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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 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.

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- October 26, 2020- Day 406

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
take onto begin to perform or deal with
aggrievedfeeling resentment at having been unfairly treated
epitomisebe a perfect example of
agonyextreme physical or mental suffering
detrimentthe state of being harmed or damaged
handicappedact as an impediment to
in the teeth ofin spite of (opposition or difficulty
repugnantin conflict with
groundswella buildup of opinion or feeling in a large section of the population
cavaliershowing a lack of proper concern

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- October 23, 2020- Day 405

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
indigenouslyOriginating, growing, or produced in a certain place or region
scale upincrease something in size, number or extent, especially by a constant proportion across the board.
rise to the occasionperform better than usual in response to a special situation or event
dilutingreducing the strength of
asymptomaticshowing no symptoms of a particular disease
swaba wad of absorbent material usually wound around one end of a small stick and used for applying medication or for removing material from an area
amplificationthe action of making multiple copies of a gene or DNA sequence
readilywithout hesitation or reluctance
protocola formal or official record of scientific experimental observations
reliancedependence on or trust in someone or something

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- October 22, 2020- Day 404

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
socialista person who advocates or practices socialism
emphaticshowing or giving emphasis
oustexpel (someone) from a position or place
concedesurrender or yield (something that one possesses)
indigenousoriginating or occurring naturally in a particular place
stand downwithdraw or resign from a position or office
turn aroundto change a plan, business, or system that is unsuccessful and make it successful
step upto increase, augment, or advance especially by one or more steps
turbulenceviolent or unsteady movement of air or water, or of some other fluid
referenduma general vote by the electorate on a single political question which has been referred to them for a direct decision

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- October 21, 2020- Day 403

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
vetoright to reject a decision or proposal
stymieprevent or hinder the progress of
whitewashdeliberate concealment of someone’s mistakes or faults in order to clear their name
jeopardiseput (someone or something) into a situation in which there is a danger of loss, harm, or failure
alienateto cause someone or a group of people to stop supporting and agreeing with you
unrelentingnot yielding in strength, severity, or determination
onslaughta fierce or destructive attack
aficionadoa person who is very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about an activity, subject, or pastime
bewitchingdelightful
chestnutan old, stale joke or phrase; cliché

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- October 16, 2020- Day 402

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Meaning
showdowna final test or confrontation intended to settle a dispute
decreean official order issued by a legal authority
authoritarianfavoring or enforcing strict obedience to authority, especially that of the government, at the expense of personal freedom
monarchya system of government by a king or a queen
lèse-majestéto do wrong to majesty; an offence against the dignity of a reigning sovereign or against a state
military coupa coup organized and carried out by members of the armed forces
crack downto take strong action to stop something
woegreat sorrow or distress
clipcut short
sweepinghaving an important effect on a large part of something

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- October 15, 2020- Day 401

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Meaning
spectaclean unusual or unexpected event or situation that attracts attention, interest, or disapproval
tusslea vigorous struggle or scuffle, typically in order to obtain or achieve something
proprietythe state or quality of conforming to conventionally accepted standards of behavior or morals
bandy aboutto discuss or mention (something) in a casual or informal way
overtonea subtle or subsidiary quality, implication, or connotation
out in the openin public knowledge
defamatory(of remarks, writing, etc.) damaging the good reputation of someone
incitingencourage or stir up (violent or unlawful behavior)
derogatoryshowing a critical or disrespectful attitude
slewa large number or quantity of something

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- October 14, 2020- Day 400

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Meaning
spurgive an incentive or encouragement to (someone)
loosen the purse stringsincrease the amount of money available to be spent
reckoningthe action or process of estimating something
spurta sudden marked burst or increase of activity or speed
prop upto give help, encouragement, or support to (someone)
ailingin poor health
clamoura loud and confused noise, especially that of people shouting vehemently
bleakwithout hope
exchequernational treasury
envisagedcontemplate or conceive of as a possibility or a desirable future event

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- October 13, 2020- Day 399

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
retractableable to be drawn back or back in
aloftup in or into the air
negatedmake ineffective
inhibitingslowing down a process or the growth of something
gunning forto aim at or go after with determination or effort
longevitylong life
tacticsan action or strategy carefully planned to achieve a specific end
spruce upto make something neater
backhanda stroke played with the back of the hand facing in the direction of the stroke, with the arm across the body
draw somebody intodraw somebody into something phrasal verb to make someone become involved in something, especially when they do not want to be involved

