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Antonym of IMMINENT ?

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Antonym of TOPPLE ?

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Antonym of HAZARDOUS ?

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Antonym of INCENTIVIZE ?

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Which is a synonym of CONVOY ?

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Antonym of CIRCUMSPECT ?

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Antonym of ENVELOP ?

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Which is a synonym of DIGNIFIED ?

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Antonym of EXTRADITION?

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Which is a synonym of DELINQUENT ?

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Meaning of DEVOIR

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Which is a synonym of OMINOUS ?

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Which is a synonym of ERSTWHILE ?

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Which is a synonym of INHIBIT ?

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Antonym of DISQUIET ?

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Which is a synonym of FEASIBLE ?

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Antonym of EXECUTIVE ?

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Which is a synonym of RECKLESS ?

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Antonym of DOMINANT ?

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Which is a synonym of NURTURE ?

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Which is a synonym of DISMISS ?

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Antonym of OVERLY ?

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Which is a synonym of FURNISH ?

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Which is a synonym of FURNISH ?

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Antonym of INFAMOUS ?

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Which is a synonym of PERVERSE ?

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Which is a synonym of ALLEGE ?

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Which is a synonym of MACABRE ?

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Which is a synonym of AMBITIOUS ?

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Antonym of NURSE ?

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1. ASSERTIVE (ADJECTIVE): (मुखर): confident
Synonyms: forceful, self-confident
Antonyms: retiring
Example Sentence:The job may call for assertive behavior.

2. SLOPPY (ADJECTIVE): (लापरवाह): careless
Synonyms: slapdash, slipshod
Antonyms: careful
Example Sentence:We gave away a goal through sloppy defending.

3. THRIVE (VERB): (फलना-फूलना): flourish
Synonyms: prosper burgeon
Antonyms: increase
Example Sentence:Education groups tend to thrive on organization.

4. CONVENTIONAL (ADJECTIVE): (मानक): normal
Synonyms: standard, regular
Antonyms: original
Example Sentence:A conventional morality had dictated behavior.

5. SABOTAGE (VERB): (नुक़सान पहुंचाना): wreck
Synonyms: vandalize, destroy
Antonyms: strengthen
Example Sentence: Power lines from South Africa were sabotaged by rebel forces.

6. DISPENSE (VERB): (मुक्त होना): waive
Synonyms: omit, drop
Antonyms: include
Example Sentence:Let's dispense with the formalities, shall we?"

7. CRITICAL (ADJECTIVE): (महत्वपूर्ण): crucial
Synonyms: vital, essential
Antonyms: unimportant
Example Sentence:Temperature is a critical factor in successful fruit storage.

8. SPUR (VERB): (प्रोत्साहित करना): stimulate
Synonyms: encourage, prompt
Antonyms: discourage
Example Sentence: Her sons' passion for computer games spurred her to set up a software business.

9. COMPLACENCY (NOUN): (शालीनता): smugness
Synonyms: self-satisfaction, self-approval
Antonyms: dissatisfaction
Example Sentence: The figures are better, but there are no grounds for complacency.

10. DESCEND (VERB): (उतरना): drop
Synonyms: go down, come down
Antonyms: ascend
Example Sentence: The aircraft began to descend.

1. ABRIDGE (VERB): (संक्षेप करना): shorten
Synonyms: cut, curtail
Antonyms: lengthen
Example Sentence:
The introduction is abridged from the author's afterword to the novel.

2. ABEYANCE (ADJECTIVE): (निलम्बन): suspension
Synonyms: remission, suspense
Antonyms: in hand
Example Sentence:
Matters were held in abeyance pending further enquiries.

3. OBNOXIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (अप्रिय): unpleasant
Synonyms: disagreeable, nasty
Antonyms: delightful
Example Sentence:
They overthrew the chancellor who was very obnoxious to them.

4. ANNIHILATE (VERB): (मिटा देना): destroy
Synonyms: wipe out, obliterate
Antonyms: create
Example Sentence:
A simple bomb could also annihilate a lot of things.

5. CONFER (VERB): (प्रदान करना): bestow on
Synonyms: present with/to, grant to
Antonyms: withhold
Example Sentence:
The Minister may have exceeded the powers conferred on him by Parliament.

6. VEX (VERB): (खीझाना): annoy
Synonyms: irritate, infuriate
Antonyms: mollify
Example Sentence:
The memory of the conversation still vexed him.

7. DEEM (VERB): (मानना): consider
Synonyms: judge, adjudge
Antonyms: mis-judge
Example Sentence:
The event was deemed a great success.

8. UNBRIDLED (ADJECTIVE): (निरंकुश): unrestrained
Synonyms: unconstrained, uncontrolled
Antonyms: restrained
Example Sentence:
He had a moment of unbridled ambition.

9. HUMILIATE (VERB): (अपमानित करना): embarrass
Synonyms: mortify, humble
Antonyms: aggrandize
Example Sentence:
You'll humiliate me in front of the whole school!

10. BARBARIC (ADJECTIVE): (निर्दयी): cruel
Synonyms: brutal, barbarous
Antonyms: benevolent
Example Sentence:
He carried out barbaric acts in the name of war.

1. DISPUTE (VERB): (विवाद करना): challenge
Synonyms: contest, deny
Antonyms: accept
Example Sentence:
The accusations on him are entirely disputed.

2. HARROW (VERB): (परेशान करना): distress
Synonyms: trouble, afflict
Antonyms: calm
Example Sentence:
Rima could take it, whereas I'm harrowed by it.

3. URGE (VERB): (प्रोत्साहित करना): encourage
Synonyms: enjoin, adjure
Antonyms: discourage
Example Sentence:
Drawing up outside the house, he urged her inside.

4. SEVERELY (ADVERB): (गंभीर रूप से): seriously
Synonyms: gravely, critically
Antonyms: slightly
Example Sentence:
Our business has been severely affected by the slowdown.

5. INVIGORATE (VERB): (पुन: जीवित करना): revitalize
Synonyms: energize, refresh
Antonyms: tire
Example Sentence:
The shower had invigorated her.

6. INNATE (ADJECTIVE): (जन्मजात): inborn
Synonyms: natural, inbred
Antonyms: acquired
Example Sentence:
Her innate capacity for organization.

7. DASHING (ADJECTIVE): (ख़ुशमिज़ाज): debonair
Synonyms: jaunty, devil-may-care
Antonyms: boring
Example Sentence:
He is a dashing young pilot.

8. CRYPTIC (ADJECTIVE): (रहस्यपूर्ण): enigmatic
Synonyms: mysterious, confusing
Antonyms: straightforward
Example Sentence:
He found his boss's utterances too cryptic.

9. SPARSE (ADJECTIVE): (अल्प): scanty
Synonyms: scant, scattered
Antonyms: abundant
Example Sentence:
Information on earnings is sparse.

10. OPTIMISTIC (ADJECTIVE): (आशावादी): cheerful
Synonyms: cheery, positive
Antonyms: pessimistic
Example Sentence:
The optimistic mood of the Sixties.

