The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  30th May 2022

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  30th May 2022

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  1. Jeering (adj.)

Meaning: making rude and mocking remarks, typically in a loud voice. (मज़ाक उड़ाना)

Synonyms: deriding, gibing, laughing (at)

Antonyms: applauding, commending, endorsing

Sentence: Others began jeering and eventually threw bottles and stones.

  1. Contemplate (verb)

Meaning: look thoughtfully for a long time at. (मनन करना)

Synonyms: look at, view, regard

Antonyms: disregard, ignore, overlook

Sentence: The possibility of war is too horrifying to contemplate.

  1. Ingrained (adj.)

Meaning: (of a habit, belief, or attitude) firmly fixed or established; difficult to change. (दीर्घस्थायी)

Synonyms: built-in, entrenched, established

Antonyms: adventitious, extraneous, extrinsic

Sentence: Morals tend to be deeply ingrained.

  1. Surfeit (noun)

Meaning: an excessive amount of something. (अतिरेक)

Synonyms: excess, surplus, abundance

Antonyms: deficiency, deficit, insufficiency

Sentence: The country has a surfeit of cheap labor.

  1. Sageness (noun)

Meaning: the ability to understand inner qualities (बुद्धिमत्ता)

Synonyms: discernment, insight, perception

Antonyms: dullness, folly, foolishness

Sentence: Her father has always shown an unpretentious sageness about the practicalities of life.

  1. Conscience (noun)

Meaning: an inner feeling or voice viewed as acting as a guide to the rightness or wrongness of one’s behavior. (अंतरात्मा की आवाज)

Synonyms: sense of right and wrong, moral sense, inner voice

Sentence: Her conscience told her to find the lost wallet’s owner.

  1. Deceive (verb)

Meaning: (of a person) causes (someone) to believe something that is not true, typically in order to gain some personal advantage. (धोखा देना)

Synonyms: swindle, defraud, cheat

Antonyms: undeceive, expose, reveal

Sentence: Good words and ill deeds deceive wise and fools.

  1. Diaphanous (adj.)

Meaning: (especially of fabric) light, delicate, and translucent. (पारदर्शक)

Synonyms: sheer, fine, ultra-fine

Antonyms: opaque, cloudy, foggy

Sentence: The little light fades the immense and diaphanous shadows.

  1. Baiting (verb)

Meaning: deliberately annoy or taunt (someone). (उत्पीड़न)

Synonyms: taunt, goad, provoke

Antonyms: appease, conciliate, mollify

Sentence: I wished the candidates would stop baiting each other and instead address the real issues

  1. Volition (noun)

Meaning: the faculty or power of using one’s will. (इच्छाशक्ति)

Synonyms: accord, autonomy, self-determination

Antonyms: coercion, compulsion

Sentence: Oftentimes the dialect we speak is completely beyond our volition.

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