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1. CHAOTIC (ADJECTIVE): (अराजक): disorderly
Synonyms: disordered, disorganized
The political situation in the country was chaotic.
2. BRUTALITY (NOUN): (निर्दयता): savagery
Synonyms: cruelty, viciousness
Brutality against civilians shouldn’t be tolerated.
3. INCUR (VERB): (अपने ऊपर लेना): suffer
Synonyms: sustain, experience
I will pay any expenses that have been incurred.
4. MUTUAL (ADJECTIVE): (पारस्परिक): reciprocal
Synonyms: reciprocated, requited
A partnership should be based on mutual respect and understanding.
5. HOSTILITY (NOUN): (शत्रुता): antagonism
Synonyms: bitterness, malevolence
There is too much hostility towards all outsiders.
6. CONSTERNATION (NOUN): (बेचैनी): dismay
Synonyms: perturbation, anxiety
To her consternation her car didn’t start.
7. UNFORTUNATE (NOUN): (खेदजनक): regrettable
Synonyms: inappropriate, unsuitable
His unfortunate remark silenced everyone.
8. APPREHENSION (NOUN): (शंका): anxiety
Synonyms: angst, alarm
He felt sick with apprehension.
9. SECONDARY (ADJECTIVE): (अप्रधान): subordinate
Synonyms: lesser, lower
Luck plays a role, but it’s ultimately secondary to local knowledge.
10. DISENGAGE (VERB): (छुड़ाना): remove
Synonyms: detach, disentangle
I disengaged his hand from mine.
1. VIGILANCE (ADJECTIVE): (जागरूकता): surveillance
Synonyms: attentiveness, attention
Security duties that demand long hours of vigilance.
2. EXORBITANT (ADJECTIVE): (अत्यधिक): extortionate
Synonyms: excessive, sky-high
Some hotels charge exorbitant rates for phone calls.
3. CONCRETE (ADJECTIVE): (ठोस): definite
Synonyms: specific, firm
I haven’t got any concrete proof of the killing.
4. DISBURSE (VERB): (व्यय करना): pay out
Synonyms: lay out, spend
$67 million of the pledged aid had already been disbursed.
5. INTRUSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (हस्तक्षेप करने वाले): intruding
Synonyms: invasive, obtrusive
The reporter asked an intrusive question.
6. REPARATION (NOUN): (मरम्मत): amends
Synonyms: restitution, redress
The courts required a convicted offender to make financial reparation to his victim.
7. PREVALENCE (NOUN): (प्रसार): currency
Synonyms: generality, pervasiveness
The prevalence of sunlight led to a restriction of the windows.
8. DISCREET (ADJECTIVE): (विचारशील): careful
Synonyms: circumspect, cautious
We made some discreet inquiries.
9. DEFUSE (VERB): (शांत करना): reduce
Synonyms: lessen, diminish
The scheme taught officers how to defuse potentially explosive situations.
10. DIFFUSE (ADJECTIVE): (बिखरा हुआ): diffused
Synonyms: scattered, dispersed
The diffuse community which centred on the church.
1. BOTTLENECK (NOUN): (बाधा): jam
Synonyms: barrier, hindrance
Antonyms: aid, assistance
Animated films still face bottlenecks.
2. DEPLOY (VERB): (तैनात करना): post
Synonyms: move, move
The forces were deployed at strategic locations.
3. FOLLY (NOUN): (मूर्खता): foolishness
Synonyms: stupidity, idiocy
Antonyms: wisdom, intelligence
Talking unnecessarily is an act of folly.
4. MALEVOLENT (ADJECTIVE): (दुर्भावनापूर्ण): malicious
Synonyms: spiteful, evil-minded
Antonyms: benevolent, charitable
He smiled and looked at me with his malevolent eyes.
5. RHETORIC (NOUN): (भाषण कला): oratory
Synonyms: eloquence, power of speech
Antonyms: quiet, conciseness
He is using a common figure of rhetoric, hyperbole
6. ARROGATE (VERB): (हथियाना): seize
Synonyms: assume, take over
She arrogated the leadership role to herself.
7. CAPRICIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (मनमौजी): inconstant
Synonyms: fickle, unstable
Antonyms: stable, consistent
I am careful in speech words with people that have shown capricious behaviour.
8. INDISCREET (ADJECTIVE): (असावधानीपूर्ण): unwise
Synonyms: imprudent, irresponsible
Antonyms: careful, prudent
We made no indiscreet inquiries.
9. PERTURB (VERB): (घबड़ा देना): worry
Synonyms: upset, unsettle
Antonyms: reassure, calm
They were perturbed by her bold behaviour.
10. DETRIMENTAL (ADJECTIVE): (हानिकारक): dangerous
Synonyms: harmful, hurtful
Antonyms: benign, beneficial
Recent policies have been detrimental to the interests of many old people.
1. DIFFUSE (ADJECTIVE): (तितर-बितर): verbose
Synonyms: wordy, prolix
The second argument between us was more diffuse.
2. DISSENT (NOUN): (मतभेद): disagreement
Synonyms: difference of opinion, argument
There was no dissent from this view.
3. INQUISITIVE (ADJECTIVE): (जिज्ञासु): curious
Synonyms: intrigued, interested
I do not like to seem inquisitive to anyone.
4. DISINTERESTED (ADJECTIVE): (निष्पक्ष): unbiased
Synonyms: unprejudiced, impartial
A banker is under an obligation to give disinterested advice.
5. MODERATE (ADJECTIVE): (मध्यम): average
Synonyms: modest, medium
Both of us walked at a moderate pace only.
6. STEEP (ADJECTIVE): (आकस्मिक): sharp
Synonyms: sudden, precipitate
The steep rise in unemployment.
7. SLUMP (VERB): (गिरना): flop
Synonyms: flump, collapse
Antonyms: stand up
She slumped against the cushions.
8. KEEN (ADJECTIVE): (उत्साही): eager
Synonyms: anxious, impatient
My friend is a keen gardener.
9. INDIGENOUS (ADJECTIVE): (स्वदेशी): native
Synonyms: aboriginal, local
We met indigenous people of Siberia.
10. GARNER (VERB): (संचित करना): gather
Synonyms: collect, accumulate
The police struggled to garner sufficient evidence.
1. INTERIM (ADJECTIVE): (अंतरिम): provisional
Synonyms: temporary, pro tem
An interim arrangement had been made.
2. DETERMINATION (NOUN): (दृढ़ निश्चय): resolution
Synonyms: resolve, will power
Those who succeed because of sheer grit and determination.
3. EMBRACE (NOUN): (अपना लेना): welcome
Synonyms: accept, take up
Besides traditional methods, artists are embracing new technology.
4. PROMPT (VERB): (उत्तेजित करना): give rise to
Synonyms: cause, occasion
The violence prompted a wave of refugees to flee the country.
5. PROFOUND (ADJECTIVE): (गहन): heartfelt
Synonyms: intense, keen
Profound feelings of sadness sorrounded us all.
6. DISQUIET (NOUN): (बेचैनी): unease
Synonyms: uneasiness, worry
There is too much disquiet about animal testing.
7. PERSPICACITY (NOUN): (चतुराई): shrewdness
Synonyms: discernment, perception
The perspicacity of her remarks was quite evident.
8. AGGRESSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (आक्रामक): hostile
Synonyms: belligerent, bellicose
He’s very uncooperative and aggressive.
9. MILD (ADJECTIVE): (हल्का): lenient
Synonyms: clement, light
Mild criticism is of no avail.
10. DEVOTION (NOUN): (निष्ठा): loyalty
Synonyms: faithfulness, fidelity
His devotion to duty never wavered.
1-Uphill : Adjective: कठिन : Troublesome
Synonyms : Upward , Rising
Antonyms : Easy , Effortless
The walk from the village to Greystones was uphill all the way.
2. INSISTENCE (NOUN): (ज़ोर) :the fact or quality of insisting that something is the case or should be done.
Synonyms: urging, emphasis
Antonyms: satisfaction, satiation
Our insistence for luxuries should not cause a misery to anyone.
3. NEGATE (VERB): (प्रतिवाद करना) :make ineffective; nullify.
Synonyms: annihilate, disallow
Antonyms: allow, assist
The criminal will negate all charges if you failed to prove him guilty.
4. QUEER (ADJECTIVE): (विचित्र) :abnormal
Synonyms: erratic, weird
Antonyms: sensible, sound
They are queer in behavior and extremely uncultured in their lifestyle.
5. STIMULATE (VERB): (उत्तेजित करना): provoke
Synonyms: elate, arouse
Antonyms: neglect, dishearten
The teacher has to stimulate the students in order to create a hunger in them.
6. CORNUCOPIA (NOUN): (प्रचुरता) : Abundance
Synonyms: bounty, fullness
Antonyms: need, lack
I shall come from London Town with a cornucopia of presents.
7. FRET (VERB): (चिड़चिड़ाना) : Feel uneasy
Synonyms: be upset, be anxious
Antonyms: please, delight
She was always fretting about something or the other.
8. ETHEREAL (ADJECTIVE): (कोमल): Extremely delicate
Synonyms: light, sublime
Antonyms: earthly, indelicate
In this ethereal realm are the currents that make possible wireless telegraphy.
9. UNLETTERED (ADJECTIVE): (निरक्षर) : Uneducated
Synonyms: ignorant, illiterate
Antonyms: educated, literate
Such misconceptions have not been confined to the unlettered masses.
10. SPRIGHTLY (ADJECTIVE): (प्रमुदित) :Lively
Synonyms: agile, active
Antonyms: spiritless, lethargic
The sprightly old woman walks two miles every day.
1-Exacerbated(Verb) : बिगाड़ देना: To make more violent, bitter, or severe
Synonyms: Worsen , Aggravate
Antonyms: Alleviate , Delight
Example Sentence: His angry comments have exacerbated tensions in the negotiation process.
2-Surge(Noun) : आवेश : A sudden and great increase
Synonyms: Growth , Rise
Antonyms: Decline , Decrease
Example Sentence :An unexpected surge in electrical power caused the computer to crash.
3-Precursor(Noun) : पूर्वगामी : Something that happened or existed before another thing
Synonyms: Forerunner , Antecedent
Example Sentence: The Quit India Movement was a precursor to the Indian Independence Struggle.
4-Vigorous(Adjective ) : फुरतीला : Very forceful or energetic
Synonyms: Robust , Healthy
Antonyms: Moderate , Feeble
Example Sentence: We had a very vigorous debate.
5-Limbo(Noun) : असमन्जस में होना :Uncertain situation or state
Antonyms: Certainty , Sureness
Example Sentence: I’ve made no firm decisions yet — I’m in limbo.
6-Transgenic(Adjective ) : पराजीनी : Genetics (of an animal or plant)
Synonyms: Genes , Genetically modified
Example Sentence: Defective viral DNA ameliorates symptoms of geminivirus infection in transgenic plants.
7-Moratorium(Noun) : प्रतिबंध : Suspension of activity
Synonyms: Prohibition , Stoppage
Example Sentence: The government has called for a moratorium on weapons testing.
8-Vogue(Noun): प्रचलन : A fashion for something
Synonyms: Style , Trend
Antonyms: Unpopular , Outdated
Example Sentence:His art seems to be enjoying a vogue these days.
9-Protests(Noun) : विरोध प्रदर्शन: A formal and solemn declaration of objection
Synonyms: Exception , Disagreement
Antonyms: Support , Approval
Example Sentence: There were cries of protest when the verdict was announced.
10-Defies(Verb) : अवहेलना करना: To refuse to obey somebody/something
Synonyms: Disobey , Disregard
Antonyms: Admire , Compliment
Example Sentence: Nearly eleven-thousand people have been arrested for defying the ban on street trading.