1. TRAUMATIC (ADJECTIVE): (दर्दनाक) : disturbing
Synonyms: shocking, distressing
Antonyms: soothing
Example Sentence:She was going through a traumatic divorce.

2. CONVICTION (NOUN): (दोषसिद्धि): sentence
Synonyms: judgement
Antonyms: acquittal
Example Sentence:She had a previous conviction for a similar offence.

3. BOLSTER (VERB): (मजबूत बनाना): strengthen
Synonyms: support, reinforce
Antonyms: avoid
Example Sentence:The fall in interest rates is starting to bolster confidence.

4. DISORIENTED (ADJECTIVE): (गुमराह): confused
Synonyms: bewildered, perplexed
Antonyms: oriented
Example Sentence:She was so disoriented that Joe had to walk her to her room.

5. AUGMENT (VERB): (बढ़ाना): increase
Synonyms: add to, supplement
Antonyms: decrease
Example Sentence:He augmented his summer income by painting.

6. FLAWED (ADJECTIVE): (त्रुटिपूर्ण): aunsound
Synonyms: defective, faulty
Antonyms: sound
Example Sentence:It was absolutely a fatally flawed strategy.

7. DEFY (VERB): (अवज्ञा करना): disobey
Synonyms: go against, flout
Antonyms: obey
Example Sentence:She is a woman who defies convention.

8. DIRE (ADJECTIVE): (अत्यंत गंभीर): terrible
Synonyms: dreadful, appalling
Antonyms: excited
Example Sentence:Misuse of drugs have dire consequences.

9. MORATORIUM (NOUN): (रोक): embargo
Synonyms: ban, prohibition
Antonyms: permission
Example Sentence:A moratorium has been put on the use of drift nets.

10. INDISPENSABLE (ADJECTIVE): (अपरिहार्य): essential
Synonyms: crucial necessary
Antonyms: dispensable
Example Sentence:He made himself indispensable to the parish priest.

1. ZEALOUS (ADJECTIVE): (उत्साही): fervent
Synonyms: ardent, fervid
Antonyms: apathetic
Example Sentence:
The council was extremely zealous in the application of the regulations.

2. APPEALING (ADJECTIVE):(आकर्षक): attractive
Synonyms: engaging, alluring
Antonyms: off-putting
Example Sentence:
Village life is somehow more appealing than city's.

3. HOSTILITY (NOUN): (युद्ध): fighting
Synonyms: conflict, combat
Antonyms: peace
Example Sentence:
He called for an immediate cessation of hostilities.

4. RELATIVE (ADJECTIVE): (तुलनात्मक): comparative
Synonyms: respective, comparable
Antonyms: absolute
Example Sentence:
The relative effectiveness of the various mechanisms is not known.

5. AGITATE (VERB): (उत्तेजित करना): upset
Synonyms: perturb, fluster
Antonyms: calm
Example Sentence:
The thought of questioning Tony agitated him extremely.

6. TIRESOME (ADJECTIVE): (थकानेवाला): boring
Synonyms: dull, tedious
Antonyms: interesting
Example Sentence:
Weeding is a tiresome but essential job.

7. GLORIFY (VERB): (महिमामंडन करना): ennoble
Synonyms: exalt, elevate
Antonyms: dishonour
Example Sentence:
A football video went viral glorifying violence.

8. ABATE (VERB): (घटना): subside
Synonyms: lessen, let up
Antonyms: intensify
Example Sentence:
In an hour or so the storm would abate and they could leave.

9. FLEETING (ADJECTIVE): (क्षणभंगुर): brief
Synonyms: transient, short-lived
Antonyms: lasting
Example Sentence:
For a very fleeting moment I saw his face.

10. GLOSSY (ADJECTIVE): (सतही आकर्षक): expensive
Synonyms: high-quality, stylish
Antonyms: cheap
Example Sentence:
That is just another glossy TV miniseries.

1. CONFRONT (VERB): (सामना करना): challenge
Synonyms: square up to, oppose
Antonyms: avoid
Example Sentence: He confronted the robbers as they were trying to leave.

2. POISED (ADJECTIVE): (शांतचित्त): self-possessed
Synonyms: self-assured composed
Antonyms: excited
Example Sentence: Not every day you saw that poised, competent kid distressed.

3. DESPITE (PREPOSITION): (के बावजूद ): in spite of
Synonyms: notwithstanding, in the face of
Antonyms: because of
Example Sentence: He remains a great leader despite age and infirmity.

4. CONSOLIDATE (VERB): (मजबूत करना): strengthen
Synonyms: secure, stabilize
Antonyms: weaken
Example Sentence: The company consolidated its position in the international market.

5. FLIPPANT (ADJECTIVE): (क्षुद्र): frivolous
Synonyms: superficial, shallow
Antonyms: serious
Example Sentence: He made a flippant remark.

6. FERVENT (ADJECTIVE): (उत्कट): impassioned
Synonyms: passionate, intense
Antonyms: apathetic
Example Sentence: I am a fervent supporter of the revolution.

7. MENACE (VERB): (ख़तरे में डालना): threaten
Synonyms: jeopardize, imperil
Antonyms: friendly
Example Sentence: Africa's elephants are still menaced by poaching.

8. REQUISITE (ADJECTIVE): (अपेक्षित): necessary
Synonyms: required, prerequisite
Antonyms: optional
Example Sentence: The application will not be processed until the requisite fee is paid.

9. PSYCHE (NOUN): (मानस): soul
Synonyms: spirit, life force
Antonyms: body
Example Sentence: My childhood made me understand the human psyche and to help others.

10. ADVERSE (NOUN): (प्रतिकूल): unfavourable
Synonyms: disadvantageous, inauspicious
Antonyms: favourable
Example Sentence:Taxes are having an adverse effect on production.

1. WORRISOME (ADJECTIVE): (चिंताजनक): worrying
Synonyms: daunting, alarming
Antonyms: reassuring
Example Sentence:
The situation were becoming worrisome day be day.

2. CONCEDE (VERB): (स्वीकार करना): admit
Synonyms: acknowledge, accept
Antonyms: deny
Example Sentence:
I had to concede that I overreacted at his behaviour.

3. CONVENE (VERB): (बुलाना): summon
Synonyms: call, order
Antonyms: disperse
Example Sentence:
He had convened a secret meeting of military personnel.

4. SIGNIFICANTLY (ADVERB): (विशेषकर): notably
Synonyms: remarkably, outstandingly
Antonyms: slightly
Example Sentence:
Energy bills have increased significantly this year.

5. TROUBLED (ADJECTIVE): (चिंतित): anxious
Synonyms: worried, concerned
Antonyms: unworried
Example Sentence:
We felt very bad looking at her troubled face.

6. TERMINATE (VERB): (समाप्त करना): end
Synonyms: close, conclude
Antonyms: begin
Example Sentence:
He was advised to terminate the contract.

