The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 29th September 2022
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- Incursion (noun)
Meaning: an invasion or attack, especially a sudden or brief one. (आक्रमण)
Synonyms: attack on, assault on, raid on
Sentence: There were incursions from the border every summer.
- Confederate (noun)
Meaning: a person one works with, especially in something secret or illegal; an accomplice. (साथी)
Synonyms: associate, partner, accomplice
Sentence: The police were able to track down his confederates once the thief started talking.
- Elucidative (adj.)
Meaning: serving to explain (स्पष्ट)
Synonyms: exegetical, explanative, explanatory
Sentence: Most editions of Shakespeare’s plays now have elucidative footnotes to help the modern reader.
- Ethos (noun)
Meaning: the characteristic spirit of a culture, era, or community as manifested in its beliefs and aspirations. (प्रकृति)
Synonyms: spirit, character, tenor
Sentence: The revolution in the ethos of agriculture must also involve the farmers’ unions.
- Portentous (adj.)
Meaning: of or like a portent. (अमंगल)
Synonyms: ominous, warning, foreshadowing
Antonyms: unthreatening, auspicious, benign
Sentence: There was nothing portentous or solemn about him.
- Decimation (noun)
Meaning: the state or fact of being rendered non-existent (बरबादी)
Synonyms: annihilation, demolishment, demolition
Antonyms: building, construction, protection
Sentence: The virtual decimation of the coastal town was caused by the hurricane.
- Addendum (noun)
Meaning: an item of additional material, typically omissions, added at the end of a book or other publication. (परिशिष्ट)
Synonyms: appendix, codicil, postscript
Antonyms: introduction, preface, prologue
Sentence: I follow this letter with the addendum duly signed for your attention.
- Puny (adj.)
Meaning: small and weak. (छोटा)
Synonyms: diminutive, dinky, dwarfish
Antonyms: large, massive, big
Sentence: What a puny little creature!
- Vainglorious (adj.)
Meaning: excessively proud of oneself or one’s achievements; overly vain. (गुमानी)
Synonyms: assured, biggety, complacent
Antonyms: egoless, humble, modest
Sentence: The vainglorious trainer spent more flexing his muscles than he did helping build his client’s.
- Cagey (adj.)
Meaning: reluctant to give information owing to caution or suspicion. (गुप्त)
Synonyms: secretive, guarded, noncommittal
Antonyms: disposed, open
Sentence: Manufacturers are cagey about the recipes they use to create a wine.
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