1 Contemplate (verb)
Think deeply and at length. (चिंतन करना)
Synonyms: think about, ponder, muse, brood
Antonyms: neglect, ignore, disregard, overlook
Example: No wonder she is contemplating a future role in politics.

2 Figment (noun)
A thing that someone believes to be real but that exists only in their imagination. (कल्पित)
Synonyms: imagined thing, fantasy, fiction, fancy, invention
Antonyms: fact, reality, materiality, realness
Example: Are you telling me that these symptoms are just a figment of my imagination?

3 Salvage (verb)
Meaning- Retrieve or preserve (something) from potential loss or adverse circumstances. (क्षति से बचाना)
Synonyms: safeguard, preserve, conserve
Antonyms: endanger, injure, harm
Example: What can I do to salvage my reputation?

4 Catastrophe (noun)
An event that causes one person or a group of people personal suffering, or that makes difficulties. (तबाही)
Synonyms: disaster, calamity, cataclysm, crisis
Antonyms: success, blessing, fortune, prosperity
Example: The cyclone last year was a terrible catastrophe in which many people died.

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5 Exile (noun)
The state of being barred from one’s native country, typically for political or punitive reasons. (देशनिकाला)
Synonyms: expatriation, deportation, eviction, banishment
Antonyms: return, repatriation, welcoming
Example: He knew now that he would die in exile.

6 Insurmountable (adjective)
(of difficulties, problems, etc.) that cannot be dealt with successfully. (दुर्गम)
Synonyms: impossible, insuperable, impregnable, unconquerable
Antonyms: easy, attainable, surmountable, manageable
Example: No difficulty is insurmountable if one sets one’s mind on it.

7 Aboriginal (noun)
An aboriginal inhabitant of a place. (मुल)
Synonyms: original inhabitant, native, indigene, aborigine
Antonyms: non-native, immigrant, expatriate
Example: In recent decades, Taiwan’s aboriginals have endured neglect and discrimination.

8 Armistice (noun)
An agreement made by opposing sides in a war to stop fighting for a certain time. (युद्धविराम)
Synonyms: ceasefire, truce, pacification, peace
Antonyms: war, hostilities, fight, conflict
Example: The Italian government signed an armistice with the Allies.

9 Unfold (verb)
(of events or information) gradually develop or be revealed. (पता लगाना, होना)
Synonyms: develop, unroll, transpire, emerge
Antonyms: halt
Example: Dramatic events were about to unfold.

10 Fluidity (noun)
The quality of being likely to change. (अस्थिर)
Synonyms: Changeability, mutability, variability, volatility
Antonyms: fixedness, inflexibility, rigidness
Example: The fluidity of ideas leads to a disorientation of familiar assumptions.

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