7. REMOTE (ADJECTIVE): (असंभाव्य): unlikely
Synonyms: improbable, implausible
Antonyms: likely
Example Sentence:
Chances of a lasting peace became even more remote.

8. REMISS (ADJECTIVE): (बेपरवाह): negligent
Synonyms: neglectful irresponsible
Antonyms: careful
Example Sentence:
It would be very remiss of me not to pass on that information.

9. IMMUNE (ADJECTIVE): (बचा हुआ): resistant
Synonyms: not subject to, unsusceptible
Antonyms: susceptible
Example Sentence:
They are immune from legal action.

10. FIASCO (NOUN): (असफलता): failure
Synonyms: disaster, catastrophe
Antonyms: success
Example Sentence:
His plans turned into a fiasco.

1. OUTRAGEOUS (ADJECTIVE): (असुगम): far-fetched
Synonyms: unlikely, dubious
Antonyms: realistic
Example Sentence:
The outrageous claims made by the previous government.

2. AGGRESSION (NOUN): (आत्मविश्वास): confidence
Synonyms: self-confidence, boldness
Antonyms: diffidence
Example Sentence:
He plays violin with sheer volume and aggression.

3. EXPEDITE (VERB): (जल्दी करना): speed up
Synonyms: accelerate, hurry
Antonyms: delay
Example Sentence:
To expedite the approval process, one can apply online.

4. EFFICACY (NOUN): (प्रभावकारिता): effectiveness
Synonyms: success, potency
Antonyms: inefficacy
Example Sentence:
There is little information on the efficacy of this treatment.

5. GENERIC (ADJECTIVE): (सामान्य): general
Synonyms: common, collective
Antonyms: specific
Example Sentence:
Chèvre is a generic term for all goat's milk cheese.

6. DEFER (VERB): (समर्पण करना): yield
Synonyms: submit, give way
Antonyms: stand up to
Example Sentence:
He was not a man to defer this kind of pressure.

7. STEREOTYPE (VERB): (रूढ़िबद्ध धारणा बनाना): typecast
Synonyms: pigeonhole, conventionalize
Antonyms: unconventional
Example Sentence:
The city is too easily stereotyped as an industrial wasteland.

8. DISRUPT (VERB): (भंग करना): distort
Synonyms: damage, buckle
Antonyms: organize
Example Sentence:
Alcohol can disrupt the chromosomes of an unfertilized egg.

9. TOLERANCE (NOUN): (सहनशीलता): forbearance
Synonyms: toleration, sufferance
Antonyms: intolerance
Example Sentence:
The plants have a high tolerance for heat.

10. TERRIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (बीमार): ill
Synonyms: unwell, poorly
Antonyms: well
Example Sentence:
I was sick all night and felt terrible for two days.

1. NOTABLE (ADJECTIVE): (उल्लेखनीय): .noteworthy
Synonyms: remarkable, outstanding
Antonyms: insignificant
Example Sentence:
The gardens are notable for their collection of magnolias and camellias.

2. PHENOMENAL (ADJECTIVE): (अभूतपूर्व): exceptional
Synonyms: extraordinary, remarkable
Antonyms: ordinary
Example Sentence:
The town expanded at a phenomenal rate.

3. ATYPICAL (ADJECTIVE): (विचित्र): unusual
Synonyms: untypical, non-typical
Antonyms: typical
Example Sentence:
I belong to the sample of people who are rather atypical of the target audience.

4. THOUGHTFUL (ADJECTIVE): (विचारशील): pensive
Synonyms: thinking, reflective
Antonyms: vacant
Example Sentence:
Brows were drawn together in thoughtful consideration.

5. FLAUNT (VERB): (शान दिखाना): show off
Synonyms: parade, exhibit
Antonyms: hide
Example Sentence:
Newly rich consumers eager to flaunt their prosperity.

6. FORMIDABLE (ADJECTIVE): (डरावना): intimidating
Synonyms: forbidding, redoubtable
Antonyms: comforting
Example Sentence:
Hers is an formidable opponent.

7. EXASPERATION (NOUN): (खीज): irritation
Synonyms: annoyance, chagrin
Antonyms: pleasure
Example Sentence:
She rolled her eyes in exasperation.

8. FORTIFY (VERB): (मज़बूत करना): invigorate
Synonyms: strengthen, energize
Antonyms: sedate
Example Sentence:
She is fortified by her religious faith.

9. PRECISION (NOUN): (शुद्धता): exactness
Synonyms: accuracy, correctness
Antonyms: inaccuracy
Example Sentence:
The deal was planned and executed with military precision.

10. IMPROBABLE (ADJECTIVE): (असंभाव्य): unlikely
Synonyms: not likely, doubtful
Antonyms: probable
Example Sentence:
This account of events was seen by the jury as most improbable.

1. ABHORRENT (ADJECTIVE): (घिनौना): hateful
Synonyms: detestable, detested
Antonyms: admirable
Example Sentence:
Racism is abhorrent to us all.

2. VOLATILE (ADJECTIVE): (अस्थिर): tense
Synonyms: strained, fraught
Antonyms: stable
Example Sentence:
The political situation was becoming more volatile.

3. DESPERATE (ADJECTIVE): (निराशाजनक): despairing
Synonyms: hopeless, anguished
Antonyms: cheerful
Example Sentence:
A desperate sadness had enveloped my mind.

4. RELUCTANT (ADJECTIVE): (अनिच्छुक): unwilling
Synonyms: disinclined, unenthusiastic
Antonyms: willing
Example Sentence:
He is always reluctant in trying anything new.

5. DISCARD (VERB): (अलग करना): throw away
Synonyms: throw out, get rid of
Antonyms: keep
Example Sentence:
She bundled up the clothes she had discarded.

6. IRONIC (ADJECTIVE): (ताने के तौर पर): sarcastic
Synonyms: sardonic dry
Antonyms: sincere
Example Sentence:
His mouth curved into an ironic smile.

7. ABOLISH (VERB): (समाप्त करना): put an end to
Synonyms: do away with, get rid of
Antonyms: retain
Example Sentence:
The tax was abolished in 1977.

8. ADULTERATE (VERB): (मिलावट करना): degrade
Synonyms: debase, spoil
Antonyms: refine
Example Sentence:
The brewer is said to adulterate his beer.

9. DEFAMATORY (ADJECTIVE): (अपवादक): libellous
Synonyms: slanderous, defaming
Antonyms: complimentary
Example Sentence:
He used a defamatory statement to mention her.

10. RIDICULE (VERB): (उपहास करना): deride
Synonyms: mock, laugh at
Antonyms: praise
Example Sentence:
His theory was ridiculed and dismissed.

1. MAWKISH (ADJECTIVE): (कुत्सित): sentimental
Synonyms: over-sentimental, over-emotional
Antonyms: cool
Example Sentence:
He paid a mawkish ode to parenthood.

