The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Download Free PDF
Sign Up on PracticeMock for Free Tests, General Awareness, Current Affairs, Exam Notifications and Updates

If you have been appearing for competitive exams, you must have realized the importance of vocabulary. A good vocabulary not only helps you to read and understand a Reading Comprehension passage fast, but it also helps you in answering other types of questions fast and with accuracy. When talking about vocabulary, the importance of The Hindu’s Editorial can’t be understated. Not only do you come across new words, phrases etc. but you will also know their meanings. While going through, the editorial you also get to know the editorial’s point of view on the latest events & happenings. To help you increase your vocab, we have come up with this Hindu Vocabulary article where we will be listing the meaning of difficult words/ phrases so that it will be easy for you to understand words & their respective meanings.

To Download Free PDFs of Hindu Editorial Vocabulary, Click Here

List of Daily Hindu Vocab- December 2023, January & February 2024

Not much time left in SSC GD Constable Exam- Take a Free Mock Test

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary– Feb 29, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
ConfirmationA statement, often written, that an arrangement or meeting is certain
Positioned To put something or someone in a particular place
DiscouragesTo try to prevent something from happening or someone from doing something, or to have the effect of making something less likely
Accusations A statement saying that someone has done something morally wrong, illegal, or unkind, or the fact of accusing someone
Lured To persuade someone to do something or go somewhere by offering them something exciting
Investigate To examine a crime, problem, statement, etc. carefully, especially to discover the truth
UnscrupulousBehaving in a way that is dishonest or unfair in order to get what you want
Availed Use, purpose, advantage, or profit
Thwarting To stop something from happening or someone from doing something
Denied To say that something is not true
Arduous Difficult, needing a lot of effort and energy
Distress A feeling of extreme worry, sadness, or pain
Entrenched Established firmly so that it cannot be changed
Protocols The system of rules and acceptable behaviour used at official ceremonies and occasions

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 28, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 28, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Unveiled To show or introduce something new or make it known publicly for the first time
Significant Important or noticeable
CensusA count for official purposes, esp. one to count the number of people living in a country and to obtain information such as age, sex, race, etc
Consumption The act of using, eating, or drinking something
Euphemism A word or phrase used to avoid saying an unpleasant or offensive word
Abandoned Left behind, or left without care and protection
Deleterious Harmful
Demonetisation To officially stop using particular notes or coins, or a particular currency
Subsequent Happening after something else
Interpreted To decide what the intended meaning of something is
Narrowing Limited to a small area of interest, activity, or thought
Compounded Something consisting of two or more different parts:
Myriad Very large in number, or having great variety
Inflation A general, continuous increase in prices
Elevated High or important
RecalibrationA change in the way you do or think about something
CompiledTo collect information from a variety of places and arrange it in a book, report, or list

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 28, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 27, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Indomitable Used to say that someone is strong, brave, determined, and difficult to defeat or frighten
Bragging To speak too proudly about what you have done or what you own
AggressionSpoken or physical behaviour that is threatening or involves harm to someone or something
Frenetic Involving a lot of excited movement or activity
Ominous Suggesting that something unpleasant is likely to happen
Superiority The fact that one person or thing is better, stronger, etc. than another
Helmed To direct or control something
Inexperienced Having little knowledge or experience
Threatened Used to describe something unpleasant or bad that someone has said might happen
Lexicon(a list of) all the words used in a particular language or subject, or a dictionary
Dynamics Forces that produce movement
TemptationThe wish to do or have something that you know you should not do or have
Abrasive Rude and unfriendly
EssentialNecessary or needed
Unbeaten Not defeated
UnhinderedWithout anyone or anything making it difficult for you to do something or for something to happen

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 27, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 26, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Definition A description of the features and limits of something
Impressive Causing someone to feel admiration or respect
Emerging Growing and developing
Reputation The general opinion that people have about someone or something
Spectacular Especially great
Formative Relating to the time when someone or something is starting to develop in character
Descent An occasion when a group of people arrive somewhere, usually suddenly or unexpectedly
Navigation The act or science of finding a way from one place to another
Confirmation A statement, often written, that an arrangement or meeting is certain
Antennae The natural ability to notice things and understand their importance
Potential Possible when the necessary conditions exist
Critical Giving or relating to opinions or judgments on books, plays, films, etc
Diversified (of a company, economy, fund, etc.) investing money in many different industries, activities, countries, etc
CollaborationThe act of working together with other people or organizations to create or achieve something

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 26, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 23, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Frontier A border between two countries
Exploration The activity of searching and finding out about something
Notion A belief or idea
Endeavours To try to do something
AugmentTo increase the size or value of something by adding something to it
Innovating To introduce changes and new ideas
Corresponding Similar to, connected with, or caused by something else
Spurring To encourage an activity or development or make it happen faster
Ambitions A strong wish to achieve something
Vitiated To destroy or damage something
Hamstrung To limit the amount of something that can be done or the ability or power of someone to do something
Adapting To change, or to change something, to suit different conditions or uses
Effecting The result of a particular influence
RegulatoryOf or relating to a person or organization whose job is to control an activity or process or to the regulations themselves

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 23, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 22, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Archaic Of or belonging to an ancient period in history
Patriarchal Relating to a patriarchy, or to the idea that men are more important than women
UnconstitutionalNot allowed by the constitution (= set of rules for government) of a country or organization
Coarse Rude and offensive
Undermines To make someone less confident, less powerful, or less likely to succeed, or to make something weaker, often gradually
DignityCalm, serious, and controlled behaviour that makes people respect you
Compensation Money that is paid to someone in exchange for something that has been lost or damaged or for some problem
Appealed A request to the public for money, information, or help
Dismissal A decision that someone or something is not important
Parity Equality, esp. of pay or position
Barriers Anything that prevents people from being together or understanding each other
Disproportionate Too great or too small when compared to something else
Abide To live or stay somewhere
Disentitlement To deprive of title, claim, or right
EnablerSomething or someone that makes it possible for a particular thing to happen or be done

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 22, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 21, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Fathom To understand someone or why someone acts as they do
Assimilate To understand and remember new information and make it part of your basic knowledge so that you can use it as your own
Optimum Best; most likely to bring success or advantage
Encourage To talk or behave in a way that gives someone confidence to do something
Fleshed To add more details or information to something
Transmitted To pass a disease from one person or animal to another
Persistent Lasting for a long time or difficult to get rid of
Sobering Making you feel serious or think about serious matters
Prevalence The fact of something existing or happening often
Screening A test or examination to discover if there is anything wrong with someone
Diagnosed To recognize and name the exact character of a disease or other problem by making an examination
Abnormal Different from what is usual or average, especially in a way that is bad
PreventTo stop something from happening or someone from doing something
Mandate The authority given to an elected group of people, such as a government, to perform an action or govern a country
Abnormalities Something abnormal, usually in the body
AssemblyThe process of putting together the parts of a machine or structure

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 21, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 20, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Symbolism The use of symbols to represent ideas, or the meaning of something as a symbol
Invalidated To prove that an opinion, argument, etc. is wrong
Fundamental Forming the base, from which everything else develops
Autonomy The right of an organization, country, or region to be independent and govern itself
CrucialExtremely important or necessary
ConclaveA private meeting at which the discussions are kept secret
Converting To (cause something or someone to) change in form or character
RaftA large amount or number of something
Repurposed To find a new use for an idea, product, or building
Offensive Used for attacking
Shrouded To hide something by covering or surrounding it
TransparencyThe characteristic of being easy to see through
Resolution An official decision that is made after a group or organization has voted
Simultaneously Happening or being done at exactly the same time
Constantly All the time or often
CombatA fight between two people or things

