The Hindu Newspaper Editorial Vocabulary For Teaching Exam

The Hindu Newspaper Editorial Vocabulary For Teaching Exam

Dear Readers, we are providing to you Word List from The HINDU Newspaper to improve your word power. It will help you to enhance your word power as well as you can understand the correct usage of the word.Your reading habit can make all the difference. If you are not able to read a newspaper for Teaching Exam.We will post important words every day from editorial section.

1. Capitulate (verb) : To surrender under certain terms
Synonyms: Surrender, Crumble ,Succumb
Use : The two countries agreed to capitulate a twenty-four hour cease fire on the holiday.

2.Squirm (verb): To move about in distress as a result of fear or shame
Synonyms: Wriggle, Fidget, Jiggle
Use: The defendant is going to squirm under the prosecutor’s intense questioning.

3.Obdurate (adjective) : Unmoved by persuasion
Synonyms: Unsympathetic , Obstinate
Use: The protesters were obdurate and did not move even when the police arrived.

4.Euphoria (noun): An excited state of joy
Synonyms: Elation, Happiness, Joy
Use : The euphoria has been politically crafted and media hyped.

5.Munificent (adjective) : Very generous
Synonyms: Generous, Bountiful, Beneficent
Use : The sizable gift card was a munificent present from my grandparents.

6.Candor (noun) : The state or quality of being frank, open, and sincere in speech or expression
Synonyms : Honesty , Truthfulness, Sincerity
Use: The politician’s candor and honesty made him the favorite candidate in the election.

7.Haggle (verb) : Dispute or bargain persistently
Synonyms: Barter, Negotiate , Quibble.
Use: Although my grandfather is quite wealthy, he will haggle to save a dollar.

8.Obviate (verb) : To prevent or eliminate
Synonyms: Preclude, Prevent, Remove
Use : We replaced the old mechanisms because we wanted to obviate any nervousness about potential breakdown.

9.Execrable (adjective) :Extremely bad or unpleasant
Synonyms: Appalling, Awful, Dreadful, Terrible
Use: When news was released of the execrable treatment of refugees in detention centers, there was a public outcry against the government entity in charge.

10.Bliss (noun): Perfect happiness
Synonyms: Joy, Pleasure, Delight
Use : As a chocolate lover, I see bliss as an endless supply of chocolate bars.

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