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Synonyms Quiz – Practice Sets

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Synonyms Quiz – Practice Sets

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A Synonymn is a Word (or) Phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word or phrase in the same language, for example, shut is a synonym of close. Synonyms Quiz Practice Sets are very useful for different competitive exams such as IBPS PO, Clerk, SSC CGL, SBI PO, NIACL Assistant, NICL AO, IBPS RRB, Railways, Civil Services etc.


shape Synonyms

Word Meaning Synonym
INTREPID
(SO (AUDIT), 1997)
  • dauntless
  • Resolutely fearless
FEARLESS
ABROGATE
(SO (AUDIT), 1997)
  • Repeal
  • do away with
REPEAL
DEFERENCE
(SO (AUDIT), 1997)
  • Polite submission
  • respect
RESPECT
COVENANT
(SO (AUDIT), 1997)
  • Agree by lease
  • deed
  • other legal contracts
CONTRACT
OBNOXIOUS
(SO (AUDIT), 1997)
Extremely unpleasant DISGUSTING
PROLIFERATE
(SO (AUDIT), 2001)
  • Increase rapidly in number
  • multiply
  • cause (cells, tissue, structures, etc.) to reproduce rapidly
REPRODUCE RAPIDLY
PARADOX
(SO (AUDIT), 2001)
  • A seemingly absurd
  • contradictory statement
  • proposition which when investigated may prove to be well founded
  • true
PUZZLE
COLOSSAL
(SO (AUDIT), 2001)
  • Extremely large
  • great
ENORMOUS
INTREPID
(SO (AUDIT), 2001)
  • dauntless
  • Resolutely fearless
FEARLESS
GRANDEUR
(SO (AUDIT), 2001)
  • Splendour
  • starting point of an institution
  • impressiveness
  • especially of appearance
  • style
MAGNIFICENCE

Word Meaning Synonym
TRAMP
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
  • A person who travels from place to place on foot in search of work
  • as a vagrant or beggar
WANDERER
CONSIGNEE
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
The person or company to whom goods or documents are officially sent or delivered NOMINEE
INFATUATION
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
An intense but short-lived passion or admiration for someone or something PASSION
BEAUTIFUL
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
Pleasing the senses or mind aesthetically HANDSOME
MOMENTOUS
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
Of great importance or significance, especially in having a bearing on future events IMPORTANT
QUIVER
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
  • Tremble or shake with a slight rapid motion
  • a slight trembling movement or sound
  • especially one caused by a sudden strong emotion
TREMBLE
ADULATION
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
Excessive admiration or praise

FLATTERY
CONTEMPLATION
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
The action of looking thoughtfully at something for a long time

MEDITATION
DILIGENT
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
Having or showing care and conscientiousness in one’s work or duties INDUSTRIOUS
CENSURE
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
  • Express severe disapproval of (someone or something)
  • especially in a formal statement
MAGNIFICENCE

Word Meaning Synonym
FATAL
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
Causing death DEADLY
DOLEFUL
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
  • Expressing sorrow
  • mournful
MOURNFUL
GRUFF
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
Rough and low in pitch ROUGH
FIDELITY
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
  • Faithfulness to a person
  • cause
  • belief
  • demonstrated by continuing loyalty and support
LOYALTY
INFRUCTUOUS
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
  • Fruitless
  • unprofitable
FRUITLESS
GARNISH
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)

Decorate or embellish (something, especially food)

ADORN
MENTOR
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)

An experienced and trusted adviser

GUIDE
SUPERSTITIOUS
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
Having or showing a belief in superstitions (a widely held but irrational belief in supernatural influences, especially as leading to good or bad luck, or a practice based on such a belief) IRRATIONAL
RAVAGE
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
  • dauntless
  • Resolutely fearless
FEARLESS
SUCCESSIVE
(SO (AUDIT), 2005)
Following one another or following others CONSECUTIVE

Word Meaning Synonym
ABROGATE
(TA (IT & CE), 2004)
Repeal or do away with (a law, right, or formal agreement) ABOLISH
DELINEATE
(TA (IT & CE), 2004)
Describe or portray (something) precisely EXPLAIN
MENACE
(TA (IT & CE), 2004)
  • A person or thing that is likely to cause harm
  • a threat or danger
THREAT
OCCULT
(TA (IT & CE), 2004)
  • Mystical
  • supernatural
  • magical powers
  • practices
  • phenomena
SUPERNATURAL
VINDICATE
(TA (IT & CE), 2004)
Clear (someone) of blame or suspicion JUSTIFY
BENEVOLENCE
(TA (IT & CE), 2004)
The quality of being well meaning KINDNESS
PANACEA
(TA (IT & CE), 2004)
A solution or remedy for all difficulties or diseases CURE ALL
PRUDENT
(TA (IT & CE), 2004)
Acting with or showing care and thought for the future CAUTIOUS
AMICABLE
(TA (IT & CE), 2004)
Characterized by friendliness and absence of discord FRIENDLY
IRREVERENCE
(TA (IT & CE), 2004)
A lack of respect for people or things that are generally taken seriously DISRESPECT

Word Meaning Synonym
CEREMONIAL
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2005)
Conferring or involving only nominal authority or power FORMAL
PROPITIATE
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2005)
Win or regain the favour of (a god, spirit, or person) by doing something that pleases them APPEASE
CAPITULATE
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2005)
  • Cease to resist an opponent or an unwelcome demand
  • yield
SURRENDER
ESTRANGED
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2005)
Cause (someone) to be no longer on friendly terms with someone SEPARATED
ERRONEOUSLY
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2005)
  • In a wrong
  • incorrect way
WRONGLY
RESTIVE
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2005)
  • Unable to remain still
  • silent
  • submissive
  • especially because of boredom or dissatisfaction
RESTLESS
NOMADIC
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2005)
Living the life of a nomad (a member of a community of people who live in different locations, moving from one place to another) WANDERING
DEROGATORY
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2005)
Showing a critical or disrespectful attitude DISPARAGING
PREMONITION
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2005)
  • A strong feeling that something is about to happen
  • especially something unpleasant
FOREWARNING
ELUDE
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2005)
Escape from or avoid (a danger, enemy, or pursuer), typically in a skillful or cunning way ESCAPE

Word Meaning Synonym
FLUTTER
(SO (CA), 2005)
To move lightly or quickly FLURRY
PRIORITY
(SO (CA), 2005)
The fact or condition of being regarded or treated as more important than others PRECEDENCE
DUPLICATION
(SO (CA), 2005)
The action or process of duplicating something COPYING
DILATE
(SO (CA), 2005)
Make or become wider, larger, or more open WIDEN
OBSESSION
(SO (CA), 2005)
An idea or thought that continually preoccupies or intrudes on a person’s mind PRE-OCCUPATION
ITINERANT
(TA (IT & CE), 2005)
A person who travels from place to place ONE WHO TRAVELL FROM PLACE TO PLACE
CONVICT
(TA (IT & CE), 2005)
Declare (someone) to be guilty of a criminal offense by the verdict of a jury or the decision of a judge in a court of law CRIMINAL
OSTENTATION
(TA (IT & CE), 2005)
The pretentious or showy display of wealth and luxury, designed to impress POMP
SELECTION
(TA (IT & CE), 2005)
The action or fact of carefully choosing someone or something as being the best or most suitable PREFERENCE
TORPID
(TA (IT & CE), 2005)
Mentally or physically inactive INACTIVE

Word Meaning Synonym
SURMOUNT
(TA (IT & CE), 2005)
Overcome (a difficulty or obstacle) OVERCOME
ABLUTION
(TA (IT & CE), 2005)
An act of washing oneself WASHING
GNOME
(TA (IT & CE), 2005)
A small ugly person DWARF
COMMAND
(TA (IT & CE), 2005)
Give an authoritative or peremptory order INSTRUCT
TRANSPARENT
(TA (IT & CE), 2005)
Allowing light to pass through so that objects behind can be distinctly seen LUCID
DEXTERITY
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2006)
  • Skill in performing tasks
  • especially with the hands
ADROITNESS
CAPRICIOUS
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2006)
Given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behaviour WHIMSICAL
ASSERTIVE
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2006)
Having or showing a confident and forceful personality DOMINEERING
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2006)
KNAVISH
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2006)
Dishonest UNSCRUPULOUS
LACONIC
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2006)
Using very few words MAGNIFICENCE

Word Meaning Synonym
KNACK
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2006)
An acquired or natural skill at doing something DEXTERITY
ILL-BRED
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2006)
Badly brought up or rude UNCOUTH
DEMENTED
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2006)
  • Behaving irrationally due to anger
  • distress
  • excitement
IDIOTIC
HAUGHTY
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2006)
Arrogantly superior and disdainful CONCEITED
ENLIVEN
(STATISTICAL INVIGILATOR, 2006)
Extremely unpleasant DISGUSTING
GENUINE
(TA (IT & CE), 2006)
  • Truly what something is said to be
  • authentic
ORIGINAL
BECKONED
(TA (IT & CE), 2006)
Summon (someone) CALLED
ACCUSED
(TA (IT & CE), 2006)
A person or group of people who are charged with or on trial for a crime INDICTED
TRANSITION The process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another CHANGE
DECREPITUDE
(TA (IT & CE), 2006)
The state of being decrepit (worn out or ruined because of age or neglect) FEEBLENESS

Word Meaning Synonym
AUDACITY
(TA (IT & CE), 2006)
A willingness to take bold risks BOLDNESS
SUPERANNAUTED
(TA (IT & CE), 2006)
Outdated or obsolete through age or new developments RETIRED
ACCEDE
(TA (IT & CE), 2006)
  • Agree to a demand
  • request
  • treaty
CONSENT
ALERT
(TA (IT & CE), 2006)
Quick to notice any unusual and potentially dangerous or difficult circumstances WATCHFUL
OBSTINATE
(TA (IT & CE), 2006)
Very difficult to change or overcome STUBBORN
LITTLE
(SO (CA), 2006)
  • Small in size
  • amount
  • degree
TRIVIAL
YARDSTICK
(SO (CA), 2006)
A standard used for comparison STANDARD
TOXIC
(SO (CA), 2006)
Poisonous

POISONOUS
REGRESS
(SO (CA), 2006)
Return to a former or less developed state BACKSLIDE
SOMBRE
(SO (CA), 2006)
Dark or dull in colour or tone

GLOOMY

Word Meaning Synonym
RARE
(SO (CA), 2006)
Not occurring very often SCARCE
HURDLE A problem or difficulty that must be overcome OBSTACLE
DECIMATED
(SO (CA), 2006)
  • Kill
  • destroy
  • remove a large proportion of
DESTROYED
AUGUST
(SO (CA), 2006)
Respected and impressive MAJESTIC
AVARICE
(SO (CA), 2006)
Extreme greed for wealth or material gain GREED
SLITHER
(SO (CA), 2006)
Move smoothly over a surface SLIDE
FREELANCE
(SO (CA), 2006)
Earning one’s living SELF-EMPLOYED
IMPIOUS
(SO (CA), 2006)
Showing a lack of respect for God or religion IRREVERENT
SCORN
(SO (CA), 2006)
A feeling and expression of contempt or disdain for someone or something CONDEMN
APPOSITE
(SO (CA), 2006)
Appropriate in the circumstances or in relation to something APPROPRIATE

Word Meaning Synonym
DULCET
(TA (IT & CE), 2007)
Sweet and soothing SWEET
INDICMENT
(TA (IT & CE), 2007)
A formal charge or accusation of a serious crime ACCUSATION
INVARIABLE
(TA (IT & CE), 2007)
Never changing CONSTANT
STUBBORN
(TA (IT & CE), 2007)
Difficult to move, remove, or cure ADAMANT
COLOSSAL
(TA (IT & CE), 2007)
Extremely large or great GIGANTIC
DETRIMENTAL
(TA (IT & CE), 2007)
Tending to cause harm HARMFUL
HERALD
(TA (IT & CE), 2007)
Be a sign that (something) is about to happen / clapped CLAPPED
INCESSANTLY
(TA (IT & CE), 2007)
Without interruption / constantly CONTINOUSLY
VERACITY
(TA (IT & CE), 2007)
Conformity to facts / accuracy TRUTH
ACCOUTREMENTS
(TA (IT & CE), 2007)
An additional item of dress or equipment EQUIPMENTS

Word Meaning Synonym
OBSCENE
(SO (AUDIT), 2007)
Offensive or disgusting by accepted standards of morality and decency INDECENT
GENUINE
(SO (AUDIT), 2007)
Truly what something is said to be AUTHENTIC
ETERNAL
(SO (AUDIT), 2007)
Lasting or existing forever PERPETUAL
FLABBERGASTED
(SO (AUDIT), 2007)
astonish DUMBFOUNDED
DUBIOUS
(SO (AUDIT), 2007)
  • Not to be relied upon
  • suspect
DOUBTFUL
ANTIPATHY
(SO (AUDIT), 2008)
A deep-seated feeling of aversion DISLIKE
RESCIND
(SO (AUDIT), 2008)
Cancel or repeal REVOKE
METICULOUS
(SO (AUDIT), 2008)
  • Showing great attention to detail
  • very careful and precise
CAREFUL
ACRONYM
(SO (AUDIT), 2008)
An abbreviation formed from the initial letters of other words and pronounced as a word A WORD FORMED BY THE INITIAL LETTERS OF WORDS
INDIGNATION
(SO (AUDIT), 2008)
Anger or annoyance provoked by what is perceived as unfair treatment ANGER

Word Meaning Synonym
CONGREGATION
(TA, (IT & CE), 2008)
A gathering or collection of people, animals, or things / a group of people assembled for religious worship MEETING
INCAPACITATE
(TA, (IT & CE), 2008)
Prevent from functioning in a normal way CRIPPLE
EXOTIC
(TA, (IT & CE), 2008)
Originating in or characteristic of a distant foreign country STRANGE
PHILANTHROPIST
(TA, (IT & CE), 2008)
A person who seeks to promote the welfare of others, especially by the generous donation of money to good causes BENEFACTOR
DECAMP
(TA, (IT & CE), 2008)
Leave a place suddenly or secretly FLEE
SALIENT
(TA, (IT & CE), 2008)
Most noticeable or important PROMINENT
ABYSMAL
(TA, (IT & CE), 2008)
Very deep BOTTOMLESS
CONSERVATION
(TA, (IT & CE), 2008)
The action of conserving something PRESERVATION
FLAIR
(TA, (IT & CE), 2008)
A special or instinctive aptitude or ability for doing something well TALENT
ILLICIT
(TA, (IT & CE), 2008)
Forbidden by law, rules, or custom ILLEGAL

Word Meaning Synonym
COARSE
(TA, (IT & CE), 2009)
Rough or harsh in texture ROUGH
IMPOST
(TA, (IT & CE), 2009)
A compulsory payment to the government TAX
PRODIGAL
(TA, (IT & CE), 2009)
Spending money or using resources freely and recklessly WASTEFUL
RECIPIENTS
(TA, (IT & CE), 2009)
A person or thing that receives or is awarded something / receiving or capable of receiving something RECIEVER
FOREGO
(TA, (IT & CE), 2009)
Go without (something desirable) LEAVE
ROUT
(TA, (IT & CE), 2009)
Defeat and cause to retreat in disorder DEFEAT
FRONTIER
(TA, (IT & CE), 2009)
A line or border separating two countries BOUNDARY
KNAVE
(TA, (IT & CE), 2009)
A dishonest or unscrupulous man SCOUNDREL
FELICITY
(TA, (IT & CE), 2009)
Intense happiness BLISS
IRREPROACHABLE
(TA, (IT & CE), 2009)
Beyond criticism FAULTLESS

