Sol. Refer 3rd paragraph 2nd line.
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Sol. All are correct.
(I) Refer 1st para 6th line.
(II) Refer 3rd para 6th line.
(III) Refer 3rd para 1st line.
Sol. Refer 1st para 1st four lines.
Sol. Shooting the breeze: To spend time talking about things that are not important.
Sol. Statement (II) is incorrect. Refer 1st para last 4 lines.
Sol. Perish: to cause to die
Succumb: fail to resist pressure, temptation, or some other negative force/ die from the effect of a disease or injury.
Sol. Vindicate: show or prove to be right, reasonable, or justified.
Exonerate: (of an official body) absolve (someone) from blame for a fault or wrongdoing.
Sol. Hostility: hostile behaviour; unfriendliness or opposition.
Animosity: strong hostility.
Sol. Reconcile: restore friendly relations between.
Agitate: make (someone) troubled or nervous.
Sol. Unequivocal: in a way that leaves no doubt.
Dubious: something you have doubts about or you suspect is not true
Sol. Eschew- to avoid; to shun; to shy away
Prudence- the quality of being prudent(careful)
Sol. Worsened- to make worse
Prevalent- superior in frequency or dominant
Sol. Interim- temporary
Novelty- the state of being new or novel; newness
Sol. Ball- ‘put the ball in the court’ is a phrase which should be used in its original form
Engage- to keep busy or occupied
Sol. Smashing- the sound of violent impact
Managed- to handle or control