1 Perpetual (adjective)
continuing for a long period of time without interruption. (शाश्वत)
Synonyms: everlasting, eternal, enduring, ceaseless
Antonyms: ceasing, ending, halting, temporary
Example: The country is in a perpetual state of anarchy.

2 Detention (noun)
the state of being kept in a place, especially a prison, and prevented from leaving. (कैद)
Synonyms: custody, imprisonment, confinement, incarceration
Antonyms: discharge, release, emancipation, liberation
Example: The fifteen people arrested were still in police detention.

3 Magnify (verb)
Increase or exaggerate the importance or effect of. (इज़ाफ़ा करना)
Synonyms: boost, augment, intensify, amplify
Antonyms: reduce, diminish, lessen, subside
Example: The report tends to magnify the risks involved.

4 Chronicle (verb)
to record events in the order in which they happened. (अंकित करना)
Synonyms: report, record, register, keep track of
Antonyms: hide, conceal, secrete, cover
Example: Her achievements are chronicled in a new biography out this week.

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5 Desperate (adjective)
having a great need or desire for something. (बेकरार)
Synonyms: eager, raring, bursting, longing, keen
Antonyms: unwilling, averse, indisposed, unenthusiastic
Example: Desperate for money, she called her sister, whom she hadn’t spoken to in 20 years.

6 Abrogate (verb)
to officially end a law, an agreement, etc. (रद्द करना)
Synonyms: nullify, rescind, repeal, revoke, invalidate
Antonyms: establish, enact, lay down, legislate
Example: The rule has been abrogated by mutual consent.

7 Inhumane (adjective)
to show an emotion or quality, or (of an emotion or quality) to be shown or felt, not caring about the suffering of other people or animals (निर्दयी).
Synonyms: brutal, callous, vicious, barbaric, atrocious
Antonyms: gentle, benevolent, benignant, compassionate
Example: ‘inhumane treatment of animals/prisoners’.

8 Arbitrary (adjective)
based on random choice or personal whim, rather than any reason or system. (मनमौजी)
Synonyms: unpredictable, capricious, whimsical, erratic
Antonyms: rational, reasoned, cogent, judicious
Example: You can make an arbitrary choice.

9 Conformity (noun)
Compliance with standards, rules, or laws. (अनुपालन)
Synonyms: obedience, adherence, accordance, observance
Antonyms: violation, infringement, non-observance, transgression
Example: The goods were in conformity with the contract’.

10 Pawn (noun)
A person used by others for their own purposes. (प्यादा)
Synonyms: puppet, dupe, cat’s paw, tool, stooge.
Example: He was a pawn in the game of power politics.

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