1 Moot (verb)
to suggest (an idea or possibility). (प्रस्तुत करना)
Synonyms: propose, ventilate, bring up, put forward
Antonyms: censor, hush (up), quiet, suppress
Example: The scheme was first mooted last October.

2 Exacerbate (verb)
Make (a problem, bad situation, or negative feeling) worse. (ख़राब करना)
Synonyms: worsen, inflame, compound, aggravate
Antonyms: mitigate, relieve, alleviate, assuage
Example: This attack will exacerbate the already tense relations between the two communities.

3 Offset (verb)
Counteract (something) by having an equal and opposite force or effect. (बराबर करना)
Synonyms: Synonyms: counterbalance, equalize, neutralize, nullify
Antonyms: assist, aid, support, back
Example: He put up his prices to offset the increased cost of materials.

4 Tangle (noun)
a confused or complicated state. (उलझन)
Synonyms: muddle, jumble, mix-up, entanglement
Antonyms: solution, simplicity, ease, advantage
Example: We employed a lawyer to straighten our legal tangle.

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5 Procure (verb)
Obtain (something), especially with care or effort. (परिश्रम से प्राप्त करना)
Synonyms: acquire, obtain, secure, attain, gain
Antonyms: accord, relinquish, surrender, yield
Example: He persuaded a friend to procure him a ticket.

6 Rebuff (verb)
to refuse a friendly offer, request or suggestion in an unkind way. (अस्वीकार करना)
Synonyms: decline, spurn, snub, repudiate, turn down
Antonyms: accept, consent, assent, accede
Example: She rebuffed their request for help.

7 Radiate (verb)
to show an emotion or quality, or (of an emotion or quality) to be shown or felt. (दिखाना)
Synonyms: display, exhibit, demonstrate, emanate
Antonyms: cover, conceal, veil, bury
Example: She was radiating joy and happiness.

8 Perpetrator (noun)
a person who commits a crime or does something that is wrong or evil. (अपराधकर्ता)
Synonyms: criminal, culprit, offender, malefactor
Antonyms: innocent
Example: The perpetrators of this horrific crime must be brought to justice.

9 Privy (adjective)
sharing in the knowledge of (something secret or private). (गुप्त)
Synonyms: aware of, acquainted with, in on, informed of
Antonyms: uninformed, unaware, unfamiliar, not cognizant
Example: She was not privy to any information ‘ contained in the letters.

10 Stupor (noun)
a state of near-unconsciousness or insensibility. (अचेतनता)
Synonyms- slumber, numbness, oblivion
Antonyms- consciousness, sensibility, liveliness
Example- In his drunken stupor, Mitch was unable to locate his car in the parking lot.

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