DAILY VOCAB

1. Sluggish (adjective): Slow-moving or inactive. (सुस्त, आलसी)
Synonyms: Languid, Torpid, Lethargic, Indolent
Antonyms: Brisk, Active, Lively, Vigorous
Example: The sluggish pace of the project is worrisome.
 
2. Extraneous (adjective): Irrelevant or unrelated to the subject being dealt with. (बाहरी, असम्बद्ध, असंगत)
Synonyms: Impertinent, Irrelevant, Inapposite, Unconnected
Antonyms: Germane, Relevant, Pertinent, Appropriate
Example: These questions are extraneous to the issue being discussed.
 
3. Belligerent (adjective): Eager to fight or argue. (लड़ाकू, युद्धरत)
Synonyms: Bellicose, Truculent, Pugnacious, Hostile, Aggressive
Antonyms: Friendly, Affable, Conciliatory, Amicable
Example: She was so belligerent that I gave up trying to explain.
 
4. Fortitude (noun): The strength of mind that enables a person to endure pain or hardship. (धैर्य, साहस, दृढ़ता)
Synonyms: Courage, Bravery, Resilience, Mettle,
Antonyms: Cowardice, Timorousness, Timidity, Pusillanimity
Example: She endured her illness with great fortitude.
5. Reckon (verb): To think or believe: (मानना, अनुमान किया जाना)
Synonyms: Consider, Estimate, Suppose, Surmise,
Example: I Reckon It’s Going To Rain.
Related: Reckoned, Reckoned
6. Crevice (noun): A narrow opening, especially in a rock or wall. (दरार, छिद्र)
Synonyms: Crack, Fissure, Cleft, Chink, Interstice,
Antonyms: Closing, Juncture, Joint
Example: Many creatures hide in crevices in the rock.
 
7. Apprehensive (adjective): Anxious or fearful that something bad or unpleasant will happen. (भयभीत, चिंतित, आशंकित)
Synonyms: Anxious, Worried, Nervous, Concerned,
Antonyms: Unimportant, Unknown, Ordinary, Common
Example: With recent job cuts, Kate is apprehensive about losing her job
 
8. Equanimity (noun): Calmness and composure, especially in a difficult situation. (समभाव, धीरज)
Synonyms: Poise, Aplomb, Imperturbability, Composure
Antonyms: Agitation, Frustration, Irascibility, Perturbation
Example: During the horrible storm, it was hard for us to focus and maintain our equanimity.
9. Gaunt (adjective): Very thin, especially because of sickness or hunger. (दुबला-पतला, मरियल)
Synonyms: Emaciated, Haggard, Cadaverous, Skeletal
Antonyms: Plump, Corpulent, Rotund, Obese, Chubby
Example: He was also suffering from the flu, which made him appear gaunt and ill.
10. Grin (noun): A broad smile. (मुस्कराहट, हंसी)
Synonyms: Sneer, Smirk, Laugh, Simper
Antonyms: Gloom, Glower, Grimace, Sulk
Example: I assumed things had gone well for him because he had a big grin on his face.

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