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SSC CGL 2021 and CHSL 2021 Synonyms

SSC CGL 2021 

  1. OSTENTATIOUS –  characterized by pretentious or showy display; designed to impress. /  showy, pretentious, conspicuous, obtrusive, flamboyant, gaudy ( तड़क-भड़क वाला, आडंबरपूर्ण )
  2. RETALIATE –  make an attack in return for a similar attack. /  fight back, hit back, respond, react, reply, reciprocate,   ( किसी के दुर्व्यवहार का जवाब कटु व्‍यवहार से देना, बदले की कार्रवाई करना )
  3. AVERT –  prevent or ward off /  prevent, stop, avoid, nip in the bud, stave off ( अप्रिय घटना को घटने से रोक लेना; )
  4. VERTICAL –  at right angles to a horizontal plane; in a direction, or having an alignment /  upright, erect, perpendicular,   ( खड़ा, सीधा, लंबवत, अनुलंब )
  5.  TACTITURN –  reserved or uncommunicative in speech; saying little. /  untalkative, uncommunicative, reticent, unforthcoming, quiet, ( अल्पभाषी (अमित्रवत ढंग से); कम बोलनेवाला, चुप्पा ) 
  6. IMMINENT –  about to happen. / impending, at hand, close, near, approaching, ( बहुत शीघ्र लगभग निश्‍चित रूप से घटित होने वाली; )
  7. SMOOTH –  having an even and regular surface; free from perceptible projections, lumps, or indentations. /  even, level, flat   ( चिकना )
  8. DUO –  a pair of people or things, especially in music or entertainment. /  Pair, duet ( एक साथ प्रदर्शन करने वाले गायकों या वादकों की जोड़ी ) 
  9. PARANOID –  characterized by or suffering from the mental condition of paranoia /  suspicious, mistrustful, distrustful, fearful, insecure,  ( इस मिथ्‍या संदेह से ग्रस्‍त कि अन्‍य लोग हानि पहुँचाना चाहते हैं या दुर्व्यवहार कर रहे हैं )
  10. INSCRUCTABLE –  impossible to understand or interpret. /  enigmatic, unreadable, impenetrable, mysterious, inexplicable ( समझ में न आने योग्य; रहस्यमय )
  11. FLUKE –  an unlikely chance occurrence, especially a surprising piece of luck. /  chance, coincidence, accident   ( आश्‍चर्यजनक और सुखद संयोग से प्राप्‍त परिणाम )
  12. URGE –  try earnestly or persistently to persuade (someone) to do something. /  impel, force, drive, coerce, appeal ( किसी व्‍यक्ति को कुछ करने के लिए समझाना या प्रबल रूप से प्रेरित करना ) 
  13. REDUNDANT –  not or no longer needed or useful; superfluous. /  unnecessary, not required, unessential, needless ( फ़ालतू, अतिरिक्त )
  14. LACUNA –  an unfilled space; a gap /  hiatus, blank, gap, pause, break  ( पुस्तक या किसी लेख में शून्यता या रिक्ति; कमी ) 
  15. SOLEMN –  formal and dignified. /  dignified, ceremonious, ceremonial, stately, courtly, majestic ( (व्‍यक्ति) अति गंभीर; )
  16. SUCCULENT –  (of food) tender, juicy, and tasty. /  juicy, moist, luscious, lush, fleshy, pulpy ( रस से भरपूर और बहुत स्‍वादिष्‍ट; रसीला ) 
  17. DISRUPT –  interrupt (an event, activity, or process) by causing a disturbance or problem. /  breach, break, interrupt, suspend, discontinue, obstruct, impede, hamper, ( विघ्‍न पैदा करना,  )
  18. EVENTUALLY –  in the end, especially after a long delay, dispute, or series of problems. / ultimately,  in the end, in due course, by and by, in time ( अंत में; अंततोगत्‍वा )
  19. TRENDY –  very fashionable or up to date. / Popular, fashionable, in vogue, stylish, modish,      ( फै़शनेबल )
  20. FINAL –  coming at the end of a series. /  last, closing, concluding, finishing, end, terminating     ( अंतिम (क्रम की दृष्टि से) )
  21. SQUAWK –  make a loud, harsh noise. /  screech, squeal, shriek, scream, croak,   ( चींख़, चिल्‍लाहट )
  22. PERJURY –  the offence of wilfully telling an untruth or making a misrepresentation under oath. /  lying, mendacity, falsehood ( न्‍यायालय में असत्‍य कथन, झूठी गवाही, शपथ-भंग )
