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1) Brazen (adj) – bold and without shame, बेशर्म

Synonyms- bold,shameless, forward

◾Use brazen in a sentence  Rakhi Sawant’s brazen attitude is the biggest reason behind her fame.

2) Gossamer (adj) – lightweight
महीन कपड़ा, जाला

Synonyms – Flimsy, very skinny  transparent

◾Use Gossamer in a sentence

Example – Through Disha patani’s gossamer sleeves ,we could see her thin arms.

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3) Relentless (adj) – steady and persistent, unyielding in severity
   लगातार, कठोर       
◾Use Relentless in a sentence

Example- “Virat Kohli’  has relentless determination to make India proud. 

4) Absquatulate(v) – to depart hurriedly
फरार हो जाना

Synonyms- abscond, disappear, depart

◾Use Absquatulate in a sentence

Example- Nirav Modi absquatulated from India after duping PNB of thousand of crores.

5) Lugubrious (adj) – looking or sounding sad and dismal.

Synonyms – depressed,gloomy

◾Use Lugubrious in a sentence

Example – After her mother left her ,Jahnvi kapoor was in a lugubrious condition for weeks.

6) Denouement (n) – the outcome of a situation, when something is decided or made clear.

Synonyms  – consequence,result, outcome

◾Use Denouement in a sentence

Example  – Saaho’s denouement was unsatisfying and ambiguous. 

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7) Bereft   – deprived of ,lacking something
वंचित होना

◾Use Bereft in a sentence

Example – When Sridevi died, Boney Kapoor felt bereft of love and hope. 

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8) Thwart (v) – Prevent someone from accomplishing something.
विरोध डालना

Synonyms – foil,frustrate,baulk

◾Use Thwart in a sentence

Example- Twitter has upgraded some of its features to thwart cyber-bullying.

9) Incisive (adj) – expressed in a clear and direct manner.

◾Use Incisive in a sentence

Example – with his unmatched wit and incisive remarks, Kapil Sharma attracted many fans.

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10) Succor (n) – assistance and support in times of hardship and distress
सहायता पहुॅचाना

Synonyms- aid, support, assistance

◾Use Succor in a sentence

Example- Sonam kapoor offered  succor to Jahnvi Kapoor after the death of latter’s mother. 

11) Bolster(v) – to make something stronger or more effective.
सहारा देना

◾Use Bolster in a sentence

Example  – She bolstered her self-esteem to perform a solo song on the stage.

12) Snoop(v)  – to be devious and cunning so as not to be seen.
जासूसी करना,  ताक झाँक करना

 Deploy (v) –  to prepare or arrange for use.
फैलाना,  तैनात करना

◾Use Snoop, deploy in a sentence

Example – “BJP government is the deployer and executor of the illegal snooping and the spying racket (Pegasus)” – Randeep Surjewala(congress leader)

13) Oleaginous (adj) – containing an unusual amount of grease or oil.

Synonyms – Buttery, soapy,  oily.

◾Use Oleaginous in a sentence

Example  – I had to dab my pizza with a napkin because it was so oleaginous. – Tara Sutaria

14) Salvage (v) – rescue (a wrecked or disabled ship or its cargo) from loss at sea.
Synonyms  – rescue, save, retrieve

◾Use Salvage in a sentence

Example- Hrithik Roshan tried hard to salvage his marriage.

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15) Aplomb (n) – self-confidence or assurance, especially when in a demanding situation.

◾Use Aplomb in a sentence

Example  –    Sakhshi Malik played the tournament  with great aplomb.

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16) Atrocious – Very bad, disgusting, abominable.

◾Use Atrocious in a sentence

Example – People in Delhi breathe atrocious air throughout the winter season.

17) Prerogative (n) – a right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or class.

Synonyms- entitlement, birthright, advantage

◾Use Prerogative in a sentence

Example – It’s the filmmaker’s prerogative how he utilizes me, says saand ki aankh actor Bhumi Pednekar.

18) Supervene(v) – to follow something closely,  either as a consequence or in contrast ,to supersede
बीच में आ पड़ना 

Synonyms- postdate, pursue, replace

◾Use Supervene in a sentence

Example- It wasn’t the breast cancer that caused her death but it was supervene of her brain aneurism.

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19) Diminution (n) – a reduction in the size, extent, or importance of something.

Synonyms- reduction, curtailing, cutting back

◾Use Diminution in a sentence

Example- Because of the diminution of gas prices, more people are hitting the highways this summer.

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20) Ignoramus (n) – an ignorant or stupid person,someone who is completely uninformed.

Synonyms- imbecile, dimwit

◾Use Ignoramus in a sentence

Example  – The Pakistani reporter was an ignoramus when she gave out false information during the broadcast.
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21) Cessation (n) – the fact or process of ending or being brought to an end
ठहराव,  विराम

Synonyms- terminations, finish, stopping

◾Use Cessation in a sentence

Example  – Because my sister engaged in inappropriate conversation online,she is now experiencing the cessation of her internet privileges.

