Daily Vocabulary from THE HINDU – April 10, 2017

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SC order on liquor ban: None for the road”

Word 1

Solely 

Class : Adverb

Meaning : not involving anyone or anything else; only.

Synonyms : Uniquely, Entirely

Antonyms : Both, Jointly

Example Sentences:

The event tomorrow will be solely dedicated to writers and publishers who are based in the county.

People are appointed solely on the basis of merit

 

Word 2

concomitant 

Class : Adjective

Meaning : naturally accompanying or associated.

Synonyms : Connected, Accompanying

Antonyms : Accidental, Unrelated

Example Sentences:

She loved travel, with all its concomitant worries

There is, naturally, some concomitant friction in the house, and distress.

 

Word 3

Lax 

Class : Adjective

Meaning : not sufficiently strict, severe, or careful.

Synonyms : Slack, Careless

Antonyms : Strict, Careful

Example Sentences:

The person who lives here has been exceptionally lax about security.

There has been lax security on internal US flights.

 

Word 4

absurd 

Class : Adjective

Meaning : wildly unreasonable, illogical, or inappropriate.

Synonyms : ridiculous, Foolish

Antonyms : Logical, Intelligent

Example Sentences:

The allegations are patently absurd.

It would be absurd to blame Vodafone for terrorists chatting across their network.

 

Word 5

humility 

Class : Noun

Meaning : a modest or low view of one’s own importance; humbleness.

Synonyms : Modesty, Humbleness

Antonyms : Arrogance, Egoism

Example Sentences:

He can engage anyone for hours in conversation with his simplicity and humility .

I am lucky to have got the kind of parents I have who have always taught me humility .

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