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The Hindu Vocabulary 7_January_2020

The Hindu Vocabulary

🔰 Thursday, 07 January 2020 🔰

●The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams.

1. DAWDLE (VERB): (समय नष्ट करना):  linger 
Synonyms: dally, take one's time
Antonyms: hurry
Example Sentence:
She mustn't dawdle—she had to make the call now.

2. WRETCHED (ADJECTIVE): (मनहूस):  miserable
Synonyms: unhappy sad
Antonyms: cheerful
Example Sentence:
I felt so wretched because I thought I might never see you again.

3. SHORTLY (ADVERB): (एकाएक):  sharply
Synonyms: abruptly, bluntly
Antonyms: patiently
Example Sentence:
Do you like cricket?’ ‘I do not,’ she said shortly.

4. BLEAK (ADJECTIVE): (निरावरण):  bare
Synonyms: exposed, desolate
Antonyms: lush
Example Sentence:
It was nothing but a bleak moor.

5. SUCCUMB (VERB): (अधीन होना):  yield
Synonyms: give in, give way
Antonyms: resist
Example Sentence:
We cannot merely give up and succumb to despair.

6. SORDID (ADJECTIVE): (नीच):  sleazy
Synonyms: seedy, seamy
Antonyms: high-minded
Example Sentence:
The story paints a sordid picture of bribes and scams.

7. STRINGENT (ADJECTIVE): (कठोर):  strict
Synonyms: firm, rigid
Antonyms: lenient
Example Sentence:
Stringent guidelines are necessary on air pollution.

8. TACIT (ADJECTIVE): (निहित):  implicit
Synonyms: understood implied
Antonyms: explicit
Example Sentence:
Your silence may be taken to mean tacit agreement.

9. LOPSIDED (ADJECTIVE): (असममात्रिक):  asymmetrical
Synonyms: unsymmetrical, uneven
Antonyms: even
Example Sentence:
He showed a lopsided grin.

10. CONSTRAINT (NOUN): (बाधा):  inhibition
Synonyms: uneasiness, embarrassment
Antonyms: openness
Example Sentence:
They are able to talk without constraint.

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