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IBPS Bank PO and Clerk English SYNONYMS Set - C

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English SYNONYMS Set - 'C'

I
1.    Identity – character, coherence, existence, integrity
2.    Idiosyncrasy – eccentricity, peculiarity, temperament
3.    Idiotic – irrational, foolish, imbecile, inane
4.    Ignominy – baseness, disgrace, lowness, meanness
5.    Ignorant – blind, uninformed, unaware, unlearned


6.    Ignore – overlook, disregard, discount
7.    Ill matched – unfit, improper, inappropriate, inimical
8.    Ill-will – malice, envy, animosity, spite
9.    Illegal – illegitimate, illicit, unlawful, contraband
10.    Illegible – unreadable, undecipherable, obscure
11.    Illicit – illegal, illegitimate, improper, unlawful
12.    Informed – knowledgeable, educated, learned, conversant
13.    Illusory – deceptive, false, illusive, misleading
14.    Imaginary – make-believe, made-up, unreal, invented
15.    Imagination – fantasy, illusion, image, perception
16.    Imbecile – fool , idiot, dotard, stupid
17.    Imbroglio – mess, embarrassment, entanglement
18.    Immanent – omnipresent, natural, present everywhere
19.    Immature – young, undeveloped, unripe, juvenile
20.    Immediate – instant, abrupt, direct, instantaneous
21.    Imminent – impending, hovering, coming, alarming
22.    Imitation – simulation, substitution, mimicry, copy
23.    Immoral – licentious, depraved, indecent, sinful
24.    Impair – damage, harm, injure, ruin
25.    Impartial – neutral, fair, unbiased, unprejudiced
26.    Impassive – calm, inexpressive, serene, blank
27.    Impatient – annoyed, irritated, edgy, intolerant
28.    Impeccable – perfect, immaculate, incorrupt
29.    Impel – push, force, throw, drive
30.    Impending – imminent, looming, awaiting, approaching
31.    Imperceptible – unnoticeable, invisible, indiscernible, undetectable
32.    Imperious – domineering, overbearing, arrogant, authoritative
33.    Impetuous – rash, sudden, hasty, thoughtless
34.    Impinge – encroach, impose, intrude, interrupt
35.    Impious – sinful, irreverent, unholy, immoral
36.    Implicate – involve, associate, connect, entangle
37.    Implicit – implied, tacit, inferred, indicated
38.    Implore – beg, beseech, plead, entreat
39.    Imply – entail, involve, mean, suggest
40.    Impolite – rude, indecorous, ill-mannered, loutish
41.    Imponderable – inestimable, immeasurable, unavailable
42.    Important – influential, prominent, significant, valuable
43.    Importunate – persistent, demanding, unrelenting, annoying
44.    Impostor – charlatan, hypocrite, cheat, humbug
45.    Impoverish – deprive, ruin, bankrupt, drain
46.    Impractical – unreasonable, unworkable, unfeasible, unrealistic
47.    Impressive – imposing, striking, remarkable, noted
48.    Imprison – confine, incarcerate, jail, immure
49.    Impromptu – off-hand, unprepared, improvised, extemporary
50.    Improper – inappropriate, unseemly, indecent, unacceptable
51.    Improve – advance, progress, ameliorate, develop
52.    Impudent – insolent, impertinent, rude, impolite
53.    Impure – contaminated, adulterated, polluted, mixed
54.    Impersonate – imitate, copy, mimic, ape
55.    Impertinent – insolent, impolite, disrespectful, brazen
56.    In toto – completely, entirely, altogether
57.    Inaccurate – inexact, faulty, incorrect, erroneous
58.    Inactive – idle, slack, sluggish, indolent
59.    Inadvertent – unintentional, accidental, purposeless
60.    Inappropriate – inapt, unfit, unsuitable, improper
61.    Inapt – unsuitable, inappropriate, unfit, tactless
62.    Incapable – powerless, inept, unable, incompetent
63.    Incarnate – embodied, exteriorized, manifested, personified
