All antonyms asked in SSC from 1997 to 2020

All antonyms asked in SSC from 1997 to 2020

Select the most appropriate Antonym of the given words.

 

1) FRAIL

  1. elaborate
  2. fancy
  3. weak
  4. robust

 

Solution 4

Frail – easily broken

Robust – Strong

 

2) ENDURANCE

  1. indolence
  2. patience
  3. tolerance
  4. persistence

 

Solution 1

Endurance- ability to endure hardship ,persistence, tolerance

Indolence – laziness,slowness in the mindset

 

3) INTENTIONAL

  1. designed
  2. voluntary
  3. calculated
  4. accidental

 

Solution 4

Intentional – planned,done deliberately

Accidental- unintentional, happening by chance

 

4) LAMENT

  1. bleed
  2. bemoan
  3. appeal
  4. celebrate

 

Solution 4

Lament – to express grief

 

5) APPLAUD

  1. denounce
  2. magnify
  3. commend
  4. approve

 

Solution 1

Applaud – to praise,to express approval

Denounce – to criticize

 

6) ENRAGED

  1. pleased
  2. livid
  3. aggravated
  4. infuriated

 

Solution 1

Enraged – angered ,infuriated

 

7) INFINITE

  1. boundless
  2. eternal
  3. vast
  4. limited

 

Solution 4

Infinite – boundless, endless,eternal

 

8) CONTIGUOUS

  1. contactual
  2. separated
  3. neighbouring
  4. adjoining

 

Solution 2

Contiguous- connected, adjacent

9) SUBSIDE

  1. ease
  2. enlarge
  3. diminish
  4. abate

 

Solution 2

Subside – to become lower,to descend

Enlarge – to make larger

 

10) INITIATE

  1. begin
  2. finish
  3. trigger
  4. commence

 

Solution 2

Initiate – to begin,to commence

 

11) CONSUME

  1. save
  2. absorb
  3. devour
  4. exhaust

 

Solution 1

Consume – to spend,to devour

12) TENSE

  1. relaxed
  2. stiff
  3. close
  4. strained

 

Solution 1

Tense – not relaxed,stressed

 

13) WANE

  1. increase
  2. abate
  3. fall
  4. dwindle

 

Solution 1

Wane – to decrease,to dwindle

 

14) ERUDITE

  1. ignorant
  2. savvy
  3. highbrow
  4. scholarly

 

Solution 1

Erudite – scholarly,highbrow

Ignorant – unknowledgeable,lowbrow

 

15) OFFBEAT

  1. conventional
  2. weird
  3. freaky
  4. unique

 

Solution 1

Offbeat – unusual ,unconventional

 

16) FUTILE

  1. hollow
  2. worthless
  3. barren
  4. productive

 

Solution 4

Futile – incapable of producing results,worthless,barren

 

17) PERTURB

  1. Fluster
  2. Soothe
  3. Confound
  4. Commend

 

Solution 2

Perturb – to disturb, to bother

Soothe – to restore to ease/comfort

 

18) IMPEDE

  1. Expedite
  2. Thwart
  3. Retard
  4. Hamper

 

Solution 1

Impede – to hinder,to hamper,to thwart

Expedite – to accelerate the progress of

 

19) REPUGNANT

  1. Odious
  2. Pleasant
  3. Austere
  4. Sombre

 

Solution 2

Repugnant- arousing disgust or aversion; odious

Sombre – gloomy,dismal

Austere – simple,unadorned,lacking trivial decoration

 

20) DUBIOUS

  1. Likely
  2. Dusky
  3. Shady
  4. Fishy

 

Solution 1

Dubious – open to suspicion, fishy,shady

 

21) DEMEAN

  1. Debase
  2. Belittle
  3. Admire
  4. Ignore

 

Solution 3

Demean – to debase,to belittle

Admire – to praise

 

22) ADEPT

1.expert

  1. proficient
  2. deft
  3. inept

 

Solution 4

Adept – skilled,versed,proficient,deft

Inept – not proficient

 

23) RECKLESS

  1. heedless
  2. brash
  3. daring
  4. cautious

 

Solution 4

Reckless – careless,heedless,daring (indifferent to danger)

 

24) MORTALITY

  1. fatality
  2. lethality
  3. death
  4. birth

Solution 4

 

25) TURBID

  1. varied
  2. clear
  3. mixed
  4. confused

 

Solution 2

Turbid – unclear,confused,obscure

 

26) AWARE

  1. robust
  2. impervious
  3. resilient

 

 

 

10

  1. ignorant

Solution 4

 

27) INNATE

  1. basic
  2. simple
  3. unassuming
  4. acquired

Solution 4

Innate – inborn,intrinsic ; not acquired

 

28) DISCARD

  1. distribute
  2. waste
  3. adopt
  4. share

 

Solution 3

Discard – to throw away ,to reject

 

29) BLUNT

  1. sharp
  2. charred
  3. large
  4. lengthy

 

Solution 1

 

Blunt – not sharp

 

30) REPRIMAND

  1. Reproof
  2. Reward
  3. Redeem
  4. Rebuke

 

Solution 2

Reprimand – rebuke ,A formal reproof

 

31) COMPLY

  1. Consent
  2. Defer
  3. Adhere
  4. Oppose

 

Solution 4

Comply – to agree,to consent or conform

 

32) BESEECH

  1. Implore
  2. Exhort
  3. Command
  4. Invoke

 

Solution

Beseech – to invoke,to beg or implore ; exhort

 

33) SAGACIOUS

  1. Prudent
  2. Ingenious
  3. Ignorant
  4. Astute

 

Solution 3

Sagacious- Having farsightedness

34) ADORN

  1. Grace
  2. Disfigure
  3. Enrich
  4. Subdue

 

Solution 2

Adorn – to decorate, to make more beautiful

 

35) SOGGY

  1. dry
  2. gloomy
  3. broken
  4. unfit

 

Solution 1

Soggy – soaked with moisture

 

 

36) CULPABLE

  1. innocent
  2. disagreeable

 

 

 

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  1. reserved
  2. offensive

 

Solution 1

Culpable – blameworthy

 

37) CHIVALROUS

  1. annoyed
  2. valiant
  3. cowardly
  4. indignant

 

Solution 3

Chivalrous- gallant,honourable

 

38) EXULTANT

  1. depressed
  2. energetic
  3. wounded
  4. delighted

 

Solution 1

Exultant – elated,happy

 

39) Quiescent

  1. Indifferent
  2. Active
  3. Peaceful
  4. Dejected

 

Solution 2

Quiescent(adj)- inactive

 

40) Exodus

  1. Departure
  2. Arrival
  3. Refund
  4. Exit

 

Solution 2

Exodus(n)- A sudden departure of large number of people

 

41) VICIOUS

  1. Unfortunate
  2. Virtuous
  3. Baneful
  4. Sinful

 

Solution 2

Vicious (adj)- violent,destructive, bad

Virtuous (adj)- good,righteous

 

42) HILARIOUS

  1. Blithe
  2. Merry
  3. Sad
  4. Happy

 

Solution 3

Hilarious(adj)- very funny, full of hilarity;merry

 

43) VIGILANT

  1. Rash
  2. Cautious
  3. Wary
  4. Alert

 

Solution 1

Vigilant (adj)-watchful

Rash – not careful

 

44) FLEXIBLE

  1. Supple
  2. Stale
  3. Stiff
  4. Soft

 

Solution 3

 

45) BROAD

  1. Narrow
  2. Wide
  3. Long
  4. Large

 

Solution 1

 

46) LIBERTY

  1. Independence
  2. Convenience
  3. Dependence
  4. Deliverance

 

Solution 3

Liberty(n)- freedom

 

47) Derogatory

  1. Complimentary
  2. Intricate
  3. Depreciating
  4. Insulting

 

Solution 1

Derogatory (adj)- insulting ,dishonourable

 

48) Obsolete

  1. Recent
  2. Outdated
  3. Remote
  4. Rigid

 

Solution 1

Obsolete (adj)- outdated

 

49) Friendship

  1. Slavery
  2. Amity
  3. Enmity
  4. Arrogance

 

Solution 3

 

50) Sparse

  1. Scanty
  2. Abundant
  3. Tranquil
  4. Costly

Solution 2

Sparse (adj)- not dense; meager

 

51) DEXTERITY

  1. Skill
  2. Ignorance
  3. Mastery
  4. Agility

 

Solution 2

Dexterity – skill

 

52) DIVIDE

  1. Unite
  2. Break
  3. Engulf
  4. Split

 

Solution 1

 

53) Bizarre

  1. Weird
  2. Strange
  3. Happy
  4. Usual

 

Solution 4

Bizzare – strange, unusual

 

54) Allure

  1. Attract
  2. Repulse
  3. Rewind
  4. Revive

 

Solution 2

Allure(v)- attract

Repulse – repel

 

55) Hostile

  1. Violent
  2. Amiable
  3. Adverse
  4. Unfavourable

 

Solution 2

 

56) Sluggish

  1. Sedentary
  2. Active
  3. Weak
  4. Dull

 

Solution 2

Sluggish- dull,inactive

 

57) Glee

  1. Woe
  2. Bliss
  3. Fun
  4. Joy

 

Solution 1

Glee – joy,happiness

Woe – sadness

 

58) Persist

  1. Cease
  2. Remain
  3. Continue
  4. Insist

 

Solution 1

Persist – to persevere, to remain

Cease – to stop

 

59) HASTE

  1. Lose
  2. Dash
  3. Delay
  4. Rush

 

Solution 3

Haste – hurry,rush

 

60) FICKLE

  1. Flighty
  2. Crafty
  3. Stable
  4. Subtle

 

Solution 3

Fickle – changeable, not stable

 

61) GROTESQUE

  1. Distorted
  2. Ugly
  3. Attractive
  4. Monstrous

 

Solution 3

Grotesque- distorted,hideous, not attractive

 

