The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  15th September 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  15th September 2021

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  1. Rancor (noun)

Meaning: bitterness or resentfulness, especially when long-standing. (विद्वेष)

Synonyms: bitterness, resentment, malice

Antonyms: amity, goodwill, sympathy

Sentence: I have no rancor against him.

  1. Unfathomable (adj.)

Meaning: incapable of being fully explored or understood. (अपरिमेय)

Synonyms: inscrutable, incomprehensible, enigmatic

Antonyms: fathomable, intelligible, understandable

Sentence: His glance at her was unfathomable.

  1. Solace (verb)

Meaning: give comfort or consolation to. (आश्वासन)

Synonyms: comfort, console, cheer

Antonyms: anguish, distress

Sentence: She smiled, as though solaced by the memory.

  1. Fledgling (noun)

Meaning: a person who is just starting out in a field of activity (अनुभवहीन मनुष्य)

Synonyms: learner, student, trainee

Antonyms: expert, master, veteran

Sentence: In my junior year a friend, a fledgling pilot, taught me the basics of handling a small plane.

  1. Loathsome (Adj.)

Meaning: causing hatred or disgust; repulsive. (वीभत्स)

Synonyms: hateful, detestable, abhorrent

Antonyms: innocuous, inoffensive, acceptable

Sentence: He is a loathsome disgusting creature.

  1. Pervasive (adj.)

Meaning: (especially of an unwelcome influence or physical effect) spreading widely throughout an area or a group of people. (व्यापक)

Synonyms: prevalent, penetrating, pervading

Antonyms: uncommon, unusual

Sentence: A sense of social change is pervasive in her novels.

  1. Ardor (noun)

Meaning: enthusiasm or passion. (ललक)

Synonyms: passion, avidity, fervor

Antonyms: impassiveness, impassivity, insensibility

Sentence: They felt the stirrings of revolutionary ardor.

  1. Prescient (Adj.)

Meaning: Knowing about events before they taking place (पूर्वज्ञान रखनेवाला)

Synonyms: Farsighted, Forehanded, Visionary

Antonyms: Careless, Heedless, Incautious

Sentence: They proved to be prescient on both counts.

  1. Cynical (adj.)

Meaning: Doubtful (कुटिल)

Synonyms: Distrustful, Doubtful

Antonyms: Trustful, Cheerful

Sentence: I think she takes a rather cynical view of men.

  1. Slur (noun)

Meaning:  an insinuation or allegation about someone that is likely to insult them or damage their reputation. (कलंक)

Synonyms: insult, slight, slander

Antonyms: fame, glory, renown

Sentence: The comments cast a slur on her character.

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