Arbitrary (adj) - unmotivated, unreasonable, unjustified, based on random choice (मनमाना)
Example - The company has been the subject of an arbitrary take-over
Rhetoric (noun) - the art of effective, loftiness, persuasive speaking, power of speech (भाषण कला)
Example - He has toned down his rhetoric of late
Malevolent (adj) - bitter, hostile, vengeful, showing a wish to do evil to others (दुष्ट)
Example - I could feel his malevolent gaze as I walked away.
Vilification (noun) - defamation, censure, criticism, abusively disparaging speech (तिरस्कार करना)
Example - She condemned her relentless vilification by the press.
Arrogate (verb) - assume, take, claim (something) without justification (हथियाना)
Example - They arrogate to themselves the power to punish people.
Indiscreet (adj) - unwise, impolitic, incautious, irresponsible (असावधानीपूर्ण)
Example - They have been rather indiscreet about their affair.
Perturb (verb) - concern, disturb, trouble, make (someone) anxious, unsettled (घबड़ा देना)
Example - They were perturbed by hr capricious behaviour.
Ephemeral (adj) - cursory, Temporary, Short-lived, transient, lasting for a very short time (अल्पकालिक)
Example -The nature of train drinking is an ephemeral pleasure.
Ameliorate (verb) - improve, upgrade, better, boost, raise, amend (सुधारना)
Example - He expected me to do something to ameliorate his depression
Orchestrate (verb) - arrange, set up, adapt, organize, plan (योजना बनाना)
Example - He was orchestrating the second act of his opera.