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1. EMBOLDEN (Verb)  : प्रोत्साहित करना
Meaning: give (someone) the courage or confidence to do something.
Synonyms:  encourage, hearten, strengthen, fortify
Antonyms: dishearten, discourage
Example: The coach hoped his speech would embolden his team to win the playoff game

2. EXONERATE (Verb) : मुक्त करना
Meaning: (of an official body) absolve (someone) from blame for a fault or wrongdoing.
Synonyms: absolve, clear, acquit,
Antonyms: charge, convict
Example: The job of the defense attorney is to exonerate his clients and keep them out of jail.

3. BENIGN (Adjective) : दयालु
Meaning: gentle and kind.
Synonyms: kind, warm-hearted, good-natured, friendly
Antonyms: unfriendly, hostile
Example: You would never have guessed his intentions from the benign expression on his face.

4. GRISLY (Adjective) : क्रूर / डरावना
Meaning: causing horror or disgust.
Synonyms: gruesome, ghastly, frightful, horrid,
Antonyms: pleasant, attractive
Example: Many massacres in history fade while some linger as grisly curiosities.

5. PERNICIOUS (Adjective) : नुकसानदेह
Meaning: having a harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle way.
Synonyms: harmful, damaging, destructive, injurious
Antonyms: beneficial, benign, favourable
Example: If you are going to behave in such a pernicious manner, I would prefer to not be around you.

Important Words from the Article

1.Word: Usher (उपशिक्षक/ संचालन करना)
Pronunciation: uhsh-er/अशर
Part of Speech: Noun, Verb
Meaning: a person who shows people to their seats, especially in a cinema or theatre or at a wedding. [Noun]
a. show or guide (someone) somewhere. [Verb]
b. cause or mark the start of something new. [Verb]
Synonyms: guide, lead, escort, attendant
Antonyms: mislead, misguide
Usage in a sentence: He did part-time work as an usher in a theatre.

2.Word: Tangible (स्पर्शगम्य)
Pronunciation: tan-juh-buhl/ टैन्जबल
Part of Speech: Adjective
Meaning: perceptible by touch.
Synonyms: palpable, real, concrete, substantial
Antonyms: abstract, intangible, imaginary
Usage in a sentence: The policy has not yet brought any tangible.

3.Word: Reconciliation (मिलान)
Pronunciation: rek-uh n-sil-ee-ey-shuh n/ रेकन्सिलीऐशन
Part of Speech: Noun
Meaning: the restoration of friendly relations.
Synonyms: reunion, accord, compromise
Antonyms: conflict, breakup, feud, estrangement
Usage in a sentence: There was little hope of reconciliation between the two groups.

4.Word: Pervasive (प्रसारित हो जानेवाला)
Pronunciation: per-vey-siv/ पर्वेसिव
Part of Speech: Adjective
Meaning: (especially of an unwelcome influence or physical effect) spreading widely throughout an area or a group of people.
Synonyms: prevalent, penetrating, ubiquitous
Antonyms: limited, controlled, restricted
Usage in a sentence: Alcohol is still a pervasive problem with high - school students.

5.Word: Swathe (पट्टा)
Pronunciation: sweyth / स्वैद
Part of Speech: Noun
Meaning: a broad strip or area of something.
Synonyms: bandage, strip
Usage in a sentence: Building the tunnel would involve cutting a great swathe through the forest.

6.Phrase: Ward off (बचाव करना)
Pronunciation: wawrd ov/ वॉर्ड ऑफ
Part of Speech: Phrasal Verb
Meaning: To ward off a danger or illness means to prevent it from affecting you or harming you.
Synonyms: avert, prevent, avoid, repel
Antonyms: allow, intervene
Usage in a sentence: In an attempt to ward off criticism, the government has made education a priority.

7.Word: Reckon (हिसाब करना)
Pronunciation: rek-uhn/ रेकन
Part of Speech: Verb
Meaning: establish by calculation.
Synonyms: calculate, figure, estimate, compute
Antonyms: ponder
Usage in a sentence: His debts were reckoned at £300,000.

8.Word: Redress (उपाय करना)
Pronunciation: ree-dres/रिड्रेस
Part of Speech: Verb
Meaning: remedy or set right (an undesirable or unfair situation).
Synonyms: remedy, correct, rectify
Antonyms: wrong, worsen, blighted
Usage in a sentence: Attempts are being made to redress the imbalance between our import and export figures.

9.Word: Fanatical (कट्टर)
Pronunciation: fuh-nat-i-kuhl / फनैटिकल
Part of Speech: Adjective
Meaning: filled with excessive and single-minded zeal.
Synonyms: zealous, fanatic, rabid
Antonyms: dispassionate, unenthusiastic
Usage in a sentence: She is fanatical about keeping fit.

10.Word: Propel (उकसाना)
Pronunciation: pruh-pel / प्रपेल
Part of Speech: Verb
Meaning: drive or push something forwards.
Synonyms: thrust, drive, push
Antonyms: restrain, hold, keep
Usage in a sentence: We must first calculate the horse-power needed to propel the ship.

[21:14, 5/21/2019] +91 97084 53029: Economic growth figures for the first quarter of this financial year seem to support the claim that the worst for the Indian economy is over. The gradual revival is also an indication that the government’s stimulus package is ----------1. What could, however, upset the positive outlook is the drought that ----------2 large parts of the country and its impact on overall growth. Even though the monsoon had picked up ----------3, the rains received were grossly ----------4. There are clear ----------5 that farm output, particulars cereals, will fall drastically. Insufficient rain is bound to --------6 up the prices of agricultural commodities and that would impact the economy as a whole. The drought would ----------7 a reduction in rural employment and consumption besides inflation in the
prices of food articles. Food prices have been ----------8 since the past few months.
And lower agriculture production is likely to ----------9 the situation. The government has said that food grain from the buffer stocks will be used to keep prices ----------10.
[21:14, 5/21/2019] +91 97084 53029: 1. A. Ambiguous       B. working
    C. Impractical
     D. failing
    E. dissatisfactory

2. A. hit                    B. effected
    C. annihilate
      D. damaging
    E. affect

3. A. presently B. meagre
    C. later
       D. unfavorably
    E. unseasonably

4. A. missing       B. ample
    C. atrocious 
D. enough
    E. inadequate

5. A. reason            B. results
    C. indications
   D. advice
    E. contradictions

6. A. put               B. fasten
    C. increase
     D. shoot
    E. augmenting

7. A. contribute     B. result
    C. refer
              D. lead
    E. trigger

8. A. increasing      B. improving
    C. stagnant
        D. unstable
    E. volatile

9. A. ease               B. smoothen
    C. worsen
          D. aggravate
    E. ratify

10. A. volatile         B. afford
      C. lower
          D. down
     E. unprofitable
[21:18, 5/21/2019] +91 88381 32941: 1. B

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