English Vocabulary Set-19 (with meaning and example)

    SBI PO Exam- English Vocabulary Set-19
    English Vocabulary Set-19 (with meaning and example):
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    1.) Fatal:
    Meaning – resulting in death
    Example – For Manoj his first train journey provedfatal
    a.   Alive
    b.   Death
    c.   Serious condition
    d.   None of these


    2.) Fatigue:
    Meaning – very great tiredness
    Example – On reaching home I went straight to bed because offatigue.
    a.   Feeling sleepy
    b.   Sad
    c.   Tired
    d.   None of these


    3.) Fatuous:
    Meaning – very silly or stupid
    Example – Bob is known for hisfatuous comments.
    a.   Meaningless
    b.   Meaningful
    c.   Stupid thinking
    d.   None of these


    4.) Fawn:
    Meaning – praise someone and be friendly to them in an insincere way
    Example – Aishwarya Rai had her fansfawning all over her
    a.   Praising
    b.   Put down
    c.   Finding fault
    d.   None of these


    5.) Febrile:
    Meaning – caused by fever
    Example – The child hadfebrileconvulsions.
    a.   Feverish
    b.   Tired
    c.   Cause cold
    d.   None of these


    6.) Fecund:
    Meaning – able to produce many children, young animals or crops
    Example – Some ancient kings were known to befecund.
    a.   Beautiful
    b.   Highly rated
    c.   Stupid
    d.   Productive


    7.) Gaffe:
    Meaning – an embarrassing mistake made in public
    Example – The Vice – President’s comments were a diplomaticgaffe.
    a.   Embarrassing mistake
    b.   Making fun
    c.   Enjoying
    d.   None of these


    8.) Gainsay:
    Meaning – say that something is not true
    Example – The minister could notgainsay the opposition claim
    a.   Profit
    b.   Lose
    c.   Fake
    d.   Shout


    9.) Gallantry:
    Meaning – courage, especially in a battle
    Example – The boy who fought with a tiger was given an award for hisgallantry
    a.   Fake ideas
    b.   Courageous
    c.   Gentle agreement
    d.   None of these


    10.) Garnet:
    Meaning – dark red stone used as a jewel
    Example – There were largegarnets on the throne.
    a.   Red stone
    b.   Black stone
    c.   White stone
    d.   Green stone


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