64.    Incense – anger, rile, enrage, infuriate
65.    Incentive – inducement, enticement, encouragement, motivation
66.    Inception – commencement, beginning, start, birth
67.    Incessantly – perpetually, constantly, ceaselessly, eternally
68.    Incident – event, occurrence, happening, episode
69.    Incipient – initial, embryonic, early, budding
70.    Incisive – keen, perceptive, sharp, insightful
71.    Incite – arouse, provoke, spur, stimulate
72.    Inclement – brutal, rigorous, violent, wintry
73.    Incoherent – disjointed, confused, jumbled, rambling
74.    Incompatible – miss-matched, unsuited, irreconcilable, contrary
75.    Inconceivable – unthinkable, unimaginable, unbelievable, incredible
76.    Incongruous – incompatible, unfit, absurd, unsuitable
77.    Inconsistent – confliction, incompatible, incoherent, contradictory
78.    Incontrovertible – indisputable, unquestionable, unarguable, irrefutable
79.    Incorrect – false, untrue, wrong, erroneous
80.    Incorrigible – irremediable, incurable, irreparable, hardened
81.    Increase – enhance, enlarge, intensify, extend
82.    Incredible – unbelievable, implausible, far-fetched, absurd
83.    Indecisive – irresolute, wavering, faltering, uncertain
84.    Indefinite – uncertain, doubtful, ambiguous, indeterminate
85.    Indication – hint, sign, token, suggestion
86.    Indifferent – apathetic, neutral, unconcerned, negligent
87.    Indigenous – native, aboriginal, home-grown, local
88.    Indignation – anger, annoyance, wrath, ire
89.    Indiscreetly – carelessly, recklessly, imprudently, unwisely
90.    Indiscriminate – haphazard, random, arbitrary, unsystematic
91.    Indistinct – obscure, vague, ambiguous, undefined
92.    Indolence – laziness, lethargy, idleness, sloth
93.    Indolent – lazy, lethargic, sluggish, sloth
94.    Induce – install, introduce, initiate, invest
95.    Indulgent – patient, tolerant, generous, lenient
96.    Industry – hard-work, diligence, toil, assiduity
97.    Inebriated – intoxicated, high, smashed, drunk
98.    Ineligible – disqualified, barred, unable, disallowed
99.    Inevitably – certainly, surely, necessarily, unavoidably
100.    Inexcusable – indefensible, unjustifiable, unpardonable
101.    Inexhaustible – infinite, never-ending, vast, boundless
102.    Inexorable – relentless, inevitable, unstoppable, inescapable
103.    Inexpensive – bargain, modest, reasonable, thrifty
104.    Inexplicable – mysterious, enigmatic, incomprehensible
105.    Infatuation – folly, hysteria, madness, fit
106.    Infamy – abomination, disesteem, impropriety, notoriety
107.    Inferior – mean, deficient, secondary, poor
108.    Infertile – barren, unproductive, unprolific, in fecund
109.    Infidelity – disloyalty, unfaithfulness, betrayal, cheating
110.    Infinitesimal – minute, small, microscopic, inconspicuous
111.    Inflate – blow, dilate, expand, swell
112.    Influence – effect, control, authority, sway
113.    Influx – flood, delude, crowd
114.    Informative – educational, edifying, enlightening, revealing
115.    Infringement – breach, infraction, violation, contravention
116.    Infuriate – enrage, madden, incense, exasperate
117.    Ingenious – clever, inventive, creative, nifty
118.    Inhabit – live, reside, dwell, abide
119.    Inheritance – legacy, bequest, heritage, patrimony
120.    Inhumane – cruel, brutal, savage, barbarous
121.    Inimical – adverse, hostile, unfavourable, detrimental
122.    Initial – early, opening, starting, beginning
123.    Initiative – first step, start, beginning
124.    Injection – addition, introduction, insertion, induction
125.    Injurious – harmful, noxious, damaging, evil
126.    Innocent – upright, blameless, innocuous, inoffensive
