The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 35

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1)  Vigorous (Noun) – जोरदार

Meaning: Strong, healthy, and full of energy

Synonyms: Robust, Healthy,

Antonyms: Frail, Weak

Usage: The report of the Comptroller and Auditor-General of India tabled in Parliament comes in the midst of a vigorous campaign.


2) Revelation (Noun) — रहस्योद्घाटन

Meaning: The making known of something that was previously secret or unknown.

Synonyms: Divulgence, Telling, Disclosure

Antonyms: Keeping, Covering up

Usage: Revelations about his personal life


3) Rhetoric (Noun) — अलंकार शास्र

Meaning: Language that is impressive-sounding but not meaningful or sincere

Synonyms: Bombast, Fustian, Gas

Antonyms: Inarticulateness

Usage: The mayorʼs promise to fight drugs was just rhetoric, since there was no money in the city budget for a drug program


4) Disdain (Noun) — तिरस्कार

Meaning: The feeling that someone or something is unworthy of one’s consideration or respect.

Synonyms: Contempt, Scorn,

Antonyms: Admiration, Respect

Usage: In a pluralistic, multi-party federal system, disdain for democratic conventions and the violation of well-entrenched behavioural patterns are causing irreversible damage to the polity.


5) Persuasion (Noun) — अनुनय

Meaning: The action or process of persuading someone or of being persuaded to do or believe something.

Synonyms: Coercion, Inducement, Convincing, Blandishment

Antonyms: Fact, Truth

Usage: As Opposition parties of different persuasions are beginning to stitch together a motley coalition.


6) Motley (Adjective) – मिश्रित

Meaning: Incongruously varied in appearance or character; disparate.

Synonyms: Miscellaneous, Disparate, Diverse, Assorted

Antonyms: Homogeneous, Uniform

Usage: A motley crew of discontents and zealots.


7) Authoritarian (Adjective) — सत्तावादी

Meaning: Favouring or enforcing strict obedience to authority at the expense of personal freedom.

Synonyms: Autocratic, Dictatorial, Totalitarian, Despotic

Antonyms: Democratic, Liberal, Lenient, Permissive

Usage: Across the world, democracy is in obvious retreat, with authoritarian tendencies on the ascendant.


8) Awry (Adjective) – टेढ़ा

Meaning: Out of the normal or correct position; askew.

Synonyms: Askew, Crooked, Lopsided, Uneven, Asymmetrical,

Antonyms: Straight, Symmetrical

Usage: At the same time, there are enough examples of democracy going awry. Brexit, and the Brexit debate, in the U.K. and Europe is a good example.


9) Diatribe (Noun) — अभियोगात्मक भाषण

Meaning: A long angry speech or scolding

Synonyms: Harangue, Jeremiad, Philippic, Rant, Tirade

Antonyms: Encomium, Eulogy, Panegyric, Rhapsody, Tribute

Usage: His diatribe against what he calls a “ridiculous partisan” investigation against him is an indication.


10) Vituperative (Adjective) — निंदापूर्ण

Meaning: Bitter and abusive.

Synonyms: Abusive, Contumelious, Invective, Opprobrious

Antonyms: Moderate, Temperate

Usage: Currently, we are witnessing vituperative exchanges between the Prime Minister and some Chief Ministers which involve accusations such as fomenting riots and running extortion rackets.


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