The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  16th February 2022

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  16th February 2022

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  1. Impetuous (adj.)

Meaning: acting or done quickly and without thought or care. (अविवेकी)

Synonyms: impulsive, rash, hasty

Antonyms: careful, cautious, heedful

Sentence: He’s always been an impetuous young man, rushing into things without asking questions first.

  1. Enamor (verb)

Meaning: be filled with a feeling of love for. (आनंदित करना)

Synonyms: in love with, infatuated with, besotted with

Antonyms: allergic, averse

Sentence: Her beauty enamored the prince.

  1. Desolation (noun)

Meaning: a state of complete emptiness or destruction. (वीरानी)

Synonyms: barrenness, bleakness, starkness

Antonyms: blissfulness, ecstasy, elatedness

Sentence: His desolation after his twin brother died was incurable.

  1. Convalesce (verb)

Meaning: recover one’s health and strength over a period of time after an illness or operation. (अच्छा हो जाना)

Synonyms: recuperate, get better, recover

Antonyms: ail, collapse, sicken

Sentence: The long months that the soldier spent in the hospital slowly convalesce.

  1. Uncouth (adj.)

Meaning: (of a person or their appearance or behavior) lacking good manners, refinement, or grace. (गंवार)

Synonyms: uncivilized, uncultured, strange

Antonyms: civilized, cultured, classy

Sentence: He is unwashed, uncouth, and drunk most of the time.

  1. Elucidative (adj.)

Meaning: serving to explain (स्पष्ट)

Synonyms: exegetical, explanative, explanatory

Sentence: Most editions of Shakespeare’s plays now have elucidative footnotes to help the modern reader.

  1. Pander (verb)

Meaning: gratify or indulge (an immoral or distasteful desire, need, habit or a person with such a desire, etc.). (बढ़ावा देना)

Synonyms: indulge, gratify, satisfy

Sentence: Don’t pander to such people.

  1. Harangue (noun)

Meaning: a lengthy and aggressive speech. (भाषण)

Synonyms: tirade, lecture, diatribe

Sentence: They were subjected to a ten-minute harangue by two border guards.

  1. Rabid (adj.)

Meaning: having or proceeding from extreme or fanatical support of or belief in something. (विक्षिप्त)

Synonyms: extreme, fanatical, overzealous

Antonyms: delighted, pleased

Sentence: Even the survey’s most rabid critics acknowledge the utility of this kind of data.

  1. Moribund (adj.)

Meaning: (of a person) at the point of death. (मरणासन्न)

Synonyms: dying, expiring, near-death

Antonyms: alive, animate, live

Sentence: The patient was moribund by the time the doctor arrived.

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