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1. MOLLYCODDLE (VERB): pamper Example Sentence:
Synonyms: overprotect, cater to Your uptight behavior can get you
Antonyms: ignore, neglect rejected in an interview.
Example Sentence:
I found school very difficult, and 7. DRIP (VERB): drop
realized I'd been mollycoddled at home. Synonyms: dribble, drizzle
Antonyms: collect, pour
2. GROUSE (NOUN): complaint Example Sentence:
Synonyms: gripe, grouch Everyone must ensure that water
Antonyms: praise, compliment doesn’t drips away uselessly.
Example Sentence:
I have no grouse against my wife. 8. PERVADE (VERB): spread through
Synonyms: infuse, permeate
3. OPPRESS (VERB): subdue Antonyms: block, hinder
Synonyms: torment, trample Example Sentence:
Antonyms: encourage, aid The poison must be blocked before it
Example Sentence: pervades Ridhima’s vital organs.
The tyrant general oppressed his people.
9. KUDOS (NOUN): praise
4. CANNY (ADJECTIVE): clever Synonyms: applause, eminence
Synonyms: dexterous, adroit Antonyms: condemnation,
Antonyms: foolish, idiotic denunciation
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
Chintan is a canny person. Meenakshi was looking for kudos rather
than profit.
Synonyms: timid, hesitant 10. DISGORGE (VERB): vomit
Antonyms: confident, brave Synonyms: discharge, regurgitate
Example Sentence: Antonyms: suck, consume
Varun was a diffident child in such a Example Sentence:
large family. Nidhi was disgorging whatever she was
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Antonyms: definite, obvious
Example Sentence:
When Sachin spoke, his words were
cryptic to all those in the room.


Synonyms: nervy, edgy
Antonyms: unworried, composed

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1. ACQUISITION (NOUN): obtaining The impunity enjoyed by them implicated in

Synonyms: gain, receiving animals killing.
Antonyms: loss, failure
Example Sentence: There was an acquisition 8. INDELIBLE (ADJECTIVE):
among travel agents. indestructible
Synonyms: enduring, lasting
2. HOSTILITY (NOUN): antagonism Antonyms: strong, healthy
Synonyms: aggression, meanness Example Sentence: The story made an
Antonyms: friendship, goodwill indelible impression on me.
Example Sentence: Their hostility is to all
outsiders. 9. SPEARHEAD (VERB): lead
Synonyms: initiate, launch
3. EVOKE (VERB): induce Antonyms: end, finish
Synonyms: arouse, stimulate Example Sentence: He is spearheading a
Antonyms: calm, repress campaign to reduce the number of accidents
Example Sentence: She is evoked in India at work.
when a house is being built to ensure its
completion. 10. IMPOUND (VERB): confine
Synonyms: imprison, seize
4. RESUSCITATE (VERB): revive Antonyms: free, let go
Synonyms: energise, invigorate Example Sentence: Unfortunately, those
Antonyms: destroy, bore people will be impounded in the prison.
Example Sentence: An ambulance crew
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(ADJECTIVE): opposing
Synonyms: adverse, antipathetic
Antonyms: agreeable, friendly
Example Sentence: I faced the adversarial
nature of the party candidates.

6. REVOCATION (NOUN): annulment

Synonyms: abrogation, cancellation
Antonyms: approval, confirmation
Example Sentence: For those who break the
law, revocation of their business license may

7. IMPUNITY (NOUN): freedom

Synonyms: immunity, exception
Antonyms: denial, prohibition
Example Sentence:

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1. DEMURE (ADJECTIVE): Antonyms: Smooth, Straighten

(सं कोची) Reserved Example Sentence:
Don’t crimp the pages of my notebook.
Synonyms: Timid, Reticent
Antonyms: Bold, Brave
Example Sentence:
Swastika is too outgoing for anyone to (भयानक) Terrible
ever accuse her of being demure. Synonyms: Dreadful, Awful
Antonyms: Good, Mild
2. DEFILE (VERB): (मै ला कर दे ना) To Example Sentence:
The situation of draught has become dire.
make impure or dirty
Synonyms: Contaminate, Degrade
Antonyms: Cleanse, Upgrade 8. SURGE (NOUN): (वद् ृ धि) Growth
Example Sentence: Synonyms: Deluge, Upsurge
Everybody knows smoking weed defiles Antonyms: decline, decrease
one’s body. Example Sentence:
Sudden surge was seen in dollar in the
3. SIEGE (VERB): (परे शान करना) stock exchange.
Synonyms: Beset, Badger 9. NEFARIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (अति
Antonyms: Aid, Assist दष्ु ट,कुटटल) Very Evil And Wicked
Example Sentence: Synonyms: Sinful, Vicious
They was sieging other students over new Antonyms: Kind, Pleasing
stationery. Example sentence:
To call that new students names, was not
4. PERUSE (VERB): (अवलोकन करना) only mean, but nefarious.
Synonyms: Scrutinize, Inspect 10. PLEBEIAN (NOUN): (सवव सािारण)
Antonyms: Ignore, Overlook Not worthy of the upper classes.
Example Sentence: Synonyms: Mediocre, Ordinary
The case history was being perused by the Antonyms: Extraordinary, Aristocratic
FBI. Example Sentence:
My spoiled cousins called the restaurant a
5. ANALYTICAL (ADJECTIVE): plebeian place.
(ववश्लेषणात्मक) Logical
Synonyms: Rational, Level Headed
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Example Sentence:
Mathur’s approach is very analytical.

6. CRIMP (VERB): (ससकोड़ना) Fold

Synonyms: Crinkle, Wrinkle

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6. DAINTY (ADJECTIVE): (सूक्ष्म)
1. SNITCH (VERB): (प्रकट करना) reveal delicately small and pretty
Synonyms: divulge, evince Synonyms: petite, cute
Antonyms: conceal, suppress Antonyms: ugly, repulsive
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
Today Akshima is going to snitch her The puppy’s dainty nose looked very cute,
secret. convincing everybody’s to love it.

2. HUSTLER (NOUN): (अपराधी 7. ABLUTION (NOUN): (स्नान, मज्जन)

व्यक्ति) criminal the act of washing
Synonyms: cleansing, decontamination
Synonyms: desperado, felon
Antonyms: contamination, pollution
Antonyms: police, law
Example Sentence:
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Mina performed the ablution of the wound
He is the denounced hustler of this
and applied some disinfectant to avoid
further infection.

3. ASTRAY (ADVERB): (गुमराह, भूला-

8. AMBLE (VERB): (टहलना) to walk
भटका) afield casually
Synonyms: adrift, off target Synonyms: stroll, wander
Antonyms: stable, anchored Antonym: rush, dash
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
The gunman claimed that the shots had Rashmi rather ambled through the halls
gone astray. than attend the session.

4. DESPOTISM (NOUN): (िानाशाही) 9. COVET (VERB): (ललचाना) to greatly

absolute power desire something you lack
Synonyms: autocracy, dictatorship Synonyms: crave, fancy to
Antonyms: democracy, equalitarianism Antonyms: abjure, hate
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
After their generations living under Vikram tends to covet quality time with
despotism, citizens were happy to see a his family.
kind emperor.
10. RECONNOITER (VERB): (खोजना)
5. HOODWINK (VERB): (छलना) to to survey a place or situation for planning
deceive someone purposes
Synonyms: mislead, swindle Synonyms: inspect, examine
Antonyms: support, safeguard Antonyms: ignore, overlook
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
Insurance deals often hoodwink customers One should constantly reconnoiter one’s
by making hollow promises. enemy’s movements.

