Wanton(Adjective) : प्रचंड
Meaning: (of a cruel or violent action) deliberate and unprovoked
Synonym: bawdy, nasty, obscene, deliberate, malicious,
Antonym: clean, decent, acceptable, agreeable, desirable, pleasant, pleasing
Usage: The man is probably going to get the death penalty for his wanton killing of six school children.
AXIOMATIC (Adjective): सिद्ध
Meaning: self-evident or unquestionable.
Synonym: Understood, Given, Granted, self-evident
Antonym: Misunderstood, uncertain
Usage: The arithmetic principles are axiomatic in nature.
DISTRATE (adjective) : असावधान
Meaning: distracted or absent-minded.
Synonyms: forgetful, inattentive, oblivious, heedless.
Antonyms: alert, attentive, focused, unperturbed.
Usage: He grew more and more distrait as hours passed without confirmation that there were survivors of the plane crash
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BRAZEN (Adjective): ज़बरदस्त
Meaning: obvious, without any attempt to be hidden
Synonyms: blatant, bold
Antonyms: humble, meek
Usage: In a brazen assault, the gang fired their weapons at the policeman.
CASTIGATED (Verb): आलोचना
Meaning: reprimand (someone) severely.
Synonym: reprimand, rebuke
Antonym: praise, commend
Usage: He castigated himself for being so stupid
COPIOUS (Adjective): प्रचुर
Meaning: abundant in supply or quantity.
Synonym: abundant, ample, extensive
Antonym: lacking, meager, rare
Usage: The storm produced a copious amount of rain.
DURESS (Noun): अवरोध
Meaning: threats, violence, constraints, or other action used to coerce someone into doing something against their will or better judgment.
Synonyms: coercion, compulsion, pressurization, enforcement.
Antonyms: agreement, approval, consent, persuasion.
Usage: I think Harry was under duress when she signed the agreement; he never would have voluntarily accepted those conditions
MALAPERT (Adjective): बेशरम
Meaning: boldly disrespectful; impudent.
Synonym: impertinent, cheeky, rude, brazen.
Antonyms: courteous, humble, modest, polite.
Usage: In a fury, she said that he was too malapert to give her such an answer, and affirmed that both he and they should repent it
RICKETY (Adjective): सूका रोगी
Meaning: (of a structure or piece of equipment) poorly made and likely to collapse.
Synonyms: dilapidated, ramshackle, derelict, ruinous.
Antonyms: stable, sturdy, durable, strong.
Usage: She then directed them to the fourth floor, giving them the choice of the stairs or a rickety lift.
WREST (Verb): हथियाना
Meaning: forcibly pull (something) from a person’s grasp.
Synonyms: wrench, snatch, seize, grab
Usage: Sita felt she had to wrest the weapon from the hostage-taker for the sake of her safety.