100 Most Important Vocabulary words Pdf The Hindu Editorial

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100 Most Important Vocabulary words Pdf The Hindu Editorial

100 Most Important Vocabulary words Pdf The Hindu Editorial

100 Most Important Vocabulary words Pdf The Hindu Editorial

 

  • Fillip (noun) – stimulus, boost, encouragement, incentive, impetus, motivation;tonic, uplift, spur, goad, prod, push, prompt.
  • Articulate (verb) – express, communicate, state, make public, announce.
  • Signatory (noun) – the one (person/party/organisation/country) which signed an official document.
  • Scuttle (verb) – destroy, wreak, scrap, make something fail; make something to fail intentionally.
  • Resilience (noun)­ toughness, ability to bounce back, strength, flexibility; ability to recover from tough time.
  • Innate (adjective) – inherent, intrinsic, natural, inborn; chronic, congenital.
  • Heed (verb) – pay attention to, take notice of, notice, take into account.
  •  Ruling (noun) – decision, pronouncement, resolution, decree; judgement, verdict.
  • Context (noun) – circumstances, conditions, surroundings, situation, environment.
  • 19. Aftermath (noun) – repercussions, after­effects, by­product; consequences, effects.
  • Portent (verb) – omen, sign, indication, forecast, prediction.
  • Crackdown (noun) – clampdown, getting tough, severe/stern measures,suppression, elimination.
  • Spectrum (noun) – range, gamut, sweep, scope; ambit, compass.
  • Bound to (adjective) – certain, sure, very likely, guaranteed
  • Status quo (noun) – the present situation, the current state, the existing state of affairs.
  • Purported (adjective) – claimed, professed, pretended; alleged, asserted.
  • Thwart (verb) – stop, impede, check, block, prevent, oppose, hinder.
  • Blunt (verb) – weaken, decrease, lessen, diminish, reduce, dull.
  • Nudge (verb) – prompt, encourage, coax, push; prod, poke, jab.
  • Bolster (verb) – support, strengthen, boost, make stronger, reinforce.
  • Flag (verb) – draw attention to; mark out, indicate, identify, point out.
  • Legacy (noun) – footprint, achievement, feat, accomplishment; something happened in the past/something that is coming from the past.
  • Hard nosed (adjective) – tough ­minded, realistic, pragmatic, practical.
  • Conundrum (noun) – problem, difficult question, vexed question, difficulty,dilemma.
  • Profound (adjective) – great, deep, extreme, acute; complex, difficult.
  • Chaos (noun) – disorder, confusion, disarray, disorganization; disruption,confusion, havoc, furore, turmoil.
  • Extremist (noun) – fanatic, sectarian, radical, fundamentalist, militant, partisan,activist.
  •  Insurgency (noun) – rebellion, revolt, uprising, outbreak, rioting.
  • Resentment (noun) – bitterness, indignation, hostility, dissatisfaction, hatred,
    resentfulness, hard/bad feelings.
  • Envisage (verb) – foresee, predict, forecast, anticipate, expect; imagine,
    contemplate, visualize, envision.
  • Predecessor (noun) – forerunner, precursor, antecedent, former.
  • Lax (adjective) – slack, negligent, remiss, careless, inattentive; soft, liberal, nonrestrictive.
  • Relinquish (verb) – renounce, give up, give away; leave, resign from; discontinue,stop.
  • Introspection (noun) – self­observation, brooding, self­analysis; contemplation,
    thoughtfulness, thinking.
  • Reiterate (verb) – repeat, say again, restate, iterate, recapitulate.
  • Explicit (adjective) – clear, direct, obvious; precise, exact, definite.
  • Cognitive (adjective) – related to the mental processes (cognition) of thinking,
  • Impinge (verb) – affect, have an effect/impact on, influence, have a bearing on.
  • Impinge (verb) – encroach on, intrude on, infringe, strike, hit, collide with.
  • Metaphor (noun) – figure of speech, figurative expression, comparison, image,
  • Emanate (verb) – emerge, flow, ensue, come out, arise; originate from; exude,
  • Ramifications (noun) – consequence, result, aftermath, outcome, effect;
