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IBPS Bank PO and Clerk English SYNONYMS Set - D

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English SYNONYMS Set - 'D'

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1.    Macabre – ghoulish, grisly, horrific
2.    Magnanimity – generosity, clemency, forbearance, kindness
3.    Magnetic – bewitching, charming, entrancing, mesmerizing
4.    Magnificence – splendour, grandeur, majesty, glory
5.    Magnified – exaggerated, overblown, overstated, puffed up


6.    Majestic – royal, stately, grand, imposing
7.    Majority – preponderance, manhood, maturity, seniority
8.    Malevolent – malicious, envious, revengeful, mischievous
9.    Malicious – beastly, malevolent, pernicious, venomous
10.    Mall – plaza, shopping, centre
11.    Manage – run, direct, administer, surpervise
12.    Manly – courageous, strong, stout, firm
13.    Marshy – boggy, swampy, soggy, muddy
14.    Marvelous – astounding, implausible, miraculous, phenomenal
15.    Matchless – incomparable, unrivaled, unparalleled, unique
16.    Matron – mother, dame, woman, dowager
17.    Maturity – adulthood, ripeness, mellowness, development
18.    Maudlin – drunken, fuddled, inebriated, intoxicated
19.    Meager – paltry, scanty, petty, insignificant
20.    Mean – base, abject, contemptible, beggarly
21.    Meaningless – senseless, pointless, irrelevant
22.    Measly – sting, meager, ungenerous, paltry
23.    Mediation – arbitration, conciliation, intersection, negotiation
24.    Medicine – drug, cure, remedy, antidote
25.    Meek – humble, gentle, modest, lowly
26.    Meeting – gathering, conference, convention, miserable
27.    Melancholy – sad, depressed, disheartened, miserable
28.    Mellifluous – sweet, mellow, euphonious, dulcet
29.    Melodious – harmonious, musical, tuneful, dulcet
30.    Memorable – unforgettable, excellent, outstanding, brilliant
31.    Memorial – canonizing, commemorating, dedicatory, monumental
32.    Menace – danger,    hazard, risk, threat
33.    Menacingly – threateningly, decidedly, regrettable, severely
34.    Menial – unskilled, boring, tedious, basic
35.    Mentor – guide, instructor, advisor, counselor
36.    Mercurial – volatile, unstable, changeable, variable
37.    Mercy – compassion, pity, clemency, forgiveness
38.    Merriment – jollity, gaiety, fun, happiness
39.    Meteoric – phenonmenal, extraordinary, quick
40.    Methodical – systematic, orderly, formal, exact
41.    Meticulous – fastidious, thorough, careful, complete
42.    Microscopic – minute, small, tiny, infinitesimal
43.    Midair – aerial, airborne, flying
44.    Migratory – nomadiv, wandering, roving, unsettled
45.    Mild – soft, tendor, clement, lenient
46.    Miniature – tiny, little, small diminutive
47.    Mirth – amusement, hilarity, jollity, fun
48.    Misanthrope – cynic, egotist, selfish
49.    Miserliness – stringiness, greed, tightfistedness
50.    Misery – agony, distress, grief, pain
51.    Misgivings – scruple, qualm, niggles, doubt
52.    Mistaken – wrong, false, erroneous, misguided
53.    Mitigate – abate, allay, assuage, moderate
54.    Moderate – reasonable, modest, fair, sensible
55.    Modern – contemporary, recent, present, new
56.    Modest – virtuous, becoming, chaste, decent
57.    Modicum – little, bit, scrap, ounce
58.    Mollify – pacify, soothe, alleviate, allay
59.    Momentous – serious, grave, importance, significant
60.    Monotonous – boring, tedious, weary, dull
61.    Monument – cenotaph, erection, footstone, mausoleum
62.    Morbid – morose, melancholic, moody, gloomy
63.    Morose – sullen, surly, gloomy, churlish
64.    Mortal – temporal, ephemeral, human, transitory
65.    Mostly- frequently, regularly, typically, generally
