The Hindu Vocabulary List of 625 Most Frequently Repeated Words

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The Hindu Vocabulary

In this list, we extracted most frequently repeated vocabulary words from “The Hindu” Editorials and listed as under the name of ” The Hindu Vocabulary”. Along with meaning, we also provided synonyms for the vocabulary section.

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  1. Rationalize (verb) = Trying to justify with logical reasons;
    Synonyms: Defend; Vindicate; Excuse; Justify; Extenuate;
  2. Regime (noun) = System of rule;
    Synonyms: Reign; Rule; Tenure;
  3. Marred (verb) = Making spoil or damage or imperfect;
    Synonyms: Hurt; Damage; Taint; Impair; Ruin;
  4. Stuttering (noun) = Irregular progress in the system;
    Synonyms: Stammer; Faltering; Halting; Splutter;
  5. Augment (verb) = Improve by boosting;
    Synonyms: Enhance; Inflate; Strengthen; Expand;
  6. Glitches (noun) = Sudden defects or errors;
    Synonyms: Problem; Defect; Snag; Bug; Flaw;
  7. Snarls (noun) = Disorders or Complications;
    Synonyms: Morass; Complication; Chaos; Threaten;
  8. Rhetoric (noun) = The skill of effective long speech with expressions;
    Synonyms: Oratory; Eloquence; Magniloquence; Elocution; Promposity;
  9. Buoyancy (noun) = Tendency to float;
    Synonyms: lightness; Resilience;
  10. Imperative (adjective) = Having vital importance;
    Synonyms: Necessary; Compulsory; Crucial; Obligatory;
  11. Tinker (verb) = Trying to repair or improve;
    Synonyms: Fiddle with; Dabble; Repair; Putter; Puddle;
  12. Populist (noun) = A member if the people’s or democratic party;
    Synonyms: Socialist; Constitutional; Egalitarian;
  13. Recourse (noun) = Alternative option or source of help in critical condition;
    Synonyms: Remedy; Expedient; Choice; Resort; Help; Refuge; Possibility;
  14. Proposal (noun) = Activity of suggesting or presentation for adoption or action;
    Synonyms: Bid; Idea; Motion; Offer; Plan; Scheme; Submission; Approach;
  15. Ailing (adjective) = unwell in health or troubled in progress;
    Synonyms: Debilitated; Indisposed; Feeble; Weak; Troubled;
  16. Envisage (verb) = Imagination or prediction of the possibility of the event in future;
    Synonyms: Foresee; Predict; Forecast; Expect; Imagine; Visualize;
  17. Speculation (noun) =  Consideration or contemplation or guessing of something;
    Synonyms: Belief; Conjecture; Opinion; Thought; Guesswork;
  18. Gloss (noun) = Superficial shining;
    Synonyms: Sheen; Glaze; Gleam; Polish; Luster; Silkiness;
  19. Waive (verb) = Give up or refrain from using;
    Synonyms: Abandon; Let go; Reject; Surrender; Abjure; Relinquish;
  20. Contagion (noun) = Spreading thing by direct or indirect contact;
    Synonyms: Taint; Transmission; Infirmity; Pestilence; Contamination;
  21. Implication (noun) = The impact or conclusion of decision in future;
    Synonyms: Significance; Assumption; Indication; Conclusion;
  22. Ambit (noun) = Having scope;
    Synonyms: Extent; Space; Range;
  23. Autonomy (noun) =Freedom to do by one’s wish or Independence;
    Synonyms:  Freedom; Independence; Sovereignty; Liberty;
  24. Contentious (adjective) = Involve or tend to arguement;
    Synonyms: Combative; Quarrelsome; Argumentive; Antagonistic;
  25. Flaw (noun) = Defects; Features limits the Perfection;
    Synonyms: Fault; Deficiency; Inadequacy; Blemish; Bugs;
  26. Corpus (noun) = Body of collection or mass;
    Synonyms: Compilation; Core; Body; Entity;
  27. Weed out = Decreasing of useless or unnecessary things;
    Synonyms: Decrease; Diminish; Weaken; Trim;
  28. Dubious (adjective) : Having doubtful quality;
    Synonyms: Arguable; Debatable; Hesitant; Unreliable; Improbable;
  29. Prosecution (noun) = Act of Continuation of legal proceedings against anything to complete.
    Synonyms: Accomplishment; Execution; Undertaking; Pursuit; Achievement;
  30. Doldrums (noun) = The state of stagnation or period of depression;
    Synonyms: Depression; Melancholy, Gloom; Slump; Stupor; Boredom;
  31. Instance (noun) = An example of a particular case or any occurrence;
    Synonyms: Situation; Example; Occasion; Proof;
  32. Overwhelming (adjective) = Something has more power or great amount;
    Synonyms: Profuse; Enormous; Massive; Prodigious; Stupendous; Vast;
  33. Gauge (verb) = Exact Measuring of dimension or capacity or force or quantity;
    Synonyms: Criterion; Indicator; Degree; Benchmark;
  34. Crises (noun) = Critical condition or situation;
    Synonyms: Crunch; Disaster; Impasse; Confrontation;
  35. Taper (verb) = To be reducing or diminishing;
    Synonyms:  Decrease; Lessen; Recede; Dwindle;
  36. Tantrum (noun) = Sudden uncontrolled range of bursting;
    Synonyms: Outburst; Flare-up; Conniption; Temper;
  37. Bottoming out (verb) = To reach a worst lowest position;
    Synonyms: Move; Shift; Change; Alter;
  38. Crisis (noun) = Critical or danger or instable condition;
    Synonyms: Trouble; Disaster; Dilemma; Crunch; Emergency; Confrontation;
  39. Impeded (verb) = Obstruct in the progress or movement;
    Synonyms: Hinder; Curb; Obstruct; Stymie; Thwart; Retard; Hamper; Deter;
  40. Deteriorating (verb) = To become more worse;
    Synonyms: Degenerate; Decay; Decline; Depreciate; Crumble; Languish;
  41. Clocking (verb) = Inspecting or watching;
    Synonyms: Audit; Investigate; Observe; Scrutinize; Supervise;
  42. Commodity (noun) = Goods or products of trade or marketing;
    Synonyms: Asset; Goods; Material; Product; Stock; Property;
  43. Prone (adjective) = Liable or tendency to suffer from unpleasant experience;
    Synonyms: Vulnerable; Liable; Susceptible;
  44. Insolvency (noun) = State of being failed or collapsed;
    Synonyms: Liquidation; Failure; Ruin; bankruptcy; Implosion; Inadequacy;
  45. Bankruptcy (noun) = The situation of inability to pay debts.
    Synonyms: Failure; Loss; Liquidation; Disaster;
  46. Segregate (verb) = Separation or set apart;
    Synonyms: Isolate; Insulate; Dissociate; Sequester;
  47. Disruptive (adjective) = Causing troublesome or undisciplined;
    Synonyms: Disturbing; Upsetting; Unruly; riotous;
  48. Resilience (noun) = The capacity to regain to its original form;
    Synonyms: Flexibility; Pliancy; Recoil;
  49. Stemming (verb) = Originating or causing from;
    Synonyms: Arise; Derive; Spring; Develop;
  50. Imperative (adjective) = Essential or crucial in nature;
    Synonyms: Vital; Critical; Necessary; Compulsory;
  51. Patchy (adjective) = Having inconsistent quality;
    Synonyms: Erratic; Irregular; Uneven;
  52. Lackadaisical (adjective) = Lacking interest or enthusiasm;
    Synonyms: Careless; lazy; Unenthusiastic; Uninterested; Lethargic;
  53. Tackle (noun) = Deal with difficult task or problem;
    Synonyms: Intercept; Challenge; Block;
  54. Undernourishment (adjective) = Lack of proper nutrition for being healthy or growth of body;
    Synonyms: Starvation; Hunger; Malnourished;
  55. Reform (verb) = Making of improvement of existing situation; Rectifying mistakes;
    Synonyms: Correction; Rectify; Amend; Improve; Rehabilitate; Renovate;
  56. Endure (verb) = To bear or suffer hard times or difficulties with patience;
    Synonyms: Tolerate; Face; Feel; Suffer; Sustain; Weather; Withstand;
  57. Deprivation (noun) = Lacking or damaging of basic essential needs to live in society;
    Synonyms: Poverty; Impoverishment; Penury; Privation; Hardship; Destitution;
  58. Conflict (noun) = Severe argument or fight; Struggle;
    Synonyms: Battle; Clash; Combat; Rivalry; Struggle;
  59. Confound (verb) = Sudden disturbance or confusion;
    Synonyms: Amaze; Embarrass; Surprise; Astonish; Confuse; Perplex; Bewilder;
  60. Stunting (verb) = Making slow down of growth or development;
    Synonyms: Abate; Curtail; Curb; Decelerate; Diminish; Slacken; Retard;
  61. Disparities (noun)= Difference; Imbalance; Inequalities; Variation;
  62. Slapped (noun) = A Sharp strike or blow against something;
    Synonyms: Blip; Blow; Punch; whack; Strike; Spank; Smack; Clout; Cuff; Thwack;
  63. Enmity (noun) = Feeling of hatred or hostility;
    Synonyms: Animosity; Antagonism; Antipathy; Rivalry; Opposition;
  64. Appalling (adjective) = Causing or making horror or dismay or shock;
    Synonyms: Horrific; Terrible; Ghastly; Astounding; Frightful;
  65. Protracted (adjective) = Long Lasting or make longer or extending the duration;
    Synonyms: Extensive; Lengthen; Expanded; Sustained; Elongated;
  66. Agitation (noun) = A state of disturbance or turmoil;
    Synonyms: Turbulence; Anxiety; Unrest; Stirring; Disturbance;
  67. Divergent (adjective) = Making or developing in different ways;
    Synonyms: Dissimilar; Unlike; Different;
  68. Vindictive (adjective) = Showing a spirit or desire for revenge;
    Synonyms: Revengeful; Hateful; Ruthless; Unforgiving; Vengeful;
  69. Patronage (noun) = Giving support by patron or sponsor;
    Synonyms: Sponsorship; Funding; Assistance; Guaranty; Encouragement;
  70. Apprehension (noun) = Anxiety or fear of something unpleasant in future;
    Synonyms: Anxiety; Alarm; Panic; Dread; Unease; Concern; Tension;
  71. Disarray (noun) = Situation of disorder or confusion;
    Synonyms: Anarchy; Confusion; Mess;
  72. Impact (noun) = Considerable effect or influence occurred from something.
    Synonyms: Effect; Impression; Consequences;
  73. Staggering (adjcetive) = Nature of overwhelming;
    Synonyms: Stunning; Shocking; Astonishing; Astounding;
  74. Threaten (verb) = Indication of warning or Intention to do undesirable action; To be vulnerable;
    Synonyms: Intimidate; Menace; Scare; Frighten;
  75. Cutlery (noun) = Utensils made with silver;
    Synonyms: Silverware of cutting utensils; Knives; Forks;
  76. Compost (noun) = Decaying organic mixture of plant parts used as fertilizer;
    Synonyms: Fertilizer; Humus; Peat;
  77. Malaise (noun) = A condition of weakness or discomfort or disease;
     Synonyms: Depression; Sickness; Despair; Illness; Unease;
  78. Distress (noun) = A condition of suffering or extreme necessity;
     Synonyms:Pain; Agony; Affliction; Ache; Anguish; Grief; Concern;
  79. Inching (verb) = A state of creeping or dragging;
     Synonyms:: Crawling; Quailing; Shambling; Groveling;
  80.  Regime (noun) = Ruling System of organization or government;
      Synonyms: Leadership; Administration; Management; Reign;
  81.  Procurement (noun) = Getting something by effort;
      Synonyms: Obtaining; Acquisition; Attainment; Acquirement; Appropriation;
  82. Glut (verb) = Feeding or filling in excess;
      Synonyms: Overabundance; Superfluity; Oversupply; Saturation; Surplus;
