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The Hindu Vocabulary 18_January_2020

The Hindu Vocabulary

♦️The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams (Monday, 18 January 2021)♦️


1. THRIVE (VERB): (फलना-फूलना): flourish
Synonyms: prosper, burgeon
Antonyms: decline
Example Sentence:
Education groups thrive on organization.

2. VIGOROUS (ADJECTIVE): (ज़ोरदार): strenuous
Synonyms: powerful, potent
Antonyms: weak
Example Sentence:
It is said that vigorous exercise increases oxygen consumption.

3. LABYRINTHINE (ADJECTIVE): (जटिल): complicated
Synonyms: intricate, complex
Antonyms: straightforward
Example Sentence:
The film was filled with labyrinthine plots and counterplots.

4. DINGY (ADJECTIVE): (अंधकारमय): gloomy
Synonyms: drab, dark
Antonyms: bright
Example Sentence:
In my city, there are dingy alleys, the sun doesn’t shine and the air is foul.

5. EXPEDIENT (ADJECTIVE): (फ़ायदेमंद): convenient
Synonyms: advantageous, useful
Antonyms: inexpedient
Example Sentence:
Either side could break the agreement if it were expedient to do so.

6. EXPEDITE (VERB): (जल्दी करना): speed up
Synonyms: accelerate, hurry
Antonyms: delay
Example Sentence:
I expedited the completion of my report.

7. OBNOXIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (अप्रिय): unpleasant
Synonyms: disagreeable, nasty
Antonyms: delightful
Example Sentence:
The room was filled-up with obnoxious sound.

8. CRAMP (VERB): (बाधा डालना): hinder
Synonyms: impede, inhibit
Antonyms: facilitate
Example Sentence:
Tighter rules cramp economic growth.

9. ABEYANCE (NOUN): (निलम्बन): suspension
Synonyms: suspense, remission
Antonyms: in hand
Example Sentence:
Matters were held in abeyance pending further enquiries.

10. FUEL (VERB): (बढ़ावा देना): stimulate
Synonyms: boost, encourage
Antonyms: dampen
Example Sentence:
His resignation fuelled speculation of an imminent cabinet reshuffle.

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