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The Hindu Vocabulary 20_January_2020

 1. BLUNT (ADJECTIVE): (स्पष्टवादी): frank
Synonyms: straightforward, plain-spoken
Antonyms: subtle
Example Sentence:
What he said was a blunt statement of fact.

2. FORMIDABLE (ADJECTIVE): (दुर्जेय): intimidating
Synonyms: forbidding, redoubtable
Antonyms: comforting
Example Sentence:
Competition from established businesses can be formidable.

3. JUBILATION (NOUN): (आनंद): joy
Synonyms: exultation, triumph
Antonyms: despondency
Example Sentence:
We all witnessed unbelievable scenes of jubilation.

4. DISINGENUOUS (ADJECTIVE): (कपटी): dishonest
Synonyms: deceitful, underhand
Antonyms: ingenuous
Example Sentence:
He was being somewhat disingenuous as well as cynical.

5. IRREFUTABLE (ADJECTIVE): (अखंडनीय): indisputable
Synonyms: undeniable, unquestionable
Antonyms: unreliable
Example Sentence:
It is a profound thought and, I believe, an irrefutable one.

6. SHAMBLE (VERB): (फेर-बदल करना):  shuffle
Synonyms: lumber, totter
Antonyms: run
Example Sentence:
He shambled off down the corridor.

7. FIERCE (ADJECTIVE): (प्रचंड):  powerful
Synonyms: strong, violent
Antonyms: gentle
Example Sentence:
Fierce storms lashed the country.

8. BENIGN (ADJECTIVE): (शीतोष्ण):  temperate
Synonyms: mild, gentle
Antonyms: harsh
Example Sentence:
The climate becomes more benign as we move nearer to the Black Sea.

9. THWART (VERB): (विफल करना):  foil
Synonyms: frustrate, balk
Antonyms: assist
Example Sentence:
She did all she could to thwart his plans.

10. ESCHEW (VERB): (त्याग करना):  give up
Synonyms: forgo, forswear
Antonyms: indulge in
Example Sentence:
The minister appealed to the crowd to eschew violence.

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