English Vocabulary for Bank Exams 50 most important Synonyms-Antonym words

01. Incorrigible (adjective): [ Source: EBL - 2018 ]
Synonyms: Incurable, intractable, inveterate
Antonyms: Good, manageable, nice

02. Sanguine (adjective): [ Source: SIBL - 2015 ]
Synonyms: Confident, cheerful, bright
Antonyms: Depressed, gloomy, pessimistic
03. Subsume (verb): [ Source: MBL - 2016 ]
Synonym: include, classify, contain, involve
Antonym: exclude

04. Discarded (verb): [ Source: IBL - 2013 ]
Synonym: Rejected, damaged, abandoned, relinquished
Antonym: Cherished, worthwhile, kept

05. Penance (noun): [ Source: JBL - 2017 ]
Synonym: Atonement, Expiation, Reparation
Antonym: happiness, joy, reward

06. Hooliganism (noun): [ Source: JBL - 2019 ]
Synonym: Rowdiness, disorganization, disruption
Antonym: Continuation, peace, assistance, beginning

07. Fading (verb): [ Source: EBL - 2019 ]
Synonym: evanescent, dying. Paling, declining
Antonym: emerging, developing, reviving

08. Anticipate (verb): [ Source: MTBL - 2018 ]
Synonym: Expect, foresee, predict, prophesy
Antonym: Doubt, be surprised, confirm

09. Presume (verb): [ Source: BBL - 2015 ]
Synonym: Surmise, guess, believe, assume
Antonym: Calculate, doubt, measure

10. Disruptive (adjective): [ Source: DBBL - 2014 ]
Synonym: disturbing, rowdy, troublesome, unruly
Antonym: calming, disciplined, soothing



11. Precipitate (adjective): [ Source: DBBL - 2016 ]
Synonym: Hasty, rash, rushed
Antonym: Deliberate, gradual, leisurely

12. Clandestine (adjective): [ Source: UCBL - 2019 ]
Synonyms: Covert, stealthy.
Antonyms: Authorized, honest.

13. Tasked (verb): [ Source: IFIC - 2018 ]
Synonyms: Assigned, entrusted, loaded
Antonym: aided, assisted, exonerated

14. Stabilize (verb): [ Source: EBL - 2017 ]
Synonym: Balance, fix, preserve, secure, steady
Antonym: Destroy, forget, ignore, neglect

15. Rogue (noun): [ Source: PBL - 2019 ]
Synonyms: Cheat, cheater, criminal
Antonyms: Honest, straight

16. Modalities (noun): [ Source: PBL - 2012 ]
Synonym: methods, procedures, processes, approaches
Antonym: Chaos, anarchy, differences

17. Cognizant (adjective): [ Source: JBL - 2015 ]
Synonym: Aware, conscious, apprised, informed, observant
Antonym: Ignorant, indifferent, senseless

18. Contours (noun):  [ Source: SBL - 2016 ]
Synonym: Outline, shape, form, blueprint
Antonym: Similarity, uniformity



19. Regime (noun): [ Source: SBL - 2018 ]
Synonym: system, arrangement, code, arrangement
Antonym: anarchy, disorganization

20. Dismantle (verb): [ Source: MTBL - 2018 ]
Synonym: Break up, Destroy, Disassemble
Antonym: Build, construct, create

21. Resolve (verb): [ Source: NCCBL - 2019 ]
Synonym: accomplish, achieve, actualize, enact
Antonym: failed, destroyed, lost

22. Adept (adjective): [ Source: NCCBL - 2012 ]
Synonym: Capable, deft, proficient, skilled
Antonym: Incapable, incompetent, ignorant

23. Impute (verb): [ Source: TBL - 2013 ]
Synonym: Assign, blame, lay
Antonym: Defend, guard, help, protect

24. Reliant (Adjective): [ Source: UCBL - 2014 ]
Synonyms: Confident, Dependent, susceptible, subservient
Antonyms: Disbelieve, Disregard, Ignore

