HINDU Editorial Wordlist 28 April 2017- English Vocabulary pdf

HINDU Editorial Wordlist 28 April 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 28 April 2017 pdf download

  1. Auto drivers fleecing passengers
  2. IITs as accreditation agency under study
  3. Jawans’ bodies were not mutilated: Centre
  4. The capricious macaron
  5. Disgruntled leaders flex muscles; seek Amit Shah’s intervention
 

Word

Meaning & Synonyms
fleecing

verb

Meaning: obtain a great deal of money from (someone), typically by overcharging or swindling them.
Accreditation

noun

Meaning: the action or process of officially recognizing someone as having a particular status or being qualified to perform a particular activity.
mutilated

verb

Meaning: inflict a violent and disfiguring injury on.

Synonyms: disfigure, cut to pieces, cut up, hack up, butcher, dismember

capricious

adjective

Meaning: given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behaviour.

Synonyms: inconstant, changeable, variable, unstable, mercurial, volatile, erratic

Disgruntled

 adjective

Meaning: angry or dissatisfied.

Synonyms: discontented, aggrieved, resentful, fed up, displeased,

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HINDU Editorial Wordlist 28 April 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. The last few months have been a chastening spell for the Board of Control
  2. It was mooted against the will of other cricket-playing nations
  3. The BCCI’s was a lone dissenting voice, and it is a matter of regret that it remains narrowly obsessed
  4. India, cricket is also periodically convulsed with anxiety about the very survival
  5. existing malaria intervention measures will have to be used in conjunction to reduce the incidence of the disease.
WordMeaning & Synonyms
chasten

verb

Meaning: (of a reproof or misfortune) have a restraining or moderating effect on.

Synonyms: , humble, cow, squash, deflate, flatten

moot

verb

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

Synonyms: broach, mention, put forward, introduce, advance, present

obsessed

verb

Meaning:(preoccupy or fill the mind of (someone) continually and to a troubling extent.

synonyms: possess, haunt, consume, plague, torment, hound, bedevil,

convulsed

adjective

Meaning: suffer violent involuntary contraction of the muscles, producing contortion of the body or limbs.

Synonyms: shake uncontrollably/violently, go into spasms, shudder, jerk, thrash about;

conjunction

noun

Meaning: the action or an instance of two or more events or things occurring at the same point in time or space

Synonyms: co-occurrence, concurrence, coincidence, coexistence,

Here, we are providing HINDU Editorial Wordlist, The HINDU daily Wordlist, Editorial column word meanings and synonyms in pdf format also. Candidates can download the pdf from the link given.

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