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English Vocab

1. Sterling (adj): Of the highest quality: (वास्तविक, खरा, असली)
Synonyms: Excellent, Exceptional, Splendid, Praiseworthy, Valuable  
Antonyms: Poor, Inferior, Mediocre, Wretched
Example: Everyone has made a sterling effort.

  
2. Secession (noun): The act of becoming independent and no longer part of a country, area, organization, etc. (संबंध-विच्छेद, अलग होना)
Synonyms: Apostacy, Recantation, Separation, Schism
Antonyms: Unification, Joining, Confederacy, Amalgamation
Example: Norway's secession from Sweden in 1905.
  
3. Intransigent (adj): Unwilling or refusing to change one's views or to agree about something. (अड़ियल, हठी)
Synonyms: Adamant, Inexorable, Obdurate, Stubborn
Antonyms: Flexible, Yielding, Pliant, Relenting
Example: He has remained intransigent, refusing all suggestions for improvement of the process.
4. Unflinching (adj): Not showing fear or hesitation in the face of danger or difficulty. (बेहिचक, बेधडक)
Synonyms: Undaunted,   Steady, Persistent, Fearless, Courageous
Antonyms: Wavering, Irresolute, Yielding, Fearful
Example: He was unflinching in his determination to see that justice was done.
5. Marshal (verb): Assemble and arrange (a group of people, especially troops) in order. (क्रमबद्ध रूप से इकट्ठा करना)
Synonyms: Gather, Assemble, Arrange, Deploy
Antonyms: Disperse, Scatter, Disorganise
Example: The general marshalled his troops.
Related: Marshalled, Marshalled
  
6. Trammel (verb): Deprive of freedom of action. (रोकना, बाधा डालना)
Synonyms: Stymie, Impede, Hinder, Encumber, Fetter
Antonyms: Facilitate, Unfasten, Unbind, Liberate
Example: The new paperwork requirements will only trammel us and lower our productivity.
  
7. Magnanimity (noun): The fact of being generous and kind, esp. toward a competitor or enemy: (उदारता, दरियादिली)
Synonyms: Generosity, Munificence, Benevolence, Philanthropy
Antonyms: Selfishness, Pettiness, Meanness
Example: She accepted the criticism with magnanimity.
  
8. Ardent (adj): Very enthusiastic or passionate. (उत्साही)
Synonyms: Fervent, Fervid, Zealous, Vehement
Antonyms: Apathetic, Indifferent, Stoic, Frigid
Example: Paul feels out of place among his friends because of his ardent love of classical music.
  
9. Coercion (noun): The use of force to persuade someone to do something. (ज़बरदस्ती)
Synonyms: Duress, Compulsion, Intimidation, Browbeating
Antonyms: Convincing, Persuasion, Approval, Consent, Permission
Example: Nobody likes doing things by coercion.
10. Sagacity (noun): Ability to make good judgments and decisions. (बुद्धिमत्ता, अक़्लमंदी)
Synonyms: Acumen, Profundity, Erudition, Acuity
Antonyms: Stupidity, Obtuseness, Imbecility
Example: The coach’s sagacity enabled the team to win.
 
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