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IBPS Bank PO and Clerk English SYNONYMS Set - E

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English SYNONYMS Set - 'E'

Q
1.    Quaint – strange, unique, unusual, uncommon
2.    Qualm – misgivings, uneasiness, scruple, hesitation
3.    Quarrelsome – bellicose, confrontational, cantankerous, irritable
4.    Queer – odd, aberrant, abnormal, unusual
5.    Quell – suppress, subdue, crush, repress


6.    Quench – slake, satisfy, satiate, extinguish
7.    Quick – rapid, fast, swift, speedy
8.    Quiet – silence, tranquility, peace, serenity
9.    Quintessence – essence, embodiment, soul, heart
10.    Quit – desert, abandon, leave, retire
11.    Quite – completely, fully, entirely, totally
12.    Quixotic – romantic, fanciful, imaginary, wild


R
13.    Radiant – bright, luminous, glowing, shinning
14.    Radical – fundamental, far-reaching, deep-seated, basic
15.    Rambling – confused, long-winded, incoherent, tedious
16.    Rancid – loathsome, malodorous, putrefactive, putrescent
17.    Random – accidental, haphazard, arbitrary, unsystematic
18.    Rare – uncommon, unusual, atypical, exceptional
19.    Rash – reckless, impetuous, impulsive, precipitate
20.    Ratification – endorsement, approval, confirmation, substantiation
21.    Rational – discreet, judicious, sagacious, sane
22.    Ravage – destroy, plunder, ruin, devastate
23.    Reach – jurisdiction, magnitude, mastery, spread
24.    Reaction – response, reply, answer, feedback
25.    Realistic – sensible, practical, pragmatic, reasonable
26.    Reality – fact, verity, actuality, truth
27.    Reasonable – sensible, rational, practical, pragmatic
28.    Rebel – revolt, mutiny, strike, coup
29.    Rebuke – chide, reprehend, reprimand, reproach
30.    Recede – retreat, withdraw, ebb, draw away
31.    Receiver – recipient, beneficiary, obtainer
32.    Recent – modern, new, current, fresh
33.    Recognize – identify, know, distinguish, make out
34.    Recommend – advocate, advise, counsel, suggest
35.    Reconciliation – settlement, squaring off, resolution, compromise
36.    Recovery – upturn, resurgence, recuperation, mending
37.    Rectify – correct, remedy, cure, repair
38.    Rectitude – righteousness, decency, correctness, morality
39.    Recuperation – convalescence, recovery, healing, retrieval
40.    Redoubtable – formidable, alarming, fearsome, dreadful
41.    Reduce – diminish, decrease, lessen, condense
42.    Redundant – superfluous, outmoded, disused, surplus
43.    Refer – accredit, exemplify, glance, interpolate
44.    Refined – sophisticated, advanced, superior, polished
45.    Reflex – habitual, involuntary, responsive, spontaneous
46.    Refrain – desist, abstain, avoid, renounce
47.    Refreshing – cool, reenergizing, revitalizing, stimulating
48.    Refuse – reject, rebuff, decline, snub
49.    Refute – disprove, contest, rebut, counter
50.    Regain – achieve, compass, recoup, recruit
51.    Regret – bewail, bemoan, deplore, rue
52.    Regular – systematic, orderly, consistent, steady
53.    Rehearse – practice, drill, train, learn
54.    Reiterate – repeat, restate, retell, recap
55.    Rejection – refusal, rebuff, denial, refutation
56.    Rejoice – cheer, enliven, exhilarate, gladden
57.    Rejuvenate – refresh, invigorate, revitalize, renew
58.    Relax – rest, unwind, slacken, loosen
59.    Release – discharge, acquit, liberate, free
60.    Relentless – unrelenting, persistent, unyielding, inexorable
61.    Relevant – pertinent, germane, related, appropriate
62.    Reliable – dependable, trustworthy, consistent, unswerving
63.    Relieve – ease, alleviate, allay, mitigate
64.    Religious – holy, sacred, pious, spiritual
65.    Relish – delectation, diversion, penchant, stomach
66.    Reluctant – unwilling, averse, disinclined, hesitant
