1 Reckoning (noun)
the action or process of calculating or estimating something. (गणना, हिसाब-किताब)
Synonyms: calculation, estimate, computation, arithmetic
Example: By my reckoning, we should arrive in 10 minutes.

2 III-considered (adjective)
badly thought out. (अविवेकी)
Synonyms: injudicious, imprudent, ill-conceived, misjudged
Antonyms: shrewd, sensible, farsighted, astute
Example: Large corporations are rushing ahead with ill-considered techniques.

3 Call forth (verb)
to cause (something) to come into action or existence. (जागृत करना)
Synonyms: evoke, arouse, summon, prompt
Antonyms: prevent, suppress, inhibit, preclude
Example: His gameplay called forth admiration from all the people present.

4 Devise (verb)
to invent a plan, system, object, etc., usually using your intelligence or imagination. (ईजाद करना)
Synonyms: invent, concoct, formulate, frame, fabricate
Antonyms: copy, borrow, reproduce, imitate
Example: He’s good at devising language games that you can play with students in class.

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5 Infringe (verb)
actively break the terms of (a law, agreement, etc.). (उल्लंघन करना)
Synonyms: contravene, transgress, defy, flout
Antonyms: obey, observe, conform, comply with
Example: He occasionally infringe the law by parking near a junction.

6 Disinformation (noun)
false information spread in order to deceive people. (दुष्प्रचार)
Synonyms: falsehood, propaganda, untruth, mendacity
Antonyms: veracity, reality, legitimacy, non-fiction
Example: They spread disinformation in order to discredit politicians.

7 Ail (verb)
to cause difficulty and problems for someone or something. (परेशान करना)
Synonyms: bother, afflict, bedevil, beset
Antonyms: aid, abet, facilitate, support
Example: The government seems to have no understanding of what ails the country.

8 Tempt (verb)
to make someone want to have or do something, especially something that is unnecessary or wrong. (लुभाना)
Synonyms: convince, entice, inveigle, coax
Antonyms: deter, dissuade, put off, dehort
Example: The offer of free food tempted her into cheating on her diet.

9 Impulse (noun)
a sudden strong and unreflective urge or desire to act. (आवेग)
Synonyms: urge, instinct, drive, caprice, whim
Antonyms: aversion, repulsion, disinclination, repugnance
Example: I couldn’t resist the impulse to laugh. ()

10 Laudable (adjective)
(of an action, idea, or aim) deserving praise and commendation. (प्रशंसनीय)
Synonyms: praiseworthy, commendable, exemplary, creditable
Antonyms: blameworthy, culpable, deplorable, despicable
Example: His noble ideas and polite behaviour are laudable.

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