The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  28th September 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  28th September 2021

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 ‘Vocabulary’

  1. Eerie (adj.)

Meaning: strange and frightening. (भयानक)

Synonyms: uncanny, sinister, ghostly

Antonyms: normal, ordinary, usual

Sentence: I walked down the eerie dark path.

  1. Caviling (verb)

Meaning: make petty or unnecessary objections. (गुस्ताखी करना)

Synonyms: complaint, carp, grumble

Antonyms: applauding, commending

Sentence: Let us not cavil too much.

  1. Assiduous (adj.)

Meaning: showing great care and perseverance. (परिश्रमी)

Synonyms: diligent, careful, meticulous

Antonyms: inactive, dull, lazy

Sentence: She was assiduous in her duties.

  1. Condone (verb)

Meaning: accept and allow (behavior that is considered morally wrong or offensive) to continue. (माफ करना)

Synonyms: deliberately ignore, disregard, overlook

Antonyms: heed, mark, mind

Sentence: The college cannot condone any behavior that involves illicit drugs.

  1. Nugatory (adj.)

Meaning: of no value or importance. (तुच्छ)

Synonyms: worthless, of no value, of no importance

Antonyms: important, major, significant

Sentence: Your efforts shall have been nugatory.

  1. Enigmatic (adj.)

Meaning: difficult to interpret or understand; mysterious. (रहस्यपूर्ण)

Synonyms: mysterious, puzzling, hard to understand

Antonyms: understandable, apparent, clear

Sentence: He left an enigmatic message on my answering machine.

  1. Delineate (verb)

Meaning: describe or portray (something) precisely. (चित्रित करना)

Synonyms: describe, set forth, set out

Sentence: The law should delineate and prohibit behavior that is socially abhorrent.

  1. Rectitude (noun)

Meaning: morally correct behavior or thinking; righteousness. (इंसाफ)

Synonyms: righteousness, goodness, virtue

Antonyms: evil, immorality, iniquity

Sentence: Maddie is a model of rectitude.

  1. Detriment (noun)

Meaning: the state of being harmed or damaged. (हानि)

Synonyms: harm, loss, damage

Antonyms: gain, recovery, cure

Sentence: Smoking is a detriment to one’s health.

  1. Ubiquitous (adj.)

Meaning: present, appearing, or found everywhere. (सब जगह का))

Synonyms: omnipresent, all over, present everywhere

Antonyms: confined, finite, limited

Sentence: His ubiquitous influence was felt by all the family.

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