1.CADGE (VERB): to beg
Synonyms: scrounge, sponge
Antonyms: donate, give
Example Sentence: She asked me to cadge help in the hour of need.

2. BEHEST (NOUN): order
Synonyms: instruction, command Antonyms: reply, answer
Example Sentence: The behest of our boss has to be followed by all.

3. AUSTERITY (NOUN): severity Synonyms: acerbity, gravity
Antonyms: calmness, mildness Example Sentence: The austerity of the parties is well renowned.

4. WREST (VERB): take violently Synonyms: extract, wring
Antonyms: bestow, give
Example Sentence: During election, every party tries to wrest initiative from opposite parties by hook or crook.

5. CONVOKE (VERB): to cause to assemble in a meeting
Synonyms: gather, muster
Antonyms: scatter, disperse
Example Sentence: The committee was assured that they intended to convoke the electors.

6. EXHORT (VERB): encourage to do something
Synonyms: admonish, persuade Antonyms: dissuade, discourage Example Sentence: They always exhorted me to use that laptop.

7. GAINSAY (VERB): contravene Synonyms: disagree, disprove Antonyms: accept, concur
Example Sentence: It cannot be gainsaid that most people wish that they had more time and money.

8. ABRADE (VERB): scrape
Synonyms: itch, efface
Antonyms: imprint, implant
Example Sentence: The rough rock had abraded her skin.

9. ACUMEN (NOUN): ability to understand
Synonyms: wisdom, ingenuity Antonyms: ineptness, obtuseness Example Sentence: Jeff’s business acumen, along with his computer skills, made him an asset to the software company.

10. SANGUINE (ADJECTIVE): hopeful Synonyms: optimistic, buoyant Antonyms: despairing, pessimistic Example Sentence: Although unemployment is rising, economists still have a sanguine view of the next decade.