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02/01/2020

No.WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
96ACQUIT
(बरी करना)
(v. to free or clear, as from accusation)absolve,
clear,
let go,
vindicate
97ACQUITTAL
(दोषमुक्ति)
(n. state of being found or proved not guilty; judgment of not guilty)discharge,
clearance,
release,
pardon
98ACQUITTANCE
(ऋणमुक्ति)
(n. release or discharge from indebtedness, obligation, or responsibility)acknowledgment,
fulfillment,
clemency,
discharge
99ACREAGE
(एकड़)
(n. quantity or extent of land, especially of cultivated land)plot,
parcel,
property,
expanse
100ACRID
(तीखा)
(adj. unpleasantly sharp or bitter to taste or smell; bitterly pungent)pungent,
stinging,
acid,
harsh

01/01/2020

No.WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
91ACME
(परिपूर्णता,शिखर)
(n. the highest point or level, as of achievement or development; maturity or perfection of animal)peak,top,
height,
apogee
92ACOUSTIC
(ध्वनिक)
(adj. pertaining to the act or sense of hearingaudio,
hearing,
audile
93ACQUAINT
(परिचित)
(v. inform about; cause to come to know personally; make familiar)accustom,
advise,
apprise,
inform
94ACQUIESCE
(संतुष्ट होना)
(v. assent; agree without protesting)accede,
cave in,
comply,
conform
95ACQUIESCENCE
(रजामंदी)
(n. passive consent)acceptance,
assent,
consent,
concurrence,
yielding

26/12/2019

No.WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
86ACHROMATIC
(बिना रंग का)
(adj. colorless)NEUTRAL,
COLORLESS,
ACHROMOUS
87ACID
(अम्ल)
(n. sour; water-soluble compounds having a sour taste; quality of being sarcastic, bitter, or scornful)ACERBIC,
BITING,
PUNGENT
88ACIDIFY
(अम्ल करना)
(v. to change into acid)ACERBATE,
CLABBER,
CLOT,
FERMENT
89ACKNOWLEDGE
(स्वीकार)
(v. declare to be true or admit; express obligation, thanks)ACCEPT,AGREE,
SUPPORT,
DEFEND,
ENDORSE
90ACKNOWLEDGMENT
(अभिस्वीकृति)
(n. recognition)ACCEPTANCE,
ADMISSION,
ASSENT,
CONFESSION

25/12/2019

No.WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
81ACERBITY
(तीखा स्वाद)
(N. bitterness of speech and temper; sourness or acidness of taste, character, or tone)ACIDITY,
ASPERITY,
SOURNESS,
TARTNESS
82ACETATE
(सिरका)
(N. a salt of acetic acid)ETHANOATE
83ACETIC
(खट्टा)
(ADJ. having properties of vinegar; sour)ACID,SOUR,
BITING
84ACHE
(दर्द)
(V. to be in pain or distress)ANGUISH,
PANG,
TWINGE,
SORENESS
85ACHILLEAN(ADJ. invulnerable)INVULNERABLE

24/12/2019

No.WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
76ACCURSED
(शापित)
(ADJ. doomed to evil, misery, or misfortune)DOOMED,HEXED,
CONDEMNED,
DAMNED
77ACCUSATION
(आरोप)
(N. indictment; charge of wrongdoing that is made against a person or other party)ALLEGATION,
COMPLAINT,
RECRIMINATION,
INDICTMENT
78ACCUSATORY
(दोष लगानेवाला)
(ADJ. of, pertaining to, or involving an accusation)ACCUSING,
ACCUSIVE
79ACCUSE
(आरोप)
(V. blame; condemn)ALLEGE,
SUMMON,
BLAME,CITE
80ACCUSTOM
(आदि बनाना)
(V. to make familiar by use)ADAPT,
ACQUAINT

23/12/2019

No.WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
71ACCOUTER
(सैन्य-उपकरण देना)
(V. equip; provide with military equipment)GEAR,
EQUIP,
ACCOUTRE
72ACCREDIT
(सच मानना,
अधिकार देना)
(V. authorize; commission; give credit for)ASSIGN,
CHARGE,
CREDIT
73ACCUMULATE
(जमा करना)
(V. pile up; collect; mount up; increase)ACCRUE,
ASSEMBLE,
COMPILE,
HOARD
74ACCURACY
(शुद्धता)
(N. quality of nearness to the truth or the true value)CERTAINTY,
EFFICIENCY,
SKILL,
VERACITY
75ACCURATE
(सही,शुद्ध)
(ADJ. capable of providing a correct reading or measurement; performing with care and precision)AUTHENTIC,
DEFINITE,
FACTUAL,
METICULOUS