62) STRINGENT

  1. Lenient
  2. Strict
  3. Stern
  4. Severe

 

Solution 1

Stringent- strict,stern

Lenient – not strict

 

63) Repulsive

  1. Revolting
  2. Attractive
  3. Brilliant
  4. Hideous

 

Solution 2

Repulsive- not attractive

 

64) Native

  1. Urban
  2. Foreign
  3. Rustic
  4. Rural

 

Solution 2

 

65) Industrious

  1. Lethargic
  2. Cautious
  3. Durable
  4. Diligent

 

Solution 1

Industrious- hard-working

Lethargic- sluggish, not hard-working

 

66) Assist

  1. Conceal
  2. Decline
  3. Support
  4. Obstruct

 

Solution 4

Assist – to help

Obstruct – to impede

 

67) Malice

  1. Goodwill
  2. Humility
  3. Hypocrisy
  4. Truth

 

Solution 1

Malice – ill will

 

68) Foul

  1. Nasty
  2. Proud
  3. Fair
  4. Vile

 

Solution 3

Foul – nasty,dirty

 

69) Persuade

  1. Dissuade
  2. Induce
  3. Impress
  4. Pervade

 

Solution 1

 

70) Rear

1.Back

  1. Hind
  2. Front
  3. Lower

Solution 3

 

 

71) Mellow

  1. Soft
  2. Medium
  3. Hard
  4. Shiny

 

Solution 3

Mellow- soft or tender

 

72) Emerge

  1. Disappear
  2. Appear
  3. Surface
  4. Announce

 

Solution 1

Emerge – appear

 

73) Extol

  1. Censure
  2. Boorish
  3. Realistic
  4. Exposure

 

Solution 1

Extol – to praise

Censure- to criticize

 

74) Humane

  1. Kind
  2. Sympathetic
  3. Cruel
  4. Living

 

Solution 3

Humane – kind

 

75) HASTY

1 sudden

2 cautious

3 reckless

4 urgent

 

Solution 2

Hasty – to act in haste

Reckless- careless,heedless

 

76) ACCESSIBLE

1 reachable

2 stressed

3 attainable

4 restricted

 

Solution 4

Accessible- reachable

 

77) URBAN

1 modern

2 alien

3 rural

4 casual

 

Solution 3

 

78) MEAGRE

1 common

2 scarce

3 plentiful

4 minor

 

Solution 3

Meagre – deficient in amount,scarce

 

79) SPARSE

1 dense

2 strong

3 thin

4 weak

 

Solution 1

 

80) INFERIOR

1 ulterior

2 exterior

3 interior

4 superior

 

Solution 4

 

81) PROSPERITY

1 adversity

2 simplicity

3 nobility

4 affinity

 

Solution 1

Prosperity- affluence

Nobility – aristocracy, upper class

Affinity – a natural attraction towards something

 

82) CENSURE

1 shame

2 distrust

3 criticism

4 praise

Solution 4

Censure – to criticize, to blame

 

83) DESPAIR

1 dearth

2 calm

3 hope

4 pride

 

Solution 3

Despair – to be hopeless

Dearth – scarcity

 

84) EXCEPTIONAL

1 rare

2 unique

3 optional

4 ordinary

 

Solution 4

Exceptional – uncommon ,not ordinary

 

85) FEROCIOUS

1 fierce

2 prudent

3 gentle

4 cunning

 

Solution 3

Ferocious- fierce ,wild ,brutal

Prudent – judicious, sagacious

Cunning- crafty ,clever

 

86) MISERY

1 dearth

2 poverty

3 censure

4 bliss

 

Solution 4

Misery – unhappiness, poverty

 

87) ASCENT

1 nascent

2 descent

3 crescent

4 recent

 

Solution 2

Ascent – an increase

Nascent – newly formed

Crescent- marked by an increase; like moon

 

88) FLEXIBLE

1 pliant

2 elastic

3 stiff

4 variable

 

Solution 3

Flexible- pliable ,supple,bendsome

Pliant – easily influenced

Stiff – rigid

 

89) NOVEL

1 old

2 original

3 new

4 fresh

 

90) OMINOUS

1 threatening

2 foreboding

3 auspicious

4 baleful

 

Solution 3

Ominous – threatening, inauspicious, portentous

Auspicious- of good omen,marked by prosperity

Foreboding- an evil omen,a sense of evil to come

Baleful – ominous,portending evil

 

91) RETALIATION

1 reconciliation

2 retribution

3 retrospection

4 regression

 

Solution 1

Retaliation- an act of revenge

Reconcile- to restore a friendly relationship

Retribution- vendetta ,personal venegeance

Retrospect- consideration of past times.

Regression – a return to a previous state.

 

92) LOYALTY

1 faith

2 treason

3 trust

4 fidelity

 

Solution 2

Loyalty- faith

Treason – treachery, the crime of betraying one’s own country.

Fidelity – faithfulness to one’s duties.

 

93) ADVANCE

1 shift

2 move

3 progress

4 retreat

 

Solution 4

 

94) ARROGANT

1 humble

2 rough

3 bold

4 uncouth

 

Solution 1

Arrogant- having excess pride in oneself.

Uncouth – strange ,unfamiliar

 

 

95) TACIT

1 inaudible

2 silent

3 mute

4 explicit

 

Solution 4

Tacit – expressed in silence,but not made explicit;silent

 

96) PROCEED

1 ahead

2 recede

3 forward

4 continue

 

Solution 1

 

97) MENTAL

1 brainy

2 ability

3 strength

4 physical

 

Solution 4

 

98) CHRONIC

1 routine

2 regular

3 infrequent

4 continuing

 

Solution 3

Chronic- prolonged,frequent, Continuing

 

99) COMPLACENT

1 humble

2 satisfied

3 confident

4 trusted

 

Solution 1

Complacent- self satisfied

 

100) SALIENT

 

1 negligible

2 prominent

3 striking

4 clear

 

Solution 1

Salient- prime ,important, prominent

 

101) RANDOM

1 formal

2 specific

3 irregular

4 casual

 

Solution 2

 

102) SHALLOW

1 deep

2 narrow

3 crooked

4 slight

 

Solution 1

Shallow- superficial,not deep

Crooked- not straight, having bends

 

103) AMASS

1 collect

2 horde

3 heap

4 distribute

Solution 4

Amass – to collect, heap,to horde

 

104) POROUS

1 spongy

2 permeable

3 impermeable

4 absorbent

 

Solution 3

Porous – permeable, full of tiny pores

 

105) ABSTRACT

1 elusive

2 concrete

3 intangible

4 vague

 

Solution 2

Abstract – a summary of a longer publication.

Elusive- rarely seen,difficult to make precise,vague

Intangible- Incapable of being perceived by the senses.

 

106) HOPE

1 daring

2 courage

3 despair

4 confidence

 

Solution 3

 

107) GAUNT

1 lean

2 bent

3 plump

4 old

 

Solution 3

Gaunt – lean ,haggard,bony

 

108) VIRULENT

1 dangerous

2 amicable

3 lethal

4 powerful

 

Solution 2

Virulent – highly poisonous ,lethal

Amicable- friendly

 

109) ROUTINE

1 normal

2 accepted

3 regular

4 different

 

Solution 4

 

110) CONCLUSIVE

1 clear

2 undeniable

3 ambiguous

4 decisive

 

Solution 3

 

111) EMACIATED

1 lean

2 fat

3 thin

4 shrunken

Solution 2

 

112) BOLD

1 confident

2 cheeky

3 brave

4 timid

 

Solution 4

 

113) PERPETRATE

1.commit

2.perpetuate

3.react

4.prevent

 

Solution 4

 

114) COMPROMISE

1.treaty

2.dissent

3.agreement

4.disturbance

 

Solution 2

 

115) RESTRICTED

1.unbounded

2.barred

3.unmanned

4.banned

 

Solution 1

 

116) THREATEN

 

 

 

 

1.Coax

2.Criticize

3.Compete

4.Commend

 

Solution 4

 

117) RECOVERED

1.last

2.latest

3.leased

4.lost

 

Solution 4

 

118) ILLUMINATE

1.add

2.erase

3.light

4.darken

 

Solution 4

Illuminate- to glow,to light up

 

119) DEFICIT

1.adhere

2.credit

3.surplus

4.remove

 

Solution 3

Deficit – deficiency in amount or quality

Adhere -to be attached or devoted.

Surplus – excess

 

120) PUBLIC

1.common

2.ready

3.private

4.restricted

 

Solution 3

 

 

121) PROGRESSIVE

1.conservative

2.repeated

3.aristocratic

4.moving

 

Solution 1

Progressive- liberal ,gradually advancing in extent

 

122) TYRANT

1.patron

2.benefactor

3.champion

4.rival

 

Solution 2

Tyrant – usurper,a despot

Patron – a defender of something

Rival – a competitor

 

123) WEAKNESS

1.illness

2.strength

3.bravery

4.disability

 

Solution 2

 

124) PROLONG

1.prevent

2.shorten

3.allow

4.increase

 

Solution 2

Prolong – to extend in space or length

 

125) SCANTY

1.small

2.concise

3.profuse

4.precise

 

Solution 3

Scanty – less than needed in quantity

Concise – brief

Profuse – in great quantity or abundance

Precise – exact,accurate

 

126) ACQUIT

1.evict

2.clear

3.forgive

4.convict

 

Solution 4

Acquit – to declare not guilty

Evict – to force someone to move out

 

127) ABSURD

1.sensitive

2.selfish

3.sensible

4.sentimental

 

Solution 3

 

128) ASCENT

1.descent

2.depression

3.decent

4.distant

 

Solution 1

 

129) FOREIGN

1.rustic

2.rural

3.indian

4.native

 

Solution 4

 

130) VIGILANT

1.careful

2.careless

3.visible

4.elusive

 

Solution 2

Vigilant – careful

Elusive- rarely seen,difficult to make precise

 

