The announcement for certain SSC exam dates during this pandemic has become a very big relief for the aspirants preparing for various SSC Exams. With the SSC CGL Tier 2, CPO, CHSL exams scheduled for the month of October/ November, it has become important for us to prepare for the exam with full force. English Section is an integral part of the various SSC examinations. In this section, one of the most important and common topics on which questions are asked is Synonyms and Antonyms. Hence to assist you with your preparation of Synonyms and Antonyms for SSC Exams we have brought a free ebook on Important Previous Year Asked Synonyms and Antonyms For SSCTtier 1 & Tier 2 Examination.
- 1. Synonyms and Antonyms Asked In Previous Year SSC Exams
- How to Download Important Synonyms & Antonyms Questions?
- 2. Here’s A Sneek Peek Into Synonyms Ebook
- 3. Here’s A Sneek Peek Into Antonyms Ebook
- 4. Ebooks
1. Synonyms and Antonyms Asked In Previous Year SSC Exams
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2. Here’s A Sneek Peek Into Synonyms Ebook
- INTREPID – Resolutely fearless / dauntless / – FEARLESS
- ABROGATE – Repeal or do away with (a law, right, or formal agreement) / – REPEAL
- DEFERENCE – Polite submission and respect / – RESPECT
- COVENANT – Agree by lease, deed, or other legal contract / – CONTRACT
- OBNOXIOUS – Extremely unpleasant / – DISGUSTING
- PROLIFERATE– Increase rapidly in number/multiply/cause (cells, tissue, structures, etc.) to reproduce rapidly / – REPRODUCE RAPIDLY
- PARADOX – A seemingly absurd or contradictory statement or proposition which when investigated may prove to be well-founded or true / – PUZZLE
- COLOSSAL – Extremely large or great / – ENORMOUS
- INCEPTION – The establishment or starting point of an institution or activity / – ORIGIN
- GRANDEUR – Splendour, and impressiveness, especially of appearance or style / – MAGNIFICENCE
- TRAMP – A person who travels from place to place on foot in search of work or as a vagrant or beggar / – WANDERER
- CONSIGNEE – The person or company to whom goods or documents are officially sent or delivered / – NOMINEE
- INFATUATION – An intense but short-lived passion or admiration for someone or something / – PASSION
- BEAUTIFUL – Pleasing the senses or mind aesthetically / – HANDSOME
- MOMENTOUS – Of great importance or significance, especially in having a bearing on future events / – IMPORTANT
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3. Here’s A Sneek Peek Into Antonyms Ebook
- HARMONY – The state of being in agreement or concord – STRIFE
- FETTER – Restrain with chains or manacles, typically around the ankles – LIBERATE
- PARSIMONIOUS – Very unwilling to spend money or use resources –EXTRAVAGANT
- DENSE – Closely compacted in substance – SPARSE
- OSTRACISE – Exclude from a society or group – WELCOME
- LAMENT – A passionate expression of grief or sorrow / a complaint – REJOICE
- MUTILATE – Inflict a violent and disfiguring injury on – MEND
- RELUCTANTLY – With hesitation, doubt or dread – WILLINGLY
- MYTH – A widely held but false belief or idea – FACT
- CONCILIATION – The action of stopping someone being angry / placation – CONFRONTATION
- AFFLUENT – Having a great deal of money (especially of a group or area) / wealthy – POOR
- ERUDITE – Having or showing great knowledge or learning – UNSCHOLARLY
13. COAX – Persuade (someone) gradually or gently to do something – DISSUADE
- ALTERCATION – A noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public -COMPROMISE
- ANIMOSITY – Strong hostility – LOVE
- RATIFICATION – official way to confirm something, usually by vote – DISAPPROVAL
- ROUGH – Having an uneven or irregular surface / not smooth or level – SMOOTH
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