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The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 14th July 2022
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- Balk (verb)
Meaning: to prevent from achieving a goal (बाधा डालना)
Synonyms: block, hinder, thwart
Antonyms: facilitate, assist, encourage
Sentence: Their strategies to balk at the enemy had failed.
- Encrust (verb)
Meaning: cover (something) with a hard surface layer. (जमना)
Synonyms: coagulate, congeal, cover
Sentence: She arrived home with her knees encrusted with mud.
- Debauched (adj.)
Meaning: having or showing lowered moral character or standards (अनैतिक)
Synonyms: corrupt, debased, decadent
Antonyms: ethical, moral, uncorrupted
Sentence: The debauched philanderer was the talk of the town.
- Furlough (noun)
Meaning: leave of absence, especially that granted to a member of the armed services. (थोड़े दिन की छुट्टी)
Synonyms: discharge, break, recess
Antonyms: callback, recall
Sentence: This could mean a massive furlough of government workers.
- Ululate (verb)
Meaning: howl or wail as an expression of strong emotion, typically grief. (शोर मचाना)
Synonyms: howl, wail, yowl
Sentence: As the soldier’s body was laid out, the grieving widow began to ululate.
- Telltale (adj.)
Meaning: revealing, indicating, or betraying something. (स्पष्ट संकेत)
Synonyms: revealing, revelatory, suggestive
Sentence: I know you’ve been eating chocolate because of the telltale smudges on your face.
- Sprightly (adj.)
Meaning: (especially of an old person) lively; full of energy. (फुरतीला)
Synonyms: lively, spry, energetic
Antonyms: inactive, lackadaisical, languid
Sentence: He’s a sprightly old man of seventy-five.
- Diffusely (adv.)
Meaning: in a detailed way. (विस्तारपूर्वक)
Synonyms: verbosely, wordily, redundantly
Antonyms: briefly, compactly, concisely
Sentence: As a result, they diffract X-rays diffusely.
- Gullible (adj.)
Meaning: easily persuaded to believe something; credulous. (भोला)
Synonyms: credulous, over-trusting, easily deceived
Antonyms: cynical, mistrustful, sophisticated
Sentence: He’s so gullible he’ll believe anything.
- Pander (verb)
Meaning: gratify or indulge (an immoral or distasteful desire, need, or habit or a person with such a desire, etc.). (बढ़ावा देना)
Synonyms: indulge, gratify, satisfy
Sentence: Don’t pander to such people.
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