2. REINSTATE (VERB): (बहाल करना): restore
Synonyms: put back, replace
Antonyms: abolish
Example Sentence:
The union threatened strike action if Owen was not reinstated.

3. IMPUDENCE (NOUN): (बदतमीजी): impertinence
Synonyms: insolence, effrontery
Antonyms: pertinence
Example Sentence:
His arrogance and impudence had offended many.

4. UPBEAT (ADJECTIVE): (उत्साहित): optimistic
Synonyms: cheerful, cheery
Antonyms: pessimistic
Example Sentence:
He was upbeat about the company's future.

5. VIBRANT (ADJECTIVE): (जीवंत): spirited
Synonyms: lively, high-spirited
Antonyms: spiritless
Example Sentence:
I reside in a vibrant cosmopolitan city.

6. SCINTILLATING(ADJECTIVE): (चकाचौंध में डालने वाला): brilliant
Synonyms: dazzling, exciting
Antonyms: boring
Example Sentence:
The audience loved his scintillating wit.

7. INNATE (ADJECTIVE): (जन्मजात): inborn
Synonyms: natural, inbred
Antonyms: acquired
Example Sentence:
She has innate skills for the organization.

8. EXAGGERATE (VERB): (अतिरंजना करना): overstate
Synonyms: overemphasize, overstress
Antonyms: play down
Example Sentence:
He was apt to exaggerate any aches and pains.

9. WIT (NOUN): (वाक्-पटुता): intelligence
Synonyms: shrewdness, cleverness
Antonyms: stupidity
Example Sentence:
She does not lack perception or native wit.

10. ENIGMATIC (ADJECTIVE): (रहस्यपूर्ण): enigmatic
Synonyms: mysterious, confusing
Antonyms: straightforward
Example Sentence:
He found his boss's utterances too cryptic

1. INTRANSIGENT (ADJECTIVE):(हठी): uncompromising
Synonyms: inflexible, unbending
Antonyms: compliant
Example Sentence:
Her father had tried persuasion, but she was intransigent.

2. CUTTING-EDGE (ADJECTIVE): (अत्यधिक उन्नत): highly advanced
Synonyms: innovative, pioneering
Antonyms: outdated
Example Sentence:
The firm introduced some cutting-edge technology.

3. ANGST (NOUN): (उत्कंठा): anxiety
Synonyms: fear, dread
Antonyms: calmness
Example Sentence:
The middle classes go through existential angst.

4. ACCREDIT (VERB): (मान्य करना): recognize
Synonyms: license, authorize
Antonyms: ban
Example Sentence:
Institutions that do not meet the standards will not be accredited for teacher training.

5. INDIGENOUS (NOUN): (स्वदेशी): native
Synonyms: aboriginal, local
Antonyms: expatriate
Example Sentence:
The most indigenous inhabitants were the American Indians.

6. OUTRAGE (NOUN): (रोष): indignation
Synonyms: fury, anger
Antonyms: subsidence
Example Sentence:
Her voice trembled with outrage.

7. OMINOUS (ADJECTIVE): (अमंगल): threatening
Synonyms: menacing, baleful
Antonyms: promising
Example Sentence:
There were ominous dark clouds gathering overhead.

8. MODERATE (VERB): (घटना): abate
Synonyms: let up, lessen
Antonyms: get up
Example Sentence:
I shall not moderate my criticism.

9. DESCRIPTIVE (ADJECTIVE): (वर्णनात्मक): illustrative
Synonyms: expressive, pictorial
Antonyms: undescriptive
Example Sentence:
The text contains some good descriptive passages.

10. DEARTH (NOUN): (दुर्लभता): lack
Synonyms: scarcity, shortage
Antonyms: abundance
Example Sentence:
There was a dearth of evidence.

1. SCANDALOUS (ADJECTIVE): (अपमानपूर्ण): discreditable
Synonyms: disreputable, dishonourable
Antonyms: seemly
Example Sentence:
The magazine published scandalous pictures of the movie star.

2. ACQUIT (VERB): (बरी करना): absolve
Synonyms: clear, exonerate Antonyms: convict
Example Sentence:
One was brought to trial on a charge of affray and was acquitted.

3. RETROGADE (ADJECTIVE): (प्रतिगामी): regressive
Synonyms: negative, downhill
Antonyms: positive
Example Sentence:
To go back on the progress that has been made would be a retrograde step.

4. PERSEVERANCE (NOUN): (दृढ़ता): persistence
Synonyms: tenacity, determination
Antonyms: irresolution
Example Sentence:
His perseverance with the technique illustrates his single-mindedness.

5. BANKRUPT (ADJECTIVE): (दिवालिया): insolvent
Synonyms: bankrupted, failed
Antonyms: solvent
Example Sentence:
His father went bankrupt and the family had to sell their home.

6. OUST (VERB): (बाहर निकालना): expel
Synonyms: force out, remove
Antonyms: readmit
Example Sentence:
The reformists were ousted from power.

7. BLIGHT (NOUN): (क्षति): affliction
Synonyms: scourge, bane
Antonyms: blessing
Example Sentence:
The vacant properties are a blight on the neighbourhood.

8. DISPLACE (NOUN): (स्थान से हटाना): depose
Synonyms: dislodge, unseat
Antonyms: reinstate
Example Sentence:
His aides were discredited and displaced.

9. IMPLICATION (NOUN): (निहितार्थ): suggestion
Synonyms: inference, insinuation
Antonyms: explicit statement
Example Sentence:
The implication is that no one person at the bank is responsible.

10. FUNDAMENTAL (NOUN): (मूल): basics
Synonyms: essentials, rudiments
Antonyms: advanced principles
Example Sentence:
Two courses cover the fundamentals of microbiology.

1. DIM (ADJECTIVE): (अस्पष्ट): indistinct
Synonyms: ill-defined, unclear
Antonyms: distinct
Example Sentence:
There was a dim figure in the dark kitchen.indistinct

2. CONVENE (VERB): (बुलाना): summon
Synonyms: call, order
Antonyms: disperse
Example Sentence:
He had convened a secret meeting of military personnel.

3. SCANDALIZE (VERB): (अपमानित करना): shock
Synonyms: appal, outrage
Antonyms: impress
Example Sentence:
Their lack of manners scandalized their hosts.

4. GENEROSITY (VERB): (प्रचुरता): abundance
Synonyms: amplitude, richness
Antonyms: dearth
Example Sentence:
Diners certainly cannot complain about the generosity of portions.

5. SURREAL (ADJECTIVE): (अवास्तविक): unreal
Synonyms: bizarre, unusual
Antonyms: real
Example Sentence:
He studied the surreal imagery of the situation.

6. RECURRENT (ADJECTIVE): (आवर्तक): repeated
Synonyms: recurring, repetitive
Antonyms: isolated
Example Sentence:
She had a recurrent dream about falling.

7. RESUMPTION (NOUN): (पुनरारंभ): restart
Synonyms: restarting, reopening
Antonyms: suspension
Example Sentence:
Resumption of peace talks is expected soon.

