1/10 Brazen (adjective)

Bold and without shame. (निर्भीक)

Synonyms: Audacious, Unabashed, Impudent

Antonyms: Timid, Meek, Modest

Example: She had become brazen about the whole affair.

2/10 Remorseless (adjective)

(of something unpleasant) never ending or improving. (निर्दय)

Synonyms: Relentless, Unremitting, Implacable

Antonyms: Intermittent, Relenting

Example: Those farm overalls represented hard, long days in the harsh sun and remorseless winters.

3/10 Consortium (noun)

An association, typically of several companies. (संघ)

Synonyms: Alliance, Union, Confederation


Example: This would create opportunities for Irish syndicates and consortiums.

4/10 Sweeping (adjective)

Wide in range or effect. (विस्तृत)

Synonyms: Extensive, Wide-ranging, Global, Broad

Antonyms: Restricted, Limited, Partial

Example: We cannot recommend any sweeping alterations.

5/10 Quibble (noun)

A small complaint or criticism, especially one that is not important. (कमी शिकायत)

Synonyms: Minor Criticism, Trivial Objection, Adverse Comment, Grumble

Antonyms: Concurrence, Consent, Conjunction, Concord

Example: The only quibble about this book is the lack of colour illustrations.

6/10 Red herrings (noun)

A clue or piece of information that is, or is intended to be, misleading or distracting. (भुलावा)

Synonyms: Bluff, Ruse, Deception, Trick


Example: It is a quest for the truth that drops vital clues and red herrings along the way.

7/10 Raucous (adjective)

Making or constituting a disturbingly harsh and loud noise. (कर्कश)

Synonyms: Harsh, Strident, Grating, Squawky

Antonyms: Calm, Soft, Peaceful

Example: She threw the keys back and forth, causing them to fill the air with raucous noise

8/10 Topple (verb)

To make somebody lose their position of power or authority. (पद को खोना)

Synonyms: Overthrow, Dethrone, Oust, Bring down


Example: Disagreement had threatened to topple the government.

9/10 Snoop (verb)

Investigate or look around furtively in an attempt to find out something, especially information about someone's private affairs. (जासूसी करना)

Synonyms: Inquire, Investigate, Delve


Example: Protect your privacy and keep anyone from snooping into your information.

10/10 Discourse (noun)

A formal discussion of a topic in speech or writing. (बातचीत)

Synonyms: Discussion, Treatise, Critique

Antonyms: Agreement, Accord, Pact

Example: It is one of the few discourses to address the topic of lay ethics.

1/10 Wrest (verb)

Take (something, especially power or control) after considerable effort or difficulty. (छीन लेना)

Synonyms: Pull, Seize, Snatch, Remove by force

Antonyms: Let go, Liberate, Loosen

Example: In 1990 both seats were wrested from the coalition.

2/10 Cacophony (noun)

A harsh discordant mixture of sounds. (कटु स्वर)

Synonyms: Dissonance, Screeching, Discordance


Example: Birds form a group and create a cacophony of sound to ward off the attacks.

3/10 Reverence (noun)

Deep respect for someone or something. (सम्मान)

Synonyms: Admiration, High esteem, Approval, Recognition

Antonyms: Scorn, Disrespect

Example: Rituals showed honour and reverence for the dead.

4/10 Aesthetically (adverb)

In a way that gives pleasure through beauty. (सौंदर्यपरकता से)

Synonyms: Artistically, Gracefully, Elegantly


Example: The buildings and gardens of the factory have been aesthetically designed and laid out.

5/10 Rigorous (adjective)

Extremely thorough and careful. (सश्रम)

Synonyms: Careful, Meticulous, Diligent, Attentive

Antonyms: Lenient, Careless

Example: It was critical to be rigorous and thorough in that process.

6/10 Mitigate (verb)

To make something less harmful, serious, etc. (गम्भीरता कम करना)

Synonyms: Alleviate, Palliate, Assuage, Attenuate, Extenuate

Antonyms: Aggravate, Intensify, Worsen, Increase

Example: Soil erosion was mitigated by the planting of trees.

7/10 Synapse (noun)

The junction between two neurons. (सूत्रयुग्मन)

Synonyms: Juncture, Connection, Joint


Example: Information from one neuron flows to another neuron across a synapse.

8/10 Devoid (verb)

Entirely lacking or free from. (वंचित)

Synonyms: Lacking, Deprived of, Free of

Antonyms: Full, Filled

Example: The only problem with these theories is that they are entirely devoid of evidence.

9/10 Overwhelming (adjective)

Very great in amount. (ओजपूर्वक प्रबलतासे)

Synonyms: Enormous, Immense, Huge, Tremendous, Profuse

Antonyms: Small, Insignificant, Trivial, Little

Example: The overwhelming majority of those present were in favour of the plan.

10/10 Pertain (verb)

Be appropriate, related, or applicable to. (से सम्बन्ध रखना)

Synonyms: Concern, Related to, Be connected with

Antonyms: Disconnect, Part

Example: Matters pertaining to the organization of government.

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