Daily Vocabulary & Practice For SSC Exams

Daily Vocabulary & Practice For SSC Exams:15 March 2019

Daily Vocabulary & Practice For SSC Exams:15 March 2019

Daily Vocabulary & Practice For SSC Exams: 15 march 2019: In this Post we provide you Synonyms, Antonyms, Idioms & Phrases , Pair of words and one word substitution. Vocabulary is an important part of English that helps you deal with all kinds of questions in objective as well as descriptive papers of various exams. Speaking of Govt Exams,  SSC GD Constable 2019-20  and SSC CPO Exams are the latest opportunities followed by SSC CGL 2018-19 and SSC CHSL 2018-19 Exams. You can learn new words daily from our Daily Word List. Learn the words and make your own sentences based on the given word list


  Word   Meaning   Synonyms Antonyms
1.        Abate कम करना/शांत करना Moderate Aggravate
2.        Arraign दोषारोपण Charge Exculpate
3.        Apathy उदासीनता Unconcern Concern
4.        Captivity कारावास/अधीनता Imprisonment Freedom
5.        Captivate मोहित करना/लुभाना Charm Disillusion
6.        Calumny आक्षेप/झूठा अभियोग Defamation Commendation
7.        Deceit कपट/छल Deception Veracity
8.        Decay क्षय होना/नाश होना Collapse Flourish
9.        Dainty मृदु/सुन्दर Elegant Clumsy
10.    Encumbrance बाधा/भार   Hindrance Incentive
11.    Eloquence वाक्पटुता Expression Halting
12.    Eliminate हटा देना Expel Restore
13.    Feud दुश्मनी/बैर Strife Fraternity
14.    Ferocious क्रुर/खूँखार Untamed Gentle
15.    Feeble क्षीण/कमजोर Weak Strong
16.    Guile छलकपट Cunning Honesty
17.    Grudge अनिच्छा/दुर्भावना Hatred Benevolence
18.    Grisly विकट/क्रूर Disgusting Pleasing
19.    Hypocrisy पाखंड/ढोंग Deception Sincerity
20.    Hideous घृणित Frightful Attractive


One-Word Substitutions

1.         Martyr (शहीद) One who dies for a noble cause
2.         Novice or Tyro (नौसिखिया) One new to anything
3.         Autobiography (आत्मकथा) The life history of a person written by himself
4.         Maiden speech (प्रथम भाषण) The first speech delivered by a person
5.         Carnivorous (मांसाहारी) One who lives on flesh
6.         Cannibal (नरभक्षी) One who feeds on human flesh
7.         Contemporaries (समकालीन) Person living at the same time
8.         Insolvent/Bankrupt (दिवालिया) A person who is unable to pay his debts
9.         Inaudible (जो सुना न जा सके/आश्रव्य) A sound that cannot be heard
10.     Inaccessible (दुर्गम्य) That cannot be easily approached


  1. To and fro (forward and backward): The people were strolling in the park to and fro.
  2. To have feet of clay (full of faults): There are a few in the party who don’t have feet of clay.
  3. A flash in the pan (sudden success): His selection in the university cricket team was flash I the pan.
  4. Close shave (a narrow escape): he had a close shave in an accident yesterday.
  5. Cut and dried (readymade form): You can’t get everything cut and dried.
  6. To bite the dust (to be defeated): Pakistan had to bite the dust in the Kargil war.
  7. Willy-nilly (whether one wishes or not): She was forced willy-nilly to accept the proposal.
  8. To have an axe to grind (to have a selfish interest): Ravi does not help anyone unless he has an axe to grind.
  9. To give a wide berth (to avoid): One should always give a wide berth to the bad habits.
  10. To take to heels (to run away): The girls playing in the garden took to their heels on seeing a snake.


1.         Act upon Do according to (के अनुसार कार्य करना)
2.         Act on Affect (प्रभाव डालना)
3.         Act for To work in place of someone else (किसी के स्थान)
4.         Back out To withdraw from a promise (वायदे से मुकर जाना)
5.         Back up Support (समर्थन करना)
6.         Bear out To confirm (पुष्टि करना)
7.         Bear away Win (जीतना )
8.         Bear down Crush (कुचलना )
9.         Bear upon To be connected (सम्बन्धित होना)
10.     Bear with Tolerate (गिराना)

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