9 February 2018

Daily Important Vocabulary For Teaching Exam

Important Vocabulary For Teaching Exam

Meaning: a small quantity of a particular thing, especially something desirable or valuable
Synonym: particle, degree, speck, fragment, scrap,
Sentence: "his statement had a modicum of truth"
Meaning: sacrilegious against God or sacred things; profane.
Synonym: irreligious, irreverent, impious, ungodly,
Antonym: reverent
Sentence: "blasphemous and heretical talk"
Meaning: a person who collects or has a great love of books
Synonym: book lover, bookworm
Sentence: John is a bibliophile.
Meaning: taking place every other year, an event celebrated or taking place every two years Sentence: "the top antique fairs are the Milan and Florence biennials"
Meaning: sacrilegious against God or sacred things; profane.
Antonym: reverent
Sentence: "blasphemous and heretical talk"
Meaning: A moment of sudden understanding or revelation 
Antonym: Confusion, Secret
Sentence: In the first grade, I experienced an epiphany that girls were always treated differently than boys.
Synonym: literate, scholarly
Antonym: uneducated, ignorant
Sentence: As to what India derived from Greece there has been a good deal of erudite debate.
Synonym: subside, ebb, taper
Antonym: forge, ascend, prolong
Sentence: The unhappy memories of her childhood receded as she grew older
Meaning: surround (a place) with armed forces in order to capture it or force its surrender.
Synonym: beleaguer, blockade, surround
Antonym: release, relieve, reprieve; comfort, console,
Sentence: "she spent the whole day besieged by newsmen"
Meaning:(of a person's voice or other sound) imposingly deep and full.
Synonym: deep, clear, mellow, mellifluous, melodious, full-toned,
Antonym: serene, soothing, tranquil;
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