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IBPS Bank PO and Clerk English SYNONYMS Set - B

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English SYNONYMS Set - 'B'

E
1.    Economical – frugal, stingy, thrifty, sparing
2.    Eager – keen, passionate, earnest, longing
3.    Earnest – intent, serious, sincere, determined
4.    Earthly – worldly, sensual, unspiritual



5.    Easy – facile, simple, light, effortless
6.    Eccentric – unnatural, whimsical, strange, abnormal
7.    Echo – imitation, reflection, repercussion, reproduction
8.    Ecstatic – beatific, rapturous, entrancing, gay
9.    Edge – brink, verge, border, brim
10.    Educated – literate, learned, scholarly, qualified
11.    Effective – potent, competent, effectual, cogent
12.    Effeminate – feminine, soft, womanish, unmanly
13.    Efficient – potent,  competent, capable,    efficacious
14.    Effigy – figure, image, portrait, statue
15.    Effortless – easily, lightly, comfortably, simply
16.    Effusive – effluent, generous, profuse, emotional
17.    Egotistic – vain, conceited, proud, self-important
18.    Egregious – monstrous, outrageous, wretched, awful
19.    Egress – exit, emergence, departure, outlet
20.    Eject – emit, banish, expel, discharge
21.    Elaborate – extravagant, garnished, painstaking, prodigious
22.    Elective – optional, voluntary, selective
23.    Elegance – gracefulness, beauty, grace, politeness
24.    Elegiac – sad, sorrowful, mournful, plaintive
25.    Elevate – raise, promote, lift, hoist
26.    Elevation – altitude, height, hill
27.    Eliminate – exclude, eradicate, expel, oust
28.    Elite – cream, superior, select, forward
29.    Eloquent – fluent, communicative, expressive
30.    Elude – avoid, escape, evade, shun
31.    Emaciated – thin, wasted, withered, gaunt
32.    Emancipate – free, liberate, release, unshackle
33.    Embarrassed –confused, perplexed, humiliated, nervous
34.    Eminence – fame, distinction, prominence, repute
35.    Emit – exhale, eject, discharge, emanate
36.    Emotion – feeling, passion, excitement, agitation
37.    Empathy – sympathy, sensitivity, kindness, emotion
38.    Emperor – king, ruler, monarch, governor
39.    Emphasize – stress, press, force, reiterate
40.    Emphatic – forceful, definite, categorical, vigorous
41.    Employment – awarding, commissioning, enlistment, exertion
42.    Empty – void, vacant, hollow, null
43.    Emulate – contend, footsteps, imitate, rival
44.    Encamp – camp, pitch, settle
45.    Enchanting – captivating, charming, winning
46.    End – finish, terminate, close, conclude
47.    Endanger – risk, hazard, peril, commit
48.    Endurance – patience, stamina, fortitude, courage
49.    Energetic – active, vigorous, lively, strong
50.    Engrossing – captivating, enthralling, monopolizing, preoccupying
51.    Enhance – augment, increase, raise, advance
52.    Enigmatic – ambiguous, mysterious, obscure, occult
53.    Enlarge – amplify, expand, extend, increase
54.    Enlighten – illuminate, irradiate, illumine
55.    Enormous – large, vast, gigantic, colossal
56.    Enrage – infuriate, anger, incense, madden
57.    Enrich – endow, supply, store, enhance
58.    Ensconce – shelter, shield, harbor, hide
59.    Enslave – bind, subjugate, captivate, overpower
60.    Ensnare – trap, enmesh, entangle, entrap
61.    Entertainment – feast, amusement, recreation, sport
62.    Enterprise – campaign, engagement, speculation
63.    Enthrall – capture, enslave, subdue, overcome
64.    Enthusiast – fan, aficionado, devotee
65.    Enthusiastic – passionate, fanatic, fervent, earnest
66.    Entice – seduce, tempt, wheedle, coax
67.    Entirely – completely, perfectly, wholly, totally
68.    Envy – malice, ill-will, jealously, malignity
69.    Epitaph – epigraph, memorial, monument, remembrance
70.    Equality – evenness, uniformity, sameness
71.    Equanimity – calmness, composure, peace, serenity
72.    Equipments – apparatus, outfit, impedimenta