  83. Culmination (noun) = The final or highest point or climax of an event.
     Synonyms: Conclusion; Pinnacle; Apex; Climax; Acme;
  84. Agitation (noun) = Process of shaking or mixing; or Making disturbance:
      Synonyms: Disturbance: Shaking: Mixing; Turmoil; Turbulence;
  85. Strapped (adjective) = The possession of shortage of something.
      Synonyms: Impoverish; Destitute; Beggared;
  86. Tangible (adjective) = Feel perception of things by touch.
      Synonyms: Tactile; Palpable; Real; Substantial; Corporeal;
  87. Dithering (verb) = Situation to be indecisive or undecided;
      Synonyms: Ambivalent; Doubtful; Uncertain; Hesitant; Unclear; Wavering;
  88. Flak (noun) = Criticism or Making complaint on someone.
    Synonyms: Abuse;Hostility; Censure; Opposition; Disparagement;
  89. Gearing Up = Make Ready;
    Synonyms: Arrange; Brace; Equip; Fit; Fortify; Organize;
  90. Intensify (verb) = Making more and severe force;
    Synonyms: Aggravate; Quicken; Boost; Deepen; Exacerbate; Sharpen;
  91. Fangle (verb) = A new Fashion or Event;
  92. Reluctance (noun) = Unlike or Unwillingness or disinclination to do something;
    Synonyms: Hesitation; Diffidence; Timidity; Trepidation; Demurral; Vacillation;
  93. Amplification (noun) = Making increase in anything either in size or effect;
    Synonyms: Elaboration; Enlargement; Exaggeration; Magnification;
  94. Anomaly (noun) = Deviation from usual or normal;
    Synonyms: Aberration; Abnormality; Deviation; Irregularity; Inconsistency;
  95. Embolden (verb) =  Encouragement to do something;
    Synonyms: Buoy; Energize; Inspire; Invigorate; Spur; Sway;
  96. Corollary (noun) = Final result or Conclusion;
    Synonyms: Conclusion; Deduction; End Result; Consequence;
  97. Inflation (noun) = General increase in prices resulting loss of value of currency;
    Synonyms: Increase; Hike; Rise; Boom; Expansion;
  98. Pace (noun) = Rate or Tempo or Speed of Movement;
    Synonyms: Velocity; Rapidity; Swiftness; Momentum;
  99. Brisk (adjective) = Active and energetic in nature;
    Synonyms: Quick; Rapid; Fast; Swift; Speedy; Spry;
  100. Cheer (noun) =  Something that makes encouragement or congratulations or joy;
    Synonyms : Joy; Delight; Optimism; Encouragement; Happiness;
  101. Propel (verb) = Drive or push to move forward;
    Synonyms : Throw; Release into air; Shoot; Thrust; Spur; Force; Catapult; Impel;
  102. Optimism (noun) =  State of having positive beliefs and hopefulness;
    Synonyms : Confidence; Trust; Elation; Happiness; Enthusiasm; Buoyancy; Cheerfulness;
  103. Heartening (adjective) = To give courage or confidence;
    Synonyms : Cheering; Promising; Reassuring; Supportive;
  104. Contraction (noun) = Process of becoming shrink or small;
    Synonyms : Reduction; Deflation; Shrinkage; Decrease; Recession;
  105. Sustain (verb) = Keep up or maintaining of strength or support;
    Synonyms : Assist; Comfort; Help; Continue;Preserve;
  106. Revival (noun) = Restoration to life or new production of old;
    Synonyms : Recovery; Rejuvenation; Resurrection; Renewal;
  107. Languish (verb) = Lose or lack of vigor and vitality or become weak;
    Synonyms : Deteriorate; Dwindle; Faint; Suffer; Weaken;
  108. Eschew (verb) = Abstain or Keep away from; Avoiding;
    Synonyms : Abandon; Avoid; Renounce; Shun; Swear off;
  109. Populism (noun) = Support or work for the concerns of an ordinary people;
    Synonyms : Socialism; Democratic; Constitutional; Egalitarian;
  110. Cheer (noun) =  Something that makes encouragement or congratulations or joy;
    Synonyms : Joy; Delight; Optimism; Encouragement; Happiness;
  111. Evoke (verb) = To call up to appear or To bring  or To elicit;
    Synonyms: Induce; Stimulate;Elicit; Invoke; Provoke; Conjure; Recall;
  112. Coalition (noun) = A group or union to form as one body by fusion temporarily;
    Synonyms: Allied Group; Association; Affiliation; Confederation; Conjunction; Fusion;
  113. Erosion (noun) = The continuous or gradual process of elimination or destruction;
    Synonyms: Deterioration; Corrosion; Abrasion; Attrition; Destruction; Wearing away;
  114. Rapprochement (noun) = Resumption or reestablishment of harmonious relations;
    Synonyms: Detente; Harmony; Reunion; Friendliness;
  115. Retain (verb) = To continue or To keep possession or hold or have;
    Synonyms: Absorb; Contain; Possess; Preserve; Contain; Keep;
  116. Alliance (noun) = Friendly Association or agreement;
    Synonyms:  Accord; Compact; Affiliation; Federation;
  117. Polarization (noun) = Division into two sharp groups of opposing opinions or beliefs;
    Synonyms: Dispersal; Diffusion; Dissipation; Divergence; Scattering;
  118. Ally (noun) = Someone or something combined with another by treaty;
    Synonyms: Associate; Partner; Friend; Collaborator;
  119. Wrest (verb) = To pull or twist or snatch forcibly from another person’s grasp.
    Synonyms: Wrench; Snatch; Grab; Pull; Jerk; Twist; Dislodge; Extract;
  120. Thwart (verb) = Prevent or stop from finishing something;
    Synonyms: Stop; Hinder; Curb; Check; Impede;
  121. Juggernaut (noun) = A huge and overwhelming power or force; Series of activities to achieve a goal without relaxing;
    Synonyms: Bandwagon; Blitz; Cavalcade; Barrage; Campaign;
  122. Pragmatism (noun) = Practical dealing with problems rather than using theory or principles.
    Synonyms: Disdain; Assumption; Egotism; Patronage; Conceit;
  123. Brazen (adjective) = Being shameless or impudent;
    Synonyms: Bold; Shameless; Unabashed; UNashamed; Immodest; Audacious;
  124. Coalition (noun) = Allied or combined group of persons:
    Synonyms: Alliance; Union; Partnership; Affiliation;
  125. Cessation (noun) = An action of ending temporarily or permanently;
    Synonyms:  Finish; Freeze; Halt; Break; Cease; Discontinuance;
  126. Retaliate (verb) = Make return attack for similar attack;
    Synonyms: Respond; React; Reply; Reciprocate;
  127. Alienation (noun) = The condition of being isolated or separated;
    Synonyms: Divide; Divorce; Separation; Estrangement; Disaffection;
  128. Spiralling (verb) = Running continuously around the center point;
    Synonyms: Revolve; Circle; Furl; Rotate;
  129. Arbitrary (adjective) = Subject to personal will or one’s discretion;
    Synonyms: Chance; Capricious; Discretionary; Whimsical; Willful; Irrational;
  130. Abandon (noun) = Leaving or give up completely;
    Synonyms: Renounce; Relinquish; Disclaim; Disown; Disavow;
  131. Propriety (noun) = Conformity to established or accepted  morals or standards;
    Synonyms: Appropriateness; Suitableness; Correctness; Morality; Decorum;
  132. Privilege (noun) = Granted rights or benefits to person;
    Synonyms: Right; Due; Freedom; Advantage; Benefit;
  133. Deficit (noun) = Shortage of required material; Expenditures exceed income;
    Synonyms: Shortage; Deficiency; Arrears; Scantiness; Inadequacy; Paucity;
  134. Dilemma (noun) = Situation of choice made between two or more undesirable alternatives;
    Synonyms: Puzzle; Impasse; Mess; Plight; Quandary; Difficulty; Predicament;
  135. Dwindling (verb) = Become shrink or smaller as in quality; Waste away;
    Synonyms: Waste away; Taper off; Abate; Decay; Decline; Wane; Wither;
  136. Depreciating (verb) = To reduce or lessen the purchase value;
    Synonyms: Lessening; Diminish; Devalue;
  137. Stumbling (verb) = Unsteady or Slip or Losing balance; Repeated mistakes;
    Synonyms: Slip; Stagger; Bumble; Limp; Lurch; Falter; Flounder;
  138. Hooked (adjective) = Addicted to something;
    Synonyms: Absorbed; Enamored; Obsessed; Depended;
  139. Scupper (verb) = Sink deliberately; Prevent from working or succeeding;
    Synonyms: Sink; Scuttle; Submerge; Ruin; Wreck; Destroy;
  140. Mustered (verb) = Gathering or Assembling for battle or inspection;
    Synonyms: Assemble; Gather; Collect; Organize; Marshal; Convene;
  141. Apportion (verb) = Distribute or allocate; Divide and share or assign  according to rules;
    Synonyms: Allocate; Allot; Assign; Administer;
  142. Riparian (adjective) = Regions situated on the bank of a river or related water bodies;
    Synonyms: Coastal; Littoral; Riverine; Waterside;
  143. Ambiguous (adjective) = Having more than one interpretations or meanings (Not having clear meaning)
    Synonyms: Cryptic; Dubious; Enigmatic; Equivocal; Unclear; Vague;
  144. Dragged (verb) = Pull something to a new place with force;
    Synonyms: Haul; Pull; Draw; Tug; Heave; Lug; Tow; Yank;
  145. Rigorous (adjective) = Characterized by severe or harsh;
    Synonyms: Brutal; Stringent; Accurate; Scrupulous; Strict; Precise;
  146. Adjudication (noun) = A formal judgment or judicial decision;
    Synonyms: Conclusion; Determination; Decision; Verdict;
  147. Disquiet (noun) = Feeling of lack of peace; Uneasiness or Worry;
    Synonyms: Mental upset; Anxiety; Ferment; Nervousness; Angst;
  148. Exaggeration (noun) = Statement expressed as better than reality;
    Synonyms: Overstatement; Dramatization; Overemphasis; Embellishment; Misjudgment;
  149. Inevitably (adverb) = Something that is unable to be avoided and  it is necessary;
    Synonyms: Necessarily; Surely;
  150. Legitimacy (noun) = Acceptable to law and rules;
    Synonyms: Legality; Justice; Lawfulness; Validity; Authority;
  151. Alien (adjective) = A person or resident  who came from an unknown or another place;
    Synonyms: Non-native; Foreign; Incongruous;
  152. Deport (verb) = To expel or send from the country;
    Synonyms: Banish; Dismiss; Expel; Exile; Oust; Relegate;
  153. Detractor (verb) = Person who disparages something;
    Synonyms: Derogator; Critic; Defamer; Depreciator;
  154. Persecution (noun) = Unfair treatment due to race or religion or political beliefs;
    Synonyms: Oppression; Victimization; Affliction; Expulsion; Ill-treatment; Massacre;
  155. Chavunism (noun) = Aggressive or extreme devotion to a belief or nation;
    Synonyms: Jingoism; Fanaticism; Nationalism; Zealotry;
  156. Conflate (verb) = To merge or fuse into one:
    Synonyms: Merge; Combine; Meld; Unify; Consolidate; Amalgamate;
  157. Duress (noun) = Constraint or compulsion by threat or force;
    Synonyms: Threat; Hardship; Coercion; Bondage; Detention;
  158. Contradiction (noun) = Statements or features opposed or vary to one another;
    Synonyms: Conflict; Difference; Disagree; Inconsistency;
  159. Assertion (noun) = A Statement or declaration;
    Synonyms: Positive statement; Affirmation; Allegation; Insistence;
  160. Elevation (noun) = Action of raising or promoting or advancement:
    Synonyms: Promotion; Advance; Upgrading; Preferment;
  161. Propriety (noun) = Conformity to accepted standanrds of morals or behaviours;
    Synonyms: Suitableness; Appropriateness; Decorum; Correctness; Legitamacy;
  162. Collegium (noun) = Group of advisory or ruling officials:
  163. Reiterate (verb) = Doing or saying something repeatedly;
    Synonyms: Echo; Renew; Repeat; Restate;
