1 Implicate (verb)
Bear some of the responsibility for (an action or process, especially a criminal or harmful one). (फंसाना)
Synonyms- Involve in, Concern with, Associate with
Antonyms- Dissociate, Exclude
Example- Some Members of Parliament are being implicated in the illegal mining activities.

2 Profess (verb)
To state (Tepid)/ that you have a particular (घोषित करना)
Synonyms- Declare, Confess, Admit, Announce
Antonyms- Deny, Refuse, Reject
Example- In this scene the couple finally profess their love for each other.

3 Brash (adj.)
Self-assertive in a rude, noisy, or overbearing way. (भंगशील)
Synonyms- Cocksure, Audacious, Brazen
Antonyms- Fearful, Meek, Timid
Example- Some teenagers are rude, brash and nasty; some are not.

4 Fine-tune (verb)
To make very small changes to something so that it is as good as it can possibly be. (ठीक करना)
Synonyms: Modify, Refine, Improve, Alter, Graduate
Antonyms- Spoil, Impair, Disfigure, Blemish
Example- The scientific team is now fine-tuning the strategy for transfer to producers.

5 Insinuate (verb)
Suggest or hint (something bad) in an indirect and unpleasant way. (संकेत करना)
Synonyms: Imply, Indicate, Allude, Give inkling
Antonyms- Conceal, Withhold
Example- China does not prevent religious expression, as is insinuated in your article.

6 Desecration (noun)
The act of damaging a holy thing or place or treating it without respect. (अपवित्रता)
Synonyms: Violation, Profanation, Sacrilege
Example- This would be desecration of the highest order.

7 Constellation (noun)
A group of associated or similar people or things. (समूह)
Synonyms: Group, Lot, Band
Example- No two patients ever show exactly the same constellation of symptoms.

8 Coherent (adj.)
Logical And Well Organized; Easy To Understand And Clear. (समझने में सरल)
Synonyms: Logical, Rational, Cogent, Sound
Antonyms- Illogical, Untenable, Unreasonable, Specious
Example- When the driver could neither walk in a straight line nor give a coherent answer to the policeman’s questions, he got a free ride to the station.

9 Elude (verb)
Escape from or avoid (a danger, enemy, or pursuer), typically in a skilful or cunning way. (टलना)
Synonyms: Evade, Avoid, Get away from, Dodge
Antonyms- Face, Confront
Example- Physical strength is useless without not only a purpose, but also agility and lightening speed in order to elude enemies.

10 Remnants (noun)
A part or quantity that is left after the greater part has been used, removed, or destroyed. (अवशेष)
Synonyms: Remains, Residue, Leftovers, Remainder
Example- I will not let him destroy the last remnants of our family.

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