73.    Equivocal – ambiguous, dubious, questionable, unclear
74.    Equivocate – prevaricate, evade, dodge, fence
75.    Errand – assignment, grindstone, headache, nuisance
76.    Erroneous – false, inaccurate, untrue, wrong
77.    Erudite – learned, scholarly, academic, highly qualified
78.    Escalate – amplify, broaden, enlarge, expand
79.    Escape – avoid, elude, evade, shun
80.    Espionage – intelligence, shadowing, undercover activities
81.    Essential – necessary, vital, important, compulsory
82.    Establishment – organization, institution, business, firm
83.    Estimate – assess, measure, evaluate, appraise
84.    Estranged – alienated, disloyal, separated
85.    Eternal – endless, everlasting, incessant, perpetual
86.    Eulogize – praise, exalt, admire, laud
87.    Eulogy – adulation, encomium, laudation, praise
88.    Evacuate – forsake, hightail, relinquish, vacate
89.    Evaluate – assess, appraise, estimate, measure
90.    Evanescent – fleeting, passing, brief, temporary
91.    Evasive – cagey, prevaricating, equivocative, secretive
92.    Eventual – ultimate, last, final, consequential
93.    Everlasting – interminable, eternal, constant, endless
94.    Evidence – proof, testimony, testament, witness
95.    Evidently – obviously, clearly, explicitly
96.    Evince – show, prove, exhibit, display
97.    Evolution – growth, development, evolvement
98.    Evolve – develop, exhibit, unfold, unroll
99.    Exact – accurate, precise, perfect, impeccable
100.    Exaggerate – overstate, stretch, magnify, overcolour
101.    Examine – scrutinize, inquire, check, investigate
102.    Exasperating – infuriating, vexing, maddening, irritating
103.    Excavate – quarry, scoop, scrape, shovel
104.    Excellent – sterling, fabulous, superior, good
105.    Exceptional – abnormal, rare, uncommon, unnatural
106.    Excessive – overmuch, superfluous, disproportionate, extra
107.    Excitement – sensation, agitation, perturbation, zeal
108.    Exciting – interesting, provocative, stimulating
109.    Exclaim – ejaculate, proclaim, vociferate, yawp
110.    Exclusive – debarment, occlusion, ostracism, preclusion
111.    Exclusive – sophisticated, special, unique, sole
112.    Excuse – reason, justification, pretext, explanation
113.    Execrable – terrible, disgusting, vile, wretched
114.    Execute – accomplish, enforce, achieve, do
115.    Exemplary – commendable, estimable, excellent, punctilious
116.    Exemption – exoneration, immunity, reprieve, vindication
117.    Exhaustive – thorough, comprehensive, complete, detailed
118.    Exhibit – show, display, evince, demonstrate
119.    Exhort – advise, berate, chide, counsel
120.    Exigency – urgency, demand, need, necessity
121.    Exonerate – excuse, discharge, pardon, release
122.    Exodus – departure, evacuation, migration, retirement
123.    Exorbitant – extortionate, immoderate, inordinate, preposterous
124.    Exorcise – disenchant, free, get rid of
125.    Exotic – foreign, extraneous, acquired
126.    Expand – spread, stretch, enlarge, amplify
127.    Expansive – vast, wide, comprehensive, swelling
128.    Expeditious – efficient, rapid, prompt, speedy
129.    Expel – remove, eject, discharge, throw out
130.    Expensive – dear, costly, valuable, lavish
131.    Experienced – qualified, expert, accomplished, versed
132.    Expert – skilled, practiced, proficient, specialized
133.    Expiate – atone, repent, make, amends
134.    Explain – interpret, illustrate, elucidate, expound
135.    Explication – illustration, elucidation, interpretation, explanation
136.    Explode – burst, detonate, displode, discharge
137.    Expressive – eloquent, vivid, emphatic, demonstrative
138.    Extended – prolonged, expanded, stretched, widened
139.    Extensive – broad, wide, large, over
140.    Exterior – external, outer, outward, superficial
141.    Extinct – obsolete, dead, defunct, terminated
142.    Extinction – abolition, eradication, cessation, excision