  164. Quash (verb) = Reject or supress as invalid in a legal manner.
    Synonyms: Cancel; Repeal; Revoke; Disallow; Nullify; Retract; Void;
  165. Expeditious (adjective) = Quick or prompt in characterization;
    Synonyms: Fast; Hasty; Hurried; Double-time; Rapid; Efficient;
  166. Vitiate (verb) = Spoil or impair the quality or effectiveness:
    Synonyms: Destroy; Quash; Annihilate; Negate; Abolish; Pervert;
  167. Intransigence (noun) = Refuse to change or compromise or agree;
    Synonyms: Stubbornness; Inflexibility; Obstinacy; Mulishness; Grimness; Rigidity
  168. Repercussion (noun) = Indirect effect of event or action;
    Synonyms: Effect; Impact; Influence; Reaction; Fallout;
  169. Verdict (noun) = A decision or judgment on concerning matter;
    Synonyms: Law judgment; Conclusion; Opinion; Decision;
  170. Fillip (noun) = Any action that makes rouse or excite or stimulus;
    Synonyms: Stimulate; Boost; Excite; Charge;
  171. Boast (verb) = Speaking about oneself with pride;
    Synonyms: Brag; Source of pride; Bluster; Avowal; Exaggeration;
  172. Contend (verb) = struggling or striving to oppose or compete or rivalry;
    Synonyms: Compete; Adverse; Oppose; Challenge; Rivalry;
  173. Perceive (verb) = Recognizing or aware of or identifying;
    Synonyms: Notice; See; Discern; Feel; Grasp; Observe; Realize;
  174. Shrewdly (adverb) = Sharp in practically;
    Synonyms: Astutely; Ably; Artfully; Keenly; Smartly; Skillfully; Cleverly;
  175. Cynic (noun) = A person who believes that humans are selfish and thought like they do something, if it is beneficial themselves;
    Synonyms: Non believer; Detractor; Pessimist; Misanthrope; Egoist; Flouter;
  176. Embroiled (verb) = To throw or bring or involve into complicate or conflict or dispute;
    Synonyms: Enmesh; Entangle; Ensnare; Mire; Implicate;
  177. Incumbency (noun) = Holding of position for particular period;
    Synonyms: Tenure; Grasp; Administration; Clench; Hold; Regime;
  178. Rival (adjective) = Person or Company, who is competing in same object or field with other.
    Synonyms: Competing; Opposing; Conflicting; Combating; Vying;
  179. Speculate (verb) = Engage by thinking deeply about considerable risk or chance;
    Synonyms: Contemplate; Figure out; Guess; Hypothesize; Reflect;
  180. Paradigm (noun) = Framework or Methodology accepted by scientific members;
    Synonyms: Ideal; Pattern; Model; Criterion;
  181. Bourse (noun) = A stock exchange of European countries;
  182. Peddling (verb) = Carrying goods from one place to another place for retail sale;
    Synonyms: Sell door to door; Hawk; Solicit; Canvas;
  183. Ostensibly (adverb) = Externally appearing or pretending as such;
    Synonyms: Evidently; Officially; Apparently; Seemingly;
  184. Ruffle (verb) = disturbing smoothness or evenness;
    Synonyms: Mess up; Dishevel; Rumple; Crush;
  185. Deal (Noun) = To take action with respect to a thing;
    Synonyms: Agreement, Bargain; Contract; Pact; Arrangement; Accord;Compromise;
  186. Retreat (Noun)  = Strategic withdrawal agreement;
    Synonyms : Evacuation; Withdrawal;
  187. Undermined (Verb) =To destroy by cunning or indirect action
    Synonyms: Weaken; Blunt; Threaten; Ruin; Sabotage; Subvert;
  188. Diplomacy (Noun) =Official negotiations or relations by the government between nations;
    Synonyms: Negotiation; Politics; Statecraft; Delicacy;
  189. Curtail (Verb) = To reduce or cut off a part of something;
    Synonyms : Abridge; Shorten; Trim; Diminish; Hait; Reduce;
  190. Wreck (Noun) =Severe damage;
    Synonyms: Collapse; Crash; Debris; Ruin; Junk;
  191. Enrich (Verb) = To support  with the supply of necessary requirements
    Synonyms: Augment; Develop; Enhance; Endow; Supplement;
  192. Embolden (Verb) =To make bolder;
    Synonyms: Energize; Inspire; Buoy; Invigorate; Sway; Spur;
  193. Tumultuous (Adjective) = Condition with a loud and confused noise;
    Synonyms: Confused; Boisterous; Hectic; Riotous; Raucous;
  194. Stalemate (Noun)  =  Condition or situation in which any action can’t be taken for progress;
    Synonyms:  Deadlock; Delay; Gridlock; Impasse; Standoff;
  195. Obstructionism (Noun) = Deliberately or intentionally delaying legal or legislative
    procedures;
  196. Consensus (Noun) = General agreement;
    Synonyms : Agreement; Harmony; Concord; Accord;
  197. Thwart (Verb) = Preveting or stopping from accomplishing something;
    Synonyms:  Stop; Hinder; Oppose; Curb; Counter; Stymie;    
  198. Conted (Verb) =Argument to oppose;
    Synonyms : Compete; Fight; Argue; Confront; Cope; Dispute; Grapple;
  199. Distort (Verb) =Attempt of twist to change shape;
    Synonyms : Twist; Warp; Contort; Bend; Deform; Misshape;
  200. Offset (Verb) =Counter action to balance or decrease the effect of something;
    Synonyms :  Balance; Counteract; Equal; Negate; Neutralize;
  201. Revival (Noun)  = Restoration or improvement of existing old condition;
    Synonyms:  Rebirth; Reawakening; Resurgence; Rejuvenation; Renaissance;
  202. Woe (Noun) =Condition of great sorrow or distress;
    Synonyms:  Misery; Distress; Despondency; Despair; Desolation; Suffering;
  203. Gloom (Noun) =Darkness;
    Synonyms : Melancholy; Depression; Anguish; Bitterness; Pessimism;
  204. Fragile (Adjective) =Nature of easily breakable;
    Synonyms : Delicate; Feeble; Frail; Weak; Dainty;
  205. Slump (Noun) =A sudden and severe fall or decline;
    Synonyms  Decline; Failure; Collapse; Crash; Depreciation; Dip; Fall;
  206. Inflation (Noun) =General increase in prices.
    Synonyms: Increasing; Swelling; Boom; Expansion; Hike; Rise;
  207. Sustain (Verb) =Keep up support or strengthen or maintain;
    Synonyms : Assist; Bolster; Buoy; Continue; Defend;
  208. Adultery (Noun) =Voluntary external sexual affair of married person with other;
    Synonyms : Infidelity; Extramarital affair; Affair; Fling; Matinee;
  209. Absolve (Verb) = Freedom from duty, responsibility, guilt, obligation;
    Synonyms : Acquit; Exempt; Exonerate; Forgive; Pardon; Relieve; Vindicate;
  210. Connivance (Noun) =Allow or consent to involve secretly in an illegal act;
    Synonyms : Plot; Cabal; Conspiracy; Intrigue; Scheme; Machination;
  211. Aggrieved (Adjective) =Feeling of treat of unfairly or wronged or offended;
    Synonyms: Disturbed; Grieving; Oppressed; Persecuted; Hurt; Afflicted; Resentful; Indignant; Vexed; Anguished;
  212. Culpability (Noun) =Responsibility for the wrong action; Deserved for guilty;
    Synonyms: Guilt; Blame; Fault; Responsibility; Liability;
  213. Consensual (Adjective) =Consent or agreement of people those involving;
    Synonyms: Unanimous; Consistent; Acceptance; Unified; United; Universal; Concordant; Accordant;
  214. Alliance (Noun) = Friendly agreement or treaty between two or more nations for particular purpose or benefits.
    Synonyms : Association; Accord; Affiliation; Betrothal; Collaboration;
  215. Leftists (Noun) =Persons in politically left wing;
    Synonyms: Agitator; Anarchist; Demagogue; Zealot; Propagandist;
  216. Incumbent (Adjective) =Necessary or Compulsory responsibility for someone;
    Synonyms : Compelling; Binding; Urgent; Necessary; Obligatory;
  217. Wrangling (Verb) =Arguement or long dispute in angry;
    Synonyms : Fight; Argue; Bicker; Disagree; Quibble; Tangle; Squabble;
  218. Introspect (Verb) =Self examining of own thoughts;
    Synonyms : Self analysis; Brooding; Soul-searching;
  219. Blight (Verb) = Infecting or spoiling;
    Synonyms: Mar; Taint; Blast; Damage; Decay; Crush; Shrivel;Wither; Wreck;
  220. Helm (Noun) = Point or position of control;
    Synonyms: Wheel; Command; Control; Rudder; Tiller;
  221. Cronyism (Noun) =Practice of appointing favorite ones to  positions of  authority;
    Synonyms: Patronage; Civility; Deference; Deigning; Insolence; Stooping;
  222. Pervasive (Adjective) =Spreading throughout;
    Synonyms: Extensive; Common; Inescapable; Prevalent; Rife; Ubiquitous; Universal;
  223. Reckoning (Noun) =The process of calculating or estimation;
    Synonyms : Computation; Check; Ciphering; Settlement; Grunt;
  224. Explicit (Adjective) = Clear and full demonstration without leaving anything;
    Synonyms: Clear; Direct; Plain; Obvious; Blunt; Precise; Exact;
  225. Denounce (Verb) =Accusation or informing against;
    Synonyms: Blame; Accuse; Boycott; Castigate; Criticize; Decry; Excoriate; Prosecute; Rebuke; Revile; Villify;
  226. Heinous (Adjective) =Odious; Wicked; Atrocious; Monstrous; Abominable; Contemptible; Reprehensible; Despicable; Horrible;
  227. Ambiguous (Adjective) =Having more than one meaning; Not clear in words;
    Synonyms : Equivocal; Ambivalent; Arguable; Dubious; Uncertain; Cryptic; Vague; Obscure; Puzzling; Unclear;
  228. Unwavering (Adjective) =Steady or consistent on something;
    Synonyms : Fixed; Resolute; Abide; Unfaltering; Unhesitating; Unremitting; Staunch; Unshakeable; Unswerving;
  229. Consensus (Noun) =General agreement;
    Synonyms: Accord; Harmony; Unity; Unanimity; Consent;
  230. Firming up (Verb) = Stabilize; Fix; Maintain; Preserve; Steady;
  231. Stagger (Verb) = Moving or walking unsteadily;
    Synonyms: Careen; Falter; Lurch; Shake; Teeter; Wobble;
  232. Ripple (Noun) =Waves on the surface of agitated water;
    Synonyms : Billow; Breaker; Crest; Curl; Fold; Furrow;
  233. Respite (Noun) = Rest or relief for a short period;
    Synonyms: Rest; Break; Halt; Stop; Cessation; Recess; Pause; Hiatus; Reprieve; Truce;
  234. Buttress (Verb) =Increase support or strength; Reinforce;
    Synonyms: Brace; Support; Abutment;Fortify; Uphold; Pier; Stanchion;
  235. Proffer (Verb) =Suggest or offer to someone;
    Synonyms :Offer; Tender; Present; Extend; Give; Submit; Propose;  Propound;
