HINDU Editorial Vocabulary 28 December 2018

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HINDU Editorial Vocabulary 28 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 28 December 2018

  1. Snooping or saving? on proposed online surveillance
  2. Proposed rules for online monitoring should balance legitimate interest with privacy
  3. Regulations that abridge these rights tend to operate
  4. statutory norms relating to data protection
  5. The latter category evokes doubt whether they violate their freedom
  6. monitoring of computer-based information are applied have caused a furore.
  7. And it will be salutary if judicial approval is made an essential feature
  8. The country has seen a spike in political violence
  9. election seasons have been tumultuous.
  10. Opposition is trying to channel the resentment towards the government
WordMeaning & Synonyms
snoop

verb

Meaning: investigate or look around furtively in an attempt to find out something, especially information about someone’s private affairs.

Synonyms: investigate, explore, ferret

legitimate

adjective

Meaning: conforming to the law or to rules.

Synonyms: legal, lawful, licit, legalized, authorized, permitted, permissible

abridge

verb

Meaning: shorten (a book, film, speech, etc.) without losing the sense.

Synonyms: curtail, truncate, lessen, trim, crop, clip

norm

noun

Meaning: something that is usual, typical, or standard.

Synonyms: standard, usual, normal, typical, average

evoke 

verb

Meaning: bring or recall (a feeling, memory, or image) to the conscious mind.

Synonyms: elicit, induce, kindle, stimulate, stir up, awaken, arouse

furore 

noun

Meaning: an outbreak of public anger or excitement.

Synonyms: commotion, uproar, outcry, disturbance, hubbub, hurly-burly

salutary

adjective

Meaning: (especially with reference to something unwelcome or unpleasant) producing good effects; beneficial.

Synonyms: beneficial, good, advantageous, profitable, productive

spike

noun

Meaning: a thin, pointed piece of metal, wood, or another rigid material.

Synonyms: prong, barb, point, skewer, stake, spit, projection

tumultuous

adjective

Meaning: making an uproar or loud, confused noise.

Synonyms: loud, deafening, thunderous, thundering, ear-shattering

resentment

noun

Meaning: ter indignation at having been treated unfairly.

Synonyms: bitterness, indignation, irritation,displeasure, dissatisfaction

 The Hindu Wordlist 28 December 2018

  1. Will support any coalition that will give SCS: YSRCP
  2. Special Public Prosecutor gets the sack
  3. Andhra, Rayalaseema lawyers boycott work
  4. NIA gets 12-day custody of accused
  5. Yogi orders probe after bribe sting
  6. official summoned
  7. Saint Petersburg may score an encore
WordMeaning & Synonyms
coalition

noun

Meaning: a temporary alliance for combined action, especially of political parties forming a government.

Synonyms: alliance, union, partnership, affiliation, bloc, caucus

prosecutor

noun

Meaning:  a person, especially a public official, who institutes legal proceedings against someone.
boycott

verb

Meaning: withdraw from commercial or social relations with (a country, organization, or person) as a punishment or protest.

Synonyms: ban, bar, reject, veto, embargo

accused

noun

Meaning: a person or group of people who are charged with or on trial for a crime.
sting

noun

Meaning: a carefully planned operation, typically one involving deception.

Synonyms: off, con, con trick, diddle, fiddle

summon

Verb

Meaning: make an effort to produce (a particular quality or reaction) from within oneself.

Synonyms: muster, gather, collect, rally, call into action, mobilize

encore

noun

Meaning: a repeated or additional performance of an item at the end of a concert, as called for by an audience.

Synonyms: replay, repeat, repetition; curtain call

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