24 February 2018

Daily Important Vocabulary For Teaching Exam

Important Vocabulary For Teaching Exam

Dear Readers, we are providing to you Word List from The HINDU 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. Shovel 
Noun: an implement consisting of a broad blade or scoop attached to a long handle, used for taking up, removing, or throwing loose matter, as earth, snow, or coal, any fairly large contrivance or machine with a broad blade or scoop for taking up or removing loose matter.
Verb (used with object): to take up and cast or remove with a shovel; to gather up in large quantity roughly or carelessly with or as if with a shovel; to dig or clear with or as if with a shovel.
Synonyms: trowel, scoop.
2. Amorphous 
Adjective: lacking definite form, having no specific shape, formless, having no pattern or structure, unorganized
Synonyms: nebulous, vague, baggy, blobby, characterless, formless, inchoate, indeterminate, irregular, nondescript, shapeless.
Antonyms: definite, distinct, distinctive, shaped, shapely.
3. Goop 
Noun: i. A viscous or sticky substance; goo.
ii. A bad-mannered or inconsiderate person; clod; boor.
Synonyms: broth, juice, vapor, aqua, chaser, cooler, goo, liquor, solution,
Antonyms: solid.
4. Appall or appal
Verb (used with object): to fill or overcome with horror, consternation, or fear; dismay.
Synonyms: alarm, amaze, astound, awe, consternate, daunt, disconcert, dishearten, dismay, faze, frighten.
Antonyms: comfort, encourage, reassure, satisfy.
Example: I’m appalled at the recent brouhaha over efforts to revive the ancient Indian tradition of garbh sanskar.
5. Brouhaha 
Noun: excited public interest, discussion, or the like, as the clamour attending some sensational event; hullabaloo; an episode involving excitement, confusion, turmoil, etc., especially a broil over a minor or ridiculous cause.
Synonyms: fracas, melee, ado, row, to-do, setto.
Antonyms: peace
6. Cargo 
Noun: the lading or freight of a ship, airplane, etc; load; cargos, pants or shorts having several cargo pockets to hold bulky gear and small items.
Adjective: of or denoting a style of pants or shorts with cargo pockets.
Synonyms: consignment, freight, goods, load, merchandise, payload, shipment, burden, contents, haul, lading.
Example: "Sea route is far more cost effective and we are moving towards that direction when more and more cargo will be ferried through the sea route," Mr Modi said.
7. Ferry 
Noun: a commercial service with terminals and boats for transporting persons, automobiles, etc., across a river or other comparatively small body of water; a ferryboat; a service for flying airplanes over a particular route, especially the delivery of airplanes to an overseas purchaser or base of operations; the legal right to ferry passengers, cargo, etc., and to charge for the service.
Verb (used with object): to carry or convey back and forth over a fixed route in a boat or plane; to fly (an airplane) over a particular route, especially for delivery.
Verb (used without object): to go in a ferry.
Synonyms: barge, ferryboat, packet, packet boat, passage boat.
8. Sustain 
Verb (used with object): to support, hold, or bear up from below; bear the weight of, as a structure; to bear (a burden, charge, etc.); to undergo, experience, or suffer (injury, loss, etc.); endure without giving way or yielding; to keep (a person, the mind, the spirits, etc.) from giving way, as under trial or affliction; to keep up or keep going, as an action or process; to supply with food, drink, and other necessities of life; to provide for (an institution or the like) by furnishing means or funds.
Synonyms: assist, bolster, buoy, continue, defend, help, nurse, preserve, save, aid, approve, back, bankroll, bear.
Antonyms: harm, hinder, hurt, obstruct, stop, abbreviate, condemn, contradict, deny, deprive, disagreed, isapprove, discourage, disprove, hold, ignore, injure.
Example: India’s sustained engagement with Africa has got a fresh impetus under the Narendra Modi government’s watch.
9. Impetus 
Noun: a moving force; impulse; stimulus; (broadly) the momentum of a moving body, especially with reference to the cause of motion.
Synonyms: catalyst, impulse, incentive, momentum, motivation, stimulant, energy, goad, impulsion, incitation, incitement, power.
Antonyms: block, discouragement, check, hindrance.
10. Cornerstone 
Noun: a stone uniting two masonry walls at an intersection; a stone representing the nominal , ting place in the construction of amonumental building, usually carved with the date and laid with appropriate ceremonies; something that is essential, indispensable, or basic; the chief foundation on which something is constructed or developed.
Synonyms: essential, foundation, keystone, linchpin, mainstay, pillar, anchor, base, mainspring, key element, main ingredient.
Example: "Therefore, the cornerstone of our cooperation is voluntary partnership... demand-driven and devoid of any conditionalities," Mr. Jaitley said.
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