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 20, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 19, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Demarcate To show the limits of something:
Abstract Existing as an idea, feeling, or quality, not as a material object
SustenanceFood, or the energy and other things food provides people and animals to keep them strong and healthy
EmergedTo come to the end of a difficult period or experience
Negating To cause something to have no effect
Insurgent Someone who is fighting against the government in their own country
Convincing Able to make you believe that something is true or right
Neutralise To stop something or someone from having an effect
Enforcement The process of making people obey a law or rule, or making a particular situation happen or be accepted
Vociferously (of the way someone complains, protests, etc.) loudly and repeatedly
Sentiments A thought, opinion, or idea based on a feeling about a situation, or a way of thinking about something
Humanitarian Involved in or connected with improving people’s lives and reducing suffering
Majoritarian Governed by or believing in decision by a majority
Bogey Something that causes fear among a lot of people, often without reason
MigrationThe process of animals traveling to a different place, usually when the season changes
CommerceThe activities involved in buying and selling things
Humongous Extremely large
Priorities Something that is very important and must be dealt with before other things
ReconsiderationThe act of thinking again about a decision or opinion and deciding if you want to change it

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 19, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 16, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Undermine To make someone less confident, less powerful, or less likely to succeed, or to make something weaker, often gradually
Facilitate To make something possible or easier
BeneficiariesA person or group who receives money, advantages, etc. as a result of something else
Manifestly Very obviously
Amendment A change to a law that is not yet in operation and is still being discussed
Judgment A decision or opinion about someone or something that you form after thinking carefully
Verdicts An opinion or decision made after judging the facts that are given, especially one made at the end of a trial
Disqualification The act of stopping someone from taking part in a competition or activity, usually because a rule has been broken, or the state of having this happen to you
Conviction The fact of officially being found to be guilty of a particular crime, or the act of officially finding someone guilty
Affidavits A written statement that someone makes after promising officially to tell the truth. An affidavit can be used as proof in a law court.
Expedited To make something happen more quickly
Justification A good reason or explanation for something
Abridge To make a book, play, or piece of writing shorter by removing details and information that is not important
Unidentified (of a person or image of a person) whose name is not known
Deployment The use of something or someone in an effective way
InterimTemporary and intended to be used or accepted until something permanent exists

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 16, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 15, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Recommended Suggested as being good or suitable for a particular job or purpose, or suggested as an action that should be done
Demand To ask for something forcefully, in a way that shows that you do not expect to be refused
Pension A sum of money paid regularly to a person who has retired (= stopped working because of having reached a certain age)
PredecessorSomeone who had a job or a position before someone else, or something that comes before another thing in time or in a series
Approximately Close to a particular number or time although not exactly that number or time
Component A part that combines with other parts to form something bigger
Budgetary Related to the amount of money that is available to spend
Proportionate In correct relation to
Accumulations To gradually increase in number or amount
ContributionsPayments from a company or employee to pay for an employee’s benefits such as medical insurance or a pension
Valuation The act of deciding how much money something might be sold for or the amount of money decided on
Demolished To completely destroy a building, especially in order to use the land for something else
Equating To consider as the same, or to connect in your mind
Judgment The ability to form valuable opinions and make good decisions
Expansive Covering a large area
EstimateTo guess or calculate the cost, size, value, etc. of something

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 15, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 14, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Benchmark A level of quality that can be used as a standard when comparing other things
Durable Able to last and be used for a long time without becoming damaged
Moderating Becoming less, or causing something to become less
Monitored A person who has the job of watching or noticing particular things
Underlying Real but not immediately obvious
Nudging To move slowly and almost reach a higher point or level
Prospect The possibility that something good might happen in the future
Significantly In a way that is easy to see or by a large amount
Disquiet Worry
Particularly Especially, or more than usual
Consumption The amount used or eaten
StabilityA situation in which something is not likely to move or change
Spillover The effects of an activity that have spread further than was originally intended
Threatening Expressing a threat of something unpleasant or violent
Intensify To become greater, more serious, or more extreme, or to make something do this
Macroeconomic Of or connected with financial systems at a national level

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 14, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 13, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Legislature The group of people in a country or part of a country who have the power to make and change laws
Overshadowing To cause someone or something to seem less important or less happy
InstanceA particular situation, event, or fact, especially an example of something that happens generally
Inability Lack of ability to do something
MisleadingCausing someone to believe something that is not true
Compounding Something consisting of two or more different parts
Mischief Damage or harm, or an act that causes damage or harm
Trumpet To make people aware of something important
ExaggeratedSeeming larger, more important, better, or worse than it really is
Customary Usual
Detract To make something seem less valuable or less deserving of admiration than it really is
Propensity The fact that someone is likely to behave in a particular way, especially a bad way
Eminences The state of being famous, respected, or important
Gubernatorial Relating to a governor 
AdversariesAn enemy

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 13, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 12, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
MountedTo organize and begin an activity or event
Interventions The act or fact of becoming involved intentionally in a difficult situation
Unprecedented Never having happened or existed in the past
Suspension The act of stopping something happening, operating, etc. for some time
Privilege An opportunity to do something special or enjoyable
Resolution An official decision that is made after a group or organization has voted
Communal Belonging to or used by a group of people rather than one single person
AgendaA list of matters to be discussed at a meeting
Destruction The act of destroying something, or the fact of being destroyed
PrecinctsA division of a city or town, esp. an area protected by one police station, or a division used for elections
ParadoxicallyIn a way that seems impossible or difficult to understand because of containing two opposite facts or characteristics
Witnessed To see something happen, especially an accident or crime
Conventionally In a way that is traditional and ordinary

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 12, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 9, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Progressive Developing or happening gradually
Uniformity The quality or fact of being the same, or of not changing or being different in any way
Allowances An amount of something that you are allowed
Incursion An occasion when people suddenly involve themselves in another person’s private situation
Intrusive Affecting someone in a way that annoys them and makes them feel uncomfortable
Legitimacy The quality of being reasonable and acceptable
Mandating To give official permission for something to happen
DesertionThe act of leaving someone behind in a difficult situation
Constitution The set of political principles by which a state or organization is governed, especially in relation to the rights of the people it governs
AdoptionAccepting or starting to use something new
Promote To encourage people to like, buy, use, do, or support something
VoluntaryDone, made, or given willingly, without being forced or paid to do it
Reformed Changed and improved because of no longer doing something harmful
RegressiveReturning to a previous and less advanced or worse state or way of behaving
Prohibited To officially refuse to allow something
ConsequenceA result of a particular action or situation, often one that is bad or not convenient

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 9, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 8, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Accompanied To go with someone or to be provided or exist at the same time as something
Reprising To repeat a song, performance, or set of actions
Haunting Beautiful, but in a sad way and often in a way that cannot be forgotten
Advocated To publicly support or suggest an idea, development, or way of doing something
Hispanic A person who is from, or whose parents and grandparents are from, a Spanish-speaking country, especially one in Latin America
Surpassing Extremely great
Belated Coming later than expected
Fusion An occasion when two or more things join or are combined
Acclaim To give public approval and praise
Percussionist Musical instruments that you play by hitting them with your hand or an object such as a stick
Performance The action of entertaining other people by dancing, singing, acting, or playing music
Collaborations To work with someone else for a special purpose
Accolades Praise and approval
RecognitionAgreement that something is true or legal

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 8, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 7, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Outcomes A result or effect of an action, situation, etc
Persist To try to do or continue doing something in a determined but often unreasonable way
Stance A way of thinking about something, especially expressed in a publicly stated opinion
NeutralNot saying or doing anything that would encourage or help any of the groups involved in an argument or war
Instructive Giving useful or interesting information
Projection A calculation or guess about the future based on information that you have
Inflation A general, continuous increase in prices
Consideration The act of thinking about something carefully
Constraints Something that controls what you do by keeping you within particular limits
Borrowings To get or receive something from someone with the intention of giving it back after a period of time
Asserted To behave in a way that expresses your confidence, importance, or power and earns you respect from others
Securities Investment in a company or in government debt that can be traded on the financial markets and produces an income for the investor
Elevated High or important
Systemic A systemic problem or change is a basic one, experienced by the whole of an organization or a country and not just particular parts of it
Improved Better than before

