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The Hindu – Daily Vocabulary Words 31 January 2020
|Meanings & Synonyms||Antonyms||
|Blistering||Intense, Extremely fast, forceful, or impressive.
Savage, Vicious, Fierce, Bitter, Severe, Sharp, Harsh
|Icy, Mild||We went out in the blistering heat.|
|Camouflage||Something that is meant to hide something, or behaviour that is intended to hide the truth.
|He believed that her kindness was merely a camouflage for her real intentions.|
|Discordant||Disagreeing or incongruous.
Inharmonious, Unmelodic, Unmusical, Tuneless
|She has the difficult task of bringing together a number of discordant elements.|
|Gestational||Gestation is the period of time when something is conceived and developed.||As many as 5% of pregnant women experience gestational diabetes.|
|Outsmart||Defeat or get the better of someone by being clever or cunning.
Outwit, Out-think, Outmanoeuvre, Outplay, Be cleverer than
|You think you can outsmart me?|
|Painstakingly||With great care and thoroughness.
Careful, Conscientious, Fussy, Loving, Meticulous, Scrupulous
|The property has been painstakingly restored by its current owners.|
|Remarkable||Worthy of attention;
Striking, Extraordinary, Exceptional, Amazing, Astonishing, Astounding
|Ordinary, Commonplace, Run-of-the-mill||Nelson Mandela was a truly remarkable man.|
|Sui generis||Unique, Peculiar, Special,||Common||Fashion experts consider the entertainer’s unique sense of style to be sui generis.|
|Viability||Ability to work successfully.
|Impracticable||Rising costs are threatening the viability of many businesses.|
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