1. BUOYED=बढ़ावा देना
Meaning: to sustain or encourage (often followed by up)
Synonyms: bolster, boost
Antonyms: depress, deplete
Example: Her courage was buoyed by the doctor’s assurances.
Meaning: to indicate (something, such as a future event) by signs
Synonyms: augur, forebode
Antonyms: ignorance, thoughtlessness
Example: Poor sales do not bode favorably for the success of the new store.
Meaning: to secure tightly
Synonyms: bind, band
Antonyms: unbind, untie
Example: Police said the couple had been trussed up and robbed before being shot.
Meaning: a much deserved reward or honor
Synonyms: atonement, compensation
Antonyms: disregard, penalty
Example: The handyman is owed a meed for his work on the home but is yet to be paid.
5. VOLITANT=तेजी से उड़ना
Meaning: flying or moving about rapidly
Synonyms: floating, soaring
Antonyms: slow, grounded
Example: Volitant birds have taken over the beach and quickly fly about the area looking for food.
6. RATIFIED= पुष्टि करना
Meaning: confirmed or made official
Synonyms: approve, confirm
Antonyms: deny, destroy
Example: For the rule change to be approved, it must be ratified by 8 out of 10 teams.
7. PLUNK=लापरवाही से नीचे रखना
Meaning: to put something down heavily and carelessly
Synonyms: drop, dump
Antonyms: glob, incline
Example: After a long day at work, the exhausted mechanic plunked himself down on the couch and began flipping through the channels.
Meaning: that which is left after an extremely violent event such as a massacre
Synonyms: crime, bloodshed
Antonyms: peace, non- violence
Example: We banned our child from playing his favorite video game because of the violence and carnage it contained.
Meaning: to constantly bother or distress
Synonyms: curse, epidemic
Antonyms: advantage, good fortune
Example: The scandal will surely plague the politician’s career for years to come.
Meaning: the state of being under the control of another person
Synonyms: servitude, slavery
Antonyms: mastery, dominance
Example: After experiencing oppression at the thrall of Great Britain, the colonists decided to take action against the giant country in order to make decisions for themselves.