The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 2nd November 2022
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- Posit (verb)
Meaning: assume as a fact; put forward as a basis of argument. (प्रस्तुत करना)
Synonyms: postulate, put forward, propound
Antonyms: ignore, disregard
Sentence: The Confucian view posits a perfectible human nature.
- Dally (verb)
Meaning: act or move slowly. (विलंब करना)
Synonyms: dawdle, delay, loiter
Antonyms: hurry, hasten
Sentence: Don’t dally along the way! We haven’t got much time.
- Veneration (noun)
Meaning: a feeling or act of great respect, admiration, or devotion (सम्मान)
Synonyms: reverence, respect, worship
Antonyms: condemnation, disapproval, disdain
Sentence: Holy relics are often objects of veneration.
- Prattling (verb)
Meaning: talk at length in a foolish or inconsequential way. (बकवास)
Synonyms: chatter, babble, prate
Antonyms: articulating, enunciating
Sentence: The villagers are prattling on about the village gossip.
- Contumacy (noun)
Meaning: stubborn refusal to obey or comply with authority, especially a court order or summons. (आज्ञा का उल्लंघन)
Synonyms: contrariness, defiance, disobedience
Antonyms: compliance, obedience, submission
Sentence: Most of the unsuccessful men have the characteristics of contumacy and haughty.
- Drape (verb)
Meaning: to make more attractive by adding something that is beautiful or becoming (सजाना)
Synonyms: adorn, array, beautify
Antonyms: blemish, deface, disfigure
Sentence: The town hall was draped in bunting for the annual Fourth of July festivities.
- Stagger (verb)
Meaning: walk or move unsteadily, as if about to fall. (लड़खड़ाहट)
Synonyms: lurch, walk unsteadily, stumble
Sentence: I was so tired last night that I just staggered on the stairs.
- Dissimilitude (noun)
Meaning: dissimilarity or diversity. (विभिन्नता)
Synonyms: dissimilarity, difference, variance
Antonyms: alikeness, similarity, likeness
Sentence: There’s a real dissimilitude between literature and film, and a critic shouldn’t evaluate one in terms of the other.
- Avert (verb)
Meaning: prevent or ward off (an undesirable occurrence). (टालना)
Synonyms: prevent, stop, avoid
Antonyms: allow, permit
Sentence: He managed to avert the closure of the factory.
- Execrable (adj.)
Meaning: extremely bad or unpleasant. (भद्दा)
Synonyms: appalling, awful, dreadful
Antonyms: excellent, fine, wonderful
Sentence: He stood at the desk, laboring in his execrable handwriting.
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