127.    Innocuous – inoffensive, jejune, sapless, unobjectionable
128.    Innovative – contemporary, ingenious, originative
129.    Innumerable – countless, infinite, boundless, limitless
130.    Inoffensive – innocuous, harmless, mild, safe
131.    Inordinate – excessive, undue, unreasonable, immoderate
132.    Inquisitive – inquiring, curious, meddlesome, prying
133.    Insane – mad, lunatic, crazy, deranged
134.    Insecurity – risk, hazard, unsafe, danger
135.    Insensitive – unsympathetic, apathetic, indifferent, cold
136.    Insert – introduce, fill, inject, interpolate
137.    Insidious – menacing, sinister, subtle, dangerous
138.    Insight – perception, penetration, understanding
139.    Insignificant – trivial, unimportant, petty, mean
140.    Insincere – dishonest, treacherous, deceitful, false
141.    Insipid – dull, tedious, vapid, prosaic
142.    Insist – urge, demand, contend, stand
143.    Insolent – impudent, impertinent, rude, cheeky
144.    Inseparable – entwined, inalienable, indivisible, interwoven
145.    Inspire – encourage, inflame, inspirit, animate
146.    Instigate – incite, actuate, rouse, spur
147.    Instruct – inform, teach, educate, lead
148.    Instrument – apparatus, appliance, device, tool
149.    Insubordination – disobedience, revolt, indiscipline, unruliness
150.    Insufficient – deficient, scanty, inadequate, lacking
151.    Insulting – ridiculous, abusive, mocking, offensive
152.    Insoluble – insurmountable, undefeatable, overwhelming
153.    Insurgent – rebel, revolter, mutineer, rioter
154.    Integrity – honesty, veracity, uprightness, sincerity
155.    Intellectual – thinker, academic, rational, scholar
156.    Intelligent – clever, bright, smart, gifted
157.    Intelligible – distinct, clear, plain, comprehensible
158.    Intense – extreme, acute, hard, severe
159.    Interesting – engaging, entertaining, pleasing, attractive
160.    Interfere – meddle, intervene, mediate, interpose
161.    Intermittent – irregular, discontinuous, sporadic, broken
162.    Interrogation – questioning, examination, grilling, enquiry
163.    Intertwined – tangled, disheveled, knotted, reticulated
164.    Interruption – dormancy, doldrums, hindrance, impediment
165.    Intervene – interfere, intrude, intercede, mediate
166.    Intimidate – threaten, frighten, scare, bully
167.    Intolerance – bigotry, fanaticism, prejudice, narrow- mindedness
168.    Intricate – complex, complicated, entangled, labyrinthine
169.    Intrinsically – essentially, basically, fundamentally, inherently
170.    Introduction – foreword, opening, preamble, overture
171.    Introspective – thoughtful, meditative, pensive, reflective
172.    Intrusive – invasive, presumptuous, protruding, combative
173.    Invalidity – feebleness, illness, frailty, weakness
174.    Invaluable – priceless, precious, valuable, inestimable
175.    Invent – devise, create, make, conceive
176.    Inveterate – chronic, ingrained, entrenched, hardened
177.    Invigorate – energise, animate, enliven, brace
178.    Invisible – hidden, unseen, concealed, imperceptible
179.    Involve – embroil, implicate, entangle, include
180.    Irascible – irritable, touchy, testy, petulant
181.    Irked – irate, annoyed, peeved, chagrined
182.    Irrational – illogical, absurd, unreasonable, foolish
183.    Irreligious – profane, ungodly, impious, blasphemous
184.    Irresolute – accidental, capricious, wanton, wayward
185.    Irresponsible – unanswerable, unaccountable, untrustworthy
186.    Irreverence – profanity, impiety, blasphemy
187.    Irritable – touchy, ill-tempered, shot-tempered, testy
188.    Irritate – annoy, nettle, tease, vex
189.    Issue – subject, topic, concert, matter


