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The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 16th November 2023
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- Visceral (adj.)
Meaning: Arising from deeply felt feelings and responses as opposed to conscious intellect (आंतरिक)
Synonyms: simple, unconscious, deep
Antonyms: conscious, deliberate, thoughtful
Sentence: He had a visceral reaction to the sight of blood.
- Armament (noun)
Meaning: military weapons and equipment. (अस्त्र – शस्त्र)
Synonyms: weaponry, firearms, ordnance
Sentence: The unit has insufficient armament with which to do battle.
- Flitting (verb)
Meaning: to make an irregular series of quick, sudden movements (झटपट चल पड़ना)
Synonyms: darting, fluttering, wandering
Sentence: Bargain hunters at the flea market flitted from table to table like hummingbirds in a garden.
- Apathetic (adj.)
Meaning: showing or feeling no interest, enthusiasm, or concern. (उदासीन)
Synonyms: uninterested, indifferent, unconcerned
Antonyms: interested, conscientious, concerned
Sentence: I realized I was becoming increasingly depressed and apathetic.
- Inadmissible (adj.)
Meaning: (especially of evidence in court) not accepted as valid. (अस्वीकार्य)
Synonyms: not allowable, invalid, not acceptable
Antonyms: admissible, allowable, permissible
Sentence: The judge ruled that the evidence was inadmissible.
- Surreptitiously (adv.)
Meaning: in a way that attempts to avoid notice or attention; secretively. (चुपके)
Synonyms: furtively, secretively, sneakily
Antonyms: openly, publicly
Sentence: Joe surreptitiously had a look in the answer book.
- Rankle (verb)
Meaning: To be excited or emotionally stirred up with anger (भड़कना)
Synonyms: infuriate, anger, enrage
Antonyms: please, relieve, delight
Sentence: That kind of rude treatment from a young person makes me rankle.
- Goof (noun)
Meaning: a stupid person (मूर्ख)
Synonyms: idiot, moron, stupid
Antonyms: genius, brain, whiz
Sentence: I just stood there like a goof waiting for him to introduce her.
- Dulcet (adj.)
Meaning: giving pleasure or contentment to the mind or senses (आनंदकर)
Synonyms: delightful, enjoyable, felicitous
Antonyms: unpalatable, unpleasant, disturbing
Sentence: She recorded the dulcet tones of her family and friends.
- Insularity (noun)
Meaning: ignorance of or lack of interest in cultures, ideas, or peoples outside one’s own experience. (संकीर्णता)
Synonyms: narrow-mindedness, parochialism, provincialism
Antonyms: tolerance, liberalism
Sentence: But will Dublin’s insularity prove to be its downfall?
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