The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 28

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1)  Abjure (Verb) — शपथपूर्वक त्यागना

Meaning: Solemnly renounce (a belief, cause, or claim).

Synonyms: Renounce, Relinquish, Reject,

Antonyms: Acknowledge, Admit, Affirm

Usage: The Taliban has not abjured violence, or sworn allegiance to the Afghan constitution before joining talks.


2) Adjunct (Verb) – अनुपूरक या सहायक

Meaning: A thing added to something else as a supplementary rather than an essential part.

Synonyms: Supplement, Addition, Accompaniment

Usage: Computer technology is an adjunct to learning.


3) Unequivocal (Adjective) – असंदिग्ध या स्पष्ट

Meaning: Leaving no doubt; unambiguous.

Synonyms: Unambiguous, Unmistakable, Indisputable,

Antonyms: Equivocal, Ambiguous, Vague

Usage: The Taliban has unequivocally renounced ties with al-Qaeda and the Islamic State, and committed to preventing Afghan soil from being used by foreign terrorists.


4) Appeasement (Noun) — तुष्टीकरण

Meaning: The action or process of appeasing.

Synonyms: Conciliation, Placation, Pacification, Propitiation

Antonyms: Provocation, Aggression

Usage: The charge stems from a lineage of propaganda invented by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which holds the Congress guilty of the cynical politics of Muslim appeasement.


6)  Superfluity (Noun) आधिक्य

Meaning: An unnecessarily or excessively large amount or number of something.

Synonyms: Surplus, Excess, Overabundance

Antonyms: Lack, Shortage

Usage: Minority representation was discussed at length and set aside as a superfluity.


7) Incipient (Adjective) — उत्पन्न होनेवाला

Meaning: Beginning to happen or develop.

Synonyms: Rowing, Emerging, Emergent, Dawning;

Antonyms: Full-blown

Usage: In the real world of dislocation and trauma, Partition witnessed a number of local vigilante efforts to inscribe a narrower identity on the incipient nation.


8) Hegemony — नेतृत्व

Meaning: Leadership or dominance, especially by one state or social group over others.

Synonyms: Leadership, Dominance, Dominion, Supremacy

Antonyms: Self-government

Usage: Germany was united under Prussian hegemony after 1871.


9) Unfettered (Adjective) — अप्रतिबंधित

Meaning: Not confined or restricted.

Synonyms: Unrestrained, Unrestricted, Unconstrained

Antonyms: Restricted, Fettered

Usage: The unfettered exercise of Article 25 rights in this sense puts the general will at risk of being bent to a majoritarian assertion.


10) Recede (Verb) — पीछे हटना

Meaning: Go or move back or further away from a previous position.

Synonyms: Retreat, Withdraw

Antonyms: Advance, Approach

Usage: Nehru’s insistence on the reversal of these intrusions gradually receded from the attention span of governments at the State and local levels.

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