1 Abrogate (verb)
To officially end a law, an agreement, etc. (रद्द करना)
Synonyms: invalidate, repeal, rescind, annul
Antonyms: approve, institute, enact, ratify, sanction
Example: The rule has been abrogated by mutual consent.

2 Coup (noun)
A sudden change of government that is illegal and often violent (तख्तापलट)
Synonyms: seizure of power, overthrow, takeover, ousting, deposition
Antonyms: establishment, election
Example: There are reports coming out of that region of a possible military coup.

3 Understate (verb)
To state that something is smaller, less important or less serious than it really is. (कम महत्व देना)
Synonyms: diminish, belittle, play down, minimise
Antonyms: exaggerate, overvalue, amplify, magnify, overrate
Example: It would be a mistake to understate the seriousness of the problem.

4 Repercussion (noun)
the effect that an action, event, or decision has on something, especially a bad effect. (प्रभाव)
Synonyms: outcome, consequence, upshot, corollary, ramification
Antonyms: cause, reason, origin, basis
Example: Smoking regularly could have serious repercussions.

5 Rally (verb)
To come together or bring people together in order to help or support somebody/something. (जुटाना)
Synonyms: assemble, muster, marshal, mobilize,
Antonyms: separate, disperse, disband, divide, split
Example: The country hastily rallied its defences.

6 Dispense (verb)
Distribute or provide (a service or information) to a number of people. (प्रदान करना)
Synonyms: distribute, bestow, confer, hand out, furnish
Antonyms: keep, withhold, retain
Example: It’s their job to dispense information effectively and accurately.

7 Wrath (noun)
Extreme anger. (प्रचंड क्रोध)
Synonyms: rage, exasperation, ire, dudgeon
Antonyms: calmness, composure, equanimity, serenity
Example: He fled the country to escape the king’s wrath.

8 Aspersion (Noun)
An attack on the reputation or integrity of someone or something. (अभिसिंचन)
Synonyms: defamation, slander, calumny, smear
Antonyms: praise, compliment, commendation, admiration
Example: I wouldn’t want to cast aspersions on your honesty.

9 Clenched (adjective)
(of the fingers or hand) closed into a tight ball. (भींचे)
Synonyms: clutched, clinched, clasped, clamped
Antonyms: loosened, released, unfastened
Example: He struck the wall with his clenched fist.

10 Jarring (adjective)
I having an unpleasant or annoying effect. (अप्रिय)
Synonyms: unpleasant, grating, upsetting, annoying
Antonyms: calming, soothing, palliative, reassuring
Example: Her comments on future policy introduced a jarring note to the proceedings.

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