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1. SWAMP (NOUN): (कीचड़) 6. BRUSQUE

quagmire (ADJECTIVE): (बेअदब) blunt in
Synonyms: marshland, lowland manner or harsh speech
Antonyms: clean land, clear Synonyms: gruff, discourteous
Example Sentence: Antonyms: polite, kind
This area is full of sump so it smells Example Sentence:
fouls all the time. His child is brusque and impatient.

2. RANKLE 7. FRACAS (NOUN): (दं गा/कोलाहल) a

(VERB): (खिजाना/चचढ़ाना) to cause noisy disagreement
bitterness or irritation Synonyms: commotion, disturbance
Synonyms: annoy, embitter Antonyms: agreement, harmony
Antonym: comfort, pacify Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: The students were suspended from the
Sarika was rankled by his assertion. class when they started a fracas.

3. AKIN (ADJECTIVE): (समान) 8. FIAT (NOUN): ( आज्ञाप्तत) order

similar in nature Synonyms: command, dictum
Synonyms: analogous, comparable Antonyms: opposition, denial
Antonyms: dissimilar, unlike Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: The CM’s latest fiat prohibits the
Something akin to gratitude chewing of tobacco in office.
overwhelmed her.
9. ENNUI (NOUN): (थकान) boredom
4. ARCHAIC Synonyms: tedium, languor
(ADJECTIVE): (प्राचीन) old and no Antonyms: excitement, liveliness
longer useful Example Sentence:
Synonyms: primitive, old-fashioned Eaten up by ennui at his workplace, he
Antonyms: modern, up-to-date decided to go on a vacation.
Example Sentence:
In comparison to portable laptop 10. EFFIGY (NOUN): (पुतला) dummy
typewriters are archaic. Synonyms: statue, figure
Antonyms: entity, being
5. CONCORD (NOUN): (समझौता) a Example Sentence:
state of accord or agreement The fringe set fire to an effigy of the
Synonyms: unanimity, harmony director.
Antonyms: disagreement, agitation
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the two countries signed a pact of
peace and concord.

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1. AMBIDEXTROUS They spoke many ambiguous statements.
(ADJECTIVE): (उभयहस्त) able to use
both hands well; very skillful 7. COERCION (NOUN): (दबाव)
Synonyms: versatile, facile compulsion
Antonyms: clumsy, maladroit Synonyms: intimidation, duress
Example Sentence: Antonyms: freedom, liberty
A teacher comes across a student who Example Sentence:
displays ambidextrous abilities when the They surrendered due to the coercion
student is taught to write. faced by them.

2. AUGMENT (VERB): (बढ़ाना) expand 8. EXPLICIT (ADJECTIVE): (स्पष्ट)

Synonyms: enlarge, amplify specific
Antonyms: diminish, decrease Synonyms: unambiguous, precise
Example Sentence: Antonyms: unreliable, vague
We need to augment the capacity of the Example Sentence:
employees. We need to define explicit objectives first
in order to achieve them.
3. AGONY (NOUN): (व्यथा) suffering
Synonyms: anguish, torment 9. WINSOME (ADJECTIVE): (मनोहर)
Antonyms: contentment, comfort charming
Example Sentence: Synonyms: appealing, delightful
A lot of agony was faced by the victim’s Antonyms: repulsive, unattractive
family. Example Sentence:
She gave him her most winsome smile.
4. SUBDUED (ADJECTIVE): (वशीभूत)
quiet/controlled 10. DEPLOY (VERB): (तै नात करना) to
Synonyms: hushed, muted position/arrange/utilize
Antonyms: boisterous, communicative Synonyms: station, organize
Example Sentence: Antonyms: remove, reposition
Anil was subdued by his boss. Example Sentence:
We have to deploy anti-missile shield over
5. UPRISING (NOUN): (ववद्रोह) mutiny the whole country.
Synonyms: rebellion, revolt
Antonyms: harmony, obedience Write us-
Example Sentence:
We have witnessed many uprisings in the

(ADJECTIVE): (अस्पष्ट) unclear
Synonyms: enigmatic, puzzling
Antonyms: determined, unambiguous

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They were comparatively civil to their
1. ODIUM (NOUN): (घिनौना) loathing son.
Synonyms: abhorrence, disgust 7. INTROSPECTIVE
Antonyms: affection, liking
Example Sentence: (ADJECTIVE): (अंतिर्श नात्मक)
After getting out of prison, the child thoughtful
molester still had to deal with odium from Synonyms: reflective, insightful
his neighbors. Antonyms: unthoughtful, stupid
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2. METTLE (NOUN): (घिले री) boldness They have to select the most introspective
methods to complete the task.
Synonyms: fortitude, spunk
Antonyms: timidity, cowardice 8. MOUSY
Example Sentence:
The team showed their true mettle in the (ADJECTIVE): (घवनीत/संकोची) drab,
second half. quiet
Synonyms: bashful, dull
3. PELT (VERB): (वे ग से फ़ेकना) hurl Antonyms: extroverted, fancy
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: bombard, pound Everything you need to know but have
Antonyms: block, catch been too mousy to ask.
Example Sentence:
He pelted stones at the strangers.
9. SHAMBLES (NOUN): (अव्यवस्था) a
4. OPPRESSION (NOUN): (उत्पीड़न) mess
Synonyms: disarray, chaos
misery Antonyms: harmony, order
Synonyms: despotism, maltreatment Example Sentence:
Antonyms: kindness, affection Snow caused shambles in the region.
Example Sentence:
Pakistan is nation that is known for its 10. SQUABBLE
(NOUN): (लड़ाई/झगड़ा) argument
5. CONSTRICT (VERB): Synonyms: altercation, difference
(जकड़ना/कसना) inhibit Antonyms: accord, similarity
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: circumscribe, astringe I don’t want to be engaged in the family
Antonyms: loosen, liberate squabbles.
Example Sentence:
They constricted our rights because we
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6. CIVIL (ADJECTIVE): (सभ्य) gentle
Synonyms: cordial, courteous
Antonyms: unmannerly, impolite
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1. COARSE (ADJECTIVE): (अशिष्ट) Antonyms: benevolence, kindness
Example Sentence:
I bear no malice towards anybody.
Synonyms: discourteous, uncouth
Antonyms: refined, decent 7. CONDUCIVE
Example Sentence: (ADJECTIVE): (सहायक) favorable
We should avoid using coarse language Synonyms: contributive, useful
especially for females. Antonyms: unfavorable, hindering
2. PIECEMEAL (ADVERB): (आंशिक Example Sentence:
It will be conducive for Atul if you tell
रूप से ) not completely him what to do.
Synonyms: partially, halfway 8. VALOUR (NOUN): (वीरता) bravery
Antonyms: wholly, totally
Synonyms: heroism, courage
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: cowardice, meekness
We have piecemeal completed the
Example Sentence:
tasks given to us by the boss.
Marathas’ valour is well known.
3. GLIMPSE (NOUN): (झलक) brief
9. MISGIVING (NOUN): (संदे ह)
Synonyms: peek, glance
Synonyms: distrust, cynicism
Antonyms: stare, scrutiny
Antonyms: certainty, confidence
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
Try to make your parents’ life easy
His actions raised a lot of misgiving
because they won’t let you see a
hence, we called the police.
glimpse of problems.
4. EVANESCE (VERB): (गायब हो
(ADJECTIVE): (शिलनसार) friendly
जाना) disappear Synonyms: cheerful, amiable
Synonyms: dissolve, fade Antonyms: hostile, unfriendly
Antonyms: appear, arrive Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: It is always great to work with genial
The cold weather conditions have people.
evanesced nowadays.
(ADJECTIVE): (नक़ली) fake
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Synonyms: counterfeit, artificial
Antonyms: authentic, genuine
Example Sentence:
Beware of spurious things for sale in
the market because they can harm you.
6. MALICE (NOUN): (द्वे ष/दुर्ाा वना)
Synonyms: antipathy, grudge

