The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  28th July 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  28th July 2021

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  1. Farcical (adj.)

Meaning: relating to or resembling farce, especially because of absurd or ridiculous aspects. (हंसी का)

Synonyms: ridiculous, silly, idiotic

Antonyms: humorless, unhumorous, unfunny

Sentence: The whole situation has become farcical.

  1. Derogatory (adj.)

Meaning: showing a critical or disrespectful attitude. (अपमानजनक)

Synonyms: dishonoring, uncomplimentary, disrespectful

Antonyms: honoring, complimentary, respectful

Sentence: She tells me I’m fat and is always making derogatory remarks.

  1. Deride (verb)

Meaning: express contempt for; ridicule. (उपहास करना)

Synonyms: make fun of, poke fun at, laugh at

Antonyms: applaud, respect, praise

Sentence: You shouldn’t deride their efforts.

  1. Topple (verb)

Meaning: overbalance or become unsteady and fall slowly. (गिर पड़ना)

Synonyms: fall, slip, stumble

Antonyms: get up, rise, stand

Sentence: The disagreement had threatened to topple the government.

  1. Cunning (adj.)

Meaning: having or showing skill in achieving one’s ends by deceit or evasion. (चालाक)

Synonyms: artful, sly, guileful

Antonyms: artless, guileless, innocent

Sentence: A cunning look came into his eyes.

  1. Brazen (adj.)

Meaning: bold and without shame. (बेशर्म)

Synonyms: bold, shameless, cheeky

Antonyms: shy, timid, mousy

Sentence: He exhibited a brazen disregard for other people’s feelings.

  1. Mutt (noun)

Meaning: a person regarded as stupid or incompetent. (मूर्ख)

Synonyms: fool, idiot, moron

Antonyms: brain, genius, sensible

Sentence: Do not give me orders, mutt.

  1. Ramification (noun)

Meaning: a consequence of an action or event, especially when complex or unwelcome. (उपशाखा)

Synonyms: outcome, effect, development

Antonyms: beginning, cause, decline

Sentence: Any change is bound to have legal ramifications.

  1. Soreness (noun)

Meaning: pain in a part of one’s body. (पीड़ा)

Synonyms: ache, pain, pang

Antonyms: comfort, ease, easiness

Sentence: He limped off complaining of soreness in the knee.

  1. Thrive (verb)

Meaning: grow or develop well or vigorously. (फलना)

Synonyms: burgeon, flourish, prosper

Antonyms: die, shrink, fail

Sentence: A business cannot thrive without investment.

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