The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 28th December 2021
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- Acceded (verb)
Meaning: Agree to a demand, request, or treaty. (स्वीकार कर लिया)
Synonyms: agree to, consent to, accept
Antonyms: dissented, rebuffed, refused
Sentence: The government acceded to public pressure to review the tax.
- Insuperable (adj.)
Meaning: (of difficulty or obstacle) impossible to overcome. (अजेय)
Synonyms: insurmountable, unconquerable, invincible
Antonyms: superable, surmountable, vincible
Sentence: The difficulties that confront us seem insuperable.
- Counseled (verb)
Meaning: give advice to (someone). (सलाह दी)
Synonyms: advised, confabbed, confabulated
Sentence: He was counseled by his supporters to return to Germany.
- Evanescent (adj.)
Meaning: soon passing out of sight, memory, or existence; quickly fading or disappearing. (क्षणभंगुर)
Synonyms: vanishing, fading, fleeting
Antonyms: endless, eternal, everlasting
Sentence: Talk is evanescent but the writing leaves footprints.
- Inscrutable (adj.)
Meaning: impossible to understand or interpret. (गूढ़)
Synonyms: enigmatic, unreadable, impenetrable
Antonyms: fathomable, intelligible, understandable
Sentence: There are many inscrutable beliefs of that ancient religion
- Deplore (verb)
Meaning: feel or express strong disapproval of (something). (विलाप करना)
Synonyms: abhor, be shocked by, be offended by
Antonyms: delight, exult, enjoy
Sentence: We deeply deplore the loss of life.
- Traduce (verb)
Meaning: speak badly of or tell lies about (someone) so as to damage their reputation. (बदनाम करना)
Synonyms: defame, slander, malign
Antonyms: glorify, honor, acclaim
- Pugnacious (adj.)
Meaning: eager or quick to argue, quarrel, or fight. (झगड़ालू)
Synonyms: combative, aggressive, antagonistic
Antonyms: nonaggressive, gentle, calm
Sentence: I found him pugnacious and arrogant.
- Ostensibly (adv.)
Meaning: apparently or purportedly, but perhaps not actually. (प्रत्यक्ष तौर पर)
Synonyms: apparently, seemingly, on the face of it
Antonyms: implausibly, impossibly, improbably
Sentence: Troops were sent in, ostensibly to protect the civilian population.
- Nimble (adj.)
Meaning: quick and light in movement or action; agile. (चतुर)
Synonyms: agile, lithe, sprightly
Antonyms: vacuous, weak-minded, witless
Sentence: She showed some nimble footwork and looked like a promising player.
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