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English Vocab

1. Fascism (noun): A political system based on a very powerful leader, state control, and being extremely proud of country and race, and in which political opposition is not allowed. ( खुद की विचारधारा को
लेकर कट्टर शाशन)
Synonyms: Despotism, Totalitarianism,  Absolutism, Autocracy
Antonyms: Democracy, Liberalism
ExampleFascism is one of the most destruction and oppressive forms of government today.     
2. Stalwart (noun): A loyal, reliable, and hard-working supporter of or participant in an organization or team. (पक्का समर्थक)
Synonyms: Staunch, Loyal, Faithful, Committed, Devoted, Unwavering,
Antonyms: Disloyal, Unfaithful, Unreliable
Example: The stalwarts of the Labour Party.
 
3. Seditions (noun): Conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against the authority of a state or monarch. (राज - द्रोह)
Synonyms: Mutiny, Treason, Revolt, Insurgency
Example: In some nations, the government censors television networks in order to prevent sedition.
4. Contrived (adj): Created or arranged in a way that seems artificial and unrealistic. (अवास्तविक)
Synonyms: Pretended, False, Feigned, Artificial.
Antonyms: Genuine, Natural, Bona Fide, Authentic
Example: The teacher did not believe Hank’s contrived excuse about his missing homework.
 
5. Tendentious (adj): Exhibiting a certain prejudice towards a subject. (पक्षपातपूर्ण)
Synonyms: Biased, Partisan, Prejudiced, Bigoted
Antonyms: Unbiased, Neutral , Equitable
Example: The president was tendentious on his plan for the company and would not listen to other options.             
6. Voluble (noun): (of a person) talking fluently, readily, or incessantly. (बातूनी)
Synonyms: Talkative, Loquacious, Garrulous, Verbose
Antonyms: Taciturn, Reticent, Uncommunicative, Quiet
Example: She was as voluble as her husband was silent.
 
7. Insolence (noun): Rude and disrespectful behaviour. (बदतमीजी, बेअदबी)
Synonyms: Impertinence, Impudence, Effrontery, Cheekiness
Antonyms: Courtesy, Civility, Graciousness, Meekness
Example: His insolence is more than I can stand.
 8. Angst (noun): A feeling of anxiety, apprehension, or insecurity. (चिंता)
Synonyms: Disquietude, Anguish, Apprehension, Trepidation
Antonyms: Nonchalance, Composure, Contentment, Confidence
Example: As the economy continues to worsen, many of the nation’s citizens feel angst about their financial troubles.
 
9. Frail (adj): Weak and delicate. (दुर्बल)
Synonyms: Frangible, Flimsy, Fragile, Feeble
Antonyms: Robust, Sturdy, Resilient, Inure
Example : Be careful with your grandmother, as she's very frail and a fall would be disastrous.  
10. Arbiter (noun): A person who settles a dispute or has ultimate authority in a matter. (न्यायकर्त्ता, मध्यस्थ, पंच)
Synonyms: Umpire, Adjudicator, Mediator, Judge, Refree
Example: If the two parties can’t peacefully solve their disagreement, then a civil judge will act as anarbiter.