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1 – Delude – भुलाना
Meaning – make (someone) believe something that is not true.
Usage – “too many theorists have deluded the public”
Synonyms –mislead, deceive, fool, take in, trick, dupe, hoodwink, double-cross, gull, beguile
Antonyms -be truthful, be honest
2 – Equestrian – घुड़सवार
Meaning – relating to horse riding.
Usage – “his amazing equestrian skills”
Synonyms –horseman, horsewoman, rider, horse rider, jockey
3 -Burlesque – कारटून
Meaning – an absurd or comically exaggerated imitation of something, especially in a literary or dramatic work; a parody
Usage – “a novel which is a burlesque of the literary life”
Synonyms –parody, caricature, travesty, pastiche, take-off, skit, imitation, satire, lampoon
4 – Extol – प्रशंसाकरना
Meaning – praise enthusiastically.
Usage – “he extolled the virtues of the Russian peoples”
Synonyms –praise enthusiastically, go into raptures about/over, wax lyrical about, sing the praises of, praise to the skies, heap praise on
5 – Credulous – विश्रंभी
Meaning – having or showing too great a readiness to believe things.
Usage – “a ceremony staged for credulous tourists”
Synonyms –gullible, naive, impressionable, trusting, over-trusting, over-trustful, exploitable, dupable, deceivable, easily deceived, easily taken in
Antonyms -skeptical, suspecting, suspicious, untrusting
6 – Lament – विलाप
Meaning – a passionate expression of grief or sorrow.
Usage – “his mother’s night-long laments for his father”
Synonyms –wail, wailing, lamentation, moan, moaning, groan, weeping, crying, sob, sobbing, keening, howl, complaint
Antonyms -celebrate, compliment, laud, praise
7 – Replenish – फिरसेभरना
Meaning – fill (something) up again.
Usage – “he replenished Justin’s glass with mineral water”
Synonyms –refill, top up, fill up, recharge, reload
Antonyms -deplete, use up, waste
8 – Idiosyncrasy – लत
Meaning – a mode of behaviour or way of thought peculiar to an individual.
Usage – “one of his little idiosyncrasies was always preferring to be in the car first”
Synonyms –eccentricity, mannerism, quirk, whim, whimsy, fancy, fad, vagary, notion, conceit, caprice, kink, twist, freak, fetish, passion, bent, foible, crotchet, habit
Antonyms – abnormality, normality, usualness
9 – Archaic – प्राचीन
Meaning –very old or old-fashioned.
Usage – “prisons are run on archaic methods”
Synonyms –obsolete, obsolescent, out of date, anachronistic, old-fashioned, outmoded, behind the times, bygone, antiquated, antique, superannuated
Antonyms -current, modern, new, present, young
10 –Dialectical – द्वंद्वात्मक
Meaning – relating to the logical discussion of ideas and opinions.
Usage – “dialectical ingenuity”
Synonyms –rational, rationalistic, logical, analytical,disputatious, dialectical, argumentative, contentious
Antonyms -illogical, irrational