Daily Vocabulary: 29th December 2019

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BEDRAGGLE(Adjective) : गंदा करना
Meaning: wet, dirty, and untidy
Synonyms: dishevel, crumple
Antonyms: straighten, flatten
Example: The lieutenant mopped his face on a bedraggled handkerchief.

SLEAZY (Adjective)  : निर्बल
Meaning: dirty, cheap, or not socially acceptable, especially relating to moral or sexual matters
Synonyms: trashy, sordid
Antonyms: good, nice
Example: This part of town is full of sleazy bars and restaurants.

SECLUSION (Noun) : तनहाई
Meaning: the state of being alone, away from other people
Synonyms: remoteness, aloneness
Antonyms: open, public
Example: In some societies women are kept in seclusion, so that they are hardly ever seen in public.

INVIGORATE : ऊर्जावान
Meaning: to make someone feel fresher, healthier, and more energetic
Synonyms: energize, rejuvenate
Antonyms: bore, dull
Example: His overarching argument, forcefully and uncompromisingly presented, is original, challenging, invigorating.

MANOEUVRE (noun)  : कुशलता
Meaning: a carefully planned or cunning scheme or action.
Synonyms: stratagem, tactic, gambit, ploy.
Antonyms: innocence, candor, simplicity, incapacity.
Example: A reasonable bridge building effort between activists and experts on both sides to try to address the issues through tactical maneuvers might be useful.

STERN (adjective)  : कठोर
Meaning: (of a person or their manner) serious and unrelenting, especially in the assertion of authority and exercise of discipline.
Synonyms: grave, sober, austere, frowning.
Antonyms: benign, gentle, mild, tender.
Example: All are stern judges and they expect others to be as serious about everything as they are.

PETULANT (adjective) : चिड़चिड़ा
Meaning: easily irritated or annoyed.
Synonyms: choleric, grouchy, grumpy, peevish.
Antonyms: affable, cordial, genial, gregarious.
Example: When the movie started, the petulant infant would not stop crying because of the loud noise.

POIGNANT (Adjective) : मार्मिक
Meaning: evoking a keen sense of sadness or regret.
Synonyms: affecting, pitiful, piteous, pitiable, pathetic,
Antonyms: cheerful, indifferent
Example: Because the poignant movie reminded me of my painful childhood, it made me cry.

MALADY (Noun) : रोग
Meaning: a disease or ailment.
Synonyms: affliction,disorder, illness, disability
Antonyms: comfort, health
Example: in the olden days people were always suffering from some unknown malady.

MORIBUND (Adjective) : मरणासन्न
Meaning: (of a person) at the point of death.
Synonyms: dying
Antonyms: thriving
Example: As the moribund man held his Bible and took his last breath, a bright light appeared in the corner of the room.

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