The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  1st October 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  1st October 2021

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  1. Hardihood (noun)

Meaning: boldness; daring. (वीरता)

Synonyms: bravery, courage, boldness

Antonyms: lethargy, listlessness, sluggishness

Sentence: With great hardihood he forced into the room of the gangster.

  1. Voluntarily (adv.)

Meaning: of one’s own free will. (स्वेच्छा से)

Synonyms: of one’s own free will, of one’s own accord, of one’s own volition

Antonyms: involuntarily, unwillingly

Sentence: Many restaurants voluntarily removed it from their menus.

  1. Coffer (noun)

Meaning: a strongbox or small chest for holding valuables. (लोहा का संदूक)

Synonyms: strongbox, money box, cash box

Sentence: The nation’s coffers are empty.

  1. Snazzy (adj.)

Meaning: stylish and attractive. (अत्यधिक आकर्षित)

Synonyms: stylish, smart, attractive

Antonyms: simple, unadorned, unfashionable

Sentence: Paula’s wearing a very snazzy pair of shoes!

  1. Insuperable (adj.)

Meaning: (of a difficulty or obstacle) impossible to overcome. (अजेय)

Synonyms: insurmountable, unconquerable, invincible

Antonyms: superable, surmountable, vincible

Sentence: The difficulties that confront us seem insuperable.

  1. Brazen (adj.)

Meaning: bold and without shame. (बेशर्म)

Synonyms: bold, shameless, forward

Antonyms: shy, timid, meek

Sentence: He went about his illegal business with a brazen assurance.

  1. Scald (verb)

Meaning: injure with very hot liquid or steam. (जला देना)

Synonyms: burn, scorch, sear

Antonyms: cure, fix, heal

Sentence: The tea scalded his tongue.

  1. Eloquence (noun)

Meaning: fluent or persuasive speaking or writing. (वाग्मिता)

Synonyms: oratory, rhetoric, grandiloquence

Antonyms: inarticulateness

Sentence: Love and business teach eloquence.

  1. Dilate (verb)

Meaning: make or become wider, larger, or more open. (चौड़ा करना)

Synonyms: enlarge, become larger, widen

Antonyms: shorten, compress, reduce

Sentence: The pupils of the eyes dilate as darkness increases.

  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: Take heed of your doctor’s advice.

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