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 7, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 6, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Conferred To talk together and exchange ideas, often with the intention of reaching a decision about something
RecipientsA person who receives something
Stimulant Something that makes or causes something else to grow or develop
ConsciousnessThe state of understanding and realizing something
Reinforce To make something stronger
ReminiscedTo talk or write about past experiences that you remember with pleasure
Ideology A theory or set of beliefs, esp. one on which a political system, party, or organization is based
LitigationThe process of taking an argument between people or groups to a court of law
SovereigntyThe power of a country to control its own government
Unanimously In a way that is agreed or supported by everyone in a group
Inaugurated To put someone into an official position with a ceremony
Euphemism A word or phrase used to avoid saying an unpleasant or offensive word
Scattered Covering a wide area
Reinforced If something reinforces an idea or opinion, it provides more proof or support for it and makes it seem true
Alliance An agreement to work with someone else to try to achieve the same thing
Consolidation The process of becoming or being made stronger and more certain
RepresentationA person or organization that speaks, acts, or is present officially for someone else

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 6, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 5, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
InterimTemporary and intended to be used or accepted until something permanent exists
Reiterated To say something again, once or several times
Consumption The amount used 
Subsidised Paid for partly by the government or another organization
Affiliated Connected with or controlled by a group or organization
Reliable Someone or something that is reliable can be trusted or believed because he, she, or it works or behaves well in the way you expect
Mechanism A way of doing something that is planned or part of a system
Implemented To start using a plan or system
Significant Important, large, or great, esp. in leading to a different result or to an important change
Promotion The act of encouraging something to happen or develop
Decentralised Used to describe organizations or their activities which are not controlled from one central place, but happen in many different places
Galvanise To cause a person or group to suddenly take action, esp. by shocking or exciting them in some way
Accommodative Willing to give someone what they want or need, or to change in order to suit them
Impeded To make it more difficult for something to happen or more difficult for someone to do something
Initiatives A new plan or process to achieve something or solve a problem

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 5, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 2, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Self-congratulatoryPraising yourself or saying how well you have done something
Replete Well supplied
Surmounted To deal successfully with a difficulty or problem
EntrepreneurshipSkill in starting new businesses, especially when this involves seeing new opportunities
Imbuing To fill something or someone with a quality or feeling
Eschewed To avoid something intentionally, or to give something up
Comprehensive Complete and including everything that is necessary
ResoundingVery great; complete
Pegging An arrangement that fixes a price, currency, etc. at a particular level
Pruning The activity of reducing the number or amount of something
Nominal In name or thought but not in fact or not as things really are
NotwithstandingDespite the fact or thing mentioned
Consolidation The process of becoming or being made stronger and more certain
Emphasised To show that something is very important or worth giving attention to
Glossed To provide an explanation for a word or phrase
Prudence Behaviour that is careful and avoids risks
Undermining To make someone less confident, less powerful, or less likely to succeed, or to make something weaker, often gradually
MomentumThe quality that keeps an event developing or making progress after it has started

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 2, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 1, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Geriatric For or relating to old people
Ambitious Having a strong wish to be successful, powerful, or rich
VictoriesAn occasion when you win a game, competition, election, war, etc. or the fact that you have won
TriumphTo have a very great success or victory
Conjured To make something appear by magic, or as if by magic
Irresistible Impossible to refuse, oppose, or avoid because it is too pleasant, attractive, or strong
Cartilage A strong, elastic type of tissue found in humans in the joints and other places such as the nose, throat, and ears
Spruce (of a person) tidy and clean in appearance
Recalibrated To change the way you do or think about something
Affirmation A statement or sign that something is true
ConsistencyThe quality of always behaving or performing in a similar way, or of always happening in a similar way
ContrastAn obvious difference between two or more things
Reputation The opinion that people in general have about someone or something, or how much respect or admiration someone or something receives, based on past behaviour or character
Burnished Having had improvements made to it
CredentialsThe abilities and experience that make someone suitable for a particular job or activity, or proof of someone’s abilities and experience

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Feb 1, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 31, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
OutlookThe likely future situation
Proxy A written document that officially gives someone the authority to do something for another person, for example by voting at a meeting for them
Transformative Causing a major change to something or someone, especially in a way that makes it or them better
AssumedTo accept something to be true without question or proof
Hobbled To limit something or control the freedom of someone
Constraints Something that controls what you do by keeping you within particular limits
Qualitatively In a way that relates to how good or bad something is
Debatable Not clear or certain because different people may have different opinions
Delinked Break the connection between (something) and something else.
Inherited To begin to have responsibility for a problem or situation that previously existed or belonged to another person
Rebound To bounce back after hitting a hard surface
Vehemently In a strong and emotional way
Commendable Deserving praise
Progressively Slowly over a period of time or a distance
Compliances Slowly over a period of time or a distance
Deregulated To remove government controls or rules from a business or other activity
Convoluted Very twisted

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 31, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 30, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Infidelity The action or state of being unfaithful
Affliction Something that makes you suffer
SomersaultsTo turn over completely, or to make something do this
Alliance An agreement to work with someone else to try to achieve the same thing
Disloyalty The fact of not supporting someone that you should support
Distant Used to describe someone who does not show much emotion and is not friendly
TurnaroundA positive change; improvement
Proclaiming To announce something publicly or officially, especially something positive
Insecure Not safe or not protected
Rapprochement An agreement reached by opposing groups or people
Considerable Large or of noticeable importance
ConsolidationThe process of becoming or being made stronger and more certain
Defanged Rendered harmless or ineffectual.
Potency Strength, influence, or effectiveness
Beneficiary A person or group who receives money or other benefits as a result of something else
Realignment The act of putting something, or the fact of being put, into a new or correct position, or an instance of this
BesmirchedTo say bad things about someone to influence other people’s opinion of them

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 30, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 29, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
CircumstanceA fact or event that makes a situation the way it is
Invitation The act of inviting someone to go to an event
Symbolism The use of symbols in art, literature, films, etc. to represent ideas
Breach An act of breaking a law, promise, agreement, or relationship
Agreement A situation in which people have the same opinion, or in which they approve of or accept something
Partnership An agreement between organizations, people, etc. to work together
Ambitious Having a strong wish to be successful, powerful, or rich
DiplomatAn official whose job is to represent one country in another, and who usually works in an embassy
Speculated To form opinions about something without having the necessary information or facts; to make guesses
Understandable To know the meaning of something that someone says
Condemnation To criticize something or someone strongly, usually for moral reasons
Humanitarian Involved in or connected with improving people’s lives and reducing suffering
Demonstrate To show something and explain how it works
NegotiatedHappening or existing as a result of formal discussions
AutonomyThe right of a group of people to govern itself or to organize its own
activities

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 29, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 25, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Derogatory Showing strong disapproval and not showing respect
Boycott To refuse to buy a product or take part in an activity as a way of expressing strong disapproval
Tussle To have difficult disagreements or strong arguments
Docking To remove part of something
Scrapped To not continue with a system or plan
Hydrography The scientific study of the typical features of oceans, lakes, and rivers, and the making of maps to represent them
RebuffTo refuse to accept a helpful suggestion or offer from someone, often by answering in an unfriendly way
Personnel The people who are employed in a company, organization, or one of the armed forces
Hyper Nationalist Extremely and unreasonably proud of your own country, and often thinking that other countries are not as good as yours
Bilateral Involving two groups or countries
Negotiations The process of discussing something with someone in order to reach an agreement with them, or the discussions themselves
Counterpart A person or thing that has the same purpose as another one in a different place or organization
Sovereignty The power of a country to control its own government
Paramount More important than anything else
ConfrontationA fight or argument