66.    Motley – heterogeneous, diversified, composite
67.    Mourn – bemoan, bewail, grieve for, regret
68.    Mournful – doleful, melancholy, depressed, sorrowful
69.    Move – budge, proceed, go, march
70.    Movement – stirring, drive, crusade
71.    Mud – mire, clay, dirt, muck
72.    Mundane – dull, ordinary, insipid, uninterested
73.    Murky – caliginous, grubby, impenetrable
74.    Musical – melodious, tuneful, sweet, pleasing
75.    Mutilate – injure, maim, mar, cripple
76.    Myriad – countless, innumerable, numerous, many
77.    Mysterious – abstruse, secret, occult, mystic
78.    Myth – allegory, fable, legend, tale


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79.    Nadir – bottom, lowest, point, end
80.    Naïve – inexperienced, immature, artless, green
81.    Narcissism – arrogance, complacence, consequence, immodesty
82.    Narrate – chronicle, delineate, discourse, enumerate
83.    Narrow – thin, cramped, confined, restricted
84.    Nasty – spiteful, mean, malicious, vicious
85.    Nation – country, land, state, realm
86.    Native – domestic, own, vernacular, mother
87.    Natural – genuine, native, unaffected, unsophisticated
88.    Nebulous – nebular, obscure, hazy, misty
89.    Necessary – requisite, compulsory, essential, inevitable
90.    Needless – unnecessary, pointless, unwanted, unneeded
91.    Nefarious – atrocious, execrable, treacherous, villainous
92.    Negate – nullify, invalidate, disqualify
93.    Neglect – ignore, disregard, overlook, omit
94.    Nervousness – anxiety, edginess, uneasiness, apprehension
95.    Nettle – vex, tease, annoy, harass
96.    Nexus – chain, connecting, interlocking
97.    Niggardly – mean, miserly, selfish, stingy
98.    Nonchalant – placid, serene, insouciant, trifling
99.    Noisy – strident, raucous, boisterous, uproarious
100.    Nomadic – wandering, vagrant, boisterous, uproarious
101.    Nomenclature – classification, taxonomy, catalog, categorization
102.    Normality – ordariness, routine, familiarity, regularity
103.    Nostalgia – reminiscence, wistfulness, homesickness, unusual
104.    Noticeable – noteworthy, remarkable, conspicuous,
105.    Notion – hypothesis, assumption, awareness, conception
106.    Notorious – infamous, disreputable, dishonorable, tarnished
107.    Novel – fresh, modern, new, original
108.    Novice – beginner, tyro, learner apprentice
109.    Numberless – infinite, countless, innumerable, immeasurable


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110.    Obdurate – obstinate, pig-headed, adamant, stubborn
111.    Obedient – complain, subservient, dutiful, submissive
112.    Obey – comply, submit, heed, mind
113.    Obfuscate – confuse, disguise, conceal, complicate
114.    Objection – opposition, protest, disapproval, confrontation
115.    Obligation – compulsion, duty, responsibility, commitment
116.    Oblige – force, obligate, necessitate, compel
117.    Obliterate – wipe out, eliminate, destroy, eradicate
118.    Oblivious – forgetful, heedless, mindless, careless
119.    Obnoxious – loathsome, horrible, intolerable, detestable
120.    Obscene – indecent, immodest, foul, lewd
121.    Obscure – hide, disguise, conceal, darken
122.    Obsession – Mania, fixation, fascination, passion
123.    Obsolete – Outdated, outmoded, old-fashioned, archaic
124.    Obstacle – Hindrance, impediment, obstruction, blockage
125.    Obstinate – stubborn, persistent, relentless, obdurate
126.    Obstreperous – hostile, offensive, aggressive, confrontational
127.    Obstruction – obstacle, impediment, hindrance, blockage
128.    Obtuse – imperceptive, insensitive, uncomprehending, unintelligent
129.    Obviate – prevent, preclude, avert, hider
130.    Obvious – evident, apparent, distinct, manifest
131.    Occasional – rare, irregular, infrequent, incidental
