The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 25th October 2021
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- Sever (verb)
Meaning: divide by cutting or slicing, especially suddenly and forcibly. (अलग करना)
Synonyms: cut off, chop off, lop off
Antonyms: join, link, unite
Sentence: She wanted to sever all her connections with the firm.
- Nauseate (verb)
Meaning: to cause to feel disgusted (घृणा करना)
Synonyms: disgust, gross-out, put off
Antonyms: allure, attract, beguile
Sentence: The idea of eating raw shellfish nauseates me.
- Destitution (noun)
Meaning: poverty is so extreme that one lacks the means to provide for oneself. (अभाव)
Synonyms: dire poverty, penury, impoverishment
Antonyms: affluence, opulence, wealth
Sentence: The family faced eviction and destitution.
- Expulsion (noun)
Meaning: the action of depriving someone of membership in an organization. (निष्कासन)
Synonyms: debarment, dismissal, exile
Antonyms: repatriation, return, immigration
Sentence: Expulsion from school is a harsh form of punishment.
- Commiserated (verb)
Meaning: express or feel sympathy or pity; sympathize. (हमदर्दी रखना)
Synonyms: offer sympathy to, feel pity for, condole with
Antonyms: distressed, tormented, irritated
Sentence: They commiserated the misfortune of their teacher.
- Unkempt (adj.)
Meaning: (especially of a person) having an untidy or disheveled appearance. (मैला)
Synonyms: untidy, shabby, scruffy
Antonyms: kempt, neat, tidy
Sentence: The old beggar was dirty and unkempt.
- 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.
- Supple (adj.)
Meaning: bending and moving easily and gracefully; flexible. (लचीला)
Synonyms: lithe, limber, nimble
Antonyms: inflexible, rigid, stiff
Sentence: The gloves were made of very supple leather.
- Subterfuge (noun)
Meaning: deceit used in order to achieve one’s goal. (छल)
Synonyms: trickery, intrigue, deviousness
Antonyms: candor, directness
Sentence: Journalists often use subterfuge to obtain material for stories
- Goad (verb)
Meaning: provoke or annoy (someone) so as to stimulate some action or reaction. (अंकुश करना)
Synonyms: provoke, spur, prick
Antonyms: constrain, curb, hold back
Sentence: He goaded her on to more daring revelations.
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