The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 164

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1) Desertion (Noun) — परित्याग

Meaning: the action of deserting a person, cause, or organization.

Synonyms:       abandonment, leaving, forsaking

Antonyms: reclamation, aid, allowance, approval

Usage: “I resented what I saw as my parents’ desertion”

 

2) Cognisable (Adjective) — संज्ञेय

Meaning: perceptible; clearly identifiable.

Synonyms: perceptible, appreciable, detectable

Antonyms: undetectable, concealed, hidden

Usage: “The differences between the terms in this series must be cognisable”

 

3) Erring (Adjective) — दोषी

Meaning: having failed to adhere to the proper or accepted standards; having done wrong.

Synonyms: mistaken, guilty, offending

Antonyms: innocent, well behaved, virtuous

Usage: “she took her erring husband back because she loved him and thought he would change”

 

4) Tenets (Noun) – सिद्धांत या विश्वास

Meaning: a principle or belief, especially one of the main principles of a religion or philosophy.

Synonyms:       principle, belief, doctrine, precept

Antonyms: disbelief, doubt, reality

Usage: “the tenets of classical liberalism”

 

5) Abhorrent (Adjective) — घिनौना

Meaning: inspiring disgust and loathing; repugnant.

Synonyms:       detestable, detested, hateful, hated

Antonyms:        admirable, loved

Usage: “racism was abhorrent to us all”

 

6) Sequestered (Adjective) — एकांत

Meaning: isolated and hidden away.

Synonyms:       secluded, cloistered, hidden away

Antonyms: busy, central, public

Usage: “a wild sequestered spot”

 

7) Imperilled (Verb) — संकट में डालना

Meaning: put at risk of being harmed, injured, or destroyed.

Synonyms: endanger, jeopardize, risk, put at risk

Antonyms: alright, agreeable, copacetic

Usage: “they advised against tax increases for fear of imperilling the recovery”

 

8) Incursion (Noun) — आक्रमण

Meaning: an invasion or attack, especially a sudden or brief one.

Synonyms:       attack on, assault on, raid on

Antonyms:        retreat

Usage: “incursions into enemy territory”

 

9) Jeopardise (Verb) — ख़तरे में डालना

Meaning: put (someone or something) into a situation in which there is a danger of loss, harm, or failure.

Synonyms: threaten, endanger, imperil, menace

Antonyms: safeguard

Usage: “a devaluation of the dollar would jeopardize New York’s position as a financial centre”

 

10) Inalienable (Adjective) — अक्षम्य, अविच्छेद्य

Meaning: not subject to being taken away from or given away by the possessor.

Synonyms:       inviolable, absolute, sacrosanct

Antonyms: acquired, alienable, changeable

Usage: “the shareholders have the inalienable right to dismiss directors”

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