The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  30th December 2022

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  30th December 2022

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  1. Gawking (verb)

Meaning: stare openly and stupidly. (आंखे फाड़कर देखना)

Synonyms: gape, goggle, gaze

Sentence: I hate being gawked at!

  1. Complacency (noun)

Meaning: a feeling of smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one’s achievements. (शालीनता)

Synonyms: smugness, self-satisfaction, self-approval

Antonyms: diffidence, modesty, humbleness

Sentence: Doctors have warned against complacency in fighting common diseases.

  1. Intuitive (adj.)

Meaning: using or based on what one feels to be true even without conscious reasoning; instinctive. (स्वाभाविक)

Synonyms: instinctive, intuitional, instinctual

Sentence: Men are often regarded as less intuitive than women.

  1. Acridity (noun)

Meaning: a harsh or sharp quality (कटुता)

Synonyms: bitterness, harshness, severity

Antonyms: mildness, gentleness, kindliness

Sentence: The acridity of the stand-up comedian was a little unexpected.

  1. Addled (adj.)

Meaning: unable to think clearly; confused. (व्याकुल)

Synonyms: dazed, bewildered, confused

Antonyms: conscious, clearheaded

Sentence: One of the more addled audience members confused Ghana with Guyana.

  1. Interdict (noun)

Meaning: an authoritative prohibition. (पाबंदी)

Synonyms: prohibition, ban, embargo

Antonyms: allowing, permission, granting

Sentence: Troops could be ferried in to interdict drug shipments

  1. Bewitched (verb)

Meaning: enchant and delight (someone). (मोहित करना)

Synonyms: fascinate, enchant, entice

Antonyms: offend, annoy, displease

Sentence: They both were bewitched by the country and its culture.

  1. Obligatory (adj.)

Meaning: required by a legal, moral, or another rule; compulsory. (अनिवार्य)

Synonyms: compulsory, mandatory, prescribed

Antonyms: optional, voluntary, elective

Sentence: The college authorities have now made these classes obligatory.

  1. Profundity (noun)

Meaning: deep insight; great depth of knowledge or thought. (बुद्धिमत्ता)

Synonyms: wisdom(deep), insight, intelligence

Antonyms: stupidity, witlessness

Sentence: He lacked profundity and analytical precision.

  1. Unbosom (verb)

Meaning: disclose (one’s thoughts or secrets). (प्रकट करना)

Synonyms: disclose, discover, divulge

Antonyms: cloak, conceal, enshroud

Sentence: You’ll feel better if you unbosom your sorrows to me.

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