1. DISCRETIONARY (ADJECTIVE): (वैकल्पिक): optional
Synonyms: non-compulsory, voluntary
Antonyms: obligatory, involuntary
A wide range of optional excursions is offered.
2. MUZZLE (VERB): (रोकना): censor
Synonyms: suppress, stifle
Antonyms: permit, liberate
Opposition leaders accused him of muzzling the news media.
3. RECANT (VERB): (वापस लेना): take back something said
Synonyms: annul, renounce
Antonyms: accept, agree
The judge ordered the magazine to recant the false statements it made about the actress.
4. PUERILE (ADJECTIVE): (बचकाना): childish
Synonyms: callow, infantile
Antonyms: mature, adult
The fireman was scolded for playing puerile pranks on his coworkers.
5. RHAPSODIZE (VERB): (बड़बड़ाना): rave
Synonyms: babble, declaim
Antonyms: be quiet, be happy
You’d rhapsodize with him to his heart’s content.
6. NEFARIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (कुटिल): bad
Synonyms: horrible, odious
Antonyms: delightful, gentle
One man employed his nefarious scheme to hack into people’s computers and steal bank account’s information.
7. JITTERY (ADJECTIVE): (परेशान): nervous
Synonyms: restless, anxious
Antonyms: calm, composed
She felt jittery before her stage performance.
8. OBFUSCATE (VERB): (अस्पष्ट करना): confuse
Synonyms: baffle, becloud
Antonyms: clarify, enlighten
Because I am a sympathetic teacher, I avoid using language which will obfuscate my students.
9. REPREHENSIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (दोषारोपण करने योग्य): very bad
Synonyms: culpable, disgraceful
Antonyms: good, kind
Instead of making reprehensible comments about women, go spread some cheer.
10. ORDAIN (VERB): (स्थापित करना): establish
Synonyms: anoint, enact
Antonyms: ignore, refuse
John knows the ministry will never ordain him as a priest because of his checkered past.