HINDU Editorial Vocabulary 27 July 2020

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HINDU Editorial Vocabulary 27 July 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 27 July 2020

  1. Scandalising as contempt
  2. higher judiciary should not really be expending
  3. courts should ignore every allegation or innuendo
  4. strident questioning of the court’s ways
  5. so that the “blaze of glory” around judges
  6. England abolished the offence of “scandalising the court” in 2013
  7. judges are not expected to disclose the reason for recusing themselves
Word Meaning & Synonyms
scandalize

verb

Meaning:  shock or horrify (someone) by a real or imagined violation of propriety or morality.

Synonyms: shock, appal, outrage

contempt

noun

Meaning:  the offence of being disobedient to or disrespectful of a court of law and its officers.

Synonyms: disrespect, disregard, slighting, neglect

expend

verb

Meaning:  spend or use up (a resource such as money or energy).

Synonyms: spend, pay out, lay out, disburse

innuendo

noun

Meaning:  an allusive or oblique remark or hint

Synonyms: insinuation, implication, hint, suggestion

strident

adjective

Meaning:  loud and harsh; grating.

Synonyms: raucous, rough, grating, rasping

blaze

noun

Meaning:  a very large or fiercely burning fire.

Synonyms: fire, flames, conflagration

abolish

verb

Meaning:  formally put an end to (a system, practice, or institution).

Synonyms: put an end to, do away with, get rid of, scrap

recuse

verb

Meaning:  challenge (a judge, prosecutor, or juror) as unqualified to perform legal duties

Synonyms: reject,  disqualify

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