The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 242

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  1. Impasse (noun)

Definition: a situation in which no progress is possible, especially because of disagreement; a deadlock.

Synonyms: deadlock, dead end, stalemate, checkmate, stand-off

Antonyms: progress, improvement, advancement, enhancement

Usage: The current political impasse has lasted almost a year.

 

  1. Reiteration (noun)

Definition: the action of repeating something, typically for emphasis or clarity.

Synonyms: repeat, say again, restate, retell, recapitulate, go over (and over), iterate, rehearse

Antonyms: unclear, take back, not made clear

Usage: the reiteration of his campaign promise to cut taxes

 

  1. Quashed (verb)

Definition: reject as invalid, especially by legal procedure.

Synonyms: cancel, reverse, rescind, repeal, revoke, retract, countermand, withdraw, take back.

Antonyms: accept, believe, trust, welcome, rely

Usage: His conviction was quashed on appeal.

 

  1. Explicit (adjective)

Definition: stated clearly and in detail, leaving no room for confusion or doubt.

Synonyms: clear, direct, plain, obvious, straightforward, clear-cut, crystal clear, clearly expressed

Antonyms: implicit, implied, indirect, inferred, understood, hinted, suggested, deducible

Usage: the arrangement had not been made explicit

 

  1. Dispel (verb)

Definition: make (a doubt, feeling, or belief) disappear.

Synonyms: banish, eliminate, dismiss, chase away, drive away, drive off, get rid of, dissipate

Antonyms: cause, be the cause of, give rise to, bring about, lead to, result in, produce, create

Usage: the brightness of the day did nothing to dispel Elaine’s dejection

 

  1. Palpable (adjective)

Definition: (of a feeling or atmosphere) so intense as to seem almost tangible.

Synonyms: perceptible, perceivable, visible, noticeable, appreciable, discernible, detectable

Antonyms: intangible, imperceptible, impalpable, untouchable, inexpressible

Usage: It was a palpable sense of loss.

 

  1. Euphoria (noun)

Definition: a feeling or state of intense excitement and happiness.

Synonyms: elation, happiness, joy, joyousness, delight, glee, excitement, exhilaration, animation

Antonyms: misery, depression, sadness, despair

Usage: in his euphoria, he had become convinced he could defeat them

 

  1. Liberal (noun)

Definition: a person of liberal views, willing to accept beliefs and behavior different from one’s own.

Synonyms: wide-ranging, broad-based, general, humanistic

Antonyms: close-minded, narrow-minded, intolerant, conservative, prejudiced

Usage: a concern among liberals about the relation of the citizen to the state

 

  1. Condemnation (noun)

Definition: the expression of very strong disapproval; censure.

Synonyms: censure, criticism, castigation, stricture, denunciation, damnation, vilification

Antonyms: approval, acceptance, agreement, consent, assent, acquiescence, compliance, concurrence

Usage: there was strong international condemnation of the attack

 

  1. Foster (verb)

Definition: encourage the development of (something, especially something desirable).

Synonyms: encourage, promote, further, stimulate, advance, forward, cultivate, nurture, facilitate

Antonyms: discourage, unsupportive, dissuade, hinder

Usage: the teacher’s task is to foster learning

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