132.    Occupy – amuse, immerse, monopolize, preoccupy
133.    Occult – obscure, supernatural, paranormal, abstruse
134.    Odious – horrible, terrible, noxious, nasty
135.    Offence – insult, crime, misdeed, fault
136.    Offhand – cavalier, inattentive, careless, casual
137.    Officer – administrator, officeholder, official, in charge
138.    Official – formal
139.    Old – ancient, primitive, antiquated, aged
140.    Omit – leave out, overlook, exclude, skip
141.    Onslaught – aggression, invasion, storming, violation
142.    Onus – culpability, deadweight, incubus, liability
143.    Opacity – cloudiness, murkiness, haziness, dullness
144.    Opaque – turbid, impenetrable, muddy, unclear
145.    Open – frank, candid, fair, guileless
146.    Opponent – aspirant, assailant, disputant, dissentient
147.    Opposing – conflicting , differing, rival, opposite
148.    Opposition – resistance, antagonism, obstruction, hostility
149.    Oppressive – cruel, domineering, repressive, tyrannical
150.    Optimistic – positive, hopeful, bright, cheerful
151.    Optional – voluntary, elective, discretional
152.    Opulent – affluent, rich, wealthy, well-to-do
153.    Ordinary – normal, common, regular, usual
154.    Organic – amoebic, constitutional, elemental
155.    Origin – resource, root, cause, derivation, result, culmination
156.    Original – unique, inventive, new, novel
157.    Ornament – decoration, adornment, embellishment, beautification
158.    Ornate – garnished, decorated, adorned
159.    Orthodox – conventional, traditional, typical, customary
160.    Oscillate – swing, fluctuate, vacillate, alternate
161.    Ostensible – seeming, apparent, exhibited, pretended
162.    Ostracize – exclude, banish, shun, snub
163.    Outcome – result, effect, consequence
164.    Outlandish – bizarre, peculiar, weird, strange
165.    Outmoded – fashionable, outdated, passé, obsolete
166.    Outspoken – candid, frank, blunt, straight forward
167.    Overbearing – haughty, arrogant, imperious, domineering
168.    Overcome – overpower, beat, surmount, subjugate
169.    Overjoy – allure, groove, jubilate


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170.    Palatial – lavish, splendid, extravagant, grand
171.    Palpable – overt, conspicuous, obvious, clear
172.    Palpitation – tremor, shudder, shiver, tremble
173.    Panacea – cure, remedy, medicine
174.    Paradise – heaven, Elysium, eden, bliss
175.    Paradox – contradiction, absurdity, enigma, mystery
176.    Pardon – forgive, acquit, absolve, excuse
177.    Parochial – narrow, limited, bounded
178.    Parsimonious – thrifty, frugal, economical, saving
179.    Partial – biased, favouring, unfair, prejudiced
180.    Partisan – follower, supporter, adherent, fan
181.    Passion – eagerness, zeal, fervors, keenness
182.    Pathetic – wretched, sad, dismal, pitiable
183.    Patience – endurance, tolerance, persistence, fortitude
184.    Patriotic – nationalistic, loyal, jingoistic, devoted
185.    Paucity – lack, scantiness, scarcity, dearth
186.    Peaceful – amicable, inoffensive, mild, calm
187.    Peak – climax, crest, top, acme
188.    Pecuniary –financial, fiscal, economic
189.    Peevish – crabby, cranky, irritable, bad-tempered
190.    Penchant – liking, fondness, proclivity, desire
191.    Penetrating – piercing, shape, acute, incisive
192.    Penitent – contrite, rueful, repentant, apologetic
193.    Pensive – thoughtful, contemplative, brooding, preoccupied
194.    Penury – poverty, neediness, destitution, indigence
195.    Pester – annoy, badger, bedevil, beleaguer
196.    Perfect – accomplished, faultless, immaculate, impeccable
197.    Peril – danger, hazard, risk, jeopardy
198.    Perilous – dangerous, unsafe, hazardous, risky
