1 Coherent (adjective)
(of ideas, thoughts, arguments, etc.) logical and well organized; easy to understand and clear. (स्पष्ट)
Synonyms: logical, reasoned, rational, cogent, sound
Antonyms: unreasonable, incomprehensible, unintelligible, irrational
Example: They failed to develop a coherent economic strategy.

2 Discern (verb)
To know, recognize or understand something, especially something that is not obvious. (पहचानना)
Synonyms: find out, discover, fathom, register
Antonyms: overlook, miss
Example: He discerned a certain coldness in their welcome.

3 Concede (verb)
To admit that something is true, logical, etc. (स्वीकार करना)
Synonyms: admit, acknowledge, accept, confess
Antonyms: deny, disapprove, repudiate, gainsay
Example: He reluctantly conceded the point to me.

4 Reinstate (adjective)
To return something to its previous position or status. (बहाल करना)
Synonyms: restore, reinstitute. reinstall, rehabilitate
Antonyms: destroy, damage, raze, wreck
Example: Tennis has now been reinstated as an Olympic sport.

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5 Extant (adjective)
(of something very old) still in existence. (विद्यमान)
Synonyms: existing, surviving, present. subsisting
Antonyms: dead, extinct, gone, obsolete
Example: We have some extant parish records from the 16th century.

6 Meaty (adjective)
containing a lot of important or interesting ideas. (विचारपूर्ण)
Synonyms: interesting, stimuIating, profound, significant
Antonyms: insubstantial, one-dimensional, light-weighted
Example: Lawrence has written a meaty, scholarly book.

7 Reminiscent (adjective)
reminding you of somebody/something. (याद ताजा)
Synonyms: remindful, evocative, redolent, suggestive
Antonyms: meaningless, ineffective
Example: The way he laughed was strongly reminiscent of his father.

8 Wholeheartedly (adverb)
with complete sincerity and commitment. (जी जान से)
Synonyms: enthusiastically, committedly, unreservedly, earnestly
Antonyms: grudgingly, reluctantly, rancorously, diffidently
Example: They wholeheartedly supported the campaign.

9 Bemoan (verb)
to complain or express sadness about something. (विलाप करना)
Synonyms: lament, bewail, deplore, grumble
Antonyms: be happy, praise, compliment, applaud
Example: They sat bemoaning the fact that no one would give them a chance.

10 Preclude (verb)
To prevent something from happening or somebody from doing something; to make something impossible. (रोकना)
Synonyms: prevent, hinder, impede, forestall
Antonyms: assist, help, aid, facilitate
Example: Lack of time precludes any further discussion.

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