The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 158

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1). Delineate (Verb) – चित्रित करना

Definition: describe or portray (something) precisely.

Synonyms: describe, set forth, set out, present, outline, depict, portray, represent

Antonyms:  Confuse, Distort.

Usage: the law should delineate and prohibit behaviour which is socially abhorrent

2). Contours (Noun) – आकृति

Definition: an outline representing or bounding the shape or form of something.

Synonyms: outline, shape, form

Antonyms: Core, Affection, Centre.

Usage: she traced the contours of his face with her finger

 

3). Conjecture (Noun) – अनुमान

Definition: an opinion or conclusion formed on the basis of incomplete information.

Synonyms:  guess, speculation, surmise, fancy, notion, belief, suspicion

Antonyms: fact, truth, known.

Usage: conjectures about the newcomer were many and varied

 

4). Signatories (Noun) — हस्ताक्षरकर्ता

Definition: a party that has signed an agreement, especially a state that has signed a treaty.

Synonyms: witness, certifier, oath.

Usage: Britain is a signatory to the convention

 

5). Veracity (Noun) – सच्चाई

Definition: conformity to facts; accuracy.

Synonyms:  truthfulness, truth, accuracy, accurateness, correctness, exactness

Antonyms: falsehood, unfairness, deceit.

Usage: officials expressed doubts concerning the veracity of the story

 

6). Indelible (Adjective) – अमिट

Definition: making marks that cannot be removed.

Synonyms: ineradicable, inerasable, ineffaceable, unexpungeable, indestructible,  permanent

Antonyms: Temporary, erasable, eradicable.

Usage: an indelible marker pen

 

7). Promulgation (Verb) – प्रचार

Definition:  to make known by open declaration

Synonyms:  publish; proclaim formally or put into operation

Antonyms: hide, keep secrete, keep quiet, collect.

Usage: Modi promulgated a new order.

 

8). Absconding (Verb) – फरार होना

Definition: leave hurriedly and secretly, typically to escape from custody or avoid arrest.

Synonyms: run away, escape, bolt, clear out, flee, make off, take flight, take off, fly, decamp

Antonyms: wait, remains, joint, appear.

Usage: the barman absconded with a week’s takings

 

9). Misdemeanours (Noun) – दुष्कर्म

Definition: a minor wrongdoing.

Synonyms: wrongdoing, evil deed, crime, felony, criminal act

Antonyms: goodness, loyal, trustable.

Usage: the player can expect a suspension for his latest misdemeanour

 

10). Consternation (Noun) – निराशा

Definition: a feeling of anxiety or dismay, typically at something unexpected.

Synonyms: dismay, perturbation, anxiety, distress, disquiet, disquietude, discomposure

Antonyms: Calm, Composure, Confidence, Peaceful.

Usage: to her consternation her car wouldn’t start

 

11). Defunct (Adjective) – अनुपयोगी

Definition: no longer existing or functioning.

Synonyms: disused, no longer in use, unused, inoperative, non-functioning, unusable

Antonyms: working, extant, alive, living

Usage: the now defunct Somerset & Dorset railway line

 

12). Crawling (Verb) — रेंगने

Definition: behave obsequiously or ingratiatingly in the hope of gaining someone’s favour.

Synonyms:   grovel to, be obsequious towards, ingratiate oneself with, be servile towards, be sycophantic towards

Antonyms:  oppose, disagreement.

Usage: a reporter’s job can involve crawling to objectionable people

 

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