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The Hindu Editorial Daily Vocabulary Booster 9 January 2019
|1.||ADEQUATELY||To a satisfactory or acceptable extent||The book is adequately illustrated by the author.|
|2.||AMENDMENT||A minor change or addition designed to improve a text, piece of legislation||The existing laws in our country need amendment.|
|3.||ARGUABLE||Open to disagreement; Not obviously correct||It is a highly arguable assumption.|
|4.||BREACH||An act of breaking or failing to observe a law, agreement, or code of conduct||The breach of confidence was very hurtful.|
|5.||CONSEQUENTIAL||Following as a result or effect;
|The breach of confidence and the consequential withdrawal of funds has caused great loss.|
|6.||COUP||A sudden, violent, and illegal seizure of power from a government;
An instance of successfully achieving something difficult
|The last elected government was overthrown in a military coup.|
|7.||DIVESTING||Deprive someone of power, rights, or possessions;
Rid oneself of a business interest or investment
|The company is divesting itself of some of its assets.|
|8.||ENACT||Make a bill or other proposal law;
Put into practice an idea or suggestion
|The new legislation was enacted to attract the foreign companies.|
|9.||INCAPACITY||Physical or mental inability to do something or to manage one’s affairs||He was sacked either because of his incapacity or his misbehaviour.|
|10.||INSULATE||Protect something by interposing material that prevents the loss of heat or the intrusion of sound;
Protect someone or something from unpleasant influences or experiences
|The room was well insulated to not allow outside cold to get in.|
|11.||INTERIM||The intervening time;
|The interim budget was announced yesterday.|
|12.||INTRIGUING||Arousing one’s curiosity or interest;
|The story-line of the film is very intriguing.|
|13.||MANOEUVRE||A movement or series of moves requiring skill and care
a carefully planned or cunning scheme or action
|The shady financial manoeuvres received extensive criticism.|
|14.||MINDFUL||Conscious or aware of something;
Inclined or willing to do something
|He came home on time, mindful of his obligations towards his family.|
|15.||PARITY||The state or condition of being equal, especially as regards status or pay||Pay parity between the genders has always been an issue of debate.|
|16.||QUANTIFIABLE||Able to be expressed or measured as a quantity||The data used was quantifiable.|
|17.||RATTLED||Make someone nervous, worried, or irritated;
Make or cause to make a rapid succession of short, sharp knocking sounds
|Rattled by his presence, she returned quickly from the party.|
|18.||REINSTATE||Restore someone or something to their former position or state||He was reinstated as the chief minister on 2nd of January.|
|19.||RESTRAIN||Prevent someone or something from doing something;
Keep under control or within limits
|We need to restrain our expenditure on wasteful things.|
|20.||SCRUTINY||Critical observation or examination.||The panel members had to face scrutiny after their biased judgement.|
|21.||SOLELY||Not involving anyone or anything else;
|I was solely responsible for the arrangements.|
|22.||STRIPPING||Remove all coverings from;
Deprive someone of rank, power, or property
|He was stripped off his badges after the charges of sedition.|
|23.||UNAPOLOGETIC||Not acknowledging or expressing regret||Her unapologetic behaviour shocked everybody.|
|24.||UNCONDITIONALLY||Without conditions or limits||Parents are only people who love us unconditionally.|
|25.||VIGILANCE||The action or state of keeping careful watch for possible danger or difficulties||Security jobs demand long hours of vigilance.|
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