The Hindu Editorial VOCAB : 29th January 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB : 29th January 2021

In this competitive world, ‘Vocabulary’ plays vital role in every exam. Banking , Railway, Insurance, SSC and other Government exams so here We provides you The Hindu Vocab on daily basis to enhance vocab power and helps you in your preparation for Govt job.

Vocabulary (The Hindu)

  1. REMISSIBLE (ADJECTIVE): Reasonable, well-founded (असावधान)

Synonyms: logical, admissible         

Antonyms: unlikely, improbable

Example: The team took a remissible decision.

  1. PROSAIC (ADJECTIVE): Unimaginative (सामान्य)

Synonyms: banal, humdrum           

Antonyms: creative, interesting

Example: Prosaic people normally do not achieve much in life.

  1. TIRADE (NOUN): Abuse, outburst (निंदाभाषण)

Synonyms:  invective, ranting   

 Antonyms: compliment, praise

Example: The drunk driver did not realize his tirade was being captured by a camera in the police officer’s car.

  1. COALESCE (VERB): Blend, come together (संगठित होना)

Synonyms: consolidate, integrate      

 Antonyms:  divide, separate

Example: Local high school principals have agreed to coalesce around new approaches for college preparation.

  1. CONTRIVANCE (NOUN): Plan for collusion, plot (युक्ति)

Synonyms: conspiracy, gambit      

Antonyms:  loyalty, faithfulness

Example: The thief’s contrivance for robbing the jewelry store did not take into account the presence of the guard dogs.

  1. DOLEFUL (ADJECTIVE): Mournful (उदास)

Synonyms: woeful, sorrowful 

Antonyms: elated, cheerful

Example: It must be a doleful morning for her and her family.

  1. CEREBRATION (NOUN): Thought (दिमाग़ी कार्य)

Synonyms: cogitation, contemplation            

Antonyms: avoidance, ignorance

Example: It is a nice cerebration.

  1. RANTING (ADJECTIVE): Raving (डींग मारना)

Synonyms: angry, raging              

Antonyms: serene, placid

Example: Ram is a ranting man.


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