The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  29th September 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  29th September 2021

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  1. Caper (noun)

Meaning: an activity or escapade, typically one that is illicit or ridiculous. (शरारत)

Synonyms: escapade, stunt, prank

Sentence: I’m too old for this sort of caper.

  1. Articulate (verb)

Meaning: express (an idea or feeling) fluently and coherently. (स्पष्ट)

Synonyms: express, vocalize, put in words

Antonyms: falter, grunt, hesitate

Sentence: They were unable to articulate their emotions.

  1. Propensity (noun)

Meaning: an inclination or natural tendency to behave in a particular way. (झुकाव)

Synonyms: tendency, inclination, predisposition

Antonyms: aversion, disfavor, disinclination

Sentence: He has a propensity for drinking too much alcohol.

  1. Bluster (noun)

Meaning: talk in a loud, aggressive, or indignant way with little effect. (धमकी)

Synonyms: rant, thunder, boast

Antonyms: quiet, silence, calm

Sentence: I knew that it was all bluster and he wasn’t really angry with me.

  1. Alacrity (noun)

Meaning: brisk and cheerful readiness. (तत्परता)

Synonyms: eagerness, willingness, readiness

Antonyms: lowness, sluggishness, apathy

Sentence: She accepted the invitation with alacrity.

  1. Ubiquitous (adj.)

Meaning: present, appearing, or found everywhere. (सर्वव्यापक)

Synonyms: omnipresent, ever-present, present everywhere

Antonyms: bounded, circumscribed, confined

Sentence: We were plagued by the ubiquitous mosquito.

  1. Baffle (verb)

Meaning: totally bewilder or perplex. (उलझाना)

Synonyms: perplex, puzzle, bewilder

Sentence: One of the exam questions baffled me completely.

  1. Bamboozle (verb)

Meaning: fool or cheat (someone). (धोखा देना)

Synonyms: trick, deceive, delude

Antonyms: expose, reveal

Sentence: She was bamboozled into telling them her credit card number.

  1. Parsimony (noun)

Meaning: extreme unwillingness to spend money or use resources. (बचत)

Synonyms: meanness, miserliness, parsimoniousness

Antonyms: diseconomy, wastefulness, lavishness

Sentence: Due to official parsimony, only one machine was built.

  1. Fleeting (adj.)

Meaning: lasting for a very short time. (क्षणभंगुर)

Synonyms: rushed, transient, rapid

Antonyms: ceaseless, dateless, deathless

Sentence: Hoping to get a fleeting glimpse of a whale underwater.

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