1) TRUANT and BOUYANT: A truant monsoon could ensure that rural income will not be buoyant.
1. A student who stays away from school without leave or explanation.
(of a student) Being a truant : Truant children have to be dealt with carefully and with sensitivity.
2. Wandering; straying : Her truant husband was beyond redemption.
Able or apt to stay afloat or rise to the top of a liquid or gas.
• (of a liquid or gas) Able to keep something afloat.
• (figurative) (of an economy, business, or market) involving or engaged in much activity : Car sales were not buoyant this year and this caused a number of dealerships to close down.
• (figurative) cheerful and optimistic : The conference ended with the party in a buoyant mood.
2) INTRANSIGENT: As states remain intransigent, enclave-dwellers must depend on the support of individuals..
Not willing to compromise; obstinately maintaining an attitude
Refusing to moderate a position, especially an extreme position; uncompromising.
3) SHROUDED: The revelation is remarkable given that North Korea has long shrouded its first ladies behind a veil of secrecy.
1. A cloth used to wrap a body for burial; a winding sheet.
2. Something that conceals, protects, or screens: under a shroud of fog.
a. Nautical One of a set of ropes or wire cables stretched from the masthead to the sides of a vessel to support the mast.
b. A similar supporting line for a smokestack or comparable structure.
c. One of the ropes connecting the harness and canopy of a parachute.
1. To wrap (a corpse) in burial clothing.
2. To shut off from sight; screen.
3. Archaic To shelter; protect.
4) JOLTED: THE Supreme Court’s ban on tourism in core wildlife areas has jolted the very idea of tiger conservation.
Push or shake (someone or something) abruptly and roughly
Give a surprise or shock to (someone) in order to make them act or change
An abrupt rough or violent movementJerk or surge, in physics, the third derivative of position with regard to time