Word Meaning Synonym
FLIMSY
(CGL T-1, 2010)
Insubstantial and easily damaged WEAK
CODDLE
(CGL T-1, 2010)
Treat (someone) in an indulgent or overprotective way with too much care and attention SATISFY
PROPHYLACTIC
(CGL T-1, 2010)
Intended to prevent disease PREVENTIVE
OSTRACISE
(CGL T-1, 2010)
Exclude from a society or group BANISH
DEBACLE
(CGL T-1, 2010)
A sudden and ignominious failure DOWNFALL
TRITE
(CGL T-1, 2010)
  • Lacking originality or freshness
  • dull on account of overuse
COMMON PLACE
DERISION
(CGL T-1, 2010)
Contemptuous ridicule or mockery RIDICULE
ONUS
(CGL T-1, 2010)
Something that is one’s duty RESPONSIBILITY
CANTANKEROUS
(CGL T-1, 2010)
  • Bad-tempered
  • argumentative
  • uncooperative
BLISS
LUXURIANT
(CGL T-1, 2010)
Rich and profuse in growth ABUNDANT

Word Meaning Synonym
SUFFICIENT
(CPO, 2010)
Adequate ENOUGH
MEEK
(CPO, 2010)
  • Quiet
  • gentle
  • easily imposed on
SUBMISSIVE
EMBRACE
(CPO, 2010)
An act of accepting something willingly or enthusiastically ACCEPT
ANCESTORS
(CPO, 2010)
From whom one is descended FOREFATHERS
BENEVOLENT
(CPO, 2010)
A person who is serving a charitable rather than a profit-making purpose KIND
CENSURE
(CPO, 2010)
  • Express severe disapproval of (someone or something)
  • especially in a formal statement
CRITICIZE
CONFIDENTIAL
(CPO, 2010)
Intended to be kept secret SECRET
DANGEROUS
(CPO, 2010)
Able or likely to cause harm or injury HAZARDOUS
OBSTINATE
(CPO, 2010)
Very difficult to change or overcome STUBBORN
ILLICIT
(CPO, 2010)
Forbidden by law, rules, or custom UNLAWFUL

Word Meaning Synonym
IRASCIBLE
(SAS, 2010)
Having or showing a tendency to be easily angered IRRITABLE
PROMISCUOUS
(SAS, 2010)
Casual INDISCRIMINATE
PROPINQUITY
(SAS, 2010)
  • The state of being close to someone or something
  • proximity
NEARNESS
ARTFUL
(SAS, 2010)
  • Clever or skillful
  • especially in a crafty or cunning way
CUNNING
FATUOUS
(SAS, 2010)
Silly and pointless SILLY
PERQUISITE
(INVESTIGATOR, 2010)
A benefit which one enjoys or is entitled to on account of one’s job or position PRIVILEGE
EXECRATE
(INVESTIGATOR, 2010)
Feel or express great loathing for CURSE
SPIRITED
(INVESTIGATOR, 2010)
  • Full of energy
  • enthusiasm
  • determination
ARDENT
VIRULENT
(INVESTIGATOR, 2010)
Extremely severe or harmful in its effects (of a disease or poison) DEADLY
CONTROVERT
(INVESTIGATOR, 2010)
To argue (with someone) CONTRADICT

Word Meaning Synonym
REVERIE
(CGL T-1, 2011)
A state of being pleasantly lost in one’s thoughts DAYDREAM
PERILOUS
(CGL T-1, 2011)
Full of danger or risk HAZARDOUS
AUDACIOUS
(CGL T-1, 2011)
Showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks BOLD
QUERULOUS
(CGL T-1, 2011)
Complaining COMPLAINING
POIGNANT
(CGL T-1, 2011)
Evoking a keen sense of sadness or regret SAD
ACCRUE
(CGL T-1, 2011)
Accumulate ACCUMULATE
GENIAL
(CGL T-1, 2011)
Friendly and cheerful CORDIAL
INCLEMENT Unpleasant conditions UNFAVOURABLE
VINDICTIVE
(CGL T-1, 2011)
Having or showing a strong or unreasoning desire for revenge SPITEFUL
LOQUACIOUS
(CGL T-1, 2011)
Tending to talk a great deal TALKATIVE

Word Meaning Synonym
PERSPICUOUS
(CGL T-1, 2011)
  • Clearly expressed and easily understood
  • simple
  • lucid
PRECISE
PRODIGAL
(CGL T-1, 2011)
Wasteful LAVISH
INTREPID
(CGL T-1, 2011)
  • Feeling no fear
  • very bold or brave
FEARLESS
INFAMY
(CGL T-1, 2011)
The state of being well known for some bad quality or deed NOTORIETY
BARREN
(CGL T-1, 2011)
  • Too poor to produce much or any vegetation
  • showing no results or achievements
UNPRODUCTIVE
PREPONDERANCE
(CGL T-1, 2011)
  • The quality or fact of being greater in number
  • quantity
  • importance
DOMINANCE
DELUGE
(CGL T-1, 2011)
A severe flood FLOOD
APPRAISE
(CGL T-1, 2011)
Assess the value or quality of JUDGE
INDICT
(CGL T-1, 2011)
Formally accuse of or charge with a crime CHARGE
LUCIDITY
(CGL T-1, 2011)
Simplicity CLARITY

Word Meaning Synonym
DELIBERATELY
(CPO, 2011)
  • Consciously
  • intentionally
INTENTIONALLY
STRINGENT
(CPO, 2011)
  • Strict
  • precise
  • exacting
TOUGH
BEHAVIOUR
(CPO, 2011)
  • The way in which one acts or conducts oneself
  • especially towards others
CONDUCT
SUBJUGATE
(CPO, 2011)
  • Bring under domination or control
  • especially by conquest
CONQUER
FLAUNT
(CPO, 2011)
  • Display (something) ostentatiously
  • especially in order to provoke envy or admiration or to show defiance
EXHIBIT
SURMOUNT
(CPO, 2011)
Overcome (a difficulty or obstacle) OVERCOME
SOLICIT
(CPO, 2011)
Ask for or try to obtain (something) from someone REQUEST
ACUTE
(CPO, 2011)
Having or showing a perceptive understanding or insight SHARP
RELISH
(CPO, 2011)
Great enjoyment ENJOY
CONCEALED
(CPO, 2011)
Kept secret HIDDEN

Word Meaning Synonym
CRUDE
(FCI, 2012)
  • In a natural or raw state
  • not yet processed or refined
UNREFINED
GRUMBLE
(FCI, 2012)
Complain about something in a bad-tempered way COMPLAIN
GLOOMY
(FCI, 2012)
Dark or poorly lit, especially so as to appear depressing or frightening

MURKY
SPIRITED
(FCI, 2012)
  • Full of energy
  • enthusiasm
  • determination
ENTHUSIASTIC
MAGNIFICIENT
(FCI, 2012)
  • Extremely beautiful
  • elaborate
  • impressive
SPLENDID
CULMINATION
(FCI, 2012)
  • The highest or climactic point of something
  • especially as attained after a long time
CLIMAX
GENIUS
(FCI, 2012)
Exceptional intellectual or creative power or other natural ability PERSON WITH UNCOMMON INTELLECT
PRUDENT
(FCI, 2012)
Acting with or showing care and thought for the future WISE
EXCHANGE
(FCI, 2012)
An act of exchanging one thing for another ENJOY
REGARD
(FCI, 2012)
Best wishes RESPECT

Word Meaning Synonym
NOVICE
(DEO, 2009)
A person new to and inexperienced in a job or situation BEGINNER
COUNTERFEIT
(DEO, 2009)
With the intention to deceive FAKE
ABSTAIN
(DEO, 2009)
Restrain oneself from doing or enjoying something

REFRAIN
BARREN
(DEO, 2009)
Unproductive INFERTILE
INADVERTENT
(DEO, 2009)
Not resulting from or achieved through deliberate planning

UNINTENTIONAL
CONSENSUS
(DEO, 2009)
A general agreement DIVIDED INTO TWO
BIFURCATED
(DEO, 2009)
Divide into two DIVIDED INTO TWO
AFFLUENCE
(DEO, 2009)
  • The state of having a great deal of money
  • wealth
RICHNESS
PERILOUS
(DEO, 2009)
Full of danger or risk DANGEROUS
SUPERSEDE
(DEO, 2009)
  • Take the place of (a person or thing previously in authority or use)
  • supplant
REPLACE

Word Meaning Synonym
AVERSION
(STENOGRAPHER, 2010)
A strong dislike or disinclination DISLIKE
DESPERATION
(STENOGRAPHER, 2010)
  • A state of despair
  • typically one which results in rash or extreme behavior
HOPELESSNESS
ENIGMATIC
(STENOGRAPHER, 2010)
  • Difficult to interpret or understand
  • mysterious
PUZZLING
FABULOUS
(STENOGRAPHER, 2010)
  • Extraordinary
  • especially extraordinarily large
CHARMING
LIBERTY
(STENOGRAPHER, 2010)
Liberty FREEDOM
DESPONDENT
(STENOGRAPHER, 2010)
In low spirits from loss of hope or courage DEJECTED
JUBILANT
(STENOGRAPHER, 2010)
Feeling or expressing great happiness and triumph ECSTATIC
TRAUMA
(STENOGRAPHER, 2010)
A deeply distressing or disturbing experience EMOTIONAL SHOCK
RECTIFY
(STENOGRAPHER, 2010)
  • Put right
  • correct
CORRECT
BLISTER
(STENOGRAPHER, 2010)
  • A small bubble on the skin filled with serum and caused by friction
  • burning, or other damaget
WOUND

Word Meaning Synonym
ATROCITY
(CHSL, 2010)
  • An extremely wicked or cruel act
  • typically one involving physical violence or injury
AFFRONT
TEDIOUS
(CHSL, 2010)
  • Too long
  • slow
  • tiresome or monotonous
DULL
PAUCITY
(CHSL, 2010)
The presence of something in only small or insufficient quantities or amounts SHORTAGE
PACIFY
(CHSL, 2010)
  • Quell the anger
  • excitement of /
CALMDOWN
DISPARITY
(CHSL, 2010)
A great difference DIFFERENCE
PESTER
(CHSL, 2010)
Trouble or annoy (someone) with frequent or persistent requests or interruptions ANNOY
TRIMMING
(CHSL, 2010)
Small pieces trimmed off something CUTTING
RIVALLED
(CHSL, 2010)
  • A person who is competing for the same object or goal as another, or who tries to equal or outdo another
  • competitor
COMPETED
FORTIFY
(CHSL, 2010)
Provide (a place) with defensive works as protection against attack STRENGTHEN
SAVIOUR
(CHSL, 2010)
A person who saves someone or something from danger or difficulty PROTECTOR

Word Meaning Synonym
DEFER
(CHSL, 2010)
Put off (an action or event) to a later time POSTPONE
DELIBERATE
(CHSL, 2010)
Done consciously and intentionally INTENTIONAL
DEMONSTRATE Clearly show the existence or truth of (something) by giving proof or evidence SHOW
DARING
(CHSL, 2010)
Adventurous or audaciously bold COURAGEOUS
AUTOCRATIC
(CHSL, 2010)
Relating to a ruler who has absolute power DIFFERENCE
BOISTEROUS
(CHSL, 2010)
  • Noisy
  • energetic
  • cheerful
NOISY
DEARTH
(STENOGRAPHER, 2011)
A scarcity or lack of something SCARCITY
INSENSITIVE
(STENOGRAPHER, 2011)
Showing or feeling no concern for others’ feelings CALLOUS
CIRCUITOUS
(STENOGRAPHER, 2011)
Longer than the most direct way ROUNDABOUT
SHINES
(STENOGRAPHER, 2011)
Give out a bright light GLITTERS

Word Meaning Synonym
MELLOW
(STENOGRAPHER, 2011)
  • Pleasantly smooth or soft
  • free from harshness
GENIAL
NEFARIOUS
(STENOGRAPHER, 2011)
Wicked or criminal WICKED
SORDID
(STENOGRAPHER, 2011)
  • Involving immoral or dishonourable actions and motives
  • arousing moral distaste and contempt
UNPLEASANT
TRANQUIL
(STENOGRAPHER, 2011)
  • Free from disturbance
  • calm
PEACEFUL
IMAGINARY
(STENOGRAPHER, 2011)
Existing only in the imagination FICTITIOUS
CARICATURE
(STENOGRAPHER, 2011)
  • A picture
  • description
  • imitation of a person in which certain striking characteristics are exaggerated in order to create a comic or grotesque effect
GROTESQUE
ABSORBING
(STENOGRAPHER, 2011)
  • Intensely interesting
  • engrossing
ENGROSSING
EMANCIPATE
(STENOGRAPHER, 2011)
Set free, especially from legal, social, or political restrictions

LIBERATE
LAUD
(STENOGRAPHER, 2011)
praise (a person or their achievements) highly PRAISE
EMULATE
(STENOGRAPHER, 2011)
Reproduce the function or action of SIMULATE

Word Meaning Synonym
IMITATE
(MT(NT), 2011)
To copy someone or mimic COPY
OBSCENE
(MT(NT), 2011)
Offensive or disgusting by accepted standards of morality and decency DIRTY
FICTITIOUS
(MT(NT), 2011)
  • Not real or true/
  • imaginary or fabricate
FALSE
FRAGRANCE
(MT(NT), 2011)
  • A pleasant
  • sweet smell
AROMA
CAJOLE
(MT(NT), 2011)
Persuade (someone) to do something by sustained coaxing or flattery FICTITIOUS
CARICATURE
(MT(NT), 2011)
  • A picture
  • description
  • imitation of a person in which certain striking characteristics are exaggerated in order to create a comic or grotesque effect
GROTESQUE
ABSORBING
(MT(NT), 2011)
  • Intensely interesting
  • engrossing
ENGROSSING
EMANCIPATE
(MT(NT), 2011)
Set free, especially from legal, social, or political restrictions

LIBERATE
LAUD
(MT(NT), 2011)
praise (a person or their achievements) highly PRAISE
EMULATE
(MT(NT), 2011)
Reproduce the function or action of SIMULATE

Word Meaning Synonym
SPECULATE
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
Form a theory or conjecture about a subject without firm evidence GUESS
EFFECT
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
  • Cause to happen
  • bring about
RESULT
OBSCENE
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
Offensive or disgusting by accepted standards of morality and decency INDECENT
MERCY
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
Compassion or forgiveness shown towards someone whom it is within one’s power to punish or harm SYMPATHY
TAME
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
Domesticate DOMESTICATED
ACQUAINT
(CHSL, 2011)
Make someone aware of or familiar with INTRODUCE
GENUINE
(CHSL, 2011)
  • Truly what something is said to be
  • authentic
REAL
CHANGE
(CHSL, 2011)
An act or process through which something becomes different

LIBERATE
FOREBODING
(CHSL, 2011)
  • A feeling that something bad will happen
  • fearful apprehension
PREMONITION
REQUEST
(CHSL, 2011)
An act of asking politely or formally for something ASK

Word Meaning Synonym
ADVERSE
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
  • Preventing success or development
  • harmful
UNFAVOURABLE
DISASTER
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
  • A sudden accident or a natural catastrophe that causes great damage or loss of life
  • MISFORTUNE
INSTANT
Happening or coming immediately
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
Offensive or disgusting by accepted standards of morality and decency IMMEDIATE
TEMPEST
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
A violent windy storm STORM
DILIGENT
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
Having or showing care and conscientiousness in one’s work or duties HARDWORKING
RESTRICT
(CHSL, 2011)
  • Put a limit on
  • keep under control
PROHIBIT
ANTICIPATE
(CHSL, 2011)
  • Regard as probable
  • expect or predict
EXPECT
ABUNDANT
(CHSL, 2011)
  • Existing or available in large quantities
  • plentiful
PLENTIFUL
METICULOUS
(CHSL, 2011)
  • Showing great attention to detail
  • very careful and precise
METHODICAL
QUASH
(CHSL, 2011)
  • Reject as invalid
  • especially by legal procedure
REJECT