1-Leftist(Noun): वामपक्षी : A person with left-wing political views
Synonyms: Reformist , Liberal
Antonyms: Conservative , Right
Example Sentence: Two of the men were leftists and two were centrists.
2-Pollsters(Noun) : मतदान सर्वेक्षक : Someone who conducts surveys of public opinion
Synonyms: Canvasser , Headcounter
Antonyms: Respondents , Interviewees
Example Sentence: During the election I was called by a pollster who asked what local issue most concerned me.
3-Anchored(Verb) : आसरा: To keep hold or be firmly fixed
Synonyms: Berth , Harbour
Antonyms: Broken , Untrustworthy
Example Sentence: The financial controller is also anchored in the Treaty.
4-Brutal(Adjective) : क्रूर : Very cruel
Synonyms: Harsh , Barbaric
Antonyms: Gentle , Humane
Example Sentence:I had a brutal headache this morning.
5-Annulled(Verb): रद्द: Legally invalid or void
Synonyms: Nullify , Reverse
Antonyms: Restore , Enact
Example Sentence:They were reconciled but the marriage was annulled within a year.
6-Aristocracy (Noun) : उच्चवर्गीय समाज : Government by the best individuals
Synonyms: Nobility , Gentility
Antonyms: Commoners , Indecorous
Example Sentence: Before the French Revolution, the aristocracy lived a lavish lifestyle while the lower classes struggled to survive.
7-Inherit(Verb) : उत्तराधिकार में प्राप्त करना : Property receive from an ancestor as a right or title
Synonyms: Takeover , Bequeathed
Antonyms: Fail , Forfeit
Example Sentence: Baldness is inherited from the mother’s side of the family.
8. BOURGEOIS (ADJECTIVE): commonplace :(मध्यमवर्गीय)
Synonyms: materialistic, philistine
Antonyms: adventurous, imaginative
Example Sentence: He is from a bourgeois family.
9. ABOMINABLE (ADJECTIVE): (घृणास्पद):loathsome :
Synonyms: abhorrent, atrocious
Antonyms: desirous, pleasing
Example Sentence:It was such an abominable sight.
10. ADJOURN (VERB) :(टालना): stop a proceeding
Synonyms: delay, postpone
Antonyms: carry out, continue
Example Sentence:The sentence was adjourned for a social inquiry report.
1-Suspension(Noun): निलंबन : Temporary abrogation or withholding
Synonyms: Deferment , Interruption
Antonyms: Continuation , Resumption
Example Sentence:His record shows several suspensions from school.
2-Reveller(Noun) : मौजी: A celebrant who shares in a noisy party.
Synonyms: Partygoer , Celebrant
Antonyms: Killjoy , Party Pooper
Example Sentence: They have little incentive to try to cope with late-night revellers.
3-Horrendous(Adjective): खराब : Extremely unpleasant
Synonyms: Horrible , Frightful
Antonyms: Fortunate , Wonderful
Example Sentence: The conditions were horrendous, and dysentery killed many soldiers.
4-Snapped(Verb): काट खाना: Break loudly
Synonyms: Splinter , Split
Antonyms: Loose , Slack
Example Sentence:He snapped his fingers in front of her face.
5-Kin(Noun): परिजन : One’s family and relations.
Synonyms: Relatives , Connections
Antonyms: Origin , Extraction
Example Sentence: Her kin was coming to stay for the annual family Christmas event.
6-Bing(Verb) : ज़्यादा खाना : A bout of excessive eating or drinking
Synonyms: Carouse , Spree
Antonyms: Abstain , Constrain
Example Sentence:They went on a binge last night.
7-Stampede(Noun) : भगदड़: To cause to run away in headlong panic
Synonyms: Rush , Rout
Antonyms: Retreat , Standing
Example Sentence: The crowd stampeded and many were crushed or trampled underfoot.