  23. THRESHOLD –  a strip of wood or stone forming the bottom of a doorway and crossed in entering a house or room, the magnitude or intensity that must be exceeded for a certain reaction /  doorstep, doorway, entrance, minimum ( दहलीज़, )
  24. AMASS –  gather together or accumulate (a large amount or number of material or things) over a period of time. /  gather, collect, assemble, accumulate, stockpile,   ( किसी वस्‍तु को बड़ी मात्रा में एकत्रित या संचित कर देना )
  25. OBSTRUCT –  block (an opening, path, road, etc.); be or get in the way of, prevent or hinder  /  block, clog, impede, hinder, hamper ( किसी के काम में अड़चन डालना या रुकावट पैदा करना )
  26. COMMUTE –  travel some distance between one’s home and place of work on a regular basis, or change one kind of payment /  shuttle, exchange, convert ( प्रतिदिन निवास स्‍थान से कार्य-स्‍थान तक यात्रा करना )
  27. MONOTONOUS –  dull, tedious, and repetitious; lacking in variety and interest. /  tedious, boring, dull, uninteresting, unexciting, ( परिवर्तन-रहित और अतएव उबाऊ, अरोचक, नीरस )
  28. ABANDON –  cease to support or look after (someone); desert, give up completely / vacate, leave, quit, desert, renounce  ( किसी काम को अधूरा या उद्देश्‍य प्राप्‍त किए बिना बीच में ही रोक देना )
  29. ARID –  (of land or a climate) having little or no rain; too dry or barren to support vegetation. /  dry, dull, sterile, banal  ( सूखा; निर्जल वर्षाहीन )
  30. TRANQUIL –  free from disturbance; calm. /  peaceful, restful, reposeful, calm, quiet, still, serene, placid ( शांत, प्रशांत ) 
  31. ROBUST –  strong and healthy; vigorous. /  strong, vigorous, sturdy, tough, powerful,   ( तगड़ा और स्‍वस्‍थ )
  32. SAUCY –  having or expressing a bold, lively, or spirited manner. /  cheeky, jaunty, rakish, sporty
  33. BARE –  basic and simple. /  straightforward, plain, simple, basic, pure,   ( केवल, मात्र, निरा, सादा )
  34. TRIUMPHANT –  having won a battle or contest; victorious. / victorious, successful, winning      ( विजय या सफलता की प्राप्ति पर अत्‍यंत प्रसन्‍न; )
  35. LULL –  Calm or send to sleep, typically with soothing sounds or movements. /  calm, soothe, quiet, hush, lullaby ( किसी को शांत करना )
  36. RAVENOUS –  extremely hungry. /  starving, famished, voracious   ( बहुत भूखा; )
  37. AMUSEMENT –  the state or experience of finding something funny. /  mirth, merriment, entertainment, pleasure, leisure, ( मनोरंजन का साधन )
  38. LIVID –  furiously angry. /  furious, angry, infuriated, irate, fuming, raging,   ( क्रोधित ) 
  39. RETALIATE –  make an attack in return for a similar attack. /  fight back, hit back, respond, react, reply, reciprocate,   ( किसी के दुर्व्यवहार का जवाब कटु व्‍यवहार से देना, बदले की कार्रवाई करना )
  40. SAGACIOUS –  having or showing keen mental discernment and good judgement; wise or shrewd. /  wise, clever, intelligent, judicious, ( सही निर्णय क्षमता या समझ वाला; बुद्धिमान )
  41. AUDACITY –  a willingness to take bold risks. /  boldness, daring, fearlessness, intrepidity, bravery, courage, ( स्‍तब्‍ध कर देने वाला आचरण या व्‍यवहार ) 
  42. INCUMBENT –  necessary for (someone) as a duty or responsibility; the holder of an office or post. /  occupant, binding, obligatory, mandatory, necessary ( पदधारी )
  43. FICTITIOUS –  not real or true; imaginary or fabricated. /  false, fake, counterfeit, fabricated, imaginary ( मनगढ़ंत; बनावटी ) 
  44. ABANDON –  cease to support or look after (someone); desert, give up completely / vacate, leave, quit, desert, renounce  ( किसी काम को अधूरा या उद्देश्‍य प्राप्‍त किए बिना बीच में ही रोक देना )

