The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  19th July 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  19th July 2021

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  1. Lament (noun)

Meaning: a passionate expression of grief or sorrow. (विलाप)

Synonyms: wail, moan, crying

Antonyms: delight, joy, glory

Sentence: The national lament that was heard when the beloved singer perished in the crash.

  1. Pretense (noun)

Meaning: an attempt to make something that is not the case appear true. (दिखावा)

Synonyms: make-believe, act, putting on an act

Antonyms: naturalness, real

Sentence: His anger is masked by a pretense that all is well.

  1. Rendezvous (noun)

Meaning: a meeting at an agreed time and place, typically between two people. (मिलन स्थल)

Synonyms: meeting, appointment, date

Sentence: Edward turned up late for their rendezvous.

  1. Flummox (verb)

Meaning: perplex (someone) greatly; bewilder. (घबराना)

Synonyms: baffle, bewilder, mystify

Antonyms: clarify, enlighten, help

Sentence: He was completely flummoxed by the question.

  1. Stupendous (adj.)

Meaning: extremely impressive. (गजब का)

Synonyms: amazing, extraordinary, astonishing

Antonyms: boring, dull, unimpressive

Sentence: The store did not expect a stupendous throng of customers to line up around the building.

  1. Multitude (noun)

Meaning: a large number. (भीड़)

Synonyms: a lot, a huge number, mass

Antonyms: little, single, zero

Sentence: A multitude of medical conditions are due to Covid 19.

  1. Heed (verb)

Meaning: pay attention to; take notice of. (सावधान)

Synonyms: pay attention to, take notice of, take note of

Antonyms: disregard, ignore, tune out

Sentence: He should have heeded the warnings.

  1. Retort (verb)

Meaning: say something in answer to a remark or accusation, typically in a sharp, angry, or wittily incisive manner. (करारा जवाब)

Synonyms: answer, reply, respond

Antonyms: ask, inquire, question

Sentence: She responded to the heckler with a scathing but hilarious retort that instantly won over the audience.

  1. Malice (noun)

Meaning: the intention or desire to do evil; ill will. (द्वेष)

Synonyms: spitefulness, spite, malevolence

Antonyms: devotion, love, goodwill

Sentence: I bear no malice toward anybody.

  1. Endow (verb)

Meaning: provide with a quality, ability, or asset. (प्रदान करना)

Synonyms: provide, supply, furnish

Antonyms: take away, disagree, put away

Sentence: He was endowed with tremendous physical strength.

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