199.    Peripheral – tangential, marginal, side-line, unimportant
200.    Permanence – dependability, durability, immutability, permanency
201.    Permanent – enduring, lasting, eternal, unending
202.    Permission – consent, permit, sanction, warrant
203.    Pernickety – fussy, finicky, choosy, particular
204.    Permit – allowance, concession, consent, franchise
205.    Perpetrate – commit, accomplish, contravene, offend
206.    Perpetual – endless, eternal, interminable, ceaseless
207.    Perplexed – confused, shocked, amazed, puzzled
208.    Perquisite – advantage, bonus, gratuity, largess
209.    Perspicacious – wise, sagacious, astute, insightful
210.    Persuade – influence, argue, sway, convince
211.    Pervasive – all-encompassing, invasive, enveloping, insidious
212.    Philanthropist – benevolent, generous, gracious, benignant
213.    Phony – fake, counterfeit, spurious, false
214.    Pictorial – graphic, picturesque, illustrated
215.    Picturesque – charming, striking, pleasing, pretty
216.    Pinnacle – summit, peak, top, acme
217.    Pious – holy, religious, righteous, saintly
218.    Pique – interest, arouse, stimulate, intrigue
219.    Plain – simple, basic, adorned, natural
220.    Plan – scheme, devise, arrange, design
221.    Playful – humorous, lighthearted, teasy, mischievous
222.    Pleasing – charming, delightful, gratifying, acceptable
223.    Plenty – abundance, profusion, exuberance, adequacy
224.    Plethora – overabundance, surfeit, excess, surplus
225.    Poach – encroach, filch, intrude, pilfer, agitate
226.    Poise – elegance, confidence, assurance, composure
227.    Poisonous – venomous, toxic, deleterious, lethal
228.    Polite – courteous, cultivated, elegant, genteel
229.    Pollute – contaminate, corrupt, defile, infect
230.    Pompous – ostentatious, showy, assuming, flaunting
231.    Porous – absorbent, permeable, spongy, leaky
232.    Portray – depict, describe, draw, sketch
233.    Position – site, situation, place, post
234.    Possessed – consumed, enchanted, fiendish, violent
235.    Postponement – delay, adjournment, deferral, suspension
236.    Potential – promise, capability, ability, aptitude
237.    Poverty – penury, destitution, privation, indigence
238.    Pragmatic – businesslike, commonsensical, unidealistic, practical
239.    Praise- admire, commend, laud, credit
240.    Praiseworthy – commendable, admirable, laudable, creditable
241.    Prayer – entreaty, adoration, imploration, supplication
242.    Preach – evangelize, homilize, prophesy, pulpiteer
243.    Preamble – foreword, preface, introduction, prelude
244.    Precise – exact, accurate, formal, meticulous
245.    Precision – accuracy, exactitude, exactness, correctness
246.    Precursor – forerunner, precedent, predecessor, ancestor
247.    Predator – carnivore, raptor
248.    Predicament – dilemma, fix, quandary, indecision
249.    Predict – foresee, foretell, envisage, forecast
250.    Predilection – preference, fondness, inclination, partiality
251.    Predominate – dominate, rule, prevail, control
252.    Preference – partiality, choice, inclination, liking
253.    Prejudiced – biased, partial, unfair, favouring
254.    Prepare – arrange, fit, fabricate, adjust
255.    Preponderance – dominance, extensiveness, prevalence, superionity
256.    Preposterous – outrageous, ridiculous, absurd, outlandish
257.    Prerequisite – precondition, requirement, condition, qualification
258.    Prerogative – right, privilege, advantage, edge
259.    Prescribe – designate, dictate, impose, specify
260.    Preservation – conservation, protection, care, maintenance
261.    Pretension – ostentation, pomposity, snobbery, vainglory
262.    Prevaricate – hedge, evade, quibble, stall
263.    Prevent – interrupt, intercept, obstruct, restrain