25. Pretence (noun): [ Source: SIBL - 2018 ]
Synonyms: Putting on an act, faking.
Antonyms: Reality, honesty.

26. Robust (Adjective): [ Source: TBL - 2016 ]
Synonyms: Durable, Resilient, tough, strong, long-lasting
Antonyms: Fickle, weak, frail, insipid, tasteless

27. Quintessential (adjective): [ Source: DBBL - 2018 ]
Synonyms: Prototypical, stereotypical, archetypal, classic,
Antonyms: Average, bad, deficient


28. Debility (noun): [ Source: DBBL - 2015 ]
Synonyms: Frailty, weakness, fatigue
Antonyms: Robustness, strength, vigor

29. Predicament (noun): [ Source: TBL - 2015 ]
Synonym: Circumstances, crisis, deadlock, dilemma
Antonym: Advantage, Benefit, Agreement, Blessing

30. Unanimously (adverb): [ Source: TBL - 2017 ]
Synonym: Collectively, commonly, consistently
Antonym: Differently, divergently, oppositely

31. Precious (adjective): [ Source: IBL - 2017 ]
Synonyms: Adored, cherished, beloved, dear
Antonyms: Cheap, common, impaired, deficient

32. Unravelled (verb): [ Source: IBL - 2015 ]
Synonym: Deciphered, undid, resolved, solved
Antonym: Entangled, questioned, wondered, joined

33. Dormant (adjective): [ Source: NRBCBL - 2018 ]
Synonym: Sleeping, slumbering, resting,
Antonym: Active, alert, awake



34. Ligature (noun): [ Source: NCCBL - 2015 ]
Synonyms: Bond, cord, knot, link, tie
Antonyms: Detaching, unbinding, unfastening, untying

35. Hovered (verb): [ Source: JBL - 2018 ]
Synonyms: Loiter, hang, float, levitate
Antonyms: Relinquished, deserted, left

36. Acquit (verb):  [ Source: PBL - 2012 ]
Synonyms: Absolve, clear, exculpate, exonerate.
Antonyms: Criminate, incriminate.

37. Impasse (noun): [ Source: IFIC - 2014 ]
Synonyms: Deadlock, stand-off
Antonyms: Agreement, breakthrough

38. Mooted (verb): [ Source: BDBL - 2017 ]
Synonym: broached, discussed, introduced
Antonym: closed, finished


39. Voluntary (adjective): [ Source: BDBL - 2018 ]
Synonym: Discretionary, optional, elective
Antonym: Compulsory, mandatory, necessary

40. Consensus (noun): [ Source: BKBL - 2016 ]
Synonym: Harmony, accord, concord, unison
Antonym: Denial, refusal, dissension

41. Condemnation (noun):  [ Source: PSB - 2019 ]
Synonym: damnation, reproach
Antonym: compliment, acquittal, absolution

42. Denunciation (noun): . [ Source: CBL - 2017 ]
Synonym: Indictment, accusation, censure, disapproval
Antonym: Appreciation, exculpation, exoneration

43. Notion (noun):  [ Source: CBL - 2015 ]
Synonym: Concept, approach, assumption
Antonym: Being, concrete, reality

44. Startling (adjective): [ Source: PBL - 2018 ]
Synonym: Alarming, astonishing, shocking
Antonym: Expected, certain, confirmed



45. Denunciation (noun): [ Source: JBL - 2012 ]
Synonym: Indictment, accusation, censure, disapproval
Antonym: Appreciation, exculpation, exoneration

46. Embody (verb): [ Source: MTBL - 2015 ]
Synonyms: Represent, Epitomize
Antonyms: Conceal, Exclude

47. Cumbersome (adjective): [ Source: MTBL - 2014 ]
Synonym: Awkward, clumsy, inconvenient
Antonym: Convenient, manageable

48. Foster (verb): [ Source: MBL - 2016 ]
Synonym: Encourage, promote, further, stimulate.
Antonym: Block, cease, discourage.

49. Fraught (Adjective): [ Source: MBL - 2018 ]
Synonym: charge, filled, replete
Antonym: calm



50.  Multitude (Noun): [ Source: UCBL - 2015 ]
Synonym: A great/large quantity, a great/large number
Antonym: Little, minority, handful

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