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Dear aspirants Here is the Daily Wordlist for upcoming bank and other competitive exams. Do study it on a daily basis and enhance your vocabulary skills. 



1.Dispersing 
Meaning: To spread across or move away over a large area, or to make something do this. 
Example: When the rain came down the crowds started to disperse. 
Synonyms: Break Up, Split Up, Disband 
Antonyms: Assemble, Gather

2.Spurred 
Meaning: To encourage an activity or development or make it happen faster. 
Example: Rising consumer sales have the effect of spurring the economy to faster growth. 
Synonyms: Stimulus, Incitement, Fillip 
Antonyms: Discouragement

3.Vandalisation 
Meaning: the act of deliberately destroying or damaging public or private property. 
Example: Due to vandalization in the past, a security system has been installed in the house.
Synonyms: destruction, ruin, damage, annihilation 
Antonyms: Creation, construction, renaissance, building

4.Stringent 
Meaning: Having a very severe effect, or being extremely limiting. 
Example: The most stringent laws in the world are useless unless there is the will to enforce them.
 Synonyms: Strict, Severe 
Antonyms: Flexible

5.Deluge 
Meaning: a large number of things occurring in the same instance 
Example: The noted physician received a deluge of awards for his work in AIDS research.
Synonyms: torrent, overflow of an area with water. 
Antonyms: drought, trickle, death , barren 

6.Indigenous 
Meaning: Naturally existing in a place or country rather than arriving from another place.
Example: So who are the indigenous people of this land? 
Synonyms: Native, Original 
Antonyms: Expatriate, Migrant

7.Encase 
Meaning: to enclose in or as in a case 
Example: Her voice was too strong, too assured, to encase in strict rules.
Synonyms: attach, connect, cover, dress
Antonyms: disconnect, forget, lay bare, remove, separate. 

8.Exculpatory
Meaning: tending to clear from a charge of fault or guilt.
Example: Understanding the neurophysiology of the brain, therefore, would seem to be as exculpatory as finding a tumor in it.
Synonyms: absolve, acquit, clear, exonerate, vindicate
Antonyms: criminate, incriminate

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