67.    Remarkable – extraordinary, amazing, notable, outstanding
68.    Remembrance – recollection, regard, memory, reminiscence
69.    Reminder – admonition, memento, memorial, souvenir
70.    Remiss – careless, negligent, slipshod, inattentive
71.    Remote – far, distant, isolated, secluded
72.    Remuneration – payment, reimbursement, reward, compensation
73.    Renew – renovate, refurbish, revive, refresh
74.    Renounce – abandon, abdicate, forsake, relinquish
75.    Renovate – renew, restore, revive, refresh
76.    Repair – mend, restore, redress, restoration
77.    Reparation – amends, redress, repair, restoration
78.    Repartee – badinage, witticism, response, banter
79.    Repeal – recall, abolish, abrogate, revoke
80.    Repeat – recite, reiterate, reproduce, recapitulate
81.    Repercussion – reverberation, recoil, rebound, reflection
82.    Repetitiveness – monotonous, verbose, consecutive, interminable
83.    Replenish – refill, supply, provide, enrich
84.    Repose – relax, recline, rest, lounge
85.    Repressive – suppressive, exploitive, oppressive, tyrannical
86.    Reprimand – warning, scolding, reproof, rebuke
87.    Reprisal – revenge, retribution, retaliation, payback
88.    Reprobate – degenerate, rascal, no-good, troublemaker
89.    Reproduce – generate, propagate, multiply, procreate
90.    Reprove – reprehend, reprimand, censure, admonish
91.    Repulsion – disgust, repugnance, revulsion, loathing
92.    Repulsive – disgusting, vile, gross, nauseating
93.    Request – ask for, call for, demand, appeal
94.    Rescind – nullify, revoke, repeal, abrogate
95.    Resent – resist, detest, dislike, hate
96.    Reserved – coy, constrained, shy, unsociable
97.    Resist – oppose, thwart, confront, block
98.    Resource – expedient, device, ability, ingenuity
99.    Respectful – reverent, obedient, courteous, decorous
100.    Responsible – accountable, liable, answerable, dependable
101.    Restive – restless, rebellious, impatient, recalcitrant
102.    Restless – turbulent, unquiet, agitated, disturbed
103.    Restoration – renewal, replacement, revival, reinstatement
104.    Resume – continue, restart, commence, renew
105.    Resuscitate – revitalize, save, revive, revivify
106.    Retail – dispense, distribute, market, peddle
107.    Retaliation – revenge, avengement, repayment, reprisal
108.    Retard – hold up, slow down, hinder, impede
109.    Reticent – reserved, quiet, taciturn, silent
110.    Retire – give up, leave, withdraw, go off
111.    Retreat – move back, drawback, recoil, withdraw
112.    Retribution – vengeance, revenge, payback, reprisal
113.    Retrograde – backward, catabolic, deteriorating, lapsing
114.    Revelation – exposure, disclosure, opening, leak
115.    Revision – amendment, modification, review, reconsideration
116.    Revive – reinvigorate, resuscitate, reanimate, refresh
117.    Revoke – quash, repeal, annul, abolish
118.    Reward – honour, compensate, indemnify, remunerate
119.    Richness – affluence, opulence, wealth, money
120.    Rickety – unsteady, weak, shaky, infirm
121.    Ridicule – mock, deride, lampoon, banter
122.    Ridiculous – absurd, amusing, funny, farcical
123.    Rigid – inflexible, staunch, stiff, tough, unbending
124.    Ripen – mature, mellow, develop, season
125.    Risky – perilous, hazardous, dangerous, unsafe
126.    Rock – shake, astound, shock, stun
127.    Rotate – circumvolve, pirouette, trundle, whirligig
128.    Rough – harsh, crude, coarse, unpolished
129.    Rubbish – trash, litter, refuse, debris
130.    Rudely – bluntly, roughly, impolitely, harshly
131.    Rue – lament, regret, shaggy, craggy
132.    Ruinous – injurious, harmful, baneful, destructive
133.    Ruse – dodge, trick, con, subterfuge


S
134.    Sacred – holy, hallowed, consecrated, sanctified