J
190.    Jail – imprison, gaol, dungeon, lockup
191.    Janitor – caretaker, custodian, guardian, warden
192.    Jargon – slang
193.    Jealous – envious, covetous, resentful, desirous
194.    Jeopardize – endanger, hazard, imperil, risk
195.    Jettison – discard, abandon, leave, discharge
196.    Join – connect, attach, link, combine
197.    Joke – jest, trick, jape, prank
198.    Jolly – blithe, cheerful, hilarious, joyful
199.    Jubilant – rejoicing, joyous, exulting, triumphant
200.    Judgment – verdict, decision, decree, award
201.    Juggle – shuffle, swindle, conjure, manipulate
202.    Juicy – moist, watery, succulent, wet
203.    Jumble – muddle, disarrange, scatter, confuse
204.    Just – fair, upright, righteous, impartial
205.    Justify – vindicate, approve, support, attest


K
206.    Keen – eager, enthusiastic, fanatical, devoted
207.    Kindness – mercy, generosity, benevolence, compassion
208.    Kiosk- bandstand, newsstand, rotunda
209.    Knave – rogue, cheat, rascal, trickster
210.    Knell – ring, sound, toll
211.    Knowledge – learning, education, erudition, scholarship


L
212.    Lacking – missing, wanting, deficient, absent
213.    Laconic – brief, short, concise, terse
214.    Land – arrive, reach, descend, disembark
215.    Landmark – milestone, record
216.    Lapse – blunder, breach, bungle, indiscretion, miscue
217.    Large – huge, mammoth, colossal, big
218.    Lassitude – weariness, stupor, lethargy, exhaustion
219.    Latent – secret, occult, concealed, hidden
220.    Later – afterward, anon, later on, shortly
221.    Laudatory – admiring, complimentary, commending
222.    Laughter – mirth, glee, merriment, fun
223.    Launch – open, start, begin, commence
224.    Lavish – extravagant, spendthrift, prodigal, bountiful
225.    Lawful – legal, just, valid, legitimate
226.    Lazily – leisurely, nonchalantly, indolently, laggardly
227.    Lazy – indolent, idle, slothful, sluggish
228.    Lead – pioneer, excel, head, surpass
229.    Learned – erudite, informed, scholarly, versed
230.    Leave – quit, abandon, renounce, forsake
231.    Legal – lawful, permissible, above-board, authorized
232.    Legalise – warrant, sanction, legitimatize, authorize
233.    Lengthy – long, detailed, tedious, verbose
234.    Lethal – deadly, fatal, life-threatening, murderous
235.    Lethargic – sluggish, weary, lackluster, tired
236.    Liberal – charitable, generous, unselfish, kind
237.    Liberate – free, release, loose, discharge
238.    Liberty – freedom, independence, emancipation
239.    Licentious – dissolute, wicked, immoral, shameless
240.    Lightness – weightlessness, triviality, frivolity, pettiness
241.    Like – prefer, love, desire, wish
242.    Likely – probable, possible, expected
243.    Limited – finite, bounded, restricted
244.    Limitless – boundless, inexhaustible, vast, infinite
245.    Lineage – ancestry, line, family, pedigree
246.    Link – connect, join, unite, tie
247.    Litter – waste, trash, garbage, refuge
248.    Lively – vivacious, animated, dynamic, bubbly
249.    Livid – angry, furious, enraged, incensed
250.    Loathe – hate, abhor, detest, dislike
251.    Locate – place, put, position, situate
252.    Logical – rational, reasonable, sound, commonsense
253.    Lonely – forlorn, lonesome, alone, abandoned
254.    Lonesome – remote, isolated, deserted
255.    Longing – desire, yearning, eagerness, hankering
256.    Long-lasting – ongoing, continuing, enduring, lifelong
257.    Loquacious – chatty, garrulous, talkative, babbling
258.    Loser – deadbeat, defeated, underdog, jailbird
259.    Love – adore, admire, worship, care for
260.    Loyalty – fidelity, allegiance, devotion, faithfulness
261.    Lucid – pure, transparent, clear, crystalline
262.    Lucidity – articulacy, fluency, clarity, perspicuity
263.    Luckily – fortunately, providentially, happily, fortuitously
264.    Lucrative – gainful, profitable, remunerative, advantageous
265.    Ludicrous – absurd, ridiculous, preposterous, sensual
266.    Luminous – glowing, shining, brilliant, bright
267.    Lunatic – outrageous, madcap, foolish, crazy
268.    Lurid – disgusting, distinct, exaggerated, melodramatic
269.    Luscious – attractive, palatable, succulent
270.    Lush – luxuriant, fresh, succulent, juicy
271.    Luxuriant – abundant, lavish, plentiful, copious
272.    Luxurious – sumptuous, voluptuous, epicurean


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