HINDU Editorial Vocabulary 14 March 2020

By | March 14, 2020

HINDU Editorial Vocabulary 14 March 2020 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.

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HINDU Editorial Vocabulary 14 March 2020

  1. crowds and spectacle pose a real threat to public
  2. whatever the immunity innate to sportspersons
  3. protection against a malevolent virus
  4. but with the grim march of COVID-19
  5. needed both the heft of a vociferous crowd
  6. would have thronged team hotels
Word Meaning & Synonyms
spectacle

noun

Meaning : an event or scene regarded in terms of its visual impact.

Synonyms : sight, vision, view

innate

adjective

Meaning : inborn; natural.

Synonyms : inborn, natural

malevolent

adjective

Meaning : having or showing a wish to do evil to others.

Synonyms : malicious, spiteful

grim

adjective

Meaning : very serious or gloomy.

Synonyms : stern, forbidding

heft

verb

Meaning : lift or carry (something heavy).

Synonyms : heave, hoist

throng

verb

Meaning : flock or be present in great numbers.

Synonyms : rush, stream, flock

 The Hindu Wordlist 14 March 2020

  1. A week of chaos, confusion
  2. NYT report on riots flayed by IPS Association
  3. SEPT routs Falcons
  4. Mountaineering fraternity in State staring at steep losses
  5. Places of worship in city put up squeaky clean look
Word Meaning & Synonyms
chaos

noun

Meaning : complete disorder and confusion.

Synonyms : disorder, disarray

flay

verb

Meaning : criticize severely and brutally.

Synonyms : criticize, attack

rout

noun

Meaning : a disorderly retreat of defeated troops.

Synonyms : retreat, flight

fraternity

noun

Meaning : friendship and mutual support within a group.

Synonyms : brotherhood, fellowship

squeaky

adjective

Meaning : having or making a high-pitched sound or cry.

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