The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 347

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). Flaws (Noun) —  दोष या गलती

Definition: a mark, blemish, or other imperfection which mars a substance or object.

Synonyms: defect, blemish, fault, imperfection, deficiency, weakness, weak spot/point, inadequacy

Antonyms: strong, strength, power.

Usage:  a flaw in the glass


2). Reignites (Verb) — आग लगाना या फिर आग लगाना।

Definition: ignite or cause to ignite again.

Synonyms: begin, start up, take fire, kindle

Antonyms: cool, put off, dull.

Usage: oven burners automatically reignite if blown out


3). Absurdity (Noun) – बेतुकापन

Definition: the quality or state of being ridiculous or wildly unreasonable.

Synonyms: preposterousness, ridiculousness, ludicrousness, absurdness,

farcicality, risibility.

Antonyms: reasonableness, sense

Usage: Duncan laughed at the absurdity of the situation


4). Mystifying (Verb) — रहस्यमय करना

Definition: utterly bewilder or perplex (someone).

Synonyms: bewilder, puzzle, perplex, baffle, confuse, confound, bemuse, obfuscate, nonplus, throw, get

Antonyms: clear, help, clarify.

Usage: I was completely mystified by his disappearance


5). Sporadic (Adjective) — छिटपुट

Definition: occurring at irregular intervals or only in a few places; scattered or isolated.

Synonyms: occasional, infrequent, irregular, periodical, periodic, scattered, patchy,

isolated, odd, uneven

Antonyms: frequent, regular, steady, continuous

Usage: sporadic fighting broke out


6). Acquitted (Verb) — बरी कर देना

Definition: free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty.

Synonyms:  absolve, clear, exonerate, exculpate, declare innocent, find innocent, pronounce not guilty

Antonyms:  convict, accuse, punish.

Usage: she was acquitted on all counts


7). Testimony (Noun) — गवाही

Definition: evidence or proof of something.

Synonyms: testament, proof, evidence, attestation, witness

Antonyms: refutation, contradiction, disproof, confutation, contravention, invalidation

Usage: his blackened finger was testimony to the fact that he had played in pain


8). Instigating (Verb) — भड़काना

Definition: bring about or initiate (an action or event).

Synonyms:  set in motion, put in motion, get under way, get going, get off the ground, get in operation

Antonyms: discourage, deter, halt, stop, depress.

Usage: they instigated a reign of terror


9). Acquittal (Noun) – लिखित बयान

Definition: a written statement confirmed by oath or affirmation, for use as evidence in court.

Synonyms: written, proof, oath.

Antonyms: oral,

Usage: a former employee swore an affidavit relating to his claim for unfair dismissal


10). Patronage (Noun) — सरपरस्ती

Definition: the power to control appointments to office or the right to privileges.

Synonyms: power of appointment, right of appointment, favouritism, nepotism, partisanship, partiality


Usage: recruits are selected on merit, not through political patronage


11). Genocide (Noun) — नरसंहार

Definition:  the deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular nation or ethnic group.

Synonyms: racial killing, massacre, wholesale slaughter, mass slaughter, wholesale killing, indiscriminate killing

Antonyms: protect, save.

Usage: a campaign of genocide

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