The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  22nd September 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  22nd September 2021

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  1. Suffice (verb)

Meaning: be enough or adequate. (पर्याप्त)

Synonyms: be enough, be sufficient, be adequate

Antonyms: deficit, inadequacy, insufficiency

Sentence: Two bottles of wine will suffice for lunch.

  1. Falter (verb)

Meaning: start to lose strength or momentum. (लड़खड़ाना)

Synonyms: hesitate, delay, drag one’s feet

Antonyms: decide, budge, stir

Sentence: The economy is beginning to falter.

  1. Tardy (adj.)

Meaning: delaying or delayed beyond the right or expected time; late. (विलम्बी)

Synonyms: late, unpunctual, behind time

Antonyms: punctual, timely

Sentence: The boss is unsatisfied with the tardy tempo.

  1. Galore (adj.)

Meaning: in abundance. (बहुतायत)

Synonyms: aplenty, in abundance, in profusion

Antonyms: bare, minimal, scant

Sentence: There are book-shop galore in this town.

  1. Grubby (adj.)

Meaning: dirty; grimy. (गंदा)

Synonyms: filthy, unwashed, stained

Antonyms: clean, stainless, ultraclean

Sentence: He was wearing some old shorts and a grubby T-shirt.

  1. Crux (noun)

Meaning: the decisive or most important point at issue. (जड़)

Synonyms: core, essence, most important point

Sentence: The crux of the matter is that attitudes have changed.

  1. Excruciating (adj.)

Meaning: intensely painful. (कष्टदायी)

Synonyms: agonizing, extremely painful, severe

Antonyms: comfortable, cozy, bearable

Sentence: He died after five days of excruciating torture.

  1. Gargantuan (adj.)

Meaning: unusually large (विशाल)

Synonyms: enormous, extremely big, extremely large

Antonyms: little, mini, petite

Sentence: Of all her mistakes, this was the most gargantuan.

  1. Adroitness (noun)

Meaning: cleverness or skill. (चतुराई)

Synonyms: skill, skilfulness, prowess

Antonyms: inadequacy, incompetency, ineptitude

Sentence: He governed with an adroitness that gained him the nickname “the old fox”.

  1. Squabble (noun)

Meaning: a noisy quarrel about something petty or trivial. (झगड़ा)

Synonyms: quarrel, fight, argument

Antonyms: peace, agreement, harmony

Sentence: Frightened by the noise of the squabble, the cat hid under the couch.

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