The Hindu Editorial Daily Vocabulary Words – 10 January 2020

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The Hindu – Daily Vocabulary Words 10 January 2020


Meanings & Synonyms Antonyms


Disproportionate Too large or too small in comparison with something else


Not commensurate with, Relatively too large for, Relatively too small for, Inordinate

Proportional There are a disproportionate number of girls in the class.
Evacuation The action of evacuating a person or a place.

Clearance, Shifting, Expulsion, Deportation, Emptying, Depopulation, Desertion

Occupy, Seize, Fill, Hold, Influx The first evacuations came ten days after the disaster.
Foster Encourage the development of something, especially something desirable.


Encourage, Promote, Further, Stimulate, Advance, Forward

Neglect, Suppress, Destroy


The teacher’s task is to foster learning.
Indelibly In a way, that cannot be removed or forgotten.

Always, Eternally, Ever, Everlastingly, Evermore, Forever

Once, Never, Nevermore


The blood had left an indelible mark on her shirt.
Inferno A large fire that is dangerously out of control.

Conflagration, Fire, Holocaust

  The building was an inferno by the time the fire service arrived.
Reckon To decide the size, amount, number, or distance of something without actual measurement.

Calculate, Call, Conjecture, Estimate, Figure, Gauge

Calibrate, Measure, Scale, Compute, Work Out


I tried to reckon the size of the crowd at the stadium.
Tremendous Very great in amount, Scale, Or Intensity.

Very Great, Huge, Enormous, Immense, Colossal, Massive

Tiny, Small, Slight, Soft They were making a tremendous amount of noise last night.
Uninhabitable Place unsuitable for living in.



Habitable, Fit to live in, Fit to occupy, Usable, Liveable-in If there’s no roof, then the house is uninhabitable.
Unprecedented Never done or known before.

Unparalleled, Unequalled, Unmatched, Unrivalled

Normal, Common


The government took the unprecedented step of releasing confidential correspondence.


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