The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 325

SSC and all Competitive Exams. Explore The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary to score good marks in English Section. Start practising this vocabulary to increase your word power. While reading a passage you have to highlight tough words in it and analyse the correct meaning of those words. This will help you understand the passage clearly and also you can learn more new words, it means also you can develop your vocabulary. To help you in this part we have provided an English Vocabulary passage along with meaning, synonyms and usages of hard words in the passage, make use of it. We also providing Important Vocabulary Quiz based on “THE ECONOMIST” and “THE HINDU”

The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary from Day 1 – Click Here

Important English Vocabulary from “The Economist” – Free PDF

Daily Editorial Pages from All Popular News Papers


1) Glimmer (Verb) — अस्थिर प्रतिबिंब देना

Definition: To give off a subdued unsteady reflection

Synonyms: Ace, Bit, Crumb, Dab, Dram

Antonyms: Abundance, Barrel, Boatload

Usage:  The conviction of two men offers a glimmer of hope to other victims of the anti-Sikh pogrom.


2) Pogrom (Noun) – नरसंहार या वध

Definition: An organized massacre of a particular ethnic group

Synonyms: Massacre, Slaughter

Usage:  The conviction of two men offers a glimmer of hope to other victims of the anti-Sikh pogrom.


3) Resurrected (Verb) – पुनर्जीवित करना

Definition: Revive or revitalize (something that is inactive, disused, or forgotten).

Synonyms: Revive, Restore, Regenerate, Revitalize

Antonyms: Death, Expiration, Extinction

Usage:  A mob attack on shop-keepers in Mahipalpur, was resurrected after being closed as ‘untraced’


4) Discrepancy (Noun) — असंगति

Definition: An illogical or surprising lack of compatibility or similarity between two or more facts.

Synonyms: Inconsistency, Difference, Disparity

Antonyms: Similarity, Correspondence

Usage:  The trial court has rightly brushed aside minor discrepancies in evidence and technical objections to the fresh investigation being taken up, and concluded


5) Cogent (Adjective) – दृढ़ या आकर्षक

Definition: (of an argument or case) clear, logical, and convincing.

Synonyms: Convincing, Compelling, Strong

Antonyms: Vague, Unconvincing, Muddled

Usage: It was cogent and reliable


6) Henchman (Noun) — अनुयायी

Definition: A faithful follower or political supporter, especially one prepared to engage in crime or violence by way of service.

Synonyms: Follower, Supporter, Assistant, Aide, Helper, Adjutant

Antonyms: Leader

Usage: Investigators and prosecutors seldom succeed in nailing political leaders and their key henchmen.


7) Shoddy (Adjective) — खराब गुणवत्ता

Definition: Badly made or done.

Synonyms: Poor-quality, Inferior, Second-rate

Antonyms: Well made, Careful

Usage:  The slow judicial process was made even more excruciating by manipulated investigation and shoddy prosecution.


8) Efflux (Noun) – निर्वहन

Definition: The flowing out of a substance or particle.

Synonyms: Discharge, Effluence, Emanation

Antonyms: Influx, Inflow, Stand Still, Ebb

Usage:  The latest verdict demonstrates that the efflux of years need not be an impediment to the project of securing justice.


9) Clerics (Noun) — मौलवियों

Definition: A priest or religious leader, especially a Christian or Muslim one.

Synonyms: Chaplain, Clergyman, Minister, Priest.

Usage:  The clerics had gathered to mark the birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammed


10) Sacrilege (Noun) — अपवित्रीकरण

Definition:  Violation or misuse of what is regarded as sacred.

Synonyms: Desecration, Profanity, Profaneness

Antonyms: Piety, Respectfulness

Usage:  Putting ecclesiastical vestments to secular use was considered sacrilege


11) Venerate (Verb) सम्मानित करना

Definition: Regard with great respect; revere

Synonyms: Revere, Reverence, Respect, Worship, Adulate

Antonyms: Despise

Usage: Hardline Sunnis consider venerating the Prophet’s birthday sacrilegious

0 0 votes
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments