In today’s episode, we will be going to explore THE HINDU’s editorial “Guilty until…” for words with a rich vocabulary.
We suggest you read the editorial to get maximum exposure to the words we are going to see
|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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