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The Hindu Editorial Daily Vocabulary Booster 21 December 2018
|1.||BIANNUAL||Occurring twice a year||The examination for the post of engineer is biannual.|
|2.||BLATANT||Bad behaviour done openly and unashamedly||He spoke blatant lies.|
|3.||BLEAK||Not hopeful or encouraging; unlikely to have a favourable outcome||The bleak picture of the company can be clearly seen.|
|4.||CONSULAR||Relating to the consul or consulate in a foreign city||The consular official must interview all the applicants.|
|5.||DETENTION||The action of detaining someone||The Indian national was kept in detention for six years by the Pakistani authorities.|
|6.||DETER||Discourage from doing something by instilling doubt or fear of the consequences||Stringent punishment should be given to deter locals from committing crimes.|
|7.||DISAFFECTION||A state or feeling of being dissatisfied with people in authority or a system of control||People have developed great disaffection for the corporate people.|
|8.||ESPIONAGE||The practice of spying especially by governments to obtain political and military information||The man was charged with espionage by the foreign government.|
|9.||HUMANE||Having or showing compassion or benevolence||The driver’s humane approach was much appreciated by the locals.|
|10.||HUMANITARIAN||Concerned with or seeking to promote human welfare||The humanitarian agenda of the NGO was awarded by the Government|
|11.||IMMATERIAL||Irrelevant; unimportant under the circumstances||The criminal record of the convict was immaterial.|
|The name of the student was inadvertently deleted from the records.|
The state of being confined in prison
|The justice would not be served just by his incarceration.|
|14.||INDICTMENT||A formal charge or accusation of a serious crime||The consulate was charged with indictment for espionage.|
|15.||INHIBIT||Hinder, restrain, or prevent||Extreme cold inhibited the growth of plants.|
|16.||INSURRECTION||A violent uprising against an authority or government.||The insurrection was put down by the Chinese authorities.|
|17.||ORDEAL||A very unpleasant and prolonged experience||I don’t intend to recollect your ordeal in prison.|
|18.||PRO BONO||Denoting work undertaken without charge especially legal work for a client on low income||The lawyer was representing the family pro bono.|
|19.||REPATRIATION||The return of someone to their own country||The soldier was repatriated to his country after twenty-two years in prison.|
|20.||REPEAL||Repeal or revoke||The ordinance passed by the previous chief minister was repealed by the newly elected chief minister.|
|21.||REVOKE||Officially cancel||His sentence was revoked by the authorities.|
|22.||SCATHE||Harm or injure.||He was not scathed by the fires.|
|23.||SEDITION||Conduct a speech inciting people to rebel against the authority||The comedians were charged with sedition.|
|24.||STRINGENT||Strict||The girl’s hostel had put forth some very stringent rules.|
|25.||SUBSEQUENT||Coming after something in time; following||Earthquake was subsequently followed y heavy rains.|
|26.||TRESPASS||Enter someone’s land or property without permission||Strangers should not trespass the premises.|
|27.||VENGEFUL||Seeking to harm someone in return||His actions towards the employee were vengeful.|
|28.||VINDICTIVE||Having or showing a strong or desire for revenge||The criticism was vindictive.|
|29.||WHEREABOUTS||Where or approximately where||Are you aware of her whereabouts?|
|30.||WIELDING||Have and be able to use power or influence||The minister wielded his powers to seek revenge.|
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