1 Ardent (adj.)
Meaning- Very enthusiastic or passionate. (उत्साही)
Synonyms: Passionate, Fervent, Eager; Fierce
Antonyms- Unenthusiastic, Apathetic, Indifferent
Example- Your ardent and enthusiastic manner finds favour and could propel you to success.
2 Dispel (verb)
Meaning- Make (a doubt, feeling, or belief) disappear. (दूर करना)
Synonyms- Eliminate, Get rid of, Dismiss, Disperse
Antonyms- Gather, Collect, Assemble
Example- Actually listening to the record does little to dispel these feelings of disappointment.
3 Detest (verb)
Meaning- Dislike intensely. (अति घृणा करना)
Synonyms- Loathe, Despise, Scorn
Antonyms- Admire, Cherish, Like
Example- There is a difference between hating something and detesting it.
4 Abhor (verb)
Meaning- Regard with disgust and hatred. (घृणित या निंदा समझना)
Synonyms- Loathe, Abominate, Despise, Execrate
Antonyms- Admire, Adore, Cherish
Example- He abhors footballers becoming TV presenters.
5 Spate (noun)
Meaning- A large number of similar things coming in quick succession. (अतिवृष्टि)
Synonyms: Series, Succession, Flurry, Run, String
Example- The bombing was the latest in a spate of terrorist attacks.
6 Devise (verb)
Meaning- To invent something new or a new way of doing something. (ईजाद करना)
Synonyms: Think up, Concoct, Invent, Come up with, Formulate
Antonyms- Imitate, Copy, Replicate, Duplicate
Example- A new system has been devised to control traffic in the city.
7 Diktat (noun)
Meaning- An order or decree imposed by someone in power without popular consent. (अलोकप्रिय और कड़ा आदेश)
Synonyms: Law, Regulation, Decree, Edict
Example- Workers were not prepared to accept such diktats and spontaneously walked out.
8 Impart (verb)
Meaning- To pass information, knowledge, etc. to other people. (प्रदान करना)
Synonyms: Convey, Transmit, Pass on, Give
Antonyms- Keep, Withhold
Example- The teachers imparted a great deal of knowledge to their pupils.
9 Travails (noun)
Meaning- Painful or laborious effort. (घोर श्रम)
Synonyms: Hard work, Menial work, Labour, Chores
Antonyms- Comforts, Pastimes
Example- Today I’m just enormously grateful that such things exist and can be called upon in times of travail.
10 Disconcerting (adj.)
Meaning- Causing one to feel unsettled. (परेशान कर देने वाला)
Synonyms: Unsettling, Unnerving, Troubling, Worrying
Antonyms- Pleasing, Soothing
Example- He has a disconcerting habit of talking very seriously and then suddenly withdrawing.
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