                                SSC CHSL 2021

  1. GUILE –  sly or cunning intelligence. /  cunning, craftiness, deviousness, shrewdness, canniness, ingenuity  ( छल-कपट, फ़रेब )
  2. PERTUBED –  feeling anxiety or concern; unsettled. /  worry, upset, unsettle, disturb, concern, trouble  ( चिंतित या परेशान )
  3. FINICKY –  (of a person) fussy about their needs or requirements. /  fussy, fastidious, punctilious, (  मुश्किल से संतुष्ट होनेवाला )
  4. COMPLEMENTS –  a thing that contributes extra features to something else in such a way as to improve or emphasize its quality. /  match, accompaniment, companion, addition, supplement, accessory, (  पूरक या अनुकूल वस्‍तु )
  5. DIVISIVE –  tending to cause disagreement or hostility between people. /  alienating, estranging, isolating, schismatic, discordant, ( मतभेदकारी, लोगों को विभाजित करने वाला )
  6. HOARDING –  accumulate (money or valued objects) and hide or store away. /  pile up, store, stock up on, stockpile, put aside,    ( किसी वस्‍तु को बड़ी मात्रा में (प्रायः गुप्‍त रीति से) संचित कर जमा करना )
  7. BEREFT –  deprived of or lacking (something). /  devoid, without, in need of, short of ( पूर्णतया रहित; से हीन या वंचित )
  8. ASSASSINATE –  murder (an important person) for political or religious reasons. /  murder, kill, execute, slaughter, butcher, ( धन के लालच या किन्‍हीं राजनैतिक कारणों से किसी लोकप्रिय या महत्वपूर्ण व्‍यक्ति की हत्‍या करना )
  9. PERTAINING –  be appropriate, related, or applicable to. /  concern, reference to , regard (  संबंधित होना )
  10. PROTRACTED –  lasting for a long time or longer than expected or usual. /  prolonged, extended, interminable ( लंबी अवधि तक रहने वाला )
  11. PERVERSE –  showing a deliberate and obstinate desire to behave in a way that is unreasonable or unacceptable. /  awkward, contrary, difficult, unreasonable, uncooperative, deviant, ( तर्कविरूद्ध या अमान्‍य व्‍यवहार करने वाला व्‍यक्ति )
  12. RENOUNCE –  formally declare one’s abandonment of (a claim, right, or possession). /   reject, repudiate, abandon, give up, abdicate, forsake  ( किसी पर दावा या स्‍वामित्‍व बाक़ायदा छोड़ देना; त्‍याग देना )
  13. BENEVOLENCE –  the quality of being well meaning; kindness. /  kindness, goodness, benignity, compassion  ( परोपकरी, हितकामना )
  14. AMBLE –  walk or move at a slow, relaxed pace. /  stroll, saunter, wander, meander, ramble, dawdle,  ( मंथर गति से चलना, टहलना, रहवाल चलना )
  15. EQUIVOCAL –  open to more than one interpretation; ambiguous. /  indefinite, non-committal, vague, indeterminate, imprecise, inexact, indistinct, inexplicit, blurry, ( अस्पष्ट तथा ठीक अर्थ या भावना के बिना )
  16. ABUNDANT –  existing or available in large quantities; plentiful. /  copious, ample, profuse, rich, lavish, liberal, generous,   ( बहुत बड़ी मात्रा में विद्यमान )
  17. CUNNING –  having or showing skill in achieving one’s ends by deceit or evasion. /  crafty, wily, artful, guileful, devious, sly, knowing, scheming, ( चालाक, धूर्त )
  18. BAFFLEMENT –  totally bewilder or perplex. /  puzzle, bewilder, mystify, bemuse, confuse,   ( चकरा देना; उलझन में डाल देना )
  19. CONFRONT –  come face to face with (someone) with hostile or argumentative intent. /  challenge, square up to, oppose, resist, defy, beard, tackle, ( किसी मुसीबत का या अप्रिय स्थिति का सामना करना या सामना करवाना )
  20. LOATHE –  feel intense dislike or disgust for. /  hate, detest, abhor, despise, abominate, execrate,         ( किसी व्‍यक्ति या वस्‍तु से नफ़रत करना )
