New English Words Synonyms & Antonyms For Preparing Exam 11 Nov 2017
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.
Synonyms: abstract, shortness, Antonyms: elongate, prolong
Example: This letter is full of ellipsis.
Synonyms: annihilation, destruction, Antonyms: construction, formation
Example: After the extirpation of the Indians, the labor of African slaves was introduced.
Synonyms: dandified, natty, Antonyms: non-fashionable, boring
Example: He always dress-up in a foppish way.
6.GAFFE(NOUN): mistake, goof
Synonyms: blooper, blunder, Antonyms: correction, edition
Example: The gaffe created a furor in the scientific community, which attacked the publication for flawed and faulty research.
Synonyms: alarming, dangerous, Antonyms: pleasing, harmless
Example: And now we know for all time that these countless scolding and minatory voices were not mere angry units, but that they were in.
Synonyms: perpendicular,straight, Antonyms: horizontal, flat
Example: The plumb lines near the well were for protection.
Synonyms: ultimate, ideal, Antonyms: secondary, flawed
Example: But in reality, he is the quintessential example of how India corrupts.
10.RUNIC(ADJECTIVE): bewitching, charming
Synonyms: charismatic, enchanted, Antonyms: normal, unmoving
Example: My uncle looked keenly at the document for some moments and then declared that it was