8-Thronging(Verb): भीड़ लगना : Tightly packed crowd of people or animals
Synonyms: Clog , Block
Antonyms: Clear , Uncompressed
Example Sentence: The prisoners thronged together and were pushed off the road.
9-Contingencies(Noun): आकस्मिक व्यय : A possible future situation or event
Synonyms: Incident , Happening
Antonyms: Certainty , Advantage
Example Sentence:The longer he thought the more contingencies presented themselves.
10-Topographic(Adjective): किसी स्थान का वर्णन : Natural features of land
Synonyms: Province , Dominion
Antonyms: Heaven , Firmament
Example Sentence:The three dimensional map provides a vivid image of the continent’s topography.
1-Diplomats(Noun) : कूटनीतिज्ञ : Government representative in foreign country
Synonyms: Emissary , Envoy
Antonyms: Tactless , Impudent
Example Sentence: The President will be meeting with foreign diplomats.
2-Uphill(Adjective): कठिन : Needing a lot of effort
Synonyms: Mounting , Rising
Antonyms: Easy , Effortless
Example Sentence:The walk from the village to Greystones was uphill all the way.
3-Conspirator(Noun): षड्यंत्रकारी : Someone engaged in a conspiracy
Synonyms: Plotter , Schemer
Antonyms: Superior , Enemy
Example Sentence:He was betrayed by a fellow conspirator.
4-Extradite(Verb): अपराधी देना : send criminal back to country of crime.
Synonyms: Hand Over , Repatriate
Antonyms: Hold , Keep
Example Sentence:The prisoner was extradited across state lines.
5-Radicalisation (Noun): कट्टरता : Process of becoming more extreme, as in beliefs
Synonyms: Socialism , Conservatism
Antonyms: Moderation , Temperance
Example Sentence: The internet is playing an increasingly prominent role in radicalisation, extremism and terrorism.
6-Aerial(Noun): कल्पित: Imaginary
Synonyms: Ethereal , Airy
Antonyms: Squat , Low-Lying
Example Sentence: She tried a new aerial in her last competition.
7-Behemoths(Noun): विशालकाय: Extremely large
Synonyms: Hulk , Colossus
Antonyms: Wimp , Light-weight
Example Sentence:An elephant is a behemoth that even lions and rhinos are afraid of.
8-Incendiary(Adjective): आग लगानेवाला: Tending to excite or inflame
Synonyms: Combustible , Flammable
Antonyms: Subversive , Treacherous
Example Sentence:A shower of incendiaries struck the opera
9-Ostensible(Adjective): ख़याली: Appearing as such but not necessarily so.
Synonyms: Apparent , Seeming
Antonyms: Real , Genuine
Example Sentence: Ostensibly, the reason for his visit was to see an old friend.
10-Dissemination(Noun): प्रचार : Spreading news, information
Synonyms: Circulation , Dispersal
Antonyms: Suppression , Censorship
Example Sentence: This simple service promoted the secret dissemination of their doctrines.
1. ANNIHILATE (VERB): (मिटा देना): destroy
Synonyms: wipe out, obliterate
A simple bomb of this type could annihilate them all.
2. INHERENT (ADJECTIVE): (आंतरिक): intrinsic
Synonyms: innate, immanent
Any form of mountaineering has its inherent dangers.
3. PROTRACT (VERB): (लम्बा करना): prolong
Synonyms: extend, draw out
He had certainly taken his time, even protracting the process.
4. ABREAST (ADVERB): (के साथ): up with
Synonyms: up to date with, in touch with
Antonyms: out of touch with
In modern times, one has to keep abreast of developments.
5.RESTITUTION (NOUN): (वापसी): return
Synonyms: restoration, replacement
The ANC had demanded the restitution of land seized from black people.
6. WITHER (VERB): (मुरझाना): wilt
Synonyms: droop, fade
The grass had withered to an unappealing brown.
7. ANTIPATHY (NOUN): (विरोधभाव): hostility
Synonyms: antagonism, animosity
He certainly had antipathy to capitalism.
