Meaning: Harmful, poisonous, or very unpleasant
Synonyms: destructive, harmful
Antonyms: helpful, kind
Example: This is a noxious chemical.

LOCUS (noun) ठिकाना
Meaning: a particular position or place where something occurs or is situated
Synonyms: arrangement, location, condition, circumstances
Antonyms: boon, disarrangement
Usage: The locus of these intersections is the quadratrix.

CLICHE(Noun) ठप्पा
Meaning: a trite or obvious remark
Synonyms: trite, platitude
Antonyms: animating
Usage: My wedding day – and I know it’s a cliche – was just the happiest day of my life.

UNHINGE(Verb): घबराना
Meaning: Disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed
Synonym: distract, disturb
Antonym: pacify, mollify
Usage: He was snide too, bringing up how much of a hound Mitch was and how that might unhinge any woman’s mind.

Meaning: introducing new ideas or methods; innovative or pioneering.
Synonym: innovative, radical
Antonym: conservative
Usage: He could drum up the support of the municipal council for the trailblazing idea.

RENEGOTIATING(Verb)फिर से बातचीत की
Meaning: negotiate (something) again in order to change the originally agreed terms.
Synonym: Talk terms, negotiate
Antonym: fail, buy
Usage: renegotiate existing contracts with the government, or leave the country

SUFFICE (Verb): पर्याप्त
Meaning: be enough or adequate.
Synonyms: serve
Antonyms: check, deny, disappoint,
Example: Since I only have thirty dollars, this amount must suffice for my weekly food purchases.

DENUDE (Verb):निरावृत करना
Meaning: strip (something) of its covering, possessions, or assets.
Synonyms: divest, deprive, bare, uncover
Antonyms: cover
Usage: He proceeded to denude the statue, fronting the church bishop’s podium.

VENERATE (Verb)आदर करना
Meaning: regard with great respect; revere.
Synonyms: revere, adulate, hallow, exalt
Antonyms: despise
Usage: Many people attend church services to venerate God.

INEXORABLE (Adjective) निष्ठुर
Meaning: impossible to stop or prevent.
Synonyms: relentless, unstoppable, unavoidable, inescapable
Antonyms: kind, merciful, sympathetic
Usage: The inexorable truth is that Shelley is going to die within six months because she has cancer.