English vocab

1. Impetus (noun): Something that encourages a particular activity. (प्रोत्साहन, प्रेरणा)
Synonyms : Impulse, Incentive, Stimulus, Motivation
Antonyms: Discouragement, Despair, Dismay
Example: The recent publicity surrounding homelessness has given   fresh impetus to the cause.

2. Fortitude (noun): The strength of mind that enables a person to endure pain or hardship. (धैर्य, साहस)
Synonyms: Courage, Bravery, Mettle, Perseverance
Antonyms: Cowardice, Timidity, Timorousness, Coyness 
Example: She endured her illness with great fortitude.
 
3. Tenacious (adj): Persisting in existence; not easily dispelled. (दृढ़, अटल)
Synonyms: Pertinacious, Indefatigable, Obstinate, Stubborn
Antonyms: Irresolute, Yielding. Relenting
Example: Sally is a tenacious opponent – she never gives in.  
 
4. Overture (noun): An introduction to something more substantial. (प्रस्तावना, परिचय)
Synonyms: Prelude, Preliminary, Introduction, Prologue
Antonyms: Finish, Ending, Conclusion, Epilogue
Example: The government has made a significant peace overture by opening the door to negotiation.
5. Taking time by the forelock (idiom): To act decisively  or  to accept an opportunity without hesitation. (मौक़े का फ़ायदा उठाना)
Synonyms:  Move , Act, Make Hay While The Sun Shines, Strike When The Iron Is Hot
Example: What are you waiting for? Take time by the forelock andaccept that fantastic internship!
6. Portent (noun): A sign or warning that a momentous or calamitous event is likely to happen. (सगुन, पूर्वसूचना)
Synonyms: Prognostication, Harbinger, Augury, Omen
Example: A red sky in the morning can be a portent of a coming storm.    
7. Immiserate (verb): Cause to become poor or impoverished. (गरीब बनाना)
Synonyms: Pauparize, Poverty, Destitution, Deprive
Antonyms: Opulence, Affluence, Prosperity
Example: The immiseration of the working class.
Related: Immiserated, Immiserated
8. Feasible (adj): Possible and practical to do easily or conveniently. (संभव)
Synonyms: Practicable, Workable, Viable, Possible 
Antonyms: Impractical, Unattainable, Implausible
Example: Driving with your eyes closed is not feasible.
 
9. Infirmity (noun): Physical or mental weakness. (दुर्बलता)
Synonyms: Frailty, Decrepitude, Debility, Feebleness
Antonyms: Robustness, Vigour, Potency, Firmness
Example: Old age and infirmity come to men and women alike.
 
10. Embellish (verb): Make (something) more attractive by the addition of decorative details or features. (संवारना, सजाना)
Synonyms: Adorn, Decorate, Garnish, Embroider
Antonyms: Spoil, Blemish, Disfigure
Example: A book embellished with colourful illustrations.
Related: Embellished, Embellished
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