The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 21st September 2021
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- Impervious (adj.)
Meaning: not allowing fluid to pass through. (प्रबल)
Synonyms: egregious, dominant, powerful
Antonyms: penetrable, permeable, pervious
Sentence: Rubber boots are impervious to water.
- Obsolete (adj.)
Meaning: out of date. (पुराना)
Synonyms: outdated, obsolete, ancient,
Antonyms: new, up-to-date, modern
Sentence: Many people believe the Internet has made the postal service obsolete.
- Sonorous (adj.)
Meaning: imposingly deep and full. (मधुर)
Synonyms: sweet, melodious, sonorous
Antonyms: powerless, mute, soft weak
Sentence: He read aloud with a sonorous and musical voice.
- Propensity (noun)
Meaning: an inclination or natural tendency to behave in a particular way. (प्रवृत्ति)
Synonyms: tendency, ability, inclination
Antonyms: disinclination, dislike, inability
Sentence: Men have a slightly increased propensity towards baldness.
- Hectic (adj.)
Meaning: full of incessant or frantic activity. (अतिव्यस्त)
Synonyms: buzzing, bustling, very active
Antonyms: calm, quiet, peaceful
Sentence: I’ve found the past few weeks rather hectic.
- Nudge (verb)
Meaning: prod (someone) gently, typically with one’s elbow, in order to draw their attention to something. (खिसकाने)
Synonyms: poke, dig, push
Antonyms: pull, repress, discourage
Sentence: People were nudging each other and pointing at me.
- Commensurate (adj.)
Meaning: in proportion. (अनुरूप)
Synonyms: commensurable, proportional, proportionate
Antonyms: disproportionate, unacceptable, incommensurate
Sentence: His job is commensurate with his qualifications, leadership & interpersonal skills.
- Disastrous (adj.)
Meaning: causing great damage. (विनाशकारी)
Synonyms: unfavorable, unfortunate, unlucky
Antonyms: lucky, favorable, fortunate
Sentence: A disastrous fire swept through the museum.
- Sheathe (verb)
Meaning: put (a weapon such as a knife or a sword) into a sheath. (ढांकना)
Synonyms: wrap, cover, enclose
Antonyms: unwrap, uncover, release
Sentence: Lan draws and sheathes the sword a few times, just to get a feel for it.
- Discernible (adj.)
Meaning: able to be discerned; perceptible. (नमूदार)
Synonyms: noticeable, perceptible, observable
Antonyms: impalpable, imperceptible, indistinguishable
Sentence: Her face was barely discernible in the gloom.
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