1. VIABILITY (noun) व्यवहार्यता
Meaning: ability to work successfully.
Synonyms: practicability, achievability, feasibility, profitability.
Antonyms: impracticality, inanimate, unfeasibility, inapplicability.
Usage: Behind every transnational corporation there is a national base that depends on its local state to sustain its viability.
2. STATUTORY (adjective) वैधानिक
Meaning: decided, controlled, or required by law.
Synonyms: legitimate, permissible, admissible, allowable.
Antonyms: unconstitutional, illegal, irrelevant, unofficial.
Usage: She’s below the statutory age for school attendance.
3. DOWNBEAT (adjective) निराशाजनक
Meaning: pessimistic or gloomy.
Synonyms: despondent, depressed, dejected, distrustful.
Antonyms: optimistic, propitious, auspicious, cheerful.
Usage: In addition, the film’s relentlessly downbeat tone creates a dark emotional backdrop.
4. BACKSTOP (noun) पूर्वावधान
Meaning: an emergency precaution or last resort.
Synonyms: safeguard, preventive measure, insurance.
Antonyms: constraint, limitation, restriction, sanction.
Usage: They want the Democrats to act as a backstop for this wild nonsense.
5. PURITANICAL (adjective) सख़्त
Meaning: having or displaying a very strict or censorious moral attitude towards self-indulgence.
Synonyms: prudish, puritan, prim, priggish.
Antonyms: lecherous, indulgent, indecent, debauched.
Usage: It just shows that those endless puritanical bromides about the perils of fixating on individual designers are wasted breath.
6. SWATHE (noun) तह
Meaning: a large part of something that includes several different things.
Synonyms: envelope, stretch, area, track.
Antonyms: brink, border, boundary, margin.
Usage: These people represent a broad swathe of public opinion.
7. MILEAGE (noun) लाभ
Meaning: actual or potential benefit or use to be derived from a situation or event.
Synonyms: advantage, utility, gain, profit.
Antonyms: inappropriateness, uselessness, worthlessness, loss.
Usage: There may indeed be mileage in developing the church hall as a community.
8. FARCE (noun) स्वांग
Meaning: an absurd event.
Synonyms: travesty, sham, masquerade, charade.
Antonyms: solemnity, reverence, seriousness, sobriety.
Usage: We need to get more good referees like him, or the game is going to become a complete farce.
9. CARCASS (noun) शव
Meaning: the dead body of an animal.
Synonyms: corpse, cadaver, remains, relics.
Antonyms: revival, alive, essence, resurrection.
Usage: There were a couple of dead animal carcasses on the ground as well.
10. ARRANT (adjective) कुख्यात
Meaning: used to say how bad something is.
Synonyms: utter, absolute, complete, thorough.
Antonyms: dubious, questionable, restricted, uncertain.
Usage: Because of her arrant devotion to her family, she volunteered to go to the labor camp with them.