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Example Sentence:
1. DALLY (VERB): (दे र करना) delay Anuj’s gall is the reason of his failure
and he needs to improve it.
Synonyms: linger, loiter
Antonyms: hurry, hasten
Example Sentence: (ADJECTIVE): ( किज़ोर ) weak
She'd dallied upstairs long enough to Synonyms: feeble, frail
put on a Jacket. Antonyms: strong, firm
2. CONGENIAL Example Sentence:
(ADJECTIVE): ( मिलनसार ) sociable His body structure his extremely
fragile and he is unable to handle
Synonyms: friendly, good-natured
heavy things.
Antonyms: unsociable, unfriendly
Example Sentence: 8. ALTAR (NOUN): (वेदी) church
We must try to be congenial in our table
lives so that we can earn a good image Synonyms: shrine, chantry
in the society. Antonyms: playroom, club
3. ALLOCATION (NOUN): (आवंटन) Example Sentence:
Today, the priest placed our offerings
on the altar and everything vanished.
Synonyms: distribution, appropriation
Antonyms: retention, acquisition
Example Sentence: hard-working
They will take care of the allocation Synonyms: persevering, tireless
for the resources, don’t worry. Antonyms: careless, ignorant
Example Sentence:
4. FRAGMENTED (VERB): (तोड़ना)
We need to be diligent regarding our
break into pieces tasks for becoming successful in life.
Synonyms: shatter, disintegrate 10. HURDLE (NOUN): (बाधा )
Antonyms: combine, unite
Example Sentence: obstacle
Lough Erne fragmented into a series of Synonyms: snag, barricade
lakes. Antonyms: aid, assistance
5. OBLIVIOUS Example Sentence:
There are many hurdles in life, we
(ADJECTIVE): (भूलने वाला) need to bulldoze them with our actions.
Synonyms: ignorant, inattentive
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Example Sentence:
The people who are oblivious to others,
are bound to be treated badly.
6. GALL (NOUN): (ध्रष्टता) arrogance
Synonyms: impudence, brazenness
Antonyms: humility, modesty

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6. PLIGHT (NOUN): (दवु िधा)
1. IGNOMINIOUS dilemma
(ADJECTIVE): (अपयशपू र्ण) Synonyms: quandary, impasse
humiliating Antonyms: boon, blessing
Synonyms: embarrassing, disgraceful Example Sentence:
Antonyms: respectable, honorable The international community should do
Example Sentence: more to protect the plight of these
The family was very embarrassed people.
about their son’s ignominious behavior 7. RATIFY (VERB): (पुष्टि करना)
at the gathering.
2. ILLUSTRIOUS Synonyms: validate, approve
(ADJECTIVE): (प्रसिद्ध) famous Antonyms: veto, disapprove
Synonyms: esteemed, eminent Example Sentence:
Antonyms: insignificant, unimportant A number of countries have refused to
Example Sentence: ratify the treaty.
Number of illustrious players have lead 8. EXORBITANT
this team. (ADJECTIVE): (अत्यधधक)
3. IMPORTUNE (VERB): (ज़ोर दे ना) extravagant
insist Synonyms: outrageous, extreme
Synonyms: demand, beseech Antonyms: inexpensive, moderate
Antonym: dissuade, prevent Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: The President is right in pointing how
The players were importuned by the the exorbitant cost of child care can be
coach to run another mile. devastating for families.
4. IMPUDENT 9. RUPTURE (VERB): (िूिना) break
(ADJECTIVE): (गुस्ताख) shameless Synonyms: breach, split
Synonyms: brazen, audacious Antonyms: join, connect
Antonyms: humble, polite Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: The emperor Leo, ruptured the fortress
The impudent student had the nerve to of his enemy.
counter the principal’s order. 10. PLETHORA (NOUN): (अधधकता)
(ADJECTIVE): (अिुविधाजनक) Synonyms: profusion, overabundance
inconvenient Antonyms: scarcity, rarity
Synonyms: uncomfortable, awkward Example Sentence:
Antonyms: convenient, handy There are plethora of groups that track
Example Sentence: and publish this kind of information.
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The dearth of resources forced the
1. CYNIC (NOUN): (न द
िं क) nonbeliever company to shut down.
Synonyms: doubter, skeptic
Antonyms: believer, optimist 7. EXTENSIVELY (ADVERB): (दरू
Example Sentence: तक) widely
Sakshi is a cynic.
Synonyms: broadly, greatly
Antonyms: minutely, marginally
2. YEARNING (NOUN): (इच्छा) desire Example Sentence:
Synonyms: aspiration, craving The scheme extensively benefitted the
Antonyms: apathy, disinterest masses.
Example Sentence:
His success satisfied his yearning. 8. COINCIDE (VERB): (सहमत हो ा) go
along with
3. INCUR (VERB): (अप े उपर Synonyms: concur, harmonize
ले ा/उठा ा) bring upon oneself Antonyms: deviate, dissent
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: obtain, acquire
We can coincide with our competitors.
Antonyms: forfeit, lose
Example Sentence:
Suneet incurred the wrath of the gods. 9. PSEUDONYM (NOUN): (उप ाम)
false name
4. GUSHING (ADJECTIVE): (फुहार Synonyms: anonym, alias
Antonyms: real name, authentic name
छोड़ती हुई) flowing Example Sentence:
Synonyms: spouting, pouring out He used a pseudonym for himself.
Antonyms: stagnant, frozen
Example Sentence: 10. VANITY (NOUN): (घमिंड) egotism
The gushing river, flooded the fields.
Synonyms: conceitedness, ostentation
Antonyms: humility, modesty
5. BERATE (VERB): (धमका ा) Example Sentence:
admonish He displays vanity.
Synonyms: castigate, reprimand
Antonyms: laud, applaud
Example Sentence:
We must berate such journalists who live Write us-
in our nation and work for our enemies

