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The Hindu Vocabulary (22 July)

The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams.

1. SUBSEQUENT (ADJECTIVE): (आगामी):  following 
Synonyms: ensuing, succeeding 
Antonyms: previous 
Example Sentence: 
The theory was developed subsequent to the earthquake of 1906.
2. INCUMBENT (ADJECTIVE): (वर्तमान):  current 
Synonyms: existing, present 
Antonyms: past 
Example Sentence: 
The incumbent President had been defeated. 

3. ABROGATION (NOUN): (निराकरण):  repudiation 
Synonyms: revocation, repeal 
Antonyms: institution 
Example Sentence: 
The ministry proposed for the abrogation of the electoral law of 1850. 

4. HALT (VERB): (ठहरना): stop 
Synonyms: come to rest, pull up 
Antonyms: start 
Example Sentence: 
There is growing pressure to halt the bloodshed. 

5. DEPRESS (VERB): (दबाना):  slow down 
Synonyms: reduce, lower 
Antonyms: encourage 
Example Sentence: 
Fear of inflation in America depressed bond markets. 

6. CONSERVATIVE(ADJECTIVE): (अपरिवर्तनवादी): traditionalist 
Synonyms: traditional, conventional 
Antonyms: radical 
Example Sentence: 
They were very conservative in their outlook. 

7. SETBACK (NOUN): (बाधा):  problem 
Synonyms: difficulty, issue 
Antonyms: breakthrough 
Example Sentence: 
There was a serious setback for the peace. 

8. UPHOLD (VERB): (कायम रखना):  maintain 
Synonyms: sustain, continue 
Antonyms: abandon 
Example Sentence: 
They uphold a tradition of not causing distress to living creatures. 

9. INCAPACITATE (VERB): (अक्षमता):  disabled 
Synonyms: debilitated, indisposed 
Antonyms: fit 
Example Sentence: 
He was incapacitated by a heart attack. 

10. PUERILE (ADJECTIVE): (बचकाना):  childish 
Synonyms: immature, infantile 
Antonyms: mature 
Example Sentence: 
We had an puerile argument

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