131) EXTRAVAGANT

1.generous

2.deficit

3.pauper

4.thrifty

 

Solution 4

Extravagant – exorbitant, profuse in expenditure

Pauper – extremely poor

 

132) CRUCIAL

1.trivial

2.imperative

3.pivotal

4.critical

 

Solution 1

Crucial- very important, imperative

 

133) COVETOUS

1.benevolent

2.acquisitive

3.avaricious

4.mercenary

 

Solution 1

Covetous – desirous, avaricious

Acquisitive- able or disposed to make acquisitions

Mercenary – one motivated by gain

 

134) MEAGRE

1.plentiful

2.inadequate

3.scanty

4.premium

 

Solution 1

Meagre – in small amount, scanty, inadequate

 

135) ARROGANCE

1.sweetness

2.humility

3.superiority

4.vanity

 

Solution 2

 

136) SEVERE

1.morose

2.mild

3.mediocre

4.meticulous

 

Solution 2

 

137) PRUDENT

1.indiscreet

2.judicious

3.practical

4.tactful

 

Solution 1

Prudent- practically wise,judicious

Tactful- diplomatic

Indiscreet- not discreet ,lacking in discretion

 

138) AFFINITY

1.aversion

2.attraction

3.empathy

4.preference

 

Solution 1

 

139) ACCEPT

1.reject

2.acquire

3.obtain

4.release

 

Solution 1

 

140) SACRED

1.perpetual

2.pious

3.profane

4.profound

 

Solution 3

Sacred – holy

Profane – wicked,unholy

Pious – holy

Profound- very deep ,very serious

 

141) NOTORIOUS

1.famous

2.vicious

3.infamous

4.disgraceful

 

Solution 1

Notorious- infamous

Vicious- violent,destructive

Disgraceful- shameful

 

142) TRANSIENT

1.stationary

2.temporal

3.celestial

4.permanent

 

Solution 4

Transient- temporary ,temporal, momentary

 

143) LIBERTY

1.slavery

2.freedom

3.autonomy

4.reservation

 

Solution 1

 

144) SWERVE

1.droop

2.lurch

3.deviate

4.straighten

 

Solution 4

Swerve – to stray,to wander

Droop – to hang downward

Lurch – A sudden or unsteady movement

 

145) SOBER

1.nervous

2.agitated

3.serious

4.calm

 

Solution 2

 

146) DENSE

1.sparse

2.thick

3.condensed

4.opaque

 

Solution 1

 

147) STALE

1.flat

2.fresh

3.dry

4.sour

 

Solution 2

 

148) GATHER

1.display

2.dispute

3.distract

4.disperse

 

Solution 4

 

149) COMIC

1.amusing

2.tragic

3.awkward

4.absurd

 

Solution 2

 

150) REPRIMAND

1.apprehend

2.reproach

3.compliment

4.blame

 

Solution 3

 

Reprimand- rebuke,reproach

Apprehend- to anticipate

151) FINITE

1.finished

2.limited

3.bound

4.endless

 

Solution 4

 

152) AGONY

1.anxiety

2.distress

3.comfort

4.misery

 

Solution 3

 

153) EMINENT

1.exalted

2.inconspicuous

3.impressive

4.distinguished

 

Solution 2

Eminent – high,noteworthy ,distinguished

Exalt – to honour ,to hold in high esteem

 

154) EXCEPTIONAL

1.uncommon

2.unthinkable

3.unimaginable

4.unremarkable

 

Solution 4

Exceptional – not ordinary,uncommon

 

155) PARDON

1.mercy

2.punish

3.kindness

4.grace

 

Solution 2

 

 

 

 

156) ESCALATE

1.heighten

2.enlarge

3.raise

4.reduce

 

Solution 4

 

157) TENDER

1.soft

2.warm

3.gentle

4.rough

 

Solution 4

Tender – soft

 

158) EXPANSION

1.inflation

2.augmentation

3.extension

4.compression

 

Solution 4

Expansion – to expand ,to augment

 

 

 

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159) SCARCE

1.scanty

2.few

3.seldom

4.plentiful

 

Solution 4

Scarce – scanty

 

 

 

160) ALLURING

  1. interesting
  2. charming
  3. repulsive
  4. glamorous

 

Solution 3

Alluring – interesting, enchanting

 

161) TURBULENT

  1. raging
  2. peaceful
  3. forceful
  4. swirling

 

Solution 2

Turbulent – violently disturbed, agitated

Swirl – to twist or whirl

 

162) EMPATHY

  1. appreciation
  2. warmth
  3. sympathy
  4. apathy

 

Solution 4

 

163) ANIMOSITY

  1. sarcasm
  2. benevolence
  3. bitterness
  4. contamination

 

Solution 2

Animosity- violent hatred

 

164) PANDEMONIUM

 

 

 

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  1. turbulence
  2. harmony
  3. excitement
  4. uproar

 

Solution 2

Pandemonium- chaos,outburst,uproar,turbulence

 

165) PIQUANT

  1. pungent
  2. interesting
  3. bland
  4. peppery

 

Solution 3

Piquant – engaging, charming

Pungent – a strong odor that stings the nose.

Bland – to mix ,to blend

Peppery – having the taste of pepper

 

166) PREDECESSOR

1.processor

2.lessor

3.oppressor

4.successor

 

Solution 4

 

167) LACKADAISICAL

1.indifferent

2.jocular

3.enthusiastic

4.lukewarm

 

Solution 3

Lackadaisical – showing no interest ,vigor; lazy

Jocular- humorous

 

168) OPTIMISTIC

  1. energetic
  2. pessimistic
  3. idealistic
  4. realistic

 

Solution 2

 

 

169) WICKED – evil or morally wrong – GOOD

 

 

 

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170) CALCULATIVE – To count, depend, or rely on someone or something that is already existing – NAÏVE

171) REVOKE – officially cancel – IMPLEMENT

172) ENCOURAGED -give support, confidence, or hope to (someone) – OPPOSED

173) RAPID – happening in a short time or at a great rate – SLOW

174) STINGY – mean; ungenerous – EXTRAVAGANT

175) GENUINE – truly what something is said to be; authentic – SPURIOUS

176) DILIGENT – having or showing care and conscientiousness in one’s work or duties –

LAZY

177) DYNAMIC – characterized by constant change, activity, or progress – STATIC

178) BARBAROUS – extremely brutal / primitive and uncivilized – CIVILZED

179) MISERY -a state or feeling of great physical or mental distress or discomfort – BLISS

180) HEREDITARY -conferred by or based on inheritance (an amount of money or property left to someone in a will) – ACQUIRED

181) VACATE – leave (a place that one previously occupied) – OCCUPY

182) STALE – no longer fresh and pleasant to eat; hard, musty, or dry – FRESH

183) SCARCITY – the state of being scarce or in short supply; shortage – PLENTY

184) PROFESSIONAL – relating to or belonging to a profession. – AMATEUR

185) MEAGRE – lacking in quantity or quality – PLENTIFUL

186) PROVOKE – stimulate or give rise to (a reaction or emotion, typically a strong or unwelcome one) in someone. -SOOTHE

187) RENOWNED – known or talked about by many people; famous – UNKNOWN

188) VICE – immoral or wicked behaviour – VIRTUE

189) UNANIMITY – agreement by all people involved; consensus – DISAGREEMENT

190) ABUNDANCE – a very large quantity of something – SCARCITY

191) PREVENT – keep (something) from happening – INDUCE

192) FRAILTY – the condition of being weak and delicate – STRENGTH

193) DEMOLISH – pull or knock down – BUILD

194) GENIAL – friendly and cheerful – BOORISH

195) PLAUSIBLE – seeming reasonable or probable(of an argument or statement) –

IMPLAUSIBLE

196) SUSPICION – a feeling or thought that something is possible, likely, or true – TRUST

197) STERN -serious and unrelenting, especially in the assertion of authority and exercise of discipline –

LENIENT

198) UNPREDICTABLE – not able to be predicted; changeable – DEPENDABLE

199) RELINQUISH – voluntarily cease to keep or claim; give up – RETAIN

200) CONTRADICTION – a situation in which inconsistent elements are present AGREEMENT

201) SUCCESSOR – a person or thing that succeeds another – PREDECESSOR

202) RAPIDLY – very quickly; at a great rate – SLOWLY

203) TERMINATE – bring to an end – BEGIN

204) PRAISE -express warm approval or admiration – HATE

205) MAKE – form (something) by putting parts together or combining substances; create –

BREAK

206) HUMILITY – the quality of having a modest or low view of one’s importance – CRUELTY

207) INEVITABLE – certain to happen; unavoidable – AVOIDABLE

208) INCREDIBLE – impossible to believe – BELIEVABLE

209) VAGUE – of uncertain, indefinite, or unclear character or meaning – CLEAR

210) QUITE – to the utmost or most absolute extent or degree; absolutely; completely –

NOISY

211) SHALLOW -of little depth – DEEP

212) FASTIDIOUS – very attentive to and concerned about accuracy and detail –

ADJUSTABLE

213) BLEAK – charmless and inhospitable; dreary / cold and miserable / lacking vegetation and exposed to the elements – BRIGHT

214) IMMUNE -resistant to a particular infection or toxin owing to the presence of specific antibodies or sensitized white blood cells – VULNERABLE

215) HARMONY – the state of being in agreement or concord – STRIFE

216) FETTER – restrain with chains or manacles, typically around the ankles- LIBERATE

217) PARSIMONIOUS – very unwilling to spend money or use resources – EXTRAAVAGANT

218) DENSE – closely compacted in substance – SPARSE

219) OSTRACISE – exclude from a society or group – WELCOME

220) LAMENT – a passionate expression of grief or sorrow / a complaint – REJOICE

221) MUTILATE – inflict a violent and disfiguring injury on – MEND

222) RELUCTANTLY – with hesitation, doubt or dread – WILLINGLY

223) MYTH – a widely held but false belief or idea – FACT

224) CONCILIATION – the action of stopping someone being angry / placation – CONFRONTATION

