The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  4th October 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  4th October 2021

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  1. Murky (adj.)

Meaning: dark and gloomy, especially due to thick mist. (धुंधला)

Synonyms: dark, gloomy, gray

Antonyms: bright, clean, sunny

Sentence: The sky was murky and a thin drizzle was falling.

  1. Erudition (noun)

Meaning: the quality of having or showing great knowledge or learning; scholarship. (पांडित्य)

Synonyms: learning, scholarship, knowledge

Antonyms: ignorance, illiteracy, illiterateness

Sentence: He was known for his wit, erudition, and teaching skills.

  1. Enigmatic (adj.)

Meaning: difficult to interpret or understand; mysterious. (रहस्यपूर्ण)

Synonyms: mysterious, puzzling, hard to understand

Antonyms: fathomable, clear, understandable

Sentence: The discovery of the abandoned ship in mid ocean remains one of the most enigmatic episodes in seafaring history.

  1. Copious (adj.)

Meaning: abundant in supply or quantity. (प्रचुर)

Synonyms: abundant, superabundant, plentiful

Antonyms: deficient, inadequate, incomplete

Sentence: She supports her theory with copious evidence.

  1. Utterance (noun)

Meaning: a spoken word, statement, or vocal sound. (कथन)

Synonyms: remark, comment, expression

Sentence: He whispered, as if to lend his utterances an added confidentiality.

  1. Staid (adj.)

Meaning: sedate, respectable, and unadventurous. (शांत)

Synonyms: sedate, respectable, quiet

Antonyms: joking, kittenish, ludic

Sentence: He had grown staid and dull.

  1. Acrimonious (adj.)

Meaning: (typically of speech or a debate) angry and bitter. (उग्र)

Synonyms: bitter, rancorous, caustic

Antonyms: gentle, kind, kindhearted

Sentence: He had an acrimonious quarrel with his friend yesterday.

  1. Bequeath (verb)

Meaning: leave (a personal estate or one’s body) to a person or other beneficiary by a will. (वसीयत)

Synonyms: will, make over, pass on

Sentence: Most people bequeath their property to their spouses and children.

  1. Adjudicate (verb)

Meaning: make a formal judgment or decision about a problem or disputed matter. (निर्णय करना)

Synonyms: judge, decide, arbitrate

Antonyms: equivocate, hedge

Sentence: He was asked to adjudicate on the dispute.

  1. Plight (noun)

Meaning: a dangerous, difficult, or otherwise unfortunate situation. (दुर्दशा)

Synonyms: predicament, trouble, unfortunate situation

Antonyms: boon, blessing, good fortune

Sentence: In his speech, he dwelt on the plight of the sick and the hungry.

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