The Hindu Editorial Daily Vocabulary Booster 22 January 2019

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The Hindu Editorial Daily Vocabulary Booster 22 January 2019

Sr No. Word Meaning Synonyms Usage
1 ARMISTICE An agreement made by opposing sides in a war to stop fighting for a certain time Truce, Ceasefire The German government signed an armistice with the Allies.
2 CREDIBLE Able to be believed; Convincing Acceptable,
Only a few people found her story credible.
3 CRUX The decisive or most important point at issue Heart, Essence The crux of the matter is that attitudes have not changed yet.
4 DENUCLEARISATION To remove nuclear arms from;
Prohibit the use of nuclear arms in
Denuclearization is a word dominating the headlines in the U.S. media.
5 DISMANTLING Take a machine or structure to pieces Deconstruct,
The army began to dismantle the engines.
6 GAMBIT An act or remark that is calculated to gain an advantage, especially at the outset of a situation Scheme, Plan,
The resignation was a tactical gambit.
7 GOODWILL Friendly, helpful, or cooperative feelings or attitude Benevolence,
They allowed him to keep the extra money as a gesture of goodwill.
8 GORED Pierce, Stab Puncture,
The player was gored to death by charging bulls.
9 IMBROGLIO An extremely confused, complicated, or embarrassing situation Complication,
The curious imbroglio
deceived the members of both the parties alike.
10 IMPASSE A situation in which no progress is possible, especially because of disagreement;
A deadlock
Impasse in negotiations should be broken as early as possible otherwise our company will begin to face immense amount of losses.
11 INNUMERABLE Too many to be counted Countless, Manifold The innumerable stars enlighten the sky.
12 INSEPARABLE Unable to be separated or treated separately Indivisible,
Research and higher education seem inseparable.
13 INTRINSIC Belonging naturally Inherent,
A mother’s love is something that is intrinsic.
14 LEDGER A book or other collection of financial accounts Book,
The general ledger holds all the financial information used to create the income statement and balance sheet.
15 ORDEAL A very unpleasant and prolonged experience Trial, Tribulation, Test, The ordeal doesn’t seem to last soon.
16 PRE-EMPTIVE Serving or intended to pre-empt or forestall something, especially to prevent attack by disabling the enemy;
denoting a bid, typically an opening bid
But the political protest song failed to make a pre-emptive strike.
17 PREVARICATE Speak or act in an evasive way Hedge, Fence The actor seemed to prevaricate when journalists asked pointed questions.
18 RAMPAGE Move through a place in a violent and uncontrollable manner Riot, storm Stone-pelting mobs rampaged through the streets.
19 RAPPROACHMENT An establishment or resumption of harmonious relations Reconciliation,
There were signs of a growing rapprochement between the two political parties.
20 RECIPROCATE Respond to a gesture or action by making a corresponding one. Requite, Return The favour was reciprocated on time.
21 RHETORIC The art of effective or persuasive speaking or writing, especially the exploitation of figures of speech and other compositional techniques Oratory,
All we have from the Government is empty rhetoric.
22 SPECTATOR A person who watches at a show, game, or other event Onlooker,
Around fifteen thousand spectators came to watch the concert.
23 STALEMATE A situation in which further action or progress by opposing or competing parties seems impossible. Deadlock,
Last time we played the game and it ended up in stalemate.
24 TANGIBLE Perceptible by touch Palpable,
Material, Physical
We cannot accept his findings without tangible evidence.
25 UNPREDICTABILITY Inability to be predicted Changeability The unpredictability of the situation made it even worse.

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