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SSC english study material: list of words with their synonyms (set- 1)

In this article, we have presented a list of almost 30 words with their respective maximum number of synonyms. this list is prepared keeping SSC exams in mind. practice all of them in this blog.

Apr 10, 2017 13:32 IST
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In this article, we have prepared a list of words with their respective synonyms. There are almost 2-3 questions framed in SSC CGL/CHSL and other exams every year. Therefore, it is very necessary to prepare for it on regular basis. We have covered almost all common words that are frequently asked in examination with the maximum number of synonyms. This practice test contains nearly 30 words. By going through these, you will realize the improvement in following skills: -

  1. Understanding of English paragraph and comprehension
  2. Strong vocabulary
  3. Understanding of spellings
  4. Quick recitation of their respective antonyms

Let us take a glimpse of them in the following context -

  • Beautiful: Attractive, Pretty, Lovely, Stunning
  • Fair: Just, Objective, Impartial, Unbiased
  • Funny: Humorous, Comical, Hilarious, Hysterical
  • Happy: Content, Joyful, Mirthful, Upbeat
  • Hardworking: Diligent, Determined, Industrious, Enterprising
  • Honest: Honorable, Fair, Sincere, Trustworthy
  • Intelligent: Smart, Bright, Brilliant, Sharp
  • Introverted: Shy, Bashful, Quiet, Withdrawn
  • Kind: Thoughtful, Considerate, Amiable, Gracious
  • Lazy: Idle, Lackadaisical, Lethargic, Indolent
  • Mean: Unfriendly, Unpleasant, Bad-tempered, Difficult
  • Outgoing: Friendly, Sociable, Warm, Extroverted
  • Rich: Affluent, Wealthy, Well-off, Well-to-do
  • Strong: Stable, Secure, Solid, Tough
  • Unhappy: Sad, Depressed, Melancholy, Miserable
  • Lucky: Auspicious, Fortunate
  • Positive: Optimistic, Cheerful, Starry-eyed, Sanguine
  • Bossy: Controlling, Tyrannical
  • Baffle: confuse, deceive
  • Hypocrisy: duplicity, falseness
  • Pacify: appease, placate
  • Recalcitrant: obstinate, stubborn
  • Turbulent: disordered, violent
  • Valid: authorized, legitimate
  • Old: antiquated, ancient, obsolete, extinct, past, prehistoric, venerable, aged
  • True: genuine, reliable, factual, accurate, precise, correct, valid, real
  • Important: required, substantial, vital, essential, primary, significant, requisite, critical
  • Weak: frail, anemic, feeble, infirm, languid, sluggish, puny, fragile


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