The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 15th June 2022
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- Atavistic (adj.)
Meaning: relating to or characterized by reversion to something ancient or ancestral. (पैतृक)
Synonyms: bygone, erstwhile, former
Antonyms: contemporary, current, modern
Sentence: It would be wrong to interpret them as atavistic remnants.
- Musings (noun)
Meaning: a period of reflection or thought. (चिंतन)
Synonyms: meditation, thinking, contemplation
Sentence: His musings were interrupted by the sound of the telephone.
- Acolytes (noun)
Meaning: one who follows the opinions or teachings of another (अनुयायी)
Synonyms: adherents, converts, disciples
Antonyms: defectors, renegades, traitors
Sentence: He is flanked by his two acolytes, Asanga and his brother, Vasubandhu.
- Ethnicity (noun)
Meaning: the fact or state of belonging to a social group that has a common national or cultural tradition. (जातीयता)
Synonyms: clan, nation
Sentence: Ethnicity has a strong influence on community status relations.
- Entreaty (noun)
Meaning: an earnest or humble request. (विनती)
Synonyms: appeal, request, petition
Sentence: The king turned a deaf ear to his entreaties.
- Aggrandize (verb)
Meaning: increase the power, status, or wealth. (वृद्धि करना)
Synonyms: deify, dignify, elevate
Antonyms: abate, decrease, diminish
Sentence: The dictator sought to aggrandize himself with new conquests.
- Allegiance (noun)
Meaning: loyalty or commitment of a subordinate to a superior or of an individual to a group or cause. (निष्ठा)
Synonyms: loyalty, faithfulness, fidelity
Antonyms: disloyalty, faithlessness, falseness
Sentence: FBI demands its employees’ absolute allegiance to this bureau.
- Bereave (verb)
Meaning: be deprived of a loved one through a profound absence, especially due to the loved one’s death. (वंचित करना)
Synonyms: deprive, dispossess, strip
Sentence: The plane crash bereaved her of her husband.
- Abstruse (adj.)
Meaning: difficult to understand; obscure. (अव्यक्त)
Synonyms: obscure, arcane, esoteric
Antonyms: easy, facile, simple
Sentence: Einstein’s theory of relativity is very abstruse.
- Embezzle (verb)
Meaning: steal or misappropriate (money placed in one’s trust or belonging to the organization for which one works). (हड़प लेना)
Synonyms: steal, rob, pilfer
Sentence: He embezzled thousands of dollars from the charity.
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