The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 122

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1) sweeping (adjective) व्यापक

Meaning: extending or performed in a long, continuous curve.

Synonyms: broad, extensive, expansive, vast, spacious, roomy

Antonyms: small, narrow

Usage: “sweeping, desolate moorlands”


2) wrested (verb) — छीन लेना

Meaning: forcibly pull (something) from a person’s grasp.

Synonyms: wrench, snatch, seize, grab, take by force

Antonyms: reattach

Usage: “Leila tried to wrest her arm from his hold”


3) aggregate (noun) — कुल जोड़

Meaning: a whole formed by combining several separate elements.

Synonyms: collection, mass, cluster, lump, clump

Antonyms: uncombined

Usage: “the specimen is an aggregate of rock and mineral fragments”


4) hatchet (noun) — कुल्हाड़ी

Meaning: a small axe with a short handle for use in one hand.

Synonyms: axe, cleaver, mattock, tomahawk

Usage: The minimum guest age is 21—which makes sense because people are literally drinking beer and throwing hatchets around.


5) cabals (noun) — एक गुप्त राजनीतिक गुट

Meaning: a secret political clique or faction.

Synonyms: clique, faction, coterie, group, set, band

Antonyms: parliament, legislation, council, government, empire, synod

Usage: “a cabal of dissidents”


6) Profiteering (verb) — मुनाफाखोरी

Meaning: make or seek to make an excessive or unfair profit, especially illegally.

Synonyms: overcharge, racketeer, make an excessive/illegal profit

Usage: “seven food merchants were charged with profiteering”


7) degeneration (noun) — अध: पतन

Meaning: the state or process of being or becoming degenerate; decline or deterioration.

Synonyms: deterioration, decline, decay

Antonyms: improvement

Usage: “overgrazing has caused serious degeneration of grassland”


8) glaring (adjective) – चमकदार

Meaning: giving out or reflecting a strong or dazzling light.

Synonyms: dazzling, blinding, blazing, strong

Antonyms: inconspicuous, minor

Usage: “the glaring sun”


9) churn (verb) — मथना

Meaning: (with reference to liquid) move or cause to move about vigorously.

Synonyms: be turbulent, heave, boil, swirl, toss, seethe

Antonyms: abate, calm, and subside

Usage: “the seas churned”


10) undignified (adjective) — गरिमा में कमी। 

Meaning: appearing foolish and unseemly; lacking in dignity.

Synonyms: unseemly, demeaning, unbecoming, ungentlemanly

Antonyms: unseemly, demeaning, unbecoming, ungentlemanly

Usage: “an undignified exit”

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