1 Full-blooded (adjective)
Involving very strong feelings or actions; done in an enthusiastic way. (साहसी और जोशीला)
Synonyms: intense, hearty, vigorous, strenuous
Antonyms: dull, sluggish, lethargic, infirm
Example: She gave a full-blooded performance.

2 Falter (verb)
To walk or behave in a way that shows that you are not confident. (लड़खड़ाना)
Synonyms: hesitate, stagger, totter, stumble
Example: She walked up to the platform without faltering.

3 Unfettered (adjective)
Not confined or restricted. (निरंकुश)
Synonyms: freed, unencumbered, unconstrained, autonomous
Antonyms: constrained, fettered, restricted, controlled
Example: I wanted to drift like an unfettered balloon into the future.

4 Depredation (noun)
An act that cause damage to people’s property, lives, etc. (विध्वंस)
Synonyms: destruction, ravaging, havoc, devastation
Antonyms: preservation, restoration, renovation
Example: The gangs are reported to have used racial taunts during their depredations.

5 Extrapolate (verb)
Estimate or conclude (something) by extrapolating. (निष्कर्ष निकालना)
Synonyms: infer, induce, conclude, generalize, deduce, draw conclusion
Antonyms: misunderstand, misconceive, mistake
Example: It is possible to extrapolate future developments from current trends.

6 Deferral (noun)
The action of delaying something until a later time. (स्थगन)
Synonyms: postponement, deferment, prorogation, moratorium
Antonyms: continuation, perpetuation, carrying on
Example: The request for a deferral of the inquiry was refused.

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

8 Whim (noun)
A sudden wish or idea, especially one that cannot be reasonably explained. (सनक)
Synonyms: impulse, caprice, megrim, crotchet
Antonyms: certainty, stability, normality
Example: We booked the holiday on a whim.

9 Unprecedented (adjective)
never done or known before. (अभूतपूर्व)
Synonyms: unparalleled, unequalled, unrivalled, extraordinary
Antonyms: ordinary, everyday, expected, usual
Example: The air crash caused an unprecedented number of deaths.

10 Perpetual (adjective)
continuing for a long period of time without interruption. (शाश्वत)
Synonyms: everlasting, eternal, enduring, ceaseless
Antonyms: ceasing, ending, halting, temporary
Example: The country is in a perpetual state of anarchy.

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