6. DEARTH (NOUN): (कमी) scarcity

Synonyms: paucity, meagerness
Antonyms: adequacy, abundance
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1. ESPIONAGE (NOUN): (जासूसी) The teacher had a profound effect on his
spying students.
Synonyms: reconnaissance, intelligence 6. PROCEEDS (NOUN): (कमाई) earning
Antonyms: candid, frank Synonyms: revenue, reward
Example Sentence: Antonyms: debt, loss
He will be punished severely if he is Example Sentence:
found guilty of espionage. The government has ordered companies to
2. ENIGMA (NOUN): (रहस्य) mystery
share 2% of their proceeds with NGOs.
Synonyms: knot, perplexity 7. SHORTFALL (NOUN): (कमी) lack
Antonyms: solution, key Synonyms: inadequacy, flaw
Example Sentence: Antonyms: abundance, plenty
How they avoided the onslaught of the Example Sentence:
enemy, is still an enigma for us. His shortfalls are destroying his career.
3. CONCURRENCE (NOUN): (सहमति) 8. PILE (NOUN): (सं ग्रह) collection
occurring together Synonyms: stockpile, accumulation
Synonyms: unanimity, synchronicity Antonyms: ditch, poverty
Antonyms: disagreement, discord Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: He gifted a pile of story books to the poor
They have infuriated the senior leaders children.
with the concurrence of their stupid 9. BUYBACK (NOUN): (छूट)
Synonyms: privilege, allowance
kind Antonyms: repudiation, refusal
Synonyms: compassionate, tolerant Example Sentence:
Antonyms: inconsiderate, intolerant There are many buyback offers in the
Example Sentence: market.
There are many indulgent people in the 10. UNVEIL (VERB): (ख़ुलासा) reveal
Synonyms: disclose, display
Antonyms: conceal, veil
(गहन) (deeply) thoughtful
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: abstruse, philosophical They will unveil a new car very soon.
Antonyms: trivial, superficial
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1. UBIQUITOUS 6. JUNTA (NOUN): (समितत) council
(ADJECTIVE): (विश्िव्यापी) universal Synonym: faction, cabal
Synonyms: pervasive, omnipresent Antonym: single, individual
Antonyms: scarce, rare Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: After the dictator died the country was
If the ubiquitous red tape is annoying, taken over by a junta of former
other local customs are downright officials.
strange. 7. JUVENILE
2. PERTURBED (ADJECTIVE): (युिकोचित/ बिकाना)
(ADJECTIVE): (क्षुब्ध) troubled childish
Synonyms: restless, flustered Synonyms: adolescent, young
Antonyms: untroubled, unworried Antonyms: mature, experienced
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
Even during this perturbed time he The pick pocket was held in a juvenile
prosecuted his studies and teaching. facility as they were too young for jail.
3. SUBVERSION (NOUN): (विनाश) 8. JEER (VERB): (िज़ाक उड़ाना)
undermining ridicule
Synonyms: sabotage, disruption Synonyms: taunt, hoot
Antonyms: integration, consolidation Antonyms: compliment, laud
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
They view individual liberty as a The winning team jeered the opponents
threat, new political ideas as as their captain flaunted the trophy.
subversion, and political opposition as 9. JETTISON (VERB): (तनकाल
फ़ेकना) throw overboard
4. FLOUT (VERB): (अिज्ञा) show
Synonyms: dump, discard
contempt for something
Antonyms: hold, keep
Synonyms: defy, spur
Example sentence:
Antonyms: commend, compliment
I will keep the good experiences and
Example Sentence:
jettison the bad ones, before I leave
It was a big story—indicating that
this city.
Israel was continuing to flout
international law to prevent Hezbollah
from getting weapons. (ADJECTIVE): (क्षीण/थका) exhausted
5. SHODDY (ADJECTIVE): (तुच्छ) Synonyms: bored, tired
Antonyms: lively, energize
in bad shape
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: inferior, tawdry
The participants were so jaded from
Antonyms: noble, sophisticated
the task that they didn’t even bother to
Example Sentence:
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Manoj was feeling shy of telling her about
1. CONTEMPORANEOUS (ADJECTI her purge from the contest.
VE): (आधुनिक) Coeval
Synonyms: simultaneous, contemporary 6. QUANTUM (NOUN): (मात्रा) Quantity
Antonyms: different, separate Synonyms: sum, amount
Example Sentence: Antonyms: part, whole
The contemporaneous ringing of the Example Sentence:
multiple phone lines kept the new While quantum energy could not be
receptionist very busy. measured fully, the scientist continued to
work on the experiment.
7. PRECINCT (NOUN): (प्रसीमा)
सं बंधी) Pertaining to tailors
Synonyms: stylish,
Synonyms: area, ward
Antonyms: whole, full
Antonyms: frumpy, dumpy
Example Sentence:
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I am working in this precinct.
Those sartorial coats made me chew the
(NOUN): (इच्छा/प्रवत्तृ ि) Inclination
3. CAULK (VERB): (गहिी करिा)
Synonyms: penchant, predilection
Antonyms: dislike, hate
Synonyms: block,
Example Sentence:
Your proclivity towards him is getting on
Antonyms: free, loosen
my nerves.
Example Sentence:
Adeel caulked me from a broken reed.
(ADJECTIVE): (दं डात्मक) Retaliatory
4. TUTELARY (ADJECTIVE): (सं रक्षी)
Synonyms: vindictive, punishing
Antonyms: beneficial, rewarding
Synonyms: guardian,
Example Sentence:
Don’t be punitive otherwise you’ll get
Antonyms: careless, inattentive
into a soup.
Example Sentence:

He is using tutelary Fabian policy in his 10. QUIETUDE (NOUN): (शांनि/सं िोष)
company. Calm
Synonyms: doldrums, hush
5. PURGE (NOUN): (पररशोध) Antonyms: disturbance, agitation
Example Sentence:
Be quietude don’t escape your lips.
Synonyms: expulsion, extermination
Antonyms: keeping, holding
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Antonyms: familiar, regular
1. INSISTENCE (NOUN): (ज़ोर) Example Sentence:
We have come across unprecedented
reactions that weren’t expected.
Synonyms: urging, emphasis
Antonyms: satisfaction, satiation
Example Sentence:
Our insistence for luxuries should not (िटपटा) tangy
cause a misery to anyone. Synonyms: peppery, spicy
Antonyms: flavorless, tasteless
2. NEGATE (VERB): (प्रतिवाद करना) Example Sentence:
We need to eat piquant dishes in order to
get the real taste of Royal Rajasthan.
Synonyms: annihilate, disallow
Antonyms: allow, assist
Example Sentence: 8. RUSTICATE (VERB): (तनष्कासिि
The criminal will negate all charges if you करना) expel
failed to prove him guilty. Synonyms: dispel, ostracize
Antonyms: incorporate, inculcate
3. QUEER (ADJECTIVE): (ववचित्र) Example Sentence:
abnormal The principal will rusticate all the students
Synonyms: erratic, weird who don’t deserve to be taught in a
Antonyms: sensible, sound healthy environment
Example Sentence:
They are queer in behavior and extremely 9. DRAPE (VERB): (ढाांकना) cover
uncultured in their lifestyle. Synonyms: wrap, envelop
Antonyms: unwrap, uncover
4. STIMULATE (VERB): (उत्ते जिि Example Sentence:
करना) provoke The snow-draped everything as the
temperature kept deteriorating.
Synonyms: elate, arouse
Antonyms: neglect, dishearten
Example Sentence:
The teacher has to stimulate the students (प्रोन्नति) advancement
in order to create a hunger in them. Synonyms: elevation, aggrandizement
Antonyms: hindrance, debasement
5. BARB (NOUN): (कााँटा) point Example Sentence:
They have got the promotion because they
Synonyms: prickle, prong
deserved it in one way or the other.
Antonyms: kindness, praise
Example Sentence:
Watch out for barbs as they can hurt you
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(ADJECTIVE): (अभूिपूवव) exceptional
Synonyms: bizarre, anomalous

