The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 103

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1) Scathing (Adjective) – गंभीर रूप से

Meaning: Witheringly scornful; severely critical

Synonyms: Devastating, withering, blistering, extremely critical, coruscating, searing

Antonyms: Mild, gentle, complimentary

Usage: She launched a scathing attack on the Prime Minister


2) Revoke (Verb) – रद्द करना

Meaning: Officially cancel (a decree, decision, or promise)

Synonyms: Cancel, repeal, rescind, reverse, abrogate, annul, nullify

Antonyms: Introduce, enact, ratify

Usage: The men appealed and the sentence was revoked


3) Accusation (Noun) – दोषारोप

Meaning: A charge or claim that someone has done something illegal or wrong

Synonyms: Allegation, charge, claim, assertion, asseveration, attribution

Antonyms: Approval, commendation, compliment

Usage: Accusations of bribery


4) Elusive (Adjective) – मायावी

Meaning: Difficult to find, catch, or achieve

Synonyms: Difficult to catch/find, difficult to track down; evasive, slippery, shifty

Antonyms: Attracting, confronting, definite, encountering, enticing, facing

Usage: Success will become ever more elusive


5) Outburst (Noun) – नाराजगी

Meaning: A sudden release of strong emotion

Synonyms: Eruption, explosion, burst, outbreak, flare-up, blow-up

Antonyms: Implosion, calm, harmony, order, peace

Usage: Angry outburst from the prime minister


6) Insurgent (Noun) – विद्रोही

Meaning: A person fighting against a government or invading force; a rebel or revolutionary

Synonyms: Rebel, revolutionary, revolutionist, mutineer, agitator, subversive

Antonyms: Loyalist

Usage: An attack by armed insurgents


7) Stalemate (Noun) – गतिरोध

Meaning: A situation in which further action or progress by opposing or competing parties seems impossible

Synonyms: Deadlock, impasse, standstill, dead end, stand-off, draw, tie

Antonyms: Advance, headway, progress

Usage: The war had again reached stalemate


8) Endorse (Verb) – समर्थन करना

Meaning: Recommend (a product) in an advertisement

Synonyms: Support, back, approve (of), be in agreement with, favour

Antonyms: Oppose

Usage: He earns more money endorsing sports clothes than playing football


9) Morale (Noun) – मनोबल

Meaning: The confidence, enthusiasm, and discipline of a person or group at a particular time

Synonyms: Confidence, self-confidence, self-esteem; spirit, spirits

Antonyms: Diffidence, insecurity, self-distrust, self-doubt

Usage: The team’s morale was high


10) Forge (Verb) – बनाना

Meaning: create (something) strong, enduring, or successful

Synonyms: build, build up, construct, form, create, establish

Antonyms: break, demolish, destroy, dismantle

Usage: the two women forged a close bond

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