1 Anecdotal (adj.)
(of an account) not necessarily true or reliable, because based on personal accounts rather than facts or research. (उपाख्यानात्मक)
Synonyms: Unreliable, Informal, Untrustworthy
Antonyms- Reliable, Trustworthy
Example- Some effect measurements are based on anecdotal evidence.

2 Inevitable (adj.)
That you cannot avoid or prevent. (अटल)
Synonyms- Unavoidable, Certain, Sure, Unpreventable, Bound To Happen
Antonyms- Evitable, Uncertain, Avoidable, Unsure
Example- The ketchup has to be there on every table.

3 Concomitant (adj.)
Naturally accompanying or associated. (सहगामी)
Synonyms- Attendant, Collateral, Accompanying, Associated, Connected
Antonyms- Unrelated, Unassociated, Independent, Unconnected
Example- She loved travel, with all its concomitant worries.

4 Lethality (noun)
The capacity to cause death or serious harm or damage. (घातकता)
Synonyms: Fatality, Mortality, Virulence
Example- The dosage suppressors could rescue ram lethality by several possible mechanisms.

5 Pessimism (noun)
A tendency to see the worst aspect of things or believe that the worst will happen. (निराशावाद)
Synonyms- Gloominess, Negativity, Negative thinking
Example- Despite my pessimism I still believe that the situation can be resolved.

6 Subtle (verb)
Capable of making fine distinctions. (तीक्ष्ण)
Synonyms: Keen, Fine, Quick, Acute
Antonyms- Poor, Rough
Example- There is another, parsimonious explanation that escapes many would be subtle minds.

7 Paradox (noun)
A seemingly absurd or contradictory statement or proposition which when investigated may prove to be well founded or true. (विरोधाभास)
Synonyms: Contradiction, Incongruity, Anomaly
Antonyms- Consistency, Agreement
Example- It is a curious paradox that professional comedians often have unhappy personal lives.

8 Draconian (adj.)
Extremely Cruel and Severe. (कठोर)
Synonyms: Harsh, Cruel, Drastic, Stringent, Oppressive
Antonyms- Mild, Easy, Calm, Flexible
Example- There have been calls for draconian measures against drug-related crime.

9 Toll (noun)
The number of deaths or casualties arising from a natural disaster, conflict, accident, etc. (संख्या)
Synonyms: Number, Count, Score
Example- The toll of dead and injured mounted.

10 Resurgence (noun)
The return and growth of an activity that had stopped. (पुनरुत्थान)
Synonyms: Renewal, Revival, Revitalization, Recovery, Upturn
Antonyms- Extinction, Failure, Disappearance
Example- He said entertainment posters are enjoying a resurgence in popularity.

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