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SET 1: IMPORTANT WORDS, THEIR MEANINGS AND SYNONYMS FOR CAT Concepts 

SET 1: IMPORTANT WORDS, THEIR MEANINGS AND SYNONYMS FOR CAT

A good hold of vocabulary is vital to score high is CAT examination. Without a sound knowledge of vocabulary, the CAT verbal section will become quite impossible to solve.  Be it reading comprehension or sentence correction, the candidate is going face difficulty in solving the questions without having a good grip on difficult words. So here are some words which will help you build your vocabulary:

 

CAPTIOUS: Quick to find fault about trifles

Synonyms: hypercritical, carping, carviling, censorious

ATHEIST: One who denies that God exists

Synonyms: infidel, agnostic, skeptic

BESMIRCH: To soil or dirty

Synonyms: stilly, defile, smirch, bespatter

DISPASSIONATE: Free from feeling or partiality

Synonyms: palm, impartial

COGENT: Having the force to compel, usually by appealing to reason

Synonym: persuasive

LETHAL: Deadly

Synonyms: mortal, fatal.

JARGON: Confused, unintelligible, meaningless talk; special vocabulary used only by members of a group or trade

Synonyms: gibberish, argot, cant

METICULOUS: Fussy about minute details

Synonyms: fastidious, punctilious, finical, methodical.

PRESTIGE: Esteem or influence accorded for recognized achievements or reputation

Synonym: distinction

ZENITH: The highest point

Synonyms: acme, apex, culmination, summit

 

 

 

 

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