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English Vocab

1. Susceptible (adj): Easily influenced or harmed by something. (आसानी से प्रभावित होने वाला)
Synonyms: Vulnerable, Receptive, Prone, Impressible
Antonyms: Resistant, Immune, Insensitive

Example: She isn't very susceptible to flattery.
 2. Overt (adj): Done or shown openly; plainly apparent. (प्रत्यक्ष, खुल्मखुला)
Synonyms: Open, Conspicuous, Undisguised, Unconcealed
Antonyms: Covert, Secret, Clandestine, Surreptitious
Example:  He shows no overt signs of his unhappiness
  
3. Desecration (noun): The act of treating a sacred place or object with disrespect or insult. (अपवित्रीकरण)
Synonyms: Violation, Profanation, Sacrilege
Antonyms: Adoration, Glorification, Worship
Example : I do not understand why anyone would desecrate another person’s grave by destroying the headstone.
 
4. Derogatory (adj): Conveying a poor opinion of something or someone. (अपमानजनक)
Synonyms: Disparaging, Denigratory, Deprecatory, Pejorative
Antonyms: Commendatory, Complimentary,  Flattering, Laudatory
Example: She was upset by derogatory comments made about her clothes.
 
5. Persecute (verb): Unfair or cruel treatment over a long period of time because of race, religion, or political beliefs. (अत्याचार करना, ज़ुल्म करना)
Synonyms: Excruciate, Torment, Torture, Oppress, Subjugate
Antonyms: Comfort, Console, Solace, Soothe, Succour
Example: Religious minorities were persecuted and massacred during the ten-year regime.
Related: Persecuted, Persecuted
6. Blasphemy (noun): Something that you say or do that shows you do not respect God or a religion. (ईश - निंदा)
Synonyms: Profanity, Sacrilege, Impiety, Execration
Antonyms: Reverence, Piety, Adoration, Glorification, Worship
Example: She was condemned by the church for uttering blasphemies.
7. Rhetoric (noun): Speech or writing that is effective and persuasive. (वक्रपटुता, भाषण कला)
Synonyms: Fustian, Orotundity, Grandiloquence , Pomposity
Antonyms: Inarticulateness, Conciseness
Example: Great leaders have often been masters of rhetoric, which they have used for both good and ill.
 
8. Inherent (adj): Existing in something as a permanent, essential, or characteristic attribute. (स्वाभाविक, जन्मजात)
Synonyms: Intrinsic, Innate, Immanent, Congenital
Antonyms: Extrinsic, Learned, Acquired,
Example: Most mothers have an inherent need to protect their children.
 
9. Defile (verb): Damage the purity or appearance of. (अशुद्ध करना, अपवित्र करना)
Synonyms: Mar, Spoil, Sully, Besmirch
Antonyms: Purify, Sanctify
Example: It's a shame that such a beautiful area has been defiled by a rubbish dump.
Related: Defiled, Defiled
 
10. Protege (noun): A person who is guided and supported by an older and more experienced or influential person. (शागिर्द, आश्रित)
Synonyms: Pupil, Student, Trainee, Apprentice, Disciple
Antonyms: Teacher, Mentor, Preceptor
Example: He was a protégé of the great composer.
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