The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 21st April 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 21st April 2021

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  1. Recalcitrant (adj.) – Trick: Re + Calculate + Rent = No

Meaning: Refusing to follow instructions or rules (आज्ञा न माननेवाला)

Synonyms: Uncontrollable, Stubborn

Antonyms: Amiable, Agreeable, Cooperative

Sentence: College suspended the most recalcitrant demonstrator.

  1. Plenary (Adj.) – Trick: Plenty + Nari

Meaning: that should be attended by everyone who has right to attend / whole (परिपूर्ण)

Synonyms: Complete, Comprehensive, Whole, Unlimited

Antonyms: Abbreviated, Incomplete, Partial

Sentence: The resolution was carried at the previous plenary session.

  1. Punitive (adj.) – Trick: Punish + It

Meaning: Intended as a punishment (दंडात्मक)

Synonyms: Castigating, Chastising, Disciplinary

Antonyms: Compensatory, Acquitting, Exculpatory

Sentence: The UN has imposed punitive sanctions on invading countries.

  1. Trammel (Noun) – Trick: Trap + Mammal

Meaning: to limit somebody’s movement (बाधा)

Synonyms: Bar, Block, Deterrent

Antonyms: Catalyst, Incentive, Spur

Sentence: He felt himself trammeled by convection.

  1. Abundant (adj.) – Trick: A + Band

Meaning: Present in great quantity (प्रचुर)

Synonyms: Ample, Aplenty, Bountiful

Antonyms: Deficient, Inadequate, Insufficient

Sentence: The river is abundant in fish.

  1. Naïve (adj.) – Trick: Naya

Meaning: Without enough experience (अनुभवहीन)

Synonyms: Innocent, Primitive, Unwary

Antonyms: Incredulous, Wary, Critical

Sentence: Riya is naïve in this field.

  1. Pivotal (adj.) – Trick: Vital

Meaning: of the greatest possible importance (केंद्रीय)

Synonyms: Critical, Indispensable, Elementary

Antonyms: Inconsequent, Minor, Trivial

Sentence: The discussion is pivotal to the success of the country.

8. Ramification (Noun) – Trick: Bhagwan Ram

Meaning: one of the many complicated results of an action or decision (उपशाखा)

Synonyms: Aftermath, Conclusion, side effect

Antonyms: Determinant, Beginning, Instigation

Sentence: Have you considered all the ramifications of your suggestion?

  1. Indispensable (adj.) – Trick: Dispenser

Meaning: Very important (अपरिहार्य)

Synonyms: Critical, Essential, Integral

Antonyms: Undesired, Unwanted, Extra

Sentence: This is an indispensable book.

  1. Havoc (Noun) – Trick: Hava + Violence

Meaning: A situation in which there is a lot of damage (नाश)

Synonyms: Chaos, Confusion, Disarray

Antonyms: Plan, Rescue, Salvage

Sentence: The earthquake wreaked havoc on the city.

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