The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 24th May 2022
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- Domineering (adj.)
Meaning: asserting one’s will over another in an arrogant way. (अत्याचारी)
Synonyms: browbeat, bully, intimidate
Antonyms: humble, meek, modest
Sentence: Many of her women friends also had domineering husbands.
- Devious (adj.)
Meaning: showing a skillful use of underhanded tactics to achieve goals. (चालाक)
Synonyms: underhand, underhand, deceptive
Antonyms: guileless, ingenuous, innocent
Sentence: You have to be a bit devious if you’re going to succeed in business.
- Optometrist (noun)
Meaning: a person who practices optometry. (चिकित्सक)
Synonyms: doctor, medic, physician
Sentence: A swollen optic nerve found by her optometrist led to the discovery of the tumor.
- Desiccate (verb)
Meaning: remove the moisture from (something); cause it to become completely dry. (सूखना)
Synonyms: dried, dried up, dehydrated
Antonyms: hydrate, wash, water
Sentence: The bricks were desiccated by the sun.
- Riposte (verb)
Meaning: make a quick, clever reply to an insult or criticism. (जवाबी हमल)
Synonyms: retort, counter, hurl back
Sentence: The US delivered an early riposte to the air attack.
- Trivial (adj.)
Meaning: of little value or importance. (तुच्छ)
Synonyms: unimportant, insignificant, inconsequential
Antonyms: consequential, important, major
Sentence: He could remember every trivial incident in great detail.
- Sleuth (noun)
Meaning: a person who investigates crimes; a detective. (जासूस)
Synonyms: private detective, detective, private investigator
Sentence: The trusty Dr. Watson narrates the stories of his adventures with the sleuth of Baker Street.
- Quibble (noun)
Meaning: a slight objection or criticism about a trivial matter. (वक्रोक्ति)
Synonyms: minor criticism, trivial objection, trivial complaint
Antonyms: applaud, commend, compliment
Sentence: The only quibble about this book is the lack of color illustrations.
- Bereave (verb)
Meaning: be deprived of a loved one through a profound absence, especially due to the loved one’s death. (वंचित करना)
Synonyms: deprive, dispossess, strip
Sentence: The plane crash bereaved her of her husband.
- Symposium (noun)
Meaning: a conference or meeting to discuss a particular subject. (संगोष्ठी)
Synonyms: assembly, conclave, congregation
Sentence: He had been taking part in an international symposium on population.
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