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The Hindu Vocabulary_2_March_2021

  

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● CONCOMITANT (ADJECTIVE): (सहगामी):  attendant

Synonyms: accompanying associated

Antonyms: unrelated

Example Sentence:

She loved travel, with all its concomitant worries.


● GULLIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (भोला):  credulous

Synonyms: trustful impressionable

Antonyms: cynical

Example Sentence:

A cheap attempt was made to persuade a gullible public to spend their money.


● DETERIORATE (VERB): (बिगड़ना):  worsen

Synonyms: decline, degenerate

Antonyms: improve

Example Sentence:

Relations between the countries had deteriorated sharply.


● INVINCIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (अजेय):  invulnerable

Synonyms: indestructible, unconquerable

Antonyms: vulnerable

Example Sentence:

Rome, protected by invincible prestige, escaped.


● AFFIRM (VERB): (अभिपुष्ट करना):  declare

Synonyms: state, assert

Antonyms: deny

Example Sentence:

He affirmed the country's commitment to peace.


● RESUMPTION (NOUN): (पुनरारंभ):  restart

Synonyms: restarting reopening

Antonyms: suspension

Example Sentence:

The resumption of classes ended an eight-month break.


● FLINCH (VERB): (झिझकना):  wince

Synonyms: start, recoil

Antonyms: stand firm

Example Sentence:

She flinched at the acidity in his voice.


● STRINGENT (ADJECTIVE): (कठोर):  strict

Synonyms: firm, rigid

Antonyms: lenient

Example Sentence:

Stringent guidelines have been issued.


● GRIM (ADJECTIVE): (विकट):  stern

Synonyms: forbidding, uninviting

Antonyms: amiable

Example Sentence:

His grim expression shocked everyone.


● REPULSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (प्रतिकारक):  revolting

Synonyms: disgusting, abhorrent

Antonyms: delightful, pleasant

Example Sentence:

He was utterly repulsive to her.

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