The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary (Ending the forever) – 04 September, 2021

  1. Interference (noun) – intrusion, intervention, meddling, nosing around, unwarranted involvement.
  2. Impulse (noun) – (strong & sudden) urge/instinct, compulsion, need.
  3. Mount (verb) – increase, rise, intensify.
  4. Stiff (adjective) – firm, determined, resolute, strong, stubborn.
  5. Pull out (phrasal verb) – withdraw, retreat, remove, get out.
  6. Botch (verb) – to perform a task carelessly & awkwardly; to work clumsily; mishandle, mismanage, bungle, do badly, mess up/screw up.
  7. Botched (adjective) – relating to an activity/task done, performed carelessly & awkwardly.
  8. Disastrous (adjective) – terrible/horrible, shocking, unfortunate, ill-fated, detrimental.
  9. Vow (verb) – swear, pledge, promise, affirm.
  10. Meddling (noun) – unwarranted or unjustified interference/involvement.
  11. Evidently (adverb) – obviously, palpably, seemingly, apparently.
  12. Coterminous (adjective) – happening at the same period of time; be present at the same period of time; coexistent, close, alongside.
  13. Deadly (adjective) – fatal, lethal, life-threatening.
  14. Eschew (verb) – reject, avoid, deny, abstain from, refrain from.
  15. Regime (noun) – government.
  16. Paradigm (noun) – model, pattern, case in point.
  17. Beg the question (phrase) – raise a point; invite question.
  18. Interventionism (noun) – the principle of playing a part in the affairs of other countries.
  19. Non-interventionism (noun) – the principle of not playing a part in the affairs of other countries.
  20. Afar (adjective) – far away, far off.
  21. Sans (preposition) – without, minus, devoid of.
  22. Boots on the ground (phrase) – ground troops in a military operation; soldiers actively participating in a military operation.
  23. Messy (adjective) – (of a situation/condition) chaotic, confused, disorganized, difficult to deal with.
  24. Pull-out (noun) – withdrawal, departure, retreat, exit/leave.
  25. Abandonment (noun) – withdrawal, desertion, evacuation; discontinuation, termination, cessation.
  26. Lapse (noun) – decline, falling, slipping, drop, deterioration, worsening, degeneration.
  27. Orthodoxy (noun) – doctrine, belief, practice, dogma; traditionalism/conservatism.
  28. Flirtation (noun) – relationship, involvement.
  29. Outfit (noun) – group.
  30. Topple (verb) – overthrow, oust, unseat, overturn.
  31. Seek (verb) – try, aim, attempt.
  32. Influence (verb) – control, govern, regulate; pressurize, coerce, intimidate, browbeat.
  33. Shores (noun) – a country surrounded by a coast.
  34. Clandestine (adjective) – secret, hidden, furtive, stealthy.
  35. The likes of (phrase) – someone/something considered as a type.
  36. Alleged (adjective) – supposed, claimed, professed, purported, reported, ostensible.
  37. Elite (noun) – high society people; the group of most powerful people in a society; best.
  38. Inure to (phrasal verb) – to adjust/adapt to something difficult or unpleasant; accustom, habituate, familiarize; (mostly law) to take effect, to be of use, benefit to an individual.
  39. Turn someone’s heads (phrase) – to avoid paying attention to something.
  40. Preoccupation (noun) – obsession, concern, fixation, enthusiasm, interest, attention. 
  41. Advent (noun) – arrival, appearance, emergence, occurrence.
  42. Predecessor (noun) – previous holder of the post; forerunner, precursor, antecedent.
  43. Inexorable (adjective) – relentless, unstoppable, unavoidable/inevitable.
  44. Inward-focused (adjective) – inward-looking, self-centred, self-seeking, selfish.
  45. If not (phrase) – perhaps even.
  46. Clarion call (noun) – a strong request/demand/appeal for something (action) to be done.
  47. Nativist (adjective) – relating to the political policy of promoting the interests of native inhabitants against those of immigrants.
  48. Populism (noun) – policies that supposedly represent the opinions of ordinary people.
  49. Temptation (noun) – desireattraction, allurement.
  50. Meddle (verb) – interfere, intrude, intervene.
  51. Lead to (verb) – result in, cause, bring about, call forth, give rise to, produce.
  52. Lull (noun) – pause, interval, break.

Source : The Hindu Newspaper

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