The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  18th July 2022

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  18th July 2022

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 ‘Vocabulary’

  1. Voluble (adj.)

Meaning: (of a person) talking fluently, readily, or incessantly. (बातूनी)

Synonyms: talkative, verbose, garrulous

Antonyms: silent, speechless, quiet

Sentence: Clarissa was extremely voluble on the subject of good manners.

  1. Succinctly (adv.)

Meaning: in a brief and clearly expressed manner. (संक्षेप)

Synonyms: briefly, compactly, concisely

Antonyms: diffusely, long-windedly, verbosely

Sentence: He succinctly summed up his manifesto as “Work hard, train hard and play hard”.

  1. Freight (noun)

Meaning: goods transported in bulk by truck, train, ship, or aircraft. (परिवहन)

Synonyms: cargo, consignment, haul

Sentence: France derives 16% of revenue from air freight.

  1. Cognate (adj.)

Meaning: having qualities in common (सजाति)

Synonyms: alike, analogous, comparable

Antonyms: different, dissimilar, unlike

Sentence: German and Dutch are cognate languages.

  1. Destitute (adj.)

Meaning: without the basic necessities of life. (निराश्रित)

Synonyms: penniless, impoverished, impecunious

Antonyms: affluent, opulent, rich

Sentence: The flood left thousands of people destitute.

  1. Hapless (adj.)

Meaning: (especially of a person) unfortunate. (बदकिस्मत)

Synonyms: unfortunate, unlucky, luckless

Antonyms: fortunate, happy, lucky

Sentence: Many children are hapless victims of this war.

  1. Preposterous (adj.)

Meaning: contrary to reason or common sense; utterly absurd or ridiculous. (निरर्थक)

Synonyms: absurd, ridiculous, foolish

Antonyms: reasonable, sensible, logical

Sentence: It’s a preposterous suggestion to go swimming in this freezing weather

  1. Dearth (noun)

Meaning: a scarcity or lack of something. (कमी)

Synonyms: lack, scarcity, shortage

Antonyms: abundance, adequacy, opulence

Sentence: There seems to be a dearth of good young players at the moment.

  1. Throes (noun)

Meaning: intense or violent pain and struggle, especially accompanying birth, death, or great change. (पीड़ा)

Synonyms: agony, pain, paroxysm

Antonyms: comfort, peace

Sentence: The country is presently in the throes of the worst recession since the second world war.

  1. Deliverance (noun)

Meaning: the action of being rescued or set free. (मुक्ति)

Synonyms: liberation, release, freeing

Sentence: We pray for deliverance from our sins.

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