Daily Vocabulary Words: List of Daily Used Words in Leading Indian Newspapers
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• The Times of India
• The Economic Times
• Hindustan Times
• Indian Express
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Meaning: Representing, characterized by, or including members from two parties or factions.
Synonyms: Bipartizan, two-party, two-way nonpartisan, nonpartisan.
1. A bipartisan tax bill will have to bridge significant differences between the parties on capital gains tax cuts.
2. Clinton has urged bipartisan congressional passage of a major campaign finance bill co-sponsored by Sens.
3. According to a bipartisan commission monitoring the law, only 12 million workers have taken advantage of the provisions.
Meaning: Someone who goes to live and grow crops on land given by the government, especially in the past.
Synonyms: Nester, squatter, type of colonist, settler.
1. In the 1800s, thousands of homesteaders settled on the prairies of the western US.
2. In exchange, homesteaders will pay a lower rent or be able to buy at a reduced price.
Meaning: To praise or describe something or someone with much enthusiasm and emotion.
Synonyms: Freak out, go crazy, babble, fume, bloviate, etc.
1. And it’s easy for the experts to rhapsodize about gratitude. But there are merits to tempering your complaints.
2. And it’s easy for the experts to rhapsodize about gratitude.
3. The men from equities tried to corner us and rhapsodize about their market.
Meaning: Using or containing more words than are necessary.
Synonyms: Diffuse, fustian, flowery, bombastic, involved, gabby, etc.
1. She is a verbose companion.
2. Neither of us was what anyone would call verbose.
3. Your report is too long and verbose.
Meaning: Used to refer to an event, usually something unpleasant or unwanted, that will happen.
Synonyms: Approaching, brewing, imminent, looming, coming, etc.
1. Earlier on, they had sensed impending disaster.
2. There was everywhere an eerie atmosphere of impending battle.
3. There were perfectly cogent reasons why Julian Cavendish should be told of the Major’s impending return.
Meaning: A feeling of doubt, uncertainty, or worry about a future event.
Synonyms: Anxiety, doubt, distrust, foreboding, hesitation, unease, etc.
1. He had considerable misgivings at the prospect of moving jobs.
2. The local people still harboured considerable misgivings over the flood of workers into their village.
3. She had serious misgivings about the whole affair, but they proved unfounded.
Meaning: A moral fault or weakness in someone’s character.
Synonyms: Evil, carnality, debasement, decay, lechery, lust, trespass, venality, etc.
1. Moral virtues were a cunningly indirect alibi for modish economic vices.
2. Of course, Griffith was not the only preacher and audiences were given films that were quite forthright in their condemnation of social vices.
3. Even this might have been bearable if the King had not been tainted with the vices of meanness and frugality.
Meaning: To put someone or something into a lower or less important rank or position.
Synonyms: Consign, entrust, refer, charge, commit, accredit, etc.
1. Rather than something to be relegated to nothingness, like we find today.
2. Until now, it has been relegated to sketches by Hollywood types with active imaginations, Elliott said.
3. Repetitive stimuli are relegated to background noise and, like the ticking of that clock, are not heard until they stop.
Meaning: The appearance of a particular disease in a large number of people at the same time.
Synonyms: Contagious, Endemic, infectious, pandemic, catching, general, etc.
1. If present trends go/continue unchecked, there will be a major epidemic of heart disease in the next five years.
2. He explained the yellow fever epidemic as a providential act to discourage urban growth.
3. Health officials have successfully confined the epidemic to the Tabatinga area.