1 Decipher (verb)
succeed in understanding, or identifying (something). (समझना)
Synonyms: understand, fathom, perceive, apprehend
Antonyms: misconstrue, misinterpret, misconceive, confound
Example: Sometimes, the more you try to decipher the more confusing it becomes.

2 Acquainted (adjective)
having personal knowledge of something: having seen or experienced something (परिचित)
Synonyms: familiar, accustomed, abreast, versed, up-to-date
Antonyms: ignorant, unaware, uninformed, unknowledgeable
Example: I’m acquainted with the art of cooking.

3 Yearning (noun)
a strong feeling of wishing for something, especially something that you cannot have or get easily. (चाह)
Synonyms: desire, longing, ache, yen, cacoethes
Antonyms: unconcern, apathy, indifference, disinterest
Example: I suppose it’s because I live in a city that I have this yearning for open spaces.

4 Bleak (adjective)
(of a situation) not hopeful or encouraging; unlikely to have a favorable outcome. (निराशाजनक)
Synonyms: unwelcoming, uninviting, depressing, dismal
Antonyms: promising, propitious, optimistic, rosy
Example: After losing the final, he thought that his future was bleak.

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5 Progeny (noun)
the young or offspring of a person, animal, or plant. (सन्तति)
Synonyms: offspring, spawn, progeniture, posterity, descendant
Antonyms: ancestor, predecessor, forefather, progenitor
Example: We are dooming our progeny by ruining the environment.

6 Novelty (noun)
the quality of being new, original, or unusual. (नवीनता)
Synonyms: originality, freshness, innovation, uniqueness
Antonyms: commonness, banality, usualness, platitude
Example: The novelty of being a married woman wore off.

7 Eloquently (adverb)
in a way that gives a strong, clear message. (वाकपटुता से)
Synonyms: expressively, articulately, fluently, persuasively
Antonyms: unclearly, hesitantly, inarticulately, indistinctly
Example: She spoke eloquently on the subject for about an hour.

8 Apprehensive (adjective)
feeling worried about something that you are going to do or that is going to happen. (भययुक्त)
Synonyms: anxious, restless, panicky, crepidatious
Antonyms: confident, calm, composed, relaxed
Example: The long delay had made me quite apprehensive.

9 Leisure (noun)
time when one is not working or occupied; free time. (फुर्सत)
Synonyms: rest, respite, repose, time off, spare time
Antonyms: work, employment, toil, exertion
Example: Most people only have a limited amount of leisure time.

10 Rattle (verb)
make (someone) nervous, worried, or irritated. (अशांत करना)
Synonyms: disconcert, unnerve, fluster, perturb, discountenance
Antonyms: soothe, reassure, comfort, appease
Example: He was acting strangely, rattled by her presence.

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