264.    Previous – earlier, antecedent, preceding, prior
265.    Priceless – invaluable, expensive, inestimable, costly
266.    Pride – conceit, vanity, arrogance, assumption
267.    Prior – former, previous, preceding, antecedent
268.    Principal – champion, prevailing, transcendent, unapproachable
269.    Pristine – unspoiled, immaculate, fresh, original
270.    Privilege – advantage, benefit, concession, right
271.    Proceed – advance, move, progress, continue
272.    Proclaim – declare, announce, promulgate, enunciate
273.    Procrastinate – put off, delay, dally, postpone
274.    Prodigal – wasteful, profuse, lavish, extravagant
275.    Prodigious – colossal, enormous, gigantic, huge
276.    Profane – blasphemous, irreverent, irreligious, sacrilegious
277.    Professional – expert, specialized, proficient, skilled
278.    Proffer – offer, extend, tender, submit
279.    Profitable – lucrative, productive, gainful, remunerative
280.    Profligate – wasteful, extravagant, spendthrift, reckless
281.    Profound – thoughtful, insightful, reflective, deep
282.    Prognosis – forecast, expectation, prediction, prophecy
283.    Progress – advance, move, proceed, continue
284.    Prohibit – ban, forbid, hinder, prevent
285.    Proliferate – multiply, produce, increase, create
286.    Prolific – productive, fertile, fruitful, creative
287.    Prolong – lengthen, sustain, extend, protract
288.    Prominent – famous, eminent, distinguished, noted
289.    Promiscuous – miscellaneous, mixed, composite
290.    Promote – elevate, raise, assist, aid
291.    Promptness – speed, alacrity, celerity, swiftness
292.    Pronounce – articulate, enunciate, verbalize, vocalize
293.    Propensity – tendency, proclivity, predisposition, inclination
294.    Proper – apt, suitable, apposite, appropriate
295.    Prophesy – predict, foretell, forecast, presage
296.    Prophylactic – preventive, prohibitive, checking
297.    Propinquity – nearness, closeness, proximity
298.    Propitiate – pacify, placate, appease, reconcile
299.    Propitious – favorable, auspicious, promising, encouraging
300.    Propose – offer, suggest, propound, recommend
301.    Propriety – politeness, decorum, modesty, decency
302.    Prospective – potential, forthcoming, likely, probable
303.    Prosperity – affluence, wealth, richness, fortune
304.    Protean – changeable, variable, inconstant, fickle
305.    Protect – defend, save, secure, guard
306.    Protrude – beetle, extrude, bulge, distend
307.    Proud – arrogant, conceited, pompous, overconfident
308.    Providential – timely, opportune, fortunate, lucky
309.    Provisional – temporary, interim, make-shift, impermanent
310.    Proviso – stipulation, rider, condition, provision
311.    Provocative – stimulating, inciting, offensive, challenging
312.    Provoke – incite, instigate, stir, rouse
313.    Prowess – ability, skill, expertise, competence
314.    Proxy  - representative, delegate, agent, lieutenant
315.    Prudent – wise, judicious, thoughtful, considerate
316.    Publicity – advertising, promotion, hype, exposure
317.    Puckish – mischievous, playful, wicked, naughty
318.    Puerile – childish, infantile, immature, silly
319.    Punctilious – scrupulous, meticulous, painstaking, conscientious
320.    Punctuate – interrupt, disrupt, interpose, intersperse
321.    Pungent – strong, heady, sharp, bitter
322.    Punish – penalize, beat, flog, whip
323.    Purchase – buy, acquire, obtain, procure
324.    Pure – genuine, unadulterated, unmixed, real
325.    Purpose – objective, intent, aim, target
326.    Pusillanimous – timid, cowardly, timorous, recreant
327.    Putrid – foul, stinking, rotten, offensive
328.    Puzzle – riddle, enigma, conundrum, mystery

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