As we all know that now a day’s in All Banking Exams and other competitive exams most of the English Sections were taken from Editorial pages. So it is essential to have a sound knowledge and understanding of English vocabulary. So here we are presenting you Vocabulary from “The Hindu”.


1.SHAPELY (ADJECTIVE): well-proportioned 

Synonyms: comely, elegant

Antonyms: ugly, deformed

     Example Sentence: 
He is sharply.

2. STATUESQUE (ADJECTIVE): tall and dignified 

Synonyms: beautiful, graceful

Antonyms: short, small

 Example Sentence: 

He has a statuesque personality.

3. CLASH (NOUN): disagreement or fight 

Synonyms: argument, battle

Antonyms: calm, harmony

 Example Sentence: 

There is clash among them.

 4. TRUCE (NOUN): peaceful solution 

Synonyms: accord, agreement

Antonyms: continuation, war

Example Sentence: 

They always show truce to make their family happy.

5. CLEMENCY (NOUN): forgiveness 
Synonyms: leniency, mercy

Antonyms: cruelty, indulgence

Example Sentence: 

Clemency is the biggest boon for everyone.

 6. CHARIOTS (NOUN): machine used for transportation 

Synonyms: automobile, boat

Antonyms: end, goal

Example Sentence: 

He has a chariots.

7. CLEANSE (VERB): clean 

Synonyms: disinfect, purge

Antonyms: dirty, corrupt

Example Sentence: 

To cleanse your clothes, you will have to use TIDE.

8. FLIMSY (ADJECTIVE): light, thin 

Synonyms: feeble, shaky

Antonyms: healthy, sound

Example Sentence: 

She is flimsy.


Synonyms: clear, delicate

Antonyms: opaque, thick

Example Sentence: 

This is a chiffon sight.

10. DENSE (ADJECTIVE): compressed, thick 

Synonyms: heavy, solid

Antonyms: easy, soft

Example Sentence: 

I crossed through a dense street.



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