  236. Credo (Noun)=A statement of the aims for guide someone’s actions.
    Synonyms :Creed; Philosophy; Tenet;
  237. Swift (Adjective) =Moving with high velocity or speed;
    Synonyms :  Very fast; Rapidly; Quickly; Hastily; Expeditiously;
  238. Deliberation (Noun) =Careful or deep consideration slowly before action;
    Synonyms : Serious thought; Contemplation; Rumination; Brooding; Musing; Cogitation; Speculation;
  239. Disdain (Noun) =Considering or feeling that someone is unworthy of others consideration;
    Synonyms : Scorn; Contempt; Disrespect; Derision; Undervalue;
  240. Bigotry (Noun) =Intolerant nature towards one’s own different opinions;
    Synonyms  Discrimination; Sexism; Fanaticism; Injustice; Bias; Unfairness; Bias; Partiality; Racism;
  241. Allay (Verb) =Reducing or minimizing effect of something;
    Synonyms : Alleviate; Assuage; Calm; Ease; Lessen; Mitigate; Mollify; Pacify;
  242. Bail out (Verb) =To relieve someone out of trouble;
    Synonyms: Relieve; Rescue; Release; Deliver;
  243. Regime (Noun)=A system having leadership or rule of government;
    Synonyms :  Administration; Management; System; Tenure;
  244. Rationale (Noun) = Logical reason or fundamental reason for any action or belief;
    Synonyms :  Excuse; Explanation; Hypothesis; Justification;
  245. Dispensation (Noun) = It is an act of dispensing or distribution;
    Synonyms  : Disbursement; Allocation; Allotment; Apportionment;
  246. Abduction (Noun)  =An action of forcibly taking someone away; Illegal carrying;
    Synonyms : Kidnapping; Theft; Appropriation; Capture;
  247. Assault (Noun) = Make a sudden physical violent attack;
    Synonyms: Aggression; Offensive; Incursion; Invasion; Smack; Thrash;Spank; Swat; Thwack; Thump;
  248. Under-report (Verb) =Fail to report any news fully or completely;
  249. Prevailing (Adjective) =Existing at present or current time;
    Synonyms : Current; Predominant; Prevalent; Rampant; Usual;
  250. Impunity (Noun) = Freedo or Exemption from punishment;
    Synonyms : Immunity; Indemnity; Exception; Exemption; Privilege;
  251. Dizzy (Verb) = Feeling of confusion or unsteady;
    Synonyms: Rapid; Confused; Bewildering; Faint;
  252. Breaching (Verb)= Process of breaking;
    Synonyms  Break; Violate; Disobey; Infract; Infringe; Offend;
  253. Apathy (Noun) = Lack of enthusiasm or interest;
    Synonyms :  Indifference; Insensitivity; Lethargy; Lassitude; Phlegm;
  254. Stringent (Adjective) =Rigorously binding or exacting of regulations;
    Synonyms : Strict; Firm; Severe; Harsh; Tough; Stiff;
  255. Fragile (Adjective) =Nature of easily broken;
    Synonyms:Brittle; Frangible; Breakable; Flimsy; Frail; Feeble;
  256. Coterminous (Adj)  = Area that having the same border or boundaries;
    Synonyms  Adjoining; Adjacent; Contiguous; Juxtaposed; Abutting;
  257. Vanguard (Noun) =The forefront position of new developments;
    Synonyms : Front; Advance; Spearhead; Fore, Lead;
  258. Resurgence (Noun) =A situation of rising or increasing after a gap of little activity;
    Synonyms  Renewal; Revival; Recovery; Rally; Resurrection;
  259. Stubborn (Adjective) = Difficult to move; No change in attitude or position;
    Synonyms  Obstinate; Mulish; Headstrong; Wilful; Obdurate; Indelible; Dogged; Adamant; Tenacious; Ornery; Persistent; Perverse; Relentless; Rigid;
  260. Peril (Noun) =The condition of exposure to loss or any harm or injury;
    Synonyms : Danger; Jeopardy; Risk; Hazard; Menace;
  261. Arbitrary (Adjective) =Subject to personal choice or will or judgment;
    Synonyms :  Capricious; Random; Whimsical; Erratic; Chance; Willful;
  262. Dystopia ( Noun) =An imaginary society characterized by fearful lives of a human being;
  263. Enshrine (Verb) = Preserve an idea or tradition in a form that ensures it will be protected.
    Synonyms : Represent; Preserve; Treasure; Embody; Incorporate;
  264. Privilege (Noun) = A special right or an advantage available for particular person;
    Synonyms :  Advantage; Right; Benefit; Prerogative; Entitlement;
  265. Inevitable (Adjective) =  Condition that unable to be avoided;
    Synonyms  :  Imminent; Impending; Inexorable; Irresistable;
  266. Prop (Verb=Supporting or strengthening of position;
    Synonyms:  Buttress; Support; Brace; Reinforce; Sustain;
  267. Reiterate (Verb) = Saying or doing something repeatedly;
    Synonyms : Repeat; Restate; Renew; Recapitulate; Belabour;
  268. Tinkering (Noun)=    Attempt or trying to repair or improve something causally;
    Synonyms : Fix; Patch; Remediate; Troubleshooting;  Fiddle with;
  269. Nuanced (Adjective) =Characterized or made slightly different in appearance,
    meaning or expression;
  270. Caveat ( Noun) = Given warning or caution before action;
    Synonyms :  Admonition; Caution; Forewarning;
  271. Pragmatic (Adjective) =Solving or dealing problems in a sensible and realistic way;
    Synonyms : Sensible; Practical; Realistic; Efficient; Sober;
  272. Perpetrator (Noun) = Person who committed a crime or violent harmful action;
    Synonyms : Criminal; Executioner; Assassin; Enforcer;
  273. Emphasize (Verb) = Give special intention or importance; Lay stress on particular
    part of something;
    Synonyms : Accentuate; Affirm; Assert; Point out; Reiterate; Enunciate;
  274. Curtail (Verb)=  Reducing a part of quantity; Impose a restriction on sharing;
    Synonyms :  Reduce; Slash; Diminish; Dock; Lop; Retrench; Shrink;
  275. Radicalize (Verb)=  To become extreme in political or religious beliefs;
  276. Confinement (Noun)  = The action or state of being imprisonment or restriction;
    Synonyms    :  Custody; Restriction; Imprisonment; Detention; Incarceration; Constraint; Trammels; Immuration;
  277. Annul (Verb)  = Declare or announce that something is invalid or not legal;
    Synonyms :  Nullify; Invalidate; Void; Abolish; Cancel; Dissolve; Quash;
  278. Aghast (Adjective) =Struck with shock or horror;
    Synonyms:  Horrified; Agog; Amazed; Anxious; Shocked; Stunned;
    Dismayed; Appalled; Awestruck; Astounded; Agape;
  279. Indoctrination (Noun) = Teaching or instructing a group or person to accept a set of
    beliefs.
    Synonyms :  Propagandism; Persuasion; Training;
  280. Pragmatism (Noun) = Approach practically to solve problems;
    Synonyms : Practical; Reality; Efficiency; Expediency; Appropriate;
  281. Disconcerting (Adjective) = Causing disturbing to someone; Frustrate or Perplex;
    Synonyms : Confuse; Agitate; Bewilder; Perturb; Unsettle; Embarrass;
  282. Harping (Noun) = Continuously talk or write on a particular subject;
    Synonyms: Dwell; Repeat; Reiterate;
  283. Juncture (Noun) = A place or particular point where things join;
    Synonyms: Turning point; Condition; Crux; Position; Strait; Quandary; Circumstance; Moment;
  284. Profound (Adjective) = Having very great or intense quality of knowledge;
    Synonyms  : Intellectual; Thoughtful; Subtle; Abstruse; Deep;
  285. Enshrine (Verb) = Appropriate place where it will be protected or respected;
    Synonyms : Cherish; Consecrate; Preserve; Revere; Embalm; Sanctify;
  286. Clinging (Verb)  = To adhere or hold closely or tightly;
    Synonyms: Adhesive; Coherent; Persistent; Viscid; Osculant;Tenacious;
  287. Zilch (Noun)= Nothing or Zero;
    Synonyms : Blank; Nada; Naught; Void; Insignifacancy;
  288. Faction (Noun) = A group within a larger party or government sharing a belief;
    Synonyms : Bloc; Clan; Gang; Junta; Sect; Party; Side; Wing; Clique;
  289. Domineering (Verb) = Stating or declaring one’s will over another in an arrogant way;
    Synonyms : Oppressive; Authoritarian; Arrogant; Overbearing; Tyrannical; Imperious; Dictatorial; Autocratic; Bossy; Bully; Hector; Persecute; Subjugate; Menace; Intimidate; Browbeat;
  290. Accentuate (Verb)= Highlighting the issue or make noticeable;
    Synonyms : Focus attention on; Prominent; Highlight; Emphasize; Accent;
  291. Benefaction (Noun)= An action of making benefit or good;
    Synonyms : Donation; Contribution; Endowment; Legacy; Relief; Gift;
  292. Defer (Verb) = Postponed or Delayed; Put off any present action for later;
    Synonyms : Delayed; Postponed; Protracted; Retarded; Scrubbed; Stalled;
  293. Malevolent (Adj) =Having desire to do evil to others;
    Synonyms : Malicious; Hostile; Spiteful; Evil; Vicious; Pernicious; Malign; Baleful; Rancorous;
  294. Repatriation (Noun)  =The resending or returning of people to their own country;
    Synonyms : Restoration; Rehabilitation; Renovation; Recovery;
  295. Traction (Noun)  =Action of pulling or drawing
    Synonyms : Resistance; Suction; Haulage; Adhesion; Constriction; Grip;
  296. Cite (Verb) =To commend (or) To call or mention in order (or) To summon
    Synonyms  Note; Indicate; Refer to; Specify; Point out; Mention; Allude to;
  297. Defer (Verb) =Put off action or delay;
    Synonyms: Hold off; Adjourn; Extend; Stall; Impede; Intermit; Shelve;
    Prorogue; Waive; Retard;
  298. Cynical (Adjective) =Disparaging or distrusting of others;
    Synonyms  Nonbelieving; Doubtful;
  299. Detract (Verb) =Take away or draw away a part from either value or quality;
    Synonyms: Derogate; Backbite; Lessen; Devaluate; Decry; Cheapen;
    Vilipend; Disesteem;
  300. Requisite (Adjective) =Required or necessary for any particular purpose;
    Synonyms Need; Condition; Essential; Precondition;
  301. Perfunctory (Adjective) =Performing a routine task without interest;
    Synonyms : Automatic; Cursory; Superficial; Careless; Sketchy; Apathetic;
  302. Absurd (Adjective) =Quality of situation that existing in illogical or senseless
    manner
    Synonyms : Ridiculous; Crazy; Goofy; Silly; Unreasonable; Irrational; Ludicrous; Wacky;
  303. Foreboding (Noun)  =A strong notion or inner feel of future misfortune; Prediction;
    Synonyms  Apprehension; Premonition; Dread; Presage; Portent; Prenotion;
  304. Intimidate (Verb) =To fill with fear or making timid;
    Synonyms :Frighten; Threaten; Dishearten; Dismay; Terrorize; Scare;
  305. Reinforce (Verb) =  To support or strengthen something or someone;
    Synonyms :Strengthen; Augment; Support; Bolster; Fortify;
  306. Diplomacy (Noun) =Negotiations and relations among officials of different
    nations.
