Word: Deprivation (अभाव का कष्ट)
Meaning: the damaging lack of material benefits considered to be basic necessities in a society.
Synonyms: dispossession, destitution, poverty, impoverishment
Antonyms: indulgence, abundance, luxury, benefit
Usage in a Sentence: She eventually overcame the deprivations of her childhood.
Word: Plaudit (प्रशंसा)
Meaning: an expression of praise or approval
Synonyms: acclaim, praise, applause, cheer
Antonyms: disapproval, complaint, reproach, reprimand
Usage in a Sentence: The proud parents bragged that their daughter had received many plaudits for her academic achievements.
Word: Determinant (निर्धारक)
Meaning: a factor which decisively affects the nature or outcome of something.
Synonyms: determinative, determiner, deciding, decisive factor
Antonyms: indecisive, consequence, conclusion, outcome, aftermath
Usage in a sentence: One of the main determinants of bond prices is the gap between their fixed coupons and prevailing market rates.
Word: Pursue (अनुसरण)
Meaning: follow or chase (someone or something)
Synonyms: follow, chase, hunt, search
Antonyms: ignore, give up, avoid, abandon
Usage in a Sentence: The representative said that Japan would continue to pursue the policies laid down at the London summit.
Word: Reiterate (दोहराना)
Meaning: say something again or a number of times, typically for emphasis or clarity.
Synonyms: repeat, restate, renew
Antonyms: conceal, repudiate, contradict
Usage in a sentence: We would like to reiterate that confirmation copy will be coming by mail soon.
Word: Indisputable (निर्वि)
Meaning: unable to be challenged or denied
Synonyms: unquestionable, undeniable, incontestable
Antonyms: doubtful, disputable, dubious, uncertain
Usage in a Sentence: The need for life-extending therapies in cancer is indisputable.
Word: Acclaim (अनुमोदन, अभिनन्दन करना)
Meaning: praise enthusiastically and publicly.
Synonyms: praise, compliment, glorify, applaud
Antonyms: disapproval, contempt, disapproval
Usage in a Sentence: She has long been acclaimed by the critics for her realistic acting.
Word: Remit (नियन्त्रण या प्रभाव के बाहर, क्षमा करना)
Meaning: cancel or refrain from exacting or inflicting (a debt or punishment).
Synonyms: send, absolve, dispatch, abate, de-escalate, decline
Antonyms: keep, hold, accuse, accumulate, build, burgeon
Usage in a Sentence: The governor remitted the remainder of her life sentence.
Word: Controvert (कान्ट्रवर्ट)
Meaning: deny the truth of (something)
Synonyms: deny, dispute, contradict, refute, oppose
Antonyms: agree, accept, affirm, allow
Usage in a Sentence: The attorney offered evidence that controverted the plaintiff’s allegations.
Word: Dwelling (आवास)
Meaning: a house, flat, or another place of residence.
Synonyms: home, house, resident, accommodation
Usage in a Sentence: The city promised to replace the lots with new low-income dwellings.