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Visual Vocabulary Term: Upgrade Your Vocabulary with Antonyms and Synonyms: 12th June 2021

Safalta Expert Published by: Saloni Bhatia Updated Sat, 12 Jun 2021 11:31 PM IST

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You will get 5 daily terms. We have curated their meanings, synonym, and antonym for your better understanding.
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A new and helpful initiative by Safalta Experts: From now, students will get help with difficult words so that they don’t have to hunt different platforms as it can waste their time. You will get 5 daily terms. We have curated their meanings, synonym, and antonym for your better understanding.

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Not only in bank exams, but also in the development of one's personality, vocabulary is crucial. To solve problems on reading comprehension, cloze tests, word pair combinations, and other topics, one must have a strong command of the vocabulary section. It is critical to memorize as many terms as possible in order to achieve good grades. Today, we'll go over the 5 vocabulary-building words for effectively learning vocabulary.
If you're studying for a banking or insurance exam, you should read this article because it will help you improve your learning skills. Learn how to boost your vocabulary in preparation for forthcoming bank and insurance tests.
Keeping all these things in mind, Safalta Experts have started a new initiative of listing 5 words each day with their meaning on our portal so that student’s vocabulary skills can get a boost
 

5 Visual Vocabulary Terms

Vocabulary Terms for 12th June 2021 are as follows:


Blandishment (noun)



Meaning: a flattering or pleasing statement or action used as a means of gently persuading someone to do something.
Synonym: fawning
Antonym: hot air
 

Circumvent (verb)



Meaning: find a way around
Synonym: avoid
Antonym: reduce, subjugate
 

Dirge (noun)



Meaning: a lament for the dead, especially one forming part of a funeral rite.
Synonym: monody, elegy
Antonym: jubilate, anthem
 

Wily (adjective)



Meaning: skilled at gaining an advantage, especially deceitfully.
Synonym: cunning, clever
Antonym: naive
 

Yoke (noun)



Meaning: a wooden crosspiece that is fastened over the necks of two animals and attached to the plough or cart that they are to pull.
Synonym: harness, hitch
Antonym: unhitch

Capitulate (verb)



Meaning: cease to resist an opponent or an unwelcome demand
Synonym: surrender, yield
Antonym: resist, hold out
 

Despot (noun)



Meaning: a ruler or other person who holds absolute power
Synonym: dictator, autocrat
Antonym: democrat
 

Elegy (noun)



Meaning: typically a lament for the dead
Synonym: keen
Antonym: jubilee
 

Trite (adjective)



Meaning: lacking originality or freshness; dull on account of overuse
Synonym: common, stale
Antonym: original, fresh
 

Vilify (verb)



Meaning: speak or write about in an abusively disparaging manner
Synonym: insult, attack
Antonym: commend


Apathetic (adjective)



Meaning: showing or feeling no interest, enthusiasm, or concern.
Synonym: uninterested, unresponsive
Antonym: passionate, eager
 


Bereft (adjective)



Meaning: deprived of or lacking (something).
Synonym: wanting, in need of
Antonym: deprived, denied
 


Debauch (verb)



Meaning: destroy or debase the moral purity of; corrupt.
Synonym: pervert, debase
Antonym: violate
 


Expedient (adjective)



Meaning: convenient and practical although possibly improper or immoral.
Synonym: gainful, convenient
Antonym: inexpedient
 


Impute (verb)



Meaning: represent (something, especially something undesirable) as being done or possessed by someone
Synonym: attribute, accredit
Antonym: withdraw

Intimidating (adjective)


  • Meaning: having a frightening, overawing, or threatening effect.
  • Synonym: frighten, scare, threaten
  • Antonym: encourage, animate, reassure
 


Enormity (noun)


  • Meaning: extent of something perceived as bad or morally wrong.
  • Synonym: wickedness, depravity
  • Antonym: goodness
 


Ironic (adjective)


  • Meaning: using or characterized by irony.
  • Synonym: sarcastic, sharp, bitter
  • Antonym: sincere
 


Unabashed (adjective)


  • Meaning: not embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.
  • Synonym: shameless, confident
  • Antonym: abashed, ashamed
 


Mischievous (adjective)


  • Meaning: showing a fondness for causing trouble in a playful way.
  • Synonym: naughty, bad, misbehaving
  • Antonym: harmless, well-behaved

 Why Learning Vocabulary is essential?

The importance of vocabulary development cannot be overstated because comprehension is the ultimate goal of reading. Listening, speaking, reading, and writing are all improved when you have a large vocabulary.
For the following reasons, a child's vocabulary is crucial to his or her success:
  • Vocabulary development is linked to academic success.
  • In kindergarten, a child's vocabulary size predicts his or her ability to learn to read.
  • Children's vocabulary aids their ability to think and learn about the world.
  • Expanding a child's vocabulary gives them unrestricted access to new information.

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