The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 185

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1). Abrupt (Adjective) – अकस्मात्

Definition: sudden and unexpected.

Synonyms: sudden, immediate, instantaneous, hurried, hasty, quick, swift, rapid, speedy, precipitate

Antonyms: gradual, unhurried, smooth, flowing.

Usage: I was surprised by the abrupt change of subject


2). Confrontation (Noun) – आमना-सामना

Definition: a hostile or argumentative situation or meeting between opposing parties.

Synonyms:  conflict, clash, brush, fight, battle, contest, encounter, head-to-head, face-off, engagement

Antonyms: agreement, clam, peace.

Usage: a confrontation with the legislature


3). Utterances (Noun) – उक्ति

Definition: the action of saying or expressing something aloud.

Synonyms: voicing, saying, speaking, expression, delivery, sounding, mouthing, breathing, articulation

Antonyms: listening, silence.

Usage: the simple utterance of a few platitudes


4). Nonetheless (Adverb) – बहरहाल

Definition: in spite of that; nevertheless.

Synonyms: however, although, but, ever so.

Usage: the rally, which the government had declared illegal, was nonetheless attended by some 6,000


5). Rhetoric (Noun) – अलंकार शास्त्र

Definition: the art of effective or persuasive speaking or writing, especially the exploitation of figures of speech and other compositional techniques.

Synonyms: oratory, eloquence, power of speech, command of language, expression, way with words, delivery, diction

Antonyms:  quiet, conciseness.

Usage: he is using a common figure of rhetoric, hyperbole


6). Conciliatory (Adjective) – अनुरंजनार्थक

Definition: intended or likely to placate or pacify.

Synonyms:  propitiatory, placatory, appeasing, pacifying, pacific, mollifying, so as to pour oil on troubled waters

Antonyms:  hostile, opposed, inimical, antipathetic, unsympathetic, ill-disposed, resistant, averse

Usage: a conciliatory approach


7). Galvanise (Verb) – प्रेरित करना

Definition: shock or excite (someone) into taking action.

Synonyms: jolt, shock, startle, impel, stir, spur, prod, urge, motivate, stimulate, electrify, excite, rouse

Antonyms: demotivate.

Usage: the urgency of his voice galvanized them into action


8). Disparate (Adjective) – भिन्न

Definition: essentially different in kind; not able to be compared.

Synonyms:  contrasting, different, differing, dissimilar, unlike, unalike, poles apart

Antonyms: homogeneous, same.

Usage: they inhabit disparate worlds of thought


9). Dissimilitude (Noun) – विभिन्नता

Definition: dissimilarity or diversity.

Synonyms: contrasty, disparity, divergence.

Antonyms: harmony, sameness, uniformity.

Usage: there’s a real dissimilitude between literature and film, and a critic shouldn’t evaluate one in terms of the other


10). Viable (Adjective) – व्यवहार्य

Definition: capable of working successfully; feasible.

Synonyms: workable, feasible, practicable, practical, applicable, usable,

manageable, operable, operational, possible

Antonyms: impracticable, unworkable, non-viable, impossible to carry out, unfeasible, inoperable, out of the question

Usage: the proposed investment was economically viable


11). Yoking (Verb) – जुड़ा हुआ

Definition: cause (two people or things) to be joined in a close relationship.

Synonyms: harness, hitch, hitch up, couple, tether, fasten, attach, join, join up, tea

Antonyms: divide, lose, sever, unlock

Usage: Hong Kong’s dollar has been yoked to America’s


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