225) AFFLUENT -having a great deal of money (especially of a group or area) / wealthy -POOR

226) ERUDITE -having or showing great knowledge or learning – UNSCHOLARLY

227) COAX -persuade (someone) gradually or gently to do something – DISSUADE

228) ALTERCATION – a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public – COMPROMISE

229) ANIMOSITY – strong hostility -LOVE

230) RATIFICATION – official way to confirm something, usually by vote – DISAPPROVAL

231) ROUGH – having an uneven or irregular surface / not smooth or level – SMOOTH

232) IMPERTINENT – not showing proper respect / rude – RESPECTFUL

233) FALLIABLE – capable of making mistakes or being wrong – UNERRING

234) PAROCHIAL – having a limited or narrow outlook or scope – GLOBAL

235) AUTONOMY- freedom from external control or influence / independence – DEPENDENCE

236) AFFIRM -accept or confirm the validity of (a judgement or agreement); ratify – REFUSE

237) CONFORMITY – compliance with standards, rules, or laws – DEVIATION

238) CRITICISE – indicate the faults of (someone or something) in a disapproving way – COMMEND

239) FACILITATE – make (an action or process) easy or easier – HINDER

240) CULPABLE – deserving blame – BLAMELESS

241) NADIR – the lowest or most unsuccessful point in a situation – ZENITH

242) CANDID -truthful and straightforward /frank – DEVIOUS

243) INQUISITIVE – having or showing an interest in learning things / curious – INDIFFERENT

244) EXODUS -a mass departure of people – INFLUX

245) ADMONISH -reprimand firmly – PRAISE

246) PREDILECTION – a preference or special liking for something /a bias in favour of something -DISLIKE

247) PROTEAN – tending or able to change frequently or easily – UNCHANGING

248) IN TOTO – as a whole – PARTIALLY

249) DESPAIR – the complete loss or absence of hope -HOPE

250) ARID – having little or no rain / too dry or barren to support vegetation – WET

251) CURTAIL – reduce in extent or quantity / impose a restriction on – ENLARGE

252) CONVICTED – declare (someone) to be guilty of a criminal offence by the verdict of a jury or the decision of a judge in a court of law –ACQUITED

253) MIGRATE – move from one region or habitat to another according to the seasons or conditions- RETURN

254) ABUNDANCE – a very large quantity of something – SCARCITY

255) ARROGANT – having or revealing an exaggerated sense of one’s own importance or abilities -MODEST

256) AUDACIOUS – showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks – COWARDLY

257) FUTILE – incapable of producing any useful result / pointless – WORTHY

258) ALIEN -belonging to a foreign country – NATIVE

259) APPARENT – clearly visible or understood / obvious – HIDDEN

260) MYOPIC – short-sighted -FARSIGHTED

261) OBSTINATE -stubbornly refusing to change one’s opinion or chosen course of action, despite attempts to persuade one to do so – CONFUSED

262) MOURNFUL – feeling, expressing, or inducing sadness, regret, or grief – JOYOUS

263) PANICKY – a sudden overwhelming fear, with or without cause, that produces hysterical or irrational behavior, and that often spreads quickly through a group of persons or animals – CALM

264) GENTLEMAN – a chivalrous, courteous, or honourable man – BOOR

265) ANXIOUS – feeling or showing worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome – CALM

266) PHILANTHROPIST – a person who seeks to promote the welfare of others, especially by the generous donation of money to good causes – MISER

267) INTELLIGIBLE -able to be understood / comprehensible – CONFUSED

268) LOQUACIOUS – tending to talk a great deal / talkative – BASHFUL

269) CUMBERSOME – large or heavy and therefore difficult to carry or use / unwieldy –

CONVENIENT

270) EVIDENT – clearly seen or understood / obvious – OBSCURE

271) SUBLIME – of very great excellence or beauty – INFERIOR

272) LACKADAISICAL -lacking enthusiasm and determination; carelessly lazy – ENTHUSIAIATIC

273) CURSORY -hasty and therefore not thorough or detailed – THOROUGH

274) INSOLENT – showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect – HUMBLE

275) CAPICIOUS – changing according to no discernible rules; unpredictable – FIRM

276) ELEGANCE -the quality of being graceful and stylish in appearance or manner – VULGARITY

277) HANDY – convenient to handle or use; useful – CUMBERSOME

278) ENCOUNTERED -unexpectedly be faced with or experience (something hostile or difficult) / meet (someone) unexpectedly – AVOIDED

279) TRANSPARENT – (of a material or article) allowing light to pass through so that objects behind can be distinctly seen – OPAQUE

280) DISTANT – far away in space or time – CLOSE

281) EXHAUST – make (someone) feel very tired – INVIGORATES

282) MINIATURE – very small of its kind – LARGE

283) INTEGRATION – the action, process, or result of combining or uniting – FRAGMENTATION

284) OMIT – leave out or exclude (someone or something), either intentionally or forgetfully -INCLUDE

285) CANDID -truthful and straightforward; frank – CUNNING

286) PRECISE – marked by exactness and accuracy of expression or detail – VAGUE

287) RETICENT – not revealing one’s thoughts or feelings readily – COMMUNICATIVE

288) AGONY – extreme physical or mental suffering. – PLEASURE

289) AGREEMENT – harmony or accordance in opinion or feeling / a negotiated and typically legally binding arrangement between parties as to a course of action – DISCORD

290) AFFLUENCE – the state of having a great deal of money; wealth – POVERTY

291) CURTAIL -reduce in extent or quantity; impose a restriction on – RESUME

292) AFFIRMATION – the action or process of affirming something – DENIAL

293) CONCISE -giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words; brief but comprehensive -LENGTHY

294) PRUDENT – acting with or showing care and thought for the future – UNWISE

295) DESPISE -feel contempt or a deep repugnance for – ADMIRE

296) GRUESOME -causing repulsion or horror; grisly – GRACIOUS

297) CHARMING – very pleasant or attractive – REPULSIVE

298) HARASS – subject to aggressive pressure or intimidation – RELIEVE

299) ABUNDANT – existing or available in large quantities; plentiful – MEAGRE

300) ENIGMATIC – difficult to interpret or understand; mysterious – SIMPLE

301) CALLOUS – showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others – SENSITIVE

302) ILLICIT – forbidden by law, rules, or custom – LAWFUL

303) GIGANTIC – of very great size or extent; huge or enormous – TINY

304) ATHEIST -a person who disbelieves or lacks belief in the existence of God or gods. Or an idea -BELIEVER

305) DELUSION – an idiosyncratic belief or impression maintained despite being contradicted by reality or rational argument, typically as a symptom of mental disorder – REALITY

306) ELEGANT – graceful and stylish in appearance or manner – CRUDE

307) OBSCURE -not discovered or known about; uncertain – CLEAR

308) SUMMIT – the highest point of a hill or mountain – BOTTOM

309) CONFORM – comply with rules, standards, or laws – DIFFER

310) FLOURISH – grow or develop in a healthy or vigorous way, especially as the result of a particularly congenial environment – DEGENERATE

311) MONOTONOUS – dull, tedious, and repetitious; lacking in variety and interest – INTERSTING

312) LATENT – existing but not yet developed or manifest; hidden or concealed – OBVIOUS

313) EPHERMAL – lasting for a very short time – ETERNAL

314) OBSCENE – offensive or disgusting by accepted standards of morality and decency –

DECENT

315) ORTHODOX – following or conforming to the traditional or generally accepted rules or beliefs of a religion, philosophy, or practice – HERETICAL

316) SUBSEQUENT – coming after something in time; following – PRIOR

317) FIENDISH – extremely cruel or unpleasant – FRIENDLY

318) EXTINCT – having no living members – ALIVE

319) SOBRIETY -the state of not being under the influence of alcohol – DRUNKENESS

320) SANGUINE – optimistic or positive, especially in an apparently bad or difficult situation – HOPELESS

321) IDIOSYNCARCY -a mode of behaviour or way of thought peculiar to an individual –

GENERALITY

322) REBELLION – an act of armed resistance to an established government or leader –

SUBMISSION

323) LOOSEN -make (something tied, fastened, or fixed in place) less tight or firm – FASTEN

324) SUPRESS – forcibly put an end to – INCITE

325) FAR-FETCHED – unlikely and unconvincing; implausible – REALISTIC

326) SHIMMERING – shine with a soft, slightly wavering light – GLOOMY

327) DESECRATION – the action of desecrating something – CONSECRATION

328) ZEAL -great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an objective – APATHY

329) EXCEPTIONAL -unusual; not typical – COMMON

330) ENLIGHTEN – give (someone) greater knowledge and understanding about a subject or situation -BEFOG

331) ADVANCED -far on or ahead in development or progress – RETARDED

332) MELODIOUS – pleasant-sounding – ODIOUS

333) NIGGARDLY – ungenerous with money, time, etc.; mean – LAVISHLY

334) TAKES OFF – takes off – LANDS

335) ECCENTRICITY – deviation -NORMALCY

336) SUBLIME – of very great excellence or beauty – LUDICROUS

337) TIMOROUS – showing or suffering from nervousness or a lack of confidence – BOLD

338) BREADTH -the distance or measurement from side to side of something; width –

NARROWNESS

339) HOSTILE -showing or feeling opposition or dislike; unfriendly – FRIENDLY

340) IMPROMPTU – done without being planned or rehearsed – PREMEDITATED

341) DEMENTED – behaving irrationally due to anger, distress, or excitement – SENSIBLE

342) INCONGRUOUS – not in harmony or keeping with the surroundings or other aspects of something -HARMONIOUS

343) INSERT -place, fit, or push (something) into something else – EXTRACT

344) SURVIVAL – the state or fact of continuing to live or exist, typically in spite of an accident, ordeal, or difficult circumstances – EXTINCTION