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- October 9, 2020- Day 397

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
envisagedcontemplate or conceive of as a possibility or a desirable future event
culminationthe highest or climactic point of something
expeditemake (an action or process) happen sooner or be accomplished more quickly
interplaythe way in which two or more things have an effect on each other
deliberationlong and careful consideration or discussion
transpirebe revealed
reignrule
conjure upto make a picture or idea appear in someone’s mind
mandarina powerful official or senior bureaucrat
burnishimprove

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- October 8, 2020- Day 396

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
ingeniouslyin a clever, original, and inventive manner
symmetriesthe quality of having parts that match each other
supermassivehaving a mass many times (typically between 10^6 and 10^9 times) that of the sun
light yeara unit of astronomical distance equivalent to the distance that light travels in one year, which is 9.4607 × 10^12 km (nearly 6 million million miles)
tacklemake determined efforts to deal with a difficult task
pursuecontinue or proceed along
stringto tie a number of things
convictiona firmly held belief or opinion
reiteratesay something again or a number of times, typically for emphasis
twinklea light which appears continually to grow brighter and fainter

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- October 7, 2020- Day 395

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
Vanquishingdefeat thoroughly
anointchoose somebody to do a particularly important job
assaultattack
obscureuncertain
stout(of an act, quality, or person) brave and determined
scourgesomething that causes great trouble or suffering
shornbreak off or cause to break off
couchexpress (something) in language of a specified style
pathogena bacterium, virus, or other microorganism that can cause disease
hat tipused as an acknowledgement that someone has brought a piece of information to the writer’s attention, or provided the inspiration for a piece of writing

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- October 6, 2020- Day 394

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
caseloadthe number of cases with which a doctor, lawyer, or social worker is concerned at one time
Herd immunitythe resistance to the spread of a contagious disease within a population that results if a sufficiently high proportion of individuals are immune to the disease, especially through vaccination
plummetfall or drop straight down at high speed
ephemerallasting for a very short time
undulationthe action of moving smoothly up and down
fathomunderstand (a difficult problem or an enigmatic person) after much thought
congregationa group of people assembled for religious worship
catalyseto make something start happening or start being successful
hypotheticalA hypothetical situation or idea has been suggested but does not yet really exist or has not been proved to be true
prognosticatingforetell or prophesy (an event in the future)

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- October 5, 2020- Day 393

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Meaning
grimvery serious or gloomy
albeitalthough
beleagueredto cause constant or repeated trouble for
scaledclimb up
gain momentumgain momentum means to move faster
semblancethe outward appearance or apparent form of something, especially when the reality is different
buoyedkeep something afloat
inch upto slowly move along something
correlatehave a mutual relationship or connection, in which one thing affects or depends on another
backdropthe general situation in which particular events happen

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- October 1, 2020- Day 392

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
hordesa loosely knit small social group
vandalsa person who deliberately destroys or damages property belonging to others
detrituswaste or debris of any kind
egregiousshocking
unconscionablenot right or reasonable
throw caution to the windbehave in a way that is not considered sensible or careful
acquittingfree (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty
indictedformally accuse of or charge with a serious crime
fly in the face ofbe openly at variance with (what is usual or expected)
vantage pointa place or position affording a good view of something

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 30, 2020- Day 391

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
prohibitivelyin a way that forbids or prevents something
dauntingseeming difficult to deal with in anticipation
explicitstated clearly and in detail, leaving no room for confusion or doubt
immunisationA process whereby a person is made immune or resistant to an infectious disease, typically by the administration of a vaccine.
vulnerablesusceptible to physical or emotional attack or harm
inoculatedtreat (a person or animal) with a vaccine to produce immunity against a disease
laudabledeserving praise and commendation
paucitythe presence of something only in small or insufficient quantities or amounts
bluntedweakened
protractedlasting for a long time or longer than expected or usual

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 29, 2020- Day 390

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
majoritariangoverned by or believing in decision by a majority
ineffectualnot producing any or the desired effect
resonancea quality of evoking response
reiteratesay something again or a number of times, typically for emphasis or clarity
envisagecontemplate or conceive of as a possibility or a desirable future event
devolutionthe transfer or delegation of power to a lower level
Roll backto cause to retreat or withdraw
trajectorya progress resembling a curve
scepticisman attitude of doubt
approbationapproval or praise

