Daily The Hindu Words(24/12/2020)

 Here we present the list of Some Very Important Words and their synonyms, antonyms and uses from The Hindu 24/12/2020 edition. 

1. PROTRUDE (VERB): stick out

Synonyms: jut, project

Antonyms: sunken

Example Sentence:It was something like a fin protruded from the water.


Synonyms: disorganized muddled

Antonyms: efficient

Example Sentence:The department's shambolic accounting led to company’s downfall.

3. ALACRITY (NOUN): eagerness

Synonyms: willingness, readiness

Antonyms: apathy

Example Sentence:She accepted the invitation with pure alacrity.

4. ABJECT (ADJECTIVE): obsequious

Synonyms: grovelling, crawling

Antonyms: proud

Example Sentence:An abject apology came from his end today.

5. STIFLE (VERB): constrain

Synonyms: hinder, hamper

Antonyms: encourage

Example Sentence:High taxes were stifling private enterprise.


Synonyms: unmanageable, awkward

Antonyms: manageable

Example Sentence:Diving suits are usually cumbersome.

7. DECIPHER (VERB): decode

Synonyms: decrypt, break

Antonyms: encode

Example Sentence:Authorized government agencies can decipher encrypted telecommunications.


Synonyms: vituperative, derogatory

Antonyms: praising

Example Sentence:It was a scurrilous attack on his integrity.

9. MUFFLE (VERB): deaden

Synonyms: dull, dampen

Antonyms: loud

Example Sentence:His voice was muffled due to the distance.

10. TRANSGRESS (VERB): misbehave

Synonyms: err lapse

Antonyms: obey

Example Sentence:She had transgressed an unwritten social law.

Tanmoy Patra

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