The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 32

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1) Incite (Verb) — उकसाना

Meaning: Encourage or stir up (violent or unlawful behaviour).

Synonyms: Encourage, Inflame, Stimulate, Instigate, Provoke

Antonyms: Suppress, Dissuade, Deter

Usage: They conspired to incite riots.


2) Enamour (Verb) — आनंदित करना

Meaning: Be filled with love for.

Synonyms: In love with, Infatuated with, Besotted with

Antonyms: Indifferent to

Usage: It is not difficult to see why Edward is enamoured of her


3) Appetite (Noun) – भूख

Meaning: A strong desire or liking for something.

Synonyms: Craving, Longing, Yearning, Hankering,

Antonyms: Aversion

Usage: We live in a world where appetite for news is incessant and the news cycle is very short.


4) Vicious (Adjective) — शातिर

Meaning: Deliberately cruel or violent.

Synonyms: Brutal, Ferocious, Savage, Violent

Antonyms: Gentle, Kindly, Benevolent

Usage: A vicious assault


5) Placate (Verb) — तसल्ली देना

Meaning: Make (someone) less angry or hostile.

Synonyms: Pacify, Calm, Calm Down, Appease, Mollify, Soothe

Antonyms: Provoke, Anger

Usage: Britain veers to a hard Brexit as Prime Minister May continues to placate Tory hardliners.


6) Estrangement (Noun) — मनमुटाव

Meaning: The fact of no longer being on friendly terms or part of a social group.

Synonyms: Alienation, Turning Away, Antagonism, Antipathy, Disaffection,

Antonyms: Unity, Reconciliation

Usage: Equally important, the spectacular rise of Hindutva or Hindu nationalism from the 1990s has had a major psychological impact on a section of Muslim youth, prompting their estrangement from the national mainstream.


7) Macabre (Adjective) — भयंकर

Meaning: Disturbing because concerned with or causing a fear of death.

Synonyms: Gruesome, Grisly, Grim, Gory, Morbid

Usage: The Hashimpura massacre in Uttar Pradesh by members of the Provincial Armed Constabulary in 1987 was the most macabre example of such incidents.


8) Aberration (Noun) — विपथन

Meaning: A departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typically an unwelcome one

Synonyms: Anomaly, Deviation, Divergence, Abnormality

Antonyms: Mind, Saneness, Sanity

Usage:  Until the 1990s the vast majority of Indian Muslims treated such occurrences as aberrations and their belief in the secular and non-discriminatory character of the Indian state remained unshaken.


9) Galling (Adjective) — दुखद

Meaning: Causing annoyance or resentment; annoying.

Synonyms: Annoying, Irritating, Vexing, Vexatiou

Antonyms: Pleasing

Usage: What was most galling was the Central government’s apathy in the face of this brazen act of mob violence despite the fact that it had been forewarned.


10) Alienation (Noun) अलगाव की भावना

Meaning: The loss of friendship or affection

Synonyms: Disaffection, Disgruntlement, Estrangement, Souring

Antonyms: Reconcilement, Reconciliation

Usage: After years of alienation from her family, she became reconciled with them when her father fell ill.

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