The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 352

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1) Consolation (Noun) — सांत्वना

Definition: The comfort received by a person after a loss or disappointment.

Synonyms: Comfort, Solace; Sympathy, Compassion

Antonyms: Anguish, Distress, Heartache

Usage: The consolation of the grieving family by their pastor.

 

2) Exoneration (Noun) – दोषमुक्ति

Definition: The action of officially absolving someone from blame; vindication.

Synonyms: Vindication, Freeing from blame, Absolution, Acquittal, Discharge

Antonyms: Conviction, Blaming, Liability

Usage: The defendants’ eventual exoneration.

 

3) Restrictive (Adjective) — प्रतिबंधक

Definition: Imposing restrictions on someone’s activities or freedom.

Synonyms: Cap, Circumscribe, Confine

Antonyms: Broaden, Expand, Widen

Usage: A web of restrictive regulations

 

4) Rein (verb) —  संयम करना

Definition: Keep under control; restrain.

Synonyms: Restrain, Check, Curb, Constrain,

Antonyms: Helplessness, Weakness

Usage: After the president resigned, the vice president stepped in and took the reins of the company.

 

5)  Rebuff (Verb) —  अस्वीकार करना

Definition: Reject (someone or something) in an abrupt or ungracious manner.

Synonyms: Reject, Turn Down, Spurn, Refuse, Decline

Antonyms: Accept, Welcome

Usage: I asked her to be my wife, and was rebuffed in no uncertain terms

 

6) Catastrophe – तबाही

Definition: An event causing great and usually sudden damage or suffering; a disaster.

Synonyms: Disaster, Calamity, Cataclysm, Crisis

Antonyms: Salvation, Godsend

Usage: An environmental catastrophe.

 

7) Insouciance (Noun) — उदासीनता

Definition: Casual lack of concern; indifference.

Synonyms: Nonchalance, Unconcern

Antonyms: Anxiety, Concern

Usage: An impression of boyish insouciance.

 

8) Exodus (Noun) — सामूहिक प्रस्थान

Definition: A mass departure of people.

Synonyms: Mass Departure, Withdrawal, Evacuation.

Antonyms: Arrival

Usage: The annual exodus of sun-seeking Canadians to Florida.

 

9) Tweak (Verb) — मोड़ देना

Definition: Twist or pull (something) sharply.

Synonyms: Tease, Twist, Jerk, Pinch

Usage: He tweaked the boy’s ear

 

10) Behest (Noun) – आज्ञा

Definition: A person’s orders or command.

Synonyms: Instruction, Bidding, Request, Requirement

Antonyms: Appeal, Entreaty, Petition, Plea,

Usage: I only made the change at the author’s behest.

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