The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  27th September 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  27th September 2021

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  1. Loathe (verb)

Meaning: feel intense dislike or disgust for. (घृणा करना)

Synonyms: hate, detest, abhor

Antonyms: love, cherish, like

Sentence: She loathed him on sight.

  1. Indecisive (adj.)

Meaning: not settling an issue. (अनिर्णायात्मक)

Synonyms: inconclusive, undecided, unsettled

Antonyms: conclusive, decisive, definable

Sentence: He was criticized as a weak and indecisive leader.

  1. Prodigious (adj.)

Meaning: remarkably or impressively great in extent, size, or degree. (अद्भुत)

Synonyms: enormous, colossal, immense

Antonyms: unimpressive, common, ordinary

Sentence: What a prodigious opportunity you have missed.

  1. Jeopardy (noun)

Meaning: danger of loss, harm, or failure. (ख़तरा)

Synonyms: danger, peril, endangerment

Antonyms: safety, secure, security

Sentence: The lives of thousands of birds are in jeopardy as a result of the oil spillage.

  1. Strife (noun)

Meaning: conflict. (कलह)

Synonyms: conflict, disagreement, argument

Antonyms: agreement, peace, harmony

Sentence: Racial strife is tearing our country apart.

  1. Errant (adj.)

Meaning: traveling in search of adventure. (भटकनेवाला)

Synonyms: traveling, wandering, itinerant

Antonyms: motionless, still, immobile

Sentence: She went to Paris to bring back her errant son.

  1. Manifold (adj.)

Meaning: many and various (विविध)

Synonyms: many, numerous, multiple

Antonyms: one, single, less

Sentence: Despite her manifold faults, she was a strong leader.

  1. Reprimands (noun)

Meaning: a rebuke, especially an official one (फटकार)

Synonyms: rebuke, reproof, admonishment

Antonyms: citations, commendations, endorsements

Sentence: Listen as she reprimands him and gives him an ultimatum.

  1. Impugn (verb)

Meaning: dispute the truth, validity, or honesty of (a statement or motive) (बहस करना)

Synonyms: call into question, debate, dispute

Antonyms: justify, pardon, remit

Sentence: I did not mean to impugn her professional abilities.

  1. Ambit (noun)

Meaning: the scope, extent, or bounds of something. (सीमा)

Synonyms: scope, extent, bounds

Sentence: Her case falls within the ambit of moral law.

Sentence: Her case falls within the ambit of moral law.

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