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S.No. Words
1 Connate

2 Federation
3 Restraining

4 Prosecution
5 Imprisonment
6 Substantial

7 Retrenched
8 Embraces

9 Empowers
10 Deemed
11 Ceased
12 Confined

13 Honorary

14 Forfeiture
15 Assured
16 Rescinded

17 Suit
18 Intending
19 Deceived

20 Requisite
21 Privileges
22 Perpetual
23 Funeral
24 Conspiracies
25 Tortuous
26 Contemplation

27 Trespass
28 Turpitude
29 Pecuniary

30 Cognizance
Existing at birth or from the beginning; inborn or inherent.

Any association or union for common action

Narrowing down, making less extensive

In criminal law, the government attorney charging and trying the case against a
person accused of a crime.
To confine in prison esp. As punishment for a crime
Basic or essential; fundamental: two stories in substantialagreement.
To economize; reduce expenses: They retrenched by eliminating half of the
workers. To cut down, reduce, or diminish; curtail (expenses).
To take or receive gladly or eagerly; accept willingly: to embrace an idea.
To give official authority or legal power to empower ed unilaterally to
impose a serious penalty —L. H. Tribe
To form or have an opinion; judge; think: He did not deem lightly of the issue.
To put a stop or end to; discontinue: He begged them tocease their quarreling.
limited or restricted.unable to leave a place because of illness, imprisonment, etc.
held or given only as an honour,without the normal privileges or duties: an honorar
y degree

the loss of a right, money, or esp. property because of one's criminal act, default, or
failure or neglect to perform a duty —compare WAIVER
to pledge or promise; give surety of; guarantee: He wasassured a job in the spring.
to make void by the same or by a superior authority
the act or process of suing in a court of law,the act, the process, or an instance of
suing in a court of law; legal prosecution; lawsuit.
to have in mind as something to be done or brought about;plan
to cause to accept as true or valid what is falseor invalid

required or necessary for a particular purpose, position, etc.;indispensable: the requi

site skills of an engineer.
any of the rights common to all citizens under a modernconstitutional government
continuing or continued without intermission or interruption;ceaseless
be someone's funeral, Informal . to have unpleasantconsequences for someone
an agreement between two or more people to commit an actprohibited by law or to c
ommit a lawful act by means prohibited bylaw
deceitfully indirect or morally crooked, as proceedings,methods, or policy; devious.
full or deep consideration; reflection: religious contemplation.

an unlawful act causing injury to the person, property, orrights of another, committe
d with force or violence,actual or implied.
inherent baseness or depravity
Law  (of an offence) involving a monetary penalty
judicial notice as taken by a court in dealing with acause.Acknowledgment;
admission, as a plea admitting the fact alleged in the declaration.