1. DISINGENUOUS(ADJECTIVE): (कपटी): deceitful
Synonyms: unfair, dishonest
Antonyms: frank, truthful
The politicians now a days are becoming disingenuous.
2. ODIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (घिनौना): extremely unpleasant
Synonyms: disgusting, horrid
Antonyms: attractive, delightful
The police had resolved a mystery behind an odious crime.
3. CONFISCATE (VERB): (ज़ब्त करना): seize
Synonyms: appropriate, impound
Antonyms: free, release
They confiscated mobile phones propaganda material.
4. YORE (NOUN): (बीता हुआ समय): time gone by
Synonyms: history, antiquity
Antonyms: future, present
In the days of yore, the Internet did not exist.
5. VAGUE (ADJECTIVE): (अस्पष्ट): not definite or clear
Synonyms: ambiguous, dubious
Antonyms: apparent, certain
He rolled his eyes at the vague response.
6. MULISHNESS (NOUN): (हठ): Doggedness
Synonyms: obstinacy, bullheadedness
Antonyms: irresolution, dubiety
He is buying everything by showing his heights of mulishness.
7. OSTRACIZE (VERB): (बहिष्कार करना): banish
Synonyms: expel, exclude
Antonyms: accept, embrace
Nalini was declared a witch and ostracized by the villagers.
8. PODGY (ADJECTIVE): (मोटा): slightly fat
Synonyms: chunky, flabby
Antonyms: lean, skinny
When I stopped jogging, I became podgy.
9. QUIXOTIC (ADJECTIVE): (विलक्षण): idealistic
Synonyms: impractical, dreamy
Antonyms: realistic, sensible
It was clearly a quixotic case against the defendant.
10. PULSATE (VERB): (काँपना): Quaver
Synonyms: tremble, quiver
Antonyms: steady, be still
The meek bird was pulsating in the refractory wind.