1 Assimilate (verb)
absorb and integrate (people, ideas, or culture) into a wider society or culture. (आत्मसात्‌ करना)
Synonyms: subsume, acculturate, incorporate, embrace
Antonyms: reject, exclude, disallow, eliminate
Example: He tried to assimilate himself into the new community.

2 Imperil (verb)
To put something/somebody in danger. (खतरे में डालना)
Synonyms: endanger, expose, jeopardize, put at risk
Antonyms: save, protect, guard, shield
Example: Putting off the surgery would imperil the boy’s life.

3 Marginalised (adjective)
(of a person, group, or concept) treated as insignificant or peripheral. (उपेक्षित)
Synonyms: ignored, disregarded, unnoticed, overlooked, unheeded
Antonyms: noted, cherished, privileged, esteemed
Example: The area became marginalised, cut off from the hub of business activity across the river.

4 Evict (verb)
To force somebody to leave a house or land. (निकाल देना)
Synonyms: expel, eject, oust, dislodge
Antonyms: take in, welcome, admit
Example: A single mother and her children have been evicted from their home.

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5 Uneasy (adjective)
Feeling worried or unhappy about a particular situation, especially because you think that something bad or unpleasant may happen. (व्याकुल)
Synonyms: anxious, restless, agitated, edgy, perturbed
Antonyms: calm, comfortable, relaxed, at ease
Example: His presence made her feel uneasy.

6 Condescension (noun)
Behavior that shows that you think you are more important and more intelligent than other people. (घमंड)
Synonyms: arrogance, superciliousness, snootiness, loftiness, airs
Antonyms: humility, self-effacement, modesty, friendliness
Example: Her smile was a mixture of pity and condescension.

7 Throes (noun)
Intense or violent pain and struggle, especially accompanying birth, death, or great change. (तीव्र वेदना)
Synonyms: agony, paroxysm, torment, anguish
Antonyms: comfort, joy, happiness, paradise
Example: The country was in the throes of revolutionary change.

8 Confounded (adjective)
Used when describing something to show that you are annoyed. (नाराज़)
Synonyms: annoyed, blasted, darned, flaming, pestilential
Antonyms: calm, composed, serene, relaxed
Example: You are a confounded nuisance. Stop pestering me.

9 Precipitate (verb)
Cause (an event or situation, typically one that is undesirable) to happen suddenly. (जल्दी ला देना)
Synonyms: trigger, induce, bring about. expedite
Antonyms: halt, hinder, check, block
Example: The incident precipitated a political crisis.

10 Unceasing (adjective)
Continuing all the time. (लगातार)
Synonyms: continuous, incessant, perpetual, unremitting, relentless
Antonyms: temporary, sporadic, intermittent, terminable
Example: She makes an unceasing effort to help others.

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