135.    Sad – gloomy, depressed, afflicted, cheerless
136.    Sage – philosopher, savant, saint, thinker
137.    Salient – prominent, remarkable, outstanding, noteworthy
138.    Salubrious – healthy, wholesome, decent, hygienic
139.    Salvage – save, protect, support, back up
140.    Sanctify – consecrate, purify, clean
141.    Sanguine – optimistic, confident, lively, hopeful
142.    Sanity – wisdom, rationality, sensibility, thoughtfulness
143.    Satirical – mocking, ironic, humorous, sardonic
144.    Satisfactory – sufficient, adequate, gratifying, convincing
145.    Savage – beastly, fierce, brute, cruel
146.    Savour – taste, odour, flavor,
147.    Scarce – deficient, sparse, few, lacking
148.    Scatter- disperse, fling, spread out, diffuse
149.    Skeptical – cynical, dubious, doubtful, unconvinced
150.    Scholarly – pedant, savant, learned, knowledgeable
151.    Scientific – logical, philosophical, rational, sound
152.    Scope – potential, possibility, capacity, strength
153.    Scorn – ridicule, spurn, disdain, deride
154.    Scoundrel – rogue, knave, cheat, vagabond
155.    Sculptor – chiseler, lapidary, lithographer, sculptor
156.    Scurrilous – insulting, scandalous, slanderous, defamatory
157.    Search – hunt, look, quest, seek
158.    Season – juncture, occasion, opportunity
159.    Secede – separate, split, break away, disaffiliate
160.    Secret – clandestine, hidden, covert, occult
161.    Sedate – grave, sober, staid, still
162.    Segregate – isolate, separate, dissociate, part
163.    Seize – grab, clutch, snatch, confiscate
164.    Seldom – hardly ever, rarely, infrequently
165.    Selection – assortment, choice, range, collection
166.    Self centered – egocentric, selfish, egotistical
167.    Self controlled – self restrained, abstemious, abstinent, virtuous
168.    Selfish – egotistic, egocentric, self-seeking, self- centered
169.    Senile – aged, old, doting, tottering
170.    Sensitive – impressible, responsive, affected, susceptible
171.    Sensual – licentious, fleshy, bodily, voluptuous
172.    Sensuous – material, aesthetic, symbolic
173.    Separated – segregated, severed, disintegrated, detached
174.    Serene – tranquil, calm, peaceful, quiet
175.    Serious – grave, sober, solemn, momentous
176.    Set aside – save, reserve, keep back
177.    Settle – resolve, reconcile, mend, patch up
178.    Several – various, different, diverse, manifold
179.    Shabby – old, worn, ragged, threadbare
180.    Shadowy – adumbration, obscuration, obscurity, penumbra
181.    Shady – adumbral, chiaroscuro, shadowy, umbrageous
182.    Shake – move, quake, tremble, stir
183.    Shaky – unstable, weak, tottering, trembling
184.    Shameless – brazen, impudent, audience, unashamed
185.    Sharp – pungent, severe, piquant, trenchant
186.    Shatter – crack, demolish, burst, smash
187.    Shimmer – shine, glisten, flash, gleam
188.    Short – small, little, tiny, diminutive
189.    Shortfall – deficit, loss, underperformance
190.    Show – exhibit, display, disclose, reveal
191.    Showy – flashy, ostentatious, gaudy, garish
192.    Shrewd – sagacious, wise, clever, astute
193.    Shy – coy, bashful, wary, modest
194.    Sicken – weary, tire, nauseate, disgust
195.    Significant – important, momentous, expressive, vital
196.    Silence – calm, peace, stillness, tranquility
197.    Silly – absurd, foolish, stupid, senseless
198.    Similar – alike, resembling, congruous, like
199.    Simulate – concoct, counterfeit, exaggerate, prevaricate
200.    Sincere – frank , genuine, honest, truthful
201.    Sinful – wicked, bad, evil, corrupt
202.    Singular – peculiar, unique, odd, eccentric
203.    Singularity – capriciousness, freakishness, idiosyncrasy
204.    Situation – condition, case, state, position
205.    Skeptic – misbeliever, heathen, atheist
