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1. CAPACIOUS (adjective) विशाल
Meaning: having a lot of space inside, roomy.
Synonyms: roomy, commodious, spacious, ample.
Antonyms: limited, restricted, narrow, exclusive.
Usage: The Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium is very capacious.
2. BENIGN (adjective) सौम्य
Meaning: gentle and kind.
Synonyms: kind, warm-hearted, good-natured, friendly.
Antonyms: cruel, unkind, ungenial, malignant.
Usage: I always fell God’s benign presence.
3. ANNIHILATE (verb) संहार करना
Meaning: to destroy something completely so that nothing is left.
Synonyms: destroy, wipe out, obliterate, eliminate.
Antonyms: construct, create, guard, promote.
Usage: The massive earthquake annihilated many towns and villages.
4. ALACRITY (noun) तत्परता
Meaning: brisk and cheerful readiness.
Synonyms: eagerness, willingness, readiness; enthusiasm.
Antonyms: apathy, dullness, lethargy, hesitation.
Usage: He solved the puzzles with alacrity and in no time.
5. FITFUL (adjective) चंचल
Meaning: often stopping and starting and not happening in a regular or continuous way.
Synonyms: sporadic, spasmodic, broken, disturbed.
Antonyms: constant, equable, regular, even.
Usage: There was much noise and so I had a fitful sleep.
6. ELATION (noun) उत्साह
Meaning: a state of extreme happiness or excitement.
Synonyms: happiness, exhilaration, joy, joyousness.
Antonyms: depression, despair, gloom, sorrow.
Usage: Their elation on our victory in Kargil was boundless.
7.DISCREET (adjective) विचारशील
Meaning: careful and prudent in one’s speech or actions, especially in order to keep something confidential or to avoid embarrassment.
Synonyms: careful, circumspect, cautious, wary.
Antonyms: absturd, senseless, ill-advised, imprudent.
Usage: He took his time but ultimately made a discreet choice.
8. PARSIMONIOUS (adjective) किफ़ायती
Meaning: not willing to spend money or to give or use a lot of something.
Synonyms: mean, miserly, niggardly, close-fisted.
Antonyms: extravagent, generous, liberal, spendthrift.
Usage: There living was parsimonious.
9. LOFTY (adjective) बुलंद
Meaning: elevated in character and spirit.
Synonyms: tall, high, giant, towering.
Antonyms: dwarfish, short, petty, modest.
Usage: Himalaya is the mountain with many lofty peaks always clad in snow and ice.
10. MELLOW (adjective) मधुर
Meaning: pleasantly smooth or soft; free from harshness.
Synonyms: dulcet, sweet-sounding, tuneful, euphonious.
Antonyms: harsh, dry, raw, sapless.
Usage: She was hypnotized by the mellow tone of his voice.