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New English Words, Synonyms & Antonyms for Preparation 11 November 2017

12:50 am

1.STYGIAN(ADJECTIVE): dark, inky Synonyms: clouded, brunet Antonyms: optimistic, hopeful Example: It was a stygian night. 2.TOUT(VERB): brag about, show off Synonyms: publicize, trumpet Antonyms: blame, condemn Example: A liberal group supporting the opposition tried to tout their pro-middle class. 3.ELLIPSIS(NOUN): abbreviation Synonyms: abstract, shortness Antonyms: elongate, prolong Example: This letter is full of ellipsis. 4.EXTIRPATION(NOUN): extermination Synonyms: annihilation, destruction Antonyms: construction, formation Example: After…

New English Words, Synonyms & Antonyms for Preparation 10 November 2017

11:03 am

1. TITANIC (VERB): gigantic, very large Synonyms: colossal, enormous Antonyms: small, tiny Example : The slugger launched a titanic home run that landed in the parking lot beyond the stadium’s center-field wall. 2. PSEUDONYM (NOUN): false name Synonyms: alias, stage name Antonyms: real name, original Example : Instead of using his real name, Edward signed his letter to the editor with the…

New English Words, Synonyms & Antonyms for Preparation 09 November 2017

2:28 pm

1. PONTIFICATE (VERB): sermonize Synonyms: admonish, dogmatize Antonyms: praise, applaud Example : He loves to hear himself talk and will often pontificate on even the most trivial issues. 2. BROMIDE (NOUN): platitude Synonyms: cliché , banality Antonyms: coinage, original saying Example : Years of coal mining and natural gas extraction have elevated the concentration of bromides in the river. 3….

New English Words, Synonyms & Antonyms for Preparation 31 October 2017

1:56 pm

1. RUMPUS (NOUN): clamor Synonyms: discord, fracas Antonyms: harmony, peace Example : A rumpus of clashing metal pierced the silent night when the train derailed resulting in the cars crashing into each other. 2. CONCEDE (VERB): allow Synonyms: cede, grant Antonyms: reject, deny Example : After he beat me at chess five times, I had to concede he was the…

New English Words, Synonyms & Antonyms for Preparation 30 October 2017

12:18 am

1. ONSLAUGHT (NOUN): attack Synonyms: onrush, invasion Antonyms: retreat, defense Example: The party suddenly made an onslaught on him. 2. COCKSURE (ADJECTIVE): arrogant Synonyms: bumptious, obnoxious Antonyms: humble, modest Example: I don’t know why but most of the times I find him the most cocksure fellow. 3. CRAGGY (ADJECTIVE): jagged Synonyms: rocky, rugged Antonyms: whole, individual Example: It was a…

New English Words, Synonyms & Antonyms for Preparation 10 October 2017

12:03 am

1. NETTLE (VERB): provoke Synonyms: annoy, chafe Antonyms: appease, calm Example: The politician nettled the multitude yesterday. 2. PEDANTIC (ADJECTIVE): bookish Synonyms: learned, academic Antonyms: informal, imprecise Example: He looks pedantic by face. 3. MELEE (NOUN): brawl Synonyms: brouhaha, fracas Antonyms: harmony, peace Example: Don’t make such a melee out of a trivial issue. 4. PELLUCID (ADJECTIVE): clear Synonyms: bright,…

New English Words, Synonyms & Antonyms for Preparation 09 October 2017

12:01 am

1. CATHARTIC (VERB): purging Synonyms: cleaning, purgative Antonyms: dirtying, soiling Example : The strength of the movie had a cathartic effect on her. 2.CIRCUITOUS(ADJECTIVE): going around, indirect Synonyms: devious, circular Antonyms: direct, straightforward Example : He took a circuitous route to avoid traffic. 3.VENALITY(NOUN): corruptness Synonyms: dishonesty, sordidness Antonyms: morality, probity Example : The venality of a judge led innocent…

New English Words, Synonyms & Antonyms for Preparation 07 October 2017

1:44 pm

1. INORDINATE (ADJECTIVE): excessive Synonyms: dizzying, exorbitant Antonyms: moderate, reasonable Example: Some dogs are very hyper and require an inordinate amount of attention from their owners. 2. INDIGENOUS (ADJECTIVE): native Synonyms: domestic, homegrown Antonyms: alien, foreign Example: Nothing beats fresh produce from the ground in its indigenous state. 3. INTERMITTENT (ADJECTIVE): irregular Synonyms: fitful, infrequent Antonyms: regular, frequent Example: The…

