1) Exposure (अनावरण) – X-po-sher
Meaning – the state of having no protection from something harmful – Noun
Synonyms – submission, subjection
Antonyms – certainty, safety
Example – The main environmental threat to human health in many towns and cities nowadays is from exposure to air pollution.

2) Pharmaceutical (दवा) – Farm-aa-suit-a-kal
Meaning – relating to medicinal drugs, or their preparation, use, or sale – Adjective
a compound manufactured for use as a medicinal drug – Noun
Synonyms – medicine, cure
Antonyms – disease
Example – The pharmaceutical industry is very good at development.

3) Residues (अवशेष) –  In-tri-cate
Meaning – a small amount of something that remains after the main part has gone or been taken or used – Noun
Synonyms – remainder, surplus
Antonyms – base, core
Example – Luck is the residue of skill and preparation.

4) Manure (खाद) – Man-your
Meaning – animal dung used for fertilizing land – Noun
apply manure to (land) – Verb
Synonyms – compost, muck
Example – These trees will thrive on animalmanure and other organic forms of fertiliser.

5) Significant (अभिव्यक्ति) – Sig-ni-fi-kent
Meaning – sufficiently great or important to be worthy of attention, noteworthy -Adjective
Synonyms – compelling, important
Antonyms – meaningless, trivial
Example – We overcame significant problems.

6) Resistant (प्रतिरोधी) – Resist-ant
Meaning – offering resistance to something or someone – Adjective
Synonyms – unaffected, contrary
Antonyms – receptive, susceptible
Example – But now there are indications the government no longer is resistant.

7) Effluent (प्रवाह) – Aa-flew-ant
Meaning – liquid waste or sewage discharged into a river or the sea – Noun
Synonyms – outflow, discharge
Antonyms – completion, conclusion
Example – The factory had five years to treat its effluents before dumping

8) Bellicose
Meaning: demonstrating aggression and willingness to fight.
Synonym: belligerent, aggressive, hostile, threatening
Antonym: peaceable
Sentence: “a mood of bellicose jingoism”

9) Panache
Meaning: flamboyant confidence of style or manner.
Synonym:  flamboyance, confidence, self-assurance, style,
Sentence: “he entertained London society with great panache”

10) Palpable
Meaning: able to be touched or felt.
Synonym: tangible, touchable, noticeable, detectable, solid, concrete,
Antonym: intangible, imperceptible
Sentence: “the palpable bump at the bridge of the nose”

11) Benefactor
Meaning: a person who gives money or other help to a person or cause.
Synonym: patron, benefactress, supporter
Sentence: “a low-interest loan from a benefactor allowed them to build a floor for the exhibition hall”

12) Panacea
Meaning: a solution or remedy for all difficulties or diseases.
Synonym: universal cure, cure-all, cure for all ills, universal remedy 
Sentence: “the panacea for all corporate ills”

13) Beleaguer
Meaning: put in a very difficult situation., lay siege to. 
Synonym: besieged, under siege, surrounded
Sentence: “he led a relief force to the aid of the beleaguered city. 
“the board is supporting the beleaguered director”. 

14) Paragon
Meaning: a person or thing regarded as a perfect example of a particular quality., a person or thing viewed as a model of excellence.
Synonym: shining example, good example, model, epitome, archetype, ideal,
Sentence: “it would have taken a paragon of virtue not to feel viciously jealous”
“your cook is a paragon”

15) Paradox
Meaning: a seemingly absurd or contradictory statement or proposition which when investigated may prove to be well founded or true.
Synonym: self-contradiction, inconsistency, incongruity, anomaly, conflict
Sentence: “the uncertainty principle leads to all sorts of paradoxes, like the particles being in two places at once”

16) Paradigm
Meaning: a typical example or pattern of something; a pattern or model.
Synonym: prototype, model
Sentence: “society’s paradigm of the ‘ideal woman’

17) Pandemonium
Meaning: wild and noisy disorder or confusion; uproar.
Synonym:  cacophony, clamor
Antonym: calm, hush, peace,
Sentence: “there was complete pandemonium—everyone just panicked”