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1. DISCERNIBLE (adjective) प्रत्यक्ष
Meaning: able to be perceived by a sense or by the mind.
Synonyms: detectable, distinguishable, palpable, perceptible.
Antonyms: impalpable, imperceptible, inappreciable, intangible.
Usage: Even though Jane used makeup to cover the bruises on her face, the marks were discernible to me.
2. CANON (noun) सिद्धांत
Meaning: a general law or criterion by which something is judged.
Synonyms: principle, rule, tenet, standard.
Usage: All they have is administrative fiat which fails any of the canons of the rule of law.
3. COVERT (adjective) प्रच्छन्न
Meaning: not openly acknowledged or displayed.
Synonyms: furtive, clandestine, surreptitious, stealthy.
Antonyms: evident, manifest, obvious, public.
Usage: It’s all about covert operations and leaving as little evidence and traces as possible.
4. MANOEUVRE (noun) युक्ति
Meaning: a carefully planned or cunning scheme or action.
Synonyms: stratagem, tactic, gambit, ploy.
Antonyms: innocence, candor, simplicity, incapacity.
Usage: A reasonable bridge building effort between activists and experts on both sides to try to address the issues through tactical maneuvers might be useful.
5. EERILY (adverb) भयपूर्वक
Meaning: in a strange and frightening manner.
Synonyms: hauntingly, creepily, scarily, spookily.
Antonyms: dulcetly, pleasingly, pleasantly, agreeably.
Usage: In front of him stood a masked man clutching a knife in one hand, grinning eerily at him.
6. STERN (adjective) कठोर
Meaning: (of a person or their manner) serious and unrelenting, especially in the assertion of authority and exercise of discipline.
Synonyms: grave, sober, austere, frowning.
Antonyms: benign, gentle, mild, tender.
Usage: All are stern judges and they expect others to be as serious about everything as they are.
7. WOO (verb) प्रीति करना
Meaning: seek the favor, support, or custom of.
Synonyms: chase, pursue, ingratiate,
Antonyms: deter, affront, repulse, reject.
Usage: Political parties have roped in Bollywood stars only to woo the young.
8. NEXUS (noun) कड़ी
Meaning: a connection or series of connections linking two or more things.
Synonyms: junction, intersection, link, linkage.
Antonyms: detachment, division, partition, split.
Usage: Along with examining the major political issues of the day, his new column will focus on the increasingly controversial nexus between business and politics.
9. CONFLATE (verb) मिलाना
Meaning: combine (two or more sets of information, texts, ideas, etc.) into one.
Synonyms: amalgamate, converge, unify, fuse.
Antonyms: divide, part, separate, rupture.
Usage: To conflate art and science, teachers must design activities that blend the two.
10. PETULANT (adjective) तुनुकमिज़ाज
Meaning: easily irritated or annoyed.
Synonyms: choleric, grouchy, grumpy, peevish.
Antonyms: affable, cordial, genial, gregarious.
Usage: When the movie started, the petulant infant would not stop crying because of the loud noise.
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