The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 89

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1) Strife (Noun) — कलह

Definition: Angry or bitter disagreement over fundamental issues; conflict.

Synonyms: Conflict, Friction, Discord and Disagreement

Antonyms: Harmony, Peace, Cooperation

Usage: It is a monumental tragedy for a country that is trying to live down the strife that lasted more than a quarter century.


2) Grapple (Verb) – जूझना

Definition: Struggle to deal with or overcome (a difficulty or challenge).

Synonyms: Tackle, Confront

Antonyms: Avoid

Usage: Other towns are still grappling with the problem.


3) Deteriorating (Adjective) – और बिगड़ना

Definition: Becoming progressively worse.

Synonyms: Degenerate, Decay

Antonyms: Improve

Usage: The spectre of ethnic relations between various communities deteriorating also looms.


4) Acrimony (Noun) — कटुता

Definition: Bitterness or ill feeling.

Synonyms: Bitterness, Rancour, Resentment

Antonyms: Goodwill

Usage: However, nothing in such incidents suggested any acrimony that could have led up to the sort of savagery seen on Easter day.


5) Putative (Adjective) – मुख्य

Definition: Appearing to be true on the basis of evidence that may or may not be confirmed

Synonyms: Apparent, Assumed, Evident, Ostensible

Antonyms: Hidden, Inapparent

Usage: The putative reason for her dismissal was poor job performance


6) Intriguing (Adjective) — साज़िश का

Definition: Arouse the curiosity or interest of; fascinate.

Synonyms: Interest, Be of interest to, Fascinate

Antonyms: Bore

Usage: An intriguing story


7) Reconnoitre (Verb) – सर्वेक्षण या अन्वेषण करना

Definition: Make a military observation of (a region).

Synonyms: Survey, Explore

Usage: They reconnoitred the beach some weeks before the landing


8) Fraught (Adjective) – चिंतित होना

Definition: Causing or affected by anxiety or stress.

Synonyms: Anxious, Worried, Upset, Distraught

Antonyms: Calm

Usage: The Central government’s decision to suspend trade across the Line of Control between Jammu and Kashmir and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir is bad in conception, and comes at a particularly fraught time.


9) Stringent (Adjective) – सख्त

Definition: (of regulations, requirements, or conditions) strict, precise, and exacting.

Synonyms: Strict, Firm, Rigid, Rigorous

Antonyms: Lenient, Flexible

Usage: Stringent guidelines on air pollution.


10) Shrill (Adjective) — अनिमेष

Definition: (of a voice or sound) high-pitched and piercing.

Synonyms: High-pitched, Piercing, High, Sharp

Antonyms: Low, Soft, Dulcet

Usage: The current suspension comes in the course of a shrill election campaign that the ruling BJP is relentlessly pulling towards its hard line on subjects such as Article 370 on the special status of J&K.

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