The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 101

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1) Impervious (Adjective) –

Meaning: Not allowing fluid to pass through

Synonyms: Impermeable, impenetrable, impregnable, waterproof, watertight

Antonyms: Permeable, absorbent, absorptive

Usage: An impervious layer of basaltic clay

 

2) Perhaps (Adverb) –

Meaning: Used to express uncertainty or possibility

Synonyms: Maybe, it may be (that), it is possible (that), possibly, conceivably, feasibly

Antonyms:Impossibly

Usage: Perhaps I should have been frank with him

 

3) Stark (Adjective) –

Meaning: Severe or bare in appearance or outline

Synonyms: Evident, clear, clear-cut, graphic, striking

Antonyms: Fuzzy, indistinct, pleasant, comfortable, ornate

Usage: The ridge formed a stark silhouette against the sky

 

4) Devise (Verb) –

Meaning: Plan or invent (a complex procedure, system, or mechanism) by careful thought

Synonyms: Conceive, think up, come up with, concoct, design, frame, invent, coin, originate

Antonyms: Borrowed, destroyed, disordered, disorganized, forgot

Usage: A training programme should be devised

 

5) Homily (Noun) –

Meaning: A religious discourse which is intended primarily for spiritual edification rather than doctrinal instruction

Synonyms: Sermon, lecture, discourse, address, lesson

Antonyms: Conversation

Usage: She delivered her homily about the need for patience

 

6) Propensity (Noun) –

Meaning: An inclination or natural tendency to behave in a particular way

Synonyms: Tendency, inclination, predisposition, proneness, proclivity, readiness

Antonyms: Antipathy, disinclination, dislike, hate, hatred

Usage: His propensity for violence

 

7) Remorse (Noun) –

Meaning: Deep regret or guilt for a wrong committed

Synonyms: Contrition, deep regret, repentance, penitence, guilt,

Antonyms: Indifference

Usage: They were filled with remorse and shame

 

8) Egregious (Adjective) –

Meaning: Outstandingly bad; shocking

Synonyms: Shocking, appalling, horrific, horrifying, horrible, terrible, awful

Antonyms: Marvelous, amazing, astounding, astonishing, awesome

Usage:Egregious abuses of copyright

 

9) Crumble (Verb) –

Meaning: Break or fall apart into small fragments, especially as part of a process of deterioration

Synonyms: Disintegrate, fall down, fall to pieces, fall apart, collapse

Antonyms: Ameliorate, improve, meliorate, build, develop

Usage: The plaster started to crumble

 

10) Pulpit (Noun) –

Meaning: A raised enclosed platform in a church or chapel from which the preacher delivers a sermon

Synonyms: Stand, lectern, platform, podium, stage, staging

Antonyms: Offshoot, subsidiary, supplement, branch

Usage: Many ministers delivered political guidance from their pulpits

 

11) Dismal (Adjective) –

Meaning: Causing a mood of gloom or depression

Synonyms: Dingy, dim, dark, gloomy, sombre, dreary, drab, dull

Antonyms: Bright, cheerful

Usage: The dismal weather made the late afternoon seem like evening

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