The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary – Day 2

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary Day 2

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary Day 2


Stagger (Verb)

Meaning:  walk or move unsteadily, as if about to fall , astonish or deeply shock.

Synonyms: amaze, nonplus, shock, shake, wobble

Antonyms: carry on, continue, steady, stabilize

Usage: She staggered on trembling legs.

Contestation (Noun)

Meaning: the action or process of disputing or arguing.

Synonyms: argument, contention, debate, dispute, controversy

Antonyms: harmony, peace, quiet

Usage: A contestation of the police and their arrest of the man.

Glean (Verb)

Meaning: obtain (information) from various sources, often with difficulty.

Synonyms: obtain, get, take, draw, derive, extract, cull, garner, gather, reap

Antonyms: distribute, dispense, apportion, spread

Usage: If the item exists you are sure to glean some results.

Schism (Noun)

Meaning: a split or division between strongly opposed sections or parties, caused by differences in opinion or belief.

Synonyms: breakup, disagreement, discord, dissension, fissure, rift

Antonyms: agreement, closing, closure, harmony

Usage: It seems that there is a schism in the ruling party over the plan.

Mitigation (Noun)

Meaning: The action of reducing the severity, seriousness, or painfulness of something.

Synonyms: Alleviation, Reduction, Remission, Extenuation

Antonyms: Increase

Usage: Even with that lesser verdict there was plenty of mitigation.

Distraught (Adjective)

Meaning: Very worried and upset.

Synonyms: Worried, Upset, Agitated, Hysterical

Antonyms: Calm, Peaceful, Balanced, Self-Possessed

Usage: His mother’s death left him utterly distraught.

Meticulous (Adjective)

Meaning: Showing great attention to detail; very careful and precise

Synonyms: Careful, Accurate, fussy, Diligent

Antonyms: Careless, False, Sloppy, Messy

Usage: She is meticulous in her presentation of facts.

Morbidity (Noun)

Meaning: The condition of being diseased.

Synonyms: Anguish, Blues, Dejection, Despair

Antonyms: Cheer, Benefit, Comfort

Usage: morbidity compared with other health risks is unclear.

Concord (Noun)

Meaning: Agreement or harmony between people or groups

Synonyms: Agreement, Harmony, Accord, Consensus, Amity

Antonyms: Disagreement, Discord

Usage: These neighbouring states had lived in concord for centuries.

Strident (Adjective)

Meaning: Presenting a point of view, especially a controversial one, in an excessively forceful way.

Synonyms: Balant, Harsh, Raucous, Rough, Loud

Antonyms: Soft, Slient, Quiet

Usage: People are put off by his strident voice

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