The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 5th August 2021
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- Akin (adj.)
Meaning: of similar character. (सदृश्य)
Synonyms: similar, related, close
Antonyms: different, dissimilar, unlike
Sentence: Something akin to gratitude overwhelmed her.
- Brash (adj.)
Meaning: self-assertive in a rude, noisy, or overbearing way. (भंगशील)
Synonyms: assertive, arrogant, thrusting
Antonyms: gentle, mild, mousy
Sentence: He could be brash, cocky, and arrogant.
- Acquit (verb)
Meaning: free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty. (बरी करना)
Synonyms: absolve, clear, exonerate
Antonyms: criminate, charge, impeach
Sentence: She was acquitted on all counts.
- Furor (noun)
Meaning: an outbreak of public anger or excitement. (उत्तेजना)
Synonyms: commotion, uproar, outcry
Antonyms: calmness, peace, quiet
Sentence: The article raised a furor among mathematicians.
- Appease (verb)
Meaning: pacify or placate (someone) by acceding to their demands. (तुष्ट करना)
Synonyms: conciliate, placate, pacify
Antonyms: anger, enrage, incense
Sentence: Amendments have been added to appease local pressure groups.
- Lucrative (adj.)
Meaning: producing a great deal of profit. (लाभप्रद)
Synonyms: profitable, profit-making, gainful
Antonyms: unprofitable, loss
Sentence: The new manager’s mission was to turn the failing store into a lucrative operation.
- Unrelenting (adj.)
Meaning: not yielding in strength, severity, or determination. (बेदर्द)
Synonyms: implacable, inflexible, uncompromising
Antonyms: flexible, relenting, yielding
Sentence: The heat was unrelenting.
- Octogenarian (noun)
Meaning: a person who is from 80 to 89 years old. (अस्सी साल का बुढ़ा)
Sentence: The octogenarian is making his TV writing debut.
- Laudable (adj.)
Meaning: (of an action, idea, or goal) deserving praise and commendation. (प्रशंसनीय)
Synonyms: praiseworthy, commendable, admirable
Antonyms: discreditable, illaudable, reprehensible
Sentence: His noble ideas and polite behavior are laudable.
- Propel (verb)
Meaning: drive, push, or cause to move in a particular direction, typically forward. (आगे बढ़ना)
Synonyms: drive, push, shove
Antonyms: stop, hold, repress
Sentence: The boat is propelled by using a very long paddle.
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