HINDU Editorial Wordlist 15 June 2017- English Vocabulary pdf

HINDU Editorial Wordlist 15 June 2017 and English Vocabulary based on The Hindu daily newspaper. Here we are listed the words used in The HINDU Editorial and providing the usage of words for easy learning. So that it will become very easy to improve vocabulary and learn new words.

English Vocabulary is the deciding factor in many Examinations. It has a major contribution in scoring. Candidate can get more marks with good vocabulary skills in no time. These words may appear in Bank exams ( IBPS, SBI), SSC Recruitment Exams (CGL), Railway Recruitment , Entrance Exams (CAT, GRE) and other competitive Exams conducted by state Public service commission.

The Hindu Newspaper Daily Wordlist 15 June 2017 pdf download

  1. Chouhan says culprits won’t be spared
  2. Akhilesh bats for SP over school bags gaffe
  3. Bob Dylan accused of plagiarism in his Nobel lecture
  4. Tension palpable in Darjeeling as GJM says agitation will intensify
  5. Research station mooted at Nagayalanka
Word Meaning & Synonyms
spared

verb

Meaning: give (something of which one has enough) to (someone).

Synonyms: afford, do without, manage without, get along without

gaffe

noun

Meaning: an unintentional act or remark causing embarrassment to its originator; a blunder.

 

Synonyms: blunder, mistake, error, slip; indiscretion, impropriety,

plagiarism

noun

Meaning:   the practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own.

Synonyms: infringement of copyright, piracy, theft, stealing, poaching,

palpable

adjective

Meaning: (of a feeling or atmosphere) so intense as to seem almost tangible.

Synonyms: perceivable, visible, noticeable, appreciable, discernible

moot

verb

Meaning: raise (a question or topic) for discussion; suggest (an idea or possibility).

Synonyms: bring up, broach, mention, put forward, introduce, advance.

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HINDU Editorial Wordlist 15 June 2017 - English Vocabulary pdf

The following words are taken from today’s Paper. The Hindu editorial wordlist, vocabulary, meanings and synonyms are very helpful for the IBPS Bank PO and SSC CGL aspirants. Candidates are requested to memorize some words every day. So that it will be useful to Crack the exam.

  1. Permanent laws cannot be made in response to transient trends, especially to create a power that is open to abuse.
  2. contempt is an unwarranted and poorly thought-out response to some strident accusations of partisan functioning
  3. with many wondering whether this relic of a bygone age should be retained.
  4. A vague and subjective provision that should have no place in contempt law.
  5. Not stopping with scepticism of the claim that the electronic voting machines are invulnerable
Word Meaning & Synonyms
transient

adjective

Meaning: lasting only for a short time; impermanent.

Synonyms: transitory, temporary, short-lived, short-term, ephemeral,

strident

adjective

Meaning: (of a sound) loud and harsh; grating

Synonyms: harsh, raucous, rough, grating, rasping, jarring,

bygone

adjective

Meaning: belonging to an earlier time.

Synonyms: past, former, earlier, one-time, long-ago, gone by, previous

vague

adjective

Meaning: of uncertain, indefinite, or unclear character or meaning.

Synonyms: indistinct, indefinite, indeterminate, unclear; hazy, cloudy,

scepticism

noun

Meaning: a sceptical attitude; doubt as to the truth of something.

 

Synonyms: doubtfulness, dubiousness, a pinch of salt, lack of conviction;

 

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