206.    Skillful – competent, adroit, dexterous, able
207.    Skirt – evade, avoid, go round, hide
208.    Slander – defame, malign, vilify, abuse
209.    Slender – slim, slight, lean, trim
210.    Slide – glide, slip, skid
211.    Slight – paltry, minor, small, trifling
212.    Slippery – greasy, slick, slimy, smooth
213.    Slipshod – careless, casual, sloppy, shoddy
214.    Slither – slide, glide, slip, skid
215.    Sloth – laziness, insolence, dilatoriness, torpor
216.    Slow – sluggish, leisurely, unhurried, dawdling
217.    Sludge – mud, slush, mire, slime
218.    Sluggish – indolent, slothful, dronish, torpid
219.    Smooth – polished, sleek, soft, oily
220.    Sneer – belittle, burlesque, disparage, lampoon
221.    Snobbish – arrogant, snobby, conceited, haughty
222.    Sober – grave, serious, solemn, somber
223.    Sociable – friendly, affable, genial, social
224.    Soft – gentle, mild, render, complaint
225.    Solecism – error, mistake, blunder, gaffe
226.    Solicit – beg, beseech, implore, plead
227.    Solidarity – union, fellowship, consolidation, community
228.    Solitude – loneliness, isolation, seclusion, privacy
229.    Soon – promoptly, shortly, quickly, anon
230.    Soothe – allay, assuage, mitigate, mollify
231.    Sophisticated – naïve, artless, unaffected, natural
232.    Soporific – anesthetic, anodyne, narcotic, hypnotic
233.    Sorrow – grief, sadness, distress, affliction
234.    Spacious – large, vast, capacious, broad
235.    Spare – extra, superfluous, surplus, additional
236.    Sparkle – flash, radiate, shine, glisten
237.    Sparse – meager, scanty, thin, scattered
238.    Spectacular – stunning, impressive, majestic, magnificent
239.    Speedily – fast, quickly, rapidly, hastily
240.    Spineless – pathetic, gutless, cowardly, spiritless
241.    Spinster – single, unattached, unmarried, bachelor
242.    Spirited – forcefully, feisty, vigorous, brave
243.    Spiritual – divine, holy, ethereal, incorporeal
244.    Spite – hatred, malice, malevolence, rancor
245.    Sponsor – back, support, pay for, subsidize
246.    Spontaneous – impulsive, natural, artless, sudden
247.    Sporadic – scattered, dispersed, separated, infrequent
248.    Sprawling – extensive, expansive, rambling, spread
249.    Sprightly – lively, enthusiastic, active, agile
250.    Sprout – grow, develop, bud, germinate
251.    Spruce – classy, dainty, dapper, elegant
252.    Spy – agent, detective, scout
253.    Squander – waste, spend, throw, away, lavish
254.    Stable – firm, fixed, constant, steady
255.    Stagnant – still, quiet, dull, standing
256.    Staid – sedate, serious, sober, grave
257.    Stalemate – deadlock, impasse, standoff, tie
258.    Stalk – pedicel, spike, upright
259.    Stare – gawk, gaze, rubberneck
260.    Stark – absolute, gross, sheer, downright
261.    Starry – brilliant, effulgent, bright, lustrous
262.    Steadfast – unwavering – unfaltering, constant, fixed
263.    Steal – thieve, pilfer, embezzle, filch
264.    Stealthy – clandestine, covert, secret, surreptitious
265.    Steep – sheer, abrupt, precipitous, sudden
266.    Sterling – genuine, authentic, excellent, first-rate
267.    Stern – strict, rigid, severe, inflexible
268.    Stiff – firm, tough, rigid
269.    Stingy – niggardly, miserly, mean, selfish
270.    Stink – reek, stench, odour, smell
271.    Stipulate – specify, direct, guide, mention
272.    Stir up – agitate, provoke, awaken, incite
273.    Stoicism – tolerance, endurance, bearing, mute suffering
274.    Stormy – tempestuous, furious, violent, fiery
275.    Straight – erect, rectilinear, undeviating, unswerving
276.    Strange – odd, bizarre, outlandish, weird
277.    Stratagem – scheme, artifice, trick, plot
278.    Stray – roam, err, wander, rove
279.    Strengthen – brace, invigorate, energize, encourage
