The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  2nd November 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  2nd November 2021

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  1. Egress (noun)

Meaning: the action of going out of or leaving a place. (निकास)

Synonyms: departure, leaving, exit

Antonyms: entrance, entry, ingress

Sentence: The only egress from the nightclub was a dark, narrow stairway to the street below.

  1. Furbish (verb)

Meaning: give a fresh look to (something old or shabby) (चमक लाना)

Synonyms: renovate, furnish, glitter

Antonyms: roughen, ruffle, scuff

Sentence: I needed until August to fully furbish the two front rooms.

  1. Abeyance (noun)

Meaning: a state of temporary disuse or suspension. (ठहराव)

Synonyms: suspension, remission, a state of dormancy

Antonyms: continuance, continuation

Sentence: Matters were held in abeyance pending further inquiries.

  1. Scrimmage (noun)

Meaning: a confused struggle or fight. (धक्का मुक्की)

Synonyms: fight, battle, struggle

Antonyms: truce, accord, peace

Sentence: There was a considerable scrimmage, with people anxious to obtain cabs.

  1. Upbraid (verb)

Meaning: find fault with (someone); scold. (फटकारना)

Synonyms: reprimand, rebuke, reproach

Antonyms: approve, endorse, praise

Sentence: He was upbraided for his slovenly appearance.

  1. Deride (verb)

Meaning: express contempt for; ridicule. (उपहास करना)

Synonyms: make fun of, poke fun at, laugh at

Antonyms: applaud, respect, praise

Sentence: You shouldn’t deride their efforts.

  1. Quixotic (adj.)

Meaning: exceedingly idealistic; unrealistic and impractical. (विलक्षण)

Synonyms: idealistic, unbusinesslike, extravagant

Antonyms: practical, pragmatic, realistic

Sentence: This is a vast, exciting, and perhaps quixotic project.

  1. Enervate (adj.)

Meaning: cause (someone) to feel drained of energy or vitality; weaken. (कमज़ोर)

Synonyms: exhaust, weaken, fatigue

Antonyms: strengthen, energize

Sentence: The surgery really enervated me for weeks afterward.

  1. Doffs (verb)

Meaning: remove. (उतारना)

Synonyms: take off, put off, remove

Antonyms: put on, slip, throw

Sentence: he had doffed tie and jacket and rolled up his shirtsleeves

  1. Largesse (noun)

Meaning: generosity in bestowing money or gifts upon others. (उदारता)

Synonyms: generosity, liberality, munificence

Antonyms: cheapness, parsimony, penuriousness

Sentence: She is not noted for her largesse.

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