1 Backlash (noun)
A strong negative reaction by a 1arzegmber of people, especially to a social or political development. (प्रतिक्रिया)
Synonyms: adverse reaction, counteraction, recoil, repercussion
Antonyms: cause, reason, basis
Example: The government is facing an angry backlash from voters over the new tax.

2 Persecution (verb)
unfair or cruel treatment over a long period of time because of race, religion, or political beliefs. (उत्पीड़न)
Synonyms: oppression, maltreatment, victimization, discrimination
Antonyms: care, succour, protection
Example: These people are seeking refuge from persecution.

3 Stipulate (verb)
to state clearly and firmly that something must be done, or how it must be done. (शर्त लगाना)
Synonyms: specify, prescribe, require, lay down
Antonyms: retract, withdraw
Example: We stipulate that our employees must be polite to customer.

4 Deem (verb)
regard or consider in a specified way. (समझना)
Synonyms: consider, adjudge, suppose, reckon
Antonyms: ignore, disregard, neglect, overlook
Example: We deem very highly of his administrative talent.

5 Hypothetical (adjective)
imagined or suggested but not necessarily real or true. (काल्पनिक)
Synonyms: imaginary, conjectural, putative, suppositious
Antonyms: actual, material, factual, tangible
Example: Brennan brought up a hypothetical case to make his point.

6 Bearing (adjective)
the way in which something is related to something or influences it. (संबंध)
Synonyms: relevance, appositeness, materiality, pertinence.
Antonyms: inappositeness, inappropriateness, inaptness, infelicity
Example: Regular exercise has a direct bearing on fitness and health.

7 Sentinel (noun)
a soldier whose job is to guard something. (पहरेदार)
Synonyms: security guard, sentry, lookout, watch
Antonyms: thief, dacoit, pilferer
Example: A sentinel stood on top of the wall, an easy target.

8 Enact (verb)
Make (a bill or other proposal) law. (नियम बनाना)
Synonyms: make law, constitute, ratify, validate
Antonyms: cancel, abolish, abrogate, annul
Example: The Central Government enacted four GST bills.

9 Blatantly (adverb)
in an obvious and open way without caring if people are shocked. (खुले आम)
Synonyms: openly, flagrantly, overtly, shamelessly
Antonyms: secretly, furtively, subtly, covertly
Example: Traffic guidelines are being blatantly ignored.

10 Enshrine (verb)
Preserve (a right, tradition, or idea) in a form that ensures it will be protected and respected. (प्रतिष्ठापित करना)
Synonyms: preserve, treasure, cherish, consecrate
Antonyms: disrespect, condemn, defile, desecrate
Example: Right to Education (RTE) is Enshrined in Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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