The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  14th October 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  14th October 2021

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  1. Usher (noun)

Meaning: a person who shows people to their seats, especially in a theatre or at a wedding. (उपशिक्षक)

Synonyms: attendant, escort, guide

Sentence: The usher seated them in the front row.

  1. Aghast (adj.)

Meaning: filled with horror or shock. (भौचक्का)

Synonyms: horrified, appalled, astounded

Antonyms: fearless, unafraid, brave

Sentence: When the news came out they were aghast.

  1. Evoke (verb)

Meaning: bring or recall to the conscious mind. (आह्वान)

Synonyms: bring to mind, call to mind, put one in mind of

Antonyms: disregard, forget, ignore

Sentence: The old house evoked memories of his childhood.

  1. Intermittent (adj.)

Meaning: occurring at irregular intervals; not continuous or steady. (रुक-रुक कर)

Synonyms: sporadic, irregular, random

Antonyms: constant, continuous, incessant

Sentence: After three hours of intermittent rain, the game was abandoned.

  1. Gaffe (noun)

Meaning: an unintentional act or remark causing embarrassment to its originator; a blunder. (चूक)

Synonyms: blunder, mistake, error

Antonyms: accuracy, correctness, perfection

Sentence: He didn’t realize what a gaffe he’d made.

  1. Decipher (verb)

Meaning: convert (a text written in code, or a coded signal) into normal language. (समझाना)

Synonyms: decode, decrypt, solve

Antonyms: cipher, code, encipher

Sentence: we deciphered the hidden message to find out when we were supposed to meet

  1. Muck (noun)

Meaning: dirt, rubbish, or waste matter. (कूड़ा-कर्कट)

Synonyms: dirt, grime, filth

Antonyms: cleanliness, cleanness

Sentence: I’ll just clean the muck off the windshield.

  1. Famished (adj.)

Meaning: feeling a desire or need for food (भूखों मरना)

Synonyms: empty, hungry, peckish

Antonyms: engorged, glutted, gorged

Sentence: After a full day of skiing, I was feeling absolutely famished.

  1. Wriggle (verb)

Meaning: twist and turn with quick writhing movements. (लोटना)

Synonyms: squirm, writhe, wiggle

Antonyms: relax, rest, unwind

Sentence: The puppy wriggled in his arms.

  1. Bungling (adj.)

Meaning: making or characterized by many clumsy mistakes. (गोलमाल)

Synonyms: incompetent, blundering, amateurish

Antonyms: adroit, deft, dexterous

Sentence: If he keeps bungling, he’ll lose the job.

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