ABOUND प्रचुर मात्रा में
Meaning: exist in large numbers or amounts.
Synonyms: flourish, abundant
Antonyms: less, small
Example: Local beers abound in the neighborhood pub that is rumored to have some of the best beverages in the world.
Meaning: extremely sarcastic or critical.
Synonyms: mordant, destructive
Example: Because my uncle was a mean man, he took pleasure in making caustic statements to people.
Meaning: disinterested and selfless concern for the well-being of others.
Synonyms: selfless, self-denial
Antonyms: selfish, mean
Example: Some may choose to work with vulnerable elderly people out of altruism.
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Meaning: without interruption
Synonyms: constantly, continually
Antonyms: stoppage, cease
Example: Reena talked about Romil incessantly.
Meaning: the action or fact of showing something
Synonyms: demonstration, reveal
Antonyms: hide, conceal
Example: To colonists, idiocy was a pitiable and vulnerable condition, one more manifestation of God’s diverse creations.
Meaning: a person’s inherent qualities of mind and character.
Synonyms: nature, temperament
Example: With her inquisitive disposition, Sarah is an ideal candidate for the detective’s position.
Meaning: disgust or sicken (someone) with an excess of sweetness, richness, or sentiment.
Synonyms: over the top, honeying
Antonyms: mild, good
Example: Jill is no longer impressed by cloying lines of devotion after having her heart broken countless times.
DAMNING (adjective) घातक
Meaning: (of a circumstance or piece of evidence) strongly suggesting guilt or error.
Synonyms: incriminating, derogatory, catastrophic, destructive.
Antonyms: auspicious, encouraging, optimistic, propitious.
Usage: She waved back, wondering how the most damning of them all was also the only who seemed anywhere able to feel sympathy.
ABET (verb) उकसाना
Meaning: encourage or assist (someone) to do something wrong.
Synonyms: foment, incite, instigate, provoke.
Antonyms: constrain, restrain, allay, soothe.
Usage: If you abet violence in your home, you should not be surprised if your children grow up to be abusers.
FITFUL (adjective) अस्थिर
Meaning: active or occurring spasmodically or intermittently; not regular or steady.
Synonyms: intermittent, sporadic, spasmodic, unsteady.
Antonyms: constant, continuous, steady, unwavering.
Usage: Because the weather has been fitful lately, we are not sure if our outdoor wedding is going to take place.