The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  4th May 2022

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  4th May 2022

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 ‘Vocabulary’

  1. Fretting (verb)

Meaning: be constantly or visibly worried or anxious. (बेचैन रहना)

Synonyms: worry, be anxious, feel uneasy

Antonyms: calm, cool, easy

Sentence: What are you fretting about?

  1. Recompense (noun)

Meaning: compensation or reward given for loss or harm suffered or effort made. (मुआवज़ा)

Synonyms: compensation, reparation, indemnification

Sentence: She received a gift as recompense.

  1. Apprentice (noun)

Meaning: a person who is learning a trade from a skilled employer, having agreed to work for a fixed period at low wages. (शिक्षु)

Synonyms: trainee, learner, adjunct

Sentence: He decided to be an apprentice to an electrician after he graduated.

  1. Howbeit (adv.)

Meaning: nevertheless; however. (परन्तु)

Synonyms: even so, however, nevertheless

Antonyms: all the same

Sentence: I’ve never written a poem before; howbeit, I feel my first attempt is quite good

  1. Thrall (noun)

Meaning: the state of being in someone’s power or having great power over someone. (ग़ुलाम)

Synonyms: bondage, enslavement, servility

Antonyms: freedom, liberty

Sentence: He treats his wife like a thrall.

  1. Caliginous (adj.)

Meaning: being without light or without much light (अंधेरा)

Synonyms: black, dark, darkened

Antonyms: bright, brightened, illuminated

Sentence: Without a flashlight, there was no way to tell what kind of creatures lurked in the caliginous cave.

  1. Giddy (adj.)

Meaning: having a sensation of whirling and a tendency to fall or stagger; dizzy. (चक्कर)

Synonyms: dizzy, lightheaded, faint

Antonyms: clearheaded, stable, steady

Sentence: I feel giddy; I must sit down.

  1. Esurient (adj.)

Meaning: having a huge appetite (लालची)

Synonyms: edacious, gluttonous, greedy

Antonyms: glutted, sated, satiated

Sentence: It would be silly to leave your esurient brother in charge of the three dozen cupcakes you baked for a birthday party.

  1. Forgery (noun)

Meaning: the action of forging or producing a copy of a document, signature, banknote, or work of art. (जालसाजी)

Synonyms: counterfeiting, fraudulent copying, fraudulent imitation

Antonyms: original

Sentence: He spent 5 years in prison for forgery.

  1. Alley (noun)

Meaning: a narrow passageway between or behind buildings. (गली)

Synonyms: passage, lane, path

Sentence: He took a shortcut along an alley.

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