143.    Extol – eulogize, commend, applaud, glorify
144.    Extract – derive, distil, draw, squeeze
145.    Extraordinary – uncommon, remarkable, unwonted
146.    Extravagant – profuse, prodigal, lavish, spendthrift
147.    Extrovert – sociable, lively, affable, expressive
148.    Exuberant – vivacious, lively, sprightly, buoyant


F
149.    Face – confront, dare, oppose, meet
150.    Facile – glib, effortless, easy, ready
151.    Facilitate – expedite, advance, forward, help
152.    Fact – truth, reality, actuality, certainty
153.    Factitious – bogus, factitious, simulated, spurious
154.    Fade – vanish, disappear, wither, decline
155.    Failure – malfunction, crash, breakdown
156.    Faint – pale, weak, faded, dim
157.    Fair – just, reasonable, good, honest
158.    Faith – belief, credence, assurance, confidence
159.    Fake – counterfeit, duplicate, imitated, false
160.    Fallacious – wrong, erroneous, incorrect, deceptive
161.    Fallible – unsafe, erring, fail, uncertain
162.    Falsehood – lie, untruth, falsity, fabrication
163.    Familiar – common, household, well-known, usual
164.    Famished – hungry, malnourished, emaciated, starved
165.    Famous – popular, renowned, well-known, famed
166.    Fantastic – great, brilliant, excellent, fabulous
167.    Far – long, distant, remote, alienated
168.    Far-fetched – unbelievable, surprising, impossible
169.    Fashionable – trendy, prevailing, current, modish
170.    Fastidious – fuss, finicky, picky, choosy
171.    Fatal – lethal, deadly, pernicious, baleful
172.    Fatigued – exhausted, harassed, jaded, tired
173.    Fatuous – stupid, silly, idiotic, childish
174.    Faultless – perfect, flawless, accurate, spotless
175.    Favourable – advantageous, beneficial, auspicious, good
176.    Fear – awe, horror, terror, daunt
177.    Fecund – fertile, productive, prolific, yielding
178.    Feebleness – weakness, frailty, softness, infirmity
179.    Felicitate – congratulate, compliment, wish, appreciate
180.    Felicitous – apt, happy, auspicious, fortunate
181.    Felicity – bliss, happiness, gaiety, blithe
182.    Feminine – unmanly, effeminate, womanly, delicate
183.    Ferocity – violence, aggressiveness, brutality, cruelty
184.    Ferret – search, look for, seek
185.    Fertile – productive, fecund, prolific, fruitful
186.    Fetid – stinking, foul, noisome, offensive
187.    Feverish – hot, agitated, impassioned, ferment
188.    Fickle – volatile, wavering, unsteady, capricious
189.    Fictional – fictitious, fabricated, fanciful, imagined
190.    Fictitious – false, untrue, fabricated, invented
191.    Fidelity – loyalty, allegiance, faithfulness, devotion
192.    Fight – battle, combat, struggle, war
193.    Filmy – chiffon, cobwebby, diaphanous, gossamer
194.    Final – last, ultimate, conclusive, eventual
195.    Finish – end, complete, accomplish, conclude
196.    Flabbergasted – astounded, amazed, shocked, staggered
197.    Flair – talent, potential, promise, ability
198.    Flamboyant – striking, royal, decorative
199.    Flatter – adulate, cajole, coax, eulogise
200.    Flee – run, escape, abscond, fly
201.    Fleeting – brief, transitory, short – lived, momentary
202.    Flexible – compliant, pliable, yielding, elastic
203.    Flimsy – slight, thin, feeble, trivial
204.    Flinch – recoil, shrink, cower, wince
205.    Flippant – pert, impertinent, impudent, irreverent
206.    Flood – inundation, deluge, overflow, tide
207.    Flout – defy, mock, disregard, insult
208.    Fluidity – adaptability, adjustability, flexibility
209.    Flummoxed – dumbfounded, shocked, bewildered, confused
210.    Flutter – hesitate, oscillate, undulate, vibrate
211.    Follow – hunt, chase, pursue
212.    Foment – incite, cause, abet, create
213.    Foolish – stupid, silly, idiotic, childish
214.    Forbearing – patient, abstinent, tolerant, self – restrained
215.    Force – compel, impel, coerce, press
216.    Forceful – powerful, strong, vigorous, dynamic