20/12/2019

No.WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
66ACCOMPLICE
(साथी)
(N. partner in crime; associate in wrongdoing)AIDE,
ASSOCIATE,
COLLABORATOR,
CONSPIRATOR
67ACCOMPLISH
(पूरा)
(V. succeed in doing; bring to pass; achieve; reach the end of; complete)ACHIEVE,
ATTAIN,
CARRY OUT,
CONCLUDE,
FINISH
68ACCORDION
(हाथ से बजाने का छोटा बाजा)
(N. a portable box-shaped free-reed instrument; reeds that are made to vibrate by air from the bellows controlled by the player)CONCERTINA,
GROAN BOX,
69ACCOST
(संभाषण करना,
सलाम)
(V. approach and speak to boldly or aggressively, as with demand or request)ANNOY,
CONFRONT,
BUTTONHOLE,
ADDRESS
70ACCOUNT
(खाता)
(N. narrative or record of events; reason given for a particular action or event)DETAIL,
HISTORY,
REPORT,
TALE,STORY

19/12/2019

No.WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
61ACCLAIM
(प्रशंसा)
(V. applaud; announce with great approval)APPLAUSE,
KUDOS,RAVE,
PRAISE
62ACCOMMODATE
(समायोजित)
(V. do a favor or service for; provide for; supply with; make suitable; adapt; allow for)CONTAIN,HOLD,
RENT,SHELTER,
TAKE IN,
WELCOME
63ACCOMPANIMENT
(संगत)
(N. act of accompanying someone or something)ADJUNCT,
ACCESSORY,
ATTACHMENT,
ATTRIBUTE
64ACCOMPANIST
(साथ रहनेवाला)
(N. one who or that which accompanies)ARTIST,
CROONER,
DIVA,
SOLOIST
65ACCOMPANY
(साथ)
(V. travel with; be associated with)ATTEND,
ESCORT,
FOLLOW,
GUIDE

18/12/2019

No.WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
56ACCEPT
(स्वीकार करना)
(V. to take when offered)GET,TAKE,
OBTAIN,
WELCOME
57ACCESS
(पहुँच)
(N. approach; entry; entrance)APPROACH,
ENTRY,
CONNECTION
58ACCESSIBLE
(सुलभ)
(ADJ. easily approached or entered; obtainable; easy to talk to or get along with)HANDY,
AVAILABLE,
USABLE
59ACCESSION
(परिग्रहण)
(N. induction or elevation, as to dignity, office, or government)EXTENSION,
ENLARGEMENT,
ADDITION
60ACCESSORY
(सहायक)
(N. additional object; useful but not essential thing; subordinate or supplementary item)ADORNMENT,
COMPONENT,
APPLIANCE,
DECORATION

17/12/2019

No.WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
51ACADEMIC
(अकादमिक)
(ADJ. related to school; not practical or directly useful; relating to scholarly organization; based on
formal education)
LECTURER,
STUDENT,
PROFESSOR,
SCHOLAR
52ACADEMICIAN
(विद्वान)
(N. a scholar who is skilled in academic disputationACADEMIC,
SCHOLAR,
DOCTOR,
PUNDIT
53ACADEMY
(विध्यापीठ)
n. school for special instruction; society of scholars, scientists, or artists)INSTITUTE,
SEMINARY,
SECONDARY SCHOOL,
BOARDING SCHOOL
54ACCEDE
(मान लेना )
(V. agree; give consent, often at insistence of another; concede)ACCEPT,
ACQUIESCE,
ALLOW,ADMIT
55ACCELERATE
(गति बढ़ाना)
(V. move faster; cause to develop or progress more quickly; occur sooner than expected)FURTHER,
OPEN UP,
SPUR,HASTEN

