The Hindu Vocabulary Analysis 23rd April, 2019

1. JETTISON (VERB): (निकाल
फ़े किा) throw overboard
Synonyms: dump, discard
Antonyms: hold, keep
Example sentence:
I will keep the good experiences and
jettison the bad ones, before I leave
this city.
2. FURNISH (VERB): (देिा) provide
Synonyms: dispense, issue
Antonyms: receive, deny
Example Sentence:
The ATM furnished the money.
3. SLEW (NOUN): (अधिक
मात्रा) abundance
Synonyms: aggregation, bunch
Antonyms: little, need
Example Sentence:
There was a slew of currency notes in
the bank.
4. DIFFIDENT (ADJECTIVE):
(शमीला) bashful
Synonyms: meek, timid
Antonyms: confident, extroverted
Example sentence:
Don’t be a diffident spectator if crime
is taking place before your very eyes.
5. ANNUL (VERB): (अन्त करिा) abolish
Synonyms: abrogate, cancel
Antonyms: allow, continue
Example sentence:
The practice of immolation had been
annulled already.
6. TRAGIC (ADJECTIVE):
(भयंकर) appalling
Synonyms: awful, deplorable
Antonyms: pleasant, wonderful
Example Sentence:
Merriam saw the tragic women of the
wards.
7. DEMURE (ADJECTIVE):
(संकोची) reserved
Synonyms: shy, reticent
Antonyms: bold, brave
Example sentence
Pankaj is a demure person.
8. INNUNDATE (VERB): (अभभभूत
करिा) have a strong emotional effect
on.
Synonyms: touch, overwhelm
Antonyms: underwhelm, unimpressed
Example sentence:
The criminal was overwhelmed with
guilt.
9. INOFFENSIVE (ADJECTIVE):
(हानिहीि) harmless
Synonyms: innocuous, pleasant
Antonyms: damaging, malicious
Example Sentence:
Shweta is an inoffensive, and sensitive
girl.
10. CONCEAL (VERB): (निपािा) hide
Synonyms: cover, lurk
Antonyms: reveal, expose
Example Sentence:
Why are you concealing your identity?

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