1. PERVERSE (ADJECTIVE): (विकृतिग्रस्त): awkward
Synonyms: contrary, difficult
Kate's perverse decision not to cooperate held good.
2. AMORAL (ADJECTIVE): (नीतिहीन): unprincipled
Synonyms: unethical, unscrupulous
He has an amoral attitude towards everything in life.
3. FACILITATE (VERB): (सुविधाजनक बनाना): ease
Synonyms: enable, assist
Schools were located in the same campus to facilitate the sharing of resources.
4. PREVALENCE (NOUN): (प्रसार): currency
Synonyms: generality, pervasiveness
The prevalence of obesity is there in adults.
5. CONTEMPT (NOUN): (निंदा): scorn
Synonyms: disdain, disrespect
Pamela stared at the girl with total contempt.
6. TRIAL (NOUN): (परीक्षण): test
Synonyms: try-out, experiment
Clinical trials must verify the truth.
7. ERADICATE (VERB): (जड़ से मिटाना): get rid of
Synonyms: eliminate, do away with
This disease has been eradicated.
8. REPRESSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (दमनकारी): oppressive
Synonyms: authoritarian, despotic
A repressive regime was approved.
9. HUMILIATE (VERB): (शर्मिंदा करना): embarrass
Synonyms: mortify, humble
He got humiliate me in front of everyone.
10. ANIMOSITY (NOUN): (बैर): antipathy
Synonyms: hostility, friction
He no longer felt any animosity towards her.
11. Reformists (noun) सुधारक
Meaning:- a person who advocates gradual reform rather than abolition or revolution.
Synonyms:- enlightened, flexible, humanistic
Antonyms:- intolerant, limited, narrow
Example:- Such is the language of reform, and the spirit of a reformist!
12. Magnanimity (noun) उदारता
Meaning:- the fact or condition of being magnanimous; generosity.
Synonyms:- chivalry, philanthropy
Antonyms:- meanness, selfishness
Example:- They have claims on the magnanimity and, I may add, on the justice of this nation which we must all feel.
13. Paved the way ( idiom) मार्ग प्रशस्त
Meaning:- to make it easier for (something to happen or someone to do something)
Synonyms:- announce, offer, open
Antonyms:- conceal, deny, dissuade
14. Obduracy (noun) पक्का होना
Meaning:- the quality or state of being obdurate
Synonyms:- contumacy, doggedness, grimness
Example:- His obduracy, with which you are acquainted, has exceedingly increased.