The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 176

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1) Revoke (Verb)रद्द करना

Meaning: officially cancel

Synonyms:       cancel, repeal, rescind

Antonyms:        introduce, enact, ratify

Usage: “the men appealed and the sentence was revoked”


2) Reiterating (Verb)बार बार दुहराना

Meaning: say something again or a number of times, typically for emphasis or clarity.

Synonyms:       repeat, say again, restate

Antonyms: taking back

Usage: “she reiterated that the government would remain steadfast in its support”


3) Hoarse (Adjective)कर्कश

Meaning: sounding rough and harsh, typically as the result of a sore throat or of shouting.

Synonyms:       rough, harsh, croaky

Antonyms:        mellow, soft

Usage: “a hoarse whisper”


4) Trope (Noun)सादृश्य

Meaning: a figurative or metaphorical use of a word or expression.

Synonyms: analogy, conceit, emblem

Antonyms: plain speech

Usage: “both clothes and illness became tropes for new attitudes toward the self”


5) Disentangle (Verb) – मुक्त करना  

Meaning: free (something or someone) from something that they are entangled with.

Synonyms:       extricate, extract, free

Antonyms: combine, connect, entwine

Usage: “‘I must go,’ she said, disentangling her fingers from Gabriel’s”


6) Proclivity (Noun)पसंद, झुकाव

Meaning: a tendency to choose or do something regularly; an inclination or predisposition towards a particular thing.

Synonyms:       liking, inclination, tendency

Antonyms: dislike, hate, disinterest

Usage: “his sexual proclivities are none of your business”


7) Perilous (Adjective)खतरनाक

Meaning: full of danger or risk.

Synonyms:       dangerous, fraught with danger

Antonyms: safe, secure

Usage: “a perilous journey south”


8) Semblance (Noun)बाहरी दिखावा

Meaning: the outward appearance or apparent form of something, especially when the reality is different.

Synonyms: outward appearance, approximation, show

Antonyms: back, character, concrete, difference

Usage: “she tried to force her thoughts back into some semblance of order”


9) Puritanical (Adjective)विशुद्धिवादी संबंधी

Meaning: having or displaying a very strict or censorious moral attitude towards self-indulgence or sex.

Synonyms:       moralistic, pietistic, strait-laced

Antonyms:        permissive, broad-minded

Usage: “his puritanical parents saw any kind of pleasure as the road to damnation”


10) Plunges (Noun) – अचानक गिरना  

Meaning: fall suddenly and uncontrollably.

Synonyms: crash, plummet, pitch

Antonyms: arises, mounts, climbs

Usage: “a car swerved to avoid a bus and plunged into a ravine”

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