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Vanquish: (Verb) come out better in a competition, race, or conflict
Synonyms: beat, defeat, overpower
Antonyms: surrender, release, fail
Usage: Antifreeze proteins are one way to vanquish dangerous ice crystals, but they're not the only way.
Devoid: (adj.) completely lacking
Synonyms: barren, free, destitute
Antonyms: complete, full, filled
Usage: He is completely devoid of any leadership qualities.
Debris: (noun) the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up
Synonyms: Junk, scrap, trash
Antonyms: neatness, cleanliness, possessions
Usage: There was white powder-dust or ash or whatever debris- on his clothing.
Beneficent: (adj.) doing or producing good
Synonyms: kindhearted, kind
Antonyms: brutal, atrocious
Usage: It provides funds for programs likely to produce beneficent change on a large scale.
Quotidian: (adj.) found in the ordinary course of events
Synonyms: everyday, routine
Antonyms: infrequent, seldom
Usage: The book opens with a profound essay sparked by the quotidian exercise of cleaning the refrigerator.
The number of two-digit numbers whose sum of the digits is a cube are?
agore was born into a distinguished Bengali family in Kolkatta, West Bengal on 1861. His father’s name was Maharishi Debendranath Tagore, a well-known Hindu reformer and mystic and his mother was Shrimati Sharada Devi. Tagore received his education at home. He was taught in Bengali, with English lessons in the afternoon.
He was a major political leader of the Congress Party, a pivotal figure in the Indian independence movement and the first and one of the longestserving Prime Ministers of the Republic of India.