16/12/2019

No.WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
46ABSURD
(बेतुका)
(ADJ. preposterous; ridiculously incongruous or unreasonable; foolish)CRAZY,GOOFY,
FOOLISH,
WACKY
47ABUNDANT
(प्रचुर)
(ADJ. plentiful; possessing riches or resources)AMPLE,RICH,
BOUNTIFUL,
COPIOUS
48ABUSIVE
(अपमानजनक )
(ADJ. coarsely insulting; physically harmful; characterized by improper or wrongful use)INSULTING,
OFFENSIVE,
RUDE
49ABUT
(सीमा पर एकत्रित होना)
(V. border upon; adjoin; touch or end at one end or side; lie adjacent)ADJOIN,
BORDER ON,
NEIGHBOR
50ABYSS
(रसातल,पाताल)
(N. enormous chasm; vast bottomless pit; any deep, immeasurable space; hell)CHASM,
DEPTH,VOID,
CREVASSE

13/12/2019

No.WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
41ABSORPTION
(अवशोषण)
(N. process of absorbing nutrients into the body after digestion; state of mental concentration)CONSUMPTION,
DIGESTION,
INTAKE,
SATURATION
42ABSTAIN
(बचना)
(V. refrain; hold oneself back voluntarily from an action or practice)QUIT,CEASE,
FORGO,SHUN
43ABSTEMIOUS
(संयमी)
(ADJ. sparing or moderation in eating and drinking; temperate)SOBER,ASCETIC,
CONTINENT,
FRUGAL
44ABSTINENCE
(परहेज)
(N. restraint from eating or drinking; refraining from indulging appetite or desire)CHASTITY,
FASTING,
MODERATION,
SELF-RESTRAINT
45ABSTRUSE
(अव्यक्त)
(ADJ. obscure; profound; difficult to understand)ESOTERIC,
PERPLEXING,
DEEP,HIDDEN

 

12/12/2019

No.WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
36ABSENCE
(अनुपस्थित)
(N. state of being absent; state of being away)AWOL,CUT,
HOOKY,
TRUANCY
37ABSENT-MINDED
(अनुपस्थित विचार वाले)
(ADJ. lacking in attention to immediate surroundings or business)ABSENT,LOST,
CARELESS
38ABSOLUTION
(मुक्ति)
(N. act of absolving or the state of being absolved; formal remission of sin imparted by a priest)FORGIVENESS,
MERCY,PARDON
39ABSOLVE
(दोषमुक्त करना)
(V. let off hook; relieve of requirement or obligation)ACQUIT,EXEMPT,
FORGIVE,EXEMPT
40ABSORB
(सोख लेना)
(V. assimilate or incorporate; suck or drink up; occupy full attention)CONSUME,INGEST,
SWALLOW,
TAKE IN

11/12/2019

No.
WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
31ABROGATE
(अभिनिषेध करना)
(ADJ. abolish, do away with, or annul, especially by authority)ABOLISH,REPEAL,
INVALIDATE,
QUASH
32ABRUPT
(आकस्मिक)
(ADJ. broken off; very steep; having sudden transitions from one subject to another)SUDDEN,HURRIED,
QUICK,SURPRISING
33ABSCESS
(फोड़ा)
(N. a collection of pus in a cavity formed within some tissue of the body)ULCER,PUSTULE,
BOIL
34ABSCISSION
(विगलन)
(N. the act of cutting off, as in a surgical operation)CUTTING,REMOVAL,
SECTION
35ABSCOND
(फरार होना)
(V. leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself, often to avoid arrest or prosecution)SCRAM,
DISAPPEAR,
ESCAPE,SPLIT

10/12/2019

No.
WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
26ABORIGINES
(मूलनिवासी)
(N. the original of earliest known inhabitants of a country)BUSHMAN,
NATIVE,
PRIMITIVE,
ABORIGINAL
27ABRADE
(नष्ट करना)
(V. wear away by friction; scrape; erode)WEAR,GRATE,
RUB,SCUFF
28ABRASION
(घर्षण)
(N. scratch; friction)SCRAPE,INJURY,
SCRATCH
29ABRIDGE
(संक्षेप करना)
(V. condense; shorten; reduce length of written text)CURTAIL,
TRUNCATE,
DECREASE,
ABBREVIATE
30ABRIDGMENT
(संक्षिप्तीकरण)
(N. a condensed form as of a book or play)DECREASE,
OUTLINE,
BREVIARY,DIGEST

