The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 8th September 2022
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- Contemplate (verb)
Meaning: look thoughtfully for a long time. (मनन करना)
Synonyms: look at, view, regard
Antonyms: disregard, ignore, overlook
Sentence: The possibility of war is too horrifying to contemplate.
- Baiting (verb)
Meaning: deliberately annoy or taunt (someone). (उत्पीड़न)
Synonyms: taunt, goad, provoke
Antonyms: appease, conciliate, mollify
Sentence: I wished the candidates would stop baiting each other and instead address the real issues
- Volition (noun)
Meaning: the faculty or power of using one’s will. (इच्छाशक्ति)
Synonyms: accord, autonomy, self-determination
Antonyms: coercion, compulsion
Sentence: Oftentimes the dialect we speak is completely beyond our volition.
- Mirthful (adj.)
Meaning: full of mirth; merry or amusing. (आनंदित)
Synonyms: merry, high-spirited, cheery
Antonyms: miserable, woebegone, dull
Sentence: A mirthful laugh echoed in the big hall.
- Credence (noun)
Meaning: belief in or acceptance of something as true. (विश्वास)
Synonyms: belief, faith, trust
Antonyms: distrust, mistrust
Sentence: I don’t give any credence to these rumors.
- Staunch (adj.)
Meaning: loyal and committed in attitude. (निष्ठावान)
Synonyms: stalwart, loyal, faithful
Antonyms: disloyal, faithless, false
Sentence: She’s a staunch advocate of free trade.
- Perusal (noun)
Meaning: the action of reading or examining something. (अध्ययन)
Synonyms: reading, scrutiny, inspection
Antonyms: ignorance, neglect,
Sentence: I continued my perusal of the instructions.
- Inimical (adj.)
Meaning: tending to obstruct or harm. (विरोधी)
Synonyms: adversarial, adversary, antagonistic
Antonyms: friendly, hospitable, nonantagonistic
Sentence: These policies are inimical to the interests of society.
- Immured (verb)
Meaning: enclose or confine (someone) against their will. (क़ैद करना)
Synonyms: caged, imprisoned, enclosed
Antonyms: free, loose, unbound
Sentence: He was immured in a dark room.
- Evince (verb)
Meaning: reveal the presence of (a quality or feeling). (जताना)
Synonyms: reveal, show, make clear
Antonyms: conceal, cover, hide
Sentence: His letters evince the excitement he felt at undertaking this journey.
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