Word Meaning Synonym
PITY
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
The feeling of sorrow and compassion caused by the sufferings and misfortunes of others MERCY
MOTIVE
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
A reason for doing something INTENTION
FRUGAL
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
Sparing or economical as regards money or food ECONOMICAL
IRRESOLUTE
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
  • Showing or feeling hesitancy
  • uncertain
UNDECIDED
TREMENDOUS
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
  • Very great in amount
  • scale
  • intensity
REMARKABLE
ANGER
(CHSL, 2011)
  • A strong feeling of annoyance
  • displeasure
  • hostility
DISPLEASURE
IRREVOCABLE
(CHSL, 2011)
  • Not able to be changed
  • reversed
  • final
UNALTERABLE
COMMOTION
(CHSL, 2011)
A state of confused and noisy disturbance DISTURBANCE
REPOSE
(CHSL, 2011)
  • A state of rest
  • sleep
REST
ADORN
(CHSL, 2011)
Make more beautiful or attractive BEAUTIFY

Word Meaning Synonym
CANCEL
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
Decide or announce that (a planned event) will not take place ABOLISH
PIOUS
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
Devoutly religious RELIGIOUS
CEASE
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
Come or bring to an end STOP
DEFER
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
Put off (an action or event) to a later time POSTPONE
NURTURE
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
Care for and protect (someone or something) while they are growing GROW
CONSIDERATE
(CHSL, 2011)
Careful not to inconvenience or harm others THOUGHFUL
DOCILE
(CHSL, 2011)
Ready to accept control or instruction SUBMISSIVE
ABUSE
(CHSL, 2011)
  • Use (something) to bad effect or for a bad purpose
  • treat with cruelty or violence, especially regularly or repeatedly
SCORN
DENY
(CHSL, 2011)
State that one refuses to admit the truth or existence of REFUSE
ABANDON
(CHSL, 2011)
  • Cease to support or look after (someone)
  • desert
FORSAKE

Word Meaning Synonym
ADVANCE
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
Move forwards in a purposeful way PROGRESS
IMPEDIMENT
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
A hindrance or obstruction in doing something OBSTRUCTION
IMPECCABLE
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
  • In accordance with the highest standards
  • faultless
PERFECT
VACILLATE
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
  • Waver between different opinions or actions
  • be indecisive
WAVER
ELASTIC
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
Able to resume its normal shape spontaneously after being stretched or compressed GROW
CONCEAL
(CHSL, 2011)
Not allow to be seen FLEXIBLE
GENUINE
(CONSTABLE, 2012)
Truly what something is said to be HIDE
APPREHENDED
(CONSTABLE, 2012)
Arrest (someone) for a crime ARRESTED
DISEASE
(CONSTABLE, 2012)
A disorder of structure or function in a human, animal, or plant, especially one that
produces specific symptoms or that affects a specific location and is not simply a direct result of physical injury
ILLNESS
EFFICIENT
(CONSTABLE, 2012)
Achieving maximum productivity with minimum wasted effort or expense CAPABLE

Word Meaning Synonym
RIGHT
(CONSTABLE, 2011)
  • Morally good
  • justified
  • acceptable
PROGRESS
EXHORT
(CGL T-2, 2011)
Strongly encourage or urge (someone) to do something ENCOURAGE
REPARTEE
(CGL T-2, 2011)
  • Conversation or speech characterized by quick
  • witty comments or replies
BANTER
POACH
(CGL T-2, 2011)
The illegal practice of trespassing on another’s property to hunt or steal game without the landowner’s permission HUNT
PROGNOSIS
(CGL T-2, 2011)
A forecast of the likely outcome of a situation FORECAST
ESPIONAGE
(CGL T-2, 2011)
The practice of spying or of using spies, typically by governments to obtain political and military information SPYING
CONCURRENCE
(CGL T-2, 2011)
The state of agreeing with someone or something AGREEMENT
ENIGMA
(CGL T-2, 2011)
A person or thing that is mysterious or difficult to understand PUZZLE
LURID
(CGL T-2, 2011)
Presented in vividly shocking or sensational terms SHOCKING
MEAGRE
(CGL T-2, 2011)
Lacking in quantity or quality INADEQUATE

Word Meaning Synonym
CANDID
(CHSL, 2012)
Truthful and straightforward FRANK
BLISS
(CHSL, 2012)
  • Perfect happiness
  • great joy
HAPPINESS
DECAY
(CHSL, 2012)
The state or process of rotting or decomposition DECOMPOSE
SOLITARY
(CHSL, 2012)
Done or existing alone LONELY
COMPASSIONATE
(CHSL, 2012)
Feeling or showing sympathy and concern for others FORECAST
ONUS
(CHSL, 2012)
Something that is one’s duty or responsibility SYMPATHETIC
COARSE
(CHSL, 2012)
Rough or harsh in texture RESPONSIBILITY
BLUNDER
(CHSL, 2012)
A stupid or careless mistake MISTAKE
DILIGENT
(CHSL, 2012)
Having or showing care and conscientiousness in one’s work or duties ASSIDUOUS
ESSENTIAL
(CHSL, 2012)
  • Absolutely necessary
  • extremely important
VITAL

Word Meaning Synonym
PLEASURE
(CHSL, 2012)
A feeling of happy satisfaction and enjoyment HAPPINESS
DISSUADE
(CHSL, 2012)
Persuade (someone) not to take a particular course of action DISCOURAGE
ANGUISH
(CHSL, 2012)
Severe mental or physical pain or suffering AGONY
THRIVE
(CHSL, 2012)
Grow or develop well or vigorously FLOURISH
CONDONE
(CHSL, 2012)
Approve or sanction (something), especially with reluctance FORECAST
ONUS
(CHSL, 2012)
Something that is one’s duty or responsibility OVERLOOK
PAIL
(CHSL, 2012)
Bucket BUCKET
BRISK
(CHSL, 2012)
  • Quicken something
  • active and energetic
QUICK
GRUESOME
(CHSL, 2012)
  • Causing repulsion or horror
  • grisly
HIDEOUS
PERIODIC
(CHSL, 2012)
Appearing or occurring at intervals

REGULAR

Word Meaning Synonym
SYSTEMATICALLY
(CGL T-1, 2012)
  • Having
  • showing, or involving a system, method, or plan
METHODICALLY
SOLE
(CGL T-1, 2012)
One and only ONLY
CORDIAL
(CGL T-1, 2012)
Warm and friendly FRIENDLY
INFIRM
(CGL T-1, 2012)
Not physically or mentally strong, especially through age or illness WEAK
WHOLESOME
(CGL T-1, 2012)
Conducive to or suggestive of good health and physical well-being SOUND
ALLURE
(FCI, 2012)
The quality of being powerfully and mysteriously attractive or fascinating TEMPT
PERISH
(FCI, 2012)
  • Die
  • especially in a violent or sudden way
DIE
MANIA
(FCI, 2012)
  • Mental illness marked by periods of great excitement or euphoria, delusions, and overactivity
  • an excessive enthusiasm or desire
  • an obsession
MADNESS
SUPERFICIAL
(FCI, 2012)
Appearing to be true or real only until examined more closely SHALLOW
ECONOMICAL
(FCI, 2012)
  • Careful not to waste money or resources
  • giving good value or return in relation to the money, time, or effort expended
THRIFTY

Word Meaning Synonym
PREAMBLE
(CGL T-1, 2012)
The introductory part of a statute or deed, stating its purpose, aims, and justification INTRODUCTION
ADVOCATE
(CGL T-1, 2012)
A person who publicly supports or recommends a particular cause or policy SUPPORT
COLLATE
(CGL T-1, 2012)
Collect and combine ASSEMBLE
RAMPART
(CGL T-1, 2012)
  • A defensive wall of a castle or walled city
  • having a broad top with a walkway and typically a stone parapet
PARAPET
TRIBULATION
(CGL T-1, 2012)
A cause of great trouble or suffering SUFFERING
PARSIMONY
(FCI, 2012)
Extreme unwillingness to spend money or use resources MISERLINESS
INSOLENT
(FCI, 2012)
Showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect DISRESPECTFUL
INNOCUOUS
(FCI, 2012)
Not harmful or offensive HARMLESS
INGENUOUS
(FCI, 2012)
Innocent and unsuspecting INNOCENT
BAFFLE
(CPO, 2012)
Totally bewilder or perplex

PUZZLE

Word Meaning Synonym
APEX
(CPO, 2012)
  • The highest point of achievement
  • a climax
TOP
ACCOMPLISH
(CPO, 2012)
Achieve or complete successfully ACHIEVE
PROTRUDE
(CPO, 2012)
Extend beyond or above a surface BULGE
ASSAULT
(CPO, 2012)
Make a physical attack on ATTACK
ENGROSS
(MTS, 2013)
Absorb all the attention or interest of ABSORB
SOLITARY
(MTS, 2013)
Done or existing alone LONELY
ANTAGONIST
(MTS, 2013)
  • A person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or something
  • an adversary
OPPONENT
MUNDANE
(MTS, 2013)
  • Lacking interest or excitement
  • dull
  • of this earthly world rather than a heavenly or spiritual one
ORDINARY
ADVERSITY
(MTS, 2013)
A difficult or unpleasant situation MISFORTUNE
DEMISE
(MTS, 2013)
A person’s death

DEATH

Word Meaning Synonym
SPURIOUS
(CPO, 2012)
  • Not being what it purports to be
  • false or fake
FAKE
VANISH
(CPO, 2012)
Disappear suddenly and completely DISAPPEAR
COARSE
(CPO, 2012)
Rough or harsh in texture ROUGH
DETER
(CPO, 2012)
  • Prevent the occurrence of
  • discourage (someone) from doing something by instilling doubt or fear of the consequences
TO HINDER
HURDLE
(MTS, 2013)
A problem or difficulty that must be overcome OBSTACLE
BARBARIC
(MTS, 2013)
  • Savagely cruel
  • primitive
  • unsophisticated
UNCIVILISED
CLANDESTINE
(MTS, 2013)
  • Kept secret or done secretively
  • especially because illicit
SECRET
ECSTASY
(MTS, 2013)
An overwhelming feeling of great happiness or joyful excitement JOY
FETCH
(MTS, 2013)
Go for and then bring back (someone or something) for someone BRING
PACIFIC
(MTS, 2013)
Peaceful in character or intent

PEACEFUL

Word Meaning Synonym
SOLITARY
(CPO, 2012)
Done or existing alone LONELY
KIOSK
(CPO, 2012)
A small open-fronted hut or cubicle from which newspapers, refreshments, tickets, etc.are sold

STORE
MIMIC
(FCI, 2013)
  • Imitate (copy someone or their actions or words)
  • especially in order to entertain or ridicule
COPY
TOIL
(FCI, 2013)
  • Work extremely hard or incessantly
  • exhausting physical labour
WORKHARD
ASCRIPTION
(FCI, 2013)
The attribution of something to a cause ATTRIBUTION
ABSOLVE
(FCI, 2013)
  • Declare (someone) free from guilt
  • obligation
  • punishment
ACQUIT
ABERRATION
(CGL T-1, 2013)
A departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typically an unwelcome one DEVIATION
STERN
(CGL T-1, 2013)
Serious and unrelenting, especially in the assertion of authority and exercise of discipline STRICT
CITADEL
(CGL T-1, 2013)
A fortress, typically one on high ground above a city FORTRESS
ABSURD
(MTS, 2013)
  • Wildly unreasonable
  • inappropriate
RIDICULOUS

Word Meaning Synonym
CATASTROPHEL
(CGL T-1, 2013)
  • A fortress
  • typically one on high ground above a city
FORTRESS
ERUDITE
(CGL T-1, 2013)
Having or showing great knowledge or learning

SCHOLARLY
REVERE
(CGL T-1, 2013)
Feel deep respect or admiration for (something) RESPECT
REPEATED
(CGL T-1, 2013)
Done or occurring again several times in the same way REITERATED
DERIVE
(CGL T-1, 2013)
  • Obtain something from (a specified source)
  • base a concept on an extension or modification of (another concept)
OBTAIN
SALACIOUS
(CGL T-1, 2013)
Having or conveying undue or indecent interest in sexual matters LUSTFUL
HALLUCINATION
(CGL T-1, 2013)
An experience involving the apparent perception of something not present DELUSION
LABYRINTH
(CGL T-1, 2013)
A complicated irregular network of passages or paths in which it is difficult to find one’s way MEANDERING
TINSEL
(CGL T-1, 2013)
A form of decoration consisting of thin strips of shiny metal foil attached to a long piece
of thread
DECORATION
GARRULOUS
(MTS, 2013)
Excessively talkative

TALKATIVE

Word Meaning Synonym
HAPPINESS
(CONSTABLE, 2013)
The state of being happy CONGREGATE
HUMOROUS
(CONSTABLE, 2013)
Causing laughter and amusement

WITTY
HARD
(CONSTABLE, 2013)
With a great deal of effort DIFFICULT
AMELIORATE
(CONSTABLE, 2013)
Make (something bad or unsatisfactory) better IMPROVE
INVOICE
(CONSTABLE, 2013)
A list of goods sent or services provided, with a statement of the sum due for these

STATEMENT
CONJURER
(CPO, 2013)
A performer of conjuring tricks MAGICIAN
VENAL
(CPO, 2013)
Showing or motivated by susceptibility to bribery CORRUPT
LABYRINTH
(CPO, 2013)
A complicated irregular network of passages or paths in which it is difficult to find one’s way MEANDERING
GATHER
(CPO, 2013)
  • Come together
  • assemble or accumulate
  • bring together and take in from scattered places or sources
CONGREGATE
VENAL
(CPO, 2013)
Showing or motivated by susceptibility to bribery

CORRUPT

Word Meaning Synonym
MASTERY
(CGL T-2, 2013)
Control or superiority over someone or something AUTHORITY
DELUSION
(CGL T-2, 2013)
  • An idiosyncratic belief or impression maintained despite being contradicted by reality or rational argument
  • typically as a symptom of mental disorder
ILLUSION
LOGICAL
(CGL T-2, 2013)
According to the rules of logic or formal argument RATIONAL
THRIFTY
(CHSL, 2013)
Using money and other resources carefully and not wastefully ECONOMICAL
ADMONITION
(CHSL, 2013)
A firm warning or reprimand WARNING
EVADE
(CHSL, 2013)
  • Escape or avoid (someone or something)
  • especially by guile or trickery
AVOID
IMPETUOUS
(CHSL, 2013)
  • Acting or done quickly
  • without thought or care
HASTY
PRETEND
(CHSL, 2013)
  • Not really what it is represented as being
  • imaginary
FEIGN
ANGUISHED
(CHSL, 2013)
Experiencing or expressing severe mental or physical pain or suffering SORROWFUL
WILY
(CHSL, 2013)
  • Skilled at gaining an advantage
  • especially deceitfully
CUNNING

Word Meaning Synonym
TEMERITY
(CHSL, 2013)
  • Excessive confidence or boldness
  • audacity
AUDACITY
MASTERY
(CHSL, 2013)
Control or superiority over someone or something

AUTHORITY
REDEEM
(MT (NT), 2014)
  • Compensate for
  • to save (somebody) from the power of evil
SAVE
ENCOUNTERED
(MT (NT), 2014)
  • Meet (someone) unexpectedly
  • unexpectedly be faced with or experience (something hostile or difficult)
FACED
FLUNG
(MT (NT), 2014)
Throw or hurl forcefully THREW
VALIANT
(MT (NT), 2014)
Possessing or showing courage or determination COURAGEOUS
PLUMP
(MT (NT), 2014)
Having a full rounded shape FAT
TRANSIENT
(MT (NT), 2014)
  • Lasting only for a short time
  • impermanent
TRANSITORY
FURY
(MT (NT), 2014)
Wild or violent anger ANGER
TACITURN
(MT (NT), 2014)
  • Reserved or uncommunicative in speech
  • saying little
SILENT

