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September 28, 2017

English Vocabulary from "The Hindu News Paper" - 28th September 2017


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Hai Friends I'm Kani. Here I'm sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of Today's Hindu News Paper dated 28th September 2017. Happy reading :)

Note : Click on the titles to read the Editorials 
  • Consent - permission to do something
  • Verdict - an official judgment made in a court
  • Notion - knowledge or understanding of something
  • Acquitting - to state officially that someone is not guilty of the crime they were accused of
  • Conclude - to decide that something is true after looking at all the evidence you have
  • Rationale - the set of reasons that something such as a plan or belief is based on
  • Debatable - something that is debatable is not certain because it is possible for people to have different opinions about it
  • Unsettling - something that is unsettling makes you feel nervous, confused, or upset
  • By and large - used for referring to something in a very general way
  • Vital - very important, necessary, or essential
  • Testimony - a formal statement about something that you saw, know, or experienced, usually given in a court of law
  • Corroborate - to support what someone says by giving information or evidence that agrees with them
  • Manifesting - to show something clearly, through signs or actions
  • Trauma - a bad experience that makes you feel very upset, afraid, or shocked
  • Disorientation - a state of mental confusion
  • Victim - ssomeone who has been harmed, injured, or killed as the result of a crime
  • Gave credence - to believe that something is true
  • Comprehend - to understand something
  • Unreasonable - not fair
  • Conviction - a decision by a court of law that someone is guilty of a crime
  • Imprisonment - the punishment of being put into prison (jail)
  • Verdict -  an official judgment made in a court
  • Platitudinous - (of a remark or statement) used too often to be interesting or thoughtful
  • Moralising - to tell people how they should behave, because you believe that your own opinion of right and wrong is the correct one
  • Distinguish - to recognize the differences between things
  • Defendant - someone who has been accused of a crime and is on trial
  • Indefensible - too bad to be protected from criticism
  • Feeble - not strong enough to be seen or heard clearly
  • Hesitation - a pause before doing something, or a feeling that you should not do it, especially because you are nervous, embarrassed, or worried
  • Negation - the act of saying no
  • Sweeping -  not based on specific facts or details and therefore not completely accurate or fair
  • Blaming - to say or think that someone or something is responsible for an accident, problem, or bad situation
  • Degenerative - gradually getting worse
  • Offence - a crime or illegal activity for which there is a punishment
  • Given to something - having the tendency to do something
  • Adventurism - the willingness to take risks
  • Regressive - relating to behaviour that is not responsible or controlled
  • Uncommon - unusual, rare, or not happening often
  • Insinuate - to say something unpleasant in an indirect way
  • Inherent - an inherent quality is a basic or essential feature that gives something its character
  • Tangential - only slightly related to what you are doing, discussing, or thinking about
  • Theorising - to develop ideas to explain something
Hindu Editorial Topic 2 : "Repeat and repent — On Obamacare repeal"
  • Repent - to recognize that you have done something wrong and to feel ashamed and sorry about it
  • Repeal - to state officially that a law no longer has legal authority and has ended
  • Incoherence - the quality of being illogical, inconsistent, or unclear
  • Concerted - involving a lot of people or organizations working together in a determined way
  • Landmark - a major event or achievement that marks an important stage in a process and makes progress possible
  • Reform - a change that is intended to correct a situation that is wrong or unfair, or make a system work more effectively
  • Garner - to collect or obtain a large amount of something useful or important
  • Senate - the more senior part of the US Congress
  • Tenet - a principle, or a belief
  • Deregulation - to remove national or local government controls or rules from a business or other activity
  • Conservative - not willing to accept much change, especially in the traditional values of society
  • Stalwarts - ver loyal supporters
  • Senator - someone who is a member of a senate
  • Reprise - to do something again
  • Libertarian - someone who believes that people should be allowed to do and think what they want
  • Notwithstanding - despite something
  • Beset - to cause someone difficulty or danger over a period of time
  • Imperative - something that is very important and urgent
  • Exacerbate - to make a problem become worse
  • Malaise - a general feeling of being worried, unhappy, or not satisfied
  • Sloganeering - the use of slogans, especially by politicians who want to communicate a simple message that people will remember
  • Embarrassing - making you feel nervous, ashamed, or stupid
  • Dismal - making you feel unhappy and without hope or enthusiasm
  • Overhaul - to completely change a system in order to make it work more effectively
  • Poised - about to do or achieve something after preparing for it
  • Suffice - to be enough
  • Squabbling - to argue with someone about something that is not important
  • Colleague - someone who works in the same organization or department as you
  • Masterfully - in a powerful way that shows ability to control others
  • Constituent - someone who lives in a constituency and is allowed to vote in elections

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