HINDU Editorial Vocabulary 15 December 2018

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HINDU Editorial Vocabulary 15 December 2018 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 15 December 2018

  1. President must reinstate Wickremesinghe
  2. unfolding of the crisis set off by Mr. Sirisena
  3. At one point the President prorogued Parliament
  4. legislature in an interim order.
  5. Appeal seeking a writ of quo warranto
  6. he had an unfettered right to dissolve Parliament
  7. in order to justify his bizarre actions
  8. Prime Minister will solve the current imbroglio.
  9. Negative signals: on falling inflation rates
  10. The days when inflation could topple governments
  11. now in deflationary territory
  12. have more room for manoeuvre in the matter of interest rates.
  13. the cartelised agricultural marketing system
WordMeaning & Synonyms
reinstate

verb

Meaning: restore (someone or something) to their former position or state.

Synonyms: reinstitute, reinstall, rehabilitate, re-establish

set off

phrasal verb

Meaning: begin a journey.

Synonyms: leave, depart, embark

prorogue

verb

Meaning: discontinue a session of (a parliament or other legislative assembly) without dissolving it.
interim

adjective

Meaning: in or for the intervening period; provisional.

Synonyms: provisional, temporary, pro tem, stopgap, short-term, fill-in, caretaker, acting,

quo warranto 

noun

Meaning: a writ or legal action requiring a person to show by what warrant an office or franchise is held, claimed, or exercised.
unfettered 

adjective

Meaning: not confined or restricted.

Synonyms: unrestrained, unrestricted, unconstrained, free, unbridled

bizarre 

adjective

Meaning: very strange or unusual.

Synonyms: strange, peculiar, odd, funny, curious, offbeat, outlandish, eccentric

imbroglio 

noun

Meaning: an extremely confused, complicated, or embarrassing situation.

Synonyms: complication, complexity, problem, difficulty, predicament

inflation 

noun

Meaning: the action of inflating something or the condition of being inflated.
topple 

verb

Meaning: overbalance or cause to overbalance and fall.

Synonyms: all, tumble, overturn, overbalance, tip, keel, drop, pitch, plunge

deflationary 

adjective

Meaning: characterized by or tending to cause economic deflation.
manoeuvre 

noun

Meaning: a movement or series of moves requiring skill and care.

Synonyms: operation, exercise, activity, move, movement, action

cartelize 

verb

Meaning: (of manufacturers or suppliers) form a cartel in (an industry or trade).

The Hindu Wordlist 15 December 2018

  1. Rejuvenating bath
  2. Krishna braces for Phethai
  3. Idyllic setting
  4. TMC factional feud comes out in open
  5. Inderjeet Singh exonerated
  6. Rain curtails opening day’s play
  7. Paine’s men can claim opening day’s bragging rights
WordMeaning & Synonyms
rejuvenate

verb

Meaning: make look or feel better, younger, or more vital.

Synonyms: revive, revitalize, renew, regenerate, restore,

brace

noun

Meaning: a device fitted to something, in particular a weak or injured part of the body, to give support.

Synonyms: support, caliper, truss

idyllic

adjective

Meaning: like an idyll; extremely happy, peaceful, or picturesque.

Synonyms: perfect, ideal, idealized, wonderful, blissful, halcyon, happy

feud

verb

Meaning: be engaged in a prolonged and bitter quarrel or dispute.

Synonyms: quarrel, fight, argue, bicker, squabble, dispute, clash, differ

exonerate

verb

Meaning: absolve (someone) from blame for a fault or wrongdoing.

Synonyms: absolve, clear, acquit

curtail

Verb

Meaning: reduce in extent or quantity; impose a restriction on.

Synonyms: decrease, lessen, diminish

bragging

adjective

Meaning: exhibiting or characterized by excessive pride or boastfulness.

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