    Synonyms  :Negotiation; Politics; Delicacy; Discretion; Expedience;
  307. Lobbying (Verb)=  Trying to influence actions politically by persuading;
    Synonyms :Urge; Sway; Promote; Campaign for; Press; Push; Solicit;
    Thump; Influence;
  308. Nurture (Verb) =  Protecting by feeding;
    Synonyms  :Feed; Care for; Educate; Develop; Sustain; Cultivate;
  309. Tackle (Verb) =Making efforts to solve or deal any task or problem;
    Synonyms :Deal with; Engage in; Take up; Launch; Undertake;
  310. Quack (Noun) =A fraudulent pretender or falsely imitate or present;
    Synonyms  :Counterfeit; Pretended; Phony; Pseudo; Simulate;
  311. Tussle (Noun) =A rough contest or struggle in physically;
    Synonyms :Fray; Struggle; Battle; Scuffle; Skirmish; Strife; Brawl;
  312. Inevitable (Adjective) =Unable to avoid;
    Synonyms  :Imminent; Impend; Inexorable; Undeniable; Doomed;
  313. De facto (Adverb) =In reality, or actually existing;
    Synonyms :Genuinely; Actually; Really; Veritably;
  314. Resurgent (Adjective) =Tending to rise again;
    Synonyms :Renascent; Revived; Invigorated; Refreshed;
  315. Devast (Noun)=Damage and destruction;
    Synonyms :Calamitous; Disastrous; Annihilating; Mortifying;Desolating;
  316. Unflattering (Adjective) =Being unfavorable;
    Synonyms  :Harsh; Insulting;  Uncomplimentary; Faultfinding;
  317. Haul (Noun) =To pull or move something, or Obtained something;
    Synonyms :Harvest; Cargo; Booty; Gain; Freight; Yield;
  318. Mess-up (Noun)  = Having confusion;
    Synonyms  :Disorder; Befoul; Bobble; Besmirch; Bungle; Clutter; Rummage; Scramble; Jumble;
  319. Profiteering (Noun) = Seeking exorbitant profits through the sale of goods;
    Synonyms :Corrupt; Crooked; Nefarious; Corrupt; Debauched; Unscrupulous; Suborned; Reprobate; Taint;
  320. Regime (Noun) =  A system of rule or government;
    Synonyms :Leadership; Administration; Dynasty; Incumbency; Tenure;
  321. Errant (Adjective) =  Deviation from proper subject or course;
    Synonyms  :Wrong; Deviant; Aberrant; Erratic; Stray; Unorthodox;
  322. Construe (Verb) =  To explain intention of something;
    Synonyms  :Explain; Deduce; Define; Infer; Interpret; Parse; Analyze;
  323. Bureaucracy (Noun)=A government body of official administrators who controls organization;
    Synonyms :Ministry; Red tape; Authority; Management; Regulatory;
  324. Discretionary (Adjective) =Open to choice or choice left to one’s own;
    Synonyms:Unrestricted; Facultative; Nonobligatory; Optional;
  325. Perception (Noun)   =  Understand or recognition;
    Synonyms : Approach; Attention; Notion; Opinion; Thought; Conception;
  326. Exemplary (Adjective) =Worthy to follow or imitate;
    Synonyms: Ideal; Admirable; Commendable; Laudable; Sterling;
  327. Unnerving (Verb) = To deprive of confidence; Upset;
    Synonyms : Intimidate; Agitate; Bewilder; Daunt; Disconcert; Dispirit;
  328. Surcharged (Adjective) =An additional tax or charge;
    Synonyms :  Inflated; Bloated; Magnified; Aggrandized; Puffed; Aureate; Euphuistic;
  329.  Hue (Noun)  =  Property of Colour or Shade;
    Synonyms : Complexion; Tinge; Tint;
  330. Seizures (Noun) =  Possession of a property legally or by force;
    Synonyms:  Capture; Access; Convulsive attack; Stroke;
  331. Brazen (Adjective)=  Impudent or shameless;
    Synonyms :Brash; Unashamed; Audacious; Blatant; Bold;
  332. Insistent (Adjective) =  Compelling attention;
    Synonyms :Demanding; Unrelenting; Emphatic; Persistent; Incessant;
  333. Denounce (Verb=  To condemn publicly;
    Synonyms :Accuse; Blame; Vilify; Censure; Castigate; Excoriate;
  334. Inheritor (Noun) =  A person who inherits property or tradition;
    Synonyms :Beneficiary; Recipient; Assignee; Possessor; Successor; Grantee;
  335. Disproportionate (Adjective) =Something being out of balance;
    Synonyms :Excessive; Inordinate; Superfluous; Unequal; Iopsided;
  336. Wary (Adjective) =Characterized by caution;
    Synonyms:Attentive; Circumspect; Considerate; Frugal; Prudent;Leery; Distrustful;
  337. Sovereign (Adjective) =The status of being as supreme or monarch;
    Synonyms:  Dominant; Effective; Autonomous; Royal; Imperial; Independent;
  338. Notch (Noun) = A slit or cut in an object;
    Synonyms :  Indentation; Cleft; Cut; Gap; Groove; Incision;
  339. Logjam (Noun) =Blockage due to massive accumulation; Immovable;
    Synonyms :  Lag; Moratorium; Delay; Cunctation; Adjourn; Setback;
  340. Bankruptcy (Noun) = Inability or failure to pay debts;
    Synonyms :  Default; Disaster; Insolvency; Defalcation; Destitution; Indigence;
  341. Foster (Verb) = To promote the development or growth;
    Synonyms :  Promote; Support; Stimulate; Cherish; Foment; Cultivate;
  342. Conjunction (Noun)  =The act of association or conjoining or combine;
    Synonyms : Partnership; Affiliation; Alliance; Congruency;
  343. Constraint (Noun) =Situation of limitation or restriction;
    Synonyms :  Restraint; Pressure; Coercion; Compulsion;
  344. Amid (Preposition) =Surrounded by something; In the middle of course or matter;
    Synonyms :  Between; Among; During;
  345. Alluring (Adjective) =The nature of attractiveness or tempting;
    Synonyms:  Beguiling; Captivating; Charming; Enticing; Seductive;
  346. Brewing (Verb) = Prepare by boiling;
    Synonyms :  Boil; Seethe; Soak; Infuse; Stew; Concoct; Ferment;
  347. Extravagant (Adjective)=Spending more than required (Wasting); Exceeding the
    appropriate limits;
    Synonyms : Absurd; Bizarre; Indulgent; Wasteful; Exorbitant;Ludicrous; Lavish; Ostentatious;
  348. Endorse (Verb) = Declare to public approval or support; Sign on the payable a document like a cheque for approval of payment;
    Synonyms :  Support; Authorize; Affirm; Confirm; Sanction;
  349. Condemnation (Noun)  = The  act of blaming or accusation;
    Synonyms : Accusation; Conviction; Blaming; Censure; Damnation;
  350. Inept (Adjective) = Lack of skill for task;
    Synonyms:  Awkward; Bumbling; Clumsy; Unskilled; Gauche; Bungling; Inefficient; Incompetent;
  351. Plotters (Noun) =Illegal or harmful plan makers; Conspirator;
    Synonyms:  Traitor; Collaborator; Accomplice; Betrayer; Subversive;
  352. Staging (Verb) =The act or a play presenting on the stage;
    Synonyms:  Execute; Perform; Play; Mount; Present; Organize;
  353. Coup (Noun) =A highly successful act or move in an unexpected manner;
    Synonyms : Action; Plot; Revolution; Stunt; Feat; Stroke; Deed;
  354. Barrack (Noun)  =A group of buildings for lodging soldiers;
    Synonyms  : Billet; Shelter for military; Bivouac; Prefab; Garrison;
  355. Breach (Noun) = The result or act of breaking or violating;
    Synonyms:  Gap; Rupture; Crack; Aperture; Cleft; Fissure;
  356. Overhaul (Verb)=To make required repairs and restore to serviceable or usable;
    Synonyms :Fix; Improve; Rebuild; Reconstruct; Renew; Revamp;
  357. Extravaganza (Noun)  =   Elaborate and spectacular entertainment;
    Synonyms :Pageant; Parody; Show; Spectacular; Display; Exhibition;
  358. Covet (Verb) =  Eager to possess something of others; Wrongful desire;
    Synonyms :Crave; Desire; Envy; Fancy; Lust after; Begrudge;
  359. Erupt (Verb) =  To burst or release violently;   Eject with force;
    Synonyms: Appear; Blow up; Explode; Spew; Detonate; Flare-up;
  360. Outwit (Verb)=  To get better than other by ingenuity or cleverness;
    Synonyms : Dupe; Cheat; Baffle; Deceive; Mislead; Hoax;
  361. Astound (Verb) =To overwhelm with wonder or surprise;
    Synonyms:  Amaze; Astonish; Bewilder; Stagger; Stupefy; Startle;
  362. Dearth (Noun)=  An inadequate or scarcity of something;
    Synonyms: Insufficiency; Scarcity; Deficiency; Lack; Paucity; Shortage;
  363. Unblemished (Adj) = Lacking faults or flaws;
    Synonyms: Flawless; Spotless; Perfect; Impeccable; Unsullied; Untarnished
  364. Debut (Noun) = A person’ s first public appearance on stage;
    Synonyms: Appearance; Opener; Beginning; Inauguration;
  365. Convention (Noun) = A formal meeting of representatives or delegates on particular matters of common concern;
    Synonyms :  Conference; Meeting; Clambake; Delegation; Assemblage;
  366. Imperative (Adjective) = Absolutely required;
  367. Imperative (Noun) = Command of something that demands or required attention or action
    Synonyms : Direction; Command; Regulation; Adjuration; Canon; Caveat;
  368. Paradigm (Noun) =A typical pattern or example of something; A particular pattern or model;
    Synonyms : Example; Archetype; Ideal; Model; Criterion; Exemplar;
  369. Pursue (Verb) =To follow or proceed in order to overtake;
    Synonyms : Chase; Follow; Go after; Seek; Persevere; Chivy;
  370. Abatement (Verb) =Act or state of reduction or decrease or mitigate;
    Synonyms  : Lessening; Decline; Decrease; Discount; Reduction;
  371. Plunged (Verb) =Bring forcibly and suddenly into some condition;
    Synonyms:  Tumble; Plummet; Hurtle; Jump; Drop; Throw;
  372. Amassed (Verb) =To collect or gather for oneself into a mass;
    Synonyms : Assemble; Accumulate; Compile; Garner; Hoard;
  373. Speculate (Verb) =Think about something deeply and theorize;
    Synonyms : Contemplate; Guess; Hypothesize; Reflect; Read; Ruminate;
  374. Pivot (Noun) =Anything depends on someone’s functions;
    Synonyms:  Fulcrum; Centre; Focal point;
  375. Mooted (Verb) =To present or introduce any point for discussion;
    Synonyms:  Bring up; Propose; Discuss; Debate; Raise; Refer;
  376. Prosperous (Adjective)=Characterized by financial success;
    Synonyms : Wealthy; Affluent; Rich; Well to do; Flourishing;
  377. Surveillance (Noun) = Continuous observation of place or person;
    Synonyms : Examination; Inspection; Scrutiny; Supervision; Vigilance;
  378. Commemorative (Adjective) =Acting as memorial of an event
    Synonyms: Memorial; Celebratory; Remembrance;
  379. Contrary (Adjective) =Opposite in character or in nature;
    Synonyms : Adverse; Antithetical; Conflicting; Contradictory; Inimical; Paradoxical
  380. Tumult /Turmoil (Noun)  =Violent and noisy disturbance of crowd;
    Synonyms :Agitation; Commotion; Fracas; Disturbance; Strife; Ferment; Uproar; Confusion;
  381. Probe (Noun) =To search into or examine or question thoroughly;
    Synonyms: Investigation; Exploration; Inquest; Scrutiny; Inquest;
  382. Lustre (Noun) = Gentle sheen; Soft glow;
    Synonyms: Shine; Brightness; Radiance; Gleam; Glimmer; Gloss;
  383. Delineate (Verb) =To describe or trace outline of something;
    Synonyms: Describe; Depict; Limn; Draw;
  384. Perverse (Adjective) =Desire to behave in unreasonable or unacceptable way;
    Synonyms : Contrary; Unreasonable; Uncooperative; Illogical; Wick;
  385. Reiterate (Verb) =To say or do again repeatedly;
    Synonyms :  Repeat; Renew; Restate; Recap;
  386. Propriety (Noun) = Suitability or appropriateness of condition to the existing situation;
    Synonyms: Suitability; Appropriateness; Correctness; Decorum;
  387. Converge (Verb) =Tend to gather or assemble to meet on common point;
    Synonyms: Assemble; Mingle; Combine; Concentrate; Join; Merge;
  388. Affirmation (Noun) =Proposition or statement declared to be true;
    Synonyms : Assertion; Confirmation; Averment; Declaration
  389. Psephology (Noun) =Study of Elections;
  390. Incumbency (Noun) =The period during which someone holds a particular
    position;
    Synonyms : Tenure; Possession; Regime; Term; Clasp; Clinch; Clutch
  391. Vitriolic (Adjective)=Intentionally causing hurt;
    Synonyms : Bitter; Caustic; Acerbic; Antagonistic; Scathing;
