The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 357

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1) Spurn (Verb) – तिरस्कार करना

Definition: Reject with disdain or contempt.

Synonyms: Refuse, Decline, Reject, Rebuff, Scorn

Antonyms: Condone, Countenance, Swallow

Usage: He spoke gruffly, as if afraid that his invitation would be spurned.

 

2) Conscription (Noun)  भर्ती

Definition: Compulsory enlistment for state service, typically into the armed forces.

Synonyms: Draftee, Inductee, Selectee

Antonyms: Enlistee, Volunteer

Usage: conscription was extended to married men.

 

3) Enunciate (Verb)उच्चारित करना

Definition: Say or pronounce clearly.

Synonyms: Pronounce, Articulate

Antonyms: Falter, Grunt, Halt, Hesitate

Usage: Enunciate your words, and then you wonʼt have to repeat them so often.

 

4) Scuttle (Verb) जल्दबाजी से दौड़ना

Definition: Run hurriedly or furtively with short quick steps.

Synonyms: Scamper, Scurry, Scramble, Bustle

Antonyms: Crawl, Creep, Poke

Usage: Mice scuttling across the barn floor to escape the cats

 

5) Convulse (Verb) आंदोलन करना

Definition: Suffer violent involuntary contraction of the muscles, producing contortion of the body or limbs.

Synonyms: Agitate, Bucket, Jerk, Jiggle, Joggle

Usage: Convulsing with silent laughter as the inept pianist blithely played on.

 

6) Muster (Verb)इकट्ठा करना

Definition: Assemble (troops), especially for inspection or in preparation for battle.

Synonyms: Assemble, Marshal, Mobilize, Rally.

Antonyms: Disperse

Usage: The cavalrymen mustered beside the other regiments

 

7) Deride (Verb)उपहास करना

Definition: Express contempt for; ridicule.

Synonyms: Ridicule, Mock

Antonyms: Respect, Praise

Usage: The decision was derided by environmentalists.

 

8) Mogul (Noun)विशेष रूप से फिल्म या मीडिया उद्योग में एक महत्वपूर्ण व्यक्ति

Definition: An important or powerful person, especially in the film or media industry.

Synonyms: Magnate, Tycoon, VIP, Notable, Notability, Personage

Antonyms: Half-pint, Lightweight, Small-timer

Usage: The Hollywood movie mogul, Sam Goldwyn

 

9) Denude (Verb)उघाड़ना

Definition: Strip (something) of its covering, possessions, or assets.

Synonyms: Divest, Strip, Clear, Deprive, Bereave

Antonyms: Cover

Usage: Almost overnight the Arctic was denuded of animals.

 

10) Fragment (Verb)टुकड़ों में बंटना

Definition: Break or cause to break into fragments.

Synonyms: Break up, Break, Shatter, Splinter, Fracture

Antonyms: Unbroken

Usage: Restoring the fragmented Roman sculpture was like putting together a jigsaw. puzzle

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