1. Incisive (tikshn/ prabhavshali)

Suitable for cutting or piercing; incisive teeth”; “the piercing needle”

  1. Indolent (aalas se)

In an indolent manner; “he lives indolently with his relatives”

  1. Inept (ayogy/anupyukt/ akushalta)

Generally incompetent and ineffectual; feckless attempts to repair the plumbing”; “inept handing of the account”

  1. Infamy (kukhyati/ dushtata)

A state of extreme dishonour; “a date which will live in infamy”- F.D. Roosevelt; “the name was a by—word of scorn and opprobrium throughout the city”

  1. Inhibit (rokna /nirodh karna/ badha dalna)

Limit the range or extent of; “contact between the young was inhibited by strict social customs”

  1. Innate (sahaj/ janmjaat/ antarjaat)

Not established by conditioning or learning; “ an unconditioned reflex”

  1. Insatiable (jo trapt na ho/ atarapy)

Impossible to satisfy; “an insatiate appetite”; “an insatiable demand for old buildings to restore”;

  1. Insular (alag thalag/ simit/ dvipiye)

Relating to or characteristic of ao situated on an island; insular territories”; “hawaiis insular culture”

  1. Intrepid (nirbhay/ nidar)

Invulnerable to fear or intimidation; “audacious explorer”; “fearless reporters and photographers”; “intrepid pioneers”

  1. Inveterate (abhyast/ pakka/ purana)

Having a habit of long standing; “a chronic smoker”

  1. Jubilant (harshit/ vijaykari)

Joyful and proud especially because of triumph or success; “rejoicing crowds filled the streets on VJ day”; “triumphal success”; “a triumph shout”

  1. Knell (ghanta/ ghanta bja kar mrtyu ki suchna dena)

The sound of a bell rung slowly to announce a death or a funeral or the end of something

  1. Lithe (lacheela/ sunamay)

Moving bending with ease

  1. Maverick (aprampragat/ vidrohi)

An unbranded rang animal (especially a stray calf); belong to the first person who puts a brand on it

  1. Maxim (niti vachan/ sukti)

English inventor (born in the United States) who invented the Maxim gun that was used in World War I (1840-1916)

  1. Meticulous (satark/ atisavdhan)

Marked by precise accordance with details; “meticulous research“; “punctilious in his attention to rules of etiquette”

  1. Modicum (tukda/ thodi si matra)

A small or moderate or token amount; “England still expects a modicum of eccentricity in its artists”- Ian Jack

  1. Morose (chidchida/ rukha/ udasi)

Showing a brooding ill humor; “a dark scowl”; “the proverbially dour New England puritan”; “a glum, hopeless shrug”

  1. Myriad (angina sankhya/ bahut sa)

The cardinal number that is the product of ten and one thousand

  1. Nadir (sabse nimn star/ bikul nomn star)

An extreme state of sdversity; the lowest point of anything

  1. Nominal (bahut mamuli/ naam maatr ka/ naam k liye)

Insignificiantly small; a matter of form only(‘tokenish is informal); “the fee wasnominal”; “a token gesture of resistance”; “a tokenish gesture”

  1. Novice (nausikhiya/ nya ghoda)

Someone who has entered a religious order but has not taken final vows

  1. Nuance (bariki/ suksjm bhed)

A subtle difference in meaning or opinion or attitude; “without understanding the finer nuances you can’t enjoy the humor”; “don’t argue about shades of meaning”

  1. Oblivious (anjaan/ bekhabar)

Failing to keep in mind; “forgetful of her responsibilities”; “oblivious old age”

  1. Obsequious (chaplusi)

Attentive in an ingratiating or servile manner; “obsequious shop assistant”

  1. Obtuse (murkh/ beakal/ matimand)

Of an angle; between 90 and 180 degrees

Of a leaf shape; rounded at the apex

  1. Panacea (rambaan/ sarv rog nashak aushadhi)

Hypothetical remedy for all ills or diseases; once sought by the alchemists

  1. Parody (nakal karna/ vidrupika)

A composition that imitates somebody style in a humorous way

Humorous or satirical mimicry

  1. Penchant (ruchi/ pravarti/ lagan)

A strong liking; “my own preference is for good literature”; “the Irish have penchant for blarney”

  1. Perusal (avlokan)

Reading carefully with intent to remember

  1. Plethora (bahulta/ aadhikya)

Extreme excess; “an embarrassment of riches

  1. Prediction (jhukav/ rachna/ purvabhiruchi)

A strong liking; “my own preference is for good literature”; “the Irish have a penchant for blarney”

  1. Quaint (anokha ya akarshak/ ajeeb)

Strange in an interesting or pleasing way: “quaint dialect words”; “quaint dialect words”; “quaint streets of New Orleans, that most foreign of American cities”

  1. Rash (phunsi/ atishighr/ jadbazi me)

Imprudently incurring risk; “so something rash that he will forever repent”- George Meredith

  1. Refurbish (sjavat karna/ navinikaran)

Make brighter and prettier; “we refurbished the guest wing”; “my wife wants us to renovate”

  1. Repudiate (mukar jana/ tyag krana)

Cast off or disown; “she renounced her husband “; “the parents repudiated their son”

  1. Rife (paripurn/ prachalit/ bhara hua)

Encounted generally especially at the present time; the prevailing opinion was that a trade war could be averted”

  1. Salient (pramukh/ mukhay)

(Military) the part of the line of battle that project closest to the enemy

  1. Serendipity (aksamik labhvariti/aavishkaran praviti)

Good luck in making unexpected and fortunate discoveries

  1. Staid (gambheer/ ubaau)

Characterized by dignity and propriety

  1. Superfluous (anavashyak/ atirikt/ nirarthak)

Serving no useful purpose; having no excuse for being; “otiose lines in a ply”; “advice is wasted words”

  1. Sycophant (chaplus/ khushamadi/ chugalkhor)

A person who tries to please someone in order to gain a personal advantage

  1. Taciturn (alp bhashi/chuppa / khamoshi se)

Habitually reserved and uncommunicative

  1. Truculent (ldaka/ ugr dhang se)

Defiantly aggressive; “a truculent speech against the new government

  1. Umbrage (kop/ rosh/ chhayadar)

A feeling of anger caused by being offended; “he took offence at my question”

  1. Venerable (sammany/ pujy)

Impressive by reasons of age; “a venerable sage with white hair and beard”

  1. Vex (chid hona/ khijana/ ghussa karna/ ghbra dena)

Disturb the peace of mind of; afflict with mental agitation or distress; “i cannot sleep-my daughters heal this worrying me”

  1. Vociferous (kolahalpurn/ shorgulpurn)

Conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry; “blatant radios”; “a clamorous uproar”; “strident demands”; “a vociferous mob”

  1. Wanton

Waste time; spend ones time idly or inefficiently

Indulge in a carefree or voluptuous way of life

  1. Zenith (charam bindu/ shirobindu)

The point above the observer that is directly opposite the nadir on the imaginary sphere against which celestial bodies appear to be projected

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