Word Meaning Synonym
WANDER
(CHSL, 2013)
Walk or move in a leisurely or aimless way ROAM
CANTANKEROUS
(CGL T-1 RE, 2013)
  • Bad-tempered
  • argumentative
  • uncooperative
QUARRELSOME
VOCATION
(CGL T-1 RE, 2013)
  • A person’s employment or main occupation
  • especially regarded as worthy and requiring dedication
OCCUPATION
HONEST
(CGL T-1 RE, 2013)
  • Free of deceit
  • truthful and sincere
  • UPRIGHT
FACED
OBSTREPEROUS
(CGL T-1 RE, 2013)
  • Noisy
  • difficult to control
UNRULY
EXTRICATE
(CGL T-1 RE, 2013)
Free (someone or something) from a constraint or difficulty FREE
CREDIBLE
(CGL T-1 RE, 2013)
  • Able to be believed
  • convincing
BELIEVABLE
VORACIOUS
(CGL T-1 RE, 2013)
Wanting or devouring great quantities of food GREEDY
TRANSIENT
(CGL T-1 RE, 2013)
  • Lasting only for a short time
  • impermanent
FLEETING
SCINTILLATING
(CGL T-1 RE, 2013)
Sparkling or shining brightly

GLITTERING

Word Meaning Synonym
HUMANE
(CHSL, 2013)
Having or showing compassion or benevolence SYMPATHETIC
CANNY
(CGL T-1 RE, 2013)
  • Having or showing shrewdness and good judgement
  • especially in money or businessmatters
CLEVER
TEPID
(CGL T-1 RE, 2013)
  • Only slightly warm
  • lukewarm
WARM
AFFLUENT
(CPO, 2014)
  • Having a great deal of money
  • wealthy
PROSPEROUS
PENCHANT
(CPO, 2014)
A strong or habitual liking for something or tendency to do something LIKING
EXORBITANT
(CPO, 2014)
Unreasonably high (of a price or amount charged) EXCESSIVE
CRAFTY
(CPO, 2014)
Clever at achieving one’s aims by indirect or deceitful methods CUNNING
DIFFIDENT
(CPO, 2014)
Modest or shy because of a lack of self-confidence TIMID
ELASTIC
(CPO, 2014)
Able to resume its normal shape spontaneously after being stretched or compressed FLEXIBLE
ASSESS
(CPO, 2014)
  • Evaluate or estimate the nature
  • ability
  • quality of
MEASURE

Word Meaning Synonym
ABJURE
(CHSL, 2013)
Solemnly renounce (a belief, cause, or claim) RENOUNCE
CATASTROPHE
(CGL T-1 RE, 2013)
  • An event causing great and usually sudden damage or suffering
  • a disaster
TRAGEDY
SCORN
(CGL T-1 RE, 2013)
A feeling and expression of contempt or disdain for someone or something DESPISE
AUGUST
(CPO, 2014)
  • Respected
  • impressive
DIGNIFIED
PERIL
(CPO, 2014)
  • Serious
  • immediate danger
DANGER
AFFLUENT
(CPO, 2014)
  • Having a great deal of money
  • wealthy
PROSPEROUS
BRUTALIZE
(CGL T-1, 2014)
  • Make (someone) cruel
  • violent
  • insensitive to the pain of others by repeated exposure to violence
ILLTREAT
PINAACLE
(CGL T-1, 2014)
  • The most successful point
  • the culmination
  • a high, pointed piece of rock
SUMMIT
GARBLE
(CGL T-1, 2014)
Reproduce (a message, sound, or transmission) in a confused and distorted way CONFUSE
CONVALESCENCE
(CGL T-1, 2014)
  • Time spent recovering from an illness or medical treatment
  • recuperation
RECOVER

Word Meaning Synonym
INSIPID
(CHSL, 2013)
  • Lacking flavor
  • weak or tasteless
BLAND
POROUS
(CGL T-1 RE, 2013)
Having minute interstices through which liquid or air may pass

PERMEABLE
AMICABLE
(CGL T-1 RE, 2013)
Characterized by friendliness and absence of discord FRIENDLY
PERUSE
(CPO, 2014)
  • Read (something)
  • typically in a thorough or careful way
EXAMINE
IMPREVIOUS
(CPO, 2014)
Not allowing fluid to pass through IMPENETRABLE
IMPECCABLE
(CPO, 2014)
  • In accordance with the highest standards
  • faultless
FLAWLESS
EVENTUALLY
(CPO, 2014)
  • In the end
  • especially after a long delay
  • dispute
  • series of problems
FINALLY
PERSIST
(CPO, 2014)
  • Continue in an opinion or course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition
INSIST
JABBER
(CHSL, 2014)
  • Talk in a rapid
  • excited
  • often incomprehensible way
CHATTER
MEANDER
(CHSL, 2014)
Follow a winding course (of a river or road) CURVE

Word Meaning Synonym
TRANSMISSION
(CHSL, 2014)
The action or process of transmitting something or the state of being transmitted CONVEYANCE
YEARN
(CHSL, 2014)
Have an intense feeling of longing for something

TO CRAVE
ADEQUATE
(CHSL, 2014)
Satisfactory or acceptable in quality or quantity ENOUGH
PERSEVERE
(CHSL, 2014)
Continue in a course of action even in the face of difficulty or with little or no indication of success PERSIST
SPORADIC
(CHSL, 2014)
  • Occurring at irregular intervals or only in a few places
  • scattered or isolated
SCATTERED
VIVACIOUS
(CHSL, 2014)
Attractively lively and animated LIVELY
PROPOSITION
(CHSL, 2014)
  • A suggested scheme or plan of action
  • especially in a business context
PROPOSAL
PETITION
(CHSL, 2014)
  • A formal written request
  • typically one signed by many people
  • appealing to authority in respect of a particular cause
APPEAL
AMIABLE
(CHSL, 2014)
Having or displaying a friendly and pleasant manner FRIENDLY
FORSAKEN
(CHSL, 2014)
  • Abandoned
  • deserted
ABANDONED

Word Meaning Synonym
CANDID
(CHSL, 2014)
  • Truthful and straightforward
  • frank
HONEST
CURIOUS
(CHSL, 2014)
Eager to know or learn something

INQUISITIVE
ARDUOUS
(CHSL, 2014)
  • Involving or requiring strenuous effort
  • difficult and tiring
DIFFICULT
SHAM
(CHSL, 2014)
A thing that is not what it is purported to be FAKE
FUTILITY
(CHSL, 2014)
  • Pointlessness
  • uselessness
USELESSNESS
GUILE
(CHSL, 2014)
  • Sly
  • cunning intelligence
  • CUNNING

CUNNING
JEALOUS
(CHSL, 2014)
  • Feeling or showing an envious resentment of someone or their achievements, possessions
  • perceived advantages
ENVIED
EPIDEMIC
(CHSL, 2014)
A widespread occurrence of an infectious disease in a community at a particular time WIDESPREAD
RETALIATE
(CHSL, 2014)
Make an attack in return for a similar attack AVENGE
COMPENSATE
(CHSL, 2014)
  • Give (someone) something
  • in recognition of loss
  • suffering
  • injury incurred
MAKE UP FOR

Word Meaning Synonym
TRANSIENT
(CHSL, 2014)
  • Lasting only for a short time
  • impermanent
TEMPORARY
QUICKEN
(CHSL, 2014)
Make or become faster or quicker

ACCELERATE
HUMILIATION
(CHSL, 2014)
The action of humiliating someone or the state of being humiliated DISHONOUR
EMIT
(CHSL, 2014)
Produce and discharge DISCHARGE
SNOOZE
(CHSL, 2014)
  • A short
  • light sleep
  • especially during the day
SLEEP
BESEECH
(CHSL, 2014)
Ask someone urgently and fervently to do or give something BEG
SPURIOUS
(CHSL, 2014)
  • Not being what it purports to be
  • false or fake
FAKE
OSSIFY
(CHSL, 2014)
Turn into bone or bony tissue SOLIDIFY
AMELIORATE
(CHSL, 2014)
Make (something bad or unsatisfactory) better TO IMPROVE
COMPENSATE
(CHSL, 2014)
  • Give (someone) something
  • in recognition of loss
  • suffering
  • injury incurred
ABANDONED

Word Meaning Synonym
DWINDLE
(CHSL, 2014)
  • Diminish gradually in size
  • amount
  • strength
DECREASE
LATENT
(CHSL, 2014)
  • Existing but not yet developed or manifest
  • hidden or concealed
HIDDEN
PECULIAR
(CGL T-2, 2015)
Different to what is normal or expected STRANGE
TENET
(CGL T-2, 2015)
  • A principle or belief
  • especially one of the main principles of a religion or philosophy
BELIEF
REPEAL
(CGL T-2, 2015)
Revoke or annul (a law or act of parliament)

CANCELLATION
ODIOUS
(CGL T-2, 2015)
  • Extremely unpleasant
  • repulsive
HATEFUL
ABANDON
(CGL T-2, 2015)
  • Cease to support or look after (someone)
  • desert
FORSAKE
GARNISH
(CGL T-2, 2015)
Decorate or embellish (something, especially food) ADORN
ADMONISH
(CGL T-2, 2015)
Reprimand firmly CHIDE
PROFICIENT
(CGL T-2, 2015)
Competent or skilled in doing or using something

ADEPT

Word Meaning Synonym
TIRADE
(CHSL, 2014)
  • A long
  • angry speech of criticism
  • accusation
RANT
SINUOUS
(CHSL, 2014)
Having many curves and turns

SERPENTINE
VIABLE
(CGL T-2, 2015)
  • Capable of working successfully
  • Feasible
WORKABLE
ERRONEOUS
(CGL T-2, 2015)
  • Wrong
  • Incorrect
FALSE
VISCERAL
(CPO, 2015)
  • Relating to the viscera (the internal organs in the main cavities of the body
  • especially those in the abdomen
BODILY
OPULENT
(CPO, 2015)
Ostentatiously costly and luxurious RICH
ENTERPRISING
(CPO, 2015)
Having or showing initiative and resourcefulness FINDING OUT NEW WAYS OF DOING THINGS
COMPLACENT
(CPO, 2015)
Showing smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one’s achievements SATISFIED
RECAPITULATION
(CPO, 2015)
An act or instance of summarizing and restating the main points of something RECALL
VERISIMILITUDE
(CPO, 2015)
The appearance of being true or real

AUTHENTICITY

Word Meaning Synonym
CONJECTURE
(CHSL, 2014)
An opinion or conclusion formed on the basis of incomplete information GUESS
ANNIHILATE
(CHSL, 2014)
  • Destroy utterly
  • obliterate
DESTROY
QUARRY
(CGL T-2, 2015)
A person or animal being hunted or looked for PREY
INTERFERENCE
(CGL T-2, 2015)
The action of interfering or the process of being interfered with OBSTRUCTION
CHARISMA
(CPO, 2015)
Compelling attractiveness or charm that can inspire devotion in others

CHARM
PODIUM
(CPO, 2015)
  • A small platform on which a person may stand to be seen by an audience
  • when making a speech or conducting an orchestra
DIAS
INSANE
(CPO, 2015)
  • In a state of mind which prevents normal perception
  • behaviour
  • social interaction
  • seriously mentally ill
MAD
INGENUOUS
(CGL T-1, 2015)
  • Innocent
  • unsuspecting
CANDID
DAMP
(CGL T-1, 2015)
Slightly wet WET
RESURGENCE
(CGL T-1, 2015)
  • An increase or revival after a period of little activity
  • popularity
  • occurrence
RENEWAL

Word Meaning Synonym
BOARD
(CHSL, 2014)
A long, thin, flat piece of wood or other hard material, used for floors or other building
purposes
PLANK
SPUME
(CHSL, 2014)
  • Froth or foam
  • especially that found on waves
FOAMS
PERSUE
(CGL T-2, 2015)
Follow or chase (someone or something) CHASE
DIMINISH
(CGL T-2, 2015)
Make or become less REDUCE
FRUGAL
(CPO, 2015)
  • Simple
  • plain
  • costing little
ECONOMICAL
PLEBISCITE
(CPO, 2015)
The direct vote of all the members of an electorate on an important public question such as a change in the constitution REFERENDUM
EFFIGY
(CPO, 2015)
A sculpture or model of a person DUMMY
PREDILECTION
(CGL T-1, 2015)
  • A preference or special liking for something
  • a bias in favour of something
PREFERENCE
DEVOUT
(CGL T-1, 2015)
Having or showing deep religious feeling or commitment PIOUS
BANE
(CGL T-1 RE, 2015)
  • A cause of great distress
  • annoyance
CURSE

Word Meaning Synonym
OSTRACIZE
(CGL T-1 RE, 2015)
Exclude from a society or group EXPEL
BUMPTIOUS
(CGL T-1 RE, 2015)
Irritatingly self-assertive

CONCEITED
DRIZZLE
(CONSTABLE, 2015)
Light rain falling in very fine drops SPRINKLE
INEVITABLE
(CONSTABLE, 2015)
Certain to happen UNAVOIDABLE
ENORMOUS
(CONSTABLE, 2015)
  • Very large in size
  • quantity
  • extent
IMMENSE
RECTIFY
(CONSTABLE, 2015)
Put right CORRECT
HONOUR
(CONSTABLE, 2015)
High respect great esteem RESPECT
FELICITATED
(CONSTABLE, 2015)
Congratulate CONGRATULATED
ACQUIRE
(CHSL, 2015)
Buy or obtain PROCURE
ANNOY
(CHSL, 2015)
Causing irritation or annoyance

OFFEND

Word Meaning Synonym
MISTAKE
(CGL T-1 RE, 2015)
An act or judgement that is misguided or wrong ERROR
FILTHY
(CGL T-1 RE, 2015)
Disgustingly dirty

DIRTY
VOCATION
(CONSTABLE, 2015)
A strong feeling of suitability for a particular career or occupation OCCUPATION
LIMPID
(CONSTABLE, 2015)
Completely clear and transparent CLEAR
GOURMET
(CONSTABLE, 2015)
A connoisseur of good food

GASTRONOME
MERGE
(CONSTABLE, 2015)
Combine or cause to combine to form a single entity BLEND
CRUSADE
(CONSTABLE, 2015)
A vigorous campaign for political, social,or religious change CAPMPAIGN
LOUSY
(CONSTABLE, 2015)
Very poor or bad AWFUL
RESULT
(CHSL, 2015)
  • A thing that is caused or produced by something else
  • a consequence or outcome
OUTCOME
INVINCIBLE
(CHSL, 2015)
Too powerful to be defeated or overcome

UNASSAILABLE

Word Meaning Synonym
MAESTRO
(CHSL, 2015)
  • A distinguished conductor or performer of classical music
  • a distinguished figure in any sphere
GENIUS
CHASTISE
(CHSL, 2015)
Rebuke or reprimand severely

UPBRAID
PAWN
(CHSL, 2015)
A person used by others for their own purposes DUPE
FEEBLE
(CHSL, 2015)
  • Lacking physical strength
  • especially as a result of age or illness
WEAK
CONSORT
(CHSL, 2015)
A wife, husband, or companion, in particular the spouse of a reigning monarch

PARTNER
ACCURACY
(CHSL, 2015)
The quality or state of being correct or precise PRECISION
GENUINE
(CHSL, 2015)
Truly what something is said to be AUTHENTIC
REVENUE
(CHSL, 2015)
Income, especially when of an organization and of a substantial nature INCOME
QUEST
(CHSL, 2015)
A long or arduous search for something SEARCH
JEALOUS
(CHSL, 2015)
Feeling or showing an envious resentment of someone or their achievements, possessions, or perceived advantages

ENVIOUS

Word Meaning Synonym
MAESTRO
(CHSL, 2015)
  • A distinguished conductor or performer of classical music
  • a distinguished figure in any sphere
GENIUS
CHASTISE
(CHSL, 2015)
Rebuke or reprimand severely