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1. SUPERVENE (VERB): (पीछे आना) The CDI officers are
Follow always perspicacious with their case.
Synonyms: pursue, supersede
Antonyms: retreat, precede 7. FERVENT (ADJECTIVE): (उत्साही)
Example Sentence: Enthusiastic
Team members supervene their Synonyms: zealous, ardent
leaders. Antonyms: apathetic, dull
Example Sentence:
2. DRACONIAN (ADJECTIVE): (कठोर) He is a fervent child.
Synonyms: cruel, oppressive 8. FITFUL (ADJECTIVE): (चंचल)
Antonyms: easy, gentle Spasmodic
Example Sentence: Synonyms: intermittent,
Your master is a draconian man. fluctuating
Antonyms: continuous, perpetual
3. DAWDLE (VERB): (समय नष्ट करना) Example Sentence:
Waste time As long as his breathing is fitful, he will
Synonyms: loiter, procrastinate continue to need an oxygen machine.
Antonyms: hasten, hurry
Example Sentence: 9. FLOUT (VERB): ( अवज्ञा करना) Show
The teacher warned the student that contempt for
he will be punished if Synonyms: defy, disregard
he dawdled again. Antonyms: honour, praise
Example Sentence:
4. PILLAGE (VERB): (लट ू ना) Plunder, One should not flout the traffic rules.
Synonyms: ravage, ransack 10. FEASIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (व्यवहायय)
Antonyms: protect, construct Practicable
Example Sentence: Synonyms: possible, doable
The terrorists pillaged the city. Antonyms: impossible, implausible
Example Sentence:
5. NOXIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (हाननकारक) This seems to be a feasible solution.
Deadly, injurious
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Antonyms: helpful, kind
Example Sentence:
This is a noxious chemical.

(ADJECTIVE): (तीक्ष्णबुद्धि-) Observant,
Synonyms: alert, aware
Antonyms: ignorant, unobservant
Example Sentence:

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1. SINGULARLY (ADVERB): (अकेले) Antonyms: advance, finish
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: uniquely, remarkably Don’t linger on the same topic.
Antonyms: together, commonly
Example Sentence: 8. CORRODE (VERB): ( बबगाडना) waste
This was a singularly done task. Synonyms: erode, deteriorate
Antonyms: build, construct
2. CLAMOUR (NOUN): (कोलाहल) upheaval Example Sentence:
They corroded the newly made
Synonyms: tumult, outcry
Antonyms: calm, peace
Example Sentence:
A news channel broadcast an 9. CORROSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (संक्षारक)
ongoing clamour in parliament. acerbic
Synonyms: caustic, vitriolic
3. DETERMINATION (NOUN): (दृढ़ संकल्प) Antonyms: gentle, nice
Example Sentence:
Sodium and Sulphur are highly corrosive
Synonyms: steadfastness, dedication
Antonyms: ignorance, indecision
Example Sentence:
I saw a great determination in him. 10. COUNTERMAND (VERB): (प्रत्याददष्ट
करना) cancel a command
4. PERTINENT (ADJECTIVE): (उचित) Synonyms: reverse, override
relevant Antonyms: allow, approve
Synonyms: admissible, germane Example Sentence:
Antonyms: improper, inappropriate I can't countermand her orders.
Example Sentence:
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5. FLAG (VERB): (मंद होना) abate
Synonyms: fade, sag
Antonyms: grow, rise
Example Sentence:
This lotion will definitely flag your pain.

6. BOTTLENECK (NOUN): (बाधा) obstacle

Synonyms: barrier, congestion
Antonyms: aid, assistance
Example Sentence:
He came passing through
many bottlenecks.

7. LINGER (VERB): (विलम्ब या दे री करना)

Synonyms: drift, idle

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1. IGNORAMUS (NOUN): (मर् ू )ख stupid 7. TRADITIONAL

Synonyms: imbecile, dimwit (ADJECTIVE): (र्रं र्रागत) classic
Antonyms: intellect, brainy Synonyms: conventional, regular
Example Sentence: Antonyms: different, extraordinary
Balli is an ignoramus man. Example sentence:
He likes traditional dancing style.
2. DIRTBALLS (NOUN): ( बहका हुआ/ भटका
हुआ) creep
(र्रहे ज़) chastity
Synonyms: deviant, sleazebag
Synonyms: fasting, frugality
Antonyms: standard, usual
Antonyms: excess, revelry
Example Sentence:
Example sentence:
Their group is seen as a bunch
Manikant started drinking again after six
of dirtballs and liars.
years of abstinence.
3. NOUS (NOUN): (प्रज्ञा) common sense
9. OFFSET (VERB): (प्रततवाद करना)
Synonyms: practical intelligence, intellect
Antonym: nonsense, stupid
Synonyms: negate, counteract
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: disproportion, inadequacy
He has a lot of nous.
Example sentence:
Donations to charities can
4. CEDE (VERB): (आत्मसमर्खण करना)
be offset against income tax.
Synonyms: capitulate, hand over 10. FAVOUR (NOUN): (एहसान) support
Antonyms: hold, maintain
Example Sentence: Synonyms: benignity, assistance
Antonyms: animosity, antipathy
Extradited liquor baron had to cede before
Indian government. Example sentence:
Would you give me a favour?
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5. GLIMPSE (VERB): (झलक र्ड़ना) glance
Synonyms: flash, sight
Antonyms: stare, glare
Example Sentence:
Ramya glimpsed a figure standing in the

6. BOOST (NOUN): ( बढावा) hike

Synonyms: upgrade, advance
Antonyms: decline, shrinkage
Example sentence:
He got the boost in salary last month.

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disproportionate (ADJECTIVE): ( अकालप्रौढ़) Exceptionally
Synonyms: extreme, unjustified smart
Antonyms: appropriate, justified Synonyms: developed, quick
Example sentence: Antonyms: underdeveloped, unresponsive
Don’t try to take an undue advantage. Example sentence:
Anuj was always a precocious boy.
2. VIGOROUS (ADJECTIVE): ( फुरतीला)
energetic 8. PERUSAL (NOUN): ( अवलोकन)
Synonyms: dynamic, lively Scrutiny
Antonyms: dull, rough Synonyms: inspection, survey
Example sentence: Antonyms: neglect, ignorance
He is a vigorous fellow. Example sentence:
I want this veggie to be gone through deep
3. BOOTLEGGING (NOUN): ( डकैती) perusal.
Synonyms: smuggling, trafficking 9. UNHINDERED (ADJECTIVE): ( ननर्ााध)
Antonyms: legal goods, lawful goods Direct
Example sentence: Synonyms: constant, straight
Bootlegging is increasing with the DVDs Antonyms: indirect, stopped
of new movies. Example Sentence:
They allowed unhindered broadcast of the
4. DISCRIMINATION (NOUN): ( भेदभाव) international news.
Synonyms: prejudice, bigotry 10. STEALTH (NOUN): ( गोपनीयता)
Antonyms: equity, fairness Secrecy
Example sentence: Synonyms: covertness, slyness
I don’t believe in discrimination. Antonyms: overtness, openness
Example Sentence:
5. RETRIEVE (VERB): ( पुनः प्राप्त करना) If I can't get what I want openly, I get it
regain by stealth.
Synonyms: restore, redeem
Antonyms: renounce, abandon
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6. COGENT (ADJECTIVE): ( प्रभावशाली)

Synonyms: convincing, powerful
Antonyms: ineffective, unimportant
Example Sentence:
Abhay always delivers a cogent

