The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  9th September 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  9th September 2021

Vocabulary is an essential part of almost every competitive exam. It is crucial to strengthen your word power to gain accuracy in the English language section. So here We provide you The Hindu Vocab on daily basis to increase vocab power and helps you in your preparation for many exams like Banking, Railway, Insurance, SSC, and other Government exams.

 ‘Vocabulary’

  1. Exhort (verb)

Meaning: strongly encourage or urge (someone) to do something. (समझाना)

Synonyms: urge, encourage, call on

Antonyms: discourage, dissuade, hold back

Sentence: The governor exhorted the prisoners not to riot.

  1. Baleful (adj.)

Meaning: threatening harm; menacing. (हानिकारक)

Synonyms: menacing, threatening, unfriendly

Antonyms: unthreatening, inoffensive, safe

Sentence: The robber gave me a baleful look.

  1. Lassitude (noun)

Meaning: a state of physical or mental weariness; lack of energy. (अवसाद)

Synonyms: lethargy, listlessness, weariness

Antonyms: refreshment, rejuvenation

Sentence: She was overcome by lassitude and retired to bed.

  1. Obloquy (noun)

Meaning: strong public criticism or verbal abuse. (अपमान)

Synonyms: vilification, opprobrium, vituperation

Antonyms: esteem, honor, respect

Sentence: For many years she has much obloquy to endure.

  1. Coax (verb)

Meaning: gently and persistently persuade (someone) to do something. (समाक्ष)

Synonyms: persuade, wheedle, cajole

Antonyms: browbeat, force

Sentence: The trainees were coaxed into doing boring work.

  1. Perpetual (adj.)

Meaning: never-ending or changing. (लगातार)

Synonyms: everlasting, never-ending, eternal

Antonyms: temporary, short-term, discontinuous

Sentence: He is on a perpetual search for truth.

  1. Ubiquitous (adj.)

Meaning: present, appearing, or found everywhere. (सब जगह का))

Synonyms: omnipresent, all over, present everywhere

Antonyms: confined, finite, limited

Sentence: His ubiquitous influence was felt by all the family.

  1. Baneful (adj.)

Meaning: harmful or destructive. (अभिशप्त)

Synonyms: damaging, dangerous, deleterious

Antonyms: harmless, hurtless, innocent

Sentence: His baneful influence was feared by all.

  1. Veracity (noun)

Meaning: conformity to facts; accuracy. (सच्चाई)

Synonyms: truthfulness, truth, accuracy

Antonyms: deceit, dishonesty, lying

Sentence: Officials expressed doubts concerning the veracity of the story.

  1. Imprudent (adj.)

Meaning: not showing care for the consequences of an action; rash. (ढीठ)

Synonyms: unwise, injudicious, incautious

Antonyms: advisable, discreet, prudent

Sentence: It would be imprudent to leave her winter coat behind.

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