HINDU Editorial Wordlist 01 December 2018- English Vocabulary pdf

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HINDU Editorial Wordlist 01 December 2018 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 01 December 2018 pdf download

  1. Jatin, Kunal ousted
  2. NHRC notice to U.P. on lynching
  3. It’s bouquets for bristles here
  4. NGT reiterates urgency in cleaning Ganga
  5. Rahul, Kejriwal hog the limelight
  6. The cultural isolation of workspace movies
  7. All that glitters
Word Meaning & Synonyms
oust

verb

Meaning : drive out or expel (someone) from a position or place..

Synonyms: depose, topple, unseat, overthrow,

lynch

verb

Meaning: (of a group of people) kill (someone) for an alleged offence without a legal trial, especially by hanging.

Synonyms: execute, put to death, kill, murder;

bristle

verb

Meaning: be covered with or abundant in..

Synonyms: abound, swarm, teem, crawl, overflow, hum,

reiterate

verb

Meaning: say something again or a number of times, typically for emphasis or clarity.

Synonyms: restate, retell, recapitulate,

limelight

noun

Meaning: the focus of public attention.

Synonyms: prominence, exposure, hype, glare

isolation

noun

Meaning: the process or fact of isolating or being isolated.

Synonyms: quarantine;insulation, seclusion, closeting, protection,

glitters

verb

Meaning: shine with a bright, shimmering reflected light..

Synonyms: shine, sparkle, twinkle, glint, gleam, shimmer, glimmer, flicker

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HINDU Editorial Wordlist 01 December 2018 - 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. re-ignited a debate that is important
  2. freakishly imposed
  3. number of fatalities
  4. when the crime is grave and heinous
  5. denying clemency
  6. wage expansion that is robust
  7. buttress the argument
  8. to reap the demographic dividend
Word Meaning & Synonyms
ignite

verb

Meaning: arouse or inflame (an emotion or situation)..

Synonyms: arouse, kindle, trigger, spark, instigate, excite, provoke,

freakish

adjective

Meaning: markedly strange or abnormal

Synonyms: capricious, impulsive, whimsical

fatality

noun

Meaning: an occurrence of death by accident, in war, or from disease.

Synonyms: death, casualty, mortality, victim, loss

heinous

adjective

Meaning: (of a person or wrongful act, especially a crime) utterly odious or wicked.

Synonyms: odious, wicked, evil, atrocious, monstrous, disgraceful

clemency 

noun

Meaning: mercy; lenience.

Synonyms: mildness, indulgence, forbearance, quarter;

robust 

adjective

Meaning: strong and healthy; vigorous.

Synonyms: strong, vigorous, sturdy, tough, powerful,

buttress 

verb

Meaning: increase the strength of or justification for; reinforce.

Synonyms: strengthen, reinforce, fortify, support,

reap 

verb

Meaning: receive (something, especially something beneficial) as a consequence of one's own or another's actions.

Synonyms: receive, obtain, get, acquire, secure,

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