8. LATENT (ADJECTIVE): (निष्क्रिय): dormant
Synonyms: quiescent, inactive
Antonyms: manifest
Example Sentence:
They have a huge reserve of latent talent.

9. FORGO (VERB): (त्यागना): do without
Synonyms: go without, give up
Antonyms: keep
Example Sentence:
I'll forgo dessert tonight—I'm trying to lose weight.

10. AFFLUENT (ADJECTIVE): (धनी): wealthy
Synonyms: rich, prosperous
Antonyms: poor
Example Sentence:
I reside in an affluent neighbourhood.

1. DEFALCATION (NOUN): (गबन)
: default
Synonyms: disaster, failure
Antonyms: accomplishment, achievement
Example Sentence:
Ravi made defalcation in funds.

2. CANDOR (NOUN): (निष्कपटता)
: frankness
Synonyms: directness, fairness
Antonyms: dishonesty, unfairness
Example Sentence:
She has done her task with complete candor.

3. CESSATION (NOUN): (ठहराव)
: abeyance
Synonyms: breather, discontinuance
Antonyms: activity, continuity
Example Sentence:
Since the bad weather has caused a temporary building cessation, the office building will not be completed on time.

4. DEVIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (कपटी)
: deceitful
Synonyms: duplicitous, insidious
Antonyms: honest, forthright
Example Sentence:
He plays a devious character.

5. DISPARATE (ADJECTIVE): (भिन्न)
: contrasting
Synonyms: discordant, diverse
Antonyms: agreeing, alike
Example Sentence:
Anamika made disparate arguments.

6. DISTRAUGHT (ADJECTIVE): (व्याकुल): very upset
Synonyms: agitated, anxious
Antonyms: balanced, calm
Example Sentence:
She burst into a little peal of laughter as she looked into his distraught face.

7. EXTRICATE (VERB): (अलग करना): get out of a situation
Synonyms: detach, extract
Antonyms: attach, connect
Example Sentence:
Amay was trying to extricate himself from official duties.

8. RIG (VERB): (वस्र पहनना): dress
Synonyms: equip, furnish
Antonyms: disrobe, uncover
Example Sentence:
The children return from Box Hill, and are rigged out for church.

9. ENTANGLE (VERB): (उलझाना)
: involve
Synonyms: confuse, complicate
Antonyms: clarify, exclude
Example Sentence:
Don’t entangle those people in your project as they are not trustworthy.

10.PREMEDITATED(ADJECTIVE)(पूर्वचिन्तित): planned
Synonyms: calculated, deliberate
Antonyms: accidental, casual
Example Sentence:
Had it really been premeditated that he should fall into that camp?

1. EXCURSION (VERB)(भ्रमण) : cruise
Synonyms: expedition, jaunt
Antonyms: halt, stop
Example Sentence:
Our island excursion of Honduras was filled with touring the landmarks.

2. FOLKSY (ADJECTIVE):(मिलनसार)
: casual
Synonyms: homey, informal
Antonyms: formal, cold
Example Sentence:
Anuradha is a folksy fellow.

3. CRAVING (NOUN)(तृष्णा) : strong desire
Synonyms: appetite, hankering
Antonyms: disgust, dislike
Example Sentence:
His mind is full of unpleasant, unsatisfied craving.

4. QUIRK (NOUN)(पागलपन) : eccentricity
Synonyms: oddity, foible
Antonyms: normality, inability
Example Sentence:Wearing only pink socks is Gayatri’s oddest quirk.

5. CREAK (VERB)(चरमराना) : squeak
Synonyms: groan, screech
Antonyms: mumble, whisper
Example Sentence:
There was a loud creak in the corridor.

6. UNFEIGNED (ADJECTIVE)(अकृत्रिम) : original
Synonyms: genuine, real
Antonyms: pretentious,counterfeit
Example Sentence:
The reality show was completely unfeigned and free of scripted fights.

7. BUNGLE (VERB): mess up: (घपला)
Synonyms: blunder, mismanage
Antonyms: manage, fix
Example Sentence:
He was fired as he could bungle the simplest of tasks given to him.

8.TIRADE(NOUN):abuse: (आक्षेप)
Synonyms: ranting,denunciation
Antonyms: praise, complement
Example Sentence:
The employee launched a tirade when fired from his job.

9. CAUCUS (NOUN):(दल): group gathered to make decisions
Synonyms: gathering,convention
Antonym: individual, one
Example Sentence:
The legislative caucus had a long discussion over the new bill.

10.TUMULT(NOUN):chaos: (कोलाहल)
Synonyms: commotion, agitation
Antonyms: harmony, peace
Example sentence:
The petrol prices are rising due to the political tumult in the gulf countries

1. VIBRANT (ADJECTIVE)(जोशपूर्ण)
: energetic
Synonyms: spirited, virile
Antonyms: dispirited, lethargic
Example Sentence:
The rich merchants are a part of a vibrant economy.

2. CHASM (NOUN): (गहरी खाई): gap
Synonyms: crater, rift
Antonyms: closure, juncture
Example Sentence:
The chasm between the rich and poor has grown wider over the last decade.

3. FUGITIVE (ADJECTIVE)(भगोड़ा)
: person escaping law
Synonyms: escapee, outlaw
Antonyms: enduring,confronting
Example Sentence:
The fugitive don rarely left his cabin to avoid any social contact.

4.ADUMBRATE(VERB)(पूर्वाभास देना)
: foreshadow
Synonyms: outline, darken
Antonym: illuminate, light up
Example Sentence:
The setting sun adumbrates the bridge to create a scenic view.

5. (RAUCOUS (ADJECTIVE):(उग्र)
: noisy
Synonyms: discordant, loud
Antonyms: mild, quiet
Example Sentence:
Her birthday parties were raucous but fun.

6. CONSORT (NOUN):(संगी)
: concomitant
Synonyms: companion, mate
Antonyms: enemy, adversary
Example Sentence:
He is my true consort.

7. ATTUNE (VERB): (लय में करना)
: accommodate
Synonyms: accustom, adapt
Antonyms: disarrange, disagree
Example Sentence:
Students are not attuned to making decisions

8. CREDENCE (NOUN): (स्वीकृति)
: acceptance
Synonyms: assurance, certainty
Antonyms: denial, disbelief
Example Sentence:
If a person wants to give credence to his business, he should develop a company website.

9. WHIP (VERB): (पीटना): bash
Synonyms: beat, lash
Antonyms: compliment, praise
Example Sentence:
He was whipped badly.

10. CONTINUAL (ADJECTIVE)(लगातार): ceaseless
Synonyms: continuous,enduring
Antonyms: finished, end
Example Sentence:
Your words are the source of continual inspiration.

1. INFIRM (ADJECTIVE): (कमजोर): frail
Synonyms: weak, feeble
Antonyms: strong
Example Sentence:
Those who are old or infirm aren't allowed ro travel.