8. LIBERAL (ADJECTIVE): (उदार): generous
Synonyms: magnanimous, open-handed
Sam was too liberal with the wine.
9.EMPATHY (NOUN): (समवेदना): affinity with
Synonyms: rapport with, togetherness
She’d been incapable of empathy or remorse.
10. ACCEDE (VERB): (मान लेना): accept
Synonyms: endorse, go along with
He did not accede to his child’s demands.
11-LAY DOWN (VERB): (आदेश देना) :command
Synonyms: impose, order
Antonyms: implore, request
She laid down as if she were my boss.
1-Hostage(Noun) : बंधक : Prisoner kept by someone who wants something
Synonyms: Internee , Pawn
Antonyms: Escapee , Independent
Example Sentence:They must not be held as ‘hostages’ by the authorities.
2-Catastrophic(Adjective) : आपत्तिजनक : Disastrous event
Synonyms: Calamitous , Cataclysmic
Antonyms: Fortunate , Blessed
Example Sentence: His mother’s untimely death had a catastrophic effect on him.
3-Deteriorating(Verb) : ख़राब होना : To become worse
Synonyms: Collapse , Degenerate
Antonyms: Improvement , Heighten
Example Sentence: The weather conditions are deteriorating.
4-Annexation(Noun) : राज्य-हरण : To take what originally belonged to someone else.
Synonyms: Seizure , Invasion
Antonyms: Detachment , Loss
Example Sentence: Annexations of suburban territory in 1888 and 1890 greatly increased the area of the city.
5-Amicably(Adverb) : मित्रभाव से : Friendly in attitude
Synonyms: Assenting , Pleasantly
Antonyms: Unfriendly , Hostile
Example Sentence: We chatted amicably around the oak table, laughing at each other’s stories.
6-Tantamount(Adjective) : बराबर : Equivalent in value, significance
Synonyms: Commensurate , Identical
Antonyms: Different , Opposite
Example Sentence: His statement was tantamount to an admission of guilt.
7-Bode(Verb) : भविष्य-कथन : To be a sign of something good or bad for the future
Synonyms: Augur , Presage
Antonyms: Antinode , Break
Example Sentence:They have a very good relationship and it bodes well.
8-Brink(Noun) : कगार : A crucial or critical point
Synonyms: Edge , Verge
Antonyms: Inside , Centre
Example Sentence: Mismanagement had brought the company to the brink of bankruptcy.
9-Allegation(Noun) : आरोप : Accusing someone of something bad.
Synonyms: Assertion , Claim
Antonyms: Exculpation , Denial
Example Sentence: There have been allegations of fraud in the city government.
10-Swathes(Verb) : लपेटना : To bind, wrap
Synonyms: Swaddle , Envelop
Antonyms: Unlash , Untie
Example Sentence:Her neck was swathed in jewels.
1-Struck(Verb) : हड़ताल करना : To hit somebody/something
Synonyms: Bang , Afflict
Antonyms: Disregard , Ignored
Example Sentence: We introduced ourselves and struck up a conversation as we dined.
2-Cater(Verb) : सेवा करना : Provide a supply of food
Synonyms: Regale , Serve
Antonyms: Disappoint , Hurt
Example Sentence: A local restaurant catered the banquet.
3-Slender(Adjective): दुबला: Thin and delicate
Synonyms: Slim , Graceful
Antonyms: Fat , Plump
Example Sentence: The plant’s leaves are long and slender.
4-Conviction(Noun): दोषसिद्धि : A very strong opinion or belief
Synonyms: Judgement , Persuasion
Antonyms: Distrust , Doubt
Example Sentence: His speech carried so much conviction that I had to agree with him.
5-Mitigation(Noun) : कमी करना : A reduction in the unpleasantness, seriousness
Synonyms: Lessening , Easing
Antonyms: Extend , Increase
Example Sentence: The measures adopted were signally successful, both in saving life and in mitigating distress.
6-Corpus(Noun) : शरीर : Body of a human or animal
Synonyms: Compilation , Whole
Example Sentence: I’ve got the corpus of Shakespeare’s works.
