1 Ubiquitous (adjective)
Present, appearing, or found everywhere. (सर्वव्यापक)
Synonyms: Omnipresent, Universal, Pervasive
Antonyms- Absent, Lacking, Missing, Nonexistent
Example- His ubiquitous influence was felt by all the family.

2 Exacerbate (verb)
Make (a problem, bad situation, or negative feeling) worse. (ख़राब करना)
Synonyms: Aggravate, Intensify, Make worse
Antonyms- Improve, Better, Alleviate
Example- His aggressive reaction only exacerbated the situation.

3 Upheaval (noun)
A violent or sudden change or disruption to something. (उथल-पुथल)
Synonyms: Disruption, Disturbance, Turbulence, Trouble
Antonyms- Peace, Harmony, Stability, Calm
Example- I can’t face the upheaval of moving house again.

4 Deleterious (adjective)
Harmful and damaging. (हानिकारक)
Synonyms: Damaging, Detrimental, Injurious
Antonyms- Beneficial, Helpful, Harmless
Example- Divorce is assumed to have deleterious effects on children.

5 Duress (noun)
Threats or force that are used to make somebody do something. (बाध्यता)
Synonyms: Coercion, Compulsion, Pressurization
Antonyms- Persuasion, Consent, Approval
Example- He signed the confession under duress.

6 Robust (adjective)
Strong and healthy. (मजबूत)
Synonyms: Sturdy, Vigorous, Powerful, Tough, Hardy, Well built
Antonyms- Weak, Frail, Infirm, Delicate
Example- She is a pleasantly robust woman of modest means, patriotic in convictions, guileless in manner.

7 Impeccable (adjective)
In accordance with the highest standards.(त्रुटिहीन)
Synonyms: Faultless, Unblemished, Untarnished, Immaculate
Antonyms- Flawed, Defective, Faulty
Example- Her written English is impeccable.

8 Prudent (adjective)
Acting with or showing care and thought for the future. (विवेकी)
Synonyms: Wise, Well-judged, Sensible
Antonyms- Imprudent, Unwise, Careless
Example- It might be more prudent to get a second opinion before going ahead.

9 Precarious (adjective)
Not safe or certain, Dangerous. (खतरनाक संदिग्ध)
Synonyms: Uncertain, Insecure, Risky, Unsafe
Antonyms- Safe, Secure, Certain, Stable
Example- He made a precarious living as a painter.

10 Lure (verb)
To persuade or trick somebody to go somewhere or to do something by promising them a reward. (प्रलोभन)
Synonyms: Tempt, Entice, Inveigle
Example- The child was lured into a car but managed to escape.

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