UPBRAID
PAWN
(CHSL, 2015)
A person used by others for their own purposes DUPE
FEEBLE
(CHSL, 2015)
  • Lacking physical strength
  • especially as a result of age or illness
WEAK
CONSORT
(CHSL, 2015)
A wife, husband, or companion, in particular the spouse of a reigning monarch

PARTNER
ACCURACY
(CHSL, 2015)
The quality or state of being correct or precise PRECISION
GENUINE
(CHSL, 2015)
Truly what something is said to be AUTHENTIC
REVENUE
(CHSL, 2015)
Income, especially when of an organization and of a substantial nature INCOME
QUEST
(CHSL, 2015)
A long or arduous search for something SEARCH
JEALOUS
(CHSL, 2015)
Feeling or showing an envious resentment of someone or their achievements, possessions, or perceived advantages

ENVIOUS

Word Meaning Synonym
DESULTORY
(CHSL, 2015)
  • Lacking a plan
  • purpose
FRUGAL
DILIGENT
(CHSL, 2015)
  • Lasting or existing forever
  • without end
FOREVER
STROLL
(STENOGRAPHER, 2016)
Walk in a leisurely way WALK
BRUTAL
(STENOGRAPHER, 2016)
Savagely violent SAVAGE
REVEL
(STENOGRAPHER, 2016)
Enjoy oneself in a lively and noisy way, especially with drinking and dancing

MAKE MERRY
ADVERSITY
(STENOGRAPHER, 2016)
A difficult or unpleasant situation MISERY
DEVASTATION
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Great destruction or damage DESTRUCTION
PANACEA
(CGL T-1, 2016)
A solution or remedy for all difficulties or diseases CURE ALL
INSOLENT
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect OFFENSIVE
ETERNAL
(STENOGRAPHER, 2016)
  • Lasting or existing forever
  • without end
FOREVER

Word Meaning Synonym
ENIGMA
(CGL T-1, 2016)
A person or thing that is mysterious or difficult to understand RIDDLE
DECIMATED
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Kill
  • destroy
  • remove a large proportion of
DESTROYED
REVILE
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Criticize in an abusive or angrily insulting manner ABUSE
VENIAL
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Denoting a sin that is not regarded as depriving the soul of divine grace PARDONABLE
RECTIFY
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Put right

CORRECT
IMPECCABLE
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • In accordance with the highest standards
  • faultless
MISERY
CONSTRAINT
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Compel or force (someone) to follow a particular course of action DESTRUCTION
RECEPTACLE
(CGL T-1, 2016)
A hollow object used to contain something CONTAINER
LETHARGIC
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Affected by lethargy (a lack of energy and enthusiasm)
  • sluggish and apathetic
LAZY
ARDUOUS
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Involving or requiring strenuous effort
  • difficult and tiring
STRENUOUS

Word Meaning Synonym
ADVERSITY
(CGL T-1, 2016)
A difficult or unpleasant situation MISFORTUNE
CONTRABAND
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Goods that have been imported or exported illegally

SMUGGLED
CUPIDITY
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Greed for money or possessions GREED
MASTICATE
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Chew (food) CHEW
LABYRINTH
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • A complicated irregular network of passages or paths in which it is difficult to find one’s way
  • a maze
a maze
ABORTIVE
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Failing to produce the intended result UNSUCCESSFUL
SYCOPHANT
(CGL T-1, 2016)
A person who acts obsequiously towards someone important in order to gain advantage FLATTERER
EXAGGERATE
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Represent (something) as being larger, better, or worse than it really is MAGNIFY
OMINOUS
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Giving the worrying impression that something bad is going to happen
  • threateningly inauspicious
THREATENING
JUBILANT
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Feeling or expressing great happiness and triumph

REJOICING

Word Meaning Synonym
HOODWINK
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Deceive or trick DECEIVE
FORSWEAR
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Agree to give up or do without

FORSAKE
RATIONAL
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Set free, especially from legal, social, or political restrictions LIBERATE
INNOCUOUS
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Not harmful or offensive INOFFENSIVE
NONPLUSSED
(CGL T-1, 2016)
So surprised and confused that one is unsure how to react

GULLIBLE
INEFFABLE
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Too great or extreme to be expressed or described in words INEXPRESSIBLE
ESPIONAGE
(CGL T-1, 2016)
The practice of spying or of using spies, typically by governments to obtain political and military information SPYING
APATHY
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Represent (something) as being larger, better, or worse than it really is MAGNIFY
OMINOUS
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Lack of interest
  • enthusiasm
concern
EMANCIPATE
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Set free, especially from legal, social, or political restrictions

LIBERATE

Word Meaning Synonym
ENVINCE
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Reveal the presence of (a quality or feeling)
  • Indicate
SHOW
PERNICIOUS
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Having a harmful effect
  • especially in a gradual or subtle way
INJURIOUS
EUOLOGY
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • A speech or piece of writing that praises someone or something highly
  • especially a tribute to someone who has just died
PRAISE
MORDANT
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Having or showing a sharp or critical quality (especially of humour)
  • Biting
SARCASTIC
PRAGMATIC
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that is based on practical rather than theoretical considerations

REALISTIC
APPOSITE
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Apt in the circumstances or in relation to something INEXPRESSIBLE
ESPIONAGE
(CGL T-1, 2016)
The practice of spying or of using spies, typically by governments to obtain political and military information APPROPRIATE
SPECTRUM
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • A government
  • especially an authoritarian one
Authority
STRINGENT
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • strict
  • precise
  • exacting (of regulations, requirements, or conditions)
Strict
SPORADIC
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Occurring at irregular intervals or only in a few places
  • scattered or isolated
Epidemic

Word Meaning Synonym
ADAPT
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Make (something) suitable for a new use or purpose
  • modify
ADJUST
OBSEQUIOUS
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Obedient or attentive to an excessive or servile degree

SERVILE
NEGOTIATION
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Discussion aimed at reaching an agreement BARGAINING
PALLID
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Pale
  • typically because of poor health
PALE
INVIGORATING
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Making one feel strong
  • healthy
  • full of energy

REALISTIC
NEFARIOUS
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Wicked or criminal WICKED
CONSCRIPT
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Enlist (someone) compulsorily
  • typically into the armed services
DRAFT
INDOLENT
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Wanting to avoid activity or exertion
  • lazy
LAZY
REPROOF
(CGL T-1, 2016)
An expression of blame or disapproval REBUKE
PROFLIGATE
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Recklessly extravagant or wasteful in the use of resources

WASTEFUL

Word Meaning Synonym
CONNOTET
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Imply or suggest (an idea or feeling) in addition to the literal or primary meaning To convey
CONTENTIOUS
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Causing or likely to cause an argument

Controversial
CONJECTURE
(CGL T-1, 2016)
An opinion or conclusion formed on the basis of incomplete information Guess
SYNOPSIS
(CGL T-1, 2016)
A brief summary or general survey of something Summary
JINX
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Bring bad luck to
  • cast an evil spell on
Spell
BRAZEN
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Bold and without shame Shameless
BELLIGERENT
(SSC CPO RE-EXAM, 2016)
Hostile and aggressive Hostile
BASHFUL
(SSC CPO RE-EXAM, 2016)
Reluctant to draw attention to oneself Shy
ALTRUISTIC
(SSC CPO RE-EXAM, 2016)
  • Showing a disinterested and selfless concern for the well-being of others
  • unselfish
Philanthropic
FURORE
(SSC CPO RE-EXAM, 2016)
An outbreak of public anger or excitement

Excitement

Word Meaning Synonym
DECORUM
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Etiquette Protocol
HAVOC
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Widespread destruction

Carnage
FEASIBLE
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Possible and practical to do easily or conveniently Attainable
ACQUIESCENT
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Ready to accept something without protest
  • to do what someone else wants
Tractable
TACITURN
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Reserved or uncommunicative in speech (of a person)
  • Saying little
Reticent
ACHIEVE
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Successfully bring about or reach (a desired objective or result) by effort, skill, or
courage
Accomplish
PRECARIOUS
(SSC CPO RE-EXAM, 2016)
  • Not securely held or in position
  • dangerously likely to fall or collapse
Perilous
EXASPERATE
(SSC CPO RE-EXAM, 2016)
Irritate intensely Infuriate
DIGNITY
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
The state or quality of being worthy of honour or respect Custodian
DEFECATE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Discharge faeces from the body

SECRETE

Word Meaning Synonym
PANDEMONIUM
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Wild and noisy disorder or confusion
  • uproar
Chaos
LACONIC
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Using very few words (of a person, speech, or style of writing)

Concise
LETHARGIC
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Affected by lethargy
  • sluggish and apathetic
Inactive
OUTRAGEOUS
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Shockingly bad or excessive Natty
NAP
(CGL T-1, 2016)
  • Sleep lightly or briefly
  • especially during the day
Siesta
CONGRUENT
(CGL T-1, 2016)
Similar to or in agreement with something Identical
OBSTINATE
(SSC CPO RE-EXAM, 2016)
  • Stubbornly refusing to change one’s opinion or chosen course of action
  • despite attempts to persuade one to do so
Stubborn
SWINDLE
(SSC CPO RE-EXAM, 2016)
To get money dishonestly from someone by deceiving or cheating them Fraud
SENTINEL
(SSC CPO RE-EXAM, 2016)
A soldier or guard whose job is to stand and keep watch Custodian
SPRUCE
(SSC CPO RE-EXAM, 2016)
Pay special attention to personal appearance, especially to grooming and clothing

Natty

Word Meaning Synonym
EMINENT
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Famous and respected within a particular sphere (of a person) RENOWNED
SNATCH
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Quickly seize (something) in a rude or eager way

WRENCH
SPLINTER
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A small, thin, sharp piece of wood, glass, or similar material broken off from a larger
piece

CHIP
SPARTAN
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Showing or characterized by austerity or a lack of comfort or luxury BRAVE
ASTONISH
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Extravagantly bright or showy
  • typically so as to be tasteless
OVERWHELM
GREGARIOUS
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Fond of company
  • sociable
AFFABLE
REASSERT
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
To say again that something is definitely true ACKNOWLEDGE
BEDEVILMENT
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
To beset or hamper continuously BESET
DEPRIVE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Prevent (a person or place) from having or using something DISPOSSESS
GAUDY
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Extravagantly bright or showy
  • typically so as to be tasteless
SHOWY

Word Meaning Synonym
CONSOLIDATE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Combine (a number of things) into a single more effective or coherent whole CENTRALIZE
INSCRIPTION
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • A thing inscribed
  • as on a monument or in a book
ENGRAVE
RIP
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A long tear or cut

GASH
STASH
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Store (something) safely in a hidden or secret place CACHE
ANCIENT
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Belonging to the very distant past and no longer in existence ARCHAIC
SPLAYED
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Thrust or spread (things, especially limbs or fingers) out and apart SPREAD
CARNAL
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Relating to physical, especially sexual, needs and activities SENSUAL
INCINERATE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Destroy (something, especially waste material) by burning IGNITE
CHOKE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Have severe difficulty in breathing because of a constricted or obstructed throat or a
lack of air
STIFLE
ENDANGERED
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Seriously at risk of extinction (of a species)

THREATENED

Word Meaning Synonym
NUTRITIOUS
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Efficient as food NOURISHING
TRANSIENT
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Lasting only for a short time
  • impermanent
EPHEMERAL
CONSPIRACY
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful

PLOT
DIRE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Extremely serious or urgent CRITICAL
METROPOLITAN
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Relating to or denoting a metropolis URBANE
CLASP
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Grasp (something) tightly with one’s hand GRIP
CONFUSE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Make (someone) bewildered or perplexed PERPLEX
BRISTLE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
The bristles of a brush are the stiff hairs or pieces of plastic that are connected to it THORN
INCURSION
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
An invasion or attack, especially a sudden or brief one AGGRESSION
ROT
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Decay or cause to decay by the action of bacteria and fungi
  • decompose
DECAY

Word Meaning Synonym
SPINE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A series of vertebrae extending from the skull to the small of the back, enclosing the
spinal cord and providing support for the thorax and abdomen
VERTEBRAE
PURGE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Rid (someone) of an unwanted feeling
  • memory
  • condition
EVACUATE
AGROUND
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
On or on to the bottom in shallow water (with reference to a ship)

STRANDED
DECREE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
An official order that has the force of law LAW
GRIPE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Complain about something in a persistent
  • irritating way
TO GRIEVE
STUMPY
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Short and thick
  • squat
PUDGY
SHEATH
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A close-fitting cover for the blade of a knife or sword COAT
GENRE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A style or category of art, music, or literature CATEGORY
RENDEZVOUS
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A meeting at an agreed time and place TRYST
DEFUSE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Make (a situation) less tense or dangerousMake (a situation) less tense or dangerous

ALLEVIATE

Word Meaning Synonym
CROWN
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Rest on or form the top of APEX
TPREACHER
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A person who preaches, especially a minister of religion

EVANGELIST
DEPLOYMENT
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
The movement of troops or equipment to a place or position for military action

STATIONING
BANQUET
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
An elaborate and formal evening meal for many people FEAST
TO MOAN
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A long, low sound made by a person expressing physical or mental suffering or sexual pleasure TO SIGH
MELODRAMATIC
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Relating to melodrama THEATRICAL
STREAK
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A long, thin line or mark of a different substance or colour from its surroundings SMEAR
SENTRY
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A soldier stationed to keep guard or to control access to a place SENTINEL
SUBSIDY
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A sum of money granted by the state or a public body to help an industry or business keep the price of a commodity or service low ENDOWMENT
DIGRESS
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Leave the main subject temporarily in speech or writing

MEANDER

Word Meaning Synonym
TO PERMEATE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Spread throughout (something)
  • Pervade
TO IMBUE
SWINE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • A domesticated pig
  • especially a castrated male reared for slaughter
HOG
EXTRAPOLATE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Extend (a graph, curve, or range of values) by inferring unknown values from trends in the known data

DEDUCE
INHERITANCE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A thing that is inherited BEQUEST
BOTHER
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Worry, disturb, or upset (someone) BESET
ELATE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Make (someone) ecstatically happy EXHILARATE
TO ENTRAIN
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
To board or put aboard a train TO MOUNT
DISCERNING
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Having or showing good judgement ASTUTE
SUCCULENT
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Tender, juicy, and tasty LUSCIOUS
SNARL
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Make an aggressive growl with bared teeth (of an animal such as a dog)

GROWL

Word Meaning Synonym
TO THEORIZE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
To propose as a theory TO SPECULATE
TO THRASH
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Beat (a person or animal) repeatedly and violently with a stick or whip

TO BEAT UP
PRIVATION
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A state in which food and other essentials for well-being are lacking

HARDSHIP
CARNAGE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
The killing of a large number of people BASH
JEER
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Make rude and mocking remarks
  • typically in a loud voice
HOOT
MURMUR
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A low continuous background noise BUZZ
PERIPATETIC
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Travelling from place to place, in particular working or based in various places for relatively short periods NOMADIC
SYNCHRONICITY
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
The simultaneous occurrence of events which appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection COEXISTENCE
ACCOLADE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
An award or privilege granted as a special honour or as an acknowledgement of merit DISTINCTION
BATTER
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Strike repeatedly with hard blows

BASH

Word Meaning Synonym
REDEMPTION
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
The action of saving or being saved from sin, error, or evil ATONEMENT
HASTE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Excessive speed or urgency of movement or action
  • hurry
SOON
PAL
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A friend

BUDDY
TO DEFILE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Damage the purity or appearance or reputation of someone or something
  • mar or spoil
TO BESMIRCH
TO REITERATE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Say something again or a number of times, typically for emphasis or clarity TO RECUR
HYPNOTIST
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A person who carries out hypnosis, either for medical reasons or for entertainment CONJURER
PANORAMA
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
An unbroken view of the whole region surrounding an observer SPECTACLE
INITIATIVE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
The ability to assess and initiate things independently DYNAMISM
OBJECTIONABLE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Arousing distaste or opposition
  • unpleasant or offensive
ABHORRENT
TO RECLINE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Lean or lie back in a relaxed position with the back supported

