1. QUANDARY (NOUN): Difficult situation
Synonyms: predicament, dilemma
Antonyms: good fortune, boon
Example Sentence: He has been trapped in quandary.
2. ENDEAR (VERB): Attract attention
Synonyms: captivate, cherish
Antonyms: dislike, hate
Example Sentence: She tried to endear everyone.
3. DISSEMINATE (VERB): distribute
Synonyms: advertise, circulate
Antonyms: hide, conceal
Example Sentence: It took years to disseminate information about Aids.
4. INCANTATION (NOUN): Spell
Synonyms: charm, magic
Antonyms: reality, actuality
Example Sentence: The sorcerer knows an incantation to raise the dead.
5. HAGGLE (VERB): Argue
Synonyms: bicker, dispute
Antonyms: agree, comply
Example Sentence: Do not haggle with me.
6. ALLEVIATE (VERB): relieve
Synonyms: allay, assuage
Antonyms: increase, intensify
Example Sentence: Take a Disprin to alleviate your headache.
7. TOLERANCE (NOUN): fortitude
Synonyms: patience, resilience
Antonyms: lethargy, weakness
Example Sentence: She had a low tolerance for noise.
8. CONCEITED (ADJECTIVE): egotistical
Synonyms: arrogant, big talking
Antonyms: diffident, humble
Example Sentence: The conceited man would not stop talking about himself.
9. SPURIOUS (ADJECTIVE): counterfeit
Synonyms: bogus, false
Antonyms: genuine, true
Example Sentence: To win elections, politicians often make spurious promises to voters.
10. OBSTRUCTION (NOUN): obstacle
Synonyms: blockage, hindrance
Antonyms: aid, assistance
Example Sentence: Once the obstruction is removed, water will continue to flow through the pipe.