217.    Foreboding – intuition, preconception, premonition, prescience
218.    Forerunner – harbinger, precedent, preclude, precursor
219.    Foresight – forethought, prudence, insight, prescience
220.    Forewarning – prediction, warning, caution, admonition
221.    Forgetful – unmindful, inattentive, heedless, oblivious
222.    Forgiveness – acquittal, pardon, absolution, amnesty
223.    Formal – dignified, ceremonious, official, punctilious
224.    Formless – abstract, shapeless, imaginary, vague
225.    Forthright – frank, candid, straightforward, ingenuous
226.    Fortitude – strength, resolution, bravery, courage
227.    Fortuitous – casual, chance, accidental, unplanned
228.    Forward – advance, expedite, aid, promote
229.    Foster – nourish, rear, promote, cultivate
230.    Foul – unclean, stinking, rank, polluted
231.    Fragile – weak, brittle, feeble, infirm
232.    Frank – candid, sincere, ingenuous, open
233.    Freedom – independence, liberty, emancipation
234.    Freeze – chill, solidify, numb, congeal
235.    Frequent – repeated, recurrent, continual, numerous
236.    Fresh – new, recent, revived, rejuvenated
237.    Friendly – cordial, amicable, benevolent, brotherly
238.    Frighten – scare, terrify, intimidate, threaten
239.    Frisk – dance, romp, gambol, frolic
240.    Frivolous – petty, trivial, flippant, silly
241.    Frolic – play, prank, fun, gambol
242.    Frontier – border, boundary, limits
243.    Fruitless – futile, unproductive, useless, vain
244.    Fruity – harmonious, mellow, pleasant, plumy
245.    Fugitive – escaping, fleeing, on the run, flying
246.    Fun – joy, gaiety, pleasantry, jollity
247.    Fundamental – rudimentary, basic, cardinal, elementary
248.    Funny – humorous, amusing, ridiculous, farcical
249.    Furious – violent, fierce, raging, irate
250.    Fussy – finicky, demanding, exacting, meticulous
251.    Futile – ineffective, fruitless, useless, in vain


G
252.    Gamble – bet, risk, take chance, endanger
253.    Gang – band, troop, party, crew
254.    Garish – showy, gaudy, flaunting, flashy
255.    Garrulous – loquacious, verbose, eloquent, talkative
256.    Gaudy – showy, garish, flaunting, flashy
257.    Gay – glad, happy, joyous, cheerful
258.    General – common, normal, usual, ordinary
259.    Generalization – abstract, universality, conclusion
260.    Generous – liberal, charitable, magnanimous, moderate
261.    Genial – hearty, warm, pleasant, cordial
262.    Genius – brain, brilliance, intelligence, intellect
263.    Gentle – elegant, refined, well- bred, polite
264.    Genuine – real, authentic, pure, veritable
265.    Giant – big, mammoth, colossal, huge
266.    Gifted – talented, intelligent, able, skilful
267.    Gigantic – enormous, large, immense, elephantine
268.    Gimcrack – shoddy, second-rate, mediocre, cheap
269.    Glaring – blatant, flagrant, open, conspicuous
270.    Glinting – shining, flashing, dazzling
271.    Glitter – coruscation, glister, scintillation, shimmer
272.    Global – universal, cosmic, world
273.    Gloomy – sad, sorrowful, downcast, dejected
274.    Glorify – aggrandize, extol, exalt, honour
275.    Gluttonous – covetous, devouring, edacious, gourmandizing
276.    Gorgeous – magnificent, superb, splendid, dazzling
277.    Graceful – elegant, beautiful, loving, affable
278.    Grandeur – splendor, magnificence, majesty
279.    Grandiose – large, huge, vast, magnificent
280.    Grasp – grip, hold, clutch, catch
281.    Gratified – delighted, pleased, glad, joyous
282.    Grave – sober, serious, solemn, reserved
283.    Gravity – seriousness, sobriety, sadness, solemnity
284.    Greed – voracity, gluttony, voracity, keenness
285.    Greeting – salutation, wish, respect, address
286.    Grotesque – ugly, gross, bizarre, monstrous
287.    Growing – expanding, increasing, swelling, developing
288.    Gruesome – grisly, repulsive, grim, awful
289.    Gruff – rough, rude, surly, grumpy
