MOST IMPORTANT VOCABULARY FOR SSC CGL AND SBI PO
1. flamboyant – having a very noticeable quality that attracts a lot of attention,excessively ,showy
(adjective) marked by or given to strikingly elaborate or colorful display or behavior
(more flamboyant, most flamboyant)
Synonyms – catchy, bodacious, conspicuous, gaudy, ostentatious
Flamboyance – noun
Flamboyantly – adverb
She is wearing flamboyant clothes on his demise.
2. Recalcitrant – stubbornly refusing to obey rules or orders
(adjective) difficult to manage or operate
(more recalcitrant, most recalcitrant)
Synonyms – unruly, disobedient,headstrong
Recalcitrance – noun
He is a recalcitrant student, never listening to his teacher’s advise.
3. Abundant – existing or occurring in large amounts
Synonyms – ample, plentiful
When the earthquake arrived last summer, the government had provided abundant supply of food.
4. Placate – to cause (someone) to feel less angry about something
(verb) to soothe or especially by concessions
To make somebody calm
(placated, placates, placating)
Synonyms – appease, assuage, to pacify
The government placated the victims by guaranteeing them permanent jobs.
5. Tranquil – quiet and peaceful, calm, free from disturbance or turmoil
(more tranquil, most tranquil)
Synonyms – placid, serene, still
She is living a tranquil life in that small village.
6. Scrutiny – a searching study, inquiry, or inspection
(noun) a searching look
Synonyms – audit, inspection, scan
I was aware of his scrutiny so i avoided him
7. Rife – very common and often bad or unpleasant
(adjective) prevalent especially to an increasing degree
Synonyms – common, widespread, abundant
Chain snatching is rife in tourist places.
8. Heinous – hatefully or shockingly evil
(adjective) very bad or evil : deserving of hate or contempt
Synonyms – atrocious, evil, odious
Heinously – adverb
Heinousness – noun
He was murdered heinously in the backyard of his house.
9. Beckon – to summon or signal typically with a wave or nod
(verb) to signal (someone) with your arm or hand in order to tell that person to come
closer or follow
(beckons, beckoned, beckoning)
She beckoned to her children to follow her.
10. Collude-to work with others secretly especially in order to do something illegal
(verb) to conspire
(colludes, colluded, colluding)
Synonyms- plot, conspire, connive, intrigue
She is colluding with her boss to decrease the salary hikes.