ODIUM (NOUN): (घिनौना) loathing
Synonyms: abhorrence, disgust
Antonyms: affection, liking
After getting out of prison, the child molester still had to deal with odium from his neighbors.
2. METTLE (NOUN): (दिलेरी) boldness
Synonyms: fortitude, spunk
Antonyms: timidity, cowardice
The team showed their true mettle in the second half.
3. PELT (VERB): (वेग से फ़ेकना) hurl
Synonyms: bombard, pound
Antonyms: block, catch
He pelted stones at the strangers.
4. SUPERVENE (VERB): (पीछे आना) Follow
Synonyms: pursue, supersede
Antonyms: retreat, precede
Team members supervene their leaders.
5. CONSTRICT (VERB): (जकड़ना/कसना) inhibit
Synonyms: circumscribe, astringe
Antonyms: loosen, liberate
They constricted our rights because we were doing what’s correct.
6. CIVIL (ADJECTIVE): (सभ्य) gentle
Synonyms: cordial, courteous
Antonyms: unmannerly, impolite
They were comparatively civil to their son.
7. INTROSPECTIVE (ADJECTIVE): (अंतदर्शनात्मक) thoughtful
Synonyms: reflective, insightful
Antonyms: unthoughtful, stupid
They have to select the most introspective methods to complete the task.
8. MOUSY (ADJECTIVE): (विनीत/संकोची) drab, quiet
Synonyms: bashful, dull
Antonyms: extroverted, fancy
Everything you need to know but have been too mousy to ask.
9. SHAMBLES (NOUN): (अव्यवस्था) a mess
Synonyms: disarray, chaos
Antonyms: harmony, order
Snow caused shambles in the region.
10. UBIQUITOUS (ADJECTIVE): (विश्वव्यापी) universal
Synonyms: pervasive, omnipresent
Antonyms: scarce, rare
If the ubiquitous red tape is annoying, other local customs are downright strange.