SALUBRIOUS (Adjective) : स्वास्थ्यप्रद
Meaning: favorable to or promoting health or well-being
Synonyms: medicinal, tonic
Antonyms: unhealthy, insalubrious
Example: Emergent public health and sanitary experts actively sought the most salubrious and efficient means of refuse disposal.
INCANDESCENT (adjective) : उज्ज्वल
Meaning: white, glowing, or luminous with intense heat
Synonyms: bright, illuminating
Antonyms: gloomy, murky
Example: The mountain’s snow-white peak was incandescent against the blue sky.
ACCRETIVE (Adjective) : संचयी
Meaning: produced by or growing by a series of additions of identical or similar things
Synonyms: cummulative, additive
Antonyms: degressive, decremental
Example: A lower price should also make deal earnings accretive sooner than the current 2013 – 2014 time frame.
ECHELON (noun) : श्रेणीबद्ध करना, सोपानक
Meaning: a level or rank in an organization, a profession, or society.
Synonyms: status, rank, grade, stratum.
Antonyms: slope, unemployment, unsettle.
Usage: The prominent college ranks among the top echelon of schools in the nation.
HURL (verb) : वेग से फेंकना
Meaning: throw or impel (someone or something) with great force.
Synonyms: fling, cast, project, propel.
Antonyms: dawdle, dally, amble, plod.
Usage: Pitchers will hurl the baseball at the catchers in a baseball game which will usually get clocked at a 100 miles per hour.
WOO (verb) : प्रीति करना
Meaning: seek the favor, support, or custom of.
Synonyms: chase, pursue, ingratiate,
Antonyms: deter, affront, repulse, reject.
Usage: Political parties have roped in Bollywood stars only to woo the young.
FETTER (Verb) : बेड़ी
Meaning: confine or restrict (someone).
Synonyms: restrict, restrain, constrain, confine, limit
Antonyms: aid, allow, assist, expedite
Example: It could fetter the independence of the judiciary.
HONE (Verb) : पैना
Meaning: to make sharp or sharper
Synonyms: edge, grind, sharpen, stone
Antonyms: blunt, dull
Example: honed the knifeʼs blade to razor-like sharpness
ARTIFICE (Noun) : चालाकी
Meaning: clever or cunning devices or expedients, especially as used to trick or deceive others.
Synonyms: deceit, deception, guile, trickery
Antonyms: honesty, openness
Example: When the con artist tried to fool the old man with his artifice, he found himself in front of the man’s loaded shotgun.