1) Lethargy (Noun) — सुस्ती
Meaning: a lack of energy and enthusiasm.
Synonyms: sluggishness, inertia, inactivity
Antonyms: vigour, energy, animation
Usage: “there was an air of lethargy about him”
2) Loomed (Verb) – उभरना या दिखाई देना
Meaning: appear as a vague form, especially one that is large or threatening.
Synonyms: emerge, appear, become visible
Antonyms:abandoned, declined, descended
Usage: “vehicles loomed out of the darkness”
3) Fodder (Noun) – चारा या पशुभोजन
Meaning: food, especially dried hay or straw, for cattle and other livestock.
Synonyms: feed, food, rations
Usage: “young people ending up as factory fodder”
4) Adulteration (Noun) – अपमिश्रण या मिलावट
Meaning: the action of making something poorer in quality by the addition of another substance.
Synonyms: debasement, infection, pollution
Antonyms: purification, cleansing, sanctification
Usage: “we’re working on a new diagnostic test to more rapidly monitor food adulteration”
5) Permissible (Adjective) — अनुमेय
Meaning: permitted; allowed.
Synonyms: permitted, allowable, allowed
Antonyms: forbidden, unacceptable
Usage: “it is permissible to edit and rephrase the statement”
6) Residue (Noun) — अवशेष
Meaning: a small amount of something that remains after the main part has gone or been taken or used.
Synonyms: remainder, remaining part, part leftover
Antonyms: base, core, lack
Usage: “the fine residue left after the sorting of tea”
7) Potency (Noun) — शक्ति
Meaning: the power of something to influence or make an impression.
Synonyms: power, powerfulness, vigour
Antonyms: impotency, powerlessness, weakness
Usage: “a myth of enormous potency”
8) Abrogation (Noun) — निराकरण
Meaning: the repeal or abolition of a law, right, or agreement.
Synonyms: repudiation, revocation, repeal
Antonyms: institution, introduction
Usage:Does not the abrogation amount to subverting the justice system?
9) Numbed (Verb) – सुन्न हो जाना
Meaning: deprive of feeling or responsiveness.
Synonyms:deadening, desensitizing, benumbing
Antonyms: feeling, sensible, sensitive
Usage: “the cold had numbed her senses”
10) Sunk (Verb) – डूब जाना या जलमग्न हो जाना
Meaning: go down below the surface of something, especially of a liquid; become submerged.
Synonyms: become submerged, be engulfed, go down
Antonyms: rise, float
Usage: “he saw the coffin sink below the surface of the waves”
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