The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 353

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1) Malign (Adjective) – दुष्ट

Definition: Evil in nature or effect.

Synonyms: Harmful, Evil, Bad, Baleful, Hostile

Antonyms: Beneficial

Usage: She had a strong and malign influence.

 

2) Faraway (Adjective) — सुदूर

Definition: Distant in space or time.

Synonyms: Distant, Far Off, Far

Antonyms: Nearby, Neighbouring

Usage: Exotic and faraway locations

 

3) Tantrum (Noun) – गुस्से का आवेश

Definition: An uncontrolled outburst of anger and frustration, typically in a young child.

Synonyms: Fit, Outburst, Flare-up, Blow-up, Pet

Antonyms: Happiness, Peace, Calm

Usage:  He has temper tantrums if he can’t get his own way

 

4) Palpable (Adjective) — बोधगम्य

Definition: (of a feeling or atmosphere) so intense as to seem almost tangible.

Synonyms: Perceptible, Perceivable, Visible, Noticeable, Appreciable

Antonyms: Intangible, Imperceptible

Usage: A palpable sense of loss.

 

5) Fraught (Adjective) — चिंताजनक

Definition: Causing or affected by anxiety or stress.

Synonyms: Anxious, Worried, Upset, Distraught

Antonyms: Clam

Usage: There was a fraught silence.

 

6) Stymie (Verb) – प्रगति को रोकना

Definition: Prevent or hinder the progress of.

Synonyms: Impede, Interfere with, Hamper, Hinder, Obstruct

Antonyms: Assist, Help

Usage: The changes must not be allowed to stymie new medical treatments.

 

7) Retaliation (Noun) – प्रतिशोध

Definition: The action of returning a military attack; counter-attack.

Synonyms: Revenge, Vengeance, Reprisal, Retribution

Antonyms: Clemency, Grace, Leniency, Lenity, Mercy

Usage: The bombings are believed to be in retaliation for the trial of 15 suspects

 

8) Covert (Adjective) – प्रच्छन्न या गुप्त

Definition: Not openly acknowledged or displayed.

Synonyms: Secret, Furtive, Clandestine, Surreptitious,

Antonyms: Overt, Above Board

Usage: Covert operations against the dictatorship.

 

9) Prudent (Adjective) – विवेकी

Definition: Acting with or showing care and thought for the future.

Synonyms: Wise, Well Judged, Judicious, Sagacious, Sage

Antonyms: Unwise, Imprudent, Incautious, Extravagant

Usage: No prudent money manager would authorize a loan without first knowing its purpose.

 

10) Apparent (Adjective) – स्पष्ट

Definition: Clearly visible or understood; obvious.

Synonyms: Evident, Plain, Obvious, Clear, Manifest,

Antonyms: Unclear, Obscure

Usage: For no apparent reason she laughed.

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