Important Vocabulary For DSSSB Exam: 4th June 2018

Important Vocabulary For Teaching Exam

Dear Readers, we are providing to you Word List from The Newspaper to improve your word power. It will help you to enhance your word power as well as you can understand the correct usage of the word. Your reading habit can make all the difference. If you are not able to read a newspaper for Teaching Exam. We will post important words every day from editorial section.

1.Mitigate(Verb)
Meaning-diminish
Synonyms-alleviate, assuage
Use-For good or evil, the great towns are here, and we can but mitigate.

2.Denounce(Verb)
Meaning-condemn
Synonyms-accuse, revile
Use-Their suspension of the penalties for Nonconformity was denounced.

3.Goad(Verb)
Meaning-incite
Synonyms-harass, coerce
Use-Goaded by something akin to despair, she was now more dangerous than resolute.

4.Rational(Adjective)-
Meaning-realistic
Synonyms-analytical, lucid
Use-Enacted institutions are products of rational invention and intention.

5.Tame(Adjective)
Meaning-domesticated
Synonyms- gentle, bridled
Use-Your proposed alterations would, in my opinion, make it tame.

6.Recalcitrant( Adjective): 
Meaning-stubbornly resistant to authority or control
Synonyms- fractious, refractory
Use-Banks have the habit of throwing good money after bad money, and letting the recalcitrant promoters freely run their enterprises“the University suspended the most recalcitrant demonstrators”

7.Pervasive (Adjective): 
Meaning-spreading or spread throughout
Synonyms- permeant, permeating
Use-Discrimination is all-pervasive and is often suffered silently.

8.Ferret(Verb): 
Meaning:-dig
Synonyms- uncover, uproot
Use-“Not only are we accused of not having the administrative capacity of ferreting out wrongdoing, we do not punish the wrong-doer, unless he is small and weak.

9.Recalcitrant(Adjective): 
Meaning-stubborn
Synonyms- obstinate, headstrong
Use-Banks have the habit of throwing good money after bad money, and letting the recalcitrant promoters freely run their enterprises.

10. Bombard(Verb)
Meaning-To attack with bombs, shells, or missiles.
Synonyms-assault, harass
Use-He or she would be bombarded with telephone calls.