345) APPARENT – clearly visible or understood; obvious – AMBIGUOUS

346) PACIFY – quell the anger, agitation, or excitement of – ENRAGE

347) APPRECIATION – recognition and enjoyment of the good qualities of someone or something -ANTIPATHY

348) JADE – a hard, typically green stone used for ornaments and implements and consisting of the minerals jadeite or nephrite – CHEER

349) APPLAUD -show strong approval of (a person or action) – CENSURE

350) CURTAIL -reduce in extent or quantity; impose a restriction on – LENGTHEN

351) JEST -a thing said or done for amusement; a joke – GRAVITY

352) APALLING – horrifying; shocking – CONSOLING

353) REPEL – drive or force (an attack or attacker) back or away – ATTRACT

354) APOCRYPHAL – of doubtful authenticity(of a story or statement), although widely circulated as being true- AUTHENTIC

355) RUEFULLY – causing sorrow or pity; pitiable; deplorable – CHEERFULLY

356) AFFABLE -friendly, good-natured, or easy to talk to – SURLY

357) ABBERATTION -a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typically an unwelcome one -NORMALITY

358) EMANCIATED – abnormally thin or weak, especially because of illness or a lack of food -HEALTHY

359) EXASPERATING – intensely irritating; infuriating – SOOTHING

360) AMPLE – enough or more than enough; plentiful – MEAGRE

361) LATENT – existing but not yet developed or manifest; hidden or concealed – EVIDENT

362) CAMOUFLAGE – hide or disguise the presence of (a person, animal, or object) –

REVEAL

363) DORMANT -temporarily inactive – ACTIVE

364) SALIENT – most noticeable or important – INSIGNIFICANT

365) AFFLUENCE -the state of having a great deal of money; wealth – POVERTY

366) INQUISITIVE -having or showing an interest in learning things; curious –

UNCONCERNED

367) TREACHEROUS – guilty of or involving betrayal or deception – FAITHFUL

368) COMPLY -act in accordance with a wish or command – CHALLENGE

369) DIMINISH -make or become less – INCREASE

370) RAPID – happening in a short time or at a great rate – SLOW

371) SEVERE -very great(of something bad or undesirable); intense – MILD

372) REVEAL – make (previously unknown or secret information) known to others – HIDE

373) FATIGUED – cause (someone) to feel exhausted – ENERGISED

374) AUTONOMY – freedom from external control or influence / independence –

DEPENDENCE

375) INITIATED – cause (a process or action) to begin – CONCLUDED

376) FLEXIBLE -able to be easily modified to respond to altered circumstances – RIGID

377) GENUINE – truly what something is said to be; authentic – FAKE

378) CONSENSUS – a general agreement – DISAGREEMENT

379) FRUITLESS -failing to achieve the desired results; unproductive or useless –

SUCCESSFUL

380) DILIGENT – having or showing care and conscientiousness in one’s work or duties –

LAZY

381) ENMITY – a state or feeling of active opposition or hostility – AMICABILITY

382) RETAIN – continue to have (something); keep possession of – RELEASE

383) GRADUAL – taking place or progressing slowly or by degrees – RAPID

384) THOROUGHLY – to the fullest extent / unquestionably – SUPERFICIALLY

385) SACRIFICE – an act of slaughtering an animal or person or surrendering a possession as an offering to a deity – ACQUIRE

386) EXHAUSTIVE – including or considering all elements or aspects; fully comprehensive –

INCOMPLETE

387) ACQUITTED – free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty –

CONVICTED

388) FICTITIOUS – not real or true; imaginary or fabricated – REAL

389) STATIONARY – not moving or not intended to be moved – MOVING

390) DEVIATE – depart from an established course or thought or process – CONCENTRATE

391) CREDIT -the ability of a customer to obtain goods or services before payment, based on the trust that payment will be made in the future / add (an amount of money) to an account – DEBIT

392) AUDACITY – a willingness to take bold risks – COWARDICE

393) ROBUST -(of an object) sturdy in construction – FEEBLE

394) AFFIRM – state emphatically or publicly – DISAGREE

395) ORAL – spoken rather than written; verbal – WRITTEN

396) HONEST – free of deceit; truthful and sincere – CORRUPT

397) ADAMANT -refusing to be persuaded or to change one’s mind – YIELDING

398) COMPULSORY – required by law or a rule; obligatory – OPTIONAL

399) TENTATIVE – not certain or fixed; provisional – DEFINITE

400) PROMINENT -important; famous – OBSCURE

401) CORRUPT – having or showing a willingness to act dishonestly in return for money or personal gain -HONEST

402) DESTRUCTIVE – causing great and irreparable damage – CONSTRUCTIVE

403) BANE – a cause of great distress or annoyance – BOON

404) LIBERAL – willing to respect or accept behaviour or opinions different from one’s own; open to new ideas – INTOLERANT

405) FLOOD – an overflow of a large amount of water beyond its normal limits, especially over what is normally dry land – DROUGHT

406) EGOIST – a self-centered or selfish person (opposed to altruist ) – SELFLESS

407) DEEP -extending far down from the top or surface – SHALLOW

408) SLAVE – a person who is the legal property of another and is forced to obey them -MASTER

409) BEAUTIFUL – pleasing the senses or mind aesthetically – UGLY

410) ADMIRATION – respect and warm approval – CONTEMPT

411) NOISILY -full of noise – QUIETLY

412) SUPERFICIAL – existing or occurring at or on the surface – GENUINE

413) FRAGILE – easily broken or damaged – STRONG

414) HARMONIOUS – free from disagreement or dissent – DISCORD

415) PROSPERITY – the state of being prosperous – ADVERSITY

416) EXPAND – become or make larger or more extensive – CONTRACT

417) COMMENCE – begin – CONCLUDE

418) INTENTIONAL – done on purpose; deliberate – ACCIDENTAL

419) DETEST – dislike intensely – LIKE

420) CROOKED – bent or twisted out of shape or out of place – STRAIGHT

421) CURB – a check or restraint on something – ALLOW

422) AMPLE – enough or more than enough; plentiful – MEAGRE

423) EMERGE – move out of or away from something and become visible – DISAPPPEAR

424) MALICIOUS – characterized by malice; intending or intended to do harm – BENIGN

425) INHALE -breathe in (air, gas, smoke, etc.) – EXHALE

426) ALTRUISTIC – showing a disinterested and selfless concern for the well-being of others; unselfish -SELFISH

427) KNACK – an acquired or natural skill at doing something – INABILITY

428) ENCOURAGED – give support, confidence, or hope to (someone) – DISCOURAGED

429) OBSTURCT – block (an opening, path, road, etc.); be or get in the way of. – CLEAR

430) DOLEFUL – expressing sorrow; mournful – CHEERFUL

431) AGGRESSIVE -ready or likely to attack or confront; characterized by or resulting from aggression -PEACEFUL

432) STATIONARY – not moving or not intended to be moved – MOVING

433) PERIL – serious and immediate danger – SAFETY

434) HOSTILE – showing or feeling opposition or dislike; unfriendly – SYMPATHETIC

435) BARREN – too poor to produce much or any vegetation – FERTILE

436) STINGY -mean; ungenerous – GENEROUS

437) COMRADE – a colleague or a fellow member of an organization – ENEMY

438) CALLOUS -showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others –

CONCERNED

439) PESSIMIST – a person who expect the worst in everything – OPTIMIST

440) CRUEL – wilfully causing pain or suffering to others, or feeling no concern about it –

KIND

441) LIBERATION -the act of setting someone free from imprisonment, slavery, or oppression; release -BONDAGE

442) EMINENT – famous and respected within a particular sphere – IGNORANT

443) GENIAL – friendly and cheerful – HOSTILE

444) MALICE – the desire to harm someone; ill will – GOODWILL

445) BRUTAL – savagely violent – HUMANE

446) COHERENT – logical and consistent – DISORGANIZED

447) INDOLENT – wanting to avoid activity or exertion; lazy – DILIGENT

448) CAUTIOUS – careful to avoid potential problems or dangers – RECKLESS

449) LIBERTY – the state of being free within society from oppressive restrictions imposed by authority on

one’s behaviour or political views – BONDAGE

450) CHAOTIC – in a state of complete confusion and disorder – ORGANISED

451) CONTENDED -struggle to surmount (a difficulty) – DISSATISFIED

452) ANTIQUE – having a high value because of age and quality / belonging to ancient times -RECENT

453) ISOLATION – the process or fact of isolating (cause (a person or place) to be or remain alone or apart from others) – ASSOCIATION

454) REPULSIVE – arousing intense distaste or disgust – ATTRACTIVE

455) STRIFE – angry or bitter disagreement over fundamental issues; conflict – PEACE

456) NEAT – arranged in a tidy way; in good order – SLOPPY

457) NEGLIGENT – failing to take proper care over something – CAREFUL

458) VANITY – excessive pride in or admiration of one’s own appearance or achievements –

MODESTY

459) BLOCK -make the movement or flow in (a passage, pipe, road, etc.) difficult or impossible. – CLEAR

460) EXPLICIT -stated clearly and in detail, leaving no room for confusion or doubt –

AMBIGUOUS

461) CONFIDENT – feeling or showing confidence in oneself or one’s abilities or qualities –

DIFFIDENT

462) NERVOUS – easily agitated or alarmed – COMPOSED

463) VIRTUE -behaviour showing high moral standards – VICE

464) BARREN – too poor to produce much or any vegetation / showing no results or achievements; unproductive – FERTILE

465) STINGY – mean; ungenerous – GENEROUS

466) INCREDIBLE – impossible to believe – BELIEVABLE

467) URBAN – in, relating to, or characteristic of a town or city – RURAL

468) INSOLENT -showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect – HUMBLE

469) VENERATION – great respect; reverence – DISRESPECT

470) CONCUR -be of the same opinion; agree -DISAGREE

471) TRANSPARENT -allowing light to pass through so that objects behind can be distinctly seen -OPAQUE

