The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  23rd November 2022

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  23rd November 2022

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  1. Juvenescence (noun)

Meaning: the state or period of being young. (किशोरावस्था)

Synonyms: adolescence, youth, juvenility

Antonyms: adulthood, old

Sentence: We are glad they have picked up something during their prolonged juvenescence.

  1. Preponderant (adj.)

Meaning: predominant in influence, number, or importance. (प्रबल)

Synonyms: dominant, predominant, prevalent

Antonyms: minor, secondary, subordinate

Sentence: Yellow was the preponderant color in the room.

  1. Conniving (adj.)

Meaning: given to or involved in conspiring to do something immoral, illegal, or harmful. (सांठगांठ)

Synonyms: connivance, collusion, conspiration

Sentence: The general is accused of conniving in a plot to topple the government.

  1. Subjugate (verb)

Meaning: bring under domination or control, especially by conquest. (अधीन करना)

Synonyms: subdue, conquer, dominate

Antonyms: liberate, emancipate, enfranchise

Sentence: He draws on subterranean forces to subjugate and control

  1. Lavishly (adv.)

Meaning: in a sumptuously rich, elaborate, or luxurious manner. (शान शौकत)

Synonyms: expensively, luxuriously

Antonyms: austerely, modestly, simply

Sentence: He went on spending lavishly until his money was at the end.

  1. Heyday (noun)

Meaning: the period of a person’s or thing’s greatest success, popularity, or vigor. (उमंग का समय)

Synonyms: prime, peak, pinnacle

Antonyms: decline, downfall

Sentence: Docklands in its heyday was a major centre of industrial and commercial activity.

  1. Dire (adj.)

Meaning: (of a situation or event) extremely serious or urgent. (भयानक)

Synonyms: terrible, dreadful, appalling

Antonyms: favorable, promising, hopeful

Sentence: The company is in dire straits.

  1. Acumen (noun)

Meaning: the ability to make good judgments and quick decisions, typically in a particular domain. (कुशाग्रता)

Synonyms: astuteness, awareness, shrewdness

Antonyms: stupidity, dumbness, vacuity

Sentence: He lacked the judgment and political acumen for the post of chairman.

  1. Obliteration (noun)

Meaning: the action or fact of obliterating or being obliterated; total destruction. (विस्मृति)

Synonyms: eradication, erasing, erasure

Antonyms: raising, regeneracy, refurbishment

Sentence: The result of these invasions was the near obliteration of ancient Egypt.

  1. Occlude (verb)

Meaning: stop, close up, or obstruct (an opening, orifice, or passage). (रोक देना)

Synonyms: block, obstruct, stop

Antonyms: clear, free, unblock

Sentence: A blood clot had occluded a major artery in his body.

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