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SET 2: IMPORTANT WORDS, THEIR MEANINGS AND ANTONYMS FOR CAT Concepts 

SET 2: IMPORTANT WORDS, THEIR MEANINGS AND ANTONYMS FOR CAT

Vocabulary is one of the most important cogs in the large wheel of English language”.

A good grasp on vocabulary is essential for high scores in CAT examination. The different sections of CAT verbal are quite impossible to crack without the sound knowledge of vocabulary. In both the sections such as reading comprehension and sentence completion students find many path holes; it is due to the existence of the difficult words. So here are some words with their meanings and antonyms. Please try and find synonyms for these:

 

ZEALOUS: Full of enthusiasm or eagerness

Antonym: perfunctory

MONOLOGUE: A speech by one person

Antonym: colloquy, dialogue

PRELUDE: An introduction, forerunner, or preliminary step

Antonym: epilogue

PLEBEIAN: Pertaining to the common people

Antonym: patrician, aristocratic

OBDURATE: Hard-hearted; stubborn

Antonym: submissive, docile, compliant

NOCTURNAL: Pertaining to, or occurring in the night

Antonym: diurnal

MOROSE: Gloomy; ill-humored

Antonym: blithe, genial

MISANTHROPIC : Hating or distrusting mankind

Antonym: philanthropic, altruistic.

INGENUOUS: Simple and straightforward; concealing nothing

Antonym: sophisticated

FEASIBLE: Workable – a feasible plan

Antonym: impracticable

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