Today’s Word from The Hindu
•Meaning: Causing disapproval or protest
•Synonym: abhorrent, abominable, disgusting
•Antonym: decent, agreeable, delightful
•Sentence:The Chapel was stripped of the obnoxious ornaments, and other damage done.
•Meaning: The act of altering something secretly or improperly
•Synonym: interference, interrupting, snooping
•Antonym: uninterested, facilitate, retreat
•Sentence:What good did an outsider ever get by meddling in a love affair
•Meaning: Apparently reasonable and valid, and truthful
•Synonym: conceivable, credible, persuasive
•Antonym: improbable, unbelievable, untenable
•Sentence:He hastened to soothe his feelings with a plausible explanation.
•Meaning: Making great mental demands; hard to comprehend, solve or believe
•Synonym: bewildering, mystifying, perplexing
•Antonym: clear, fathomable, comprehensible
•Sentence:The pay of the soldiers remained to Washington a baffling problem.
•Meaning: The opening of a subject to widespread discussion and debate
•Synonym: circulation, propagation, dissipation
•Antonym: collection, gathering
•Sentence:When facts have been ascertained, their dissemination and acceptance is another problem
•Meaning: Hypothetical remedy for all ills or diseases; once sought by the alchemists
•Synonym: elixir, nostrum, remedy
•Antonym: disease, injury, pain
•Sentence:His faith in it as a panacea for all political trouble was as strong as ever.
•Meaning: The act of subjecting to strong attack
•Synonym: clobber, demolish, pummel
•Antonym: construct, restore, assist
•Sentence:If we had time to construct machines for battering the walls, it would be an easy business; but that is out of the question
•Meaning: Rules governing socially acceptable behaviour
•Synonym: decency, civility, politesse
•Antonym: impoliteness, discourtesy, indecency
•Sentence:Men are less inclined to certain forms of etiquette than women
•Meaning: A behavioural attribute that is distinctive and peculiar to an individual
•Synonym: eccentricity, peculiarity, idiosyncrasy
•Antonym: normality, usualness, strength
•Sentence:He was thought witty, thanks to his foible for relating a quantity of anecdotes on the reign of Louis XV.
•Meaning: A settled and monotonous routine that is hard to escape; any furrow or channel on a bodily structure or part
•Synonym: trench, corrugation, crimp
•Sentence:Town life is very distracting, if you once get into the groove.
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