1 Ardent (adj.)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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.)
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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