The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 6th December 2021
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- Gimmick (noun)
Meaning: a trick or device intended to attract attention, publicity, or business. (नौटंकी)
Synonyms: publicity device, stunt, contrivance
Sentence: It is just a public relations gimmick
- Defile (verb)
Meaning: sully, mar, or spoil. (मैला करना)
Synonyms: spoil, sully, mar
Antonyms: clarify, clean, purify
Sentence: Hallam’s tomb had been defiled and looted.
- Fidgety (adj.)
Meaning: inclined to fidget; restless or uneasy. (बेचैन)
Synonyms: restless, restive, anxious
Antonyms: calm, collected, cool
Sentence: The boys get fidgety if they can’t play outside.
- Unquenchable (adj.)
Meaning: not able to be quenched. (अतृप्त)
Synonyms: inappeasable, inextinguishable, insatiable
Antonyms: appeasable, extinguishable, satiable
Sentence: He has an unquenchable thirst for knowledge.
- Deter (verb)
Meaning: discourage (someone) from doing something by instilling doubt or fear of the consequences. (रोक रखना)
Synonyms: put off, discourage, dissuade
Antonyms: encourage, persuade
Sentence: Only a health problem would deter him from seeking re-election.
- Accrued (verb)
Meaning: to increase in amount as time passes (वृद्धि करना)
Synonyms: enhanced, enlarged, enriched
Antonyms: abated, declined, diminished
Sentence: The interest accrued over the months.
- Petulance (noun)
Meaning: the quality of being childishly sulky or bad-tempered. (ढिठाई)
Synonyms: peevishness, bad temper, ill temper
Antonyms: amenity, amicability, cordiality
Sentence: I do not appreciate your petulance and eagerness to argue.
- Umbrage (noun)
Meaning: offense or annoyance. (अपमान)
Synonyms: take offense, be offended, be affronted
Antonyms: appeasement, mollification, pacification
Sentence: She took umbrage at his remarks.
- Revel (verb)
Meaning: enjoy oneself in a lively and noisy way, especially with drinking and dancing. (आनंद लेना)
Synonyms: celebrate, make merry, have a party
Sentence: They spent the evening reveling with their guests.
- Frenetic (adj.)
Meaning: fast and energetic in a rather wild and uncontrolled way. (उन्मत्त)
Synonyms: frantic, feverish, frenzied
Antonyms: relaxed, calm
Sentence: It generated much excitement and frenetic activity.
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