1/10 Subservience (noun)

Willingness to obey others unquestioningly. (दासता)

Synonyms: Servility, Obedience, Subjection

Antonyms:

Example: He demonstrated his complete subservience to his masters.

2/10 Indomitable (adjective)

Impossible to subdue or defeat. (अजय)

Synonyms: Invincible, Unconquerable, Unbeatable

Antonyms: Surmountable, Yielding

Example: She is a woman with an indomitable spirit and unshakeable views

3/10 Override (verb)

Be more important than. (से अधिक महत्वपूर्ण होना)

Synonyms: Outweigh, Supersede, Take precedence over, Take priority over

Antonyms:

Example: Considerations of safety override all other concerns.

4/10 Nuanced (adjective)

Characterized by subtle shades of meaning or expression. (सूक्ष्म भेद युक्त)

Synonyms: Refined, Delicate, Airy

Antonyms: Rough, Coarse

Example: Most of our decisions are highly nuanced, very few are clearly black or white.

5/10 Formidable (adjective)

Inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, powerful, intense, or capable. (भयभीतकरनेवाला)

Synonyms: Intimidating, Redoubtable, Foreboding

Antonyms: Tender, Mild, Gentle

Example: The first game after the enforced break was a tough encounter against formidable opponents.

6/10 Spearhead (verb)

Lead an attack against somebody/something. (नेतृत्व करना)

Synonyms: Lead, Head, Be the driving force behind

Antonyms: Stop, Finish, End

Example: He's spearheading a campaign to reduce the number of accidents at work.

7/10 Frenzied (adjective)

Wildly excited or uncontrolled. (अत्यंत क्रोधपूर्ण)

Synonyms: Wild, Frenetic, Hyperactive, Intense

Antonyms: Calm, Peaceful, Composed

Example: It was only the start of a day of frenzied police activity across London.

8/10 Scepticism (noun)

An attitude of doubting that claims or statements are true or that something will happen. (संदेहवाद)

Synonyms: Dubiousness, Doubtfulness, Disbelief

Antonyms: Belief, Sureness

Example: Other scientists have expressed scepticism about these results.

9/10 Aberration (noun)

A fact, an action or a way of behaving that is not usual, and that may be unacceptable. (असामान्य)

Synonyms: Anomaly, Abnormality, Irregularity

Antonyms: Normality, Regularity, Routine

Example: A childless woman was regarded as an aberration, almost a social outcast.

10/10 Annihilation (noun)

Complete destruction or obliteration. (विनाश)

Synonyms: Destruction, Decimation, Wiping Out, Eradication, Demolition, Extermination

Antonyms: Protection, Shield, Preservation, Guard

Example: She has the power of annihilation and destruction.

1/10 Contain (verb)

Control or restrain (oneself or a feeling). (नियंत्रित करना)

Synonyms: Restrain, Curb, Rein in, Suppress

Antonyms: Encourage, Liberate

Example: She was so excited, she could barely contain herself.

2/10 Cocoon (verb)

Envelop in a protective or comforting way. (ढकना)

Synonyms: Wrap, Swathe, Enclose, Cover

Antonyms: Expose, Unwrap, Uncover

Example: We remain cocooned in our own little world of fantasies.

3/10 Wane (verb)

To become gradually weaker or less important. (क्षीण होना)

Synonyms: Fade, Decrease, Taper off, Diminish

Antonyms: Rise, Grow, Expand

Example: Their popularity waned during that period

4/10 Tempo (noun)

The speed of any movement or activity. (रफ़्तार)

Synonyms: Pace, Rate, Speed

Antonyms:

Example: He wants to maintain the tempo of his activities at a high level.

5/10 Steady (adjective)

Regular, even, and continuous in development, frequency, or intensity. (स्थिर)

Synonyms: Constant, Unchanging, Invariable

Antonyms: Varying, Fluctuating

Example: Regular, even, and continuous in development, frequency, or intensity.

6/10 Descent (noun)

A moral, social, or psychological decline. (पतन)

Synonyms: Drop, Degradation, Deterioration

Antonyms: Upgrade, Improvement

Example: It is an overwhelming, confusing, meandering descent into seasonal decline

7/10 Spell (verb)

Mean or have as a result. (कारण बनना)

Synonyms: Lead to, Result in, Bring on

Antonyms:

Example: The event could have spelled disaster for the little grocery store.

8/10 Threshold (noun)

The level at which something starts to happen. (दहलीज़)

Synonyms: Starting point, Beginning, Brink

Antonyms: Ending, Close, Completion, Omega

Example: She was on the threshold of a dazzling career.

9/10 Nadir (noun)

The lowest or most unsuccessful point in a situation. (सबसे निम्न स्तर)

Synonyms: Bottom, The lowest level, Depth, Base

Antonyms: Top, Apex, Peak

Example: Getting out of that situation was the absolute nadir of my barefaced lying career.

10/10 Surge (noun)

A sudden large increase, typically a temporary one. (बड़ी लहर)

Synonyms: Sudden Increase, Rise, Growth

Antonyms: Decrease, Decline, Reduction, Downswing

Example: She felt a sudden surge of anger.

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