09/12/2019

No.
WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
21ABNORMAL
(असामान्य)
(ADJ. unusual; not typical; not normal)WEIRD,ATYPICAL,
BIZARRE,ODD
22ABOMINABLE
(घिनौना)
(ADJ. detestable; extremely unpleasant; very bad)AWFUL,VILE,
TERRIBLE,
DESPICABLE
23ABOMINATE
(घृणा करना)
(V. to hate violently)ABHOR,DISLIKE,
HATE,LOATHE
24ABOMINATION
(नफरत,घृणा)
(N. a very detestable act or practice)BOTHER,EVIL,
CURSE,
ANATHEMA
25ABORIGINAL
(आदिवासी)
(ADJ. being the first of its kind in a region; primitive; native)ANCIENT,NATIVE,
ORIGINAL,FIRST

08/12/2019

No.
WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
16ABJECT
(अधम,नीच)
(ADJ. being of the most miserable kind; wretched; lacking pride; brought low in condition or status)WRETCHED,BASE,
DEGRADED,LOW
17ABJURE
(त्यागना)
(V. renounce upon oath; abandon forever)RENEGE,FORSWEAR,
RECANT,RETRACT
18ABLE-BODIED
(ह्रष्ट-पुष्ट)
(ADJ. competent for physical service)STRAPPING,
HEALTHY,
FIT,POWERFUL
19ABLUTION
(स्नान)
(N. washing or cleansing of the body, especially as part of religious rite)BATH,CLEANSING,
SHOWER,
PURIFICATION
20ABNEGATE
(अस्वीकार करना)
(V. give up or surrender; deny something to oneself)ABSTAIN,REJECT,
REFRAIN,DECLINE

07/12/2019

No.
WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
11ABET
(उकसाना)
(V. aid, usually in doing something wrong; encourage)CONDONE,INCITE,
INSTIGATE,
PROVOKE
12ABEYANCE
(दुविधा)
(N. suspended action; temporary cessation or suspension)DORMANCY,LATENCY,
INACTIVITY,RECESS
13ABHORRENCE
(घृणा)
(N. the act of detesting extremely)HATE,HATRED,
LOATHING,ENMITY
14ABHORRENT
(घिनौना)
(ADJ. very repugnant; hateful)DESPICABLE,
REPULSIVE,
LOATHSOME
15ABIDANCE
(पालन)
(N. an abiding)UPBRINGING,KEEPING,
BREEDING

06/12/2019

No.
WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
6
ABDOMEN
(पेट )
(N. belly, or that part of the body between the thorax and the pelvis)BELLY,TUMMY,
GUT,PAUNCH
7
ABDOMINAL
(उदरीय)(पेट)
(N. of, pertaining to, or situated on the abdomen)BELLY,VENTRAL
INTESTINAL,
8
ABDUCTION
(अपहरण)
(N. criminal act of capturing and carrying away by force)KIDNAPPING,RAPE,
THEFT,SEIZURE
9
ABED
(बिस्तर पर)
(ADV. in bed; on a bed)LYING,REPOSE,
NONACTIVE,STATIC
10
ABERRATION
(विपथन)
(N. deviation from a right, customary, or prescribed course)ODDITY,QUIRK,
PECULIARITY

05/12/2019

No.
WORDMEANINGSYNONYMS
1
ABASE
(अपमानित करना)
(V. humiliate; lower or depress in rank or esteem)DEGRADE,DEPRESS,

LOWER,REDUCE,

DOWNGRADE

2
ABBESS
(महन्तिन)
(N. The lady superior of a nunnery)MOTHER SUPERIOR,

RELIGIOUS WOMAN

3
ABBEY
(ईसाई मठ)
(N. The group of buildings which collectively form the dwelling place of a society of monks or nuns)NUNNERY,MONASTERY
4
ABBOT
(मठाधीश)
(N. The superior of a community of monks)MONK,RECTOR
5
ABDICATE
(त्यागना)
(v. give up, renounce, abandon, lay down, or withdraw from, as a right or claim)ABANDON,ABJURE,

FORSAKE,GIVE UP,

QUIT,VACATE,YIELD

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