1. ORATORICAL (ADJ.): (भाषण-संबंधी) relating to the art or practice of public speaking.
Synonyms: rhetorical, grandiloquent
His academic pedigree is shaky and his oratorical skills are rough.
2. ATTENTIVE (ADJ.): (सचेत) paying close attention to something.
Synonyms: awake, perceptive
Never before had she had such an attentive audience.
3. SPUR (VERB): (प्रेरणा) give an incentive or encouragement to (someone).
Synonyms: stimulate, propel
Her sons' passion for computer games spurred her on to set up a software business.
4. GALVANISE (VERB): (प्रेरित करना) shock or excite (someone) into taking action.
Synonyms: spur, motivate
The urgency of his voice galvanized them into action.
5. PULPIT (NOUN): (मंच) a raised enclosed platform.
Synonyms: stage, podium
Many ministers delivered political guidance from their pulpits.
6. GLOSSED OVER (PHRASAL VERB): to avoid considering something, such as an embarrassing mistake, to make it seem not important, and to quickly continue talking about something else.
She glossed over the company's declining profits.
7. ABJECT (ADJ.): (अधम) (of something bad) experienced or present to the maximum degree.
Synonyms: grovelling, obsequious
His letter plunged her into abject misery.
8. REITERATE (VERB): (बार बार दुहराना) say something again or a number of times
Synonyms: repeat, restate
She reiterated that the government would remain steadfast in its support.
9. TRIUMPH (NOUN): (विजय) a great victory or achievement.
Synonyms: conquest, success
Her triumph was a cause for celebration.
10. STIFLING (ADJ.): (दम घुटनेवाला) suffocating.
Synonyms: sweltering, oppressive
He needed to get out of this stifling atmosphere and breathe some fresh air.
11. EXPLORATION (NOUN): (अन्वेषण) thorough examination of a subject.
Synonyms: investigation, search
Some changes in the care-giving situation may need exploration.
12. SCURRILOUS (ADJ.): (अपमानजनक) humorously insulting.
Synonyms: abusive, derogatory
Her scurrilous performances have already condemned her.
13. MALICE (NOUN): (द्वेष) the desire to harm someone
Synonyms: malevolence, animosity
I bear no malice towards anybody.
14. ADJUDICATE (VERB):(निर्णय करना) make a formal judgement on a disputed matter.
Synonyms: arbitrate, adjudge
The Committee adjudicates on all betting disputes.
15. SCRUTINISE (VERB): (जाँचना) examine or inspect closely and thoroughly.
Synonyms: inspect, study
Customers were warned to scrutinize the small print.
16. DECIPHER (VERB): (समझाना) succeed in understanding, interpreting, or identifying (something).
Synonyms: discern, decode
Visual signals help us decipher what is being communicated.
17. CANDID (ADJ.): (निष्कपट) truthful and straightforward; frank.
Synonyms: forthright, honest
His responses were remarkably candid.
18. DELIBERATION (NOUN): (विवेचना) long and careful consideration or discussion.
Synonyms: thinking, consideration
After much deliberation, we arrived at a compromise.