, crave, beseech, Grant tractable Adj. Docile, easily managed, susceptible to suggestion Use: Although Susan seemed to be a tractable young woman, Obedient, dutiful, well- mannered Disobedient, intractable 18
  19. 19. she had a stubborn streak of independence veer v. change in direction Use: After what seemed to be en eternity, the wind veered to the east and the storm abated Turn, swerve Vehement Adj. Forceful, intensely emotional; with marked vigor Use: He became so Vehement in describing what had happened with him that he started jumping up and down Fervent, passionate, Apathetic Caprice n. whim, a sudden desire. Use: She was an unpredictable creature, acting on caprice, never taking thought of consequences Whim, impulse, quirk, fad, fancy, notion stifle v. suppress, extinguish, inhibit Use: Halfway through the boring picture, Laura gave up trying to stifle he yawns. Smother, asphyxiate, choke, suffocate, strangle, curb, restrain, repress, Let out concur v. agree Use: Did you concur with the decision of the court or did you find it unfair? Agre, harmonize, coincide, assent, acquiesce Conflict, resist lethargy v. lack of vitality or energy Use: A complete days work left him in a state of lethargy Stupor, indolence, weariness Get-up-and- go Furtive Adj. stealthy, sneaky, secret and sly or sordid Use: noticing the furtive glance the customer gave the diamond bracelet on the counter, the jeweler wondered whether he had a potential shoplifter in his hands Surreptitious, clandestine open efface v. wipe out or make dim Use: The coin had been handled so many times that its date had been effaced Obliterate, eradicate, Engrave Pretentious Adj. Intended to attract notice and impress others, making unjustified claims, overambitious Use: The other prize winner isn’t wearing her medal.; isn’t it a bit pretentious of you to wear yours? Ostentatious, pompous, conceited Down-to- earth compunction n. a feeling of deep regret (usually of some misdeed) Use: The judge was especially sever in his sentencing as the criminal had shown no compunction for his heinous crime Regret, scruple, qualm, guilt, reluctance, hesitation, confiscate 19
  20. 20. 1] Depreciation = deflation,depression,devaluation,fall,slump 2] Depricate = feel and express disapproval 3] Incentive = thing one encourages one to do 4] Echelon = level of authority or responsibility 5] Innovation = make changes or introduce new things 6] Intermittant = externally stopping and then starting 7] Detrimental = harmful 8] Mesotiate = ... 9] Conciliation = make less angry or more friendly 10] Orthodox = conventional or superstitious 11] Fallible = liable to err 12] Volatile = ever changing 13] Manifestion = clear or obvious 14] Connotation = 15] Reciprocal = reverse, opposite 16] Agrarian = related to agriculture 17] Vacillate = undecided or dilemma 18] Experdent = fitting proper , desirable 19] Simulate = produce artificially resembling an existing one 20] Access = to approach 21] Compensation= salary 22] Truncate = shorten by cutting 23] Adherance = stick 24] Heterogenous = non-similar things 25] Surplus = excessive 26] Assess = determine the amount or value 27] Cognezance = knowledge 28] Retrospective = review 29] Naive = innocent , rustic 30] Equivocate = tallying on both sides 31] Postulate = frame a theory 32] Latent = dormant, secret 33] Fluctuate = wavering 34] Eliminate = to reduce 35] Affinity = strong liking 36] Expedite = hasten 37] Console = to show sympathy 38] Adversary = opposition 39] Affable = lovable, approachable 40] Decomposable = rotten 41] Agregious = apart from crowd, especially bad 42] Conglomeration = group 43] Aberration = deviation 44] Erudite = wise, profound 45] Augury = prediction 46] Credibility = ability to common belief, quality of being credible 47] Coincident = incidentally 48] Constituent = accompanying 20
