The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 25th June 2021
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- Suitor (noun)
Meaning: a man who pursues a relationship with a particular woman, with a view to marriage (प्रेमी)
Synonyms: admirer, beau, wooer
Sentence: He was her most persistent suitor, and she eventually agreed to marry him.
- Stashing (verb)
Meaning: store (something) safely and secretly in a specified place (छिपाना)
Synonyms: hide, store, secrete
Antonyms: handing out, casting
Sentence: Their wealth had been stashed away in Swiss banks.
- Affluent (adj.)
Meaning: having a great deal of money; wealthy (धनी)
Synonyms: wealthy, rich, prosperous
Antonyms: unaffluent, bankrupt, indebted
Sentence: Cigarette smoking used to be a commoner among affluent people.
- Demoralize (verb)
Meaning: cause (someone) to lose confidence or hope (नैतिक करना)
Synonyms: dishearten, dispirit, deject
Antonyms: cheer, gladden, animate
Sentence: Their rejection of the treaty has demoralized the diplomatic community.
- Grievances (noun)
Meaning: a real or imagined wrong or other cause for complaint or protest, especially unfair treatment (शिकायत)
Synonyms: injustice, unjust act, wrong
Antonyms: acclaim, applause, praises
Sentence: Their main grievance was that they had not received their pitiably low pay.
- Brute (noun)
Meaning: a savagely violent person or animal (पशु)
Synonyms: beast, monster, merciless
Antonyms: humane, kind, kindhearted
Sentence: His father was a drunken brute.
- Char (noun)
Meaning: partially burn (an object) so as to blacken its surface (जलाना)
Synonyms: scorch, burn, singe
Sentence: Their bodies were badly charred in the fire.
- Disparage (verb)
Meaning: regard or represent as being of little worth (उपेक्षा करना)
Synonyms: belittle, denigrate, deprecate
Antonyms: acclaim, applaud, exalt
Sentence: He never missed an opportunity to disparage his competitors.
- Reprimands (noun)
Meaning: a rebuke, especially an official one (फटकार)
Synonyms: rebuke, reproof, admonishment
Antonyms: citations, commendations, endorsements
Sentence: The golfer received a reprimand for a breach of rules.
- Hooliganism (noun)
Meaning: violent or rowdy behavior by young troublemakers, typically in a gang (उपद्रव)
Synonyms: evil, immorality, sin
Sentence: The propensity to hooliganism is inherent in every society.
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