LONGUE

Word Meaning Synonym
ANTITHESIS
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A person or thing that is the direct opposite of someone or something else CONTRADICTORY
ASCETIC
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Characterized by severe self-discipline and abstention from all forms of indulgence,
typically for religious reasons

AUSTERE
MEADOW
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • A piece of grassland
  • especially one used for hay
PASTURE
TO SUPERIMPOSE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Place or lay (one thing) over another, typically so that both are still evident TO OVERLAP
TO SCRAM
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Leave or go away from a place quickly TO SCOOT
TO GNAW
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Bite at or nibble something persistently TO NIBBLE
CARICATURE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A picture, description, or imitation of a person in which certain striking characteristics are exaggerated in order to create a comic or grotesque effect CARTOON
TO PREDISPOSE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Make someone liable or inclined to a specified attitude, action, or condition TO INCLINE
OMINOUS
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Giving the worrying impression that something bad is going to happen
  • threateningly inauspicious
APOCALYPTIC
REPENTANCE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • The action of repenting
  • sincere regret or remorse
REMORSE

Word Meaning Synonym
ANTAGONIZE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Cause (someone) to become hostile ALIENATE
INCISIVE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Intelligently analytical and clear-thinking (of a person or mental process)

CONCISE
BOUFFANT
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Styled so as to stand out from the head in a rounded shape (of a person’s hair)

BRAID
DEPENDANT
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A person who relies on another, especially a family member, for financial support RELIANT
IMPROVIDENT
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Not having or showing foresight / spendthrift or thoughtless EXTRAVAGANT
TO EBB
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Gradually decrease (of an emotion or quality) TO ABATEMENT
TO BEWILDER
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Cause (someone) to become perplexed and confused TO BAFFLE
QUEASY
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Nauseous
  • feeling sick
SQUEAMISH
DEVIANCE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
The fact or state of diverging from usual or accepted standards, especially in social or sexual behavior ABERRANCE
ALLEVIATE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Make (suffering, deficiency, or a problem) less severe

ALLAY

Word Meaning Synonym
TO CITE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Refer to (a passage, book, or author) as evidence for or justification of an argument or
statement, especially in a scholarly work
TO INDICATE
POISE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Graceful and elegant bearing in a person

ELEGANCE
TO JEOPARDISE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Put (someone or something) into a situation in which there is a danger of loss, harm, or failure

TO IMPERIL
TO CONCOCT
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Create or devise (a story or plan) TO CONTRIVE
ECCENTRIC
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Unconventional and slightly strange (of a person or their behaviour) WHIMSICAL
PERUSAL
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
The action of reading or examining something INSPECTION
CONSENSUS
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A general agreement HARMONY
FAMISHED
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Extremely hungry STARVED
THRASHING
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • An act of physically beating someone
  • A beating
BASHING
SINISTER
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Giving the impression that something harmful or evil is happening or will happen

MALEVOLENT

Word Meaning Synonym
PROBABLE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Likely to happen or be the case PLAUSIBLE
INVINCIBLE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Too powerful to be defeated or overcome

IMPREGNABLE
TO PROSELYTIZE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Advocate or promote (a belief or course of action)

TO ADVOCATE
ELEGANTLY
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
In a graceful and stylish manner GRACEFULLY
PERPLEXITY
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Inability to deal with or understand something PUZZLEMENT
TO PRESIDE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Be in the position of authority in a meeting or other gathering TO OFFICIATE
DABBLE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
To take a slight and not very serious interest in a subject, or try a particular activity for a short period DALLY
TO ORDAIN
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
To officially make someone a priest or other leader, in a religious ceremony TO ANOINT
TO STRANDED
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Left aground on a shore (of a boat, sailor, or sea creature) TO AGROUND
SCAR
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A mark left on the skin or within body tissue where a wound, burn, or sore has not healed completely and fibrous connective tissue has developed

MAIM

Word Meaning Synonym
TRYST
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A meeting between two people who are having a romantic relationship, especially a secret one RENDEZVOUS
PROXIMAL
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Situated nearer to the centre of the body or the point of attachment

ADJACENT
TO ALIGHT
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Descend from a train, bus, or other form of transport

TO DISEMBARK
PARLANCE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A particular way of speaking or using words, especially a way common to those with a particular job or interest LINGO
OBSTREPEROUS
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Noisy and difficult to control BOISTEROUS
MAESTRO
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A distinguished conductor or performer of classical music CONDUCTOR
TROLL
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
An ugly cave-dwelling creature depicted as either a giant or a dwarf GNOME
SHIMMERING
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Shine with a soft
  • slightly wavering light
GLINTING
BOUNDER
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A dishonourable man LOUT
IMPASSIVE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Not feeling or showing emotion

RETICENT

Word Meaning Synonym
TO REVAMP
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Give new and improved form, structure, or appearance to TO OVERHAUL
NIFTY
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Particularly good
  • skillful
  • effective
DANDY
TO VISUALIZE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Form a mental image of
  • imagine
TO ANTICIPATE
PRECEDENT
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
An earlier event or action that is regarded as an example or guide to be considered in subsequent similar circumstances CRITERION
DIGRESSION
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
A temporary departure from the main subject in speech or writing MEANDERING
PATE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
The top of a person’s head DOME
AGUE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Malaria or another illness involving fever and shivering MALARIA
PROXIMITY
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • Nearness in space, time, or relationship
  • coming or likely to happen very soon
IMMINENT
DARE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Defy or challenge (someone) to do something TAUNT
TO DELUDE
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Make (someone) believe something that is not true

HOODWINK

Word Meaning Synonym
SCARCITY
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
  • The state of being scarce or in short supply
  • shortage
DEARTH
CHEEKY
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Showing a lack of respect or politeness in a way that is amusing or appealing

BRASH
TO SUBSUME
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Include or absorb (something) in something else

TO INCORPORATE
TO LASH
(SSC CHSL, 2016)
Strike or beat with a whip or stick TO CHASTISE
AMATEUR
(SSC CPO, 2017)
  • A person who engages in a pursuit
  • especially a sport
  • on an unpaid basis
BEGINNER
GUMPTION
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Shrewd or spirited initiative and resourcefulness ACUMEN
PERFIDIOUS
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Deceitful and untrustworthy DISLOYAL
APPARITION
(SSC CPO, 2017)
A ghost or ghostlike image of a person SPIRIT
EPITOME
(SSC CPO, 2017)
A person or thing that is a perfect example of a particular quality or type TYPE
SPURIOUS
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Not being what it purports to be

FAKE

Word Meaning Synonym
INVINCIBLE
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Too powerful to be defeated or overcome UNBEATABLE
TREPIDATION
(SSC CPO, 2017)
A feeling of fear or anxiety about something that may happen

NERVOUSNESS
WASTREL
(SSC CPO, 2017)
A wasteful or good-for-nothing person SPENDTHRIFT
VIE
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Compete eagerly with someone in order to do or achieve something COMPETE
CAVORT
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Jump or dance around excitedly JUMP
BRITTLE
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Hard but liable to break easily FRAGILE
ILLUMINATE
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Light up BRIGHTEN
EMBROILEMBROIL
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Bring into a state of confusion or disorder CONFUSE
LACONIC
(SSC CPO, 2017)
(Of a person, speech, or style of writing) using very few words CONCISE
VALEDICTORY
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Serving as a farewell

TERMINAL

Word Meaning Synonym
DENOUEMENT
(SSC CPO, 2017)
The final part of a play, film, or narrative in which the strands of the plot are drawn together and matters are explained or resolved CLIMAX
INSOLENT
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect

BOLD
SORDID
(SSC CPO, 2017)
  • Involving immoral or dishonourable actions and motives
  • arousing moral distaste and
UNPLEASANT
TENUOUS
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Compete eagerly with someone in order to do or achieve something THIN
MALEVOLENT
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Having or showing a wish to do evil to others SPITEFUL
QUERULOUS
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Complaining in a rather petulant or whining manner GROUCHY
MEANDER
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Wander at random WANDER
FRATERNIZE
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Associate or form a friendship with someone, especially when one is not supposed
to
ASSOCIATE
ENSCONCE
(SSC CPO, 2017)
  • Establish or settle (someone) in a comfortable
  • safe place
CONCEAL
WELTER
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Move in a turbulent fashion

TURMOIL

Word Meaning Synonym
DECREPIT
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Worn out or ruined because of age or neglect FEEBLE
MELANCHOLY
(SSC CPO, 2017)
  • A feeling of pensive sadness
  • typically with no obvious cause
SORROWFUL
HYSTERIA
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Exaggerated or uncontrollable emotion or excitement MADNESS
RETICENCE
(SSC CPO, 2017)
The quality of being reticent (not revealing one’s thoughts or feelings readily) reserve RESERVE
INELUCTABLE
(SSC CPO, 2017)
  • Unable to be resisted or avoided
  • inescapable
IRREMOVABLE
INIMICAL
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Tending to obstruct or harm HARMFUL
NUGATORY
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Of no value or importance FUTILE
SPRUCE
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Neat in dress and appearance SMART
MORIBUND
(SSC CPO, 2017)
At the point of death (Of a person) DYING
IMBECILE
(SSC CPO, 2017)
A stupid person FOOLISH

Word Meaning Synonym
SOMNOLENT
(SSC CPO, 2017)
  • Sleepy
  • drowsy
DROWSY
INVIDIOUS
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Likely to arouse or incur resentment or anger in others (Of an action or situation)

HATEFUL
HAUGHTY
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Arrogantly superior and disdainful ARROGANT
LETHAL
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Sufficient to cause death FATAL
DISHEVEL
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Make (a person’s hair or clothes) untidy CLUTTER
TRAITOR
(SSC CPO, 2017)
A person who betrays someone or something, such as a friend, cause, or principle DECEIVER
OBSCURE
(SSC CPO, 2017)
  • Not discovered or known about
  • uncertain
CONFUSING
PATHOS
(SSC CPO, 2017)
A quality that evokes pity or sadness SORROW
PERDURABLE
(SSC CPO, 2017)
  • Enduring continuously
  • Imperishable
LONG-LASTING
GRISLY
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Causing horror or disgust GRUESOME

Word Meaning Synonym
INTERDICTION
(SSC CPO, 2017)
The action of prohibiting or forbidding something DECREE
APPARENT
(SSC CPO, 2017)
  • Clearly visible or understood
  • obvious
MANIFEST
EFFACE
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Erase (a mark) from a surface ABOLISH
FRANTIC
(SSC CPO, 2017)
  • Distraught with fear
  • anxiety
  • other emotion
VIOLENT
FATUOUS
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Silly and pointless IRRATIONAL
BUSTLE
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Move in an energetic and busy manner HASTE
TEMERITY
(SSC CPO, 2017)
  • The quality of being impudent
  • impertinence
IMPUDENCE
CONGRUOUS
(SSC CPO, 2017)
In agreement or harmony BALANCED
CONTRADICT
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Deny the truth of (a statement) by asserting the opposite CONFRONT
SPRIGHTLY
(SSC CPO, 2017)
  • Lively (Especially of an old person)
  • full of energy
VIVACIOUS

Word Meaning Synonym
CARESS
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Touch or stroke gently or lovingly FONDLE
PLENTEOUS
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Plentiful

PROFUSE
FLOUNDER
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Struggle or stagger clumsily in mud or water STRUGGLE
DAINTY
(SSC CPO, 2017)
Delicately small and pretty ELEGANT
OPULENT
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Ostentatiously costly and luxurious RICH
MOROSE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Sullen and ill-tempered GLOOMY
CANTANKEROUS
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Bad-tempered
  • argumentative
  • uncooperative
QUARRELSOME
CONNOISSEUR
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
An expert judge in matters of taste DISCERNING JUDGE
INCENSED
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Very angry
  • enraged
EXASPERATED
TRANSCEND
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Surpass (a person or achievement) ECLIPSE

Word Meaning Synonym
DRIVEL
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Nonsense BLATHER
PERSEVERANCE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Persistence in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success

ENDURANCE
FRIVOLOUS
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Not having any serious purpose or value PUERILE
PETRIFY
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Change (organic matter) into a stony substance by encrusting or replacing it with a
calcareous, siliceous, or other mineral deposit
HARDEN
SUCCULENT
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • (Of food) tender
  • juicy
  • tasty
JUICY
CONGREGATION
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
A group of people assembled for religious worship ASSEMBLY
ATROCITY
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
An extremely wicked or cruel act, typically one involving physical violence or injury

BARBARITY
PROCRASTINATE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Delay or postpone action
  • put off doing something
DELAY
MELLIFLUOUS
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Pleasingly smooth and musical to hear (Of a sound) DULCET
DODGE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Avoid (Someone or something) by a sudden quick movement AVOID

Word Meaning Synonym
MONOTONOUS
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Tedious
  • repetitious
  • lacking in variety and interest
DULL
ELUSIVE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Difficult to find
  • catch
  • achieve
BAFFLING
LETHARGY
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
A lack of energy and enthusiasm DROWSY
HOODWINK
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Deceive or trick DEFRAUD
ARTICULATE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Having or showing the ability to speak fluently and coherently DISTINCT
ASCEND
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Go up or climb CLIMB
SCUTTLE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Metal container with a handle
  • used to fetch and store coal for a domestic fire
BRAZIER
LOQUACIOUS
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Tending to talk a great deal
  • talkative
TALKATIVE
ELOQUENT
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Fluent or persuasive in speaking or writing FLUENT
NEFARIOUS
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Wicked or criminal (Typically of an action or activity) INIQUITOUS

Word Meaning Synonym
PERNICIOUS
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Having a harmful effect
  • especially in a gradual or subtle way
DANGEROUS
STRINGENT
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Strict
  • precise
  • exacting (Of regulations, requirements, or conditions)
RIGOROUS
BOISTEROUS
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Noisy
  • energetic
  • cheerful
EXCITED
HAGGARD
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Looking exhausted and unwell, especially from fatigue
  • worry
  • suffering
CAREWORN
OSTENTATION
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • The pretentious or showy display of wealth and luxury
  • designed to impress
SHOWY
SURREPTITIOUS
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Kept secret, especially because it would not be approved of SECRET
INANITION
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Exhaustion caused by lack of nourishment

LETHARGY
ABEYANCE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
A state of temporary disuse or suspension SUSPENSION
DAUNTLESS
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Showing fearlessness and determination BRAVE
BOAST
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Talk with excessive pride and self-satisfaction about one’s achievements
  • possessions
  • abilities
PRIDE

Word Meaning Synonym
HASTE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Excessive speed or urgency of movement or action HURRY
VACILLATE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Waver between different opinions or actions
  • Be indecisive
IRRESOLUTE
INDOMITABLE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Impossible to subdue or defeat UNCONQUERABLE
REITERATE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Say something again or a number of times, typically for emphasis or clarity REPEAT
NINCOMPOOP
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
A foolish or stupid person FOOL
EXORBITANT
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Unreasonably high (Of a price or amount charged) HIGH
JEOPARDY
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Danger of loss
  • harm
  • failure
RISK
EBULLIENT
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Cheerful and full of energy ENTHUSIASTIC
TRUCULENT
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Eager or quick to argue or fight
  • Aggressively defiant
FEROCIOUS
FACSIMILE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
An exact copy, especially of written or printed material

REPLICA

Word Meaning Synonym
CHAUVINISM
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Exaggerated or aggressive patriotism ZEALOTRY
PIQUANCY
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • A pleasantly sharp and appetizing flavor
  • Spiciness
FLAVORING
TO CONFRONT
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Come face to face with (someone) with hostile or argumentative intent TO ACCOST
FALLACY
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
A mistaken belief, especially one based on unsound arguments BIAS
TO REPROACH
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Express to (someone) one’s disapproval of or disappointment in their actions TO ADMONISH
LITTER
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Rubbish such as paper, cans, and bottles left lying in an open or public place TRASH
OBLITERATE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Destroy utterly
  • Wipe out
ANNIHILATE
COMMEMORATE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Mark or celebrate (an event or person) by doing or producing something CELEBRATE
PLEBISCITE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
The direct vote of all the members of an electorate on an important public question such as a change in the constitution

