1. PUTATIVE (adjective) : ख्यात, विख्यात
Meaning: assumed to exist or to have existed
Synonyms: apparent, assumed, evident, ostensible, presumed, prima facie, reputed, seeming, supposed.
Antonyms: hidden, implausible, impossible, improbable, inconceivable, unlikely
actual, authenticated, confirmed, corroborated.
Usage: The film’s putative conclusion led me to believe the hero would return in a sequel.
2. PULCHRITUDE (noun): ख़ूबसूरती
Synonyms: voluptuousness, grace, charm, comeliness, elegance, attractiveness. gorgeousness.
Antonyms: ugliness, filth, scruffiness, squalor, ghastliness, distastefulness.
Usage: Because we all know that beauty is only skin deep, you should always look beneath the pulchritude on the outside to see what’s going on in a person’s heart and soul.
3. OBFUSCATE (verb) : निष्प्रदीप करना
Meaning: make obscure, unclear, or unintelligible.
Synonyms: becloud, befog, blur, cloud, confuse, fog, muddy, entangle, disrupt.
Antonyms: simplify, disentangle, unravel, unscramble, untangle, decipher, clarify, illuminate.
Usage: Surprisingly, the efforts of the translator only served to obfuscate an already confusing conversation.
4. MOUNTEBANK (noun): कपटी, धोखेबाज
Meaning: a person who deceives others, especially in order to trick them out of their money; a charlatan.
Synonyms: fraud, hoaxer, humbug, impostor, phony, pretender, quack, ringer, misleader, trickster.
Antonyms: adept, authority, crackerjack, expert, maestro, virtuoso, honest.
Usage: As a mountebank, Kristy is always looking for a way to trick people out of their money.
5. MAIM (verb) : विकलांग करना
Meaning: wound or injure (a person or animal) so that part of the body is permanently damaged.
Synonyms: cripple, disable, incapacitate, lame, mutilate, hamstring, hobble, paralyze, injure, torment.
Antonyms: cure, heal, rehabilitate, remedy, fix, mend, patch, rejuvenate, renew, repair, restore.
Usage: Jake is an irresponsible driver who will most likely take a life or maim someone eventually.
6. LUGUBRIOUS (adjective) : शोकाकुल
Meaning: looking or sounding sad and dismal.
Synonyms: bleak, depressing, desolate, dismal, dreary, forlorn, gloomy, lonesome, miserable, morbid, morose, saturnine, solemn, sullen, wretched.
Antonyms: bright, cheerful, cheering, cheery, comforting, cordial, festive, heartwarming, sunshiny.
Usage: In his first novel, the mysterious postman is the perfect example of a lugubrious character.
7. JINGOIST (noun) : राष्ट्रवादी
Meaning: someone who believes that their own country is always best.
Synonyms: chauvinist, chauvinistic, jingoistic, nationalist, nationalistic, patriotic.
Antonyms: internationalist, traitor, expatriot, fraudulent, knavish.
Usage: A number of John Wayne movies, for instance, are clearly jingoist and propagandistic.
8. GUZZLE (verb) : लालची की तरह भोजन करनेवाला
Meaning: eat or drink (something) greedily.
Synonyms: drink, gulp, hoist, imbibe, pound (down), quaff, slurp, swig, swill.
Antonyms: abstain, conserve, sip.
Usage: Frazier guzzled six 12-ounce bottles over an hour or so Wednesday morning, and suddenly the symptoms diminished.
9. NOISOME (adjective) : नुकसानदेह
Meaning: causing intense displeasure, disgust, or resentment
Synonyms: abhorrent, abominable, appalling, awful, disgusting, gross, hideous, horrid, loathsome, nasty, noxious, obscene, odious, offensive, rancid, repugnant, repulsive, revolting,
Antonyms: innocuous, inoffensive, desirable, enjoyable, felicitous, gratifying, heavenly, inviting, likable, luscious, nice, palatable, pleasant, savory.
Usage: The student’s noisome prank was so offensive in odor that the entire school had to be evacuated.
10. CLOUT (noun) : प्रभाव या शक्ति
Meaning: influence or power, especially in politics or business.
Synonyms: authority, credit, heft, influence, dominion, predominance, reign, sovereignty, supremacy.
Antonyms: helplessness, impotence, impotency, powerlessness, weakness, impuissance, frailty.
Usage: Looking to build a business, the entrepreneur was looking to establish clout in the community.
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