1/10 Conserved(verb)

To keep and protect something from damage, change, or waste. (संरक्षित)

Synonyms: Hoard, Maintain, Preserve, Sustain

Antonyms: Hurt, Ignore, Neglect, Release

Example: They are often conserved and preserved in jams and syrups.

2/10 Percolate(verb)

Filter gradually through a porous surface or substance. (रसना)

Synonyms: Bubble, Filter, Ooze, Permeate

Antonyms: Stream, Pour, Flood, Gush

Example: He put some coffee on to percolate.

3/10 Complex(adjective)

Consisting of many different and connected parts. (जटिल)

Synonyms: Complicated, Convoluted, Composite, Compound

Antonyms: Simple, Single, Uniform, Unmixed

Example: His reasons for that are complex.

4/10 Hovering(verb)

To stand somewhere, especially near another person, eagerly or nervously waiting for their attention. (मंडराना)

Synonyms: Approaching, Brewing, Imminent, Looming

Antonyms: Gone, Past, Distant, Later

Example: There were waiters hovering all the time.

5/10 Accommodate(verb)

A room, group of rooms, or building in which someone may live or stay. (आवास)

Synonyms: Housing, Quarters, Rooms, Chambers

Antonyms: Disagreement, Altercation, Animosity, Antagonism

Example: They weren't sure if they could provide food and accommodations for the whole group.

6/10 Estimated(adjective)

Roughly calculated (अनुमानित)

Synonyms: Appraisal, Assessment, Conclusion, Estimation

Antonyms: Ignorance, Fact, Truth

Example: They estimated the distance at about three miles.

7/10 Breach(noun)

Make a gap in and break through (a wall, barrier, or defence). (उल्लंघन)

Synonyms: Crack, Rift, Rupture, Aperture

Antonyms: Agreement, Closing, Closure, Juncture

Example: He claims that the city breached an agreement by selling the property.

8/10 Tender(adjective)

Showing gentleness, kindness, and affection. (नाज़ुक)

Synonyms: Caring, Kind, Kind-Hearted, Soft-Hearted

Antonyms: Unbreakable, Callous, Hard, Healthy

Example: He gave her a tender look.

9/10 Anonymity(noun)

The condition of being anonymous. (गुमनामी)

Synonyms: Obscurity, Silence, Oblivion, Nowhere

Antonyms: Reputation, Fame, Notoriety, Celebrity

Example: They are trying to protect their child's anonymity.

10/10 Accumulation(noun)

To collect a number or quantity of something over a period of time. (जमा)

Synonyms: Gather, Collect, Assemble, Amass

Antonyms: Contract, Decrease, Diminish, Disperse

Example: A thick layer of dust had accumulated in the room.

1/10 Reached(verb)

Stretch out an arm in a specified direction in order to touch or grasp something. (पहुँच गया)

Synonyms: Captured, Collected, Seized, Accomplished

Antonyms: Deprived, Forfeited, Lost

Example: She reached the conclusion that there was no more she could do.

2/10 Infrastructure(noun)

The basic physical and organizational structures and facilities (e.g. buildings, roads, power supplies) needed for the operation of a society or enterprise. (आधारिक संरचना)

Synonyms: Architecture, Structure, Framework, Configuration.

Antonyms: Dissolution, Disarrangement, Chaos, Confusion

Example: More money is needed to save the crumbling infrastructure of the nation's rural areas.

3/10 Pursuing(verb)

Follow or chase (someone or something). (पीछा करना)

Synonyms: Follow, Chase, Hunt, Stalk

Antonyms: Avoid, Flee, Aid, Assist

Example: The criminal is being pursued by police.

4/10 Lack(noun)

The fact that something is not available or that there is not enough of it. (कमी)

Synonyms: Absence, Dearth, Inadequacy, Loss

Antonyms: Enough, Excess, Plenty, Success

Example: Sam did not lack for friends.

5/10 Rampant(adjective)

Existing or spreading everywhere in a way that is very difficult to control (अनियंत्रित)

Synonyms: Excessive, Flagrant, Growing, Prevalent

Antonyms: Gentle, Mild, Moderate, Moral

Example: A rich soil soon becomes home to rampant weeds.

6/10 Intimidated(verb)

The action of intimidating someone, or the state of being intimidated. (धमकी)

Synonyms: Frightening, Menacing, Terrifying, Scaring.

Antonyms: Assure, Calm, Comfort, Embolden.

Example: He tries to intimidate his opponents.

7/10 Accompany(verb)

Go somewhere with (someone) as a companion or escort. (के साथ)

Synonyms: Abetted, Advised, Assisted, Backed

Antonyms: Discouraged, Harmed, Hindered, Impeded

Example: She will accompany me to the store.

8/10 Adhering(verb)

Believe in and follow the practices of. (पालन)

Synonyms: Comply, Heed, Obey, Observe

Antonyms: Disobey, Ignore, Overlook, Condemn

Example: They will adhere to the terms of the contract.

9/10 Presiding(verb)

Be in the position of authority in a meeting or other gathering. (अध्यक्षता)

Synonyms: Conduct, Run, Lead, Guide

Antonyms: Follow, Obey, Abandon, Give Up

Example: He presided at the trial of the Maguire Seven.

10/10 Confined(adjective)

To limit an activity, person, or problem in some way. (सीमाबद्ध)

Synonyms: Imprisonment, Internment, Custody, Detention.

