Novice (Verb) Meaning: a person new to and inexperienced in a job or situation. Synonyms: beginner, learner, inexperienced person Usage: He was a complete novice in foreign affairs.
Inept (Adjective) Meaning: having or showing no skill; clumsy. Synonyms: incompetent, unskillful, unskilled, inexpert, amateurish Usage: My attempts at baking were inept but I fumbled on
Impudent (Adjective) Meaning: not showing due respect for another person; impertinent. Synonyms: impertinent, insolent, cheeky, audacious, brazen Usage: He could have strangled this impudent upstart.
Forsake (Verb) Meaning: abandon or leave. Synonyms: abandon, desert, leave, quit, depart from, and leave behind Usage: She forsook her child, giving him up for adoption.
Ambivalent (Adjective) Meaning: having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something or someone. Synonyms: equivocal, uncertain, unsure, doubtful, indecisive, inconclusive, and irresolute Usage: Some loved her, some hated her, and few were ambivalent about her.
PILLAGE (VERB): rob a place using violence: (लूटना) Synonyms: loot, maraud Antonyms: receive, construct Example Sentence: Those people pillaged the town.
PITHY (ADJECTIVE): vigorously expressive: (सारगर्भित) Synonyms: cogent, concise Antonyms: impotent, lengthy Example Sentence: None liked his pithy comments.
OSTENSIBLY (ADVERB): apparently Synonyms: evidently, seemingly Antonyms: improbably, unlikely Example Sentence: Ostensibly, this is being done to make educational facilities available.
WADE (VERB): walk with effort through liquid: (प्रकट रूप से) Synonyms: paddle, drudge Antonyms: avoid, dodge Example Sentence: As we wade gingerly across to the other bank, we realize we would be lost without the boys.