  21. 21. 49] Differential = having or showing or making use of 50] Distention = act out, stretching out ,swelling out 51] Litigation = engaging in a law suite 52] Moratorium = legally or officially determined period of delay before the fulfillment of the agreement or payment of debts 53] Negotiate = discuss or bargain 54] Preparation = act of preparing 55] Preponderant = superiority of power or quality 56] Relevance = quality of being relevant 57] Apparatus = appliance 58] Ignorance = blindness or inexperience 59] Obsession = complex enthusiasm 60] Precipitate = Quicken. Synonyms 1) Choleric = Hot Tempered, Irritate 2) Waif = Urchin, Abandoned Person 3) Florid = Ornate, Showy 4) Servility = Surrender 5) Tepid = Luke warm, Half hearted 6) Melee = Fight, Combat 7) Aplomb = Self-confidence, composure 8) Mawkish = Over emotional, weepy 9) Voracious = Hungry, eager, greedy 10) Cliché = Commonplace, Truism 11) Pithy = Strong 12) Celibacy = Chastity, State of not being married 13) Retrograde = Worsen, Move backward 14) Foil = metal sheet, Layer of aluminum paper 15) Chaste = Pure, Modest 16) Furtive = Secret, Stealthy 17) Paradox = Contradiction 18) Alacrity = Eagerness, Readiness 19) Remiss = Careless 20) Repartee = Witty Report 21) Mundane = Normal 21
  22. 22. 22) Moribund = Dying, Expiring 23) Banal = Stale, Common place, Usual 24) Tarry = Delay 25) Misapprehension = Improper Understanding 26) Cleft = Split 27) Virulent = Poisonous, Dangerous 28) Indulgent = Obliging, Complaint 29) Tantamount = Equivalent 30) Repudiate = Reject, Deny, Renounce 31) Reprobate = Degenerate 32) Acclivity = an upward slope 33) Baneful= Destructive, Harmful 34) Chide = Scold 35) Circuitous = Indirect in action or language 36) Churlish = Brutish, Cruel, Rude 37) Latitude = Freedom, Liberty 38) Jettison= throw away, get rid of Antonyms 1) Mollify × Enrage, Provoke 2) Inundate × Drain 3) Equanimity × Agitation 4) Gauche × Tactful 5) Exhume × Inter 6) Baleful × Beneficent 7) Anathematize × Bless 8) Enigmatic × Unambiguous 9) Pariah × Idol 10) Turbid × Limpid 22
  23. 23. timid - lack of self confidence VORACIOUS -ravenous, glutonous, insatiable, avid, hungry, greedy awry-crooked Irksome -annoying, tiresome,exaspirating remonstrate - protest; whimsical -capricious, un-predictable, unusual retrograde -move backward,degenerate. veracious - truthfull glib - fluent rubble - broken stone. quixotic - extravagantly idealistic; impractical ameliorate - improve misanthrope - hater of humanity, pessimist platitude - trite remark Foray -raid,incursion,venture,sortie,attack,assault scatny - meager,insufficient Frugality - Economy multilingal - many languages arid - dry cognizant - knowledge latitude - freedom from narrow limitations inimical - adverse,hostile cliche - trite _expression 23
  24. 24. Verbal ACUMEN a. exactness b. potential c. shrewdness d. bluntness e. None of these BEHEST a. behavior b. hold down c. hold up d. relieve e. condemn DISCRETION a. prudence b. consistency c. precipice d. disturbance e. distemper ORDAIN MORTIFY a. make a cavity b. displease c. humiliate d. relapse e. murder ADAGE a. advice b. proverb c. enlargement d. advantage e. usage TO DISPEL a. to dissipate b. to dissent c. to distort d. to disfigure e. to dissect ERRATIC ABODE a. clay b. obstacle c. dwelling d. bind e. to beguile POTENTIAL a. latent b. hysterical c. conventional d. symmetrical e. conscientious EXTRICATE a. terminate b. isolate c. liberate d. simplify e. frustrate DISPARITY 24