  21. PERILOUS –  full of danger or risk. /  dangerous, hazardous, risky, unsafe, treacherous, precarious, vulnerable, ( ख़तरनाक, जोखिम-भरा )
  22. HATE –  feel intense dislike for. / hate, detest, abhor, despise, abominate,  ( व्‍यक्ति या वस्‍तु के प्रति अत्‍यधिक अरुचि होना; घृणा करना )
  23. INCLINED –  be favourably disposed towards or willing to do something. /  disposed, minded, willing, ready, prepared, motivated  ( प्रवृत्त, इच्‍छुक )
  24. SANGUINITY –  optimistic or positive, especially in an apparently bad or difficult situation. /  optimistic, bullish, hopeful, positive, confident, cheerful,   ( भविष्य के प्रति आशावान तथा विश्‍वासपूर्ण; आशावादी )
  25. EXPENDED –  spend or use up (a resource such as money or energy). /  spend, pay out, lay out, disburse, exhausted ( किसी कार्य में धन, समय, ध्यान आदि लगाना )
  26. DISSEMINATE –   spread (something, especially information) widely. /  spread, circulate, distribute, disperse, diffuse, proclaim, promulgate,  ( व्यापक प्रसार करना, वितरण करना, फैलाना, प्रचार करना )
  27. ECSTASY –  an overwhelming feeling of great happiness or joyful excitement. /  rapture, bliss, elation, euphoria, cloud nine, seventh heaven ( आह्लाद और आनंद की भावना; हर्षोन्माद )
  28. VACANT –  not occupied; empty. /  bare, empty, unoccupied, unfilled, free, available, not in use, unused  ( जो इस्‍तेमाल में नहीं आ रहा; ख़ाली )
  29. SCARED –  fearful; frightened. /  frightened, afraid, fearful, nervous, panicky,  ( भयभीत )
  30. PACE –  speed in walking, running, or moving. /  speed, rate, swiftness, quickness, rapidity, velocity, tempo, ( चलने, दौड़ने आदि या कुछ घटित होने की गति; चाल )
  31. DECIPHER –  convert (a text written in code, or a coded signal) into normal language; succeed in understanding, interpreting /  decode, decrypt, solve, interpret, translate,   ( कूट (गूढ़) लेखन को पढ़ लेना या समझ लेना; कूटवाचन करना )
  32. STARTLE –  cause to feel sudden shock or alarm. /  surprise, frighten, scare, alarm ( चौंका देना )
  33. OVERTURE –  an introduction to something more substantial. /  preamble, preliminary, prelude, introduction ( पहल या संकेत कदम )
  34. CREDIBLE –  able to be believed; convincing. /  acceptable, trustworthy, reliable, dependable, sure, valid,  ( विश्‍वसनीय; विश्‍वास करने योग्‍य )
  35. RESCIND –  revoke, cancel, or repeal  / reverse, abrogate, overturn, ( किसी क़ानून, अनुबंध, निर्णय आदि को अधिकृत रूप से निरस्‍त )
  36. RECONNOITRE –  make a military observation of (a region). /  survey, inspect, investigate, explore ( जाँच पड़ताल करना )
  37. OPULENCE –  great wealth or luxuriousness. /  prosperity, splendour, magnificence, grandeur,   ( समृद्धि )
  38. INCITE –  encourage or stir up (violent or unlawful behaviour). /  ignite, inflame, encourage, fuel, ( भड़काना, उकसाना )
  39. FLECK –  a very small patch of colour or light. /  spot, mark, patch, pop, dot, ( बहुत छोटा निशान )
  40.  TRANQUIL –  free from disturbance; calm. /  peaceful, restful, reposeful, calm, quiet, still, serene, placid ( शांत, प्रशांत )
  41. ARRAIGN –  call or bring (someone) before a court to answer a criminal charge. /  indict, prosecute, put on trial, denounce  ( औपचारिक रूप से अभियोग लगाने के लिए दोषी को कचहरी में लाना )
  42. ADMIRE –  regard with respect or warm approval. /  applaud, praise, commend, appreciate ( किसी के प्रति आदर व प्रशंसा का भाव रखना )
  43. RAMPART –  a defensive wall of a castle or walled city, having a broad top with a walkway and typically a stone parapet. /  bulwark, embankment, battlement, fortification ( पत्थर या मिट्टी की बनी दिवार )
