1 Deprivation (noun)
Meaning-
the lack or denial of something considered to be a necessity. (वंचन)
Synonyms: dispossession, withdrawal, denial, divestment
Antonyms: possession, offering, provision, endowment
Example: Sleep deprivation can result in mental disorders.

2 Anonymous (adjective)
Meaning-
(of a person) not identified by name; of unknown name. (गुमनाम)
Synonyms: unknown, unidentified, nameless, undisclosed
Antonyms: known, named, identified, famous
Example: An anonymous businesswoman donated one million dollars to the charity.

3 Inert (adjective)
Meaning-
Lacking the ability or strength to move. (निष्क्रिय)
Synonyms: inactive, indolent, languid, dormant
Antonyms: active, animated, lively, runcuonat
Example: she lay inert in her bed.

4 Sceptic (noun)
Meaning-
a person who doubts the truth or value of an idea or belief. (शंका करने वाला)
Synonyms: doubter, cynic, questioner, disbeliever
Antonyms: chump, sucker, dupe, Pigeon
Example: I have no doubt that there are many sceptics who will describe this vision as a pipe-dream.

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5 Conform (verb)
Meaning-
(of a person) behave according to socially acceptable conventions or standards. (अनुसार होना)
Synonyms: obey, observe, comply, acquiesce,
Antonyms: refuse, oppose, object, disregard
Example: I could never conform to what other people wanted me to be for the sake of fitting in.

6 Abstract (verb)
Meaning-
to remove something from somewhere. (हटाना)
Synonyms: remove, extract, expunge, isolate
Antonyms: add, include, incorporate, involve
Example: Their plan is to abstract 8 million gallons of water from the river.

7 Unjust (adjective)
Meaning-
Not based on or behaving according to what is morally right and fair. (अन्यायपूर्ण)
Synonyms: wrongful, unfair, unreasonable, unwarranted
Antonyms: ethical, moral, fair, reasonable, just
Example: Even liberals have argued for decades that it can be morally acceptable to break an unjust law.

8 Propel (verb)
Meaning-
to force somebody to move in a particular direction or to get into a particular situation. (प्रेरित करना)
Synonyms: motivate, drive, spur, prompt
Antonyms: check, curb, hinder, constrain
Example: Purpose is that power that will propel you to get out of bed each morning to push you to make your dream come true.

9 Subvert (verb)
Meaning-
to challenge somebody’s ideas or expectations and make them consider the opposite. (पलट देना)
Synonyms: undermine, challenge, destabilize, undercut
Antonyms: support, reinforce, uphold, buttress
Example: The film subverts notions of male and female identity.

10 Monopolize (verb)
Meaning-
to have or take control of the largest part of something so that other people are prevented from sharing it. (एकाधिकार)
Synonyms: centralise, dominate, hog, take over, corner the market
Antonyms: distribute, scatter, share
Example: Men traditionally monopolized jobs in the printing industry.

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