  • Evasive (adjective) – avoiding, dodging, escaping, eluding.
  • Impetus (noun) – motivation, stimulus, encouragement, inspiration, boost.
  • Adept (adjective) – expert, skillful, proficient, talented; brilliant, outstanding,
  • Potent (adjective) – powerful, strong, vigorous, mighty; forceful, convincing,compelling, persuasive.
  • Persuade (verb) – convince, prompt, influence, prevail on, coax.
  • Persuade (verb) – cause, lead, move, motivate, induce.
  • Impending (adjective) – imminent, at hand, close, nearing, approaching
  • Dissident (noun) – dissenter, objector, protester, disputant; rebel, revolutionary.
  • Grievance (noun) – complaint, criticism, objection, protestation, problem, charge.
  • Unfold (verb) – narrate, reveal, make known, disclose.
  • Empower (verb) – allow, permit, authorise, entitle; emancipate, unchain, set free.
    Foster (verb) – encourage, promote, endorse, stimulate, support.
  • Vulnerable (adjective) – in danger, in peril, at risk, endangered; exposed to, wide
    open to, susceptible to, subject to.
  • Humane (noun) – compassionate, kind ­hearted, good­ natured, civilised.
  •  Maim (verb) – injure, wound, hurt, disable, impair, disfigure, deform.
  •  Undermine (verb) – subvert, weaken, impede, diminish, hinder, damage.
  • Mobilise (verb) – arouse, generate, induce, cause, bring into play, prompt.
  • Rote (noun) – without thinking, unthinking, from memory, mechanically.
  • Defiance (noun) – resistance, opposition, confrontation; non­compliance,disobedience, dissent, subversion.
  • Provision (noun) – facilities, services, amenities; funds, benefits.
  • Provision for (noun) – preparations, planning, prearrangement, arrangements.
  • Provisions (noun) – supplies, food and drink, stores.
  • Subsume (verb) – include, absorb, cover, encompass.
  • Redress (noun) – compensation, reparation, repayment; restitution, remedy.
  • Redress (verb) – rectify, correct, make right, deal with, resolve, settle.
  • Intimidation (noun) – frightening, menacing, terrifying; threatening, harassment,oppression.
  • Vicious (adjective) – brutal, harsh, violent, ruthless, heartless.
  • Revamp (verb) – renovate, reconstruct, rebuild; modernize, update, renew;reorganize.
  • Stem from (phrasal verb) – originate from, arise from, come from.
  • Apathy (noun) – lack of interest, indifference, unresponsiveness, dispassion,unconcern.
  • Pertinent (adjective) – relevant, appropriate, suitable.
  • Promulgate (verb) – make known, make public, publicize, communicate.
  • Tangible (adjective) – real, actual, substantial, well defined, clear; touchable,
  • Semblance (noun) – appearance, outward appearance, approximation
  • Outreach (noun) – the level/act of reaching out, activity, effort; activity, process
  • Engulf (verb) – affect, overwhelm; inundate, overflow, flow over.
  • Restive (adjective) – tense, restless, nervous; disorderly, out of control;
  • Prejudice (noun) – partiality, bigotry, bias, discrimination, inequity.
  •  Rebuff (verb) – reject, refuse, decline; repulse, repel, dismiss.
  • Contend (verb) – assert, acclaim, state, pronounce, insist, argue.
  • Contend for (verb) – compete, challenge; strive, struggle, fight.
  •  Contend with (verb) – cope with, face, deal with, take on; resist.
  •  Exploit (verb) – use, utilize, make use of, capitalize on; take advantage of.
  •  Sustainable (adjective) – maintainable, dependable, defensible
  • Cede (verb) – give up, surrender, concede, relinquish; handover, assign
  • Reinstate (verb) – restore, return to a former position, return to power
  • Inertia (noun) – inactivity, inaction, apathy, dullness, lethargy.
  • Detrimental (adjective) – harmful, damaging, dangerous, disastrous, adverse,
  • Subjective (adjective) – personal, irrational, individual, instinctive, intuitive.
  • Unequivocal (adjective) – unambiguous, unmistakable, indisputable; clear, well
    defined; direct, straightforward, blunt.
  • Fallout (noun) – bad effect/result, adverse effect/result.