The Hindu Newspaper Editorial Vocabulary For SSC CGL /MTS /CPO Exam 2017

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.Genesis (Noun)
Meaning: the origin or mode of formation of something.
Synonyms: origin, source, root, beginning, commencement, start, outset.
Example: A reading of Kautilya’s  Arthashastra  will help one understand the genesis of the state and how it needed to legitimise its authority through  the evolution of the police as we know it today. 


2.Abundant (adjective)
Meaningexisting or available in large quantities; plentiful.
Synonyms: plentiful, copious, ample, profuse, rich, lavish, liberal, generous, bountiful, large, huge, great, bumper, overflowing, superabundant, infinite, inexhaustible, opulent, prolific.
ExampleCrime was petty in those days, not requiring any sophisticated methods of investigation and detection. Now, it is  not only widespread and violent but also sophisticated with  the abundant use of technology.

3.Yardstick (noun)
Meaninga measuring rod a yard long, typically divided into inches., a standard used for comparison.
Synonyms: standard, measure, gauge, scale, guide, guideline, indicator, test, touchstone, barometer, specification, criterion, norm, average, benchmark, point of reference, model, pattern, rule, principle, paradigm, convention, ideal
ExampleIt is my conviction that the  police force must  address this fear in a focussed manner. It is my lament that many unenlightened governments in our country do not evaluate police performance by this yardstick.

4.Pliability (noun)
Meaningthe quality of being easily bent; flexibility.
Synonyms: flexibility, pliancy, elasticity, suppleness, malleability, plasticity, springiness, ductility.
ExampleIt is my lament that many unenlightened governments in our country do not evaluate police performance by this yardstick. Police pliability to serve political ends rates higher in their agenda.

5. Aloof (adjective)
Meaning: not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant.
Synonyms: distant, detached, unresponsive, remote,
Example “they were courteous but faintly aloof

6. Allure (noun)
Meaning: the quality of being powerfully and mysteriously attractive or fascinating.
Synonyms: attraction, lure, draw, pull, appeal, glamour
Example people for whom gold holds no allure”

7.Circumspect (adjective)
Meaning: wary and unwilling to take risks.
Synonyms: chary, guarded
Example “the officials were very circumspect in their statements”

8.Cohesive (adjective)
Meaning: characterized by or causing cohesion
Synonymsunited
Example“a cohesive social unit”

9.Shirk (verb)
Meaning: avoid or neglect (a duty or responsibility).
Synonyms: dodge, shun
Example“I do not shirk any responsibility in this matter”

10.Preoccupation (noun)
Meaningthe state or condition of being preoccupied or engrossed with something.
Synonyms: pensiveness, concentration, engrossment, absorption, self-absorption, musing, thinking, thinking of other things, deep thought, brown study, brooding.
ExampleThe strongest criticism against the police is of their preoccupation with the problems of the political party in power and those of the rich and famous.

Since, SSC MTS Exam is scheduled on 30th April, 14th May, 28th May, 4th June and 11th June 2017, You all need to understand the exam pattern and trick, approach to crack MTS exam. Click on the link below to read the exam pattern and strategy for SSC MTS Exam.  

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