1. COERCIVE (ADJ.): (बलपूर्वक) using force or threats to make someone do something.
Synonyms: forcibly, pressing
The president relied on the coercive powers of the military.
2. SYMPTOMATIC (ADJ): (सूचक) serving as a symptom or sign, especially of something undesirable.
Synonyms: indicative, indicatory
These difficulties are symptomatic of fundamental problems.
3. CALLOUSNESS (NOUN): (बेरहमी) insensitive and cruel disregard for others.
Synonyms: obduracy, insensitivity
She felt the rules showed a callousness and indifference to the suffering of others.
4. ABDICATION (NOUN): (त्याग) failure to fulfil a responsibility or duty.
It was a total abdication of responsibility, in my opinion.
5. CHARADE (NOUN): (शब्द पहेली) an absurd pretence intended to create a pleasant or respectable appearance.
Talk of unity was nothing more than a charade.
6. OBFUSCATE (VERB): (अस्पष्ट करना) make obscure, unclear, or unintelligible.
Synonyms: confuse, muddle
The suspect often obfuscated during the interrogation.
7. REINFORCE (VERB): (सुदृढ बनाना) strengthen or support.
The helmet has been reinforced with a double layer of cork.
8. AMBIGUITY (NOUN): (अस्पष्टता) inexactness.
Synonyms: ambivalence, obscurity
We can detect no ambiguity in this section of the Act.
9. SUCCOUR (NOUN): (सहायता) assistance and support in times of hardship and distress.
Synonyms: support, help
She mingles with poor people and provides succour to them.