The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  1st June 2022

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  1st June 2022

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  1. Felicitate (verb)

Meaning: to express to (someone) admiration for his or her success or good fortune (अभिनंदन करना)

Synonyms: compliment, congratulate, applaud

Antonyms: cry down, decry, deprecate

Sentence: The whole family felicitated John on his new appointment.

  1. Bustling (adj.)

Meaning: (of a place) full of activity. (हलचल)

Synonyms: busy, crowded, swarming

Antonyms: idle, inactive, unbusy

Sentence: The sidewalks are bustling with people.

  1. Tumble (verb)

Meaning: (typically of a person) fall suddenly, clumsily, or headlong. (लुढ़क)

Synonyms: fall (over), fall down, topple over

Antonyms: get up, rise, stand (up)

Sentence: Children tumble over each other in play.

  1. Entreaty (noun)

Meaning: an earnest or humble request. (विनती)

Synonyms: appeal, request, petition

Sentence: The king turned a deaf ear to his entreaties.

  1. Riveting (adj.)

Meaning: completely engrossing; compelling. (दिलचस्प)

Synonyms: enthralling, fascinating, gripping

Antonyms: boring, drab, dull

Sentence: His story makes riveting listening.

  1. Lacerate (verb)

Meaning: tear or make deep cuts in (flesh or skin). (फाड़ना)

Synonyms: slash, tear, rip

Sentence: The broken glass lacerated his feet.

  1. Staunch (adj.)

Meaning: loyal and committed in attitude. (निष्ठावान)

Synonyms: stalwart, loyal, faithful

Antonyms: disloyal, faithless, false

Sentence: She’s a staunch advocate of free trade.

  1. Trappings (noun)

Meaning: the outward signs, features, or objects associated with a particular situation, role, or thing. (ताम-झाम)

Synonyms: adornment, beautifier, caparison

Antonyms: blemish, defacement, disfigurement

Sentence: Despite its democratic trappings, the country’s government was a dictatorship.

  1. Puerile (adj.)

Meaning: having or showing the annoying qualities (as silliness) associated with children (बचकाना)

Synonyms: childish, immature, infantile

Antonyms: adult, experienced, mature

Sentence: I find his sense of humor rather puerile.

  1. Distraught (adj.)

Meaning: deeply upset and agitated. (व्याकुल)

Synonyms: worried, upset, distressed

Antonyms: calm, peaceful, placid

Sentence: Her distraught mother had spent all night waiting by the phone.

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