Antonyms: Liberty, Freedom, Allowance, Permission.

Example: The dog was kept in confinement until it was determined to be healthy.

1/10 Defeated(adjective)

Having been beaten in a battle or other contest. (पराजित)

Synonyms: Dejected, Dispirited, Disconsolate, Depressed

Antonyms: Proud, Jubilant, Exultant, Rejoicing

Example: She was defeated by the last steep hill.

2/10 Resurrected(verb)

To bring back something into use or existence that had disappeared or ended. (पुनरुत्थान)

Synonyms: Recover, Rejuvenate, Rekindle, Renew

Antonyms: Destroy, Kill, Ruin, Damage

Example: The deal collapsed and has yet to be resurrected.

3/10 Foisted(verb)

To force upon or impose fraudulently or unjustifiably. (थोपे)

Synonyms: Imposed, Inflicted, Wished, Forced

Antonyms: Annoy, Delay, Leave, Let go

Example: He foisted the baby off on the nearest relative.

4/10 Itinerant(adjective)

Travelling from place to place. (भ्रमणकारी)

Synonyms: Nomadic, Nomad, Peripatetic, Roving

Antonyms: Stationary, Static, Standing, Settled

Example: She works as an itinerant teacher.

5/10 Cavalcade(noun)

A formal procession of people walking, on horseback, or riding in vehicles. (जूलूस)

Synonyms: Fleet, Convoy, Parade, Procession

Antonyms: Retreat, Hiding, Confuse

Example: Now you can see a cavalcade of the most famous tractors ever on parade.

6/10 Retain(verb)

Continue to have (something) (बनाए रखा)

Synonyms: Absorb, Contain, Enjoy, Maintain

Antonyms: Abandon, Desert, Disperse, Dispossess

Example: She has lost her battle to retain control of the company.

7/10 Acquittal(noun)

A judgement or verdict that a person is not guilty of the crime with which they have been charged. (दोषमुक्ति)

Synonyms: Absolution, Clearing, Exoneration, Exculpate

Antonyms: Accuse, Blame, Charge, Condemn

Example: The case resulted in acquittal of the defendant.

8/10 Heaped(adjective)

An untidy collection of objects placed haphazardly on top of each other. (ढेर)

Synonyms: Stack, Mass, Mound, Quantity

Antonyms: Ditch, Individual, Lack, Little

Example: He dumped the grass clippings into the compost heap.

9/10 Pandemic(noun)

A widespread occurrence of an infectious disease over a whole country or the world at a particular time. (महामारी)

Synonyms: Widespread, Prevalent, Pervasive, Global

Antonyms: Exclusive, Extraordinary, Incomplete, Individual

Example: Their arrival in the colony could not have been more badly timed, coinciding with the 1918 influenza pandemic.

10/10 Narrative(noun)

A story or a description of a series of events (कथा)

Synonyms: Story, Chronology, History, Account

Antonyms: Truth, Fact, Reality, Materiality

Example: He is writing a detailed narrative of his life on the island.

1/10 Simulate(verb)

To do or make something that looks real but is not real. (अनुकरण)

Synonyms: Affect, Mimic, Replicate, Reproduce

Antonyms: Destroy, Face, Give, Idle

Example: She tried hard to simulate interest in what he was saying.

2/10 Restricted(adjective)

A limiting condition or measure, especially a legal one. (प्रतिबंध)

Synonyms: Check, Condition, Constraint, Control

Antonyms: Allowance, Liberation, Permission, Advantage

Example: They placed/imposed restrictions on smoking indoors.

3/10 Resisting(verb)

To fight against something or someone that is attacking you. (विरोध)

Synonyms: Abide, Combat, Confront, Continue

Antonyms: Accept, Encourage, Allow, Assist

Example: I couldn't resist taking a look.

4/10 Restraint(noun)

Intended to keep someone under control or prevent someone from doing something. (रोक)

Synonyms: Constraining, Forbidding, Governing, Prohibiting

Antonyms: Permit, Promote, Release, Start

Example: When he started fighting, it took four police officers to restrain him.

5/10 Scrambled(verb)

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.

6/10 Provokes(verb)

Action or speech that makes someone angry, especially deliberately. (उकसावा)

Synonyms: Affront, Harassment, Indignity, Insult

Antonyms: Normality, Respectful, Despair, Dissuasion

Example: You should stay calm and not respond to provocation.

7/10 Confession(noun)

A written or oral acknowledgment of guilt by a party accused of an offense. (स्वीकारोक्ति)

Synonyms: Acknowledgment, Admission, Assertion, Concession

Antonyms: Denial, Refusal, Repudiation, Secret

Example: She still had not been to confession.

8/10 Denounced(verb)

Publicly declare to be wrong or evil. (आरोप लगाना)

Synonyms: Condemn, Criticize, Blame, Decry

Antonyms: Approve, Endorse, Bless, Indorse

Example: He was widely denounced as a traitor.

9/10 Achieved(verb)

To succeed in finishing something or reaching an aim, especially after a lot of work or effort. (हासिल करना)

Synonyms: Accomplish, Attain, Complete, Conclude

Antonyms: Abandon, Begin, Commence, Depart

Example: Most pupils are achieving the standards we set.

10/10 Encircle(verb)

Form a circle around. (घेरना)

Synonyms: Circled, Traversed, Orbited, Ringed

Antonyms: Isolated, Separate, Discrete, Single

Example: The town is encircled by fortified walls.

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