472) DESPAIR – the complete loss or absence of hope – HOPE

473) ERUDITE – having or showing great knowledge or learning – ILLITERATE

474) CHIVALROUS – courteous and gallant / brave and bold- DEFIANT

475) DORMANT – temporarily inactive – ACTIVE

476) OPULENCE – great wealth or luxuriousness – POVERTY

477) PERNICIOUS – having a harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle way –

BENEFICIAL

478) KNACK – an acquired or natural skill at doing something – DIFFICULT

479) COMEDY – a play characterized by its humorous or satirical tone and its depiction of amusing people or incidents, in which the characters ultimately triumph over adversity – TRAGEDY

480) ETERNAL – lasting or existing forever; without end – TEMPORARY

481) INCESSANT – continuing without pause or interruption – INTERMITTENT

482) HARSH – unpleasantly rough or jarring to the senses – GENTLE

483) INSIPID – lacking flavour; weak or tasteless – TASTY

484) FLIPPANT – not showing a serious or respectful attitude – SERIOUS

485) REVEAL – make (previously unknown or secret information) known to others –

CONCEAL

486) RANCID -smelling or tasting unpleasant as a result of being old and stale – FRESH

487) TRIUMPH -a great victory or achievement – DEFEAT

488) TASTY – food having a pleasant, distinct flavour – INSIPID

489) COMPASSIONATE -feeling or showing sympathy and concern for others – HEARTLESS

490) WITHER – become dry and shrivelled – BLOOM

491) PERMIT – an official document that allows you to do something or go somewhere –

FORBID

492) INSOLENT -showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect – SUBMISSIVE

493) LEAD – the initiative in an action; an example for others to follow – FOLLOW

494) PUBLICISE – make (something) widely known – WITHHOLD

495) DILATE -make or become wider, larger, or more open – CONTRACT

496) INQUISITIVE – having or showing an interest in learning things; curious – INDIFFERENT

497) STABILITY – the state of being stable – INCONSISTENCY

498) DYNAMIC – characterized by constant change, activity, or progress – STAIC

499) FELICITY -intense happiness – SORROW

500) INDOMITABLE – impossible to subdue or defeat – COWARDLY

501) INDIFFERENT -having no particular interest or sympathy; unconcerned – ATTENTIVE

502) AGITATE -make (someone) troubled or nervous – PACIFY

503) MITIGATE -make (something bad) less severe, serious, or painful – ENHANCE

504) PROFUSE – (especially of something offered or discharged) very plentiful; abundant –

SPARSE

505) TURBULENT – characterized by conflict, disorder, or confusion; not stable or calm – CALM / PLACID

506) TRADITIONAL – existing in or as part of a tradition; long-established – UNUSUA

507) PRUDENT -acting with or showing care and thought for the future – CARELESS

508) SQUANDERING -waste (something, especially money or time) in a reckless and foolish manner -SAVING

509) CARNAL -relating to physical, especially sexual, needs and activities – SPIRITUAL

510) CONSENT – permission for something to happen or agreement to do something –

DISSENT

511) TRANSPARENT – allowing light to pass through so that objects behind can be distinctly seen -OPAQUE

512) EQUILIBRIUM – a state in which opposing forces or influences are balanced –

IMBALANCE

513) SUPERFLUOUS – unnecessary, especially through being more than enough –

NECESSARY

514) VETERAN – a person who has had long experience in a particular field – NOVICE

515) FOCUS – the centre of interest or activity / the state or quality of having or producing clear visual definition/ adapt to the prevailing level of light and become able to see clearly/ pay particular attention to – DISPERSE

516) IMMORTAL – living forever; never dying or decaying – TEMPORARY

517) RELUCTANT -unwilling and hesitant; disinclined – WILLING

518) ADVERSITY -a difficult or unpleasant situation – PROSPERITYINSIPID – lacking flavour; weak or tasteless – TASTY

519) RELINQUISH – voluntarily cease to keep or claim; give up – CONTINUE

520) MITIGATE -make (something bad) less severe, serious, or painful – ENHANCE

521) PROFUSE – (especially of something offered or discharged) very plentiful; abundant –

SPARSE

522) TURBULENT – characterized by conflict, disorder, or confusion; not stable or calm – CALM / PLACID

523) TRADITIONAL – existing in or as part of a tradition; long-established – UNUSUAL

524) PRUDENT -acting with or showing care and thought for the future – CARELESS

525) SQUANDERING -waste (something, especially money or time) in a reckless and foolish manner -SAVING

526) CARNAL -relating to physical, especially sexual, needs and activities – SPIRITUAL

527) CONSENT – permission for something to happen or agreement to do something –

DISSENT

528) TRANSPARENT – allowing light to pass through so that objects behind can be distinctly seen –

OPAQUE

529) EQUILIBRIUM – a state in which opposing forces or influences are balanced –

IMBALANCE

530) SUPERFLUOUS – unnecessary, especially through being more than enough –

NECESSARY

531) VETERAN – a person who has had long experience in a particular field – NOVICE

532) FOCUS – the centre of interest or activity / the state or quality of having or producing clear visual definition/ adapt to the prevailing level of light and become able to see clearly/ pay particular attention to – DISPERSE

533) IMMORTAL – living forever; never dying or decaying – TEMPORARY

534) RELUCTANT -unwilling and hesitant; disinclined – WILLING

535) ADVERSITY -a difficult or unpleasant situation – PROSPERITY

536) FLUENT – able to express oneself easily and articulately – HALTING

537) ELOQUENT – fluent or persuasive in speaking or writing / clearly expressing or indicating something -INARTICULATE

538) NOVEL – interestingly new or unusual – BANAL

539) PAUCITY – the presence of something in only small or insufficient quantities or amounts-PLETHORA

540) REPRIMANDED – express sharp disapproval or criticism of (someone) because of their behaviour or actions- PRAISED

541) EFFEMINATE – having characteristics regarded as typical of a woman(of a man); unmanly – MANLY

542) HOSTILE – showing or feeling opposition or dislike; unfriendly – FRIENDLY

543) CACOPHONY -a harsh discordant mixture of sounds – HARMONY

544) APPROPRAITE – suitable or proper in the circumstances- UNDESERVED

545) TAINT -contaminate or pollute (something) / a trace of a bad or undesirable substance or quality -PURIFY

546) DEMOLISH – pull or knock down (a building)- ESTABLISH

547) DEPTH – the distance from the top or surface to the bottom of something – SHALLOW

548) MAVERICK – an unorthodox or independent-minded person – CONVENTIONAL

549) ENDANGERED – seriously at risk of extinction(of a species)- PROTECTED

550) CLEAR -easy to perceive, understand, or interpret / transparent; unclouded -NEBULOUS /OPAQUE

551) RELEASE – allow or enable to escape from confinement; set free -CONFINE

552) ELEMENTARY – allow or enable to escape from confinement; set free – COMPLEX

553) ACCUMMULATE – gather together or acquire an increasing number or quantity of -DISPERSE

554) CONCUR – be of the same opinion; agree – DISAGREE

555) RESIST – withstand the action or effect of – YIELD

556) DESCENT -an act of moving downwards, dropping, or falling – ASSENT

557) NOTORIOUS – famous or well known, typically for some bad quality or deed -REPUTED

558) DEMAND – an insistent and peremptory request, made as of right – SUPPLY

559) ILLICIT – forbidden by law, rules, or custom – LEGAL

560) REPEL -drive or force (an attack or attacker) back or away – ATTRACT

561) DETEST – dislike intensely – ADORE

562) TRAITOR -a person who betrays someone or something, such as a friend, cause, or principle -PATRIOT

563) ASCEND – go up or climb – DESCEND

564) APPOINT – assign a job or role to (someone) – DISMISS

565) ACCUSATION – a charge or claim that someone has done something illegal or wrong -EXCULPATION

566) GUILTY – culpable of or responsible for a specified wrongdoing – INNOCENT

567) BIZARRE -very strange or unusual – ORDINARY

568) GRIEVE – feel intense sorrow – REJOICE

569) ENDURING -lasting over a period of time; durable – TRASIENT

570) OBSCURE -not discovered or known about; uncertain – DISTINCT

571) FLAWLESS – without any imperfections or defects; perfect – DEFECTIVE

572) PRUDENT – acting with or showing care and thought for the future – CARELESS

573) DESIST -stop doing something; cease or abstain – CONTINUE

574) STERILE – not able to produce children or young – FERTILE

575) DEFILE – damage the purity or appearance of; mar or spoil / desecrate or profane (something sacred)- PURIFY

576) NASTY – very bad or unpleasant – PLEASANT

577) THOROUGH – complete with regard to every detail; not superficial or partial -CURSORY

578) FORMAL – done in accordance with convention or etiquette; suitable for or constituting an official or important occasion – INFORMAL

579) ABRUPT – sudden and unexpected – SMOOTH

580) EXAGGERATE -represent (something) as being larger, better, or worse than it really is -UNDERSTATE

581) ORDERLY – neatly and methodically arranged – CHAOTIC

582) FAMOUS -known about by many people – OBSCURE

583) ACCOMPLISH – achieve or complete successfully – FAIL

584) BLESSING – a prayer asking for divine favour and protection – CURSE

585) GLOOMY – dark or poorly lit, especially so as to appear depressing or frightening -RADIANT

586) INCREDIBLE -impossible to believe – POSSBLE

587) CALLOUS – showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others – SENSITIVE

588) PROFESSIONAL – relating to or belonging to a profession – AMATEUR

589) ADAMANT – refusing to be persuaded or to change one’s mind – YIELDING

590) EVIDENT -clearly seen or understood; obvious – DOUBTFUL

591) PERILOUS – full of danger or risk – SAFE

592) IMPEDE – delay or prevent (someone or something) by obstructing them; hinder -ADVANCE

