Daily Wordlist for SBI Exam

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1. Sobriquet (N):- a familiar name for a person (often a shortened version of a person's given name).
Synonyms:  byname, cognomen, moniker, nickname.
Uses: In the 'Game of Thrones' Tywin Lannister used to called as an Imp so the word 'Imp' is a 'Sobriquet' here.
Tricks: we know sabri(ramayana) by her name.

2. Bacchanal (N):- someone who engages in drinking bouts; a wild gathering involving excessive drinking and promiscuity
Synonyms: bacchanalia, debauch, debauchery, drunken revelry, orgy, riot, saturnalia.
Uses: a night of bacchanalian revelry
Tricks: Bachchan acted well in movie SHARABI.

3. Mortification (N):- strong feelings of embarrassment.
Synonyms: chagrin, humiliation.
Uses: he had to undergo one humiliation after another.

4. Enfeeblement (N):- serious weakening and loss of energy.
Synonyms: ebilitation, enervation, exhaustion
Uses: The boring class enfeebled my imagination.

5. Asceticism (N):- rigorous self-denial and active self-restraint.
Synonyms: ascesis 
Uses: When Gregory was a monk, he lived an ascetic lifestyle that excluded worldly goods.
Trick: Asceticism comes from the word ascetic, which comes from Greek roots meaning monk, and practice or exercise.

6. Barefaced (Adj):- with no effort to conceal; unrestrained by convention or propriety.
Synonyms: audacious, bald-faced, brassy, brazen, brazen-faced, insolent
Uses: They attacked him in various ways with barefaced questions
Trick: adding to above statement Bar Faced. strippers you know have to shameless in order to dance against pole(in bar) and so they are noticeable.

7. Bastion (N):- a stronghold into which people could go for shelter during a battle.
Synonyms: fortification, munition.
Uses: the last bastion of male chauvinism
Trick: In a war the base station has the strongest protection.

8. Begrudge (V):- be envious of; set one's heart on.
Synonyms: envy
Uses: Americans, for the most part, don’t begrudge someone his success.
Trick: be+grudge. when u have grudge on somebody you always wish ill for him.

9. Beleaguer (V):- annoy persistently.
Synonyms: badger, bug, pester, tease
Uses: If we do not spray our house with insect repellant, mosquitos will beleaguer us all summer.
Tricks: the australians beleaguered harbhajan singh.

10. Satirical (Adj):- exposing human folly to ridicule.
Synonyms: satiric
Uses: a persistent campaign of mockery by the France satirical fortnightly magazine 'Charlie Hebdo' of Hajrat Muhammed Sahab, annoyed the vicious terrorist syndicate ISIS so much, they attacked on it, to retaliate.
Trick: SATIRICAL or IRONICAL which are rhyming words refer to criticism through irony or ridicule.

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