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) complicated 7. AVERSE (ADJECTIVE): (प्रततकूल)
Synonyms: complex, tangled opposing
Antonyms: direct, simple Synonyms: hesitant, hostile
Example Sentence: Antonyms: kind, loving
It is hard to solve the question because a Example Sentence:
convoluted reasoning is applied in it. As a former Chief-Director, he is not
averse to secrecy.
2. CREDENCE (NOUN): (विश्िास)
acceptance or belief 8. SENILITY (NOUN): (बुढापा)
Synonyms: trust, assurance senescence
Antonyms: denial, disbelief Synonyms: decrepitude, dotage
Example Sentence: Antonyms: infancy, adolescence
I cannot give credence to his account. Example Sentence:
He is suffering from senility.
3. CREED (NOUN): (मत) belief
Synonyms: principles, doctrine 9. IMPUGN (VERB): (प्रततिाद करना)
Antonyms: disbelief, doubt Challenge
Example Sentence: Synonyms: assail, question
The centre is open to all, no matter what r Antonyms: concede, praise
ace or creed. She
hopes the name of the company should n
4. BLEND (NOUN): (ममश्रण) amalgam be impugned.
Synonyms: fusion, combination
Antonyms: division, separation 10. DORMANT (ADJECTIVE): (तनष्क्रिय)
Example Sentence: Inactive
College fests are now a great blend of Synonyms: lurking, quiescent
cultural representation and musical Antonyms: alert, conscious
concerts. Example Sentence:
The virus remains dormant in
5. REFUGE (NOUN): (शरणस्थान) A nerve tissues.
place of shelter
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Example Sentence:
The escaped prisoner sought refuge in the

6. SOLE (ADJECTIVE): (एकमात्र) Alone

Synonyms: exclusive, lone
Antonyms: combined, mixed
Example Sentence:
Success is a sole motive of my life.

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1. CAPSIZE (VERB): invalidate Side stepping the requirements by the
Synonyms: reverse, repeal apostle is not the ideal way to work.
Antonyms: approve, permit
Example Sentence: 8. MUSE (VERB): think about
The Ministry of the Ministry of Synonyms: consider, contemplate
Environment, Forests and Climate Change Antonyms: ignore, neglect
has capsized the NGT verdict. Example Sentence:
Smita couldn't even begin to muse the future.
2. MOTIVE (NOUN): intention
Synonyms: preoccupied, resolved 9. TENABLE (ADJECTIVE): defensible
Antonyms: unfixed, unstable Synonyms: justifiable, conceivable
Example Sentence: Antonyms: unreasonable, illogical
It signals the motive to support centres of Example Sentence:
excellence. Such a simplistic approach is no longer
3. NURTURE (NOUN): breeding
Synonyms: care, feed 10. PRECEDENT (NOUN): an exemplar
Antonyms: deprivation, starvation Synonyms: paradigm, model
Example Sentence: Antonyms: non standardization, imperfection
The nurture of children is mandatory. Example Sentence:
There are few precedents for this sort of
4. SERENITY (NOUN): composure legislation.
Synonyms: calmness, patience
Antonyms: agitation, disturbance
Example Sentence:
The riverside view is filled with serenity. Write us-
5. PROXIMITY (NOUN): nearness
Synonyms: closeness, adjacency
Antonyms: remoteness, distance
Example Sentence:
The map shows the geographical proximity
of our two countries.

6. CONSENT (NOUN): agreement

Synonyms: approval, sanction
Antonyms: denial, dissent
Example Sentence:
The green signal is conditional on getting the
consent from the government.

7. APOSTLE (NOUN): advocate

Synonyms: defender, backer
Antonyms: antagonist, detractor
Example Sentence:

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1. NOISOME (ADJECTIVE): (बदबूदार) Example sentence:
The MP was urged to abjure his
Synonyms: smelly, disgusting
Antonyms: good, pleasant
Example Sentence: 7. NINCOMPOOP (NOUN): (मूखख) idiot
The atmosphere of the room seemed to Synonyms: fool, blockhead
become noisome. Antonyms: perspicacious, sagacious
Example Sentence:
2. NOMADIC Only a complete nincompoop would belie
(ADJECTIVE): (खानाबदोश) itinerant ve a story like that.
Synonyms: roving, migrant
Antonyms: native, settled 8. ABETTOR (NOUN): (सहायक) assistant
Example Sentence: Synonyms: accomplice, colleague
On the whole, however, nomadic life is Antonyms: opponent, adversary
at the present day, the exception. Example sentence:
He was his abettor in crime.
3. ABATE (VERB): (कम करना) mitigate
Synonyms: lessen, decrease 9. NUISANCE (NOUN): (बाधा) problem
Antonyms: aggravate, intensify Synonyms: trouble, bore
Example sentence: Antonyms: benefit, pleasure
Only flushing would not have been Example Sentence:
sufficient to abate the odour. It's a real nuisance having to pick up the k
ids from school every day.
4. ASSIDUOUS (ADJECTIVE): (पररश्रमी)
industrious 10. ARRAIGN (VERB): (आरोप लगाना)
Synonyms: diligent, charge
attentive Synonyms: blame, accuse
Antonyms: careless, indolent Antonyms: exculpate, pardon
Example sentence: Arun was arraigned with theft.
Garima was assiduous in pointing out
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(ADJECTIVE): (बेपरवाह) careless
Synonyms: casual, unconcerned
Antonyms: careful, concerned
Example Sentence:
He does not care for anything as he
is nonchalant.

6. ABJURE (VERB): (त्यागना) renounce

Synonyms: retract, revoke
Antonyms: approve, sanction

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rapacious 7. BLEAK (ADJECTIVE): (बेरंग) dismal
Synonyms: greedy, insatiable Synonyms: gloomy, dark
Antonyms: magnanimous, generous Antonyms: bright, pleasant
Example sentence: Example sentence:
Sonam touched the ring Jack was found in the bleak little room in
with covetous hands. despair.


(ADJECTIVE): (असं ख्य) innumerable (सहायक) supplement
Synonyms: countless, endless Synonyms: addition, complement
Antonyms: bounded, calculable Antonyms: lessening, subtraction
Example Sentence: Example sentence:
There are myriad jobs in IT sector this Food technology is an adjunct to learning.
9. VARIATION (NOUN): (असमानता)
(ADJECTIVE): (भयभीत) anxious Synonyms: deviation, disparity
Synonyms: doubtful, jittery Antonyms: similarity, likeness
Antonyms: certain, confident Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: Regional variations are seen in spoken
He felt apprehensive about going home. language.

4. SPUR (NOUN): (प्रेरणा) activation 10. ACCORD (NOUN): (समझौता)

Synonyms: catalyst, excitant agreement
Antonyms: prevention, curb Synonyms: harmony, unison
Example Sentence: Antonyms: disagreement, denial
Wars act as a spur to real invention. Example sentence:
The two countries breached the accord.
(पररवततनशील) changeable
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Antonyms: certain, definite
Example Sentence:
Time space and
matter are mutable realities.

6. LACK (NOUN): (अभाव) absence

Synonyms: dearth, inadequacy
Antonyms: affluence, abundance
Example Sentence:
His voice was raspy from his own lack of

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1. MORTIFY (VERB): (अपमानित करिा) 7. CRIPPLE (VERB): (पंगु बिािा)
cause to feel shame debilitate
Synonyms: annoy, deflate Synonyms: undermine, paralyze
Antonyms: please, soothe Antonyms: help, assist
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
He mortified her mother by creating a Many countries are crippled by their
conspiracy against his brother. debts.

