The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 175

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1). Effusively (Adjective) – जोश से

Definition: showing or expressing gratitude, pleasure, or approval in an unrestrained or heartfelt manner.

Synonyms: gushing, gushy, unrestrained, unreserved, extravagant, fulsome

Antonyms: restrained

Usage: an effusive welcome


2). Hail (Verb) – जयजयकार करना

Definition: praise (someone or something) enthusiastically.

Synonyms: barrage, volley, shower, deluge, torrent, burst, stream, storm, flood,

spate, rain, tide, avalanche, blaze

Antonyms: criticize, condemn

Usage: he has been hailed as the new James Dean


3). Stringent (Adjective) – कड़ी से कड़ी

Definition: (of regulations, requirements, or conditions) strict, precise, and exacting.

Synonyms: strict, firm, rigid, rigorous, severe, harsh, tough, tight, exacting, demanding, inflexible, stiff, hard and fast

Antonyms: lenient, flexible

Usage: stringent guidelines on air pollution


4). Normalcy (Noun) – सामान्य अवस्था

Definition: the condition of being normal; the state of being usual, typical, or expected.

Synonyms: a normal state of affairs, business as usual, the daily round, routine, a normal pattern, order, regularity

Antonyms: insanity, fast, speed.

Usage: the office gradually returned to a semblance of normalcy.


5). Archetypal (Adjective) – ठेठ

Definition: very typical of a certain kind of person or thing.

Synonyms: most typical, most characteristic, representative,  standard, conventional, classic, model, exemplary,

Antonyms: atypical, unique

Usage: the archetypal country doctor


6). Abrogation (Noun) – निराकरण

Definition: the repeal or abolition of a law, right, or agreement.

Synonyms: repudiation, revocation, repeal, rescinding, rescindment, overturning,  overruling, overriding, annulment

Antonyms: institution, introduction

Usage: Central government has Abrogation.


7). Festering (Verb) – सड़ना

Definition: (of a negative feeling or a problem) become worse or more intense, especially through long-term neglect or indifference.

Synonyms:  rankle, chafe, gnaw (at one’s mind), eat away at one’s mind, ferment, brew, smoulder

Antonyms: built, grow, delight.

Usage: below the surface, the old antagonisms festered


8). Deftness (Noun) – निपुणता

Definition: skillful performance or ability without difficulty

Synonyms:  adeptness, adroitness, facility, quickness

Antonyms: poor, week.

Usage: he can perform it with deftness.


9). Alienated (Verb) – अलग –थलग करना

Definition:  transfer ownership of (property rights) to another person or group

Synonyms: transfer, convey, pass on, hand over, devolve

Antonyms: unite, fixed.

Usage: they defended the Masai against attempts to alienate their land


10). Precludes (Verb) – बंद करना ,रोकना

Definition: prevent from happening; make impossible.

Synonyms: prevent, make it impossible for, make it impracticable for, rule out, put a stop to, stop

Antonyms: aid, allow, assist, help

Usage: the secret nature of his work precluded official recognition


11). Chauvinism (Noun) — अंधराष्ट्रीयता

Definition: exaggerated or aggressive patriotism.

Synonyms:  jingoism, excessive patriotism, blind patriotism, excessive nationalism, sectarianism, isolationism, excessive loyalty, flag-waving

Antonyms: unbias, unstable, imbalance.

Usage: The war stimulated an intense national chauvinism.

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