The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 8th July 2022
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- Futility (noun)
Meaning: pointlessness or uselessness. (निरर्थकता)
Synonyms: fruitlessness, vanity, pointlessness
Antonyms: use, usefulness, utility
Sentence: The sheer futility of it all exasperates her.
- Beget (verb)
Meaning: give rise to; bring about. (उत्पन्न करना)
Synonyms: cause, give rise to, lead to
Antonyms: impede, limit, restrict
Sentence: One change in the natural environment will beget others.
- Palpable (adj.)
Meaning: (of a feeling or atmosphere) so intense as to seem almost tangible. (स्पष्ट)
Synonyms: perceptible, perceivable, visible
Antonyms: impalpable, imperceptible, inappreciable
Sentence: The tension between Amy and Jim is palpable.
- Quixotic (adj.)
Meaning: exceedingly idealistic; unrealistic and impractical. (विलक्षण)
Synonyms: idealistic, unbusinesslike, visionary
Antonyms: clear-eyed, clear-sighted
Sentence: This is a vast, exciting, and perhaps quixotic project.
- Enamor (verb)
Meaning: be filled with a feeling of love for. (आनंदित करना)
Synonyms: in love with, infatuated with, besotted with
Antonyms: allergic, averse
Sentence: Her beauty enamored the prince.
- Unenviable (adj.)
Meaning: difficult, undesirable, or unpleasant. (अवांछनीय)
Synonyms: disagreeable, unpleasant, undesirable
Antonyms: charming, enchanting, fascinating
Sentence: Cooper had the unenviable job of announcing the redundancies.
- Subtlety (noun)
Meaning: the quality or state of being subtle. (सूक्ष्मता)
Synonyms: delicacy, delicateness, subtleness
Sentence: He argued his case with considerable subtlety.
- Amnesty (noun)
Meaning: an official pardon for people who have been convicted of political offenses. (आम माफ़ी)
Synonyms: pardon, pardoning. reprieve
Antonyms: penalty, punishment, retribution
Sentence: The government granted an amnesty to all political prisoners.
- Fomented (verb)
Meaning: instigate or stir up (an undesirable or violent sentiment or course of action). (भड़काना)
Synonyms: instigate, incite, provoke
Antonyms: allay, calm, settle
Sentence: They accused him of fomenting political unrest.
- Ominous (adj.)
Meaning: giving the impression that something bad or unpleasant is going to happen; threatening; inauspicious. (अमंगल)
Synonyms: threatening, menacing, baleful
Antonyms: unthreatening, auspicious, benign
Sentence: There was an ominous silence at the other end of the phone.
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