The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 28th February 2022
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- Advent (noun)
Meaning: the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event. (आगमन)
Synonyms: arrival, appearance, emergence
Antonyms: departing, departure, disappearance
Sentence: Since the advent of jet aircraft, travel has been speeded up.
- Spooked (adj.)
Meaning: filled with fear or dread (डरावना)
Synonyms: affrighted, afraid, aghast
Antonyms: fearless, unafraid, bold
Sentence: Something in the bushes spooked her horse.
- Tumble (verb)
Meaning: (typically of a person) fall suddenly, clumsily, or headlong. (लुढ़क)
Synonyms: fall (over), fall down, topple over
Antonyms: get up, rise, stand (up)
Sentence: Children tumble over each other in play.
- Jeopardized (verb)
Meaning: put (someone or something) into a situation in which there is a danger of loss, harm, or failure. (ख़तरे में डालना)
Synonyms: threaten, endanger, imperil
Antonyms: guarded, protected, sheltered
Sentence: He jeopardized his life to save the drowning child.
- Culpability (noun)
Meaning: responsibility for a fault or wrong; blame. (दोषी)
Synonyms: guilt, blame, fault
Antonyms: blamelessness, guiltlessness, innocence
Sentence: After the accident, the company refused to accept culpability.
- Incorrigible (adj.)
Meaning: (of a person or their tendencies) not able to be corrected, improved, or reformed. (असंशोधनीय)
Synonyms: inveterate, habitual, unreformable
Antonyms: curable, reclaimable, recoverable
Sentence: John was an incorrigible criminal who spent the rest of his life behind bars.
- Dousing (verb)
Meaning: extinguish (fire or light). (बुझाना)
Synonyms: extinguish, put out, quench
Antonyms: fire, ignite, inflame
Sentence: The pumps were started and the crew began to douse the fire with water.
- Indigent (adj.)
Meaning: poor; needy. (दरिद्र)
Synonyms: poor, impecunious, destitute
Antonyms: prosperous, opulent, rich
Sentence: Because he was indigent, the court-appointed a lawyer to represent him.
- Entreaty (noun)
Meaning: an earnest or humble request. (विनती)
Synonyms: appeal, request, petition
Sentence: The king turned a deaf ear to his entreaties.
- Conjectural (adj.)
Meaning: based on or involving conjecture. (मान लिया)
Synonyms: speculative, suppositional, theoretical
Antonyms: actual, factual, real
Sentence: Much of the racial history of Madagascar remains conjectural.
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