  44. PROFESS –  claim that one has (a quality or feeling), especially when this is not the case. /  declare, announce, proclaim, assert, state, affirm,   ( किसी बात के सच या सही होने का दावा करना )
  45. VANITY –  excessive pride in or admiration of one’s own appearance or achievements. /  conceit, narcissism, egotism, haughty ( घमंड, दंभ )
  46. DEVASTATE –  destroy or ruin. /  wreck, ransack, demolish  ( सर्वनाश करना, तबाह करना )
  47. PUDGY –  (of a person or part of their body) rather fat. /  thick-bodied, fatty ( बहुत भारी; मोटा, )
  48. ALLAY –   diminish or put at rest /  reduce, diminish, decrease, lessen, assuage, alleviate,  ( (पीड़ा, कष्‍ट, भय आदि की) तीव्रता या प्रबलता कम करना )
  49. QUAINT –  attractively unusual or old-fashioned. /  picturesque, charming, sweet, attractive, relieve ( आकर्षक या अनूठा )
  50. BANTER –  the playful and friendly exchange of teasing remarks. /  repartee, raillery, swordplay                 ( हँसी-दिल्‍लगी, )
  51. AUSTERE –  severe or strict in manner or attitude. /  severe, stern, strict, harsh, unfeeling, stony ( कठोर, सुख-सुविधा-रहित )
  52. SALUBRIOUS –  resulting in good; favourable or advantageous. /   healthy, pleasant, beneficial (  स्वस्थ तथा रहने के लिए सुहावना; स्वास्थ्यकर )
  53. BOLDNESS –  willingness to take risks and act innovatively; confidence or courage. /  bravery, courage, audacious ( साहस, निडरता और आत्‍मविश्‍वास )
  54. LITIGANT –  a person involved in a lawsuit. /  petitioner, opponent, contestant, contender, disputant, plaintiff ( न्‍यायालय में मुक़दमा लड़ने वाला व्‍यक्ति )
  55. ILLOGICAL –  lacking sense or clear, sound reasoning. /  irrational, unreasonable, unsound, unreasoned, unfounded, groundless ( समझदारी या तर्कसंगति से रहित )
  56. STARTLE –  cause to feel sudden shock or alarm. /  surprise, frighten, scare, alarm ( चौंका देना )
  57. NADIR –  the lowest or most unsuccessful point in a situation. /  base, zero ( स्थिति विशेष का सबसे बुरा समय )
  58. PLEASING –  giving a sense of happy satisfaction or enjoyment. /  gratifying, refreshing, enjoyable, pleasurable, nice, agreeable, satisfying ( सुहाना, आनंददायक या अनुकूल )
  59. STYMIE –  prevent or hinder the progress of. /  impede, hamper, hinder, obstruct, inhibit,   ( रोड़ा अटकाना; किसी बात को होने न देना )
  60. GREED –  intense and selfish desire for something, especially wealth, power, or food. /  cupidity, avarice, acquisitiveness ( आवश्‍यकता से अधिक पाने की इच्‍छा; लोभ, लालच )
  61. LACONIC –  (of a person, speech, or style of writing) using very few words. /  brief, concise, terse, succinct, short, economical, elliptical,   ( अतिसंक्षिप्‍त, नपा-तुला, सूचनात्‍मक ) 
  62. RESPLENDENT –  splendid, magnificent, brilliant, dazzling, glittering, glowing,   ( आकर्षक ढंग से चमकीला;  )
  63. EXCRUCIATING –  intensely painful. /  piercing, agonizing, extremely painful, severe, acute, intense, extreme ( बहुत अधिक दर्द करने वाला )
  64. INEVITABLE –  certain to happen; unavoidable. /  Inescapable, inexorable, unpreventable, assured, certain,   ( जिसे घटित होने से रोका न जा सके, अवश्‍य होने वाला; अवश्‍यंभावी )
  65. UTILITARIAN –  designed to be useful or practical rather than attractive. /  practical, functional, serviceable, useful, sensible, effective, ( व्यावहारिक एवं उपयोगी न कि आकर्षक; उपयोगी )
  66. ABROGATE –  repeal or do away with (a law, right, or formal agreement). /  repudiate, revoke, repeal, rescind, overturn, overrule, override, ( खंडन करना, किसी बात को स्‍वीकार करने या मानने से इनकार करना )
  67. STARTLINGLY –  in a very surprising, astonishing, or remarkable way. / amazingly, astonishingly   ( आश्‍चर्यजनक, विस्‍मयकारी )
