The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 326

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”

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1) Claimant (Noun)  दावेदार

Definition: A person making a claim, especially in a lawsuit or for a state benefit.

Synonyms: Applicant, Candidate, Supplicant

Usage: In dissolving the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly without giving any claimant an opportunity to form the government, Governor as violated constitutional law and convention.


2) Extraneous (Adjective) — अप्रासंगिक

Definition: Irrelevant or unrelated to the subject being dealt with.

Synonyms: Irrelevant, Immaterial

Antonyms: Intrinsic

Usage: A government formed by parties with “opposing political ideologies” would not be stable — are extraneous.


3) Deprecate (Verb) – अस्वीकृति व्यक्त करना

Definition: Express disapproval of.

Synonyms: Disapprove of, Deplore, Abhor, Find unacceptable

Antonyms: Praise

Usage: The Governor ought to have known that the Supreme Court has deprecated such a line of reasoning.


4) Mala fide (Adjective) — दुर्भावनापूर्ण

Definition: In bad faith; With intent to deceive.

Synonyms: Ambidextrous, Backhanded, Deceitful, Deceptive

Usage: Bihar Governor Buta Singh’s recommendation for dissolving the Assembly the previous year was held to be illegal and mala fide.


5) Requisite (Adjective)  आवश्यक

Definition: Made necessary by particular circumstances or regulations.

Synonyms: Necessary, Required, Prerequisite

Antonyms: Optional, Unnecessary

Usage: In Bihar, the Assembly was then in suspended animation as no party or combination had the requisite majority.


5) Enfeeble (verb)  कमज़ोर बनाना

Definition: Make weak or feeble.

Synonyms: Weaken, Make weak, Make feeble

Antonyms: Strengthen

Usage: Trade unions are in an enfeebled state.


6) Guile (Noun) — धूर्तता

Definition: Sly or cunning intelligence.

Synonyms: Cunning, Craftiness, Craft, Artfulness

Antonyms: Honesty, Candour

Usage: Some fine batsmen, a bunch of incisive fast bowlers and spinners with guile.


7)  Incisive (Adjective) — भेदक

Definition: (of a person or mental process) intelligently analytical and clear-thinking.

Synonyms: Penetrating, Acute, Sharp

Antonyms: Rambling, Vague

Usage: She was an incisive critic.


8) Debilitate (Verb)  बहुत कमजोर और अशक्त बनाना 

Definition: Make (someone) very weak and infirm.

Synonyms: Weakening, Enfeebling, Enervating

Antonyms: Restorative

Usage: He was severely debilitated by a stomach upset.


9) Sober (Adjective) — गंभीर

Definition: serious, sensible, and solemn.

Synonyms:  Serious, Sensible, Solemn

Antonyms: Light-hearted, Frivolous, Sensational, Emotional

Usage: A sober view of life.


10) Tumult (Noun) — कोलाहल

Definition: A state of confusion or disorder.

Synonyms: Turmoil, Confusion, Disorder, Disarray

Antonyms: Peace, Tranquillity

Usage: The whole neighbourhood was in a state of fear and tumult.

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