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 28, 2020- Day 389

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
Salutary(especially with reference to something unwelcome or unpleasant) producing good effects
Retrospective legislationlegislation that operates on matters taking place before its enactment, e.g. by penalising conduct that was lawful when it occurred
protractedlonger than expected or usual
perverseshowing a deliberate and obstinate desire to behave in a way that is unreasonable or unacceptable, often in spite of the consequences
erstwhileformer
fraughtfilled with or likely to result in (something undesirable)
recoursea source of help in a difficult situation
pyrrhicwon at too great a cost to have been worthwhile for the victor
warinesscaution about possible dangers or problems
bruisinglyhurtfully

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 25, 2020- Day 388

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
Fill into do someone else’s work for them because they cannot or will not do it themselves
stifleto prevent something from continuing
Clip the wings ofRestrain or reduce someone’s freedom
batteredold and damaged, or hurt
onerousinvolving an amount of effort and difficulty that is oppressively burdensome
inducementa thing that persuades or influences someone to do something
touchstonea standard or criterion by which something is judged or recognized
aversiona strong dislike or disinclination
paranoiaan extreme and unreasonable feeling that other people do not like you or are going to harm or criticize you
throwing the baby out with the bathwaterdiscard something valuable along with other things that are undesirable

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 24, 2020- Day 387

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
aboundexist in large numbers or amounts
sagacioushaving or showing keen mental discernment and good judgment
In the offinglikely to happen or appear soon
accountablerequired or expected to justify actions or decisions
polarisingdivide or cause to divide into two sharply contrasting groups or sets of opinions or beliefs
amplifiedto increase the effect of something
fancifuloverimaginative and unrealistic
incendiarytending to stir up conflict
throttlingto prevent something from succeeding
euphemisma polite word or phrase that is used to avoid saying something embarrassing or offensive

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 23, 2020- Day 386

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
At the forefront ofIf you are at the forefront of a campaign or other activity, you have a leading and influential position in it
stakingmark an area with stakes so as to claim ownership of it
multilateralagreed upon or participated in by three or more parties, especially the governments of different countries
cruxthe decisive or most important point at issue
polarisationdivision into two sharply contrasting groups or sets of opinions or beliefs.:
heededpay attention to
dysfunctionalnot operating normally or properly
rolloverextend
vetoa constitutional right to reject a decision or proposal made by a law-making body
instilgradually but firmly establish (an idea or attitude, especially a desirable one)

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 22, 2020- Day 385

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Meaning
Point of ordera query in a formal debate or meeting as to whether correct procedure is being followed
abridgecurtail (a right or privilege)
unprecedentednever done or known before
brazennessbehaviour in which someone does something in a very obvious way, without trying to hide it
unambiguousnot open to more than one interpretation
disingenuousnot candid or sincere, typically by pretending that one knows less about something than one really does
dina loud, unpleasant, and prolonged noise
skulduggeryunderhanded or unscrupulous behavior; trickery
sacrosanct(of a principle) regarded as too important or valuable to be interfered with
benevolencethe quality of being well meaning; kindness

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 21, 2020- Day 384

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
frivolousnot having any serious purpose or value
sledgehammera way of behaving that is too forceful
Prop upto give help, encouragement, or support to (someone)
proprietythe state or quality of conforming to conventionally accepted standards of behavior or morals
construeinterpret (a word or action) in a particular way
unwarrantednot justified or authorized
inasmuchto the extent that
unmixedpure
lestto avoid the risk of
exuberancethe quality of being full of energy, excitement, and cheerfulness

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 18, 2020- Day 383

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
Come throughsucceed in surviving or dealing with (an illness or ordeal
gestationthe development of something over a period of time
midwifea person or thing that produces or aids in producing something new or different
efficacious(of something inanimate or abstract) successful in producing a desired or intended result
adenovirusa group of common viruses that infect the lining of your eyes, airways and lungs, intestines, urinary tract, and nervous system
immenseextremely large or great, especially in scale or degree
incumbentnecessary for (someone) as a duty or responsibility
scrupulouslyin a very careful and thorough way
minusculeextremely small
indigenouslyOriginating, growing, or produced in a certain place or region

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 16, 2020- Day 382

Difficult Word/ PhraseContextual Meaning
contemptbehaviour that is illegal because it does not obey or respect the rules of a law court
innocuousnot harmful or offensive
embarrassmenta feeling of self-consciousness, shame, or awkwardness
wadingintervene in (something) or attack (someone) vigorously or forcefully
invokingcite or appeal to (someone or something) as an authority for an action or in support of an argument
anguishsevere mental or physical pain or suffering
dispensesprovide a service to a number of people
integritythe quality of being honest and having strong moral principles
underminelessen the effectiveness, power, or ability of, especially gradually or insidiously
petulantchildishly sulky or bad-tempered

