Daily Vocabulary from THE HINDU – February 21, 2017

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In today’s episode, we will be going to explore THE HINDU’s editorial “Guilty until…” for words with a rich vocabulary.

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We suggest you read the editorial to get maximum exposure to the words we are going to see

THE HINDU LINK

S.NO WORD CLASS SYNONYM 1 SYNONYM 2 MEANING ANTONYM1 ANTONYM2
1 Acquit A Verb  Release  Free free someone from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty Convict Punish
2 Guilty An Adjective  Responsible  Accountable causing a feeling of guilt Irresponsible Truthful
3 Incarceration A Noun Imprisonment Custody the state of being confined in prison Freedom Liberty
4 Unconscionable An Adjective  Immoral  Wrong not right or reasonable Reasonable Moral
5 Convict A Verb Condemn Imprison a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison Free Release

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