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The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 30th October 2023
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- Lethal (adj.)
Meaning: likely to cause or capable of causing death (जानलेवा)
Synonyms: deadly, fatal, poisonous
Antonyms: healthy, nonlethal, beneficial
Sentence: All these knives are absolutely lethal.
- Cachinnation (noun)
Meaning: as in laughter (ठहाका)
Synonyms: laughter, chuckle, giggle
Antonyms: cry, groan, wail
Sentence: He starts Cachinnation very fast after watching comedy shows.
- Plethora (noun)
Meaning: an amount or supply more than sufficient to meet one’s needs (बहुतायत)
Synonyms: plenty, abundance, wealth
Antonyms: deficiency, insufficiency, inadequacy
Sentence: There’s a plethora of books about the royal family.
- Munificence (noun)
Meaning: the quality or state of being generous (उदारता)
Synonyms: kindness, generosity, bountifulness
Antonyms: selfishness, cheapness, meanness
Sentence: a number of poor communities now have school computers as a result of that billionaire’s munificence
- Irascible (adj.)
Meaning: easily irritated or annoyed (चिड़चिड़ा)
Synonyms: irritable, fiery, peevish
Antonyms: affable, gregarious, friendly
Sentence: forced to endure a memorably irascible boss on her first job after college
- Obsolete (adj.)
Meaning: having passed its time of use or usefulness (अप्रचलित)
Synonyms: archaic, antiquated, medieval
Antonyms: modern, new, current
Sentence: New technology has rendered my old computer obsolete.
- Banal (adj.)
Meaning: used or heard so often as to be dull (सामान्य)
Synonyms: boring, usual, tired
Antonyms: new, original, fresh
Sentence: The allegations ranged from the banal to the bizarre
- Pandemonium (noun)
Meaning: a state of noisy, confused activity (अफरा-तफरी)
Synonyms: hurry, disturbance, commotion
Antonyms: rest, peace, calm
Sentence: Pandemonium reigned in the classroom until the teacher arrived.
- Harried (adj.)
Meaning: bothered by many problems or worries (परेशान)
Synonyms: frustrated, annoyed, exasperated
Antonyms: happy, pleased, satisfied
Sentence: An overbooked flight only added to the exasperation of the harried travelers.
- Gist (noun)
Meaning: the central part or aspect of something under consideration (सार)
Synonyms: essence, point, core
Sentence: It is difficult to convey the gist of Reich’s ideas simply.
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