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The Hindu Editorial Daily Vocabulary Booster 24 December 2018
|1.||ACQUIT||Free someone from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty||The convict was acquitted by the court as not guilty.|
|2.||APPORTION||Assign||The manager apportioned the entire blame on the team.|
|3.||EXONERATION||The action of officially absolving someone from blame||The exoneration of the scamster was very disappointing.|
|4.||EXTRAJUDICIAL||Not legally authorized||The government carried out extrajudicial executions last year.|
|5.||GRAPPLE||Struggle to deal with or overcome a difficulty or challenge||The family has been long grappling with financial problems.|
|6.||HOSTILE||Showing or feeling opposition or dislike;
|The audience was very hostile.|
|7.||INADEQUATE||Insufficient for a purpose||His efforts for clearing the exam seem inadequate.|
|8.||INFUSE||Fill or pervade||The government is considering infusing capital into the public sector banks.|
|9.||OMNIBUS||A volume containing several books previously published separately||He recently bought the omnibus of the trilogy.|
|10.||OVERTONE||A subtle or subsidiary quality, implication, or connotation||The decision will have political overtones.|
|11.||PROSECUTE||Conduct legal proceedings against a person or organization||They will be prosecuted for breaking the laws.|
|12.||PRUDENT||Acting with or showing care and thought for the future||She was prudent enough to not take such immature financial decisions.|
|13.||RESTRICTIVE||Imposing restrictions on someone’s activities or freedom||The company was restrictive of its employees to use excess data in office.|
|14.||SEMBLANCE||The outward appearance or apparent form of something, especially when the reality is different.||The ceasefire brought about a semblance of peace in the country.|
|15.||SUSPECT||Believe or feel that someone is guilty of an illegal act without certain proof.||The trespassers were suspected of the crime.|
|16.||SUSPICION||A feeling or thought that something is possible or true||I had a suspicion that they were secretly dating.|
|17.||TRIUMPHALISM||It is the attitude or belief that a doctrine, religion, culture, or social system is superior to and should triumph over all others||It is foolish to use the language of triumphalism in this era.|
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