The Hindu Newspaper Editorial Vocabulary For SSC CGL /MTS /CPO Exam

The Hindu Newspaper Editorial Vocabulary For SSC CGL /MTS /CPO Exam
Dear Students, we are providing to you Vocabulary Words from The HINDU Newspaper Editorial. We suggest you read a newspaper daily. In case if you are not able to read The Hindu, we will post important words every day from editorial section. These vocab words will help you a lot in your competitive exams.

1.Polygamy (noun)
Meaning: the practice or custom of having more than one wife or husband at the same time.
Example: The Supreme Court today will begin hearing arguments in Shayara Bano v. Union of India, which has popularly come to be known as the “triple talaq case”. This case, in which the constitutional validity of certain practices of Muslim personal law such as triple talaq, polygamy, and nikah  halala has been challenged, has created political controversy across the spectrum.

2.Adjudicate (verb)
Meaning: make a formal judgement on a disputed matter., act as a judge in a competition.
synonyms: judge, adjudge, try, hear, examine, arbitrate, decide on, decide, settle, resolve, determine, pronounce on, give a ruling on, sit in judgement on, pass judgement on, give a verdict on, make a ruling on.
Example: One would expect the judges of the Supreme Court to adjudicate the constitutional validity of triple talaq (and, if they choose, of the other practices under question as well) detached from the political debate, and strictly in accordance with law. 

3.Instantaneous (adjective)
Meaning: occurring or done instantly.
synonyms: immediate, instant, on-the-spot, prompt, direct, swift, speedy, rapid, quick, expeditious, express, lightning.
Example: They draw a distinction between instantaneous talaq, or talaq-i-bidat (where divorce is complete when “talaq” is uttered three times in succession) with talaq ahasan, which requires a 90-day period of abstinence after the pronouncement, and talaq hasan, which requires  a one-month-long abstinence gap between utterances. The latter two are part of Islamic personal law, but the first one is not.

4.Tangled (adjective)
Meaning: twisted together untidily; matted.
Example: On this view, the Supreme Court need not go into tangled and messy questions involving personal law and the Constitution; it can decide the question on its own terms.

5.Jurisprudence (noun)
Meaning: the theory or philosophy of law., a legal system.
Example: Such an outcome would be an easy one for the court to achieve, and of a piece with decades of consistent jurisprudence.

6.Marauding (adjective)
Meaning: going about in search of things to steal or people to attack.
Example: In the Congress too, the leadership issue is more or less settled. Denying Chief Minister Siddaramaiah another shot at power would only weaken the party further. In any case, in the latest round of by-elections he  held his own against a marauding BJP.

7.Hierarchy (noun)
Meaning: a system in which members of an organization or society are ranked according to relative status or authority.
synonyms: pecking order, ranking, grading, ladder, social order, social stratum, social scale, class system.
Example: The Congress leadership may see a benefit in having two power centres. Karnataka 2018 might turn out to be a fight between Mr. Yeddyurappa and Mr. Siddaramaiah, but the election will be won and lost on how those lower down the hierarchy pull their weight.

8.Bonhomie (noun)
Meaning: cheerful friendliness; geniality.
synonyms: geniality, congeniality, conviviality, cordiality, affability, amiability, sociability, friendliness, warmth, warm-heartedness, good nature, good humour, joviality, cheerfulness, good cheer, cheeriness, jollity, happiness
Example: The bonhomie around the Donald Trump-Xi Jinping meet in Mar-a-Lago, U.S., in April is a pointer  to how the global order changes.  A 100-day plan to balance trade was a key outcome here  and the Forum has the potential to do the same for the Asian giants.

9.Impetus (noun)
Meaning: the force or energy with which a body moves.
synonyms: momentum, propulsion, impulsion, impelling force, motive force, driving force, drive, thrust, continuing motion.
Example: Despite their territorial dispute, strategic differences and military deployment in the South China Sea, China and Japan have just agreed to strengthen financial cooperation, and the Forum could provide an impetus to settling the border dispute between India and China.

10.Alienate verb
Meaning: make (someone) feel isolated or estranged.
synonyms: estrange, turn away, set apart, drive apart, isolate, detach, distance, put at a distance.
Example: The bold announcement should allay the apprehensions of sceptics who would have assumed that Mr. Moon may be rather soft towards the North, as well as those who feared that engaging Pyongyang could alienate the U.S. 

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