7-Daunting(Adjective) : कठिन :
Difficult or dangerous
Synonyms: Disheartening , Formidable
Antonyms: Encourage , Hearten
Example Sentence: Shakespeare’s plays can be daunting for a young reader.
8-Evangelism(Noun): इंजीलवाद : Zealous preaching and advocacy of the gospel
Synonyms: Ministration , Teaching
Antonyms: Secular , Layman
Example Sentence: The Convention traditionally puts an emphasis on evangelism.
9-Mobility(Noun): गतिशीलता : To move freely
Synonyms: Potency , Flexibility
Antonyms: Immobility , Motionless
Example Sentence: If your basketball injury causes you to lose mobility in your knee, that means you can’t move it very well.
10-Spat(Verb) : झगड़ा : Fight , a short argument
Synonyms: Squabble , Dispute
Antonyms: Harmony , Peace
Example Sentence: She was having a spat with her brother about who should do the washing up.
1-Falter(Verb) : लडखडाना : Move unsteadily
Synonyms: Waver , Hesitate
Antonyms: Calm , Endure
Her voice faltered and she had to stop a moment to control it
2.TOXIC (ADJECTIVE): (विषाक्त): poisonous
Synonyms: venomous, virulent
The burning of waste is toxic.
3.INITIATIVE (NOUN): (पहल): enterprise
Synonyms: inventiveness, resourcefulness
Antonyms: being uninventive
Use your initiative and common sense.
4.PLIGHT (NOUN): (दुर्दशा): predicament
Synonyms: trouble, difficulty
The management must reduce our plight.
5.CONTENT (ADJECTIVE): (संतुष्ट): contented
Synonyms: satisfied pleased
He seemed more content, less bitter.
6.RIDICULE (NOUN): (उपहास): mockery
Synonyms: derision, scorn
He is held up as an object of ridicule.
7.MAESTRO (NOUN): (माहिर): virtuoso
Synonyms: master, expert
A Vietnam vet turned movie maestro.
8. FORTIFY (VERB): (मज़बूत करना): invigorate
Synonyms: strengthen, energize
She is fortified by her religious faith.
9.SPLENDOUR (NOUN): (वैभव): magnificence
Synonyms: grandeur, opulence
The barren splendour of the Lake District looked stunning.
10.IMPROBABLE (ADJECTIVE): (असंभाव्य): unlikely
Synonyms: not likely, doubtful
This account of events was seen by the jury as most improbable.
1-OUTLAY (NOUN): (व्यय): expenditure
Synonyms: expenses, spending
A modest outlay on local advertising was spent.
2.DISCERNIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (नमूदार): visible
Synonyms: detectable, perceptible
The scandal had no discernible effect on his career.
3.CONVINCE (VERB): (विश्वास दिलाना): persuade
Synonyms: satisfy, prove to
Raj’s expression had obviously convinced her of his innocence.
4.RESTRICT (VERB): (प्रतिबंधित करना): limit
Synonyms: control, regulate
Antonyms: set free
Some roads may have to be closed at peak times to restrict the number of visitors.
5.DISTRESS (NOUN): (पीड़ा): anguish
Synonyms: suffering, pain
To his distress he saw that she was trembling.
6.COMMOTION (NOUN): (हलचल): disturbance
Synonyms: racket, uproar
She was distracted by a commotion across the street.
7.MISERY (NOUN): (दुर्गति): hardship
Synonyms: suffering, affliction
Antonyms: contentment, pleasure
A man who had brought her nothing but misery.
8.APPOSITE (ADJECTIVE): (उचित): inappropriate
Synonyms: pertinent, applicable
He stated an apposite quotation.
9.PRECAUTIONARY (ADJECTIVE): (निवारक): preventative
Synonyms: preventive, safety
A precautionary measure was meant to be taken.
10.TRITE (ADJECTIVE): (घिसे-पिटे): hackneyed
Synonyms: banal, clichéd
This point may now seem obvious and trite.