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 25, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 24, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Litigation The process of taking an argument between people or groups to a court of law
Jurisdiction The authority of a court or official organization to make decisions and judgments 
Consultation A meeting to discuss something or to get advice
Breach An act of breaking a law, promise, agreement, or relationship
Resolutions An official decision that is made after a group or organization has voted
Acquires To get or obtain something
Standardising To make things of the same type all have the same basic features
Unauthorised Without someone’s official permission to do something or be in a particular place
Prosecute To officially accuse someone of committing a crime in a law court, or (of a lawyer) to try to prove that a person accused of committing a crime is guilty of that crime
Contraband Goods that are brought into or taken out of the country secretly and illegally
SeizuresThe action of taking something by force or with legal authority
Offenders A person who is guilty of a crime
Notification The act of telling someone officially about something, or a document, etc. that does this
Determining To control or influence something directly, or to decide what will happen
Adjoining With nothing in between, or touching

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 24, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 23, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Rituals A fixed set of actions and words, especially as part of a religious ceremony
Proponents A person who speaks publicly in support of a particular idea or plan of action
Divergent Different or becoming different from something else
Nationhood The fact of being a nation (= a country with its own government, language, traditions, etc.)
Inauguration The act of officially putting someone into an important position, or the ceremony at which this is done
Definitive Considered to be the best of its type
MilestoneAn important event in the development or history of something or in someone’s life
Comprehensive Complete and including everything that is necessary
Humility The quality of not being proud because you are aware of your bad qualities
Invoked To request help from someone, especially a god, when you want to improve a situation
Universality The quality or state of being universal (= existing everywhere, or involving everyone)
Encompasses To include different types of things
Inheritance Money or objects that someone gives you when they die
Exhorted To strongly encourage or try to persuade someone to do something
Purposefully In a way that shows that you know what you want to do
Conception An idea of what something or someone is like, or a basic understanding of a situation or a principle
Facilitated To make something possible or easier
Verdict An opinion or decision made after judging the facts that are given, especially one made at the end of a trial
Disputed Used to describe something that is the subject of disagreement, especially official or legal disagreement
Petitioners A person who organizes or signs a petition
Unambiguously In a way that makes completely clear what is meant
Demolition The act of destroying something such as a building
Unmindful Not remembering, noticing, or being careful about something
Reconciliation The process of making two opposite beliefs, ideas, or situations agree
Abandoned Left in a particular place or condition, usually forever
Unpredictable Likely to change suddenly and without reason and therefore not able to be predicted (= expected before it happens) or depended on
Malleable Easily influenced, trained, or controlled
Forging To make an illegal copy of something in order to deceive
Accentuating To emphasize a particular feature of something or to make something more noticeable
Wisdom The ability to use your knowledge and experience to make good decisions and judgments
Statecraft The skill of governing a country

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 23, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 22, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Suspending To stop something from being active, either temporarily or permanently
Prohibited To officially refuse to allow something
FarcicalVery silly, unlikely, or unreasonable, often in a way that is humorous
Ecosystem All the living things in an area and the way they affect each other and the environment
Stakeholders A person such as an employee, customer, or citizen who is involved with an organization, society, etc. and therefore has responsibilities towards it and an interest in its success
Crippling causing serious injuries or harm
Wielding To have or use power, authority, or influence, or to hold and use a weapon
Entities Something that exists apart from other things, having its own independent existence
Ideological Based on or relating to a particular set of ideas or beliefs
Interfering An interfering person gets involved in other people’s lives in an unwanted and annoying way
StringentHaving a very severe effect, or being extremely limiting.
Denounced To criticize something or someone strongly and publicly
IncompatibleNot able to exist or work with another person or thing because of basic differences
Hypersensitive Too easily upset by criticism
Acknowledge To accept, admit, or recognize something, or the truth or existence of something
Perception A belief or opinion, often held by many people and based on how things seem
Guaranteed Used to say that something is sure to happen or be true
BackslidingTo return to old, often bad, habits, or to a worse condition
ConspiraciesThe activity of secretly planning with other people to do something bad or illegal
Downgrading To reduce someone or something to a lower rank or position; to make less important or less valued

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 22, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 19, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Pandemic A disease that exists in almost all of an area or in almost all of a group of people, animals or plants
Import Importance or meaning
Struggled To experience difficulty and make a very great effort in order to do something
Assessed To judge or decide the amount, value, quality, or importance of something
Foundational Forming the base from which everything else develops
Vocational TrainingProviding knowledge and skills that prepare you for a particular job
Proportion The number, amount, or level of one thing when compared to another
ArithmeticThe part of mathematics that involves the adding and multiplying, etc. of numbers
InklingA feeling that something is true or likely to happen, although you are not certain
Priority Something that is very important and must be dealt with before other things
LiteracyKnowledge of a particular subject, or a particular type of knowledge
Diverse Very different from each other
Enrolment The act of putting yourself or someone else onto the official list of members of a course, college or university, or group
CompulsoryIf something is compulsory, you must do it because of a rule or law
Ambitious Having a strong wish to be successful, powerful, or rich
Curriculum SetThe subjects studied in a school, college, etc. and what each subject includes
AssessTo judge or decide the amount, value, quality, or importance of something

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 19, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 18, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Targeted Directed at a particular group or activity
Rebels A person who is opposed to the political system in their country and tries to change it using force
Retaliate To hurt someone or do something harmful to someone because they have done or said something harmful to you
Instability Uncertainty caused by the possibility of a sudden change in the present situation
EscalationA situation in which something becomes greater or more serious
Anarchy A situation in which there is no organization and control, especially in society, because there is no effective government
Unilateral Involving only one group or country
SovereigntyThe power of a country to control its own government
NormalisationOrdinary or usual; the same as would be expected
Vengeful Expressing a strong wish to punish someone who has harmed you or your family or friends
Triggering Causing a strong emotional reaction of fear or worry because someone is made to remember something bad that has happened in the past
Complicate To make something more difficult to deal with, do, or understand
UnpredictableTending to change suddenly and without reason or warning, and therefore not able to be depended on
Domineering Trying to control other people without thinking about their feelings
Ceasefire An agreement, usually between two armies, to stop fighting in order to allow discussions about peace
Allies A country that has agreed officially to give help and support to another one, especially during a war
ProxiesAuthority given to a person to act for someone else, such as by voting for them in an election, or the person who this authority is given to

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 18, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 17, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Fragile Physically or emotionally weak
Incumbent Someone who has an official job, especially a political one
Rapprochement An agreement reached by opposing groups or people
DuopolyA situation in which only two companies control all the business in a particular industry
Accused A person or people who may be guilty of a crime and who are being judged in a court of law
Outright Completely or immediately
Mainstream Considered normal, and having or using ideas, beliefs, etc. that are accepted by most people
AllianceA group of countries, political parties, or people who have agreed to work together because of shared interests or aims
Threatened In danger, or likely to stop existing
Constrained Forced to do something against your will
Contention The disagreement that results from opposing arguments
Rejection The act of refusing to accept, use, or believe someone or something
Assumed To accept something to be true without question or proof
SalienceThe fact of being important to or connected with what is happening or being discussed
ReunificationAn occasion when a country that was temporarily divided into smaller countries is joined together again as one country
Consensus A generally accepted opinion or decision among a group of people
Consequences A result of a particular action or situation, often one that is bad or not convenient
Diminishing To reduce or be reduced in size or importance
Preference The fact that you like something or someone more than another thing or person

