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** VOCABULARY WORDS 22.11.2017** ————————————————— 1. UNWAVERING (ADJECTIVE): resolute Synonyms: faithful, dedicated Antonyms: disloyal, unreliable Example Sentence: Shayna was unwavering in her opinions. 2. CRYPTIC (ADJECTIVE): curt Synonyms: brusque, abrupt Antonyms: lengthy, long-winded Example Sentence: My husband’s cryptic comment left me confused. 3. ACERBIC (ADJECTIVE): caustic Synonyms: rancorous, bitter Antonyms: kind, nice Example Sentence: My


** VOCABULARY WORDS 21.11.2017** ————————————————— 1. BEFUDDLE (VERB): baffle Synonyms: puzzle, bewilder Antonyms: orient, balance Example Sentence: Max is befuddled about Riya’s question. 2. HEARTRENDING (ADJECTIVE): arousing Synonyms: stimulating, inspiring Antonyms: boring, monotonous Example Sentence: His act was heartrending. 3. NARCOTIZE (VERB): anesthetize Synonyms: deaden, desensitize Antonyms: enliven, revitalize Example Sentence: The doctor prescribed a


** VOCABULARY WORDS 08.11.2017** ————————————————— 1. CRITICAL (ADJECTIVE): demanding Synonyms: analytical, fault-finding Antonyms: unimportant, trivial Example Sentence: It is a critical point of view. 2. SUBSTANTIVE (ADJECTIVE): real Synonyms: tangible, palpable Antonyms: impractical, insignificant Example Sentence: She knows about its substantive use. 3. INNOVATION (NOUN): addition Synonyms: alteration, contraption Antonyms: stagnation, custom Example Sentence: She


** VOCABULARY WORDS 07.11.2017** ————————————————— 1. BEMOAN (VERB): deplore Synonyms: mourn, lament Antonyms: be happy, praise Example Sentence: They bemoan at the sudden demise of their father. 2. DISDAIN (NOUN): hate Synonyms: antipathy, aversion Antonyms: admiration, approval Example Sentence: I have so much disdain for cheaters. 3. GRUESOME (ADJECTIVE): horrible Synonyms: awful, frightful Antonyms: attractive,


** VOCABULARY WORDS 04.11.2017** ————————————————— 1. BYGONE (ADJECTIVE): in the pas Synonyms: former, ancient Antonyms: alive, modern Example Sentence: It was his bygone statement. 2. BALK (VERB): hesitate Synonyms: resist, shirk Antonyms: accept, face Example Sentence: He balked at such a drastic solution. 3. AVID (ADJECTIVE): ardent Synonyms: eager, fervent Antonyms: apathetic, cold Example Sentence:


** VOCABULARY WORDS 03.11.2017** ————————————————— 1. COCKY (ADJECTIVE): arrogant Synonyms: brash, nervy Antonyms: humble, meek Example Sentence: He is such a cocky entrepreneur. 2. APATHY (NOUN): indifference Synonyms: aloofness, coldness Antonyms: concern, sympathy Example Sentence: He is full of apathy. 3. ARCANE (ADJECTIVE): esoteric Synonyms: cabalistic, occult Antonyms: known, common Example Sentence: They follow the


** VOCABULARY WORDS 31.10.2017** ————————————————— 1. RUMPUS (NOUN): clamor Synonyms: discord, fracas Antonyms: harmony, peace Example Sentence: 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 Sentence: After he beat me at


** VOCABULARY WORDS 01.11.2017** ————————————————— 1. PROFFER (VERB): suggest Synonyms: propound, propose Antonyms: refrain, hold Example Sentence: I’d proffer to not to go there. 2. BELLYACHE (NOUN): complaint Synonyms: grouse, gripe Antonyms: compliment, flattery Example Sentence: They had a bellyache regarding his entourage. 3. LICITNESS (NOUN): legality Synonyms: authority, legitimacy Antonyms: unjustice, unfairness Example Sentence:


** VOCABULARY WORDS 02.11.2017** ————————————————— 1. ABATE (VERB): lessen Synonyms: recede, dwindle Antonyms: develop, enlarge Example Sentence: His pain was abated. 2. ABDICATE (VERB): forgo Synonyms: relinquish, renounce Antonyms: pursue, remain Example Sentence: He was accused of abdicating his responsibilities. 3. ABHOR (VERB): despise Synonyms: loathe, scorn Antonyms: admire, cherish Example Sentence: He abhorred talking


** VOCABULARY WORDS 28.10.2017** ————————————————— 1. CONTORT (VERB): disfigure, distort Synonyms: deform, writhe Antonyms: beautify, smooth Example Sentence: Government is not going to contort the refugee laws. 2. TRANSMOGRIFY (VERB):convert Synonyms: alter, mutate Antonyms: preserve, stagnate Example Sentence: In the play, the actor suddenly transmogrified into a monster. 3. SHODDY (ADJECTIVE):in bad shape Synonyms: inferior,