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 15, 2020- Day 381

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
dueexpected at or planned for at a certain time
face-to-facein direct confrontation
underwayhaving started and in progress
ceasefirea temporary suspension of fighting, typically one during which peace talks take place
obstaclea thing that blocks one’s way or prevents or hinders progress
stipulatedemand or specify (a requirement), typically as part of a bargain or agreement
Silver liningan advantage that comes from a difficult or unpleasant situation
forebodingfearful apprehension; a feeling that something bad will happen
grappleengage in a close fight or struggle without weapons
insurgenta rebel or revolutionary

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 14, 2020- Day 380

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
haula distance to be traversed
rageto happen in a strong or violent way
shrankbecome smaller in size
reboundto rise in price after a fall
dissipatedisappear or cause to disappear
telltaleIndicating something
solitaryexisting alone
abidingaccept or act in accordance with
discretionarydone or used when necessary
protractedprolonged

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 11, 2020- Day 379

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
assassinationkilling someone famous
non-bindingnot legally necessary to obey or follow
oustto force someone to leave a position of power
combatwar
overlookedto fail to notice
stationingto cause especially soldiers to be in a particular place
confrontationsa fight or argument
resentmenta feeling of anger

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 9, 2020- Day 377

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
batona stick that is passed from one runner to another in a relay race
imperativeextremely important/urgent
parityequality
comorbiditiesmultiple medical conditions at the same time
astronomicalextremely large
wherewithalmoney necessary for a particular purpose
mammothextremely large
 heroicgreat
protocolformal system of rules

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 8, 2020- Day 376

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
nuanceddistinct
surpassedexceed
ramping upa large increase
diagnosingidentify by examination
denseclose together
anticipatedto imagine or expect
 discretionarydecided by officials
procurementprocess of getting supplies

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 7, 2020- Day 375

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
elaboratelydetailed
pitcheda speech to persuade someone to do something
keennessquality of being eager
escalatingincreasing
feudan argument that has existed for a long time
inarguablyunquestionably
spurredto encourage an activity
indigenousoperating or happening in the local area
abjureto say formally or publicly
predominantlymainly

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 4, 2020- Day 372

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
hostilityopposition
coteriesmall group of people with shared interests
de-factoexisting in fact, although perhaps not intended, legal, or accepted
social harmonypeople living side by side with peace & mutual respect
dismantlingto get rid of a system
contentiouslikely to cause disagreement
articulateto express in words
dialecticinquiry into metaphysical contradictions and their solutions
status quopresent situation
obsequioustoo eager to serve or obey someone
archaicextremely old-fashioned

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 3, 2020- Day 371

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
regimeroutine
unravelledundo
exacerbatedmake a bad situation even worse
obligedlegally or morally bound to do something
subsumedinclude
tenuousvery weak
spurencourage an activity
engenderedcause of a situation
saggingless strong

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 2, 2020- Day 370

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
InevitableInevitable
steepestrising or falling sharply
stringentstrict
abjuredno longer agreeing with a belief
discretionarynot fixed by rules
 outpacedimprove faster than
fiscalmonetary
omnibusa programme consisting of two or more parts
vauntedboasted about, especially in an excessive way

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary- Sep 1, 2020- Day 369

Difficult Word/PhraseContextual Meaning
vigilanceaction of keeping careful
resortedadopted
liberalisedloosen restrictions
precipitoussteep
rigorousextremely thorough and careful
despondentdiscouraged
tenuousweak
vigilbeing careful
exuberancefeeling energetic
impendingsomething unpleasant or unwanted

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  5. Ankit Singh

    Hey PM, why you have been posting the editorial. The editorial which was given yesterday is again given today as of 5 june. Kindly look into it. The Hindu newspaper doesn’t have this as their editorial today or even a news anywhere.

  6. Hi Ankit, This editorial is from Business Line which is a sister publication of The Hindu. Additionally, yesterday’s editorial was based on ‘Insurance-driven healthcare’ whereas today’s editorial is based on ‘Climate Change and Locust Threat’.
    Thanks,

  7. It’s a great initiative taken by PM to provide us important pdfs ,thank you PM.
    Please provide Vocabulary pdfs for entire month in one pdf .

  8. Hi Punam, Thanks for the feedback! We have provided the month-wise PDFs of March, April & May in the article itself.
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  9. Manabikash chakma

    Provide The Hindu editoial vocab pdf for January & february 202

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