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 17, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 16, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Fugitive A person who is running away or hiding from the police or a dangerous situation
Notorious Famous for something bad:
Unearth To discover proof or some other information, especially after careful searching
LatentPresent, but not yet active, developed, or obvious
Barbaric Extremely cruel and unpleasant
Assault A violent attack
Extremists Someone who has beliefs that most people think are unreasonable and unacceptable
Adaptation A film, book, play, etc. that has been made from another film, book, play, etc.
Communal Belonging to or used by a group of people rather than one single person
Irreversible Not possible to change; impossible to return to a previous condition
Terminated To cause something to end or stop
Disconsolate Extremely sad and disappointed
Conspirators A person who plans secretly with other people to do something bad, illegal, or against someone’s wishes
Underlings A person of low rank and little authority who works for someone more important
Harboured To think about or feel something, usually over a long period
Metamorphosed A complete change
Resurgence An increase of activity or interest in a particular subject or idea which had been forgotten for some time
Vengeance The punishing of someone for harming you or your friends or family, or the wish for such punishment to happen
AssailantsA person who attacks another person
Heinous Very bad and shocking

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 16, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 15, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Inflation A general, continuous increase in prices
Accelerating To happen or make something happen sooner or faster
Stubbornly In a way that shows you are determined to do what you want and refuse to do anything else
Constituent One of the parts that a substance or combination is made of
Marginally By a very small amount
DisconcertinglyIn a way that makes someone feel uncertain and uncomfortable or worried
Sequential Following a particular order
HinterlandA region in the middle part of a country, esp. a large country, that is far from cities or the coast
PrecarityThe state of being uncertain or likely to get worse
Corresponding Similar to, connected with, or caused by something else
ReassuringMaking you feel less worried
Upsurge A sudden and usually large increase in something
Reflecting To show, express, or be a sign of something
Volatility The quality or state of being likely to change suddenly, especially by becoming worse
StaplesBasic or main; standard or regular
Witnessed A person who sees an event happening, especially a crime or an accident
DeflationA reduction of the supply of money in an economy, and therefore a reduction of economic activity, that is often part of an intentional government plan to reduce prices
Policymakers A member of a government department, legislature, or other organization who is responsible for making new rules, laws, etc
Derail To prevent a plan or process from succeeding
Momentum The quality that keeps an event developing or making progress after it has started
Spiralling If costs, prices, etc. spiral, they increase faster and faster
InfusingTo cause someone or something to take in and be filled with a quality or a condition of mind

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 15, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 12, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Rotational Relating to a system in which the person who does a particular job is regularly changed
Tableaux An arrangement of people who do not move or speak, especially on a stage, who represent a view of life, an event, etc
Potentially Used when something is not certain
Controversy A lot of disagreement or argument about something, usually because it affects or is important to many people
Unfortunate Unlucky or having bad effects
Accompaniment A musical part which supports or partners an instrument, voice, or group.
Established Accepted or respected because of having existed for a long period of time
Proposals A suggestion, sometimes a written one
Exclusion The act of not allowing someone or something to take part in an activity or to enter a place
AccommodatedTo give what is needed to someone
Equitable Treating everyone fairly and in the same way
Elaborate Containing a lot of careful detail or many detailed parts
Mechanism A way of doing something that is planned or part of a system
Distinguished Used to describe a respected and admired person, or their work
Empanelled In a law court, to choose the people who will form the jury for a trial
Fabrication The act of inventing false information in order to deceive someone, or the false information itself
Discrimination The treatment of a person or particular group of people differently, in a way that is worse than the way people are usually treated
Contingents A group of people representing an organization or country, or a part of a military force
Splendour Great beauty that attracts admiration and attention
Assertion A statement that you strongly believe is true
ReassuringMaking you feel less worried
BickeringArguments about things that are not important

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 12, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 11, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Trigger An event or situation, etc. that causes something to start
Sojourn To spend a short period staying in a particular place
Perceived To come to an opinion about something, or have a belief about something
Derogatory Showing strong disapproval and not showing respect
Distanced To become or seem less involved or connected with something
Ambassadors An official who represents his or her own country in a foreign country
SummonedTo order someone come to a particular place, or to officially tell someone to be present
BoycottTo refuse to buy a product or take part in an activity as a way of expressing strong disapproval
Underlying Real but not immediately obvious
Accruing To increase over a period of time
Disappointment Something or someone that is not what you were hoping it would be
Predecessor Someone who had a job or a position before someone else, or something that comes before another thing in time or in a series
Cozied  UpTo be very friendly to someone with the hope of getting an advantage
Clarified To make something clear or easier to understand by giving more details or a simpler explanation
Hypernationalistic Extremely and unreasonably proud of your own country, and often thinking that other countries are not as good as yours
RhetoricSpeech or writing intended to be effective and influence people
Reassess To think again about something in order to decide if you should change the way you feel about it or deal with it
Antagonise To make someone dislike you or feel opposed to you
ProvocationAn action or statement that is intended to make someone angry
Infrastructure The basic systems and services, such as transport and power supplies, that a country or organization uses in order to work effectively
Cooperation The act of working together with someone or doing what they ask you
ParamountMore important than anything else
BilateralInvolving two groups or countries
StabilityA situation in which something is not likely to move or change

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 11, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 10, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Commit To promise or give your loyalty, time, or money to a particular principle, person, or plan of action
Intent Giving all your attention to something
Steer To take someone or something or make someone or something go in the direction in which you want
TrajectoryA path, progression, or line of development resembling a physical trajectory
Reinforce If something reinforces an idea or opinion, it provides more proof or support for it and makes it seem true
Reputation The general opinion that people have about someone or something
Sheer Used to emphasize how very great, important, or powerful a quality or feeling is; nothing except
DwarfsVery small
Migration The process of people travelling to a new place to live, usually in large numbers
Bursting at the seamsExtremely full
ConclaveA private meeting or secret assembly
Demonstrable Able to be proved or shown
ConstraintsSomething that controls what you do by keeping you within particular limits
Blueprint A complete plan that explains how to do or develop something
Monitored To watch and check a situation carefully for a period of time in order to discover something about it
Encountered A meeting, especially one that happens by chance
Acquisition The process of getting something
Transparently In a way that is clear and easy to understand or recognize

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 10, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 9, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Verdict A decision by a jury as to whether someone is guilty after having heard the facts given at a trial
Quashing To say officially that something, especially an earlier official decision, is no longer to be accepted
Convicted Having officially been found guilty of a crime in a law court
Heinous (Esp. of a crime) extremely bad or evil
Unequivocal Expressed in a clear and certain way
Indictment Something that shows a policy, system, society, etc. is bad or wrong
Disgraceful Very bad
Premature Happening or done too soon, esp. before the natural or desired time
Garlanded To welcome someone by putting garland on them
Granting To give or allow someone something, usually in an official way
Remission A reduction of the time that a person has to stay in prison
Appropriate Suitable or right for a particular situation or occasion
Review To think or talk about something again, in order to make changes to it or to make a decision about it
Suppression The act of preventing something from being seen or expressed or from operating
Guilty Responsible for breaking a law
Restoration The act or the process of returning something to its original condition, or to a state similar to its original condition
Reiteration To say something again, once or several times
Animate To cause someone or something to be more active or full of life
Reasonable Based on or using good judgment and therefore fair and practical
Parameters A set of facts which describes and puts limits on how something should happen or be done
Potential Possible when the necessary conditions exist
Committing To do something illegal or something that is considered wrong
Offences An illegal act; a crime
Considered An opinion or decision that someone has reached after a lot of thought
Omnibus Of, relating to, or providing for many things at once
Gesture An action that expresses your feelings or intentions, although it might have little practical effect
Rational Based on clear thought and reason
Humanitarian Involved in or connected with improving people’s lives and reducing suffering
Reform To make an improvement, especially by changing a person’s behaviour or the structure of something
Usurpation The act of taking control of something without having the right to, especially of a position of power

