1. CREDENCE (NOUN): (विश्वास) belief in or acceptance of something as true.
Synonyms: faith, reliance
Psychoanalysis finds little credence among laymen.
2. REPRIEVE (VERB): (दण्डविराम) cancel or postpone the punishment of (someone, especially someone condemned to death).
Synonyms: pardon, acquit
Under the new regime, prisoners under sentence of death were reprieved.
3. UTILITARIAN (ADJ.): (उपयोगी) designed to be useful or practical rather than attractive.
Synonyms: useful, effective
It is meant to be reliable, comfortable, and utilitarian.
4. WOE (NOUN): (शोक) great sorrow or distress (often used hyperbolically).
Synonyms: sadness, distress
Her face was lined and full of woe.
5. PITFALL (NOUN): (काठिनाई) a hidden or unsuspected danger or difficulty.
Synonyms: risk, peril
Be aware of the pitfalls that may limit your negligee modeling success.
6. PSEUDO (ADJ.): (मिथ्या) not genuine; spurious or sham.
Synonyms: phoney, bogus
We are talking about real journalists and not the pseudo kind.
7. DISCERNIBLE (ADJ.): (प्रत्यक्ष) able to be discerned; perceptible.
Synonyms: noticeable, conspicuous
The scandal had no discernible effect on his career.
8. RESENTMENT (NOUN): (नाराज़गी) bitter indignation at having been treated unfairly.
Synonyms: indignation, displeasure
He expressed his resentment of the new policies.
9. ONEROUS (ADJ.): (कष्टदायक) (of a task or responsibility) involving a great deal of effort, trouble, or difficulty.
Synonyms: troublesome, arduous
He found his duties increasingly onerous.
10. DIVISIVE (ADJ.): (बांटनेवाला) tending to cause disagreement or hostility between people.
Synonyms: alienate, estrangeing
The campaign for the mayor's office was racially divisive.