  392. Plebiscite (Noun)  =A direct vote by eligible voters.
    Synonyms: Election; Polling; Referendum;
  393. Delineate (Verb) =To describe or trace outline of incident;
    Synonyms :  Describe; Outline; Depict; Limn;
  394. Deteriorate (Verb) =To make worse or inferior in quality;
    Synonyms : Degenerate; Crumble; Decay; Weaken; Worsen; Degrade;Languish; Regress;
  395. Residue (Noun) =Remainder part of used thing;
    Synonyms : Debris; Silt; Slag; Garbage;
  396. Swathe (Verb) =Making wrap up or bind; Envelope;
    Synonyms : Bandage; Clothe; Swaddle; Wrap; Cover;
  397. Smog (Noun) =Fog with atmospheric pollutants;
    Synonyms:  Fog; Smoke;
  398. Unconscionable (Adjective) = Not Reasonable;
    Synonyms: Unethical; Immoral; Unfair; Excessive; Preposterous; Outrageous;
  399. Exacerbate (Verb) =  To increase the severity of condition;
    Synonyms : Infuriate; Aggravate; Intensify; Worsen; Provoke
  400. Confer (Verb) =   To consult together;
    Synonyms: Discuss; Deliberate; Advise; Huddle; Negotiate;
  401. Sustainable (Adjective)  =Allow to Continual reusable;
    Synonyms: Tenable; Viable; Feasible; Continuous;
  402. Commend (Verb) =  To present; To entrust; Praise as worthy of  confidence;
    Synonyms:  Recommend; Praise; Approve; Applaud; Extol;
  403. Modality (Noun) = The state or quality being in particular manner;
    Synonyms :  Approach; Method; Manner; Procedure;
  404. Pursue (Verb) = To follow in order to chase;
    Synonyms :Chase; Follow; Haunt; Accompany; Bait;
  405. Morbidity (Noun) =  The condition or situation being diseased;
    Synonyms: Gloom; Despair; Grief; Malaise; Pessimism;
  406. Hasty (Adjective) = Moving or acting without much thought;
    Synonyms : Rapid; Speed; Quick; Hurried; Urgent;
  407. Transitory (Adjective) =Short lime living or using; Not lasting;
    Synonyms : Temporary; Transient;
  408. Disrupting (Adjective) = Causing trouble or problem in work or in any action;
    Synonyms :  Disturbing; Confusing; Upsetting; Obstreperous; Unruly;
  409. Disbursement (Noun)  =Money paid or spent;
    Synonyms : Expenditure; Spending; Payment; Outlay;
  410. Jubilant (Adjective) = Showing great happiness or joy or satisfaction;
    Synonyms: Exultant; Rejoice; Triumph; Happy; Elated; Euphoric; Glad;
  411. Dampen (Verb) = Making wet or moisten, (or) To dull or deaden; Depress;
    Synonyms  :Dabble; Bedew; Moisten; Rinse; Humidify;
  412. Hazy (Adjective)   = Characterized by the presence of foggy or misty; Lacking clarity or distinctness;
    Synonyms   : Blurred; Cloudy; Misty; Murky; Mushy; Dim; Dusk; Fuzzy;Foggy; Vague; Nebulous;
  413. Unravel (Verb) =To separate  or free from folds or difficulty or complication;
    Synonyms : Unfold; Decipher; Resolve; Solve; Undo; Untangle;
  414. Flush (Noun)  =A sudden excitement or emotion;
    Synonyms : Blush; Crimson; Tint;
  415. Crackdown (Noun)  =Clampdown; Strike; Suppression; Repression;
  416. Sprang (Verb) =Jump; Skip; Bounce; Bolt; Hop; Vault; Recoil;
  417. Pose (Verb) =To assume a particular attitude to impress others;
    Synonyms: Mannerism; Mien; Posture; Act; Attitude; Present; Constitute;
  418. Tactic (Noun)  = An action or strategy planned to achieve something;
    Synonyms:  Plan; Strategy; Scheme; Plan; Manoeuvre;
  419. Ulema = A body of Scholars of Muslim religion or law;
  420. Upending (Verb) =Set on its end
    Synonyms: Invert; Alter; Change; Convert; Renege; Transpose;
  421. Rival  (Noun) =A person or thing competing with another for the same objective;
    Synonyms :  Opponent; Competitor; Challenger; Contestant;
  422. Devoid (Adjective) =Entirely lacking;
    Synonyms :  Free; Lacking; Without;
  423. Backfire (Verb) =Having an opposite effect;
    Synonyms:  Fail; Flop; Boomerang; Rebound; Recoil; Miscarry;
  424. Repercussions (Noun)  =An unintended or unexpected consequence of action;
    Synonyms : Effect; Influence; Fallout; Reverberation; Result;
  425. Maroon (Verb) =To place in an isolated and often dangerous position; Leave or Abandon alone in an inaccessible place (Island);
    Synonyms:   Abandon; Strand; Leave; Cast ashore;
  426. Revival (Verb) =Restoration to life or consciousness or restoration to use;
    Synonyms:   Rebirth; Reawakening; Recovery; Rejuvenation; Resurgence;
  427. Torrential (Adjective) =Rapid falling or flowing in heavy quantities (Rain);
    Synonyms:   Scaturient; Teeming; Swarming; Copious; Exuberant;
  428. Deluge (Noun) =A great flood of water; Inundation;
    Synonyms:  Avalanche; Cataclysm; Spate; Barrage;
  429. Alleviate (Verb) = To lessen; Mitigate; Make easy to endure;
    Synonyms:  Allay; Assuage; Ease; Pacify; Mitigate;
  430. Misery (Noun)  = Wretchedness of conditions or Emotional Distress;
    Synonyms:  Pain; Mental; Agony; Anguish; Despair; Gloom; Squalor;
  431. Catastrophic (Adjective)= Disastrous event;
    Synonyms : Destructive; Calamitous; Cataclysmic; Fatal; Ruinous; Tragic;
  432. Sprawl (Verb) =To be stretched or spread out in an unnatural manner;
    Synonyms : Drape; Recline; Lounge; Ramble; Slouch; Struggle;
  433. Replenish (Verb) =To make full or complete again by supplying lacking sources;
    Synonyms:   Refill; Refresh; Restock; Restore;
  434. Encroach (Verb) =To advance beyond limits; (or) To trespass upon the property;
    Synonyms:   Interloper; Invader; Trespasser;
  435. Exacerbate (Verb)   =  To increase the severity;
    Synonyms:   Aggravate; Annoy; Intensify; Provoke; Worsen;
  436. Escalate (Verb)  =  To increase intensity or magnitude
    Synonyms : Expand; Grow; Intensify; Mount; Raise; Rise;
  437. Exodus (Noun)  =A departure or emigration of large number of people;
    Synonyms:  Departure; Evaculation; Flight; Migration; Egress; Exiting;
  438. Platitude (Noun)=  The quality or state of being flat; dull; or trite;
    Synonyms :  Dull; Banality; Inanity; Chestnut; Insipidity; Triteness;
  439. Transpire (Verb)=   To occur or happen (without object); To emit or give off (with object)
    Synonyms: Arise; Befall; Ensue;
  440. Pragmatic (Adjective)  = Relating to practical considerations;
    Synonyms: Realistic; Sober; Logical; Utilitarian;
  441. Fledgling (Noun) = A young or new one in learning;
    Synonyms : Apprentice; Learner; Novice; Neophyte; Trainee;
  442. Rhetoric (Noun)=   Ability of effective use of language;
    Synonyms  :  Hyperbole; Oratory; Bombast; Wordiness; Eloquence;
  443. Fragile (Adjective) =Easily broken; Shattered; Vulnerably delicate;
    Synonyms : Delicate; Feeble; Frail; Weak;
  444. Empathy (Noun) = Physiological identification of feelings or thoughts;
    Synonyms: Affinity; Appreciation; Compassion; Insight; Pity; Sympathy;
  445. Condemnation(Noun) = Blaming; Conviction; Accusation; Censure; Denunciation;
  446. Pander (Verb) =Gratify or Indulge (Immoral)
    Synonyms: Satisfy; Indulge; fulfil;
  447. Repatriate (Verb) = To bring or send back;
    Synonyms :  Deport; Deliver; Extradite;
  448. Taint (Verb) =To contaminate or spoil; Affected with something bad;
    Synonyms : Contamination; Corruption; Stigma; Blemish; Defect;
  449. Grapple (Verb) = To seize another; To hold or make fast to something;
    Synonyms :  Grab; Wrestle; Confront; Contend; Cope; Deal with;
  450. Fray (Noun) =  A competition or contest; Battle or Quarrel;
    Synonyms :  Fight; Battle; Fracas; Melee; Combat; Clash;
  451. Expedite (Verb)  = To speed up the process of or hasten;
    Synonyms :  Accelerate; Assist; Urge; Quicken; Speed;
  452. Gingerly (Adjective) =With great care or caution;
    Synonyms:  Careful; Cautious; Dainty; Fastidious; Chary; Guarded;
  453. Apparent (Adjective)  =Readily seen or exposed to light; Open to view;
    Synonyms:  Seeming; Possible; Probable; Supposed; Illusive;
  454. Inherent (Adjective) = Existing in something as a permanent and inseparable;
    Synonyms: Innately; Naturally; Intrinsically; Genetically;
  455. Languid (Adjective) = Lacking in vitality or vigor;  Lacking in spirit or interest;
    Synonyms: Drooping; Dull; Illness; Languorous; Lazy; Lethargic; Lazy;
  456. Redound (Verb)  = To have effect or result;
    Synonyms :  React; Recoil; Deflect;
  457. Engender (Verb = To produce or cause; Give rise to;
    Synonyms :  Arouse; Beget; Breed; Foment; Incite; Induce; Instigate;
  458. Expediency (Noun)  = The quality of being worth or advantageous or advisability;
    Synonyms :  Advantage; Desirability; Helpfulness; Aptness; Pragmatism;
  459. Formidable = Causing fear or dread or apprehension; Qualities of discouraging;
    Synonyms :  Ghastly; Horrendous; Dread; Forbidding; Menace; Daunt; Dire;
  460. Surge  =  A sudden strong wave-like rising or forward movement;
    Synonyms :  Deluge; Growth; Swell; Wave; Rise; Billow;
  461. Sustain= To give relief or support;
    Synonyms :  Bolster; Preserve; Buoy; Defend; Assist; Nourish; Nurture;
  462. Reiterate= Repeatedly or excessively saying or doing;
    Synonyms:  Echo; Renew; Repeat; Restate; Replicate; Reprise; Redo;
  463. Pursue = To follow in order to overtake or capture or kill;
    Synonyms : Seek; Haunt; Badger; Go after; Chase; Bait; Trail; Plague;
  464. Insolvency  =  A state of being insolvent; Inability to pay debts;
    Synonyms :  Bankruptcy; Deterioration; Breakdown; Implosion; Inadequacy;
  465. Bankruptcy = The state or condition of failure or ruin;
    Synonyms :Failure; Insolvency; Loss; Liquidation; Disaster; Indigence;
    Destitution; Nonpayment; Defalcation; Repudiation; Privation;
  466. Statutory =  Related to law enacted by the legislative branch of government;
    Synonyms: Legal; Lawful; Judicial;
  467. Sought=  Look for; To go in search of; To try to discover;
    Synonyms: Desired; Hunted; Needed;
  468. Contrast = Compare in respect to differences;
