Meaning: too great or extreme to be expressed or described in words.
Synonyms: inexpressible, indescribable, marvelous, wonderful
Antonyms: definable, describable, utterable
Example: I breathed an air of ineffable sweetness.
isolated (Adjective) : पृथक
Meaning: far away from other places, buildings, or people; remote.
Synonym: obscure, inaccessible
Example: The camp is located in an isolated area.
Meaning: having a negative reputation
Synonyms: hateful, vile
Antonyms: gentle, good
Example: The singer is infamous for his loud costumes.
PROCLIVITY (Noun): प्रवृत्ति
Meaning: a tendency to choose or do something regularly; an inclination or predisposition towards a particular thing.
Synonyms: liking, inclination, tendency, leaning
Antonyms: disinclination, dislike, antipathy, hate
Example: His proclivity for cooking made him a big hit in the homeowner’s association.
HEAVE (Verb): उतार-चढ़ाव
Meaning: lift or haul (something heavy) with great effort.
Synonyms: haul, pull, lug, drag
Example: After he tried to heave the heavy weight above his head for the third time, the weak lifter decided to give up.
LEEWAY (Noun): छूट/गुंजाइश
Meaning: the amount of freedom to move or act that is available.
Synonyms: freedom, scope
Example: My boss grants me leeway to make my own decisions.
Meaning: never done or known before.
Synonyms: unparalleled, unequalled
Antonyms: normal, common
Example: Before the storm, there was an unprecedented demand for food supplies that left many stores empty.
Meaning: to express different opinions about something often angrily
Synonyms: altercate, argue, bicker, brabble
Antonyms: concur, consent
Example: The case dragged on for months, because the lawyers had to wrangle over every minor detail.
Meaning: an episode of irregular or unpremeditated fighting, especially between small or outlying parts of armies or fleets.
Synonyms: fight, battle, clash, conflict, encounter
Antonyms: accord, concord
Example: Several players got into a skirmish following the first play of the game.
Meaning: having or showing too great a readiness to believe things.
Synonym: gullible, naive, impressionable, trusting,
Antonym: worldly, suspicious
Example: When she was younger, my baby sister was incredibly credulous and fell for all my tricks.