Easy way to improve Your Vocabulary with Examples
- Pellucid : ( पारदर्शक, स्पष्ट)
Meaning: A sentence that teaches a new vocabulary word should always be pellucid, that is, its style and meaning should be easily understandable so that you can derive the definition from the sentence.
- Exegesis: (व्याख्या , टिप्पणी )
Meaning: If your teacher gives an explanation of a difficult text you are reading, she is giving you an exegesis on it. An exegesis is a critical look at a text.
- WRATH (क्रोध)
Meaning: Wrath means the same as anger.
Example: He incurred the wrath of the authorities in speaking out against government injustices.
Meaning: A tyranny is a cruel, harsh, and unfair government in which a person or small group of people have power over everyone else.
Example: Self – expression and individuality are the greatest weapons against tyranny.
- IMPETUOUS (अविवेकी, तीव्र)
Meaning: If you describe someone as impetuous, you mean that they are likely to act quickly and suddenly without Thinking or being careful.
Example: He was young and impetuous.
- Malaise: (अस्वस्थता , परेशान , बेचैनी )
Meaning: If you are experiencing malaise, chances are you are feeling blue or looking green. Malaise is a slump; you’re not feeling your best — either mentally or physically.
- Fructify: (उपजाऊ बनाना , फलवान होना )
Meaning: A newly planted apple tree can take years to fructify, but when it does there will be plenty of apples to go around. To fructify is to “produce fruit,” or “become fruitful.”
- Saturnine: (गमगीन, एकांतप्रिय, आलसी )
Meaning: Medieval alchemists ascribed to the planet Saturn a gloomy and slow character. When people are called saturnine, it means they are like the planet––gloomy, mean, scowling. Not exactly life of the party.
- INGENIOUS (सरल, शुद्ध)
Meaning: Something that is ingenious