The Hindu Editorial (Beyond criticism?) – Nov 10, 2018

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Bullying film-makers into shelving projects or effecting cuts is not new in India. However, it is not often that a State government or… For further reading, visit “The Hindu”. Below is today’s word list-1 for The Hindu Editorial (Beyond criticism?) – Nov 10, 2018.

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  1. uproar (noun) – outcry, protest; commotion/disturbance.
  2.  streak (noun) – element, vein, trace.
  3. intolerance (noun) – bigotry, narrow-mindedness, illiberality/dogmatism.
  4. bully (verb) – coerce, intimidate, pressurize.
  5. shelve (verb) – abandon, drop, cancel/eliminate.
  6. resort to (verb) – use, utilize, turn to.
  7. ostensibly (adverb) – apparently, seemingly, on the face of it.
  8. rampage (noun) – wild/violent, running amok, berserk.
  9. chorus (noun) – in unison, together, simultaneously/at the same time.
  10. decry (verb) – denounce, condemn, criticize.
  11. populist (adjective) – relating to the politicians who claim that they are representing the common/ordinary people.
  12. tacit (adjective) – implicit, indirect, hinted.
  13. endorsement (nun) – support, backing, approval.
  14. climate (noun) – atmosphere, feeling, attitude.
  15. touch the raw nerve (phrase) – provoke a strong reaction by referring to a sensitive subject.
  16. blowback (noun) – the unexpected (bad & harmful) outcomes of a political situation.
  17. dispensation (noun) – system, arrangement, organization.
  18. renowned (adjective) – well known, famous, much publicized.
  19. veiled (adjective) – hidden, concealed, disguised/camouflaged.
  20. snip (verb) – cut off, remove, trim/take off.
  21. wilfully (adverb) – deliberately, purposefully.
  22. curtail (verb) – reduce, decrease, lessen.
  23. protagonist (noun) –   main character, mainstay, hero.
  24. nurture (verb) – encourage, promote, develop/foster.
  25. ire (noun) – anger, rage, fury/wrath.
  26. irony (noun) – paradox, incongruity, peculiarity.
  27. substance (noun) – significant subject, important matter/content, valid message.
  28. nuance (noun) – variation, subtle difference, fine distinction.
  29. orchestrate (verb) – mobilize, mastermind, choreograph/engineer.
  30. ought to (modal verb) – must, should.
  31. celluloid (noun) – cinema, motion pictures, films.
  32. take the law in one’s hands (phrase) – to punish someone for his/her wrongdoing according to one’s own idea of justice and without consideration for the role of law enforcement authorities.
  33. instil (verb) – introduce, fix, infuse/inculcate.
  34. stifle (verb) – constrain, oppress, prevent/impede.

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2. Definitions (elementary level) & Synonyms provided for the words above are my personal work and not that of Oxford University Press. Tentative definitions/meanings are provided for study purpose only and they may vary in different context. 
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