1/10 Ardently(adverb)

Very enthusiastically or passionately. (प्रबल रूप से)

Synonyms: assiduously, carefully, diligently, eagerly

Antonyms: cold, cool, impassive.

Example: He ardently opposed the 1990 war.

2/10 Sombre(adjective)

Dark or dull in colour or tone. (काला)

Synonyms: Dark, Dull, Drab, Shady

Antonyms: Bright, Cheerful, Happy, Optimistic

Example: This is one of the most sombre and unhappy circumstances of the whole affair.

3/10 Unwavering(adjective)

Steady or resolute. (साबित)

Synonyms: Fixed, Firm, Steadfast, Decided

Antonyms: Wavering, Unsteady

Example: She was an honest political fighter and even those who did not share her beliefs always respected her for her unwavering commitment.

4/10 Colonial(adjective)

Relating to or characteristic of a colony or colonies. (उपनिवेश बसानेवाला)

Synonyms: Crude, Dependent, Dominion, Emigrant

Antonyms: Gentle, Modern, Sophisticated

Example: The country was a colonial power.,

5/10 Unparalleled(adjective)

Having no parallel or equal. (अनुपम)

Synonyms: Exceptional, Unique, Singular, Rare

Antonyms: Ordinary, Unexceptional, Incomparable, Matchless

Example: War crimes of this type are unparalleled in history.

6/10 Homage(noun)

Special honour or respect shown publicly. (सेवा)

Synonyms: Respect, Recognition, Admiration, Esteem

Antonyms: Criticism, Criticize, Disloyalty, Disregard

Example: The old warrior was paying homage to the values for which he had fought.

7/10 Fierce(adjective)

Having or displaying an intense or ferocious aggressiveness. (भयंकर)

Synonyms: Savage, Vicious, Untamed, Aggressive

Antonyms: Gentle, Tame, Mild

Example: The proposal has faced fierce opposition.

8/10 Dig(verb)

Break up and move earth with a tool or machine, or with hands, paws, snout, etc. (खोज)

Synonyms: Cultivate, Harrow, Plough, Work

Antonyms: Compliment, Praise, Flattery

Example: Some animal has been digging in the garden.

9/10 Reliant(adjective)

Dependent on someone or something. (विश्वासी)

Synonyms: Relying, Subservient, Susceptible, Ancillary

Antonyms: Independent, Free

Example: We are not yet solely reliant upon media.

10/10 Tribute(noun)

An act, statement, or gift that is intended to show gratitude, respect, or admiration. (श्रद्धांजलि)

Synonyms: Accolade, Praise, Acclaim, Salute

Antonyms: Criticism, Condemnation, Censure, Denunciation

Example: The concert was a tribute to the musician.

1/10 Penalty(noun)

A punishment imposed for breaking a law, rule, or contract. (जुर्माना)

Synonyms: Punishment, Sanction, Retribution, Penance

Antonyms: Reward, Advantage, Benefit, Gain

Example: The company was given a severe penalty for the violation.

2/10 Falter(verb)

Lose strength or momentum. (हिचक)

Synonyms: Hesitate, Delay, Stall, Waver

Antonyms: Calm, Hold, Remain, Stabilize

Example: The dinner party conversation faltered for a moment.

3/10 Deflecting(verb)

Cause (something) to change direction. (हटाना)

Synonyms: Divert, Avert, Sidetrack, Distract

Antonyms: Stay, Straighten, Accord, Abidance

Example: The ball deflected off my shoulder, straight into the goal.

4/10 Sloppy(adjective)

Careless and unsystematic. (लापरवाह)

Synonyms: Slipshod, Disorganized, Haphazard, Unmethodical

Antonyms: Careful, Meticulous, Tight, Tailored

Example: He has little patience for sloppy work from colleagues.

5/10 Relied(verb)

Depend on with full trust or confidence. (विश्वास करना)

Synonyms: Depend, Count, Bank, Bargain

Antonyms: Distrust, Disbelieve, Forbid, Disallow

Example: My mother relied on me for financial support.

6/10 Conceding(verb)

Admit or agree that something is true after first denying or resisting it. (स्वीकृति)

Synonyms: Bewilder, Baffle, Mystify, Bemuse

Antonyms: Deny, Defend, Disallow, Dispute

Example: One should not be bullied into conceding liability.

7/10 Desperate(adjective)

Feeling or showing a hopeless sense that a situation is so bad as to be impossible to deal with. (निराश)

Synonyms: Despairing, Hopeless, Anguished, Suicidal

Antonyms: Cheerful, Composed, Calm, Fearful

Example: He made a desperate bid/attempt to save his job.

8/10 Emerges(verb)

Move out of or away from something and become visible. (प्रकट होना)

Synonyms: Appear, Surface, Materialize, Come Out

Antonyms: Disappear, Drop, Leave, Finish

Example: The facts emerged after a lengthy investigation.

9/10 Roar(noun)

A full, deep, prolonged cry uttered by a lion or other large wild animal. (चीख)

Synonyms: Speed, Flash, Belt, Tear

Antonyms: Quiet, Silence, Rumble

Example: We heard a lion roar in the distance.

10/10 Wilt(verb)

(Of a plant, leaf, or flower) Become limp through heat, loss of water, or disease; droop (मुरझाना)

Synonyms: Droop, Sag, Flop, Flop

Antonyms: Thrive, Flourish, Water, Blooming

Example: The hot weather wilted the plants.

