The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 25th September 2021
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- Irascible (adj.)
Meaning: having or showing a tendency to be easily angered. (चिड़चिड़ा)
Synonyms: irritable, quick-tempered, short-tempered
Antonyms: affable, companionable, cordial
Sentence: She’s becoming more and more irascible as she grows older.
- Agonizing (adj.)
Meaning: causing great physical or mental pain. (अति पीड़ा देनेवाला)
Synonyms: excruciating, harrowing, racking
Antonyms: gratifying, pleasing, sweet
Sentence: This is a torturous, agonizing way to kill someone.
- Snippet (noun)
Meaning: a small piece or brief extract. (टुकड़ा)
Synonyms: piece, bit, scrap
Antonyms: chunk, hunk, lump
Sentence: Snippets of information about the war.
- Elapse (verb)
Meaning: (of time) pass or go by. (बीतना)
Synonyms: pass, go by/past, proceed
Antonyms: halt, hold, wait
Sentence: So a week or so may elapse between the first and the last eggs hatching.
- Pertinent (adj.)
Meaning: relevant or applicable to a particular matter (उचित)
Synonyms: relevant, appropriate, apposite
Antonyms: irrelevant, pointless, inapposite
Sentence: He asked me a lot of very pertinent questions.
- Daunt (verb)
Meaning: make (someone) feel intimidated or apprehensive. (भयभीत करना)
Synonyms: intimidate, abash, ruffle
Antonyms: embolden, encourage, strengthen
Sentence: The raging inferno didn’t daunt the firefighters for a moment.
- Beguile (verb)
Meaning: charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way. (मोहना)
Synonyms: charm, attract, enchant
Antonyms: expose, undeceive, reveal
Sentence: The teacher used to beguile her pupils with fairy tales.
- Appertain (verb)
Meaning: relate to; concern. (संबंध रखना)
Synonyms: pertain to, relate to, concern
Sentence: The answers generally appertain to improvements in standards of service.
- Dither (verb)
Meaning: be indecisive. (बेचैनी)
Synonyms: hesitate, falter, waver
Antonyms: calm, composure, equanimity
Sentence: He was dithering about the election date.
- Tenable (adj.)
Meaning: able to be maintained or defended against attack or objection. (लायक़)
Synonyms: defensible, justifiable, defendable
Antonyms: indefensible, untenable, unjustifiable
Sentence: Such a simplistic approach is no longer tenable.
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