The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  29th June 2022

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  29th June 2022

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  1. Centenary (noun)

Meaning: a period of one hundred years. (शताब्दी)

Synonyms: century, centennial, hundredth

Sentence: Next year will be the centenary of this firm.

  1. Pomp (noun)

Meaning: ceremony and splendid display, especially at a public event. (वैभव)

Synonyms: ceremony, grandeur, pageantry

Antonyms: simplicity, severity

Sentence: The coronation was conducted with great pomp.

  1. Verdant (adj.)

Meaning: (of countryside) green with grass or other rich vegetation. (हरा भरा)

Synonyms: green, leafy, grassy

Antonyms: barren, leafless

Sentence: Much of the region’s verdant countryside has been destroyed in the hurricane.

  1. Obsolete (adj.)

Meaning: no longer produced or used; out of date. (पुराना)

Synonyms: out of date, outdated, outmoded

Antonyms: new-fashioned, modern, recent

Sentence: Gas lamps became obsolete when electric lighting was invented.

  1. Emaciation (noun)

Meaning: the state of being abnormally thin or weak. (दुर्बलता)

Synonyms: thinness, scragginess, weakness

Antonyms: convalesce, gain, recover

Sentence: These photographs show extremes of obesity and emaciation.

  1. Startling (adj.)

Meaning: very surprising, astonishing, or remarkable. (चौंकाने)

Synonyms: surprising, astonishing, amazing

Antonyms: unsurprising, common, usual

Sentence: Her technical accomplishment on the piano is startling.

  1. Spearheaded (verb)

Meaning: to serve as leader of (नेतृत्व करना)

Synonyms: captained, commanded, headed

Antonyms: bowed (to), followed, deferred

Sentence: Unofficially at least, Luther spearheaded the civil rights movement.

  1. Maudlin (adj.)

Meaning: self-pityingly or tearfully sentimental, often through drunkenness. (भावुक)

Synonyms: sentimental, emotional

Antonyms: unsentimental, unvarnished

Sentence: Jimmy turned maudlin after three drinks.

  1. Shambles (noun)

Meaning: a state of total disorder. (अव्यवस्था)

Synonyms: disarranged, mess, muddle

Antonyms: order, system

Sentence: After the party, the house was a complete shamble.

  1. Insurmountable (adj.)

Meaning: incapable of being defeated, overcome, or subdued (अजेय)

Synonyms: indomitable, insuperable, unconquerable

Antonyms: superable, surmountable, vincible

Sentence: This is a familiar story of the underdog who ultimately triumphs despite insurmountable odds.

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