The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 252

SSC and all Competitive Exams. Explore The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary to score good marks in English Section. Start practising this vocabulary to increase your word power. While reading a passage you have to highlight tough words in it and analyse the correct meaning of those words. This will help you understand the passage clearly and also you can learn more new words, it means also you can develop your vocabulary. To help you in this part we have provided an English Vocabulary passage along with meaning, synonyms and usages of hard words in the passage, make use of it. We also providing Important Vocabulary Quiz based on “THE ECONOMIST” and “THE HINDU”

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  1. Humongous (adjective) — बहुत ही बड़ा

Definition: extremely large; enormous.

Synonyms: enormous, vast, immense, very large, very big, great, massive, cosmic, colossal, huge

Antonyms: tiny, small, mini, miniature, petite, small-scale, minute, microscopic

Usage: He owned a humongous private yacht.


  1. Embark (verb) — पोतारोहण करना

Definition: begin (a course of action).

Synonyms: begin, start, commence, undertake, set about, enter on, go into, take up

Antonyms: end, finish, complete, finish-up, accomplished, fulfilled, settled

Usage: She embarked on a new career.


  1. Curtail (verb) – कम करना

Definition: reduce in extent or quantity; impose a restriction on.

Synonyms: reduce, cut, cut down, cut back, decrease, lessen, diminish, slim down, tighten up, retrench, pare down, trim, dock, lop, shrink

Antonyms: improve, increase, grow, promote, spread, cultivate, fatten, encourage

Usage: They prepared measures to curtail the outbreak.


  1. Clamour (noun) — कोलाहल

Definition: a loud and confused noise, especially that of people shouting.

Synonyms: din, racket, loud noise, uproar, tumult, babel, shouting, yelling, screaming, baying, roaring, blaring, clangour

Antonyms: silence, quiet, quietness, hush, tranquility, peace, noiselessness

Usage: As soon as he stepped out of the crime scene, the questions rose to a clamour


  1. Fillip (noun) – प्रोत्साहन

Definition: something which acts as a stimulus or boost to an activity.

Synonyms: stimulus, stimulation, stimulant, boost, encouragement, incitement, incentive, impetus, inducement, motivation

Antonyms: subdue, curb, control, restrict, limit, contain, constrain, curtail

Usage: the halving of car tax would provide a fillip to sales


  1. Unveil (verb) – अनावरण करना

Definition: show or announce publicly for the first time.

Synonyms: reveal, present, disclose, divulge, make known, make public, air, communicate, publish, broadcast

Antonyms: hide, cover-up, conceal, cover, veil, disguise

Usage: the Home Secretary has unveiled plans to crack down on crime


  1. Blasphemy (noun) — ईश्वर निन्दा

Definition: the action or offence of speaking sacrilegiously about God or sacred things; profane talk.

Synonyms: profanity, profaneness, sacrilege, irreligiousness, irreverence, swearing, curse, cursing, impiety, impiousness, ungodliness, unholiness

Antonyms: respectful, holiness, piousness, reverence, holy, faithful

Usage: he was detained on charges of blasphemy


  1. Subsequent (adjective) — उत्तरवर्ती

Definition: coming after something in time; following.

Synonyms: following, ensuing, succeeding, successive, later, future, coming, upcoming, to come, next

Antonyms: preceding, before, first, foregoing, antecede, predate, antedate

 Usage: the theory was developed subsequent to the earthquake of 1906


  1. Hardline (adjective) — समझौता का विरोधी

Definition: uncompromising; strict.

Synonyms: uncompromising, strict, diehard, extreme, tough, inflexible, immoderate, intransigent, intractable, unyielding, undeviating, unwavering, single-minded

Antonyms: flexible, agreeable, moderate, yielding, wavering, open-minded

Usage: He was a hardlined rationalist.


  1. Exacerbate (verb) — ख़राब करना

Definition: make (a problem, bad situation, or negative feeling) worse.

Synonyms: aggravate, make worse, worsen, inflame, compound

Antonyms: control, relieve, alleviate, treat, strengthen, fix, isolate

Usage: the exorbitant cost of land in urban areas only exacerbated the problem

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