REFERENDUM
POSTERIOR
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Further back in position
  • of or nearer the rear or hind end
DORSAL

Word Meaning Synonym
EMPHASIS
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • Special importance
  • value
  • prominence given to something
SIGNIFICANCE
PILLAGE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Rob a (place) using violence, especially in wartime

DESECRATE
CLUSTER
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
A group of similar things or people positioned or occurring closely together ASSEMBLAGE
AFFECTIONATE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Readily feeling or showing fondness or tenderness SYMPATHETIC
CONSEQUENT
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Following as a result or effect ENSUING
PHONETIC
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Relating to speech sounds SPOKEN
TO ASTOUND
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Shock or greatly surprise

TO BEWILDER
STYMIE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Prevent or hinder the progress of IMPEDE
SUFFIX
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
A morpheme added at the end of a word to form a derivative

ADDITION
REALM
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
A field or domain of activity or interest DIMENSION

Word Meaning Synonym
RAVINE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • A deep
  • narrow gorge with steep sides
ABYSS
CAJOLE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Persuade (someone) to do something by sustained coaxing or flattery

ENTICE
FUSTIAN
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Pompous or pretentious speech or writing BOMBASTIC
CYNICISM
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • An inclination to believe that people are motivated purely by self-interest
  • Scepticism
BITTERNESS
PINNACLE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • The most successful point
  • The culmination
SUMMIT
BELLIGERENT
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Hostile and aggressive ANTAGONISTIC
INDISCREET
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Having, showing, or proceeding from too great a readiness to reveal things that should remain private or secret

CARELESSNESS
EXEMPTION
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
The action of freeing or state of being free from an obligation or liability imposed on others IMMUNITY
PERVERSE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Showing a deliberate and obstinate desire to behave in a way that is unreasonable or unacceptable

NEFARIOUS
FISSURE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
A long, narrow opening or line of breakage made by cracking or splitting, especially in
rock or earth
CLEAVAGE

Word Meaning Synonym
MORBID
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Characterized by an abnormal and unhealthy interest in disturbing and unpleasant subjects, especially death and disease GHASTLY
WHINE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
A long, high-pitched complaining cry

GRIPE
REQUISITE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Made necessary by particular circumstances or regulations PRECONDITION
RAVAGE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Cause severe and extensive damage to DAMAGE
RAVISH
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
  • fill (someone) with intense delight
  • Enrapture
ENTHRAL
FOSSILIZE
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Preserve (an animal or plant) so that it becomes a fossil PRESERVE
DEPICT
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
Represent by a drawing, painting, or other art form

CHARACTERIZE
INHIBITOR
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
A thing which inhibits someone or something AVOIDANCE
STUPOR
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
A state of near-unconsciousness or insensibility

SLUMBER
REDUNDANCY
(SSC CGL TIER 1, 2017)
The state of being not or no longer needed or useful EXCESS

In the following questions, out of the alternatives, select the alternative which is similar in meaning of the given words.

1) QUELL

    A) Abet
    B) Suppress
    C) Support
    D) Provoke


Answer: B

2) ABRIDGE

    A) Abort
    B) Shorten
    C) Rare
    D) Urge


Answer: B

3) INDICT

    A) Acquit
    B) Accuse
    C) Frustrate
    D) Speculate


Answer: B

4) CONSUMMATION

    A) Accomplishment
    B) Attainment
    C) Delusion
    D) finish


Answer: D

5) CLUMSY

    A) Adroit
    B) Dexterous
    C) Rough
    D) Ungraceful


Answer: D

6) GROTESQUE

    A) Distorted
    B) Literal
    C) Solid
    D) Fantastic


Answer: A

7) AMELIORATE

    A) Agree
    B) Restore
    C) Damage
    D) Improve


Answer: D

8) OVERSTRUNG

    A) Active
    B) Energetic
    C) Concerned
    D) Nervous


Answer: C

9) DEFUNCT

    A) Active
    B) Clever
    C) Alive
    D) Extinct


Answer: D

10) OSTENSIBLY

    A) Actually
    B) Appropriately
    C) Apparently
    D) Cunningly


Answer: C

In the following questions, out of the alternatives, select the alternative which is similar in meaning of the given words.

1) ANNEX

    A) Add
    B) Low
    C) Copy
    D) Initial


Answer: A

2) VACILLATE

    A) Adhere
    B) Thankful
    C) Fluctuate
    D) Delicate


Answer: C

3) ASSIMILATE

    A) Absorb
    B) Arrange
    C) Receive
    D) Assemble


Answer: A

4) ENGENDER

    A) Absurd
    B) Beget
    C) Persuade
    D) Amuse


Answer: B

5) DEBILITATE

    A) Accept
    B) Pioneer
    C) Weaken
    D) Challenge


Answer: C

6) CHERISH

    A) Accuse
    B) Flatter
    C) Value
    D) Appreciate


Answer: D

7) AMELIORATE

    A) Admit
    B) Refrain
    C) Abstain
    D) Forsake


Answer: D

8) COMPREHEND

    A) Agree
    B) Reprieve
    C) Settle
    D) Understand


Answer: D

9) MELANCHOLY

    A) Animated
    B) Depression
    C) Carefree
    D) Forgivable


Answer: B

10) ALLEGIANCE

    A) Loyalty
    B) Allowance
    C) Continued support
    D) Alliance


Answer: A

In the following questions, out of the alternatives, select the alternative which is similar in meaning of the given words.

1) APPORTIONMENT

    A) Allotment
    B) Break
    C) Accumulate
    D) Indifferent


Answer: A

2) COALITION

    A) Alone
    B) Alliance
    C) Disintegration
    D) Perfection


Answer: B

3) REVISE

    A) Alter
    B) Reconsider
    C) Postpone
    D) Neglect


Answer: B

4) CALIBRE

    A) Ability
    B) Straightness
    C) Short-cut
    D) Streamline


Answer: A

5) ABERRATION

    A) Anomaly
    B) Justification
    C) Intensification
    D) Deviation


Answer: A

6) PROPHYLACTIC

    A) Antagonistic
    B) Toxic
    C) Preventive
    D) Purgative


Answer: C

7) ECSTATIC

    A) Animated
    B) Enraptured
    C) Bewildered
    D) Fitful


Answer: B

8) UMBRAGE

    A) Anger
    B) Shabbiness
    C) Premature
    D) Resentment


Answer: D

9) LUDICROUS

    A) Anticipate
    B) Moderate
    C) Satisfaction
    D) Absurd


Answer: D

10) REPRISAL

    A) Appreciation
    B) Retaliation
    C) Assessment
    D) Compensation


Answer: B

In the following questions, out of the alternatives, select the alternative which is similar in meaning of the given words.

1) APPOSITE

    A) Appropriate
    B) Foolish
    C) Painful
    D) Excessive


Answer: A

2) PREVARICATE

    A) Anticipate
    B) Lie
    C) Delay
    D) Authenticate


Answer: B

3) ANGST

    A) Anxiety
    B) Pride
    C) Modesty
    D) Simplicity


Answer: A

4) CAVIL

    A) Appreciate
    B) Amuse
    C) Quibble
    D) Munch


Answer: C

5) VITUPERATE

    A) Appreciate
    B) Abuse
    C) Appraise
    D) Encourage


Answer: B

6) VINDICATE

    A) Victory
    B) Impeach
    C) Accuse
    D) Absolve


Answer: A

7) DIALECTIC

    A) Argumentative
    B) Instructive
    C) Constructive
    D) Destructive


Answer: A

8) REMOTE

    A) Barren
    B) Distant
    C) Regular
    D) Rude


Answer: B

9) SUMMIT

    A) Base
    B) Slope
    C) Declivity
    D) Peak


Answer: D

10) CONCENT

    A) Beauty
    B) Power
    C) Agreement
    D) Fearless


Answer: C

In the following questions, out of the alternatives, select the alternative which is similar in meaning of the given words.

1) BARBARIAN

    A) Arrogant
    B) Impolite
    C) Uncivilized
    D) Unkind


Answer: C

2) AVER

    A) Assert
    B) Confess
    C) Impress
    D) Trust


Answer: A

3) DAWDLE

    A) Assess
    B) Loiter
    C) Reconsider
    D) Irrelevant


Answer: B

4) FRATERNISE

    A) Associate
    B) Organize
    C) Expel
    D) Cheat


Answer: A

5) PERSUADE

    A) Assure
    B) Opinionated
    C) Convince
    D) Cheat


Answer: C

6) DELECTABLE

    A) Attractive
    B) Delightful
    C) Desirable
    D) Delicate


Answer: B

7) OMEN

    A) Augury
    B) Superstition
    C) Imagery
    D) Imagination


Answer: A

8) FURTIVE

    A) Baffling
    B) Fleeing
    C) Hasty
    D) Stealthy


Answer: A

9) OSTRACISE

    A) Banish
    B) Belittle
    C) Beguile
    D) Besiege


Answer: A

10) PROLIFIC

    A) Barren
    B) Scanty
    C) Fertile
    D) Graceful


Answer: C

Word Meaning Synonym
Abase humble
  • Degrade
  • Disgrace
  • Humiliate
  • Demean
  • Dishonour
Abhor

desert

  • Detest
  • Loathe
  • Abdominate
Abandon hate
  • Desert
  • Forsake
  • Leave
  • Relinquish
Abut

Neighbour
  • Adjoin
  • Border
  • Verge on
  • Join
Abstain

against
  • Refuse
  • Renounce
  • Avoid
  • Shun
Abbreviate

reduce
  • Curtail
  • Abridge
  • Shorten
  • Compress
Aberration

deviation

  • Wanderin
  • Errant
  • Irrregular
  • Weird
Abet

help
  • Assist
  • Condone
  • Favour
  • Support
Absurd

preposterous

  • Ridiculous
  • Silly
  • Foolish
Abstruse

obscure
  • Recondite
  • Hidden
  • Difficult

Word Meaning Synonym
Assiduous diligent
  • Painstaking
  • Industrious
  • Laborious
Abundant

plentiful

  • Ample
  • Copious
  • Bountiful
Adequate sufficient
  • Enough
  • Sufficient
  • Proportionate
Accommodate

lodge
  • Adapt
  • Adjust
  • Reconcile
Acme

Summit
  • Apex
  • Zenith
  • Peak
  • Summit
Acclaim

praise
  • Applaud
  • Cheer
  • Celebrate
  • Extol
Acquiesce (in)

accept

  • Assent
  • Rest
  • Accede
  • Comply
  • Concur
  • Consent
Admiration

commendation
  • Esteem
  • Praise
  • Respect
  • Approval
  • Approbation
Adherent

follower

  • Sticking to
  • follower
  • Partisan
  • Devotee
Affliction

disorder
  • Distress
  • Ordeal
  • Suffering
  • Sorrow

Word Meaning Synonym
Adversity misfortune
  • misfortune
  • Calamity
  • Catastrophe
  • Hostility
Ameliorate

Amend

  • Amend
  • Improve
  • Make better
Ally merge
  • Colleague
  • Helper
  • Partner
  • Accomplice
Audacious

bold
  • bold
  • Brazen
  • Impudent
  • Daring
Astonish

Amaze
  • Amaze
  • Surprise
  • Astound
  • Flabbergast
Assistance

help
  • Help
  • Aid
  • Succor
  • Collaboration
  • Sustenance
Aphorism

Maxim

  • Maxim
  • Apothegm
  • Axiom
  • Proverb
  • Motto
  • Adage
Apprehend

Seize
  • Know
  • Fear
  • Respect
  • Arrest
  • Understand
Appraise

assess

  • Evaluate
  • Estimate
Antithesis

speak
  • Contrasting
  • Reverse

Word Meaning Synonym
Alms charity
  • Dole
  • Gratuity
  • Money
  • Clothes
Beg

entreat

  • Implore
  • Solicit
  • Supplicate
  • Beseech
  • Request Plead
Behaviour action
  • Ignoble
  • Mean
  • Low
  • Foundation
Bad

substandard
  • Evil
  • Wicked
  • Devilish
  • Naughty
  • Worthless
Blame

absolve
  • Censure
  • Reprove
  • Condemn
  • Reproach
Blessing

benediction
  • benediction
  • God’s help
  • protection
Barbaric

brutal

  • Savage
  • Uncivilized
  • Primitive Align
Bait

tempt
  • Snare
  • Trap
  • Decoy
Brittle

breakable

  • Frail
  • Fragile
  • Fragile
  • hard but easily broken
Bizarre

strange
  • Unusual
  • Grotesque
  • Fantastic

Word Meaning Synonym
Bewilder baffle
  • Confound
  • Perplex
  • Befuddle
  • Befog
  • Daze
Belligerent

hostile

  • Warlike
  • Pugnacious
  • Hostile
Bedlam uproar
  • Pandemonium
  • Chaos
  • Mayhem
  • Accomplice
  • Clamor
  • Confusion
Bravo

well done
  • Fearless
  • Intrepid
  • Dauntless
  • Valiant
  • Bold
Burlesque

parody
  • Mock
  • Imitate
  • Tease
  • Satirize
  • Ridicule
  • Jeer
  • Deride
Browbeat intimidate
  • intimidate
  • Bully
  • Frighten
  • Threaten
Backlash Recoil

  • Recoil
  • Reaction
  • Repercussion
Banal

trite
  • Dull
  • trite
  • Hackneyed
  • Prosaic
Bigoted

biased

  • biased
  • Prejudiced
  • Dogmatic
  • Opinionated
Calm serene
  • Quiet
  • Tranquil
  • Sedate
  • Composed
  • Sedate
  • Placid

Word Meaning Synonym
Cajole persuade
  • Persuade
  • Flatter
  • Wheedle
  • Coax
Captious critical

  • Censorious
  • Hypercritical
  • Faulfinding
Care supervision
  • Solicitude
  • Anxiety
  • Misgiving
  • Forebonding
Charlatan

mountebank
  • Impostor
  • Mountebank
  • Quack
  • Chicane
  • Trickster
Choleric

irascible
  • irascible
  • Petulant
  • Bad-tempered
Conceit vanity
  • Pride
  • Vanity
  • Ego
  • Arrogance
Colossal

huge

  • Gigantic
  • Huge
  • Enormous
  • Mammoth
  • Vast
Cynical

Misanthropic
  • Misanthropic
  • Moody
  • Eccentric
  • Sardonic
  • Sarcastic
Conversant Familiar

  • Well versed
  • Acquainted (with)
Condign

Due
  • Merited
  • Well deserved

Word Meaning Synonym
Condone accept
  • Pardon
  • Excuse
  • Overlook
Confess acknowledge

  • Admit
  • Apologise
  • Own
  • Acknowledge
Contingent on) Liable
  • Liable
  • Possible
  • Uncertain
Constant

continual
  • Eternal
  • Incessant
  • Continuous
  • Perpetual
Cross rood
  • Crusty
  • Fretful
  • Ill-humoured
Cursory desultory
  • Hasty
  • Superficial
  • Careless
Concise succinct

  • Short
  • Brief
  • Abridged
  • Compact
Crafty</td

Misanthropic
  • Cunning
  • Artful
  • Sly
  • Calculating
Cruelty brutality

  • Tyranny
  • Brutality
  • Oppression
  • Ferocity
Damage harm
  • Loss
  • Harm
  • Injury
  • Detriment

Word Meaning Synonym
Decay decompose
  • Wither
  • Corrode
  • Decline
  • Fade
Destitute penniless

  • Needy
  • Forsaken
  • Orphan
Didactic instructive
  • Teaching
  • Instructive
  • Perfecting
Denounce condemn
  • Accuse
  • Condemn
  • Arraign
  • Decry
  • Censure
Censure condemnation
  • Heavenly
  • Celestial
  • Graceful
  • Godlike
Dangerous menacing
  • Perilous
  • Risky
  • Hazardous
  • Precarious
Dear beloved