2. NULLIFY (VERB): (अमान्य ठहराना) : annul
Synonyms: void, invalidate
Antonyms: ratify
Example Sentence:
Judges were unwilling to nullify government decisions.

3. ASSERTIVE (ADJECTIVE): (आत्म विश्वासी): confident
Synonyms: forceful, self-confident
Antonyms: retiring
Example Sentence:
The job of a salesman calls for assertive behaviour.

4. AMID (PREPOSITION): (के बीच): in the middle of
Synonyms: among, between
Antonyms: surrounding
Example Sentence:
Our dream home, set amid magnificent rolling countryside.

5. INQUISITIVE (ADJECTIVE): (जिज्ञासु): curious
Synonyms: intrigued, interested
Antonyms: uninterested
Example Sentence:
I didn't like to seem inquisitive.

6. TANGLE (VERB): (उलझाना): confuse
Synonyms: jumble, mix up
Antonyms: simple
Example Sentence:
His ideas tangled matters even further.

7. ECONOMICAL (ADJECTIVE): (किफ़ायती): cost-effective
Synonyms: effective, efficient
Antonyms: extravagant
Example Sentence:
Solar power may provide a more economic solution.

8. ABATE (VERB): (न्यून होना): subside
Synonyms: lessen, let up
Antonyms: intensify
Example Sentence:
The storm had suddenly abated to a huge extent.

9. PREMIUM (NOUN): (वरिष्ठ): superior
Synonyms: premier, high-end
Antonyms: inferior
Example Sentence:
Premium vine and good music is all he needs for a good weekend.

10. EXQUISITE (ADJECTIVE): (अति सुंदर): beautiful
Synonyms: lovely, elegant
Antonyms: crude
Example Sentence:
The place was filled with exquisite, jewel- like portraits.

1. EXPEDITIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (शीघ्र): speedy
Synonyms: swift, quick
Antonyms: slow
Example Sentence:
The investigation was supposed to be expeditious.

2. RATIFY (VERB): (पुष्टि करना): confirm
Synonyms: approve, sanction
Antonyms: reject
Example Sentence:
Both countries were due to ratify the treaty by the end of the year.

3. CAPACIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (लंबा-चौड़ा): roomy
Synonyms: commodious, spacious
Antonyms: cramped
Example Sentence:
She looked for a hairpin in her capacious handbag.

4. ASSAULT (VERB): (हमला करना): hit
Synonyms: strike, smack
Antonyms: defend
Example Sentence:
He pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer.

5. IDENTICAL (ADJECTIVE): (समान): one and the same
Synonyms: aforementioned, aforesaid
Antonyms: different
Example Sentence:
She stole from the identical station at which she had been arrested before.

6. ILLUSION (NOUN): (भ्रांति): appearance
Synonyms: impression, imitation
Antonyms: reality
Example Sentence:
They have to showcase an illusion of family togetherness.

7. PROMPT (VERB): (प्रेरित करना): induce
Synonyms: make, move
Antonyms: discourage
Example Sentence:
Curiosity prompted him to look inside.

8. REAP (NOUN): (प्राप्त करना): receive
Synonyms: obtain, get
Antonyms: lose
Example Sentence:
The company is reaping the benefits.

9. POST (PREPOSITION): (के उपरांत): subsequent to
Synonyms: after
Antonyms: before
Example Sentence:
American poetry post the 1950s hasn't had the same impact.

10. NATIVE (ADJECTIVE): (जन्मजात): innate
Synonyms: inherent, inborn
Antonyms: acquired
Example Sentence:
She has some last vestige of native wit.

1. SATISFACTORY (ADJECTIVE): (संतोषजनक): adequate
Synonyms: all right, acceptable
Antonyms: unsatisfactory
Example Sentence:
He did not get a satisfactory reply.

2. VEHEMENCE (NOUN): (जुनून): passion
Synonyms: force, ardour
Antonyms: apathy
Example Sentence:
There was a lot of vehemence in his reaction.

3. BLISTERING (ADJECTIVE): (बर्बर): savage
Synonyms: vicious, fierce
Antonyms: mild
Example Sentence:
There was a blistering attack on the government's transport policy.

4. RESOLVE (NOUN): (दृढ़ निश्चय): determination
Synonyms: resolution, purpose
Antonyms: indecision
Example Sentence:
She received information which had strengthened her resolve.

5.EXPERIMENTAL(ADJECTIVE): (परिवर्तनात्‍मक): innovative
Synonyms: new, original
Antonyms: stale
Example Sentence:
She is a huge admirer of experimental music.

6. THRIVE (VERB): (फलना-फूलना): flourish
Synonyms: prosper, burgeon
Antonyms: decline
Example Sentence:
Education groups thrive on organization.

7. ACADEMIC (ADJECTIVE): (सैद्धांतिक): theoretical
Synonyms: conceptual, notional
Antonyms: practical
Example Sentence:
The debate has been largely academic.

8. PROTRACT (VERB): (बढ़ाना): prolong
Synonyms: extend, draw out
Antonyms: curtail
Example Sentence:
He had certainly taken his time, even protracting the process.

9. INFREQUENT (ADJECTIVE): (असामान्य): rare
Synonyms: uncommon unusual
Antonyms: frequent
Example Sentence:
Her visits were sudden and infrequent.

10. EARMARK (VERB): (चिह्नित करना): set aside
Synonyms: reserve, appropriate
Antonyms: use up
Example Sentence:
The cash had been earmarked for a big expansion of the programme.

1. PERTURBED (ADJECTIVE):(व्याकुल): anxious
Synonyms: worried, concerned
Antonyms: unworried
Example Sentence:
He nodded, obviously perturbed about something.

2. ENORMOUSLY (ADVERB): (अत्यंत): very
Synonyms: extremely, exceedingly
Antonyms: moderately
Example Sentence:
Quality of life varies enormously from one place to another.

3. ACCOUNTABILITY (NOUN): (जवाबदेही): responsibility
Synonyms: liability, answerability
Antonyms: unaccountability
Example Sentence:
Lack of accountability damaged public respect for business and political leaders.

4. IMMORAL (ADJECTIVE): (अनैतिक): unethical
Synonyms: bad, wrongful
Antonyms: moral
Example Sentence:
Her behaviour was seemingly immoral.

5. ACCREDIT (VERB): (मान्यता देना): recognize
Synonyms: license, authorize
Antonyms: ban
Example Sentence:
Institutions that do not meet the standards will not be accredited for teacher training.

6. FACTION (NOUN): (विरोध): infighting
Synonyms: dissension, dissent
Antonyms: harmony
Example Sentence:
Gradually, the army faction had increased.

7. LAMENT (VERB): (विलाप करना): mourn
Synonyms: sorrow, wail
Antonyms: celebrate
Example Sentence:
He was lamenting the death of his infant daughter.

8. PLUNGE (NOUN): (गिरावट): fall
Synonyms: drop, tumble
Antonyms: rise
Example Sentence:
The central bank declared a 76% plunge in its profits.

