1 Surface (verb)
to suddenly appear or become obvious after having been hidden for a while. (प्रकट होना)
Synonyms: emerge, arise, materialize, spring up
Antonyms: disappear, hide, drop, fade
Example: Doubts began to surface.

2 Provenance (noun)
the place of origin or earliest known history of something. (उत्पत्तिस्थान)
Synonyms: source, roots, origin, birthplace, radix
Example: All the furniture is of Chinese provenance.

3 Prudence (noun)
a sensible and careful attitude when you make judgements and decisions; behavior that avoids unnecessary risks. (विवेक)
Synonyms: wisdom, sagacity. judiciousness, heedfulness
Antonyms: carelessness, ignorance, rashness, imprudence
Example: A lack of prudence may lead to financial problems.

4 Lax (adjective)
not strict, severe or careful enough about work. (बेपरवाह)
Synonyms: slack, careless, heedless, slapdash
Antonyms: severe, stern, careful, rigid
Example: Lax security allowed the thieves to enter.

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5 Monumental (adjective)
very big or very great. (विशाल)
Synonyms: massive, immense, huge, enormous
Antonyms: tiny, minute, little, petite
Example: There was a monumental traffic jam on the freeway.

6 Hawkish (adjective)
Advocating an aggressive or warlike policy, especially in foreign affairs. (युद्धकारी)
Synonyms: belligerent, warmongering, pugnacious, combative
Antonyms: harmonizing, peaceful, friendly, dovish
Example: The president is hawkish on foreign policy.

7 Malfeasance (noun)
the doing of a wrongful or illegal act, esp. by a public official. (अपराध)
Synonyms: impropriety, misconduct, , wrongdoing, transgression
Antonyms: manners, obedience, honesty, truthfulness
Example: There was clear evidence of malfeasance.

8 Entrust (verb)
Assign the responsibility for doing something to (someone). (सौंपना)
Synonyms: assign, confer on, bestow on, vest in
Antonyms: keep, hold, withhold, retain
Example: I’ve been entrusted with the task of keeping the home clean.

9 Hapless (adjective)
not lucky. (बदकिस्मत)
Synonyms: unfortunate, ill-starred, ill-fated, jinxed
Antonyms: lucky, fortunate, fortuitous, blessed
Example: The hapless investors lost a great deal of money due to the decline in bitcoin’s value.

10 Scramble (verb)
to push, fight or compete with others in order to get or to reach something. (संघर्ष करना)
Synonyms: compete, jostle, scuffle, tussle
Antonyms: give up, surrender, yield
Example: The audience scrambled for the exits.

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