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 9, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 8, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
StreamA continuous flow of things or people
Transmitted To send out or carry signals or messages using radio, television
Translated To change writing or speech from one language into another
Manoeuvres To turn and direct an object
Unfettered Not limited by rules or any other controlling influence
EjectionsTo push, throw, or force something out of a place
Magnetometers Any instrument for measuring the intensity or direction of a magnetic field, esp the earth’s field
Emissions The act of sending out gas, heat, light, etc.
Supplements Something that is added to something else in order to improve it or complete it; something extra
Commenced To Begin Something
PerceptionA belief or opinion, often held by many people and based on how things seem
Disillusioned Disappointed and unhappy because of discovering the truth about something or someone that you liked or respected
Commissioning To formally choose someone to do a special piece of work
Communication To share information with others by speaking, writing, moving your body, or using other signals
ComponentsA part that combines with other parts to form something bigger

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 8, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 5, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
PetitionA formal letter to a law court asking for a particular legal action
AllegationA statement, made without giving proof, that someone has done something wrong or illegal
Malfeasance An example of dishonest and illegal behaviour, especially by a person in authority
Manipulation Controlling someone or something to your own advantage, often unfairly or dishonestly
Subordinate Having a lower or less important position
PetitionerA person who is asking for action from a law court
EntreatiesAn attempt to persuade someone to do something
Chariness The trait of being cautious and watchful
Emphatic Strongly Expressive
Comprehensive Complete and include everything that is necessary
Deliberate Intentional or Planned
InadequacyThe fact that something is not good enough or is too small in amount
Skirted To go around the edge of something
Fundamental Forming the base, from which everything else develops
Pertaining To be connected with a particular subject, event, or situation
Amendments A change to a law that is not yet in operation and is still being discussed
ObligationThe condition of being morally or legally bound to do something
CapriciousChanging mood or behaviour suddenly and unexpectedly
Elaboration The addition of more information to or an explanation of something 
Reluctance An unwillingness to do something
Tardiness The quality of being late or slow
Conglomerate A company that owns several smaller businesses whose products or services are usually very different
Abstinence The act or practice of refraining from some action or from the use of something
Alacrity Speed and Eagerness

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 5, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 4, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Aggravated Money that is paid to someone in exchange for something that has been lost or damaged or for some problem
Offence An illegal act; a crime
Rashness The quality of being careless or unwise, without thought for what might happen or result
Negligence The fact of not giving enough care or attention to someone or something
Implemented To put a plan or system into operation
Scrutinised To examine something very carefully to discover information
SeveritySeriousness
Implications An occasion when you suggest or show that someone is involved in a crime
Abstaining To not do something, especially something enjoyable that you think might be bad
Consultations A meeting to discuss something or to get advice
LiabilityThe fact that someone is legally responsible for something
Tactful Careful not to say or do anything that could upset someone
ProvisionA statement within an agreement or a law that a particular thing must happen or be done
StringentHaving a very severe effect, or being extremely limiting
Fatalities A death caused by an accident or by violence, or someone who has died in either of these ways
Negligent Not being careful or giving enough attention to people or things that are your responsibility
Culpable Deserving to be blamed or considered responsible for something bad
HomicideThe crime of killing a person; murder
ProcedureA set of actions that is the official or accepted way of doing something
Imprisonment The act of putting someone in prison or the condition of being kept in prison
LynchingThe act of killing someone without a legal trial, usually by hanging
Comprehensive Complete and including everything that is necessary
Compensation Money that is paid to someone in exchange for something that has been lost or damaged or for some problem

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 4, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 3, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Yielded To supply or produce something positive such as a profit, an amount of food or information
Revenues The income that a business or government receives regularly, or an amount representing such income
Fiscal Relating to public money or other financial matters
Clocked To take a particular time exactly to do or complete something
Mandarins A person who has a very important job in the government, and who is sometimes considered to be too powerful
AnticipateTo imagine or expect that something will happen
BestowingTo give something as an honour or present
BonanzaA situation in which something good exists in large quantities
Exchequer The government department that is responsible for the country’s finances, including tax levels and how much money the government can spend
Buffer Something or someone that helps protect from harm
Moderate Neither small nor large in size, amount, degree, or strength
Handouts A document given to students or reporters that contains information about a particular subject
TransactionAn occasion when someone buys or sells something
MomentumThe quality that keeps an event developing or making progress after it has started
MarginallyVery small amount
SpurredTo encourage an activity or development or make it happen faster
FervourStrong and sincere beliefs
Corroborated To add information in support of an idea, opinion, or statement
Resilient Able to be happy, successful, etc. again after something difficult or bad has happened
Consumption An amount of something that is used, or the process of using something
HeadwindsChallenges that hinder growth or progress
ButtressTo make support for an idea or argument stronger by providing a good reason for it
BleakLittle or No hope for the future
Interim Temporary; intended for a short period only:

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 3, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 2, 2024

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Polarimeter An instrument which measures the angle of rotation by passing polarized light through an optically active (chiral) substance.
AstrophysicalRelated to the study of stars and other objects in space using physical laws
Heartening Making you feel happier and more positive
Skewed Not accurate or exact
Exceptional Much greater than usual, especially in skill, intelligence, quality, etc
Observe To watch carefully the way something happens
EmissionThe act of sending out gas, heat, light, etc.:
IntenseExtreme and forceful or (of a feeling) very strong
PrioritySomething that is very important and must be dealt with before other things
Unfurled Make or become spread out from a rolled or folded state, especially in order to be open to the wind
Radiation A form of energy that comes from a nuclear reaction and that can be very dangerous to health
ShieldTo protect someone or something
Vignette To describe briefly
Navigates To deal effectively with a difficult situation
InevitableCertain to happen and unable to be avoided or prevented

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Jan 2, 2024

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 29, 2023

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Gleaned To collect information in small amounts.
Prolific Producing a great number or amount of something
DiplomacyThe management of relationships between countries
Warmth A friendly and enthusiastic quality in someone or something
SignificanceThe quality of being worthy or important
Skipped To leave one thing or place, especially quickly, to go to another
Speculation The activity of guessing possible answers to a question without having enough information to be certain
Bilateral Involving two groups or countries
Perception A belief or opinion, often held by many people and based on how things seem
Pertaining To be connected with a particular subject, event, or situation
Collaboration The situation of two or more people working together to create or achieve the same thing
ResumingTo start something again after a pause or period
Fostering To encourage the development or growth of ideas or feelings
Coordinate To make many different things work effectively as a whole
SanctionsTo formally permit something
FluctuationsA change, or the process of changing, especially continuously between one level or thing and another
Unnoticed Without being seen or noticed
Friction Disagreement or dislike caused by people having different opinions
Bonhomie Good-natured easy friendliness
Expediting To make something happen more quickly
ConvergenceThe fact that two or more things, ideas, etc. become similar or come together
MultipolarInvolving several countries having most of the power
RebalancingTo make things equal again, so that no part has too much importance, weight, or force
CriticiseTo express disapproval of someone or something
ImpasseA situation in which progress is impossible, especially because the people involved cannot agree
VotaryA person or group who strongly supports a particular cause or person

