Meaning: Referring to a task that can never be finished
Synonym: futile, fruitless
Antonym: effective, useful
Usage: It’s a difficult task, maybe even a Sisyphean one, but it’s a challenge for someone to do.
Meaning: Public shame or loss of Honor
Synonym: shame, disgrace
Antonym: honor, pride
Usage: If defaulters don’t come forward, they will face charges and the public ignominy of being named.
FRAUGHT(Adjective): भरा हुआ
Meaning: Filled with or attended with
Synonym: charged, laden
Antonym: empty, devoid
Usage: Her birthday was fraught with awkward moments when her family saw her blue hair.
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Meaning: Disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed
Synonym: distract, disturb
Antonym: pacify, mollify
Usage: He was snide too, bringing up how much of a hound Mitch was and how that might unhinge any woman’s mind.
SLOVENLY(Adjective): किसी न किसी प्रकार
Meaning: Careless, untidy or dirty in appearance or habits.
Synonym: sloppy, messy
Antonym: dapper, smart
Usage: Despite her basic beauty, she has a slovenly appearance, as though some strange magnetism randomly attaches clothes to her body every morning.
Meaning: Discharge from a debt or an obligation.
Synonym: payment, requital
Antonym: captivity, corner
Usage: Lane smiled almost affably as he tossed the quittance upon the table.
Meaning: Enlarged beyond truth or reasonableness; of or relating to a hyperbola.
Synonym: exaggerated, hyperbola
Antonym: reduced, knockdown
Usage: I was writing in a hyperbolic reverie while closing myself off from at least half of his excellence.
Meaning: Characterized by an effort to the point of exhaustion.
Synonym: laborious, hard
Antonym: absorbing, engaging
Usage: An operose and expensive establishment of a supreme court was made, and charged upon the revenues of the country.
Meaning: showing a casual lack of concern
Synonym: nonchalant, untroubled, unworried,
Antonym: anxious, concerned
Sentence: His insouciant handling of the oil spill in the Gulf is under fire from all sides.
Meaning: Cause to ripen and discharge pus.
Synonym: fester, decay
Antonym: invest, enlist
Usage: If that scrape on your hand starts to suppurate, you might want to go to the doctor.