1 Covert (adjective)
Secret or hidden, making it difficult to notice. (गुप्त)
Synonyms: secret, furtive, clandestine, surreptitious
Antonyms: open, visible, overt, public
Example: He stole a covert glance at her across the table.

2 Truce (noun)
An agreement between enemies or opponents to stop fighting or arguing for a certain time. (युद्धविराम)
Synonyms: ceasefire, armistice, suspension of hostilities, cessation of hostilities
Antonyms: war, fight, conflict
Example: The guerrillas called a three-day truce.

3 Pithy (adjective)
(of speech or writing) expressing an idea cleverly in a few words. (अल्पशब्दक)
Synonyms: concise, terse, succinct, laconic
Antonyms: verbose, wordy, long-winded, lengthy
Example: Press releases must be pithy, and full of substance and strong, clear comment.

4 Proffer (verb)
To offer something such as advice or an explanation. (प्रस्ताव करना)
Synonyms: offer, extend, tender, present
Antonyms: refuse, decline, turn down, reject
Example: What advice would you proffer to someone starting up in business?

5 Pan (verb)
To severely criticize something such as a play or a film. (कटु आलोचना करना)
Synonyms: criticize, slate, censure, denounce, excoriate
Antonyms: praise, applaud, extol, commend
Example: The television series was panned by critics and viewers alike.

6 Lampoon (verb)
Publicly criticize (someone or something) by using ridicule, irony, or sarcasm. (व्यंग्य करना)
Synonyms: mock, satire, deride, ridicule
Antonyms: applaud, praise, flattery, support
Example: His cartoons mercilessly lampooned the politicians of his time.

7 Miniscule (adjective)
Extremely small. (बहुत छोटा)
Synonyms: tiny, miniature, infinitesimal, pygmy
Antonyms: huge, colossal, gargantuan, gigantic
Example: Currently these businesses contribute a minuscule amount to the total revenues.

8 Unflinching (adjective)
Remaining strong and determined, even in a difficult or dangerous situation. (दृढ़)
Synonyms: resolute, steadfast, dogged, firm
Antonyms: wavering, flexible, yielding, surrendering
Example: He has shown unflinching determination throughout the campaign.

9 Plausible (adjective)
(of an argument or statement) seeming reasonable or probable. (स्वीकार्य)
Synonyms: logical, conceivable, cogent, rational
Antonyms: improbable, untenable, indefensible
Example: She could find no plausible explanation for its disappearance.

10 Forge (verb)
Create (something) strong, enduring, or successful (बनाना)
Synonyms: create, build up, construct, form, establish
Antonyms: abolish, annihilate, demolish, decimate
Example: Russia was the first country to forge a new economic system under the banner of Marxism.

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