1. MALICIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (दुर्भावनापूर्ण): spiteful
Synonyms: malevolent, hostile
Example Sentence: He had been found guilty of malicious damage.
2. INAUGURATE (VERB): (आरंभ करना): initiate
Synonyms: begin, start
Antonyms: wind up
Example Sentence: He inaugurated a new policy of trade and exploration.
3. ANXIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (चिंतित): worried
Synonyms: concerned, apprehensive
Example Sentence: She was extremely anxious about her exams.
4. RESUMPTION (NOUN): (पुनरारंभ): restart
Synonyms: restarting, reopening
Example Sentence: The rain has stopped, but we’re still waiting for the resumption of the game.
5. NORMALITY (NOUN): (सामान्यता): routine
Synonyms: business as usual, order
Example Sentence: The office gradually returned to a semblance of normality.
6. SEMBLANCE (NOUN): (दिखावा): appearance
Synonyms: approximation, show
Example Sentence: She tried to force her thoughts back into some semblance of order.
7. SNARL (VERB): (फंसाना): tangle
Synonyms: entangle, entwine
Example Sentence: The trailing lead got snarled up in a bramble bush.
8. SPECTRE (NOUN): (भूत): ghost
Synonyms: phantom, apparition
Antonyms: body, flesh
Example Sentence: A dread of spectres and witches affected every aspect of daily life.
9. VETERAN (NOUN): (अनुभवी): old hand
Synonyms: old-timer, old stager
Example Sentence: Napoleon was at the head of a veteran army.
10. EXPATRIATE (ADJECTIVE): (प्रवासी): emigrant
Synonyms: non-native, émigré
Example Sentence: Expatriate workers are found everywhere.