2. MUSE (VERB): (विचारणा) consider 8. ABSOLUTE

Synonyms: reflect, think (ADJECTIVE): (असं दिग्ध) unconditional
Antonyms: ignore, neglect Synonyms: free, unabridged
Example Sentence: Antonyms: limited, conditional
He lay and mused in the warm sunlight. Example Sentence:
I am bound with absolute moral pressures.
3. ABOUND (VERB): (प्रचुर मात्रा में
9. BOLSTER (VERB): (मज़बूत करिा)
होिा) proliferate
Synonyms: thrive, flourish
Synonyms: help, aid
Antonyms: deficient, destitute
Antonyms: hinder, stop
Example sentence:
Example sentence:
Rumours of their separation are abound.
This step is taken to bolster the relations
between the two countries.
stupid 10. MULTITUDE (NOUN): (भीड़) crowd
Synonyms: foolish, idiotic
Synonyms: mass, throng
Antonyms: intelligent, sensible
Antonyms: paucity, minority
Example Sentence:
Example sentence:
He is moronic by nature.
There was a huge multitude in that mall.
5. CURB (NOUN): (नियं त्रण) control
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Antonyms: freedom, encouragement
Example Sentence:
Taking a few deep breaths may curb your

(ADVERB): (चोरी-चोरी) secretly
Synonyms: covertly, clandestinely
Antonyms: openly, publicly
Example Sentence:
It was a surreptitiously printed material.

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1. CORNUCOPIA (NOUN): (प्रचुरता)
खंडी) Self-righteous
Synonyms: insincere, hypocritical
Synonyms: bounty, fullness
Antonyms: honest, sincere
Antonyms: need, lack
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
His sanctimonious expressions explained
I shall come from London Town with a co
his intentions.
rnucopia of presents.
2. FRET (VERB): (चचड़चचड़ाना) Feel
Synonyms: gloomy, brooding
Synonyms: be upset, be anxious
Antonyms: cheerful, pleasant
Antonyms: please, delight
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
The offenders lapsed into a sullen silence.
She was always fretting about something
or the other.
8. CHAOTIC (ADJECTIVE): (अराजकतापू
Extremely delicate र्ण) Disordered
Synonyms: light, sublime Synonyms: uncontrolled, lawless s
Antonyms: earthly, indelicate Antonyms: ordered, organized
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
In this ethereal realm are the currents My house becomes a chaotic place in the
that make possible wireless telegraphy. absence of my wife.


र) Uneducated हुआ) Chastened
Synonyms: ignorant, illiterate Synonyms: repentant, sorrowful
Antonyms: educated, literate Antonyms: indifferent, unapologetic
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
Such misconceptions have He was so contrite that he wrote me a lette
not been confined to the unlettered masses r of apology.
5. SPRIGHTLY (ADJECTIVE): (प्रमुदित) 10. PRUNE (VERB): (काटना/ छााँटना)
Lively Pare down
Synonyms: agile, active Synonyms: trim, reduce
Antonyms: spiritless, lethargic Antonyms: include, increase
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
The sprightly old woman walks two miles Economic hard times are forcing the
every day. companies to prune their budget.
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1. ASCENSION (NOUN): (उठान) Taking As per my view,
this task is difficult and may require some
Synonyms: succession, assumption
Antonyms: declension, decline
Example Sentence: 8. SWIRL (VERB): (चक्कर खाना) Spin
Nikunj was around
killed after his ascension to the throne. Synonyms: churn, roil
Antonyms: straighten, uncoil
2. STIFFEN (VERB): (ठोस बनाना) Make Example Sentence:
The leaves were swirled along the ground
or become harder
by the wind.
Synonyms: tighten, solidify
Antonyms: weaken, dilute
Example Sentence: 9. STIFLE (VERB): (दबाना) Restrain
The blood supply to the skin is reduced w Synonyms: suppress, repress
hen muscles stiffen. Antonyms: release, free
Example Sentence:
4. SUBSISTENCE (NOUN): (जीविका) She makes no attempt to stifle a yawn.
Synonyms: sustenance, gratuity 10. ARCHAIC (ADJECTIVE): (प्राचीन)
Antonyms: neglect, ignorance Old-fashioned
Example Sentence: Synonyms: obsolete, antiquated
Shalabh is doing very hard work for his Antonyms: latest, modern
smooth subsistence. Example Sentence:
These archaic practices are advocated by p
5. DABBLER (NOUN): (अनुरागी) eople of limited outlook.
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Antonyms: expert, professional
Example Sentence:
Abhineet is a dabbler singer.

6. SEDUCE (VERB): (प्रलोभन दे ना) lure

Synonyms: entice, decoy
Antonyms: dissuade, disenchant
Example Sentence:
Ripen mangoes seduced the travellers on
the way.

7. INGENUITY (NOUN): (प्रतिभा)

Synonyms: ability, inventiveness
Antonyms: clumsiness, ignorance
Example Sentence:

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1. SUPERCILIOUS Antonyms: coinage, original saying
(ADJECTIVE): (घमं डी) bossy Example sentence:
Your platitude is meaningless and does
Synonyms: cocky, haughty
nothing for my anger.
Antonyms: humble, modest
Example Sentence:
He has supercilious attitude. 8. DEBACLE (NOUN): (पराजय)
2. STILT (NOUN): (आधार) footing Synonyms: collapse, drubbing
Antonyms: attainment, creation
Synonyms: flotation, base
Example sentence:
Antonyms: stop, opposition
That moment was a time of debacle for
Example Sentence:
The iron rods provide basic stilt to the
9. RESILIENCE (NOUN): (लचीलापन)
3. SQUAT (ADJECTIVE): (चौडा) broad flexibility
Synonyms: elasticity, pliancy
Synonyms: splay, chunky
Antonyms: obduracy, rigidity
Antonyms: small, thin
Example Sentence:
Example Sentence:
In spite of the violence in the country,
It was a squat room.
industry there has shown a
remarkable resilience.
4. FLOP (VERB): (गिर पडना) Slump
Synonyms: fall, drop 10. CIRCUMSCRIBE (VERB): (प्रततबंध
Antonyms: succeed, achieve
Example Sentence: लिाना) to form or mark the limits of
She flopped, exhausted, on to the sofa. Synonyms: confine, define
Antonyms: free, release
5. SMUG (ADJECTIVE): (आत्मसं तुष्ट) Example Sentence:
The hedge circumscribes the property.
pleased with oneself
Synonyms: complacent, pompous
Antonyms: unsure, unhappy with oneself
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He is utterly a smug person.


Synonyms: crabby, grouchy
Antonyms: cheerful, happy
Example sentence:
I dislike dyspeptic people around.