593) DISHEVELLED – untidy; disordered – TIDY

594) CALLOUS – showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others -SYMPATHETIC

595) BRITTLE – hard but liable to break easily – STRONG

596) BETRAYAL -the action of betraying one’s country, a group, or a person; treachery -LOYALTY

597) PROMINENT – important; famous – UNKNOWN

598) EXEMPTIONS – the action of freeing or state of being free from an obligation or liability imposed on others – INCLUSIONS

599) HUMBLE – having or showing a modest or low estimate of one’s importance -HAUGHTY

600) ABANDON – cease to support or look after (someone); desert – RETAIN

601) UNRULY -disorderly and disruptive and not amenable to discipline or control -ORDERLY

602) PERPATUAL – never ending or changing – RARE

603) RECEDE – go or move back or further away from a previous position – ADVANCE

604) OPULENT – ostentatiously costly and luxurious – POOR

605) PHILANTHROPIC -seeking to promote the welfare of others (of a person or organization); generous and benevolent – SELF CENTERED

606) ADULTERATION – mixing other matter of an inferior and sometimes harmful quality with food or drink intended to be sold – PURIFICATION

607) UNITARY – forming a single or uniform entity – DOUBLE

608) AMORPHOUS – without a clearly defined shape or form – DEFINITE

609) ABUSIVE – extremely offensive and insulting – LAUDATORY

610) DEBACLE – a sudden and ignominious failure; a fiasco – SUCCESS

611) REPULSIVE – arousing intense distaste or disgust – ATTRACTIVE

612) AMPLE -enough or more than enough; plentiful – MEAGRE

613) DISTRAUGHT – very worried and upset – SERENE

614) ERADICATE – destroy completely; put an end to – PERSERVE

615) MUNDANE – lacking interest or excitement; dull – EXTRAORDINARY

616) SUBSTANTIAL – of considerable importance, size, or worth – FLIMSY

617) BOISTEROUS – noisy, energetic, and cheerful – CALM

618) FAIR – treating people equally without favouritism or discrimination – UNJUST

619) REDUNDANT – not or no longer needed or useful; superfluous – REQUIRED

620) SAFE – protected from or not exposed to danger or risk; not likely to be harmed or lost -INSECURE

621) ENLARGE – make or become larger or more extensive – CONDENSE

622) OBSEQUIOUS – obedient or attentive to an excessive or servile degree-DOMINEERING

623) VACILLATE -waver between different opinions or actions; be indecisive – DECIDE

624) BENEVOLENT – well meaning and kindly – MALEVOLENT

625) DECEIT -he action or practice of deceiving someone by concealing or misrepresenting the truth -HONESTLY

626) AMATEURS -a person who engages in a pursuit, especially a sport, on an unpaid basis -PROFESSIONALS

627) EVANSCENT – soon passing out of sight, memory, or existence; quickly fading or disappearing -PERMANENT

628) DEVIOUS – showing a skillful use of underhand tactics to achieve goals – STRAIGHT

629) GROTESQUE – comically or repulsively ugly or distorted – NATURAL

630) AMELIORATE – make (something bad or unsatisfactory) better – WORSEN

631) JETTISON – throw or drop (something) from an aircraft or ship – ACCEPT

632) MEANDERING – following a winding course – STRAIGHT

633) PREJUDICED -having or showing a dislike or distrust that is derived from prejudice; bigoted -DISPASSIONATE

634) PERSPICUITY – clarity, plainness, intelligibility / transparency – VAGUENESS

635) VERITY – a true principle or belief, especially one of fundamental importance FLASEHOOD

636) FLORID – having a red or flushed complexion – PALE

637) CONTROVERSIAL – giving rise or likely to give rise to controversy or public disagreement -INDISPUTABLE

638) EXAGGERATE – represent (something) as being larger, better, or worse than it really is -UNDERSTATE

639) DECEITFUL – guilty of or involving deceit; deceiving or misleading others – PLAIN

640) AUTONOMOUS – having the freedom to act independently – DEPENDENT

641) SYNTHETIC -made by chemical synthesis, especially to imitate a natural product -NATURAL

642) METICULOUS – showing great attention to detail; very careful and precise – CARELESS

643) FEASIBLE – possible and practical to do easily or conveniently – IMPRACTICAL

644) INFIRMITY – physical or mental weakness – STRENGTH

645) ACCORD -give or grant someone (power, status, or recognition) – DISAGREEMENT

646) APPROPRIATE -suitable or proper in the circumstances – UNSUITABLE

647) GLOSSY -shiny and smooth – DULL

648) ELEVATION – he action or fact of raising or being raised to a higher or more important level, state, or position – DEPRESSION

649) DISORDERLY – lacking organization; untidy – ARRANGED

650) LIBERTY -the state of being free within society from oppressive restrictions imposed by authority on one’s behaviour or political views – SLAVERY

651) MAMMOTH – huge – SMALL

652) DISCORD – disagreement between people – HARMONY

653) DIVULGE – make known (private or sensitive information) – CONCEAL

654) INOFFENSIVE – not objectionable or harmful – RUDE

655) UNPREDICTABLE – not able to be predicted; changeable – RELIABLE

656) INCLUDE – comprise or contain as part of a whole – ELIMINATE

657) CULMINATION – the highest or climactic point of something, especially as attained after a long time -BEGINNING

658) APPROACHED -come near or nearer to (someone or something) in distance or time -RETREATED

659) IMPETUOUS – acting or done quickly and without thought or care – CAUTIOUS

660) TRANQUILITY – the quality or state of being tranquil; calm – DISTURBANCE

661) DORMANT – temporarily inactive – ACTIVE

662) DWINDLE – diminish gradually in size, amount, or strength – INCREASE

663) LASSITUDE -a state of physical or mental weariness; lack of energy – ENTHUSIASM

664) CAPRICIOUS – given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behaviour -REASONABLE

665) GRATING -sounding harsh and unpleasant – MUSICAL

666) FAMOUS – known about by many people. – UNKNOWN

667) ADEPT – very skilled or proficient at something – INEPT

668) SERVILE – having or showing an excessive willingness to serve or please others -DEFIANT

669) SWELTERING -uncomfortably hot – FREEZING

670) IMMACULATE – perfectly clean, neat, or tidy – FLITHY

671) AUTONOMY -freedom from external control or influence; independence -DEPENDENCE

672) ACCELERATE – begin to move more quickly – DELAY

673) ABRUPT – sudden and unexpected – GRADUAL

674) TRANQUIL – free from disturbance; calm – DISTURBED

675) UNSCRUPULOUS – having or showing no moral principles; not honest or fair -CONSCIENTIOUS

676) INDELIBLE – making marks that cannot be removed – TEMPORARY

677) DUBIOUS – hesitating or doubting – CERTAIN

678) HEIGHTEN – make or become more intense – DECREASE

679) BARBAROUS – extremely brutal – CIVILIZED

680) SEAMY – sordid and disreputable – PURE

681) CEASE -come or bring to an end – INITIATE

682) DENOUNCE – publicly declare to be wrong or evil – PRAISE

683) INDICT – formally accuse of or charge with a crime – EXONERATE

684) VOCAL – relating to the human voice – SILENT

685) SUPPRESS – forcibly put an end to – REVEAL

686) PARTICULARLY – to a higher degree than is usual or average – GENERALLY

687) AGGRAVATE -make (a problem, injury, or offence) worse or more serious -ALLEVIATE

688) RETRENCH – reduce costs or spending in response to economic difficulty – RECRUIT

689) QUIESCENT – in a state or period of inactivity or dormancy – ACTIVE (wrong question – option mentioned in response sheet was DORMANT, which is synonym)

690) VANITY – excessive pride in or admiration of one’s own appearance or achievements -HUMILITY

691) TERMINATE – bring to an end – COMMENCE

692) LENIENT – more merciful or tolerant than expected (of a punishment or person in authority)- STRICT

693) CAPTIVATE – attract and hold the interest and attention of / charm – DISTRACT

694) FEROCIOUS – savagely fierce, cruel, or violent – MILD

695) BARREN – showing no results or achievements / unproductive – FERTILE

696) IRASCIBLE – having or showing a tendency to be easily angered – AMIABLE

697) FORLON – pitifully sad and abandoned or lonely – JOYFUL

698) GREGARIOUS – fond of company (of a person)/ sociable – UNSOCIABLE

699) OBSTINATE – stubbornly refusing to change one’s opinion or chosen course of action, despite attempts to persuade one to do so – DOCILE

700) COURAGE – the ability to do something that frightens one / bravery – COWARDICE

701) ARID -having little or no rain (of land or a climate) / too dry or barren to support vegetation – FERTILE

702) RUGGED – having a broken, rocky, and uneven surface (of ground or terrain) -SMOOTH

703) IMPROMPTU – done without being planned or rehearsed – PREPARED

704) INTANGIBLE – unable to be touched / not having physical presence – CONCRETE

705) EVADE – escape or avoid (someone or something), especially by guile or trickery -CONFRONT

706) INSULAR – ignorant of or uninterested in cultures, ideas, or peoples outside one’s own experience -COSMOPOLITAN

707) CAPTIVITY – the condition of being imprisoned or confined – FREEDOM

708) INSOLENT – showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect – COURTEOUS

709) INVALLIABLE – extremely useful / indispensable – WORTHLESS

710) CONTEMPLATIVE – expressing or involving prolonged thought – UNREFLECTIVE

711) FUTILE – incapable of producing any useful result / pointless -FRUITFUL 601. INCLEMENT -unpleasantly cold or wet (of the weather) – MILD

712) INTERIM – in or for the intervening period / provisional – PERMANENT

713) TREACHERY – betrayal of trust – LOYALTY

714) VISIONARY – thinking about or planning the future with imagination or wisdom –REALIST

715) INFIRM – not physically or mentally strong, especially through age or illness – STRONG

716) REASSURE – say or do something to remove the doubts and fears of (someone) -DISCOURAGE

