1/10 Restitute (verb)

To restore to a position or status. (नवीनीकरण करना)

Synonyms: Restore, Reinstate, Re-establish, Regenerate

Antonyms: Break, Destroy, Weaken, Ruin

Example: The court ordered the people living in the house to restitute it to its rightful owners.

2/10 Encapsulate (verb)

To express the most important parts of something in a few words. (संक्षिप्त करना)

Synonyms: Summarize, Sum up, Condense, Digest, Compact

Antonyms: Expand, Lengthen, Extend, Broaden

Example: The poem encapsulates many of the central themes of her writing.

3/10 Vociferously (adverb)

In a loud and forceful manner. (शोर सहित)

Synonyms: Blatantly, Vehemently, Clamorously

Antonyms: Quietly, Silently

Example: The country vociferously opposed the war.

4/10 Servile (adjective)

Having or showing an excessive willingness to serve or please others. (ग़ुलामी का)

Synonyms: Greasy, Slavish, Sycophantic

Antonyms: Imperious, Dominant

Example: He bowed his head in a servile manner.

5/10 Sporadic (adjective)

Happening only occasionally or at intervals that are not regular. (छितराया हुआ)

Synonyms: Intermittent, Infrequent, Irregular

Antonyms: Frequent, Regular, Constant

Example: It all adds up to a very uneven, sporadic film experience.

6/10 Enmesh (verb)

Involve (someone) in a difficult situation from which it is hard to escape. (उलझा लेना)

Synonyms: Entangle, Embroil, Mix up, Mire

Antonyms: Disentangle, Liberate

Example: He is enmeshed in an adulterous affair.

7/10 Disgruntled (adjective)

Angry or dissatisfied. (असन्तुष्टक्रोधी)

Synonyms: Dissatisfied, Displeased, Annoyed, Irritated

Antonyms: Contented, Pleased, Satisfied

Example: Judges receive letters from disgruntled members of the public.

8/10 Vantage (noun)

A place or position affording a good view of something. (नज़रिया)

Synonyms: Viewpoint, Standpoint, Outlook, Perspective, Angle


Example: The past is continuously reinterpreted from the vantage point of the present.

9/10 Incarcerate (verb)

Imprison or confine. (कैदकरना)

Synonyms: Immure, Put away, Lock up, Put in prison

Antonyms: Free, Release, Liberate

Example: Many are incarcerated for property offences.

10/10 Benign (adjective)

Not causing damage or harm. (हितकारी)

Synonyms: Harmless, Safe, Innocuous, Inoffensive, Gentle

Antonyms: Harsh, Harmful, Malignant

Example: The industry's environmental impact is relatively benign, even positive.

1/10 Earmark (verb)

Designate (funds or resources) for a particular purpose. (अलग रखना)

Synonyms: Set aside, Reserve, Appropriate, Allocate

Antonyms: Waste, Misuse, Consume, Squander

Example: The cash had been earmarked for a big expansion of the programme.

2/10 Invoke (verb)

To mention or use a law, rule, etc. as a reason for doing something. (की सहायता लेना)

Synonyms: Cite, Adduce, Refer to, Instance

Antonyms: Misrepresent, Misquote, Distort, Misstate

Example: It is unlikely that libel laws will be invoked.

3/10 Stealth (noun)

The fact of doing something in a quiet or secret way. (गोपनीयता)

Synonyms: Furtiveness, Slyness, Covertness

Antonyms: Openness, Public, Overt

Example: The government was accused of trying to introduce the tax by stealth.

4/10 Transgress (verb)

To go beyond the limit of what is morally or legally acceptable. (उल्लंघन करना)

Synonyms: Violate, Defy, Disobey, Contravene, Flout

Antonyms: Obey, Follow, Comply, Abide by

Example: She had transgressed an unwritten social law.

5/10 Rescind (verb)

Revoke, cancel, or repeal (a law, order, or agreement). (रद्द कर देना)

Synonyms: Repeal, Abrogate, Cancel, Nullify

Antonyms: Enact, Approve, Validate

Example: The government eventually rescinded the directive.

6/10 Inimical (adjective)

Not friendly. (शत्रुवत)

Synonyms: Hostile, Unfriendly, Antagonistic

Antonyms: Friendly, Cordial, Amicable

Example: The police officer had an inimical attitude towards criminals.

7/10 Broach (verb)

Raise (a difficult subject) for discussion. (चर्चा करना)

Synonyms: Bring up, Mention, Introduce


Example: He broached the subject he had been avoiding all evening.

8/10 Foster (verb)

Encourage the development of (something, especially something desirable). (प्रोत्साहन देना)

Synonyms: Encourage, Stimulate, Cultivate, Strengthen

Antonyms: Hinder, Ignore, Suppress

Example: The teacher's task is to foster learning.

9/10 Spawn (verb)

Produce or generate a large number of. (उत्पादन करना)

Synonyms: Occasion, Generate, Give rise to, Engender

Antonyms: Destroy, Kill, End

Example: The decade spawned a bewildering variety of books on the forces.

10/10 Omnibus (adjective)

Comprising several items. (नाना प्रकार)

Synonyms: Extensive, Wide, All-inclusive

Antonyms: Limited, Restricted, Specific

Example: A mainstream newspaper is therefore an omnibus vehicle that packages a number of distinct products.

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