1 Vest (verb)
To give somebody the legal right or power to do something. (हवाले करना)
Synonyms: give, confer on, bestow on, grant to, entrust to
Antonyms: refuse, deny, reject
Example: Executive power is vested in the President.

2 Scrupulously (adverb)
In a way that pays careful attention to every detail. (ध्यानपूर्वक)
Synonyms: carefully, conscientiously, punctiliously
Antonyms: thoughtlessly, carelessly, superficially
Example: Ritual had to be meticulously, incautiously, scrupulously observed—the lighting, the arrangement of the speakers.

3 Conflation (noun)
The merging of two or more sets of information, texts, ideas, etc. into one. (सम्मिश्रण)
Synonyms: merger, fusion, meld, amalgam
Antonyms: division, separation, parting, scission
Example: But this is just another product of the conflation of money and capital.

4 Dissonance (noun)
Lack of agreement or harmony between people or things. (मतभेद)
Synonyms: disagreement, dissension, dissent, discord
Antonyms: agreement, harmony, concord, consonance
Example: Does this dissonance between politicians and voters matter?

5 Extinguishment (noun)
The annulment of a legal document. (समापन)
Synonyms: invalidation, nullification, voiding, revocation
Antonyms: approval, enactment, validation, sanction
Example: The fifth chapter discusses the case of relative extinguishment of security right on ships.

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6 Thorny (adjective)
Causing difficulty, trouble or disagreement. (कष्टमय)
Synonyms: problematic, prickly, troublesome, controversial
Antonyms: smooth, untroublesome, easy, moderate
Example: Difficult and thorny issues are resolved by intelligent listening.

7 Sanctity (noun)
The state or quality of being holy, sacred, or saintly. (पवित्रता)
Synonyms: holiness, sacredness, saintliness, piousness
Antonyms: wickedness, profanity, impiety
Example: He says he does value marriage and its sanctity.

8 Deterrent (noun)
A thing that discourages or is intended to discourage someone from doing something. (निवारक)
Synonyms: disincentive, curb, check, restraint
Antonyms: assistance, catalyst, encouragement, incentive
Example: Cameras are a major deterrent to crime.

9 Grossly (adjective)
(used to describe unpleasant qualities) extremely. (निहायत)
Synonyms: totally, wholly, completely, utterly
Antonyms: partially, incompletely, slightly, moderately
Example: The decision was grossly unfair.

10 Scant (adjective)
Barely sufficient or adequate. (अपयार्पत)
Synonyms: scanty, paltry, mere, measly
Antonyms: adequate, enough, plentiful, ample
Example: The story has received scant attention in the press.

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