Vocabulary is an important part of English that helps you deal with all kinds of questions in objective as well as descriptive papers of various exams. In the recently concluded Teaching Exams, we witnessed that a major part of the exam was based on vocabulary. Many questions were vocab based and we can expect the same in the upcoming exams. It becomes very important to learn ample amount of words for the upcoming Government Job Exams. You can learn new words daily from our Daily Word List. Here is a list of words from daily Editorials. Learn the words and make your own sentences on the basis of the given word list.

Ecstasy for England, agony for New Zealand in a humdinger   

This wasn’t a final for the faint­hearted. It was the kind that threatened nails, fastened hearts and quadrupled pure pressure and left both players and fans gob­smacked. New Zealand scored 241 for eight, England, after thriving on Ben Stokes (84 n.o.), was bowled out for 241. The World Cup’s summit clash was tied and a super­over was needed to break the stalemate at Lord’s. The mad over As a tense Sunday evening waned, England scored 15 with Stokes and Jos Buttler having a biff against Trent Boult. And guess what? New Zealand replied with 15 too, with James Neesham clouting a six off Jofra Archer in a mad over that ended once Martin Guptill got run­out while going for the winning run. Yet, England prevailed as it had more boundaries (26) than what New Zealand (17) scored through the pulsating contest. England champions, New Zealand runners­up by a hair’s breadth. This was a game for the ages, it was a glorious amalgamation of thrills, heart­break, and tears, both from joy and soul-numbing grief. In the afternoon, on a pitch that wasn’t a featherbed, England needed its powerful openers, Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow, to lay the base. Nervous energy rippled as of his very first ball, Boult rapped Roy’s pad. The lbw claim never materialized, but Boult and Matt Henry kept luring tentative willows. One such endeavor from Henry forced Roy to nibble and England lost its marauder   

Ecstasy(noun) : परमानंद
Meaning: an overwhelming feeling of great happiness or joyful excitement.
Synonym: rapture, bliss
Antonym: misery

Agony(noun) : व्यथा
Meaning: extreme physical or mental suffering.
Synonym: pain, hurt, suffering
Antonym: Heaven, paradise

Humdinger (noun) : अच्छी या अच्छा व्यक्ति
Meaning: a remarkable or outstanding person or thing of its kind.
Synonym: ace, champion
Antonym: failure, flop

Quadrupled(verb) : चार गुना
Meaning: increase or be increased fourfold.
Synonym: tetrad, quadrivial
Antonym: unsettled, unready

Gob­smacked(adjective) : चकित
Meaning: utterly astonished; astounded.
Synonym: astonished, surprised
Antonym: unsurprised

Stalemate(Noun) : गतिरोध
Meaning: a position counting as a draw, in which a player is not in check but cannot move except into check
Synonym: delay, standoff
Antonym: advance, headway

Pulsating(verb) : स्पंदनशील 
Meaning: expand and contract with strong regular movements.
Synonym: palpitate, pulse
Antonym: stillness

Rippled(noun) : लहराना
Meaning: a small wave or series of waves on the surface of the water, especially as caused by a slight breeze or an object dropping into it.
Synonym: wavelet, wave, undulation
Antonym: roll, stream

Marauder (noun) : लूटेरा
Meaning: a person who marauds; a raider.
Synonym: raider, plunderer,
Antonym: keeper, guard