    Synonyms: Comparison; Contradiction; Disagreement; Disparity; Distinct;
  469. Cumbersome =Feeling like burdensome or troublesome due to bulky or heavy;
    Synonyms: Bulky; Unwieldy; Tiresome; Embarrassing; Inconvenient;
  470. Agglomerate = To gather into a mass or group or cluster;
    Synonyms: Aggregate; Collection; Cluster; Mass; Lump;
  471. Acquisition = The act of acquiring or gaining or getting something;
    Synonyms: Addition; Gain; Procurement; Purchase; Attainment;
  472. Perhaps= Possibly but not certainly;
    Synonyms: Maybe; Perchance; As the case may; As it may be;
  473. Conducive  = Tending to helpful or contributive or favorable;
    Synonyms:  Helpful; Useful; Contributory; Accessory; Promotive;
  474. Intimidate = To make or fill with fear or timid;
    Synonyms: Aggressive; Terrifying; Frightening; Bullying; Terrorizing;
  475. Deter = To discourage or restrain from activity;
    Synonyms: Discourage; Dissuade; Inhibit; Avert; Impede; Preclude;
  476. Depose= To make a solemn declaration under oath for the
    purpose of establishing a fact. (or)
    To remove from a position of prominence;
    Synonyms: Demote; Dethrone; Dismiss; Impeach; Unseat;
  477. Vulnerable  =A Situation of that is likely to meet with harm;
    Synonyms: Endangered; Exposed; Liable; Sensitive; Susceptible;
  478. Accuse= Claiming of crime or fault or wrongdoing;
    Synonyms: Charge; Criminate; Defame; Impeach; Indict; Arraign;
  479. Conviction  =A state of mind of concluded or doubtlessness;
    Synonyms: Assurance; Doublessness; Certitude; Surety; Faith;
  480. Reliable =The thing that can be trusted;
    Synonyms: Decent; Dependable; Good; Honest; Predictable; Stable;
  481. Abide  = To continue to be in particular place for specific time;
    Synonyms : Stay; Dwell; Hang; Around; Remain; Stick; Tarry;
  482. Humorous  = Characterized by funny;  Comical;
    Synonyms :  Comic; Funny; Amusing; Hilarious; Playful; Droll; Whimsical;
  483. Alight = To encounter or notice something accidentally; To settle after  descending;
    Synonyms :  Descend; Get off; Disembark; Touch down; Perch;
  484. Effervescent =  The nature of substance escaping from solution in a form of gas or bubbling;
    Synonyms  :Airy; Bouncy; Bubbly; Frothy; Fizz;
  485. Sarcasm=A sharply ironical taunt; Bitter derision;
    Synonyms  :Satire; Scorn; Irony; Rancor; Ridicule; Derision; Cynicism; Contempt;
  486. Scramble = To climb or move quickly; To compete or struggle with others for possession or gain; – With object  To collect or organize in a hurried or confused  manner;
    Synonyms:  Clamber; Contend; Crawl; Jostle; Push; Scurry; Rush; Tussle;
  487. Portray=To make a likeness of by drawing; painting; Describe graphically ;
    Synonyms:   Depict; describe; Illustrate; Interpret; Paint;
  488. Frivolous = Characterised by lack of seriousness or sense;
    Synonyms:   Foolish; Idiotic; Petty; Senseless; Impractical; Barmy;
  489. Stodgy=Uninteresting or tediously commonplace; Boring;
    Synonyms:   Boring; Monotonous; Pedantic; Plodding; Ponderous; Staid;
  490. Deprecatory= Of the nature of or expressing disapproval or depreciation;
    Synonyms: Belittling; Critical; Deprecative; Derogative;
  491. Subversive =Tending or intending to overthrow or downfall or undermine;
    Synonyms:  Corrupt; Debase; Overthrow; Overturn; Pervert; Sabotage;Suppress; Topple;
  492. Insurgent  = A member of a section of a political party that revolts against the methods or policies of the party;
    Synonyms :  Revolutionary; Disobedient; Contumacious; Factious;
  493. Formidable = Causing fear; Apprehension; or dread;
    Synonyms :  Dangerous; Daunting; Dire; Dreadful; Fierce; Impregnable; Menacing;
  494. Harness= To bring under conditions for effective use; gain control over for a particular end;
    Synonyms:  Curb; Exploit; Mobilize; Tackle; Tame; Utilize;
  495. Overhaul  =To make necessary repairs on; Restore to serviceable condition;
    Synonyms:  Fix; Improve; Renew; Modernize; Rebuild; Reconstruct;
  496. Arbitrary  = Subject to individual will or judgement without restriction;
    Synonyms :  Erratic; Irresponsible; Discretionary; Frivolous; Capricious; Willful; Irrational;
  497. Reminiscent = Awakening memories of something similar; Suggestive;
    Synonyms:  Evocative; Redolent; Similar; Implicative; Mnemonic; Remind;
  498. Dissenter =Protestor; Skeptic; Objector; Rebel:
  499. Smack=To have taste; flavour; trace or suggestion;
    Synonyms: Bang; Blip; Blow; Chop; Clap; Clout;
  500. Staging=A temporary platform for support;
    Synonyms  :  Do; Execute; Mount; Organize; Perform;
  501. Hold Up= To set aside or retain;
    Synonyms : Delay; Detain; Hinder; Impede; Stay; Stop;
  502. Nudge =To push slightly or gently to get someone’s attention; Prod someone into action;
    Synonyms: Prod; Jog; Jab; Punch; Push; Shove; Touch;
  503. Expedite = To speed up the process;
    Synonyms : Accelerate; Assist; Facilitate; Hasten; Promote; Quicken; Speed;
    Sluggish =  Slow movement; Not acting or working with energy;
    Synonyms :Heavy; Inactive; Lethargic; Listless; Slack; Slow; Stagnant;
  504. Deliberately = Careful and intentional consideration;
    Synonyms : Consciously; Knowingly; Pointedly; Willfully; Purposely;
  505. Tardiness  =Not on time; Delaying through reluctance;
    Synonyms :  Delay; Slowness; Detention;
  506. Incumbent= Holding an indicated role or position in office;
    Synonyms: Binding; Necessary; Compelling;
  507. Dismay=To break down courage; Dishearten thoroughly;
    Synonyms: Disillusionment; Panic; Terror; Fright; Anxiety; Consternation;
  508. Anguish=To suffer, To inflict with distress;
    Synonyms: Agony; Grief; Misery; Torment; Woe;
  509. Obdurate =Unmoved by persuation;
    Synonyms: Hard; Obstinate; Callous; Unbending; Inflexible; Adamant; Firm;
  510. Detriment =As loss or injury;
    Synonyms:  Adverse; Destructive; Harmful; Hurtful; Injurious; Unfavourable;
  511. Consensus= Majority of opinion; General concord or agreement;
    Synonyms:  Harmony; Accord; Consent; Unity;
  512. Condusive=Tending to produce; Contributive; Favourable;
    Synonyms :  Helpful; Useful;
  513. Hazy=Lacking clarity or distinctness;
    Synonyms: Blurred; Misty; Dusky; Faint; Foggy; Fuzzy; Unclear; Vague;
  514. Strategy= A plan or method for proper action;
    Synonyms : Action; Approach; Design; Method; Policy; Procedure; Program;
  515. Minced =Make less severe or harsh;
    Synonyms :  Crumble; Grind; Cut; Chip;
  516. Bar= To block or to exclude or except;
    Synonyms : Banish; Halt; Close up; Exclude; Inhibit; Illegalize; Barrier;
  517. Legitimate =According to law; or Accordance with established rules;
    Synonyms:  Correct; Genuine; Lawful; Justifiable; Statutory; Appropriate;
  518. Ramp up =To increase or cause to increase;
    Synonyms :  Erect; Hike up; Grade; Rise;
  519. Coalition= A combination or alliance for temporarily; A union into one body
    Synonyms :  Affiliation; Alliance; Amalgam; Combine; Compact;
  520. Strides = Significant progress;
    Synonyms : Stalk; Traipse; Tramp; Stomp;
  521. Lofty =Eminent; High; Elevated;
    Synonyms: Soaring; Towering; Aerial; Airy; High-rise; Skyward;
  522. Pronged  =Braching; Divaaricate;
    Synonyms: Bifurcate; Divided; Branched; Split;
  523. Traverse =To pass or move over;
    Synonyms : Bisect; Cross; Pass through; Go over;
  524. Envisage = To visualize; To contemplate;
    Synonyms : Imagine; Visualize; Consider; Confront;
  525. Cohesive =  Close attachment; Attractive;
    Synonyms : Close-knit; United; Adhesive; Tenacious; Connected;
  526. Wield=To Exercise influence, power as in ruling;
    Synonyms :  Apply; Operate; Possess; Employ; Swing; Exert; Handle; Maintain;
  527. Exaggeration= Act of overstating;
    Synonyms :  Excess; Baloney; Fabrication; Hyperbole; Falsehood;
  528. Criticism = The act of passing judgement; Art of analyzing and evaluating;
    Synonyms :  Assessment; Comment; Critique; Judgement; Opinion; Review;
  529. Charisma =A divinely conferred power;
    Synonyms:  Allure; Glamour; Magnetism; Appeal; Dazzle; Fascination;
  530. Dent =A noticeable effect by reduction;
    Synonyms : Indentation; Incision; Cavity; Crater;
  531. Wooing =To seek favor, affection; to seek to win; to invite one’s own action
    Synonyms : Cultivate; Pursue; Solicit; Address; Beg; Chase; Charm;
  532. Accretion= An increase by natural growth or by external addition;
    Synonyms : Accumulation; Augmentation; Increment; Rise; Accession;
  533. Nascent =Beginning to exist or develop;
    Synonyms : Burgeoning; Fledgling; Growing; Incipient; Promising;
  534. Pursuit= An effort to secure or attain;
    Synonyms:  Hunt; Inquiry; Quest; Tracking; Following;
  535. Recapitalization = Substantial change in a company’s capital structure;
  536. Blend =To mix or intermingle;
    Synonyms : Amalgam; Fusion; Mixture; Concoction; Brew; Combination;
  537. Revive=To reactivate; Take up again; Restore in motion;
    Synonyms : Arouse; Encourage; Energize; Restore; Resurrect; Rejuvenate;
  538. Saddled= To load or charge as with a burden;
    Synonyms: Adhered; Baffled; Fixed; Frozen; Glued; Mired; Stymied;
  539. Wary =Arising from or characterized by caution;
    Synonyms: Attentive; Circumspect; Leery; Distrustful; Prudent; Frugal; Suspicious; Vigilant; Watchful;
  540. Elusive  =Difficult yo find;
    Synonyms: Ambiguous; Fleeting; Illusory; Incomprehensible; Puzzling;
  541. Staggering =To walk, move, or stand unsteadily;
    Synonyms : Amazing; Astonishing; Stunning; Shocking; Astounding;
  542. Adjunct= Added something to another, but not essential;
    Synonyms :  Appendix; Supplement; Aide; Attach;
  543. Constraint =Limitation or restriction;
    Synonyms : Pressure; Restraint; Coercion; Compulsion;
