1. HEART-RENDING (adjective) : दिल प्रतिपादन, शोकजनक
Meaning: causing great sadness or distress.
Synonyms: upsetting, disturbing, heartbreaking, tragic, painful, traumatic, agonizing, desolate, harrowing, excruciating.
Antonyms: cheering, heartwarming, inspiring, stimulating, stirring, uplifting, delightful, enjoyable, pleasing, exhilarating, thrilling.
Usage: The heart-rending scenes that he witnessed turned him into a social worker and a spiritual thinker.
2. CORUSCATE (verb) : उज्जवल होना
Meaning: (of light) flash or sparkle.
Synonyms: gleam, glimmer, glint, glisten, glister, glitter, luster, scintillate, shimmer, spangle, sparkle, twinkle.
Antonyms: converge, suffer, dullness.
Usage: The flashlight was used to coruscate a message to the other campers across the lake.
3. SUPINE (adjective) : लापरवाह
Meaning: failing to act or protest as a result of moral weakness or indolence.
Synonyms: spineless, yielding, enervated, acquiescent, pliant, submissive, servile, inactive, passive, inert, spiritless, apathetic, indifferent.
Antonyms: proactive, expeditious, strong, assertive, fecund, fervent, vivacious, thriving, tenacious.
Usage: My brother-in-law is a lazy fellow who will sleep with his head up in a supine position all day long.
4. PERAMBULATE (verb) : इधर-उधर टहलना
Meaning: to travel by foot for exercise or pleasure
Synonyms: amble, hike, ramble, saunter, stroll, tramp, tromp, traipse, meander, trudge.
Usage: They decided to take a short cut and perambulate over the large hill.
5. CONFABULATE (verb) : बातचीत करना
Meaning: to talk informally
Synonyms: backchat, cackle, chat, chitchat, gab, gossip, palaver, patter, rap, schmooze, table talk.
Antonyms: be silent, be quiet, listen.
Usage: Guests gathered in the hallway to confabulate about the weather and make small talk.
6. EERIE (adjective) : भयग्रस्त
Meaning: strange and frightening.
Synonyms: uncanny, sinister, ghostly, unnatural, unearthly, mysterious, creepy, haunting, spooky.
Antonyms: normal, ordinary, prosaic, routine, typical, unexceptional, unremarkable, usual.
Usage: An eerie feeling came over us as we watched the scary movie.
7. SUCCINCTLY (adverb) : संक्षेप
Meaning: in a brief and clearly expressed manner.
Synonyms: brief, compact, compendious, concise, crisp, curt, epigrammatic, laconic, monosyllabic, sententious, summary, terse.
Antonyms: circuitous, circumlocutory, diffuse, long-winded, prolix, rambling, verbose, windy, wordy.
Usage: The reviewer’s remarks were succinct and to the point.
8. BATHETIC (adjective) : जिसमें अचानक पतन या अपकर्ष हो
Meaning: producing an unintentional effect of anticlimax.
Synonyms: anticlimactic, disappointing, disillusioning; mawkish, sentimental, maudlin, mawkish.
Antonyms: calm, matter-of-fact, unimaginative, unemotional, unsentimental.
Usage: The movie manages to be poignant without becoming bathetic.
9. SPURT (noun) : गति में उछाल
Meaning: a sudden marked burst or increase of activity or speed.
Synonyms: gush, jet, pour, rush, spew, spout, squirt, swoosh.
Antonyms: dribble, drip, drop, trickle, spatter, sprinkle.
Usage: Year-on-year growth in output per worker spurted to 2.9 % in the second quarter.
10. PRECARIOUS (adjective) : अनिश्चित
Meaning: dependent on chance; uncertain.
Synonyms: uncertain, insecure, unreliable, unsure, unpredictable, undependable, doubtful, dubious, delicate, tricky, problematic.
Antonyms: certain, stable, firm, sure, confirmed, definite, steady, settled, sustainable.
Usage: As Finance Secretary I found that the finances of the state were in a precarious condition.’
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