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The Hindu Vocabulary_8_February_2021


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✏️FORMIDABLE (ADJECTIVE): (भयभीत करने वाला):  intimidating

Synonyms: forbidding, redoubtable

Antonyms: comforting

Example Sentence:

In debate he was a formidable opponent.

✏️LACKLUSTRE (ADJECTIVE): (भावशून्य):  uninspired

Synonyms: uninspiring, unimaginative

Antonyms: inspired

Example Sentence:

No excuses were made for the team's lacklustre performance.

✏️BLATANT (ADJECTIVE): (प्रबल):  flagrant

Synonyms: glaring, obvious

Antonyms: inconspicuous

Example Sentence:

The blatant defiance was so sweetly uttered, he didn't know how to respond.

✏️DISMAY (NOUN): (त्रस्त करना): appall

Synonyms: horrify, shock

Antonyms: encourage

Example Sentence:

I was dismayed by the U-turn in policy.

✏️INDUCE (VERB): (मनाना): persuade

Synonyms: convince, get

Antonyms: dissuade

Example Sentence:

The pickets induced many workers to stay away.

✏️DISSENT (NOUN): (असहमति): disagreement

Synonyms: dispute, argument

Antonyms: agreement

Example Sentence:

There was no dissent from this view.

✏️VIRTUOUS (ADJECTIVE): (न्याय परायण):  righteous

Synonyms: good, moral

Antonyms: bad

Example Sentence:

He considered himself very virtuous because he neither drank nor smoked.

✏️SCURRY (NOUN): (हड़बड़ी): rush

Synonyms: race, dash

Antonyms: stroll

Example Sentence:

I was in such a scurry.

✏️ASSUAGE (VERB): (राहत देना): relieve

Synonyms: ease, alleviate

Antonyms: aggravate

Example Sentence:

The letter assuaged the fears of most members.

✏️VINDICTIVE (ADJECTIVE): (प्रतिशोधी):  vengeful

Synonyms: revengeful, avenging

Antonyms: forgiving

Example Sentence:

The criticism was both vindictive and personalized.


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