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The Hindu Editorial Daily Vocabulary Booster 11 January 2019
|1.||AFTERMATH||The consequences or after-effects of a significant unpleasant event||Fallout, backwash,trail, wake,||The food prices soared in the aftermath of the floods.|
|2.||AUTONOMOUS||Of a country or region having the freedom to govern itself or control its own affairs||Self-governing, independent, sovereign, free, self-ruling,
|The federation included seventeen autonomous republics.|
|3.||DEMONETISATION||The withdrawal of a coin, note, or precious metal from use as legal tender||The demonetisation of the currency caused a lot of chaos in the capital.|
|4.||HAMSTRUNG||Cripple a person or animal by cutting their hamstrings;
Severely restrict the efficiency or effectiveness of
|Cripple, lame, hock, disable, handicap||We were hamstrung by a total lack of knowledge on the topic to be presented.|
|5.||INDEFINITELY||For an unlimited or unspecified period;
To an unlimited or unspecified degree or extent
|Forever, perpetually||Diplomatic talks cannot go on indefinitely.|
|6.||NASCENT||Just coming into existence and beginning to display signs of future potential||Budding, developing, growing||The economic situation of the country is still in a nascent stage.|
|7.||OSTENSIBLY||As appears or is stated to be true, though not necessarily so; Apparently||Apparently, seemingly||The secretary resigned ostensibly from ill health.|
|8.||PIVOTAL||Of crucial importance in relation to the development or success of something else||Central, crucial, vital, critical,
|China plays a pivotal role in the world economy.|
|9.||REBUFFS||Reject someone or something in an abrupt or ungracious manner||Reject, refuse||She rebuffed his proposal.|
|10.||TEMPTATION||The desire to do something, especially something wrong or unwise||Desire, urge, itch, impulse,||I resisted the temptation of eating ice-creams in the cold weather.|
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