The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  21st May 2022

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  21st May 2022

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  1. Dastardly (adj.)

Meaning: wicked and cruel. (नीचतापूर्ण)

Synonyms: wicked, evil, iniquitous

Antonyms: noble, praiseworthy

Sentence: He described the killing as a dastardly act.

  1. Respite (noun)

Meaning: a short period of rest or relief from something difficult or unpleasant. (मोहलत)

Synonyms: rest, break, interval

Sentence: The tablets brought temporary respite from the excruciating pain.

  1. Intransigent (adj.)

Meaning: unwilling or refusing to change one’s views or to agree about something. (सैद्धांतिक)

Synonyms: uncompromising, inflexible, unbending

Antonyms: acquiescent, agreeable, amenable

Sentence: He has remained intransigent, refusing all suggestions for improvement of the process.

  1. Stealthily (adv.)

Meaning: in a cautious and surreptitious manner, so as not to be seen or heard. (छिपकर)

Synonyms: furtively, secretively, sneakily

Antonyms: openly, publicly

Sentence: The thief stealthily stole into the house.

  1. Phlegmatic (adj.)

Meaning: (of a person) having an unemotional and stolidly calm disposition. (आवेगहीन)

Synonyms: affectless, apathetic, emotionless

Antonyms: demonstrative, emotional, fervent

Sentence: The British character is often said to be phlegmatic.

  1. Aver (verb)

Meaning: state or assert to be the case. (दृढ़ता से कहना)

Synonyms: declare, assert, state

Antonyms: deny, gainsay

Sentence: I aver that I have spoken the truth.

  1. Contemn (verb)

Meaning: treat or regard with contempt. (नफ़रत करना)

Synonyms: despise, disdain, treat with contempt

Antonyms: honor, respect

Sentence: Arrogant critics who contemn the general public’s taste in art.

  1. Withal (adv.)

Meaning: in addition; as a further factor or consideration. (साथ ही साथ)

Synonyms: additionally, furthermore, as well

Sentence: She is fair and a wise lady withal.

  1. Edacious (adj.)

Meaning: having a huge appetite (लोभी)

Synonyms: esurient, gluttonous, greedy

Antonyms: content, glutted, sated

Sentence: Thinking of nothing special, why not have meals to satisfy the edacious stomach?

  1. Browbeat (verb)

Meaning: intimidate (someone), typically into doing something, with stern or abusive words. (धमकाना)

Synonyms: bully, hector, intimidate

Antonyms: cheer, comfort, console

Sentence: They browbeat him into signing the document.

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