The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary: March 7, 2019

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary: March 7, 2019

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1. Acquittal (Noun)
Meaning
a verdict or judgement that a person is not guilty of the crime with which they have been charged
Synonyms
clearing, absolution
Antonyms
conviction
Example
the trial resulted in an acquittal
2. Juvenile (Adjective)
Meaning
for or relating to young people
Synonyms
young, teenage, junior
Antonyms
adult, mature
Example
juvenile crime
3.  Convict (Noun)
Meaning
a person found guilty of a criminal offence and serving a sentence of imprisonment
Synonyms 
prisoner, immate
Antonyms
clear, acquit
Example
two escaped convicts kidnapped them at gunpoint
4.  Apprehend (Verb)
Meaning
arrest (someone) for a crime
Synonyms 
capture, seize, arrest
Antonyms
free, liberate
Example
a warrant was issued but she has not been apprehended
5.  Heinous (Adjective)
Meaning
utterly odious or wicked
Synonyms
evil, atrocious, monstrous
Antonyms
admirable
Example
a battery of heinous crimes
6. Wiggle (Verb)
Meaning
cause to move up and down or from side to side with few rapid movements
Synonyms 
jiggle, wriggle
Antonyms
unwind, relax, rest
Example
She wiggled her toes
7.  Detach (Verb)
Meaning
leave or separate oneself from
Synonyms
separate, free
Antonyms
attach, join
Example
a figure in red detached itself from the shadows
8.  Contrast (Verb)
Meaning
differ strikingly
Synonyms 
disparity, difference
Antonyms
resemble, match
Example
his friend’s victory contrasted with his own failure
9. Mandate (Noun)
Meaning
an official order to do something
Synonyms 
direction, command, decree
Antonyms
break, denial
Example
a mandate to seek the release of prisoners
10. Ascertain (Verb)
Meaning
find out for certain; make sure of
Synonyms 
discover, establish, fix
Antonyms
overlook, disregard, miss
Example
an attempt to ascertain the cause of the accident

 

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