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January 13, 2018

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary - 13th January 2018

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Hai Friends I'm Kani. Here I'm sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of The Hindu News Paper dated 13th January 2018. Happy reading :)

Note : Click on the title to read the Editorial from the HINDU News Paper

Hindu Editorial Topic : "Judiciary in turmoil"
  • Judiciary - the part of government that consists of all the judges and courts in a country
  • Turmoil - a state of confusion, uncertainty, or disorder
  • Misfortune - bad luck, or an unlucky event
  • Rift - a serious disagreement that separates two people who have been friends and stops their friendship continuing
  • Inexorable - continuing without any possibility of being stopped
  • Full-blown - completely developed
  • Crisis - a time of great disagreement, confusion, or suffering
  • Momentous - very important because of effects on future events
  • Expose - to deliberately make something publicly known because you believe that it is wrong or illegal
  • Unprecedented - never having happened or existed in the past
  • Dissension - arguments and disagreement, especially in an organization, group, political party, etc
  • Echelon - one of the levels of status or authority in an organization, or the people at that level
  • Revolt - if a large number of people revolt, they refuse to be controlled or ruled, and take action against authority, often violent action
  • Regardless - despite; not being affected by something
  • Dispute - an argument or disagreement, especially an official one
  • Administrative - relating to the management of a company, organization, or institution
  • Reverberations - effects that spread and affect a lot of people
  • Subside - if a condition subsides, it becomes less strong or extreme
  • Ample - more than enough
  • Ferment - a state of confusion, change, and lack of order or fighting
  • Reveal - to make known or show something that is surprising or that was previously secret
  • Grievance - a complaint or a strong feeling that you have been treated unfairly
  • Perception - a belief or opinion, often held by many people and based on how things seem
  • Disregard - the fact of showing no care or respect for something
  • Convention - a large formal meeting of people who do a particular job or have a similar interest
  • Far-reaching - something far-reaching has a great influence on many people or things
  • Consequence - a result of a particular action or situation, often one that is bad or not convenient
  • Ominous - suggesting that something unpleasant is likely to happen
  • Depart from something - to be different from the usual or expected way of doing or thinking about something
  • Integrity - the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles that you refuse to change
  • Deliberation - considering or discussing something
  • Played out - to develop or end in a particular way
  • Outbreak - a time when something suddenly begins
  • Conflict - an active disagreement between people with opposing opinions or principles
  • Controversial - causing disagreement or discussion
  • Allege - to say that someone has done something illegal or wrong without giving proof
  • Delineate - to describe something very exactly
  • Eventually - at the end of a process or period of time in which many things happen
  • Overturn - to change a legal decision
  • Exercise - an action or actions intended to improve something or make something happen
  • Roster - a list of people's names, often with the jobs they have been given to do
  • Compelling - if a reason, argument, etc. is compelling, it makes you believe it or accept it because it is so strong
  • Exception - to not treat someone or something according to the usual rules
  • Accused - the person who is on trial in a law court
  • Discharge - to allow someone officially to leave somewhere, especially a hospital or a law court
  • Concern - a worried or nervous feeling about something, or something that makes you feel worried
  • Squarely - directly and firmly
  • Address - to give attention to or deal with a matter or problem
  • Dispel - to remove fears, doubts, and false ideas, usually by proving them wrong or unnecessary
  • Misgiving - a feeling of doubt or worry about a future event
  • Steadfastly - strongly and without stopping
  • Conflict - an active disagreement between people with opposing opinions or principles
  • Profess - to state something, sometimes in a way that is not sincere
  • Inexplicably - unable to be explained or understood
  • Deem - to consider or judge something in a particular way
  • Rather than - used for saying that one thing is preferred to another or happens instead of another
  • Brush away - to refuse to accept or listen to something that someone says
  • Convene - to bring together a group of people for a meeting, or to meet for a meeting
  • Protest - a strong complaint expressing disagreement, disapproval, or opposition
  • Cloud - to make someone confused, or make something more difficult to understand
  • Drastic - (especially of actions) severe and sudden or having very noticeable effects
  • Fester - if an argument or bad feeling festers, it continues so that feelings of hate or lack of satisfaction increase
  • Exhaust - to use or consider all the possible ways of doing something
  • Posterity - the people who will exist in the future
  • Aberration - a temporary change from the typical or usual way of behaving
  • Precedent -an action, situation, or decision that has already happened and can be used as a reason why a similar action or decision should be performed or made
  • Discomfited - to make someone feel uncomfortable, especially mentally
  • Rift - a serious disagreement that separates two people who have been friends and stops their friendship continuing
  • Diminish - to reduce or be reduced in size or importance
  • Illumine - to make something clear and easier to understand
  • Introspection - the process of carefully examining your own feelings, thoughts, and ideas
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