New English Words, Synonyms & Antonyms for Preparation 06 October 2017

3:22 pm

1. CEDE (VERB): acknowledge Synonyms: accept, admit Antonyms: deny, refuse Example : The police will have to concede to the kidnapper’s demands to free the hostages. 2. DOWNRIGHT (ADJECTIVE): whole Synonyms: utter, absolute Antonyms: partial, incomplete Example : He was paid for the downright service. 3. FRILL (NOUN): convenience Synonyms: service, facility Antonyms: discomfort, inconvenience Example : He presses the…

New English Words, Synonyms & Antonyms for Preparation 05 October 2017

2:22 pm

1. GRUNGY (ADJECTIVE): shabby Synonyms: filthy, messy Antonyms: clean, spotless Example: Don’t touch this paper with grubby hands. 2. AFFLICTIVE (ADJECTIVE): dolesome Synonyms: dolorific, mournful Antonyms: cheery, hopeful Example: Why are you living such a dolorous life? 3. NEXUS (NOUN): link Synonyms: bond, connection Antonyms: interruption, exteriority Example: There is always a nexus between politicians and police. 4. DERIDE (VERB):…

New English Words, Synonyms & Antonyms for Preparation 04 October 2017

1:42 pm

1. QUAFF (VERB): drink down Synonyms: gulp, sip Antonyms: eject, out Example: Raju always has to quaff a pot of coffee before leaving for work. 2. PRY (VERB): interfere in someone else’s business Synonyms: poke, bug Antonyms: ignore, neglect Example: Her reputation was that she liked to pry into people’s private lives. 3. PODGY (ADJECTIVE): slightly fat Synonyms: chunky, flabby…

New English Words, Synonyms & Antonyms for Preparation 28 Sept 2017

10:14 pm

1. INVIGORATING (ADJECTIVE): stimulating Synonyms: bracing, exhilarating Antonyms: boring, dull Example : There is nothing like an invigorating shower after a long day at work. 2. EVADE (VERB): avoid Synonyms: bypass, circumvent Antonyms: confront, encounter Example : You can’t evade your duties. 3. CONGLOMERATE (ADJECTIVE): composite Synonyms: amassed, assorted Antonyms: similar, unvaried Example : The conglomerate views its collection of…

New English Words, Synonyms & Antonyms for Preparation 27 Sept 2017

1:34 pm

1. DECIMATE (VERB): destroy Synonyms: annihilate, exterminate Antonyms: build, create Example: She was trying to decimate my evening plans. 2. INVINCIBLE (ADJECTIVE): indestructible Synonyms: bulletproof, impassable Antonyms: destructible, beatable Example: Her ideology is invincible. 3. INNOCUOUS (ADJECTIVE): banal Synonyms: bland, inoffensive Antonyms: harmful, injurious Example: I found those practices more innocuous. 4. REASSURE (VERB): assure Synonyms: comfort, console Antonyms: annoy,…

New English Words, Synonyms & Antonyms for Preparation 26 Sept 2017

2:09 pm

1. FREAK (NOUN): aberration Synonyms: anomaly, oddity Antonyms: conformity, normality Example: The teacher says the accident was a total freak. 2. DISCOURSE (NOUN): communication Synonyms: dialogue, conversation Antonyms: quiet, silence Example: This is the language of political discourse. 3. GALLANT (ADJECTIVE): courageous Synonyms: brave, fearless Antonyms: afraid, fearful Example: She is a gallant lady. 4. GRACIOUS (ADJECTIVE): kind Synonyms: congenial,…

New English Words, Synonyms & Antonyms for Preparation 25 Sept 2017

6:52 pm

1. SPLINTER (NOUN): flake Synonyms: fragment, bit Antonyms: entirety, lot Example: That splinter of intelligence is substance. 2. PORTENT (NOUN): omen Synonyms: premonition, augury Antonyms: doom, cataclysm Example: She was not happy when the psychic told her the black cat represented a portent of bad luck. 3. SLOVENLY (ADJECTIVE): bedraggled Synonyms: botched, dingy Antonyms: clean, organized Example: Once the slovenly…