280.    Stress – anxiety, tension, strain, trauma
281.    Stretchable – extendable, tensile, lenient, expandable
282.    Strict – severe, stern, stringent, tough
283.    Strong – stout, sturdy, burly, tough
284.    Stubborn – obdurate, obstinate, unyielding, dogged
285.    Studious – reflective, bookish, scholarly, academic
286.    Stun – astonish, amaze, bewilder, confound
287.    Stupefy – confuse, confound, benumb, middle
288.    Stupidity – idiocy, stillness, foolishness, inanity
289.    Sturdy – firm, stout, robust, strong
290.    Stylish – fashionable, elegant, modish,
291.    Subdue – restrain, suppress, control, tame
292.    Sublime – fine, dignified, exalted, sophisticated
293.    Submissive – yielding, compliant, meek, obedient
294.    Submit – surrender, yield, succumb, capitulate
295.    Subsequent – ensuing, later, following, succeeding
296.    Substantiate – validate, authenticate, prove, corroborate
297.    Subvert – undermine, destabilize, sabotage, weaken
298.    Successive – consecutive, continuous, sabotage, weaken
299.    Successor – beneficiary, descendant, inheritor, assignee
300.    Succinct – concise, terse, laconic, brief
301.    Succumb – yield, submit, capitulate, surrender
302.    Suffice – appease, captivate, indulge, reconcile
303.    Sufficient – adequate, ample, plentiful, recommend, indicate
304.    Sullen – surly, morose, dour, brooding
305.    Summarize – sum up, précis, abridge, recapitulate
306.    Summit – acme, apex, zenith, pinnacle
307.    Superabundant – excessive, superfluous, teeming, exuberant
308.    Superannuated – aged, old, decrepit, effete
309.    Supercilious – disdainful, haughty, insolent, arrogant
310.    Superficial – shallow, surface, outward
311.    Supernatural – paranormal, extraordinary, unusual
312.    Supersede – replace, supplant, remove, override
313.    Superstitious – irrational, gullible, illogical, credulous
314.    Supervise – inspect, manage, superintend, conduct
315.    Supplement – addendum, appendix, continuation, sequel
316.    Supplicate – beg, beseech, implore, plead
317.    Support – uphold, promote, aid, back
318.    Supportive – helpful, caring, encouraging, sympathetic
319.    Suppress – quash, overturn, subdue, defeat
320.    Surfeit – excess, surplus, glut, oversupply
321.    Surly – peevish, sullen, churlish, sulky
322.    Surmount – overcome, surpass, subdue, vanquish
323.    Surmountable – beatable, conquerable, surpassable
324.    Surplus – excess, additional, superfluous, extra
325.    Surprise – shock, astound, astonish, bewilder
326.    Surrender – yield, submit, capitulate
327.    Surround – enclose, encircle, encompass, girdle
328.    Survival – endurance, existence, subsistence, appearance
329.    Suspend – stop, discontinue, dismiss, postpone
330.    Suspense – doubt, apprehension, anxiety, tension
331.    Suspicious – distrustful, skeptical, mistrustful, cynic
332.    Swanky – classy, posh, ritzy, chic
333.    Swift – fast, prompt, nimble, quick
334.    Sycophant – toady, flatterer, lickspittle
335.    Sympathy – kindness, benevolence, magnanimity
336.    Symmetry – agreement, equilibrium, equipoise, evenness
337.    Synchronous – simultaneous, coincident, contemporaneous
338.    Synthetic – constructed, ersatz, makeshift, manufactured, unnatural


T
339.    Tacit – implicit, implied, silent, inferred
340.    Taciturn – reticent, reserved, mute, uncommunicative
341.    Tactful – sensible, adept, diplomatic, clever
342.    Tale – story, fable, narration, narrative
343.    Talent – ability, potential, aptitude, genius
344.    Talkative – chatty, loquacious, garrulous, eloquent
345.    Tardy – dawdling, jammed, loitering, unpunctual
346.    Tasty – delicious, flavorsome, appetizing, scrumptious
347.    Tax – charge, duty, levy, toll
348.    Tell – acquaint, instruct, proclaim