22) Inundate (v) – overwhelm (someone) with things or people to be dealt with.
बाढ लाना, प्लावित करना 

Synonyms  – overwhelm, overpower, overload

◾Use Inundate in a sentence

Example  – My director is the type of person who likes to inundate others with project.

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23) Bootleg (v)- make, distribute, or sell (alcoholic drink or a recording) illegally.

Synonyms  – illegal,  unlicensed,  unauthorised

◾Use Bootleg in a sentence

Example  – He bootlegged the album song and gave copies to his several friends.

24) Charlatan (n) – A person falsely claiming to have a special knowledge or skil
झूठा वैध, नीम हकीम्

Synonyms  – quack, fake, imposter

◾Use Charlatan in a sentence

Example  – Don’t believe him,he is a charlatan

25) Hoodwink (v) – deceive or trick.
चालाकी करना 

Synonyms – deceive, cheat, fool

◾Use Hoodwink in a sentence

Example- Staffs were hoodwinked into thinking the duplicate was real Kareena kapoor.

26) Titillate (v) – arouse (someone) to interest or mild excitement, especially through sexually suggestive images or words.
उत्तेजित करना

Synonyms- arouse, attract, excite

◾Use Titillate in a sentence

Example  – Kareena hoped her sexy dress would titillate her husband so much he would overlook her outrageous credit card bills.

27) Guffaw(n) – a loud and hearty laugh.
ठहाका लगाना

Synonyms- hearty laugh, loud laugh, roar of laughter

◾Use Guffaw in a sentence

Example- Sara Ali Khan guffawed with delight when she heard the news about the success of her film.

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28) Consonance  (n) – agreement or compatibility between opinions or actions.

Synonyms  – agreement, accord, unison

◾Use Consonance in a sentence

Example  – There was a consonance between Deepika and her director.

29) Exultation (n) – extreme happiness

Synonyms  – pleasure, jubilation, joy

◾Use Exultation in a sentence

Example  – Kareena laughed in exultation.

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30) Penultimate- second from the last

◾Use Penultimate in a sentence

Example – Sonal skipped the party because she didn’t want to miss the penultimate episode of her favourite TV show.

31) Fuss (n) – objection, trouble, argument,etc.
बात का बतंगड़  बनाना 

◾Use Fuss in a sentence

  Example – I don’t want to make a fuss,but this soup is not what I ordered.

32) Swagger (adj) – to talk in a proud and confident way.
अकड़ कर चलना 

◾Use Swagger in a sentence

Example – People are die hard fan of Salman’s swagger attitude.

33) Scramble (v) – to hurry or try very hard to get something, often competing with other people.
छीना झपटी करना 

◾Use Scramble in a sentence

Example – Reporters always scramble to finish stories by deadline.

34) Souvenir (n) – commemorative, keepsake. 
यादगार,  निशानी 

◾Use Souvenir in a sentence

Example – Suhana Khan still has a piece of rock as a souvenir from my last trip at Grand Canyon.

35) Prelude (n) – introduction, beginning, start.

◾Use Prelude in a sentence

Example – Movie trailers are often used as a prelude to feature films.

36) Ignominy (n) – disgrace, shame, humiliation, etc.

◾Use Ignominy in a sentence

Example – The intimate pictures leaked online, brought ignominy to Pakistani singer who threatened PM modi with snakes. 

37) Hoodwink (v) – to trick or deceive.
चालाकी करना 

◾Use Hoodwink in a sentence

Example  – Don’t let yourself be hoodwinked into buying things you don’t need.

38) Reiterate (v ) – repeat, retell,restate.
बार बार  कहना 

◾Use Reiterate in a sentence

Example  – Item girl Rakhi Sawant has a habit of reiterating her statements unnecessarily. 

39) Tapestry  (n) – used in reference to an intricate or complex sequence of events.
चित्र यवनिका,  

◾Use Tapestry in a sentence

Example – The human body is formed by a complex tapestry of DNA, which is highly complicated and precise.

40) Soar(v) – rise, increase,  climb,  etc.
तेज़ी से बढ़ना, उड़ान  

◾Use Soar in a sentence

Example  – The oil shortage causes prices soar around the globe.

41) Grapple (v) – to try hard to understand a difficult idea or to solve a difficult problem.
पकड़ना, भिड़ जाना 

◾Use Grapple in a sentence

Example  – A player is taught to grapple his opponent to achieve victory.

42) Euphoric (adj) – characterized by or feeling intense excitement and happiness.
खुशी से भरा हुआ माहौल

◾Use Euphoric in a sentence

Example  – Although the movie was a bit boring,  I loved the feeling of euphoria I got at the end.

43) Predicament (n) – a difficult,  unpleasant,  or embarrassing situation.

◾Use Predicament in a sentence

Example – Many students find themselves in the predicament of not being able to afford private colleges.

44) Undermine (v) – to weaken gradually or insidiously.
कमज़ोर कर देना 

◾Use Undermine in a sentence

Example – The secret agency sent beautiful women to spy on members of the military and undermine their loyalty.

45) Inescapable (adj) – unable to be avoided or denied.

◾Use Inescapable in a sentence

Example- The prison was famed for being inescapable. 

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