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 29, 2023

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 28, 2023

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Reiterated To say something again, once or several times
EnduringLasting a period, durable
Glitzy Having a fashionable appearance intended to attract attention
Tryst An appointed meeting or meeting place
Recency The fact of being recent, of having occurred a relatively short time ago
ElicitTo get or produce something, especially information or a reaction
Latched OntoTo become connected to something
CredentialThe abilities and experience that make someone suitable for a particular job or activity, or proof of someone’s abilities and experience
ReapTo get something, usually something good, as a result of your actions or other people’s actions
RecognisedAccepted as being of a particular standard
Subsequently Describe something that happened or existed after the time or event that has just been referred to
Chequered Having had both successful and unsuccessful periods in your past
Cryptic Mysterious and difficult to understand
Speculationthe activity of guessing possible answers to a question without having enough information to be certain
Presumption The act of believing that something is true without having any proof
WaresAny intangible items, as services or products of artistic or intellectual creativity, that are salable
ReflectionA sign or result of something
ImmuneProtected from or unable to be influenced by something, esp. something bad
GeopoliticalConnected with political activity as influenced by the physical features of a country or area

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 28, 2023

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 27, 2023

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
AdjournTo have a pause or rest during a formal meeting or trial
Engage To become involved, or have contact, with someone or something
EvadeAvoid or escape from someone or something
AccountabilityThe state of being accountable, liable, or answerable
ConsequenceA result of a particular action or situation, often one that is bad or not convenient
SuspendTo stop something from being active, either temporarily or permanently
Clamour Make a loud complaint or demand
Breach An act of breaking a law, promise, agreement, or relationship
RiftA serious disagreement that separates two people 
LingerTo take a long time to leave or disappear
PredeterminedDecided or arranged at an earlier time
PremeditatedTo plan or consider (something, such as a violent crime) beforehand
RecallBring the memory of a past event into your mind
ImprimaturOfficial approval of something or permission to do something
ImpartialityThe fact of not supporting any of the sides involved in an argument
UnprecedentedNever having happened or existed in the past
ExecutiveSomeone in a high position, esp. in business, who makes decisions and acts according to them
Coincidence An occasion when two or more things happen at the same time, esp. in a way that is unexpected or unlikely
InfallibilityThe fact of never being wrong, failing, or making a mistake
EchoA detail that is similar to and makes you remember something else
Mimicry The act or art of copying or imitating closely
Dismaying Making you feel unhappy and disappointed
Correlation A connection or relationship between two or more facts, numbers, etc
Luminary A person who is famous and important in a particular area of activity
MisguideUnsuitable because of being based on a bad judgment of a situation or on information or beliefs that are wrong

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 27, 2023

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 26, 2023

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
FactualConcerned with facts or contains facts, rather than giving theories or personal interpretations.
BilateralNegotiations, meetings, or agreements involve only the two groups or countries directly concerned.
PresumptionThe act of believing that something is true without having any proof.
ScenarioA description of possible events.
Adverse Have a negative effect on something.
Emphasised It shows that something is very important or worth giving attention to.
Reckon To calculate an amount or value.
Rebuttal A statement that a claim or criticism is not true
Misinterpretation The act of forming a wrong understanding of something that is said or done, or an example of a wrong understanding
Semantics Used to describe things that deal with the meanings of words and sentences
Communiqué An official piece of news or an announcement, especially to the public or newspapers
Confrontational Tending to deal with situations in an aggressive way; hostile or argumentative.
ClarificatoryTo make something clear or easier to understand by giving more details or a simpler explanation.
Fiscal Relating to government finance and taxes
DeficitThe state of having spent more money than has been received.

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 26, 2023

Take a Free Mock Test Now to Know Your AIR!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 22, 2023

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
PrevalenceThe fact that something is very common or happens often
Descendent Proceeding from an ancestor or source
Dominant Important, strong, or noticeable than anything else of the same type:
LineageAll the things that are related directly to the same living thing that existed long ago
Mutation An alteration in the genetic material (the genome) of a cell of a living organism or of a virus that is more or less permanent
Enhances To improve the quality, amount, or strength of something
TransmissibilityThe fact of a disease, etc. being able to be passed from one person or animal to another
PromptTo make something happen
Variant Something slightly different from other similar things
EvidenceFacts, information, documents, etc. that give reason to believe that something is true
FatalityA death caused by an accident or by violence, or someone who has died in either of these ways
DetectTo discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of something
IsolationThe condition of being separated from other people, towns, and countries.
SustainTo cause or allow something to continue for a period of time
Surveillance To keep a careful watch on someone or something
Integrity The quality of being honest and having strong moral principles
Communalised (Of Conflict) between different communities, especially those having different religions or ethnic origins

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 22, 2023

Take SBI Clerk Free Mock Test Now!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 21, 2023

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Reelection The State of Being Elected Again
ToutPraise for Something or Someone Repeatedly 
ToppleFall Over or Collapse
BulwarkSomething that protects you from dangerous or unpleasant situations
HyperinflationA condition where the price of everything in a national economy goes out of control and increases very quickly
RelentlessContinuing in a severe or extreme way
Bombardment A continuous attack on a place with guns or bombs
Complicit Involved in unlawful or immoral activity
Calamitous Causing great damage or suffering
CoupA sudden, violent, and unlawful seizure of power from a government
Dissent A strong difference of opinion on a particular subject, especially about an official suggestion or plan or a popular belief
ConsequenceA result of a particular action or situation, often one that is bad or not convenient

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 21, 2023

Take SBI Clerk Free Mock Test Now!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 20, 2023

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Consolidate Bring together into a single whole or system
Digitise Put into digital form, as for use in a computer
Tout Advertise in strongly positive terms
Streamline to make an organization, process, etc. work better by making it simpler
Landscape An extensive mental viewpoint
Expansive Of behaviour that is impressive and ambitious in scale or scope
Ambit An area in which something acts or operates or has power or control
Snoop Watch, observe, or inquire secretly
Contentious Involving or likely to cause controversy
Scrutiny The act of examining something closely (as for mistakes)
Scrupulously Being extremely honest
Subordinate Lower in rank or importance

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 20, 2023

Take SBI Clerk Free Mock Test Now!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 19, 2023

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Unseemly Not in keeping with accepted standards of what is right or proper in polite society
Belligerent Engaged in war
Testy Easily irritated or annoyed
Acrimony A rough and bitter manner
Snowball Increase or accumulate at a rapidly accelerating rate
Partisan Devoted to a cause or party
Stymie Hinder or prevent the progress or accomplishment of
Unwarranted Incapable of being justified or explained
Redress Act of correcting an error or a fault or an evil
Arbitrary not seeming to be based on any reason or plan and sometimes seeming unfair

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 19, 2023

Take SBI Clerk Free Mock Test Now!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 18, 2023

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Diverse Many and different
Debutant a man making his first public appearance
Cut one’s teeth If you say that someone cut their teeth doing a particular thing, at a particular time, or in a particular place, you mean that that is how, when, or where they began their career and learned some of their skills.
Sideline Remove from the centre of activity or attention
Old guard A faction that is unwilling to accept new ideas
Pivot the central or most important person or thing
Flock a large number of people
Conflict A disagreement or argument about something important
Safeguard Make safe
Endow Give qualities or abilities to
Grapple Succeed in doing, achieving, or producing (something) with the limited or inadequate means available

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 18, 2023

Take SBI Clerk Free Mock Test Now!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 15, 2023

Difficult Word/ Phrase Contextual Sense
Vocal Given to expressing yourself freely or insistently
Humanitarian Marked by humanistic values and devotion to human welfare
Ceasefire A state of peace agreed to between opponents so they can discuss peace terms
Explicit Precisely and clearly communicated or readily observable; leaving nothing to implication
Condemnation An expression of strong disapproval; pronouncing as wrong or morally culpable
Rationale the fundamental reasons or logic behind something; the justification for something
Ally A friendly nation
Indiscriminate done or acting without making sensible judgement or caring about the possible harmful effects
Aftermath The outcome of an event especially as relative to an individual
Entreaty Earnest or urgent request
Abstention the fact of not voting in favour of or against someone or something
Call for Express the need or desire for
Odium Hate coupled with disgust
Cul de sac A passage with access only at one end

