Daily Vocabulary: 17th August 2019

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SALUBRIOUS(adjective)स्वास्थ्यप्रद
Meaning: favorable to or promoting health or well-being
Synonyms: medicinal, tonic
Antonyms: unhealthy, insalubrious
Usage: Emergent public health and sanitary experts actively sought the most salubrious and efficient means of refuse disposal.


DESPOTIC (Adjective) निरंकुश
Meaning: of or typical of a despot; tyrannical.
Synonyms: autocratic, dictatorial, totalitarian, authoritarian,
Antonyms: democratic, accountable
Usage: Under orders from the despotic ruler, citizens were denied freedom of speech.


DENIZEN (noun) निवासी
Meaning: a person, animal, or plant that lives or is found in a particular place.
Synonyms: inhabitant, occupant, resident, tenant.
Antonyms: visitor, emigrant, evacuee, expatriate.
Usage: The author of Atlanta’s latest guidebook is a longtime denizen of the city who knows all the best places to visit.


INVIGORATE (Verb) सबल बनाना
Meaning: to give life, vigor, or spirit to
Synonym: amp (up), animate, brace, energize, enliven, fillip, fire
Antonym: damp, dampen, deaden, dull, kill

Usage: The fresh air and sunshine invigorated the children after a long winter indoors.

INCUR (verb) झेलना
Meaning: become subject to (something unwelcome or unpleasant) as a result of one’s own behavior or actions.
Synonyms: provoke, earn, arouse, induce.
Antonyms: avoid, shun, elude, evade.
Usage: The surgery wasn’t what scared the sick man, it was all of the medical bills he would incur from the procedure.
Subtler: (adjective) जटिल
Meaning: clever at attaining one’s ends by indirect and often deceptive means
Synonyms: artful, beguiling, cagey, crafty, cunning, cute, designing, devious, foxy, guileful, scheming, shrewd, slick, sly, tricky, wily
Antonyms: artless, guileless, ingenuous, innocent
Usage: There have been many subtler, more original and more systematic thinkers about the conditions of the social union.
Proffer: (verb) निवेदन करना
Meaning: to put before another for acceptance or consideration
Synonyms: extend, offer, tender, propose, give in, submit.
Antonyms: decline, deny, disallow, disapprove, negative, reject.
Usage: It is the ultimate manifestation of the marketplace of ideas; the more people who proffer their ideas to the world, the better the outcome will be for us all.
STULTIFY (verb) वृथा करना
Meaning: cause to lose enthusiasm and initiative, especially as a result of a tedious or restrictive routine.
Synonyms: hamper, impede, obstruct, thwart, suppress, smother, repress, counteract, trammel, restrain.
Antonyms: consolidate, augment, glorify, exacerbate, exalt, stir, elevate, accentuate, strengthen.
Usage: By referencing actual statistics, he was able to stultify his opponent’s argument.