9. DIVINE (ADJECTIVE): (मनोरम): lovely
Synonyms: handsome, beautiful
Antonyms: mundane
Example Sentence:
Her face had the most divine smile.

10. OPTIMISM (NOUN): (आशावाद): hope
Synonyms: confidence, buoyancy
Antonyms: pessimism
Example Sentence:
The talks had been amicable and there were grounds for optimism.

1. FALLOW (ADJECTIVE): (परती, बिना जोती बोई भूमि): uncultivated
Synonyms: unploughed, untilled
Antonyms: cultivated
Example Sentence:
Incentives were provided to farmers to let land lie fallow.

2. REVIEW (VERB): (पुनर्विचार करना): reconsider
Synonyms: re-examine, reassess
Antonyms: stick by
Example Sentence:
All slides were then reviewed by one pathologist.

3.CONTEMPLATIVE(ADJECTIVE): (विचारशील): thoughtful
Synonyms: pensive, reflective
Antonyms: active
Example Sentence:
She regarded me with a contemplative eye.

4. ADVERSARY (NOUN): (प्रतिद्वंद्वी): opponent
Synonyms: rival, enemy
Antonyms: ally
Example Sentence:
Ritra beat his old adversary in the quarter-finals.

5. SUCCUMB (VERB): (दबना): yield
Synonyms: give in, give way
Antonyms: resist
Example Sentence:
We cannot merely give up and succumb to despair.

6. ONGOING (ADJECTIVE): (चल रही है): in progress
Synonyms: under way, going on
Antonyms: finished
Example Sentence:
There is an ongoing debate on the issue.

7. FLAIR (NOUN): (कौशल): aptitude
Synonyms: talent, gift
Antonyms: inability
Example Sentence:
She had a flair for certain languages.

8. DISCHARGE (VERB): (उतार देना): unload
Synonyms: offload, empty
Antonyms: load
Example Sentence:
The ferry was discharging passengers.

9.LIGHT-HEARTED(ADJECTIVE): (प्रसन्नचित): carefree
Synonyms: cheerful, cheery
Antonyms: miserable
Example Sentence:
We had an excited, light-hearted chatter.

10. STREAM (NOUN): (श्रृंखला): succession
Synonyms: series, string
Antonyms: trickle
Example Sentence:
A woman screamed a stream of abuse.

1. PREVALENT (ADJECTIVE): (प्रचलित): widespread
Synonyms: prevailing, frequent
Antonyms: uncommon
Example Sentence:
The ill practices are more prevalent in society today.

2. SUSCEPTIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (भोला): impressionable
Synonyms: credulous, gullible
Antonyms: sceptical
Example Sentence:
They only do it to tease him as he's too susceptible.

3. EXORBITANT (ADJECTIVE): (हद से ज़्यादा): extortionate
Synonyms: excessive, sky-high
Antonyms: reasonable
Example Sentence:
Some hotels charge exorbitant rates for phone calls.

4. BELITTLE (VERB): (छोटा करना): disparage
Synonyms: denigrate, run down
Antonyms: praise
Example Sentence:
She belittled my riding and driving skills.

5. UNEARTH (VERB): (पता लगाना): excavate
Synonyms: exhume, disinter
Antonyms: bury
Example Sentence:
Workmen unearthed an ancient artillery shell.

6. CRITICAL (ADJECTIVE): (जरूरी): crucial
Synonyms: vital, essential
Antonyms: unimportant
Example Sentence:
Temperature is a critical factor in fruit storage.

7. CONTEMPT (NOUN): (निंदा): scorn
Synonyms: disregard, disrespect
Antonyms: respect
Example Sentence:
She treated evryone with much contempt.

8. INSTITUTE (VERB): (आरंभ करना): install
Synonyms: instate, induct
Antonyms: dismiss
Example Sentence:
His sons were instituted to the priesthood.

9. MISLEAD (VERB): (बहकाना): deceive
Synonyms: delude, lie to
Antonyms: be honest
Example Sentence:
The government misled the public about the road's environmental impact.

10. RELEGATE (VERB): (कम करना): downgrade
Synonyms: lower, put down
Antonyms: upgrade
Example Sentence:
They aim to prevent women from being relegated to a secondary role.

1. SUBSEQUENT (ADJECTIVE): (आगामी): following
Synonyms: ensuing, succeeding
Antonyms: previous
Example Sentence:
The theory was developed subsequent to the earthquake of 1906.

2. INCUMBENT (ADJECTIVE): (वर्तमान): current
Synonyms: existing, present
Antonyms: past
Example Sentence:
The incumbent President had been defeated.

3. ABROGATION (NOUN): (निराकरण): repudiation
Synonyms: revocation, repeal
Antonyms: institution
Example Sentence:
The ministry proposed for the abrogation of the electoral law of 1850.

4. HALT (VERB): (ठहरना): stop
Synonyms: come to rest, pull up
Antonyms: start
Example Sentence:
There is growing pressure to halt the bloodshed.

5. DEPRESS (VERB): (दबाना): slow down
Synonyms: reduce, lower
Antonyms: encourage
Example Sentence:
Fear of inflation in America depressed bond markets.

6. CONSERVATIVE(ADJECTIVE): (अपरिवर्तनवादी): traditionalist
Synonyms: traditional, conventional
Antonyms: radical
Example Sentence:
They were very conservative in their outlook.

7. SETBACK (NOUN): (बाधा): problem
Synonyms: difficulty, issue
Antonyms: breakthrough
Example Sentence:
There was a serious setback for the peace.

8. UPHOLD (VERB): (कायम रखना): maintain
Synonyms: sustain, continue
Antonyms: abandon
Example Sentence:
They uphold a tradition of not causing distress to living creatures.

9. INCAPACITATE (VERB): (अक्षमता): disabled
Synonyms: debilitated, indisposed
Antonyms: fit
Example Sentence:
He was incapacitated by a heart attack.

10. PUERILE (ADJECTIVE): (बचकाना): childish
Synonyms: immature, infantile
Antonyms: mature
Example Sentence:
We had an puerile argument

1. CHAOTIC (ADJECTIVE): (अराजक): disorderly
Synonyms: disordered, disorganized
Antonyms: orderly
Example Sentence:
The administration of finance was as chaotic as the condition of parliament.

2. VULNERABLE (ADJECTIVE): (सहज में घायल होने वाला): at risk
Synonyms: endangered, unsafe
Antonyms: invulnerable
Example Sentence:
Children are the most vulnerable members of society.

3. SPURN (VERB): (तिरस्कार करना): refuse
Synonyms: decline, reject
Antonyms: adore
Example Sentence:
He spoke gruffly, as if afraid that his invitation would be spurned.

4. RETREAT (VERB): (स्थान छोड़ना): withdraw
Synonyms: retire, draw back
Antonyms: advance
Example Sentence:
When the enemy attacked, our troops were forced to retreat.

