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1. HARK (verb) सुनना
Meaning: to pay attention especially through the act of hearing
Synonym: attend, harken, hear, hearken, heed, listen, mind
Antonym: ignore, tune out
Usage: Upon hearing the offending ringing, the teacher sarcastically cried, “Hark! Could that possibly be a cell phone?”
2. UNFLINCHING (Adjective) बेहिचक
Meaning: showing no signs of slackening or yielding in one’s purpose
Synonym: determined, dogged, grim, implacable, relentless, unappeasable
Antonym: slackening, softening, yielding
Usage: He was unflinching in his determination to see that justice was done.
3. NIMBLY (Adjective) तीव्रता से अदल
Meaning: having or showing quickness of mind
Synonym: alert, brainy, bright, brilliant, clever
Antonym: dim-witted, doltish, dopey (also dopy), dorky [slang], dull,
Usage: Her nimble fingers make knitting look so easy
4. ENFEEBLEMENT (Noun) दुर्बलीकरण
Meaning: a gradual sinking and wasting away of mind or body
Synonym: decaying, declension, decline, degeneration, descent, deterioration
Antonym: comeback, improvement, rally, recovery, recuperation, rehabilitation
Usage: Daily exercise can help to halt some of the enfeeblement that comes with advanced years.
5. INVIGORATE(Verb) सबल बनाना
Meaning: to give life, vigor, or spirit to
Synonym: amp (up), animate, brace, energize, enliven, fillip, fire
Antonym: damp, dampen, deaden, dull, kill
Usage: The fresh air and sunshine invigorated the children after a long winter indoors.
6. DYNAMISM (noun) गतिशीलता
Meaning: the fact of two or more events or circumstances happening or existing at the same time.
Synonym: beans, bounce, brio, dash, drive, energy, Esprit
Antonym: lethargy, listlessness, sluggishness, torpidity
Usage: Voters were attracted to the young challenger’s dynamism, charisma, and progressive ideas.
7. PLURALISM (noun) बहुलवाद
Meaning: the quality or state of being plural
Synonym: more than one, double, multiple.
Antonym: single, only one, one at a time.
Usage: He spoke of the benefits of cultural pluralism.
8. LAUDABLE (Adjective) प्रशंसनीय
Meaning: deserving of high regard or great approval
Synonym: admirable, applaudable, commendable, credible, estimable
Antonym: censurable, discreditable, illaudable, reprehensible
Usage: You showed laudable restraint in dealing with that ridiculously demanding customer
9. FERVOUR (Noun) जोश
Meaning: great warmth and earnestness of feeling
Synonym: ardor, passion, zeal.
Antonym: impassiveness, impassivity, insensibility, insensibleness
Usage: Surprised by the fervor that her parents’ old love letters contained when she discovered them in the attic.
10. EVANGELIZE (noun) इंजील
Meaning: to try to convert (a group or area) to a different religion (especially Christianity).
Synonym: lecture, platitudinize, preach, preachify, sermonize
Antonym: deconvert, dissuade, endure, hold, idle, keep
Usage: The missionaries set out to evangelize the world.
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