1 Carping (adjective)
difficult to please: critical. (अवगुण ढूंढ़नेवाला)
Synonyms: censorious, nit-picking, captious, hypercritical
Antonyms: approving, praising, laudatory, complimentary
Example: She has silenced the carping critics with a successful debut tour.

2 Cosmic (adjective)
characterized by greatness especially in extent, intensity, or comprehensiveness. (अति विशाल)
Synonyms: enormous, vast, measureless, grandiose
Antonyms: infinitesimal, minuscule, Lilliputian, teeny
Example: The song is a masterpiece of cosmic proportions.

3 Mundane (adjective)
very ordinary and therefore not interesting. (साधारण)
Synonyms: monotonous, tedious, humdrum, prosaic
Antonyms: exotic, striking, bizarre, exceptional
Example: Mundane matters such as paying bills and shopping for food do not interest her.

4 Squalor (noun)
the condition of being extremely dirty and unpleasant. often because of lack of money. (मलिनता)
Synonyms: filth, foulness, meanness, shabbiness
Antonyms: luxury, cleanliness, neatness, pleasantness
Example: These people are forced to live in squalor.

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5 Slack (verb)
decrease or reduce in intensity, quantity, or speed. (धीमा हो जाना)
Synonyms: abate, subside, ebb, dwindle
Antonyms: accelerate, pick up speed, surge, go up
Example: The train slacked up as it came into the station.

6 Metamorphose (verb)
change or cause to change completely in form or nature. (रूपांतरित होना)
Synonyms: transform, mutate, transmogrify, morph
Antonyms: preserve, maintain, retain, remain
Example: The awkward boy I knew had metamorphosed into a tall, confident man.

7 Mercurial (adj.)
changing suddenly and without warning; reacting in an unexpected way (अस्थिर)
Synonyms: volatile, fickle, variable
Antonyms: certain, reliable, constant
Example- His mercurial and fickle temperament left him with few friends.

8 Stentorian (adj.)
(of a person’s voice) loud and powerful. (बुलंद)
Synonyms: loud, booming, thundering
Antonyms: quiet, soft, peaceful
Example- The stentorian music was so loud it made my head hurt.

9 Reckless (adj.)
heedless of danger or the consequences of one’s actions (लापरवाह)
Synonyms: rash, careless, thoughtless
Antonyms- careful, cautious, prudent
Example- He showed a reckless disregard for his own safety.

10 Perfidious (adj.)
deceitful and untrustworthy. (बेवफ़ा)
Synonyms: disloyal, faithless, unfaithful
Antonyms: faithful, loyal, trustworthy
Example- Michelle sought revenge on her perfidious friend who stole her lottery ticket.

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