349.    Tease – harass, irritate, molest, annoy
350.    Tedium – boredom, dreariness, dullness, monotony
351.    Temperamental – moody, hot tempered, angry, irritated
352.    Temperate – calm, moderate, abstemious, restrained
353.    Temporal – earthly, worldly, material, mundane
354.    Temporary – impermanent, momentary, fleeting, passing
355.    Temptation – inducement, provocation, seducement, tantalization
356.    Tendency – bent, proclivity, propensity, bias
357.    Tenderness – affection, compassion, politeness, sympathy
358.    Tenuous – weak, shaky, feeble, fragile
359.    Terminate – end, finish, cease, conclude
360.    Terrible – awful, horrible, frightful, dreadful
361.    Terrify – frighten, horrify, scare, affright
362.    Terse – brief, short, concise, laconic
363.    Thin – flimsy, delicate, skinny, slender
364.    Thorough – complete, entire, absolute, downright
365.    Thoughtless – inattentive, indiscreet, neglectful, heedless
366.    Threat – menace, danger, intimidation
367.    Threatening – intimidating, frightening, menacing, hostile
368.    Thrifty – frugal, economical, miser
369.    Thrive – batten, mushroom, prosper, radiate, succeed
370.    Thug – assassin, gorilla, hooligan, mobster
371.    Tidy – neat, orderly, organized, uncluttered
372.    Timid – cowardly, timorous, fearful, afraid
373.    Timely – appropriate, convenient, propitious, prosperous
374.    Timorous – pusillanimous, timid, fearful, diffident
375.    Tinkle – chime, jangle, plink, tingle
376.    Tinsel – applique, festoon, garbage, parquetry, sequin
377.    Tiny – small, minute, pithy, diminutive
378.    Tire – exhaust, fatigue, jade, weary
379.    Tireless – diligent, assiduous, industrious, indefatigable
380.    Tiresome – exhausting, irksome, toilsome, tedious
381.    Tolerable – bearable, endurable, acceptable, reasonable
382.    Toll – fee, tax, charge, lay, excise
383.    Topsy-turvy – confused, disorder, chaotic, disarray
384.    Torpid – dull, inactive, lethargic, indolent
385.    Torture – torment, persecute, afflict, agony
386.    Toxic – poisonous, venomous, lethal, deadly
387.    Tradesman – merchandiser, speculator, tradesperson, wholesale
388.    Traditional – customary, conventional, usual, fixed
389.    Tragic – sad, disastrous, catastrophic, heartbreaking
390.    Tramp – trek, long walk, stroll
391.    Tranquil – calm, peaceful, serene, placid
392.    Transfer – transmit, transport, move, exchange
393.    Transgress – misbehave, disobey, contravene, infringe
394.    Transient – fleeting, transitory, momentary, passing
395.    Transition – change, shifting, alteration
396.    Transitory – brief, fleeting, temporary, impermanent
397.    Translate – render, construe, interpret, decode
398.    Transmission – conveyance, transference, transmittal, transportation
399.    Transparent –lucid, clear, pellucid, limpid
400.    Travel – journey, trip, voyage, troup
401.    Traveler – pilgrim, voyager, tourist, wayfarer
402.    Trek – hike, walk, ramble, march
403.    Trembling – quivering, shaking, terrified
404.    Tremendous – astounding, awesome, gigantic, immense
405.    Trepidation – fear, anxiety, apprehension, unease
406.    Trick – cheat, dupe, deceive, defraud
407.    Trickster – cheat, swindler, fraud, charlatan
408.    Triumphant – successful, winning, glorious, victorious
409.    Trivial – insignificant, trifling, petty, unimportant
410.    Truant – bunk off, skive, play hooky
411.    Trust – belief, faith, credence, reliance
412.    Truth – reality, fact, verity, exactness
413.    Truthful – honest, candid, frank, straightforward
414.    Try – attempt, endeavour, strive, aim
415.    Tunnels – canal, channel, tube
416.    Turbulence – uproar, disturbance, insurgence, chaos
417.    Twist – coil, curl, bend

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