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Welcome to Online English Section with explanation inAffairsCloud.com. Here we are providing some difficult words , which is important for IBPS PO/CLERK/LIC AAO/RRB & SSC CGL EXAM and other !!!

1. – IMBECILE – मूर्ख

Meaning – a stupid person.

Usage – “I’d have to be an imbecile to do such a thing”

Synonyms – fool, idiot, cretin, moron, dolt, halfwit, ass, dunce, dullard, simpleton, nincompoop, blockhead, ignoramus, clod; informaldope, thickhead, ninny, chump, dimwit, dummy, dum-dum, dumb-bell, jackass, bonehead, fathead, numbskull, dunderhead, airhead, pinhead, lamebrain, pea-brain, birdbrain, dipstick, donkey, noodle; informalnit, nitwit, twit, numpty, clot, muppet, plonker, berk, prat, pillock, wally, wazzock, divvy; informalbozo, turkey, goofus.

2. – JADED – क्लांत

Meaning – bored or lacking enthusiasm, typically after having had too much of something.

Usage – “meals to tempt the most jaded appetites”

Synonyms – satiated, sated, surfeited, glutted, cloyed, gorged; dulled, blunted, deadened, benumbed.

3. – INSIPID – फीका

Meaning – lacking flavour; weak or tasteless.

Usage – “mugs of insipid coffee”

Synonyms – tasteless, flavourless, unflavoured, savourless, bland, weak, thin, watery, watered-down, unappetizing, unpalatable; informalwishy-washy; datedwersh.

4. – INSTILL – टपकाना

Meaning – gradually but firmly establish (an idea or attitude) in a person’s mind.

Usage – “the standards her parents had instilled into her”

Synonyms – inculcate, implant, fix, ingrain, infuse, impress, imprint, introduce; engender, produce, generate, induce, inspire, promote, foster; hammer into, drum into, drive into, drill into, din into.

5. – IMPUTE – मढ़ना

Meaning – represent (something, especially something undesirable) as being done or possessed by someone; attribute.

Usage – “the crimes imputed to Richard”

Synonyms – attribute, ascribe, assign, credit, accredit, chalk up; connect with, associate with, lay on, lay at the door of; informalpin on, stick on.

6. – FALLACYहेत्वाभास

Meaning – a mistaken belief, especially one based on unsound arguments.

Usage – “the notion that the camera never lies is a fallacy”

Synonyms – misconception, mistaken belief, misbelief, delusion, false notion, mistaken impression, misapprehension, misjudgement, miscalculation, misinterpretation, misconstruction, error, mistake, untruth, inconsistency, illusion, myth, fantasy, deceit, deception, sophism; sophistry, casuistry.

7. – FEUD – झगड़ा

Meaning – e engaged in a prolonged and bitter quarrel or dispute.

Usage – “Hoover feuded with the CIA for decades”

Synonyms – quarrel, fight, argue, bicker, squabble, dispute, clash, differ, be at odds, be at daggers drawn; wage war, take up arms; informalscrap, fall out, go at it hammer and tongs, fight like cat and dog.

8. – EXULT – मग्न होना

Meaning – show or feel triumphant elation or jubilation.

Usage – “exulting in her escape, Lisa closed the door behind her”

Synonyms – rejoice, be joyful, be happy, be pleased, be glad, be delighted, be elated, be ecstatic, be euphoric, be overjoyed, be as pleased as Punch, be cock-a-hoop, be jubilant, be rapturous, be in raptures, be transported, be beside oneself with joy, be delirious, be thrilled, jump for joy, be on cloud nine, be walking/treading on air.

9. – ENCROACHMENT – अतिक्रमण

Meaning – intrusion on a person’s territory, rights, etc.

Usage – “minor encroachments on our individual liberties”

Synonyms – intrusion into, trespass on, invasion of, infiltration of, incursion into, obtrusion into, overrunning of, usurping of, appropriation of; infringement of, impingement on, impinging on.

10. – TENABLE – लायक़

Meaning – able to be maintained or defended against attack or objection.

Usage – “such a simplistic approach is no longer tenable”

Synonyms – defensible, justifiable, defendable, supportable, sustainable, maintainable, arguable, able to hold water, reasonable, rational, sound, viable, workable, plausible, credible, believable, conceivable, acceptable, imaginable.