The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 5th July 2021
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- Potency (noun)
Meaning: the power of something to influence or make an impression. (शक्ति)
Synonyms: powerfulness, vigor, strength
Antonyms: weakness, impotence, powerlessness
Sentence: Because of its high potency, the herb can make people act in strange ways.
- Penury (noun)
Meaning: extreme poverty (दरिद्रता)
Synonyms: pennilessness, impecuniousness, neediness
Antonyms: wealth, plenty, sufficiency
Sentence: He died in a state of virtual penury.
- Elapse (verb)
Meaning: (of time) pass or go by. (बीतना)
Synonyms: pass, go by/past, proceed
Antonyms: halt, hold, wait
Sentence: So a week or so may elapse between the first and the last eggs hatching.
- Unambiguous (adj.)
Meaning: not open to more than one interpretation. (स्पष्ट)
Synonyms: obvious, plain, apparent
Antonyms: ambiguous, indefinite, vague
Sentence: Instructions should be unambiguous.
- Screech (verb)
Meaning: (of a person or animal) give a loud, harsh, piercing cry. (फटा आवाज़)
Synonyms: shriek, squeal, squawk
Antonyms: murmur, mutter, whisper
Sentence: She hit her brother, causing him to screech with pain.
- Posterity (noun)
Meaning: all future generations of people. (भावी पीढ़ी)
Synonyms: successors, next generation, the future
Antonyms: ancestor, antecedent, past
Sentence: The victims’ names are recorded for posterity.
- Defunct (adj.)
Meaning: no longer existing or functioning. (मृत)
Synonyms: non-existent, faded, moribund
Antonyms: alive, existent, living
Sentence: After being hit by a hurricane, the entire neighborhood was defunct.
- Notoriety (noun)
Meaning: the state of being famous or well known for some bad quality or deed. (बदनामी)
Synonyms: infamy, bad reputation, disrepute
Antonyms: obscurity, esteem, honor
Sentence: His comment about the President has given him notoriety.
- Seer (noun)
Meaning: a person who is supposed to be able, through supernatural insight, to see what the future holds. (पैग़ंबर)
Synonyms: prophet, prophetess, sibyl
Sentence: A seer had foretold that the earl would assume the throne.
- Futile (adj.)
Meaning: incapable of producing any useful result (व्यर्थ)
Synonyms: pointless, useless, worthless
Antonyms: productive, profitable, effective
Sentence: It would be futile to protest.
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