  68. BESTIAL –  savagely cruel and depraved. /  savage, brutish, brutal, barbarous, barbaric ( क्रूरतापूर्ण और अप्रियकर; नृशंसतापूर्ण )
  69. CHASTISE –  rebuke or reprimand severely. /  scold, upbraid, berate, reprimand, reprove, rebuke, admonish,  ( ग़लती के लिए आलोचना या निंदा करना; डाँटना ) 
  70. SLENDER – (of a person or part of the body) gracefully thin. / frail, slim, lean, willowy,     (पतला; इकहरा )
  71. ROBBED –  take property unlawfully from (a person or place) by force or threat of force. /  cheat, swindle, defraud, plundered ( लूटना )
  72. RESOLUTE –  admirably purposeful, determined, and unwavering. /  determined, purposeful, purposive, resolved, decided, adamant,  ( दृढ़निश्‍चयी, कृतसंकल्‍प )
  73. GIDDINESS –  a sensation of whirling and a tendency to fall or stagger; dizziness. /  unsteadiness     ( चक्‍कर )
  74. QUINTESSENTIAL –  representing the most perfect or typical example of a quality or class. /  typical, prototypical, model   ( सर्वोत्कृष्ट )
  75. DECEPTION –  the action of deceiving someone. / deceit, duplicity, fraud, cunning ( धोखा देने की क्रिया )
  76. BENIGN –  gentle and kindly. /  benevolent, kind, warm-hearted, friendly,   (  उदार या सौम्‍य )
  77. MODEST –  unassuming in the estimation of one’s abilities or achievements. /  shy, self-effacing, self-deprecating, humble, unpretentious, bashful ( विनम्र, विनीत  )
  78. SATIATE –  satisfied to the full; sated. /  satisfy, slake, quench, stuff, overfill,   ( पूर्णतया संतुष्ट करना, तृप्त करना )
  79. SAVOURY –  belonging to the category that is salty or spicy rather than sweet. /  salty, spicy, piquant, tangy ( मीठे से भिन्‍न स्‍वाद का; नमकीन आदि )
  80. STUPENDOUS –  extremely impressive. /  amazing, astounding, astonishing, extraordinary, remarkable,   ( अति विशाल या प्रभावशाली )
  81. RENOUNCE –  formally declare one’s abandonment of (a claim, right, or possession). /  reject, repudiate, abjure, ( किसी पर दावा या स्‍वामित्‍व बाक़ायदा छोड़ देना; त्‍याग देना )
  82. EXORCISE –  drive out or attempt to drive out (a supposed evil spirit) from a person or place. /  cast out, expel, rid, purify, cleanse (प्रार्थना या झाड़-फूँक द्वारा भूत उतारना या भगाना )
  83. IMPRISONMENT –  the state of being imprisoned; captivity. /  incarceration, internment, confinement, detention, custody ( क़ैद, कारावास )
  84. HAPLESS –  (especially of a person) unfortunate. /  unlucky, ill-starred, ill-fated ( अभागा; भाग्यहीन; दयनीय, )
  85. AFFLICT –  (of a problem or illness) cause pain or trouble to; affect adversely. /  trouble, , bother, burden, distress ( दुख देना, सताना, पीड़ित करना )
  86. RAVENOUS –  extremely hungry. /  starving, famished, sharp-set, esurient,   ( बहुत भूखा; मरभुक्‍खा )
  87. AFFRONT –  an action or remark that causes outrage or offence. /  insult, offence, indignity, slight, snub, aspersion ( ऐसा कथन या व्‍यवहार जो दूसरे को अपमानजनक लगे; निरादर )
  88. DESTITUTE –  extremely poor and lacking the means to provide for oneself. /  penniless, impoverished, poverty-stricken, impecunious, indigent ( धन, भोजन या घर की सुविधा से वंचित ).
  89. PUGNACIOUS – eager or quick to argue, quarrel, or fight. /  combative, aggressive, antagonistic, belligerent, bellicose,  ( लड़ाकू; झगड़ालू )
  90. LUDICROUS –  so foolish, unreasonable, or out of place as to be amusing. /  crazy, absurd, ridiculous, farcical, laughable, risible, preposterous, ( बहुत बेतुका; हास्‍यास्‍पद )

ECCENTRIC –  (of a person or their behaviour) unconventional and slightly strange. /  Queer, unconventional, uncommon, abnormal, irregular, aberrant, ( सनकी, ख़ब्‍ती, झक्‍की )

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