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The Hindu Vocabulary 22_January_2021

The Hindu Vocabulary


●The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams.

1. MORIBUND (ADJECTIVE): (मरणासन्न):  dying 
Synonyms: expiring, at death's door 
Antonyms: thriving 
Example Sentence: 
On examination she was moribund and dehydrated. 

2. UNDERLIE (VERB): (आधार होना):  fundamental 
Synonyms: basic, basal 
Antonyms: subordinate 
Example Sentence: 
The fundamental issue that underlies the conflict. 

3. VEHEMENT (ADJECTIVE): (उत्साही):  passionate 
Synonyms: forceful, ardent 
Antonyms: mild 
Example Sentence: 
Her voice was low but vehement. 

4. THRIFT (NOUN): (मितव्ययिती):  providence 
Synonyms: prudence, economy 
Antonyms: profligacy 
Example Sentence: 
We have been raised with the the values of thrift and self-reliance. 

5. RESCIND (VERB): (रद्द कर देना):  revoke 
Synonyms: repeal, cancel 
Antonyms: enforce 
Example Sentence: 
The government was required to rescind all the unpleasant measures. 

6. DREAD (NOUN): (भय): fear 
Synonyms: apprehension, trepidation 
Antonyms: confidence 
Example Sentence: 
The thought of returning to London filled her with dread. 

7. BRIDGE (VERB): (जोड़ना): join 
Synonyms: link, connect 
Antonyms: divide 
Example Sentence: 
New initiatives were needed to bridge the great abyss of class. 

8. DISPARATE (ADJECTIVE): (भिन्न):  contrasting 
Synonyms: different, differing 
Antonyms: homogeneous 
Example Sentence: 
They inhabit disparate worlds of thought. 

9. TORTUOUS (ADJECTIVE): (टेढ़ा-मेढ़ापन):  twisting 
Synonyms: winding, curving 
Antonyms: straight 
Example Sentence: 
The route is remote and tortuous. 

10. OPACITY (NOUN): (अस्पष्टता):  obscurity 
Synonyms: density, enigma 
Antonyms: clarity 
Example Sentence: 
One has to face a lot of difficulty and opacity in Shakespeare's texts. 

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