The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 30th November 2021
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Meaning: (of terms, requirements or conditions) strict, precise and precise (link to link)
Synonyms: hard, harsh, harsh
Antonyms: flexible, loose, loose
Sentence: Consultations are planned on more stringent rules before the end of the year.
Meaning: To show or show insensitive and cruel disregard to others. (hard)
Synonyms: heartless, ruthless, careless
Antonyms: kind, kind, affectionate
Sentence: His harsh remarks about the murder left me stunned
Meaning: physical weakness, especially as a result of illness. (weakness)
Synonyms: weakness, weakness, exhaustion
Antonyms: strength, hardness, sturdiness
Sentence: He had to face repeated sufferings of both physical and mental infirmities throughout his life.
Meaning: To leave. (discard)
Antonyms: allow, continue, keep
Meaning: lacking comfort or grace. (Clumsy)
Synonyms: weird, elegant, graceless
Antonyms: beautiful, elegant, urban
Sentence: Ruffled Cupcakes It would be a little awkward waking up with a baby dressed in a pink dress.
Meaning: knotted (complicated)
Synonyms: complicated, complicated, difficult
Antonyms: Simple, Simple, Easy
Sentence: After going for a swim, the girl’s hair was always tangled and difficult to comb.
Meaning: superior to arrogance and contemptuous. (Proud)
Synonyms: arrogant, arrogant, arrogant
Antonyms: shy, polite, polite
Sentence: There was a soft tone in the arrogant woman’s voice.
Meaning: Invalid. (irregularity)
Synonyms: nullify, nullify, defeat
Antonyms: to cancel, approve, validate
Sentence: The goal of the discussion was to repeal the Tariff Act of 1832.
Meaning: done or shown openly. (Revealed)
Synonyms: public, open, clear
Antonyms: private, secret, uncertain
Sentence: U.S. The law has been struck down by the Supreme Court.
Meaning: relating to or affecting the fundamental nature of something. (Original)
Synonyms: original, original, original
Antonyms: unimportant, secondary, non-essential
Sentence: New South Wales has undergone five radical changes since 1870