7. PLATITUDE (NOUN): (साधारण बात)

Synonyms: banality, cliché

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1. VICISSITUDES (NOUN): (उलटफे र) This year she had been afraid
to harvest because of the dogs.
Synonyms: fluctuation,
permutation 7. BOUNTIFUL (ADJECTIVE): (प्रचुर /
Antonyms: similarity, stability बहुल) Abundant
Example Sentence:
Synonyms: ample, lavish
The vicissitudes of life produced the
Antonyms: meagre, scarce
strongest contrasts of fortune.
Example Sentence:
This building has bountiful rooms.
(प्रचंड ) Noisy and difficult to control
Synonyms: blusterous, boisterous
) Compulsory
Antonyms: moderate, calm
Synonyms: essential, crucial
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: inessential, unimportant
The class
Example Sentence:
teacher ejected the obstreperous student
Vaccination and Polio drops are
out of the class.
both imperative measures towards
nurturing a healthy child.
3. STAID (ADJECTIVE): (गं भीर) Serious
Synonyms: steady, 9. CONSTITUTE (VERB): (गठित करना)
Antonyms: frivolous, funny
Synonyms: establish, compose
Example Sentence: He is a staid professor.
Antonyms: destroy, disperse
Example Sentence:
4. GOB (NOUN): (भीड़) Multitude The law constituted new mandate.
Synonyms: abundance,
fullness 10. BAN (NOUN): (प्रनतबंध ) Prohibition
Antonyms: individual, one
Synonyms: censorship, embargo
Example Sentence: All bakery products
Antonyms: approval, sanction
are found in gob at this outlet.
Example Sentence:
Anil puts a ban on eating meat in his house.
5. REVEL (NOUN): (उत्सव) Carousal
Synonyms: gaiety, gala
Antonyms: gloom, despair
Example Sentence: They all had a huge
nocturnal revel out there. Write us-
6. HARVEST (VERB): (सं ग्रह करना)
Synonyms: amass, collect
Antonyms: approval, sanction
Example Sentence:

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1. INTENDED (ADJECTIVE): (अभिप्रेत) It is immoral to try to expurgate anything
from the sacred writings of the past.
Synonyms: intentional, wilful
Antonyms: unfixed, unplanned 7. DEMURE (ADJECTIVE): (संकोची)
Example Sentence: reserved
It was an intended joke. Synonyms: shy, reticent
Antonyms: bold, brave
2. FURNISH (VERB): (दे ना) provide Example sentence:
Aneesh is a demure person.
Synonyms: dispense, issue
Antonyms: receive, deny
Example Sentence: 8. INNUNDATE (VERB): (अभििूत
The ATM furnished the money. करना) have a strong emotional effect on.
Synonyms: touch, overwhelm
3. SLEW (NOUN): (अधिक मात्रा) Antonyms: underwhelm, unimpressed
abundance Example sentence:
Synonyms: aggregation, bunch The criminal was overwhelmed with guilt.
Antonyms: little, need
Example Sentence: 9. INOFFENSIVE
There was a slew of currency notes in the (ADJECTIVE): (हाननहीन) harmless
Synonyms: innocuous, pleasant
Antonyms: damaging, malicious
4. DIFFIDENT (ADJECTIVE): (शमीला) Example Sentence:
bashful Shweta is an inoffensive, and sensitive girl.
Synonyms: meek, timid
Antonyms: confident, extroverted 10. CONCEAL (VERB): (निपाना) hide
Example sentence:
Synonyms: cover, lurk
Don’t be a diffident spectator if crime is
Antonyms: reveal, expose
taking place before your very eyes.
Example Sentence:
Why are you concealing your identity?
5. ANNUL (VERB): (अन्त करना) abolish
Synonyms: abrogate, cancel
Antonyms: allow, continue Write us-
Example sentence:
The practice of immolation had
been annulled already.

6. EXPURGATE (VERB): (संशोिन करना)

Synonyms: bleep, decontaminate
Antonyms: make dirty, contaminate
Example sentence:

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1. EMULATE (VERB): (अनुकरण Synonyms: abiding, inflexible
Antonyms: flexible, variable
करना) Follow suit Example Sentence:
Synonyms: imitate, mimic Don’t wrap your head
Antonyms: neglect, ignore around immutable petty politics in this
Example Sentence: office.
7. MAVERICK (NOUN): (घुमक्कड़)
Most rulers wished to emulate
Alexander the Great.
Person who takes chances
2. MOLLIFY (VERB): (शाांत करना)
Synonyms: bohemian,
Allay dissenter
Synonyms: alleviate, Antonyms: conservative, moderate
ameliorate Example Sentence:
Antonyms: agitate, irritate If you are a maverick you should get
Example Sentence: anxiety out of your system.
Only Samartha can mollify the
8. EBULLIANCE (NOUN): (उत्तेजना)
prevailing situation.
3. CRAVEN (ADJECTIVE): (डरपोक) Enthusiasm
Synonyms: buoyancy, elation
Timid Antonyms: sadness, depression
Synonyms: coward, Example Sentence:
nebbish Kapil shows great ebullience while
Antonyms: bold person, brave person performing arts at the theatre.
Example Sentence:
Suneet is such a craven person. 9. CONFOUND (VERB): (गड़बड़
4. CONTRITE करना) Confuse
(ADJECTIVE): (पश्चातापी) Regretful Synonyms: bewilder,
Synonyms: apologetic, baffle
humble Antonyms: explain, clarify
Antonyms: unrepentant, indifferent Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: Asheesh was confound about his new
Don’t be a contrite employee you’re on career plans.
the ball. 10. ECLECTIC (ADJECTIVE): (उदार)
(ADJECTIVE): (धोखेबाज) Dishonest Synonyms: broad, varied
Synonyms: deceitful, deceptive Antonyms: similar, specific
Antonyms: frank, sincere Example Sentence:
Example Sentence: Ambuj has very well survived in many
Abhiyash is cutting corner because eclectic conditions.
everybody tells he is a mendacious
boy. Write us-
(ADJECTIVE): (अचल) Unchangeable

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1. EXCISION (NOUN): (काटना) cutting Synonyms: glorify, laud
Antonyms: blame, castigate
Synonyms: ablation, extirpation
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: addition, insertion
He exalted about his achievements
Example Sentence:
The excision of the weed plant was
successfully done.
(थोडा) scanty
Synonyms: bare, little
ष्टदायी) torturous Antonyms: large, plenty
Synonyms: agonizing, grueling Example Sentence:
Antonyms: calm, mild Malvika poured an exiguous amount of
Example Sentence: dry yeast.
This is an excruciating task.
9. ENFEEBLE (VERB): (ननिःशक्त करना)
3. ETHOS (NOUN): (मनोवत्तृ ि) ideology make very weak
Synonyms: mentality, mindset Synonyms: cripple, blunt
Antonyms: body, physicality Antonyms: invigorate, energize
Example Sentence: Example Sentence:
Sugam abides by his ethos. This acid enfeebled the whole chemical
4. EXPANSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (त्तवस्तारी)
broad 10. VICARIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (सहानुभू
Synonyms: extensive, inclusive नत) empathetic
Antonyms: narrow, reserved
Synonyms: empathic, derived
Example Sentence:
Antonyms: indifferent, unfeeling
This is an expansive project.
Example Sentence:
Nayra is compassionate and vicarious
5. FACILE (ADJECTIVE): (सुगम) easy towards her daughter.
Synonyms: effortless, glib
Antonyms: arduous, confusing
Example Sentence: Write us-
Sadhna likes doing facile things.

6. ENERVATE (VERB): (कमजोर करना)

Synonyms: debilitate, exhaust
Antonyms: energize, strengthen
Example Sentence:
Navya Naveli was enervated by the
mettlesome picnic.

7. EXALT (VERB): (प्रशं सा करना) extol