1 Avalanche (noun)
(Figurative) the sudden arrival of too many things. (बौछार)
Synonyms: rush, flood, barrage, deluge, torrent, inundation
Antonyms: trickle, dribble
Example: We received an avalanche of inquiries.

2 Undermine (verb)
lessen the effectiveness, power, or ability of, especially gradually or insidiously. (दुर्बल करना)
Synonyms: weaken, undercut, emasculate, destabilize, impair
Antonyms: bolster, reinforce, boost, strengthen, enhance
Example: He constantly tried to undermine her self-confidence.

3 Myriad (Adjective)
countless or extremely great in number. (असंख्य)
Synonyms: countless, multitudinous, legion, innumerable
Antonyms: limited, countable, finite, little
Example: Their shop is very popular in market for a myriad of idols.

4 Incur (verb)
to experience something, usually something unpleasant, as a result of actions you have taken. (सहना)
Synonyms: experience, suffer, sustain, encounter, meet with
Antonyms: avoid, dodge, evade, elude
Example: They must incur debt if they are to keep abreast.

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5 Creditworthiness (noun)
the state of having enough money for banks to be willing to lend you money. (उधार पात्रता)
Synonyms: solvency, affluence, paying capacity, financial competence
Antonyms: insolvency, bankruptcy, Pauperism, indebtedness
Example: Unpaid medical debts mined their creditworthiness.

6 Irrationally (adverb)
in a way that does not use reason or clear thinking. (बिना विचारे)
Synonyms: illogically, absurdly, groundlessly, nonsensically
Antonyms: reasonably, judiciously, sensibly, wisely
Example: People often behave irrationally when they are under stress.

7 Heyday (noun)
the period of a person’s or thing’s greatest success, popularity, activity, or vigour. (उमंग का समय)
Synonyms: prime, zenith, acme, salad days, halcyon days
Antonyms: low point, nadir, the pits
Example: In its heyday, the company ran trains every fifteen minutes.

8 Forgo (verb)
to not do or have something pleasant or enjoyable. (छोड़ देना)
Synonyms: do without, waive, renounce, relinquish, drop
Antonyms: keep, hold on to, retain, continue
Example: This was a delight he could not forego.

9 Unilaterally (adverb)
a unilateral action or decision is done by only one of the groups involved in a situation. (एकतरफा)
Synonyms: one-sidely, individually, alone, singly
Antonyms: bilaterally, jointly, consensually, together
Example: Employers cannot unilaterally change your contract terms.

10 Exaggerate (verb)
represent (something) as being larger, better, or worse than it really is. (अतिरंजना करना)
Synonyms: overstate, overstress, amplify, magnify
Antonyms: play down, underrate, underplay, trivialise
Example: These figures have been greatly exaggerated.

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