5. MOUNT (VERB): (उठना): increase
Synonyms: grow, rise
Antonyms: decrease
Example Sentence:
The costs mount up when we buy a home.

6. WITHSTAND (NOUN): (विरोध करना): resist
Synonyms: hold out against, stand up to
Antonyms: give in
Example Sentence:
The structure had been designed to withstand winds of more than 100 mph.

7. SNAP (VERB): (टूटना): break
Synonyms: fracture, splinter
Antonyms: hold
Example Sentence:
The strings of the guitar kept snapping.

8. CONTEST (VERB): (प्रतिवाद करना): oppose
Synonyms: challenge dispute
Antonyms: agree with
Example Sentence:
The former orderly contests his dismissal.

9. VIGOUR (NOUN): (शक्ति): robustness
Synonyms: hardiness, strength
Antonyms: weakness
Example Sentence:
I am 69 but still full of vigour and vitality.

10.SURREAL(ADJECTIVE):(अवास्तविक): unreal
Synonyms: bizarre unusual
Antonyms: real
Example Sentence:
The story was a surreal mix of fact and fantasy.

1. STAUNCH (ADJECTIVE):(निष्ठावान): stalwart
Synonyms: loyal, faithful
Antonyms: disloyal
Example Sentence:
He is known for being a staunch supporter of the anti-nuclear lobby.

2. NEEDLESS (ADJECTIVE): (बेकार): unnecessary
Synonyms: inessential, non-essential
Antonyms: necessary
Example Sentence:
I deplore needless waste.

3. REBELLION (NOUN): (विद्रोह): defiance
Synonyms: disobedience, insubordination
Antonyms: obedience
Example Sentence:
What she did was nothing but an act of teenage rebellion.

4. HASTEN (VERB): (जल्दी करना): speed up
Synonyms: accelerate, quicken
Antonyms: delay
Example Sentence:
This tragedy probably hastened his own death from heart disease.

5. OUTRAGEOUS (ADJECTIVE): (अनोखा/अद्भुत): eye-catching
Synonyms: startling, striking
Antonyms: inconspicuous
Example Sentence:
Her routines and leotards tend to be outrageous.

6. LAX (ADJECTIVE): (लापरवाह): slack
Synonyms: slipshod, negligent
Antonyms: stern
Example Sentence:
We must ever be lax with our security.

7. DIRE (ADJECTIVE): (भयानक): terrible
Synonyms: dreadful, appalling
Antonyms: good
Example Sentence:
Misuse of drugs can have dire outcomes.

8. DISENGAGE (VERB): (वापस लेना): withdraw
Synonyms: leave, pull out of
Antonyms: enter
Example Sentence:
The commanders disengaged their forces.

9. REPRIEVE (VERB): (दंड निलंबित करना): pardon
Synonyms: spare, acquit
Antonyms: charge
Example Sentence:
He was sentenced to death but then reprieved.

10. DEFECTION (NOUN): (पक्षत्याग): desertion
Synonyms: absconding, decamping
Antonyms: joining
Example Sentence:
One defection from the government dissolved Temaru's majority.

1. TRAVAIL (NOUN): (कष्टपूर्ण परिश्रम): ordeal
Synonyms: trial, tribulation
Antonyms: comfort
Example Sentence:
Advice for those who wish to save great sorrow and travail.

2. DESECRATE (VERB): (अपवित्र करना): violate
Synonyms: profane, pollute
Antonyms: venerate
Example Sentence:
Not more than 300 graves were desecrated.

3. PROVOCATIVE (ADJECTIVE): (उत्तेजक): annoying
Synonyms: irritating, exasperating
Antonyms: soothing
Example Sentence:
The newspaper had allowed to publish a provocative article.

4. UPHOLD (VERB): (समर्थन करना): confirm
Synonyms: endorse, sustain
Antonyms: overturn
Example Sentence:
The court upheld his claim for damages.

5.SCINTILLATING(ADJECTIVE): (बहुत चमकीला): brilliant
Synonyms: dazzling, exciting
Antonyms: boring
Example Sentence:
His scintillating wit was loved by the audience.

6. GRIM (ADJECTIVE): (कठोर): stern
Synonyms: forbidding, uninviting
Antonyms: amiable
Example Sentence:
Hikers made a grim discovery when they came across a dead body in the woods.

7. CRIPPLE (VERB): (विकलांग बनाना): disable
Synonyms: paralyse, immobilize
Antonyms: able-bodied
Example Sentence:
A young student was crippled for life.

8.UNDERPRIVILEGED(ADJECTIVE): (वंचित): needy
Synonyms: deprived, disadvantaged
Antonyms: privileged
Example Sentence:
Needy and underprivileged members of the community.

9. RELAXATION (NOUN): (रियायत): moderation
Synonyms: modification, easing
Antonyms: tightening up
Example Sentence:
Relaxation was given to censorship rules.

10. FORGO (VERB): (त्यागना): do without
Synonyms: go without, give up
Antonyms: keep
Example Sentence:
She wanted to forgo the tea and leave while they could.

1. OUTRAGEOUS (ADJECTIVE): (असुगम): far-fetched
Synonyms: unlikely, dubious
Antonyms: realistic
Example Sentence:
The outrageous claims made by the previous government.

2. AGGRESSION (NOUN): (आत्मविश्वास): confidence
Synonyms: self-confidence, boldness
Antonyms: diffidence
Example Sentence:
He plays violin with sheer volume and aggression.

3. EXPEDITE (VERB): (जल्दी करना): speed up
Synonyms: accelerate, hurry
Antonyms: delay
Example Sentence:
To expedite the approval process, one can apply online.

4. EFFICACY (NOUN): (प्रभावकारिता): effectiveness
Synonyms: success, potency
Antonyms: inefficacy
Example Sentence:
There is little information on the efficacy of this treatment.

5. GENERIC (ADJECTIVE): (सामान्य): general
Synonyms: common, collective
Antonyms: specific
Example Sentence:
Chèvre is a generic term for all goat's milk cheese.

6. DEFER (VERB): (समर्पण करना): yield
Synonyms: submit, give way
Antonyms: stand up to
Example Sentence:
He was not a man to defer this kind of pressure.

7. STEREOTYPE (VERB): (रूढ़िबद्ध धारणा बनाना): typecast
Synonyms: pigeonhole, conventionalize
Antonyms: unconventional
Example Sentence:
The city is too easily stereotyped as an industrial wasteland.

8. DISRUPT (VERB): (भंग करना): distort
Synonyms: damage, buckle
Antonyms: organize
Example Sentence:
Alcohol can disrupt the chromosomes of an unfertilized egg.

9. TOLERANCE (NOUN): (सहनशीलता): forbearance
Synonyms: toleration, sufferance
Antonyms: intolerance
Example Sentence:
The plants have a high tolerance for heat.

10. TERRIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (बीमार): ill
Synonyms: unwell, poorly
Antonyms: well
Example Sentence:
I was sick all night and felt terrible for two days.