The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  13th September 2022

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  13th September 2022

Vocabulary plays a vital role in scoring good marks in the English section of various competitive exams that you can improve if you work in the right direction. So, we are providing you The Hindu Vocab on daily basis to increase your vocabulary power, which will help you prepare for many exams like Banking, Railway, Insurance, SSC, and other government exams.

‘Vocabulary’

  1. Earmarked (verb)

Meaning: designate (something, typically funds or resources) for a particular purpose. (अनुदान देना)

Synonyms: set aside, lay aside, set apart

Antonyms: throw away, ignore, neglect

Sentence: The new money will be earmarked for cancer research.

  1. Callous (adj.)

Meaning: showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others. (कठोर)

Synonyms: heartless, unfeeling, uncaring

Antonyms: caring, kind, merciful

Sentence: His callous comments about the murder made me shiver.

  1. Laud (verb)

Meaning: praise (a person or their achievements) highly, especially in a public context. (प्रशंसा करना)

Synonyms: praise, extol, hail

Antonyms: abhor, criticize, despise

Sentence: People lauded him as a great statesman and soldier.

  1. Thronged (verb)

Meaning: (of a crowd) fill or be present in (a place or area). (भीड़)

Synonyms: mob, jostle, pack (into)

Sentence: Fans thronged the field to celebrate the win.

  1. Brunt (noun)

Meaning: the worst part or chief impact of a specified thing. (चोट)

Synonyms: force, impact, shock

Antonyms: ease, peace, relaxation

Sentence: Education will bear the brunt of the cuts.

  1. Miser (noun)

Meaning: a person who hoards wealth and spends as little money as possible. (कंजूस)

Synonyms: penny-pincher, niggard, scrooge

Antonyms: waster, spender, spendthrift

Sentence: A typical miser, he hid his money in the house in various places.

  1. Mutt (noun)

Meaning: a person regarded as stupid or incompetent. (मूर्ख)

Synonyms: fool, idiot, moron

Antonyms: brain, genius, sensible

Sentence: Do not give me orders, mutt.

  1. Ramification (noun)

Meaning: a consequence of an action or event, especially when complex or unwelcome. (उपशाखा)

Synonyms: outcome, effect, development

Antonyms: beginning, cause, decline

Sentence: Any change is bound to have legal ramifications.

  1. Soreness (noun)

Meaning: pain in a part of one’s body. (पीड़ा)

Synonyms: ache, pain, pang

Antonyms: comfort, ease, easiness

Sentence: He limped off complaining of soreness in the knee.

  1. Felicity (noun)

Meaning: intense happiness. (परम सुख)

Synonyms: happiness, joy, joyfulness

Antonyms: misery, sadness, unhappiness

Sentence: I was overcome with felicity when my first nephew was born.

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