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 15, 2023

Take SBI Clerk Free Mock Test Now!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 14, 2023

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Proactive controlling a situation by causing something to happen rather than waiting to respond to it after it happens
Repatriate A person who has returned to the country of origin or whose citizenship has been restored
Succour Assistance in time of difficulty
Refugee An exile who flees for safety
Bilateral Affecting or undertaken by two parties
Treaty A formal agreement between two or more states
Rescue Recovery or preservation from loss or danger
Migrant Traveller who moves from one region or country to another
Exclusion keeping or leaving somebody/something out
Signatory Someone who signs and is bound by a document
Non-refoulement the practice of not forcing refugees or asylum seekers to return to a country in which they are liable to be subjected to persecution
Consent Permission for something to happen

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 14, 2023

Take SBI Clerk Free Mock Test Now!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 13, 2023

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Been under the spell of Held in trance
Incongruous Lacking in harmony, compatibility or appropriateness
Fruition The condition of bearing fruit
Erstwhile Belonging to some prior time
Grievance A resentment strong enough to justify retaliation
Disenchantment Disappointment on finding out that something is not as good as hoped, or that previous beliefs were false
Partake Have, give, or receive a share of
Agitation A mental state of extreme emotional disturbance
Robust Strong enough to withstand or overcome intellectual challenges or adversity

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 13, 2023

Take SBI Clerk Free Mock Test Now!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 12, 2023

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Imperil Pose a threat to; present a danger to
Abrogation an official or legal cancellation
Deference polite behaviour that you show towards somebody/something, usually because you respect him/her
Audacious willing to take risks or do something shocking
Subversion the act of trying to destroy or damage an established system or government
Potent Having great influence
Unconscionable Greatly exceeding bounds of reason or moderation
Enunciate Express or state clearly
Mala fide In bad faith; dishonestly
Envisage to think of something as being possible in the future; to imagine
Underpinning The underlying support or justification of something
Bolster Support and strengthen

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 12, 2023

Take SBI Clerk Free Mock Test Now!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 11, 2023

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Precedent a law established by following earlier judicial decisions
Expulsion The act of forcing out someone or something
Ominuous suggesting that something bad is going to happen
Estranged no longer friendly or in contact with somebody who was close to you
Concede Be willing to admit or forced to agree
Frivolous Not serious in content, attitude or behaviour
Stretched to go as far as or past the usual limit of something
Dubious Open to doubt or suspicion

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 11, 2023

Take SBI Clerk Free Mock Test Now!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 8, 2023

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Fait accompli An irreversible accomplishment
Herald to be a sign that something is going to happen soon
Bifurcate Split or divide into two
Hive off Remove from a group and make separate
Delimitation A line that indicates a boundary
Propriety Correct or appropriate behaviour
Abrogation an official or legal cancellation
Arbitrary not seeming to be based on any reason or plan and sometimes seeming unfair
Detention A state of being confined (usually for a short time)
Glaring very easy to see; shocking

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 8, 2023

SBI Clerk Notification Released. Take a Free Mock Test Now!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 7, 2023

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Traverse To cover or extend over an area or time period
Harness control
Endow Give qualities or abilities to
Turn out Prove to be in the result or end
Land up Finally be or do something
Endear Make attractive or lovable
Rapport A relationship of mutual understanding or trust and agreement between people
Galnavise To stimulate to action
Fall in line Agree on (a position)
Motif Pattern 
Aggrieved Emotionally hurt, upset or annoyed
Plank An endorsed policy in the platform of a political party
Embellish Make appear better or greater (in power, wealth, quality, etc.) than reality
Array An orderly arrangement
Ripple effect The effect of an event setting off other events in an unexpected way, or in unexpected areas

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 7, 2023

SBI Clerk Notification Released. Take a Free Mock Test Now!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 6, 2023

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Apportion Give out as one’s portion or share
Pummel to hit someone or something repeatedly
Proclamation A formal public statement
Singularity Strangeness by virtue of being remarkable or unusual
Topple Fall down, as if collapsing
Stagnate Stand still
Redux Brought back
Naive deficient in relevant experience
Defiance Act of boldly resisting authority or an opposing force
Preclude Keep from happening or arising

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 6, 2023

SBI Clerk Notification Released. Take a Free Mock Test Now!

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Cursory Hasty and without attention to detail; not thorough
Garner Acquire or deserve by one’s efforts or actions
Fractured divided or split into parts
Upend Set, turn, or stand on end
Duopoly State of market dominance by two companies
Assiduously With care and persistence
Mire Entrap
Harp on to talk about (a subject) constantly or repeatedly in an annoying way
Plurality (in an election with more than 2 options) the number of votes for the candidate or party receiving the greatest number (but less than half of the votes)
Heft the weight of someone or something
Overture A tentative suggestion designed to elicit the reactions of others

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 5, 2023

SBI Clerk Notification Released. Take a Free Mock Test Now!

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Satrap a subordinate ruler, esp one who is connected with or typical of a leader with great power, especially one who uses it in a cruel way.
Trump Get the better of
Consolation The comfort you feel when consoled in times of disappointment
Consolidation The act of combining into an integral whole
Defection Withdrawing support or help despite allegiance or responsibility
Uphill Against difficulties
Divergence The act of moving away in different direction from a common point
Reign A period during which something or somebody is dominant or powerful
Devoid Completely wanting or lacking
Pivot to turn or balance on a central point
Relegate Assign to a lower position; reduce in rank
Antagonise Act in opposition to
Latitude Freedom from normal restraints in conduct
Botch An embarrassing mistake
Chink a small narrow crack
Prong each of the separate parts of an attack, argument, etc. that somebody uses to achieve something
Astute Marked by practical hardheaded intelligence

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 4, 2023

SBI Clerk Notification Released. Take a Free Mock Test Now!

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 1, 2023

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Sense
Indictment An accusation of wrongdoing
Illicit Contrary to or forbidden by law
Outrage Strike with disgust or revulsion
Upfront Frank and honest
Inkling A slight suggestion or vague understanding
Grave Of great gravity or crucial import; requiring serious thought
Hinge depend
Transpire Come about, happen, or occur
Extradite Hand over to the authorities of another country
Overshadow Be greater in significance than
Credible Capable of being believed
In the balance in an uncertain or critical state

Read the complete editorial along with difficult words & their contextual meanings of the Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Dec 1, 2023


Download Free PDF- Hindu Editorial Vocabulary

Keep revisiting this article of Daily Hindu Vocabulary to discover new words and their meanings which are updated on a daily basis. Wishing you all the best with your preparation!

    Free Mock Tests for the Upcoming Exams

13 thoughts on “The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Download Free PDF”
      1. Hey Manibhushan, We did update the Hindu vocab for the months of Jan & Feb but unfortunately because of some technical issue, those got deleted. But you can download the Free PDFs of Hindu Vocab of last year and keep updating your word power.
        Regards,

    1. Namaste Nikunj jii..
      You are providing every day vocabulary from The Hindu editorial which is really a great boon to the competitive aspirants like me…
      But, one thing I just want to tell you that please provide that editorial also, to make us understand the meaning of the context. please take this into consideration!!
      Thank you!!

  1. Nikunj sir please upload the monthly vocab pdf of September month
    You have the daily please combine in one pdf

  2. Dear sir,

    Thanks a lot for your effort as well as consistency in helping the students to achieve their goals as early as possible, but sir I have one query regarding the Daily vocabulary editorial you are not providing may be any problem with you due to some reason you are not providing but as a reader, I am going to enhance my vocabulary day by day need your help in the form of Daily vocabulary editorial.

    thanks a lot for your kindness towards your student.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *