The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  11th March 2022

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  11th March 2022

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  1. Polyglot (adj.)

Meaning: knowing or using several languages. (बहुभाषी)

Synonyms: diglot, linguist, multilingual

Antonyms: monolingual. unilingual. monoglot.

Sentence: She was reading a polyglot Bible, with the text in English, Latin, and Greek.

  1. Pontificating (verb)

Meaning: express one’s opinions in a way considered annoyingly pompous and dogmatic. (व्याख्या करना)

Synonyms: expound, declaim, preach

Antonyms: humble, lowly, modest

Sentence: Politicians like to pontificate about falling standards.

  1. Brusque (adj.)

Meaning: abrupt or offhand in speech or manner. (अशिष्ट)

Synonyms: abrupt, blunt, terse

Antonyms: circuitous, mealymouthed, civil

Sentence: Madison’s brusque style tends to irritate colleagues.

  1. Quibble (noun)

Meaning: a slight objection or criticism about a trivial matter. (वक्रोक्ति)

Synonyms: minor criticism, trivial objection, trivial complaint

Antonyms: applaud, commend, compliment

Sentence: The only quibble about this book is the lack of color illustrations.

  1. Scantily (adv.)

Meaning: in a way that is small or insufficient in quantity or amount. (थोड़े में)

Synonyms: barely, hardly, slightly

Antonyms: abundantly, plentifully, entirely

Sentence: The bedroom was scantily furnished.

  1. Hedonistic (adj.)

Meaning: engaged in the pursuit of pleasure; sensually self-indulgent. (सुखवादी)

Synonyms: self-indulgent, indulgent, pleasure-seeking

Antonyms: self-abnegating, self-denying

Sentence: New York, a city known for its hedonistic nightlife

  1. Insalubrious (adj.)

Meaning: (especially of a climate or locality) not salubrious; unhealthy. (अस्वस्थ)

Synonyms: seedy, unsavory, sordid

Antonyms: healthful, healthy

Sentence: After inhaling the insalubrious city smog for a month, I was happy to once again breathe in the fresh air of the country.

  1. Woebegone (adj.)

Meaning: sad or miserable in appearance. (शोकग्रस्त)

Synonyms: sad, unhappy, miserable

Antonyms: blissful, joyful, delighted

Sentence: There’s no need to look so woebegone – we can get it fixed.

  1. Decimation (noun)

Meaning: the state or fact of being rendered non-existent (बरबादी)

Synonyms: annihilation, demolishment, demolition

Antonyms: building, construction, protection

Sentence: The virtual decimation of the coastal town was caused by the hurricane.

  1. Arbiter (noun)

Meaning: a person who settles a dispute or has ultimate authority in a matter. (मध्यस्थ)

Synonyms: adjudicator, arbitrator, judge

Sentence: He was the ultimate arbiter on both theological and political matters.

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