717) VENIAL – denoting a sin that is not regarded as depriving the soul of divine grace -UNPARDONABLE

718) INSTINCTIVE – relating to or prompted by instinct; done without conscious thought -RATIONAL

719) CORDIAL -warm and friendly – HOSTILE

720) ACCOLADE -an award or privilege granted as a special honour or as an acknowledgement of merit -BLAME

721) AMBIGUOUS – open to more than one interpretation; not having one obvious meaning-CLEAR

722) WARY -feeling or showing caution about possible dangers or problems – RASH

723) INADVERTENTLY -without intention; accidentally – DELIBERATELY

724) OBTUSE -annoyingly insensitive or slow to understand – SHARP-WITTED

725) LUNACY – the state of being a lunatic; insanity (not in technical use) – SANITY

726) AMATEUR – a person who engages in a pursuit, especially a sport, on an unpaid basis –

PROFESSIONAL

727) DIFFIDENCE – modesty or shyness resulting from a lack of self-confidence – SELF- ASSURANCE

728) OVERT – done or shown openly; plainly apparent – HIDDEN

729) MISERABLE – unhappy or uncomfortable – HAPPY

730) HUMANE – having or showing compassion or benevolence – UNKIND

731) FRUGALITY – the quality of being economical with money or food; thriftiness -PRODIGALITY

732) GROUP – a number of people or things that are located, gathered, or classed together -INDIVIDUAL

733) DISSENT – the holding or expression of opinions at variance with those commonly or officially held -AGREEMENT

734) ACQUIT – free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty – CONDEMN

735) OBSCURE – not discovered or known about; uncertain – CLEAR

736) FLEXIBLE -able to be easily modified to respond to altered circumstances – RIGID

737) VIRTUE – behaviour showing high moral standards – VICE

738) YIELD – give way to arguments, demands, or pressure – RESIST

739) DESECRATION -the action of desecrating (treat (a sacred place or thing) with violent

740) disrespect) something – VENERATION

741) SERENE -calm, peaceful, and untroubled; tranquil – RUFFLED

742) POMPOUS – affectedly grand, solemn, or self-important- HUMBLE

743) PERDILECTION – a preference or special liking for something; a bias in favour of something -AVERSION

744) ZENITH – the time at which something is most powerful or successful – NADIR

745) ECCENTRIC – unconventional and slightly strange – NORMAL

746) ARROGANT – having or revealing an exaggerated sense of one’s own importance or abilities -MODEST

747) EFFEMINACY – manifestation of traits in a boy or man that are more often associated with feminine nature – MANLINESS

748) VACILLATION – the inability to decide between different opinions or actions; indecision-STEADFASTNESS

749) PLACID – not easily upset or excited – STORMY

750) AUTHENTIC – of undisputed origin and not a copy; genuine – FALSE

751) BOLD – showing a willingness to take risks; confident and courageous – TIMID

752) URBANE -courteous and refined in manner – CRUDE

753) DISCONSOLATE – very unhappy and unable to be comforted – JOYOUS

754) FAKE – not genuine; imitation or counterfeit – REAL

755) TREMULOUS – shaking or quivering slightly – STEADY

756) POTENT – having great power, influence, or effect – WEAK

757) PROCRASTINATE -delay or postpone action; put off doing something – EXPEDITE

758) CESSATION – the fact or process of ending or being brought to an end -COMMENCEMENT

759) FRUGAL – sparing or economical as regards money or food / simple and plain and costing little –

EXTRAVAGANT

760) SUSCEPTIBLE -likely or liable to be influenced or harmed by a particular thing -IMMUNE

761) SACRED – connected with God or a god or dedicated to a religious purpose and so deserving veneration – PROFANE

762) TARDY -delaying or delayed beyond the right or expected time; late – PROMPT

763) FOMENT -instigate or stir up (an undesirable or violent sentiment or course of action) -QUELL

764) EFFICACIOUS -successful in producing a desired or intended result; effective -INEFFECTIVE

765) OUTRAGEOUS – shockingly bad or excessive – JOLLY

766) PERSUADE – induce (someone) to do something through reasoning or argument -DISSUADE

767) ALIGHT -descend from a train, bus, or other form of transport – EMBARK

768) NOURISH – provide with the food or other substances necessary for growth, health, and good condition – STARVE

769) CONTROVERSIAL – giving rise or likely to give rise to controversy or public disagreement -UNDISPUTED

770) TRANSIENCE – the state or fact of lasting only for a short time – ETERNITY

771) DESCENT – an act of moving downwards, dropping, or falling – ASCENT

772) INTERIM – in or for the intervening period; provisional – PERMANENT

773) WARY – feeling or showing caution about possible dangers or problems – CARELESS

774) MINUSCULE – extremely small; tiny – MASSIVE

775) PROFOUND – very great or intense – SUPERFECIAL

776) DETEST – dislike intensely – ADORE

777) SOOTHE – gently calm (a person or their feelings) – AGITATE

778) GRACEFUL – showing grace or elegance – AWKWARD

779) INERTIA – a tendency to do nothing or to remain unchanged – VIGOUR

780) INVINCIBLE – too powerful to be defeated or overcome – POWERLESS

781) SQUANDER – waste (something, especially money or time) in a reckless and foolish manner – SKIMP

782) DIFFIDENT – modest or shy because of a lack of self-confidence – CONFIDENT

783) VANQUISH – defeat thoroughly – SURRENDER

784) DISAVOWAL – the denial of any responsibility or support for something / repudiation -APPROVAL

785) NONCORFIRMIST – a person who does not conform to prevailing ideas or practices in their behaviour or views – CONVENTIONAL

786) MALLEABLE – easily influenced / pliable / able to be hammered or pressed into shape without breaking or cracking (of a metal or other material) – INTRACTABLE

 

786) SACRED

1.perpetual

2.pious

3.profane

4.profound

 

Solution 3

Sacred – holy

Profane – wicked,unholy

Pious – holy

Profound- very deep ,very serious

 

787) NOTORIOUS

1.famous

2.vicious

3.infamous

4.disgraceful

 

Solution 1

Notorious- infamous

Vicious- violent,destructive

Disgraceful- shameful

 

788)TRANSIENT

1.stationary

2.temporal

3.celestial

4.permanent

 

Solution 4

Transient- temporary ,temporal, momentary

 

789) LIBERTY

1.slavery

2.freedom

3.autonomy

4.reservation

 

Solution 1

 

790) SWERVE

1.droop

2.lurch

3.deviate

4.straighten

 

Solution 4

Swerve – to stray,to wander

Droop – to hang downward

Lurch – A sudden or unsteady movement

 

791) SOBER

1.nervous

2.agitated

3.serious

4.calm

 

Solution 2

 

792) DENSE

1.sparse

2.thick

3.condensed

4.opaque

 

Solution 1

 

793) STALE

1.flat

2.fresh

3.dry

4.sour

 

Solution 2

 

794) GATHER

1.display

2.dispute

3.distract

4.disperse

 

Solution 4

 

795) COMIC

1.amusing

2.tragic

3.awkward

4.absurd

 

Solution 2

 

796) REPRIMAND

1.apprehend

2.reproach

3.compliment

4.blame

 

Solution 3

Reprimand- rebuke,reproach

Apprehend- to anticipate

 

797) FINITE

1.finished

2.limited

3.bound

4.endless

 

Solution 4

 

800) AGONY

1.anxiety

2.distress

3.comfort

4.misery

 

Solution 3

 

801) EMINENT

1.exalted

2.inconspicuous

3.impressive

4.distinguished

 

Solution 2

Eminent – high,noteworthy ,distinguished

Exalt – to honour ,to hold in high esteem

 

802) EXCEPTIONAL

1.uncommon

2.unthinkable

3.unimaginable

4.unremarkable

 

Solution 4

Exceptional – not ordinary,uncommon

 

803) PARDON

1.mercy

2.punish

3.kindness

4.grace

 

Solution 2

 

804) ESCALATE

1.heighten

2.enlarge

3.raise

4.reduce

 

 

Solution 4

 

805) TENDER

1.soft

2.warm

3.gentle

4.rough

 

Solution 4

Tender – soft

 

806) EXPANSION

1.inflation

2.augmentation

3.extension

4.compression

 

Solution 4

Expansion – to expand ,to augment

 

807) SCARCE

1.scanty

2.few

3.seldom

4.plentiful

 

Solution 4

Scarce – scanty

 

808) ALLURING

  1. interesting
  2. charming
  3. repulsive
  4. glamorous

 

Solution 3

Alluring – interesting, enchanting

 

 

 

809) TURBULENT

  1. raging
  2. peaceful
  3. forceful
  4. swirling

 

Solution 2

Turbulent – violently disturbed, agitated

Swirl – to twist or whirl

 

810) EMPATHY

  1. appreciation
  2. warmth
  3. sympathy
  4. apathy

 

Solution 4

 

811) ANIMOSITY

  1. sarcasm
  2. benevolence
  3. bitterness
  4. contamination

 

Solution 2

Animosity- violent hatred

 

812) PANDEMONIUM

  1. turbulence
  2. harmony
  3. excitement
  4. uproar

 

Solution 2

Pandemonium- chaos,outburst,uproar,turbulence

 

813) PIQUANT

  1. pungent
  2. interesting
  3. bland
  4. peppery

 

Solution 3

Piquant – engaging, charming

Pungent – a strong odor that stings the nose.

Bland – to mix ,to blend

Peppery – having the taste of pepper

 

 

814) PREDECESSOR

1.processor

2.lessor

3.oppressor

4.successor

 

Solution 4

 

815) LACKADAISICAL

1.indifferent

2.jocular

3.enthusiastic

4.lukewarm

 

Solution 3

Lackadaisical – showing no interest ,vigor; lazy

Jocular- humorous

 

816) OPTIMISTIC

  1. energetic
  2. pessimistic
  3. idealistic
  4. realistic

 

Solution 2

 

 

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