The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  1st November 2022

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  1st November 2022

Almost every competitive exam has a section that tests the applicant’s English Language skills. So here we bring you The Hindu Vocab on daily basis to boost vocabulary power and help you prepare for the exams like Banking, Railway, Insurance, SSC, and other Government exams.

 ‘Vocabulary’

  1. Riveting (adj.)

Meaning: completely engrossing; compelling. (दिलचस्प)

Synonyms: enthralling, fascinating, gripping

Antonyms: boring, drab, dull

Sentence: His story makes riveting listening.

  1. Repudiated (verb)

Meaning: refuse to accept or be associated with. (को अस्वीकार नहीं किया)

Synonyms: reject, renounce, abandon

Antonyms: accepted, adopted, embraced

Sentence: Socialism had been repudiated at the polls.

  1. Avid (adj.)

Meaning: having or showing a keen interest in or enthusiasm for something. (उत्सुक)

Synonyms: keen, eager, enthusiastic

Antonyms: apathetic, indifferent, unenthusiastic

Sentence: She’s an avid reader of historical novels.

  1. Risible (adj.)

Meaning: such as to provoke laughter. (हास्यास्पद)

Synonyms: laughable, comedic, comic

Antonyms: humorless, lame, unamusing

Sentence: A risible comment that made the whole class laugh.

  1. Entice (verb)

Meaning: attract or tempt by offering pleasure or advantage. (लुभाने)

Synonyms: tempt, allure, lure

Antonyms: drive (away or off), repulse

Sentence: The adverts entice the customer into buying things they don’t really want.

  1. Disrelish (verb)

Meaning: regard (something) with dislike or distaste. (नापसंद करना)

Synonyms: aversion, disfavor, dislike

Antonyms: appetite, affection, fondness

Sentence: I disrelish the thought of sitting through endless meetings on the matter

  1. Thy (article)

Meaning: archaic or dialect form of yours. (तेरा)

Synonyms: thine, thee, yours

Sentence: Hide nothing from thy physician.

  1. Dunce (noun)

Meaning: a person who is slow at learning; a stupid person. (मूर्ख)

Synonyms: fool, idiot, stupid person

Antonyms: brainy, genius, intellect

Sentence: It is very impolite to call others a dunce.

  1. Holler (verb)

Meaning: (of a person) give a loud shout or cry. (चिल्लाई)

Synonyms: shout, yell, cry

Antonyms: murmur, mutter, whisper

Sentence: There’s no need to holler, I’m in the next room.

  1. Haggle (verb)

Meaning: dispute or bargain persistently, especially over the cost of something. (सौदेबाज़ी करना)

Synonyms: barter, bargain, negotiate

Sentence: Ella taught her how to haggle with used furniture dealers.

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