  • Expensive
  • Costly
  • Loved by somebody
Definitive

conclusive
  • Limiting
  • Final
  • Positive
Desultory casual

  • Discontinuous
  • Irregular
  • Rambling
Diffident bashful
  • Modest
  • Bashful
  • Shy

Word Meaning Synonym
Decay decompose
  • Wither
  • Corrode
  • Decline
  • Fade
Destitute penniless

  • Needy
  • Forsaken
  • Orphan
Didactic instructive
  • Teaching
  • Instructive
  • Perfecting
Denounce condemn
  • Accuse
  • Condemn
  • Arraign
  • Decry
  • Censure
Censure condemnation
  • Heavenly
  • Celestial
  • Graceful
  • Godlike
Dangerous menacing
  • Perilous
  • Risky
  • Hazardous
  • Precarious
Dear beloved

  • Expensive
  • Costly
  • Loved by somebody
Definitive

conclusive
  • Limiting
  • Final
  • Positive
Desultory casual

  • Discontinuous
  • Irregular
  • Rambling
Diffident bashful
  • Modest
  • Bashful
  • Shy

Word Meaning Synonym
Discourse conversation
  • Lecture
  • Sermon
  • Exhortation
  • Dissertation
Dissipate disappear
  • Scatter
  • Waste
Economy wealth
  • Management
  • Frugality
  • Thrifty
  • Judicious
Effete ineffectual
  • Exhausted
  • Old
  • Worn out
  • Tired
Elicit obtain
  • Draw out
  • Discover
Elude evade
  • Baffle
  • Avoid
  • Cheat
  • Fool
Emancipate liberated

  • Free
  • Liberate
  • Release
  • Release
  • Uplift
Emulate imitate
  • Imitate
  • Rival
Entice Lure

  • Lure
  • Allure
  • Entrap
Extravagant profligate
  • Prodigal
  • Wasteful

Word Meaning Synonym
Exquisite beautiful
  • Elegant
  • Fine
  • Matchless
  • Exclusive
Exceptional unusual
  • Anomalous
  • Unique
  • Extraordinary
Extricate remove
  • Disentangle
  • Untangle
Ephemeral transitory
  • Transient
  • Short-lived
Exterminate kill
  • Uproot
  • Eradicate
  • Eliminate
  • Destroy
Exacerbate aggravate
  • Magnify
  • Heighten
  • Enlarge
  • Overstate
Exculpate Absolve

  • Absolve
  • Vindicate
Exigency demand
  • Emergency
  • Distress
Fascinate engross

  • Charm
  • Enchant
  • Memorize
  • Bewitch
Fastidious scrupulous
  • Dainty
  • Squeamish

Word Meaning Synonym
Fate destiny
  • Lot
  • Destiny
  • End
Fatuous silly
  • Silly
  • Purposeless
Fight brawl
  • BattleContention
  • Contention
  • Combat
Fury anger
  • Anger
  • Rage
  • Wrath
  • Ire
Fecund Prolific
  • Fertile
  • Fruitful
  • Luxuriant
  • Productive
Ferocious fierce
  • Savage
  • Barbaric
  • Fierc
  • Wild
  • Uncivilized
Fictitious counterfeit

  • False
  • Imaginative
  • Illusionary Fabricated
  • Fanciful
Flagrant blatant
  • Notorious
  • Outrageous
  • Disgraceful
Fortuitous possibility

  • Chance
  • Accidental
Forerunner predecessor
  • Precursor
  • Herald
  • Harbinger

Word Meaning Synonym
Forbid prohibit
  • Prohibit
  • Inhibit
  • Debar
Flippant frivolous
  • Pert
  • Frivolous
  • Impudent
  • Saucy
Flamboyant ostentatious
  • Bombastic
  • Ostentatious
  • Ornate
Fatal Deadly
  • Mortal
  • Lethal
  • Virulent
Fallacy misconception
  • Imperfection
  • Erring
  • Wrong
Furbish furnish
  • Polish
  • Spruce
  • Renovate
Fortitude courage

  • Strength
  • Firmness
  • Valour
  • Determination
Guile cunning
  • Fraud
  • Trickery
  • Cunning
Gratification satisfaction

  • Enjoyment
  • satisfaction
Garrulous talkative
  • Talkative
  • Loquacious

Word Meaning Synonym
Humane compassionate
  • Kind
  • Generous
  • Benevolent
  • Compassionate
Haughty proud
  • Arrogant
  • Proud
  • Egoist
  • Obstinate
Humility modesty
  • Politeness
  • Meekness
  • Modesty
Hamper Hinder
  • Block
  • Impede
  • Prevent
Illiterate Unlearned
  • Ignorant
  • Uneducated
Impotent powerless
  • Powerless
  • Incapable
  • Inadequate
Immaterial irrelevant

  • Unimportant
  • Insignificant
  • Useless
  • Irrelevant
Imminent near
  • Threatening
  • Impending
  • Approaching
Irresolute indecisive

  • Undecided
  • Wavering
Indignant aggrieved
  • Angry
  • Furious
  • Irate
  • Exasperated

Word Meaning Synonym
Inanimate lifeless
  • Lifeless
  • Dead
  • Dormant
  • Stagnant
Ingenuous naive
  • Artless
  • Sincere
  • Naïve
  • Innocent
Insidious stealthy
  • Cunning
  • Clever
  • Inventive
  • Deceitful
Intimate near
  • Close
  • Confident
  • Inform
Inexorable Unlearned
  • Relentless
  • Merciless
  • Apathetic
  • Harsh
Impertinent rude
  • Irrelevant
  • Impudent
  • Insolent
  • Saucy
Jolly cheerful

  • Jovial
  • Merry
  • Cheerful
  • Affable
Jubilant overjoyed
  • Elated
  • Triumphant
Joy charm

  • Delight
  • Pleasure
  • Ecstasy
  • Elation
Knave Fraud
  • Cheat
  • Scoundrel
  • Rogue

Word Meaning Synonym
Lament lamentation
  • Sorrow
  • Mourn
  • Grieve
Liberal wide-ranging
  • Generous
  • Kind
  • Tolerant
  • Permissive
Lenient merciful
  • Forbearing
  • Forgiving
  • Compassionate
  • Mild
Lethargy inertia
  • Laziness
  • Stupor
  • Sluggishness
Likeness resemblance
  • Similarity
  • Resemblance
  • Affinity
Lively energetic
  • Active
  • Enthusiastic
  • Agile
  • Brisk
Loyal faithful

  • Devoted
  • Faithful
  • Trustworthy
  • Honest
Meagre inadequate
  • Small
  • Tiny
  • Inadequate
  • Scanty
Mean signify

  • Low
  • Petty
  • Abject
  • Selfish
Misery unhappiness
  • Sorrow
  • Distress
  • Affliction
  • Grief

Word Meaning Synonym
Morbid ghoulish
  • Unhealthy
  • Diseased
  • Ghastly
  • Horrid
Mournful sorrowful
  • Sad
  • Sorrow
  • Gloomy
  • Dejected
Mighty extremely
  • Powerful
  • Massive
  • Strong
  • Almighty
Malice spite
  • Bitterness
  • Spite
  • Ill-well
Melancholy desolation
  • Gloomy
  • Sadness
  • Sorrow
Magnificent splendid
  • Splendid
  • Grand
  • Good
  • Glorious
Notorious infamous

  • Infamous
  • Dishonourable
  • Flagrant
  • Blatant
Notable Memorable
  • Remarkable
  • Renowned
  • Eminent
Obscene Filthy

  • Indecent
  • Awful
  • Bawdy
  • Vulgar
Obsolete Antiquated
  • Outworn
  • Extinct
  • Old-fashioned
  • Antiquated

Word Meaning Synonym
Obtrude Thrust
  • Pressure
  • Importunate
  • Interfere
Pathetic Moving
  • Touching
  • Distressing
  • Lamentable
Pious Religious, Holy, Devout, Devout
  • Holy
  • Devout
Perennial inertia
  • Perpetual
  • Parmanent
  • Long lasting
Portray Delineate
  • Depict
  • Draw
  • Sketch
Possess Have
  • Acquire
  • Occupy
  • Seize
  • Own
Prate Chatter

  • Babble
  • Tattle
  • Talkative
Meagre inadequate
  • Small
  • Tiny
  • Inadequate
  • Scanty
Mean signify

  • Low
  • Petty
  • Abject
  • Selfish
Misery unhappiness
  • Sorrow
  • Distress
  • Affliction
  • Grief

Word Meaning Synonym
Prodigal Extravagant, Wasteful, Spendthrift, Squander
  • Wasteful
  • Spendthrift
  • Squander
Precocious Premture
  • Forward
  • Advanced
  • Developed
Philanthropist Altruist
  • Charitable
  • Benevolent
  • Compassionate
  • Kind
Patronize Condescend, Stoop, Snub
  • Stoop
  • Snub
Penalize Castigate, Chatise, Punish
  • Chatise
  • Picturesque
  • Affinity
Prerogative Privilege
  • Advantage
  • Exemption
  • Right
  • Brisk
Loyal faithful

  • Devoted
  • Faithful
  • Trustworthy
  • Honest
Prohibit Forbid
  • Interdict
  • Prevent
  • Ban
  • Scanty
Pillage Plunder, Loot, Rob, Destroy, Steal

  • Loot
  • Rob
  • Destroy
  • Steal
Poignant Touching
  • Moving
  • Heart-Rending
  • Affliction
  • Touching

Word Meaning Synonym
Quaint picturesque
  • Queer
  • Odd
  • Singular
  • Whimsical
Quirk eccentric
  • Whim
  • Caprice
  • Fancy
  • Peculiarity
Quip joke
  • Retort
  • Repartee
  • Remark
  • Jest
Quarantined Separated
  • Separated
  • Isolated
  • Restrained
Qualm misgiving
  • Scruple
  • Doubt
  • Uncertainty
  • Suspicion
Queer odd
  • Strange
  • Odd
  • Indifferent
  • Weird
Questionable controversial

  • Doubtful
  • Disputable
  • Accountable
  • Objectionable
quest search
  • Search
  • Pursuit
  • Inquisitive
  • Crusade
Quick speedy

  • Alive
  • Swift
  • Keen
  • Fast
Radiant shining
  • Brilliant
  • Bright
  • Intelligent
  • Beaming

Word Meaning Synonym
Refined pure
  • Elegant
  • Polished
  • Cultured
  • Sophisticated
Rebellion uprising
  • Mutiny
  • Revolt
  • Struggle
  • Fight
Reiterate repeat
  • Repeat
  • Do it again
  • Rewrite
  • Emphasis
Remorse contrition
  • Repentance
  • Regret
  • Anguish
  • Grief
Renown fame
  • Reputation, Fame, Famous, Distinguished/li>
  • Fame
  • Famous
  • Distinguished
Rejoice happiness
  • Exult
  • Delight
  • Happy
  • Glad
Relevant pertinent

  • Execute
  • Applicable
  • Pertinent
  • Implement
Resistance Opposition
  • Hindrance
  • Combat
  • Struggle
  • Opposition
Ruin disintegration

  • Destruction
  • Downfall
  • Wreckage
  • Devastation
Rigid stiff
  • Stiff
  • Unyielding
  • Stern

Word Meaning Synonym
Rash reckless
  • Impetuous
  • Hasty
  • Foolhardy
  • Impulsive
  • Heedless
Refute disprove
  • Disprove
  • Answer
  • Deny
Ricochet Rebound
  • Reflect
  • Bounce
  • Carom
Rut furrow
  • Groove
  • Hollow
  • Habit
  • Course
  • Routine
Rural country
  • Suburban
  • Rustic
  • Agrarian
  • Country
Radical thoroughgoing
  • Fundamental
  • Native
  • Original
  • Extreme
  • Rebellious
  • Rimy Frosty
Remote faraway

  • Far
  • Distant
  • Interior place
  • Aloof
Ridiculous laughable
  • Absurd
  • Silly
  • Comical
  • Ludicrous
Sane lucid

  • Wise
  • Sensible
  • Sound
  • Balanced
Satiate fill
  • Satisfy
  • Surfeit
  • Glut
  • Happy

Word Meaning Synonym
Sacred holy
  • Holy
  • Consecrated
  • Blessed
  • Divine
Scanty inadequate
  • Meagre
  • Slender
  • Insufficient
  • Limited
Scold rebuke
  • Chide
  • Rebuke
  • Rail
  • Complain
Scrutinize inspect
  • Examine, View, Study, Analyze, Inspect
  • View
  • Study
  • Analyze
  • Inspect
Scorching red-hot
  • Sweltering
  • Searing
  • Burning
  • Fiery
Spry sprightly
  • Nimble
  • Agile
  • Animated
  • Brisk
  • Lively
  • Quick
Statute regulation

  • Law
  • Ordinance
  • Edict
  • Rule
  • Act
  • Bill
Stipulation condition
  • Prerequisite
  • Condition
  • Qualification
  • Clause
Subterfuge trickery

  • Ploy
  • Scheme
  • Stratagem
  • Deceit
  • Deception
Substantiate prove
  • Authenticate
  • Validate
  • Confirm
  • Verify
  • Corroborate

Word Meaning Synonym
Succinct concise
  • Brief
  • Concise
  • Terse
  • Abbreviated
Sensual physical
  • Carnal
  • Fleshy
  • Voluptuous
  • Attractive
Servile obsequious
  • Slavish
  • Docile
  • Timid
  • Mean
Shrewd shrewd
  • Astute
  • Perspicacious
  • Canny
  • Calculative
Shy bashful
  • Bashful
  • Coy
  • Diffident
  • Hesitant
Solitary lonely
  • Single
  • Hermetic
  • Isolated
  • Desolate
Static unchanged

  • Firm
  • Adamant
  • Fixed
Spurious bogus
  • Fake
  • Counterfeit
  • Artificial
  • False
Sterile infertile

  • Unproductive
  • Barren
  • Impotent
  • Disinfected
Sublime exalted
  • Exalted
  • Elevated
  • Improved
  • Verify
  • Magnified

Word Meaning Synonym
Superficial surface
  • Shallow
  • Illusion
  • Dream
  • Outward
Synonymous Identical
  • Carnal
  • Fleshy
  • Voluptuous
  • Attractive
Taboo prohibition
  • Forbidden
  • Banned
  • Prohibited
Tenacious hard
  • Resolute
  • Persistent
  • Obstinate
Tenet principle
  • Belief
  • Conviction
  • Dogmat
  • Doctrine
  • Creed
Therapeutics Curative,
  • Restorative
  • Recuperative
Temperate mild

  • Moderate
  • Balanced
  • Controlled
  • Sensible
Ulterior secondary
  • Concealed
  • Shrouded
  • Obscured
Urchin imp

  • Waif
  • Stray
  • Foundling
  • Orphan
Urge desire
  • Incite
  • Press
  • Implore
  • Instigate
  • Drive

Word Meaning Synonym
Veto reject
  • Reject
  • Discard
  • Void
  • Invalidate
  • Dismiss
Vilify belittle
  • Malign
  • Slur
  • Defame
  • Slander
Vivacious lively
  • Sprightly
  • Spirited
  • Energetic
Wile Trickery
  • Artifice
  • Ruse
Winsome attractive
  • Beautiful, Captivating, Comely, Delightful
  • Captivating
  • Comely
  • Delightful
Waive relinquish
  • Forgo, Relinquish, Defer, Renounce
  • Relinquish
  • Defer
  • Renounce
Yield surrender

  • Surrender
  • Submit
  • Admit
  • Agree
Yearn lengthy
  • Crave
  • Desire
  • Aspire
  • Urge
Zeal passion

  • Zest
  • Passion
  • Enthusiasm
  • Fervour
  • Tempo
Zenith high point
  • Peak
  • Apex
  • Summit
  • Acme