1 Incisive (adjective)
(of a person or mental process) intelligently analytical and clear-thinking. (तीक्ष्ण)
Synonyms: acute, penetrating, keen, perspicacious
Antonyms: dull, stupid, dense, obtuse
Example: He combined curious qualities of naivety with incisive wit and worldly sophistication.

2 Prolix (adjective)
(of speech or writing, using or containing too many words. (शब्दाडंबरपूर्ण)
Synonyms: lengthy, wordy, verbose, voluble
Antonyms: concise, brief, succinct, pithy
Example: The author’s prolix style has done nothing to encourage sales of the book.

3 Distraught (adjective)
– Extremely upset and anxious so that you cannot think clearly. (व्याकुल)
Synonyms: anxious, agitated, perturbed, troubled
Antonyms: calm, composed, collected, unruffled
Example: She’s still too distraught to speak about the tragedy.

4 Diatribe (noun)
A forceful and bitter verbal attack against someone or something. (कठोर समालोचना)
Synonyms: criticism, tirade, harangue, fulmination
Antonyms: compliment, praise, commendation, extolment
Example: He launched a bitter diatribe against the younger generation.

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5 Rejoinder (noun)
A reply, especially a sharp or witty one. (प्रत्युत्तर)
Synonyms: reply, retort, riposte, comeback, wisecrack
Antonyms: question, query, asking, interrogation
Example: She would have made some cutting rejoinder but none came to mind.

6 Specificity (noun)
the quality of belonging or relating uniquely to a particular subject. (विशेषता)
Synonyms: particularity, precision, exactitude
Antonyms: vagueness, imprecision, ambiguity, obscurity
Example: The reporter’s recommendations lack specificity.

7 Ratify (verb)
Sign or give formal consent to (a treaty, contract, or agreement), making it officially valid. (पुष्टि करना)
Synonyms: confirm, approve, sanction, endorse
Antonyms: deny, disapprove, invalidate, reject
Example: The treaty was ratified by all the member states.

8 Erudite (adjective)
Flavin2 or showing great knowledge or learning. (विद्वत्तापूर्ण)
Synonyms: learned, scholarly, well educated, knowledgeable
Antonyms: uneducated, ignorant, uncultured, ill-educated
Example: Ken could turn any conversation into an erudite discussion.

9 Redundant (verb)
not needed or useful. (अनावश्यक)
Synonyms: unnecessary, superfluous, supernumerary, spare
Antonyms: necessary, essential, needful, useful
Example: The picture has too much redundant detail.

10 Peruse (verb)
Examine carefully or at length. (निरीक्षण करना)
Synonyms: examine, look through, scrutinize, inspect
Antonyms: neglect, ignore, overlook, avoid
Example: She thoroughly perused the room to make sure Pablo was nowhere nearby.

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