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1. Imbroglio :

He found himself in Imbroglio when he was talking to his gf’s friend.

2. Sedition :

After the Protest against govt policies, she was charged with sedition

3. Potent :

he awoke up in the afternoon, he must have had potent drink last night in the party.

4. Valor :

He was honoured for his valor in war.

5. Retorted:

She retorted "Bull Shit", when she came to know her friends played prank on her

6. Loom :

Steve Loomed out of the cup board while playing Hide and seek.

7. tepid :

There were tepid music lovers for Shakira's concert.

8.Inroad: -

Many Shopkeepers have made inroad in the market street.

9. Bozo :

he always acts like a bozo.

10 . Purge : Judge Purged him from the murder case

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1. He found himself in an imbroglio when he was talking to his girlfriend’s friend.

2. After the protest against government policies, she was charged with sedition.

3. He woke up in the afternoon; he must have had some potent drinks last night at the party.

4. He was honoured for his valor in war.

5. She retorted "Durn!", when her friends laughed after playing a prank on her. (A retort is in response to what someone else says... or at least utters, as here.)

6. Steve loomed out of the cupboard while playing hide-and-seek. (Steve would have to be a rather big fellow.)

7. The music lovers were tepid about Shakira's concert.

8.Many shopkeepers have made inroads into the residential street. (Inroads are made against obstacles, but a market street is planned for shopkeepers.)

9. He always acts like a bozo.

10. No; try again.
thanx ....

Purge

10. He was purged from the murder case by the judge
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10.

It's more that the context is a little strange. Judges don't purge people from cases - whatever do you mean?
1. Tipsy : - Erwin was tipsy when he came to our house.

2. Tryst : - We didn't know that they had planned tryst in the evening.

3. Mugger : - Snatching rate has gone so high in this area, i think all muggers are residing here

4. Storefront : - Their whole family lives in storefront at lake street

5. Surrogate : - Nicole has surrogate mother,Sharon, with whom she is living for the last five years.

6. Barb: - When Ramesh blamed Naina for breaking his expensive antique piece, she barbed at him.

7. Bicker : - She has habit of bickering.

8. Invincible : - Roger has won all his last 19 matches, he is invincible.

9. Frantic: - They were frantic with anger after losing match.

10. Fragile : - He has bought fragile plates for his home.
I know you are really just concerned with the useage of the bold words but I've picked up your other errors as well. You need to work on articles and determiners.

1. Tipsy : - Erwin was tipsy when he came to our house. ok.

2. Tryst : - We didn't know that they had planned a tryst in the evening. Use of tryst is ok.

3. Mugger : - The bag-snatching rate has gone so high in this area, I think all the muggers must live here. Use of mugger is ok.

4. Storefront : - Their whole family lives in storefront at lake street - no. Each individual shop has its own storefront, so this sounds a bit odd....and people don't really live in storefronts.

5. Surrogate : - Nicole has a surrogate mother, Sharon, with whom she has lived for the last five years.

6. Barb: - When Ramesh blamed Naina for breaking his expensive antique piece, she barbed at him. No, barb is a noun not a verb.

7. Bicker : - She has habit of bickering. ok

8. Invincible : - Roger has won all his last 19 matches. He is invincible. USe of invincible ok.

9. Frantic: - They were frantic with anger after losing the match. Frantic doesn't really go with the emotion of anger.

10. Fragile : - He has bought fragile plates for his home. ok.
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Thanks a lot. Please guide how to use noun, verb , articles and determiners.