  544. Interlocutor= A person who takes part in a conversation or dialogue.
    Synonyms : Interrogator; Questioner; Interviewer; Speaker;
  545. Indiscriminate =Lacking in care, Judgment; Selectivity;
    Synonyms : Unplanned; Extensive; Haphazard; Aimless;
  546. Valorisation=Increase in the value of capital assets through the application of value-  forming labour in production
    Synonyms:  Restraint; Price-fixing; Price freeze;
  547. Slay=To kill by violence; To Destroy;
    Synonyms  : Killed; Murdered; Assassinated; Dead;
  548. Breach =An act of breaking or failing agreement or to code of conduct;
    Synonyms: Crack; Break; Rift; Rupture; Cleft; Chasm;
  549. Fritter =Waste time, money, or energy on trifling matters;
    Synonyms: Squander; Misuse; Misspend; Squander; Dissipate; Lavish;
  550. Mistify=Utterly bewilder or perplex to someone
    Synonyms : Baffle; Perflex; Confuse; Confound; Bemuse; Bewilder; Obfuscate;
  551. Rein=Check or Guide
    Synonyms : Curb; Control; Direct; Bit; Brake; Restraint;
  552. Fledge=To feed and care for new one/ young one until it is able to fly;
  553. Regime =A system or government or ordered way of doing things.
    Synonyms : Administration; Establishment; Government; Management; Reign;  Rule; System;
  554. Scrutiny = A searching examination or investigation;
    Synonyms: Analysis; Audit; Inquiry; Inspection; Review; Survillance;
  555. Overture =An opening or initiating move toward negotiations; a new relationship, an agreement;
    Synonyms: Bid; Proposal; Invitation; Proposition; Signal; Suggestion;
  556. Woes =Grievous Distress; Affliction; or trouble;
    Synonyms: Adversity; Anguish; Burden; Tragedy; Calamity; Catastrophe;
  557. Reconcile=To cause to accept or be resigned to something not desired; Restore friendly relations between ;
    Synonyms: Accommodate; Appease; Assuage; Coordinate; Pacify; Integrate;
  558. Impede =To retard in movement; Or progress;
    Synonyms: Block; Curb; Cut off; Stymie; Thwart;
  559. Introspection = Examination or Observation of one’s own mental and emotional process;
    Synonyms: Contemplation; Meditation; Reflection; Scrutinity;
  560. Intolerance=Unwillingness or refusal to tolerate/bear/endure/respect opinions or  beliefs.
    Synonyms : Bigotry; Prejudice; Dogmatism;
  561. Fiction= The class of literature comprising works of imaginative narration;
    Synonyms: Book; Drama; Fable; Tale; Narrative; Novel; Imagination;
  562. Incontrovertible= Not open to question or dispute;
    Synonyms :  Accurate; Authentic; Certain; Indisputable; Indubitable; Incontestable;
  563. Ferreting  =To drive out by using or as if using a ferret;
    Synonyms: Beat; Break; Burrow; Excavate; Clear; Clean; Delve;
  564. Offend=To irritate or cause resentful displeasure in;
    Synonyms: Aggrieve; Anger; Annoy; Antagonize; Disgust; Provoke; Sting; Horrify;
  565. Affront =A personally offensive act; Deliberate act;
    Synonyms: Indignity; Provocation; Slight; Abuse; Brickbat;
  566. Enmity= A feeling or condition of hostility; hatred;
    Synonyms : Acrimony; Alienation; Animus; Antagonism; Antipathy; Hostility;
  567. Dissent =To differ in or disagree with other’s sentiment or opinions;
    Synonyms : Discord; Dissension; Disunity; Objection; Opposition; Resistance; Schism;
  568. Absurdity= State or condition of being absurd or ridiculous situation;
    Synonyms : Craziness; Farce; Folly; Foolishness; Idiocy; Insanity; Silliness; Stupidity;
  569. Ludicrous =Causing laughter due to absurdity;
    Synonyms: Bizarre; Comical; Crazy; Fantastic; Farcical; Foolish; Grotesque;
  570. Allegory= A symbolical narrative; Representation of an abstract;
    Synonyms: Apologue; Emblem; Fable; Figuration; Symbolism; Parable; Myth;
  571. Hyperbole = Intentional exaggeration;
    Synonyms: Hype; Metaphor; Overstatement;
  572. Intimidate =To make timid; Fill with fear;
    Synonyms : Dismay; Appall; Awe; Bully; Coerce; Constrain; Daunt; Scare;
  573. Fraternity= A group of persons associated by or as if by ties of brotherhood.
    Synonyms :  Camaraderie; Guild; Sorority; brotherhood;
  574. Bolster=Anything resembling this in form or in use as a support;
    Synonyms: Boost; Buoy; Buttress; Cushion; Help; Reinforce; shore up; Sustain;
  575. Fetter= A shackle or chain for the ankles or feet to restrict movement.
    Synonyms : Bonds; Chains; Check; Captivity; Curb; Hobble; Manacles;
  576. Shield =A cover that protects whatever is behind it.
    Synonyms : Armor; Buffer; Bulwark; Safeguard; Buckler;
  577. Corrupt =Broken morally and performed immoral or illegal acts for personal gain.
    Synonyms :  Crooked; Fraudulent; Nefarious; Rotten; Shady;  Venal: Unscrupulous;
  578. Threaten = To utter intentions of injury or punishment
    Synonyms : Intimidate; Menace; Scare;
  579. Grave= An excavation made in the earth in which to bury a dead body.
    Synonyms : Dignified; Dull; Earnest; Heavy; Muted; Sedate; Sober; Subdued;
  580. Consolidate = To make solid or firm; solidify; strengthen; (or) bring together into a single;
    Synonyms : Build up;Secure; Centralize; Concentrate; Develop; Fortify; Reinforce;
  581. Frivolous= Characterized by lack of seriousness or sense;
    Synonyms: Foolish; Idiotic; Impractical; Petty; Senseless;
  582. Legitimate=According to law; rules or principles;
    Synonyms : Lawful; Consistent; Justifiable; Appropriate; Reasonable; Reliable;
  583. Venality =Openness to bribery or corruption; condition or quality being venal;
    Synonyms: Dishonesty; Sordidness; Vendibility;
  584. Cognizance =A judicial notice as taken by a court in dealing with a cause.
    The right of taking jurisdiction, as possessed by court;
    Synonyms: Attention; bearing; Cognition; Grasp; Heed; Notice; Jurisdiction;
  585. Thwart =To oppose successfully; Prevent from accomplishing a purpose.
    Synonyms : Circumvent; Curb; Defeat; Impede; Obstruct; Stymie; Foil; Counter
  586. Flux =Continuous Change, Passage or movement
    Synonyms: Alteration; Fluctuation; Change; Flow; Modification; Instability; Mutability
  587. Edifice =Any large, complex system or organization;
    Synonyms :  Monument; Skyscraper; Building; Construction; Erection; Habitation;
  588. Ostensibly= Outwardly appearing as such; Professed; Pretended;
    Synonyms :  Evidently; Officially; Seemingly; Supposedly;
  589. Deadlock= A situation in which no progress can be made or no advancement possible;
    Synonyms :  Dilemma; Gridlock; Plight; Predicament; Standoff; Standstill; Impasse;
  590. Elusive =Difficult to detect or grasp by the mind or analyze;
    Synonyms : Ambiguous; Fleeting; Illusory; Puzzling; Incomprehensible; Subtle;
  591. Sink= Fall or descend to a lower level;
    Synonyms :  Drop; Drop down; Dip; Decline;
  592. Sparring = Making the motions of attack and defense with the fists and arms;
    Synonyms:  Argue; Quarrel; Bicker; Contend;
  593. Deployment= Distribution of forces in preparation for battle or work;
    Synonyms : Distribution; Formation; Stationing; Arrangement;
  594. Misappropriation = The Fraudulent use of funds owned by others;
    Synonyms :  Desecration; Exploitation; Misconduct; Misdeed; Misuse; Mishandling;
  595. Prop up= Support by placing against something solid or rigid;
    Synonyms:  Brace; Strengthen; Uphold; Bolster; Buoy; Buttress; Shore;
  596. Empower  =Give or delegate power or authority to;
    Synonyms : Allow; Entitle; Entrust; Grant; Permit; Vest; Legitimize;
  597. Faction= A group within larger party or group or organization;
    Synonyms: Gang; Clan; Bloc; Party; Sect; Wing; Junta; Clique;
  598. Harvest=Gathering of ripened crop;
    Synonyms : Intake; Yield; Output;
  599. Revive= Restored to consciousness;
    Synonyms: Arouse; Energize; Invigorate; Rejuvenate; Renovate; Resuscitate;
  600. Conciliatory= Making or willing to make concessions or compromise;
    Synonyms: Appeasing; Disarming; Assuaging; Calm; Peaceable; Mollifying;
  601. Retract =Formally reject or disavow a formerly held belief, usually under pressure;
    Synonyms : Back down; Back off; Cancel; Deny; Disavow; Rescind; Withdraw;
  602. Vibrant =Active; Dynamic; Energetic; Vigorous; Vivid; Lively: Vital;
  603. Debut  =Appearance; Beginning; Introduction; Launching;
  604. Hedge= Barrier; Shrubbery; Fence; Hurdle;
  605. Binding = Essential; Required: Mandatory: Irrevocable; Requisite; Conclusive;
  606. Realm=Dimension; Domain; Field; Territory; Empire; World; Sphere;
  607. Speculation=Consideration; Belief; Cerebration; Cogitation; Deliberation; Opinion;Thought; Conjecture;
  608. Mulling = Deliberate; Examine; Ponder; Contemplate;
  609. Concern= Worry; Interest; Matter; Involvement; Burden;
  610. Outweigh =Prevail; Exceed; Surpass; Overshadow;
  611. Anticipate=Assume; Forecast; Foretell; Prognosticate; Await; Foresee; Forecast;
  612. Prospect=Anticipate; Expectation; Forecast; Hope; Possibility; Probability;
  613. Hostility=Aggression; Animosity; Bitterness; Antipathy; Enmity; Hatred;Opposition;
  614. Mitigation= Cure; Extenuation; Moderation; Reduction; Relief; Remission;
  615. Epidemic= A widespread outbreak of an infectious disease; People are infected at the same time;(Synonyms: Prevalent; Communicable; Contagious; Endemic; Infectious; Pandemic; Rife)
  616. Endorse= (Synonyms: Support; Authorize; Affirmation; Confirmation; Approval;  Ratification; Favor)
  617. Concoction=Any foodstuff made by mixing different ingredients
  618. Curb=  (Synonyms: Control; Hold; Check; Suppress; Inhibit; Subdue; Deny; Rein; Restrict; Restraint; Ledge; Barrier)
  619. Placebo=  Inert medication; inactive chemical substance used in biological experiments;
  620. Scant= (Synonyms: Less; Slight; Short; Bare; Thin; Mere;)
  621. Consequences =  Results
  622. Misconstrue= (Synonyms: Misread; Misinterpret; Exaggerate; Distort;Misunderstand; Pervert; Misjudge; Mistake; )
  623. Surveillance= (Synonyms:Inspection; Examination; Care; Spying; Watch; Scrutiny; Supervision; Vigilance; Wiretap; Track)
  624. Remedy= (Synonyms: Antidote; Countermeasure; Medicine; Fix; Drug; Panacea)
  625. Traditional= (Synonyms: Conventional; Folk; Common; Classic; Historic; Long-                                             established; Regular)

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