The Hindu Editorial VOCAB : 22nd April 2020

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB : 22nd April 2020

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  1. FEUD (VERB): (झगड़ा): quarrel 

Synonyms: fight, bicker 

Antonyms: agree, socialize 

Example: He feuded unnecessarily with his friends. 
2. FANATICAL (ADJECTIVE): (कट्टर): narrow minded 

Synonyms: orthodox, biased 

Antonyms: liberal, unprejudiced 

Example: In old days most of the people had fanatical thinking. 

  1. SKULLDUGGERY (NOUN): (फरेब): tricky behaviour

Synonyms: chicanery, crafty 

Antonyms: probity, modesty 

Example: He always knew about his brother’s skullduggery towards others. 
4. QUASH (VERB): (समाप्त करना): cancel 

Synonyms: revoke, abrogate 

Antonyms: permit, authorize 

Example: For no reasons her job offer letter was quashed. 

  1. NOVICE (NOUN): (नवशिक्षित): beginner

Synonyms: tyro, learner 

Antonyms: expert, veteran 

Example: Razi was a complete novice in foreign affairs. 

  1. NEOPHYTE (NOUN): beginner:(नवदीक्षित

Synonyms: amateur, novice 

Antonyms: professional, expert 

Example: Even the best player in the world was once a neophyte at the sport. 
7. PRETENSION (NOUN): self- importance:(मिथ्याभिमान) 

Synonyms: snobbishness, pomposity 

Antonyms: modesty, propriety 

Example: He is adored by millions because he lacks in pretension. 
8. PITHY (VERB): to the point:(सारगर्भित) 

Synonyms: concise, brief 

Antonyms: lengthy, verbose 

Example: In order to make it quick the teach gave pithy explanation for all the questions. 

  1. PERVASIVE (ADJECTIVE): which is all over the place:(व्यापक)
    Synonyms: omnipresent, prevalent 

Antonyms: deficient, scanty 

Example: Unemployment is a pervasive issue in India touching all the classes. 
10. HERMETIC (ADJECTIVE): airtight:(हवा बंद) 

Synonyms: impervious, sealed 

Antonyms: susceptible, penetrable 

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