290.    Grumble – bellyache, kvetch, protest, squawk
291.    Grumpy – sullen, surly, churlish, irritable
292.    Guarantee – warranty, assurance, pledge, security
293.    Guess – surmise, conjecture, suppose, suspect
294.    Guide – lead, direct, steer, conduct
295.    Guidelines – procedure, instruction, specification, stipulation
296.    Guilty – culpable, responsible, blameworthy, accountable
297.    Gullible – na├»ve, susceptible, credulous, trusting


H
298.    Habitual – usual, customary, common, regular
299.    Half-heartedly – reluctantly, unenthusiastically, unwillingly
300.    Hallucination – illusion, phantasm, fallacy, delusion
301.    Handicapped – disabled, unfit, lacking
302.    Handsome – graceful, fine, stately, comely
303.    Handy – useful, convenient, comfortable, easy
304.    Happiness – delight, joy, bliss, felicity
305.    Harass – annoy, vex, tease, irritate
306.    Hard – solid, firm, dense, rigid
307.    Hardened – obdurate, stubborn, tough, inured
308.    Hardworking – diligent, industrious, assiduous, painstaking
309.    Harmful – noxious, pernicious, baneful, injurious
310.    Harmless – innocuous, safe, inoffensive
311.    Harmonious – friendly, amicable, cordial, friendly
312.    Harsh – rude, severe, blunt, unkind
313.    Harvest – crop, produce, yield, fruits
314.    Hastily – quickly, briskly, hurriedly, swiftly
315.    Hate – detest, despise, abhor, loathe
316.    Haughtiness – arrogance, hauteur, disdain, contempt
317.    Hazardous – dangerous, risky, perilous, unsafe
318.    Hazy – foggy, cloudy, obscure, misty
319.    Healing – curative, medicinal, remedial, therapeutic
320.    Healthy – robust, well, hale hearty
321.    Heaven – paradise, bliss, dreamland, ecstasy
322.    Heavy – massive, ponderous, weighty, hefty
323.    Heckle – embarrass, ridicule, torment
324.    Hectic – frantic, frenzied, wild, chaotic
325.    Hedge – prevaricate, circumvent, evade, get around
326.    Heedless – careless, negligent, inattentive, rash
327.    Hegemony – leadership, rule, control, predominance
328.    Height – eminence, elevation, exaltation, grandeur
329.    Helpful – beneficial, advantageous, profitable, useful
330.    Helpless – powerless, weak, unaided, vulnerable
331.    Hereditary – bequeathed, genealogical, inheritable
332.    Heretical – heterodox, unorthodox, schismatic, erring
333.    Hidden – latent, clandestine, covert, veiled
334.    Hide – conceal, cover, mask, veil
335.    Hidebound – narrow-minded, bigoted, intolerant, mean
336.    Highlight – emphasize, stress, signify, underscore
337.    Hilarious – cheerful, boisterous, mirthful, exhilarated
338.    Hinder – obstruct, impede, hamper, interrupt
339.    Honesty – integrity, condor, sincerity, frankness
340.    Honour – respect, tribute, credit, admiration
341.    Hope – anticipation, expectation, optimism
342.    Hopeless – despondent, despairing, crushed, downcast
343.    Horrible – terrible, awful, nasty, atrocious
344.    Hospitable – warm, welcoming, sociable, friendly
345.    Hostile – unfriendly, adverse, contrary, inimical
346.    Hot – animated, heated, fervent, vehement
347.    Hot-headed – argumentative, confrontational, quarrelsome, bellicose
348.    Huddle – group, cluster, crowd, knot
349.    Huge – mammoth, enormous, gigantic, colossal
350.    Humanity – humankind, humanness, mankind, society
351.    Humble – modest, meek, lowly, unassuming
352.    Humiliated – abashed, mortified, crushed, degraded
353.    Humility – modesty, meekness, gentleness, lowliness
354.    Humorous – funny, jocular, amusing, entertaining
355.    Hungry – craving, famine, empty-bellied, starving
356.    Hurdle – obstruction, opposition, obstacle
357.    Hurry – hasten, expedite, speed up, quicken
358.    Hurt – grieve, afflict, offend, wound
359.    Hygienic – healthy, fresh, nutritious, clean
360.    Hyperbole – amplification, distortion, embroidering, exaggeration.

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