1) Scrutiny (Noun) – संवीक्षा
Meaning: critical observation or examination.
Synonyms: careful examination, inspection, survey
Antonyms: glance, cursory look
Usage: “every aspect of local government was placed under scrutiny”
2) Robust (Adjective) – मजबूत और स्वस्थ
Meaning: strong and healthy; vigorous.
Synonyms: strong, vigorous, sturdy
Antonyms: weak, frail
Usage: “the Caplan family are a robust lot”
3) Affluent (Adjective) – धनी
Meaning: having a great deal of money; wealthy.
Synonyms: wealthy, rich, prosperous
Antonyms: poor, impoverished
Usage: “the affluent societies of the western world”
4) Deterrent (Noun) – निवारक
Meaning: a thing that discourages or is intended to discourage someone from doing something.
Synonyms: disincentive, discouragement, dissuasion
Antonyms: incentive, encouragement
Usage: “cameras are a major deterrent to crime”
5) Untenable (Adjective) – अस्थिर, असमर्थनीय
Meaning: not able to be maintained or defended against attack or objection.
Synonyms: indefensible, undefendable, unarguable
Antonyms: tenable, defensible
Usage: “this argument is clearly untenable”
6) Ambit (Noun) – गुंजाइश, सीमा
Meaning: the scope, extent, or bounds of something.
Synonyms: scope, extent, bounds
Antonyms: extreme, limitation, part
Usage: “a full discussion of this complex issue was beyond the ambit of one book”
7) Defection (Noun) – पक्षपलटा
Meaning: the desertion of one’s country or cause in favour of an opposing one.
Synonyms: desertion, absconding, decamping
Antonyms: enough, faithfulness, harmony
Usage: “his defection from the Labour Party”
8) Intriguing (Verb) – दिलचस्प
Meaning: arousing one’s curiosity or interest; fascinating.
Synonyms: interest, be of interest to, fascinate
Usage: “an intriguing story”
9) Morsel (Noun) – निवाला
Meaning: a small piece or amount of food; a mouthful.
Synonyms: mouthful, bite, nibble
Antonyms: chunk, entirety, increase
Usage: “Juliet pushed a morsel of toast into her mouth”
10) Annihilating (Verb) – संहार करना
Meaning: destroy utterly; obliterate.
Synonyms: destroy, wipe out, obliterate
Antonyms: create, build, establish
Usage: “a simple bomb of this type could annihilate them all”
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