- IMBROGLIO (NOUN): fight
Synonyms: bickering, brawl
Antonyms: harmony, agreement
Example Sentence: They had a lot of imbroglios in the past.
- CONDEMNATION (NOUN): blaming
Synonyms: censure, denunciation
Antonyms: absolution, endorsement
Example Sentence: His actions deserve condemnation.
- STEER (VERB): guide
Synonyms: escort, shepherd
Antonyms: abandon, obey
Example Sentence: His actions steered us to victory.
- UNRAVEL (VERB): unfold
Synonyms: decipher, resolve
Antonyms: entangle, twist
Example Sentence: We unraveled the mystery of the corner room.
- SUBSUME (VERB): include
Synonyms: incorporate, involve
Antonyms: exclude, ignore
Example Sentence: He subsumed a lot of details.
- MOOT (ADJECTIVE): doubtful
Synonyms: debatable, unresolved
Antonyms: resolved, settled
Example Sentence: We have some moot points in our mind.
- DISCARD (VERB): get rid of
Synonyms: jettison, ditch
Antonyms: approve, sanction
Example Sentence: He discarded all the unwanted members.
- EXEMPTION (NOUN): freedom from a responsibility
Synonyms: dispensation, privilege
Antonyms: accountability, answerability
Example Sentence: He was given many exemptions at office.
- CESS (NOUN): a charge levied on the citizens for a purpose
Synonyms: surcharge, tax
Antonyms: subsidy, grant
Example Sentence: The Government has levied a new cess.
- CONVERGENCE (NOUN): union
Synonyms: concurrence, confluence
Antonyms: disengagement, segregation
Example Sentence: Sunderban is the largest delta in the world that is formed by the convergence of Ganga and Brahmaputra.
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