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English Vocab

1. Preposterous (adj): Very silly or stupid. (बेतुका, असंगत)
Synonyms: Ludicrous, Farcical, Asinine, Inane
Antonyms: Reasonable, Sensible, Logical
Example: Your  idea is preposterous!

2. Furtively (adverb): Done or acting secretly and quietly. (गुप्त रूप से)
Synonyms : Surreptitiously , Slyly, Covertly, Clandestinely
Antonyms: Overtly, Publicly, Openly
Example: I furtively glanced over at my father to see his reaction.
3. Inordinate (noun): Much more than usual or expected. (अत्यधिक)
Synonyms: Exorbitant, Excessive, Plethoric, Immoderate
Antonyms: Deficient, Inadequate, Insufficient, Minimal
Example: They have inordinate number of pets.
4. Incendiary (adj): Designed to cause fires. (आग लगानेवाला)
Synonyms: Combustible, Immolator, Arsonist, Pyromaniac
Example: Five incendiary devices were found in her house.
5. Debilitating (adj): Tending to weaken or enfeeble. (कमजोरी लाने वाली)
Synonyms: Enervating, Crippling, Incapacitating, Prostrating
Antonyms: Invigorating, Rejuvenating, Vitalizing
Example: She is suffering from debilitating back pain.
6. Usurpation (noun): The act of taking control of something without having the right to, especially of a position of power: (हड़प लेना, हथिया लेना)
Synonyms: Encroachment, Infringement, Seizure, Appropriation
Antonyms: Release, Liberation
Example: There are still those who regard the move as an unconstitutional usurpation of private property.
7. Prominent (adj): Very noticeable, important, or famous. (प्रसिद्ध, प्रख्यात)
Synonyms: Salient, Renowned, Notorious, Eminent
Antonyms: Anonymous, Nameless, Obscure
Example: She was a prominent member of the city council.
8. Ardently (adverb): Very enthusiastically or passionately. (जोशीला रूप से)
Synonyms: Fervently, Zealously, Intensely , Excitedly
Antonyms: Unwillingly, Grudgingly, Dispassionately 
Example: She ardently supported the cause.
9. Shun (verb): To avoid or refuse to accept someone or something: (दूर करना, त्यागना)
Synonyms: Avoid, Evade, Eschew, Spurn
Antonyms: Accept, Court, Embrace, Pursue
Example: She shunned publicity after she retired from the stage.
Related: Shunned, Shunned
10. Exacerbate (verb): Make (a problem, bad situation, or negative feeling) worse. (बिगड़ी हुई को और बिगाड़ना)
Synonyms:  Exasperate, Aggravate, Complicate, Worsen
Antonyms: Ameliorate, Allay, Alleviate, Assuage
Example: The new law only exacerbates the problem.
Related: Exacerbated, Exacerbated
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