  25. 25. a. arrange b. command c. contribute d. establish e. control FLORID a. ornate b. thriving c. artistic d. elegant e. None of these PENITENCE a. liking b. insightful c. attractive d. penetrable e. compunction WHET a. stimulate b. humorous c. inculate d. dampen e. None of these INCENTIVE a. reflex b. amplitude c. inflection d. provocation e. escutcheon LATITUDE a. scope b. segment c. globule d. legislature e. lamentation a. unromantic b. free c. popular d. steady e. unknown TO MERIT a. to embrace b. to devote c. to deserve d. to combine e. to display RAPT a. lively b. concealed c. engrossed d. prototype e. None of these TO HEAP a. to pile b. to forbid c. to proceed d. to share e. to stoop CAJOLE a. coax b. motivate c. profound d. mollify e. evade OVULATE a. penury b. immunize c. fertilize d. reproduce e. incisions a. inequality b. impartiality c. unfairness d. twist e. None of these TO CONFISCATE a. to harass b. to repulse c. to console d. to appropriate e. to congregate PIOUS a. historic b. devout c. multiple d. fortunate e. authoritative LETHARGY a. reminiscence b. category c. fallacy d. unanimity e. stupor CARGO a. cabbage b. camel c. lance d. freight e. flax OVATION a. oration b. gesture c. emulation d. applause e. nourish 25
  26. 26. Syno: 26
  27. 27. SYNONYMS & ANTONYMS Pillage – steal , loot , plunder Cleft - split , crack Incesment – Brazen - bold , shameless Awry - skewed , twisted , crooked Remiss – careless , negligent Defection - desertion Ensue - follow Avid - keen , eager Rupidiate Repudiate - reject,deny Gauche - clumsy, vulgar Intrinsic - essential Gaudy – flashy , showy Hidebound – narrow minded Incognitent - Intermittent – irregular,broken Clastrophobia - fear Contraband – illegal trade Pagm concealed rapt Voracious – avid,hunger,greedy Seedy – sleazy,seamy Omniscience – knowing all Diatribe – attack,criticism Slack - loose, relaxed Felicitous – fortunate,luck Relish – enjoy,savor Aloofness – unfriendliness, remoteness Ambiguity - unknown Pattry Baleful – threatening, malevolent Pattry Baleful – threatening, malevolentLapidarian Gambol - skip High handed – dominant,imperious Retrospection - perception Antithe Pagan Genuflect – kneel,bow coerce – force,compel Indubitably – undoubtedly, certainly Extraneous – irrelevant , unrelated Corpulent – fat,pump Transient – momentary Spurious – false,fake Whimsical - fancy Braggadocio - Chimerical Callow – inexperience,naive 27
  28. 28. SYNONYMS & ANTONYMS Menial – unskilled,boring Indigenous – native,original Ambiguity Foil – frustrate,halt Antonyms: Awry Consensus * disagreement Retrograde * forward looking Galleon Chide * praise Depravity * goodness,righteousness Paradox * consistency Stilted * natural Levity * gravity Fritty Genry Synonym 1. Insimate 2. Banal 3. misdemeanour 4. bombastic 5. tenacious 6. repellent 7. ensue 8. reprobate 9. acerbity 10. gambol 11. ameliorate 12. confiscate 13. quixotic 14. foray 15. fidelity 16. inimical 17. stoic 18. haggard 19. cacophony 20. discord 21. fledgling 22. incongruous 23. ingenious 28
  29. 29. SYNONYMS & ANTONYMS 24. estrange 25. clandestine Antonym 1. loutish 2. prevaricate 3. Hilary 4. admonition 5. boonish 6. dangle 7. spur 8. apex 9. aplomb 10. veracious 11. cliché 12. muggy 13. bouillon 14. incocus 15. proximity 16. indement 17. whimsical 18. distal 19. transient 20. predominant 21. mockish 22. misanthrope 23. miscanprehencia 24. doltish 25. mullet 26. gadfly 27. ignominious 28. hidebound 29. reticence 30. tantamount 29
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