The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 29th July 2021
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- Jeopardy (noun)
Meaning: danger of loss, harm, or failure. (ख़तरा)
Synonyms: danger, peril, endangerment
Antonyms: safety, secure, security
Sentence: The city’s firefighters routinely put their lives in jeopardy by executing daring rescues.
- Assail (verb)
Meaning: make a concerted or violent attack on. (आक्रमण करना)
Synonyms: attack, assault, rush
Antonyms: defend, guard, protect
Sentence: The Scots army assailed Edward’s army from the rear.
- Tempting (adj.)
Meaning: appealing to or attracting someone, even if wrong or inadvisable. (मोहक)
Synonyms: enticing, alluring, attractive
Antonyms: boring, irksome, tedious
Sentence: And maybe, I don’t want you tempting me to do something I shouldn’t.
- Monotonous (adj.)
Meaning: dull, tedious, and repetitious; lacking in variety and interest. (नीरस)
Synonyms: tedious, boring, dull
Antonyms: engaging, engrossing, gripping
Sentence: The lecturer’s monotonous speech put us to sleep.
- Eloquent (adj.)
Meaning: fluent or persuasive in speaking or writing. (सुवक्ता)
Synonyms: persuasive, expressive, articulate
Antonyms: inarticulate, ineloquent, unvocal
Sentence: His speeches in the chamber were always eloquent and powerful.
- Embellish (verb)
Meaning: make (something) more attractive by the addition of decorative details or features. (संवारना)
Synonyms: decorate, adorn, enrich
Antonyms: blemish, deface, disfigure
Sentence: Grandma likes to embellish her knitting by hiding secret messages in the pattern.
- Muster (noun)
Meaning: assemble (troops), especially for inspection or in preparation for battle. (एकत्र होना)
Synonyms: assemble, bring together, gather
Antonyms: entity, single, unit
Sentence: 17,000 men had been mustered on Haldon Hill.
- Sopping (adj.)
Meaning: saturated with liquid; wet through. (तर)
Synonyms: watery, wet, moist
Antonyms: arid, dry, unwatered
Sentence: Get those sopping clothes off,
- Shove (verb)
Meaning: push (someone or something) roughly. (धकेलना)
Synonyms: push, thrust, propel
Sentence: They started pushing and shoving people out of the way.
- Palatable (adj.)
Meaning: (of food or drink) pleasant to taste. (स्वादिष्ट)
Synonyms: tasty, appetizing, eatable
Antonyms: distasteful, flavorless, tasteless
Sentence: The meal was barely palatable.
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