1 Fevered (adjective)
unnaturally excited or active. (उत्तेजित)
Synonyms: agitated, restless, frenzied, fanatical
Antonyms: calm, composed, serene, unruffled
Example: She sounded very fevered on the phone.

2 Spontaneous (adjective)
happening or done in a natural, often sudden way, without any planning or without being forced. (स्वाभाविक)
Synonyms: impulsive, instinctive, extemporaneous, spur-of-the-moment
Antonyms: deliberate, premeditated, calculated, planned
Example: The audience burst into spontaneous applause when captain lifted Mjolnir.

3 Briefly (adverb)
for a short time. (संक्षिप्त)
Synonyms: temporarily, fleetingly, momentarily, for a moment
Antonyms: lastingly, forever, eternally, enduringly
Example: We stopped off briefly in London on our way to Geneva.

4 Avowal (noun)
a statement in which you say or admit something that you believe, support, or intend to do. (घोषणा-पत्र)
Synonyms: affirmation, admission, confirmation, avouchment
Antonyms: denial, repudiation, renunciation, rebuttal
Example: They were imprisoned for their avowal of anti-government beliefs.

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5 Amicably (adverb)
in a friendly and peaceable manner. (सौहार्द से)
Synonyms: harmoniously, affably, cordially, genially
Antonyms: disagreeably, unwillingly, unpleasantly
Example: They worked together amicably for several years.

6 Hard-line (adjective)
uncompromising; strict. (कठोर)
Synonyms: inflexible, diehard, intransigent, I unyielding
Antonyms: submissive, easy-going, moderate, dispassionate
Example: Mrs Thatcher was a tough and hard-line politician.

7 Obscure (verb)
to prevent something from being seen or heard. (शिपा लेना)
Synonyms: veil, cloak, shroud, obnubilate
Antonyms: disclose, reveal, divulge, give away
Example: The moon was obscured by clouds.

8 Intrinsically (adverb)
in a way that is an extremely important and basic characteristic of a person or thing. (सहज रूप में)
Synonyms: naturally, inherently, innately, fundamentally
Antonyms: artificially, superficially, outwardly
Example: Chameleons are intrinsically good at camouflaging.

9 Remorse (noun)
a feeling of sadness and being sorry for something you have done. (पश्चाताप)
Synonyms: regret, repentance, penitence, compunction
Antonyms: indifference, unconcern, apathy
Example: He felt remorse for the murders he had committed.

10 Scourge (noun)
a person or thing that causes great trouble or suffering. (आफत, विपत्ति)
Synonyms: bane, plague, misfortune, blight, thorn in your flesh
Antonyms: blessing, godsend, boon, piece of good fortune
Example: Gun violence is the scourge of my daughter’s generation.

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