1 Esoteric (adjective)
intended for or likely to be understood by only a small number of people with a specialized knowledge or interest. (गुप्त)
Synonyms: abstruse, Arcane, recondite, cryptic, Delphic
Antonyms: exoteric, familiar, superficial, shallow
Example: Some words are really too esoteric for this dictionary.

2 Imbroglio (noun)
an unwanted, difficult, and confusing situation, full of trouble and problems. (उलझन)
Synonyms: complication, predicament, quandary, dilemma
Antonyms: harmony, good fortune, advantage, ease
Example: The Soviet Union became anxious to withdraw its soldiers from the Afghan imbroglio.

3 Cede (verb)
give up (power or territory). (हार मानना)
Synonyms: yield, relinquish, bequeath, abandon
Antonyms: acquire, attain, procure, gain
Example: The military has refused to cede power to elected officials.

4 Secede (verb)
to become independent of a country or area of government. (अलग होना)
Synonyms: withdraw. break with, separate from, split, pull out
Antonyms: affiliate, associate, link, connect
Example: The kingdom of Belgium seceded from the Netherlands in 1830.

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5 Dissident (noun)
a person who publicly disagrees with and criticizes their government. (मतभेद करनेवाला)
Synonyms: objector, nonconformist, insurgent, subversive
Antonyms: conformist, stickler, obedient, unquestioning
Example: The dissident was cast out from his country.

6 Apprehensive (adjective)
feeling worried about something that you are going to do or that is going to happen. (भयभीत)
Synonyms: anxious, restless, panicky, trepidatious
Antonyms: confident, calm, composed, relaxed
Example: The long delay had made me quite apprehensive.

7 Surrogate (noun)
something a that replaces or is used instead of something else. (स्थानापन्न व्यक्ति)
Synonyms: substitute, proxy, replacement, stand-in, back-up
Antonyms: original, permanent, genuine, natural
Example: For some people, reading travel books is a surrogate for actual travel.

8 Vehemently (adverb)
in a strong and emotional way. (जोरदार)
Synonyms: passionately, vigorously, fervidly, fervently
Antonyms: impassively, unemotionally, coolly, aloofly
Example: kane has always vehemently denied using drugs.

9 Evasive (adjective)
tending to avoid commitment or self-revelation, especially by responding only indirectly. (टालमटोल करने वाला)
elusive, prevaricating, shifty, slippery
Antonyms: direct, candid, straightforward, forthright
Example: His evasive reply prompted me to ask another question.

10 Mitigate (verb)
to make something less harmful, unpleasant, or bad. (कम करना)
Synonyms: lessen, attenuate, abate, diminish
Antonyms: aggravate, intensify, agitate, heighten
Example: Governments should endeavour to mitigate distress.

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