1/10 Brutal(adjective)

Savagely violent. (कठोर)

Synonyms: Savage, Cruel, Vicious, Ferocious

Antonyms: Gentle, Humane, Calm, Courteous

Example: The traffic was brutal on the way to work.

2/10 Termination(noun)

The action of terminating something or the fact of being terminated. (सीमा)

Synonyms: Ending, Closing, Conclusion, Finish

Antonyms: Start, Beginning, Intolerance, Impatience

Example: His contract was terminated last month.

3/10 Consequences(noun)

A result or effect, typically one that is unwelcome or unpleasant. (प्रभाव)

Synonyms: Result, Outcome, Sequel, Effect

Antonyms: Cause, Origin, Source, Beginning,

Example: The money was of little consequence to Tony.

4/10 Devastating(adjective)

Highly destructive or damaging (सदमा पहुँचाने वाला)

Synonyms: Destructive, Ruinous, Disastrous, Catastrophic

Antonyms: Nondestructive, Blessed, Fortunate, Beneficial.

Example: The flood devastated the town.

5/10 Circumstances(noun)

A fact or condition connected with or relevant to an event or action. (हालत)

Synonyms: Situation, Conditions, Things, Position

Antonyms: Debt, Poorness, Poverty.

Example: I can't imagine a circumstance in which I would do that.

6/10 Stipulated(verb)

Demand or specify (a requirement), typically as part of an agreement. (प्रतिज्ञा करना)

Synonyms: Specify, Demand, Require, Prescribe

Antonyms: Break, Calculate, Confuse, Decline

Example: The cease-fire was stipulated by the treaty.

7/10 Scrambling(noun)

The action of scrambling up or over rough or steep ground, especially as a leisure activity. (संघर्ष)

Synonyms: Clamber, Climb, Crawl, Scrabble

Antonyms: Dawdle, Crawl, Amble, Stroll.

Example: We scrambled up the hill.

8/10 Transferees(noun)

A person to whom something is transferred or conveyed. (बदली)

Synonyms: Transferor, Transfer, Assignor, Lessor

Antonyms: Stranger, Introvert, Withholder, Male

Example: The transferee, that is, the recipient of the policy, will assume all the transferor's rights and obligations under the contracts.

9/10 Significantly(adverb)

In a sufficiently great or important way as to be worthy of attention. (काफी)

Synonyms: Notably, Remarkably, Importantly, Seriously

Antonyms: Slightly, Doubtfully, Apparently, Superficially.

Example: Another store sold the game for a significantly lower price.

10/10 Immigrant(noun)

A person who comes to live permanently in a foreign country. (आप्रवासी)

Synonyms: Newcomer, Settler, Incomer, Outsider

Antonyms: Citizen, Nonimmigrant, Resident, Native

Example: Millions of immigrants came to America from Europe in the 19th century.

1/10 Discouraged(adjective)

Having lost confidence or enthusiasm (हतोसात्हि)

Synonyms: dishearten, dispirit, demoralize, depress

Antonyms: encourage, hearten, encouraged, optimistic

Example: We were discouraged by their lack of enthusiasm.

2/10 Revocation(noun)

The official cancellation of a decree, decision, or promise (प्रतिसंहरण)

Synonyms: abrogation, cancellation, repeal, repudiation

Antonyms: approval, acquiescence, assent.

Example: He faces permanent revocation of his privileges.

3/10 Steering(noun)

The action of steering a vehicle, vessel, or aircraft. (परिचालक)

Synonyms: guide, direct, manoeuvre, navigate

Antonyms: discourage, disperse, dissuade, divide

Example: The car was steering right at us.

4/10 Forgiveness(noun)

The action or process of forgiving or being forgiven. (क्षमा)

Synonyms: pardon, absolution, exoneration, remission

Antonyms: punishment, penalty, retribution, censure

Example: I thank you and ask forgiveness.

5/10 Delegation(noun)

A body of delegates or representatives. (सौंपना)

Synonyms: deputation, delegacy, legation, commission

Antonyms: prohibition, interdiction, proscription, refusal

Example: We sent a delegation of four people to visit their church.

6/10 Meted(verb)

dispense or allot justice, a punishment, or harsh treatment. (हद)

Synonyms: dispense, apportion, distribute, issue

Antonyms: appear, arrive, cool, freeze.

Example: Huge fines were meted out as punishment.

7/10 Militants(noun)

a militant person. (उग्रवादी)

Synonyms: activist, extremist, radical, enthusiast

Antonyms: restrained, apathetic, centrist, conservative

Example: The group has taken a militant position on the abortion issue and is refusing to compromise.

8/10 Pitched(verb)

sloping and not flat. (ढलवाँ)

Synonyms: Throw, Toss, Fling, Hurl

Antonyms: Straight, Even, Level, Uniform

Example: Straight, Even, Level, Uniform

9/10 Plight(noun)

A dangerous, difficult, or otherwise unfortunate situation. (दुर्दशा)

Synonyms: Predicament, Trouble, Difficulty, Extremity

Antonyms: Disengagement, Break, Divorce, Separation

Example: We are all concerned with the plight of the under-developed areas of the world.

10/10 Empathized(verb)

Understand and share the feelings of another. (सहानुभूति)

Synonyms: Identify, Commune, Sympathize, Understand

Antonyms: Upset, Discourage, Worry, Demoralize

Example: I clearly empathize with the people who live in those neighborhoods.

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