Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 19 September 2019

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 19 September 2019
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

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Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
September 19, 2019

Mercurial (adjective) غیر یقینی، ڈانو ڈول، تیز

subject to sudden or unpredictable changes of mood or mind.
Example: “his mercurial temperament”
Synonyms: volatile, capricious, temperamental, excitable, fickle
Antonyms: stable, steady,constant

Harrow (verb) دلخراش، لوٹنا

cause distress to.
Example: “Todd could take it, whereas I’m harrowed by it”
Synonyms: distress, trouble, afflict, grieve, torment, torture, crucify
Antonyms: calm, comfort, heartening

Damning (verb) نقصان دہ، دائمی سزا یافتہ

(of a circumstance or piece of evidence) strongly suggesting guilt or error.
Example: “I was innocent but the evidence was damning”
Synonyms: incriminating, condemnatory, condemning, damnatory, damaging, derogatory, conclusive, strong,
Antonyms: vindicatory, inconclusive

Cruelty (noun) ظلم و ستم، بے رحمی

cruel behaviour or attitudes.
Example: “he has treated her with extreme cruelty”
Synonyms: brutality, savagery, savageness, inhumanity, barbarism, barbarousness, brutishness, bloodthirstiness
Antonyms: compassion, mercy

Arrogance (noun) تکبر، غرور

the quality of being arrogant.
Example: “the arrogance of this man is astounding”
Synonyms: haughtiness, conceit, hubris, self-importance, egotism, sense of superiority, pomposity
Antonyms: humility, modesty

Atrocious (adjective) انتہائی قبیح، سنگدل، سفاک

horrifyingly wicked.
Example: “atrocious cruelties”
Synonyms: brutal, barbaric, barbarous, brutish, savage, vicious, wicked, cruel, nasty, ruthless
Antonyms: admirable, kindly

Miserable (adjective) دکھی،خستہ دل، بدنصیب

(of a person) wretchedly unhappy or uncomfortable.
Example: “their happiness made Anne feel even more miserable”
Synonyms: unhappy, sad, sorrowful, dejected, depressed, downcast, downhearted, down,
Antonyms: happy, contented

Imbroglio (noun) پیچیدہ صورتحال، گتھی،

an extremely confused, complicated, or embarrassing situation.
Example: “the abdication imbroglio of 1936”
Synonyms: complicated situation, complication, complexity, problem, difficulty, predicament, plight
Antonyms: agreement, ease, harmony, peace, simplicity, peacemaking,

Repressive (adjective) جابرانہ

(especially of a social or political system) inhibiting or restraining personal freedom.
Example: “a repressive regime”
Synonyms: oppressive, authoritarian, despotic, tyrannical, tyrannous, dictatorial, fascist
Antonyms: democratic, liberal

Assuage (verb) تسکین دینا، تسلی دینا، کم کرنا

make (an unpleasant feeling) less intense.
Example: “the letter assuaged the fears of most members”
Synonyms: relieve, ease, alleviate, soothe, mitigate, dampen, allay, calm, palliate
Antonyms: aggravate, intensify

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