- UNWARRANTED (ADJECTIVE) – not reasonable
Synonyms– gratuitous, unconscionable
Antonyms– justifiable, reasonable
Example– The judge criticized the lawyer for his unwarranted accusations against the accused.
- HARMONIC (ADJECTIVE) – harmonious
Synonyms– symphonic, rhythmical
Antonyms– dissonant, cacophonic
Example– The harmonic voice of the singer was suitable for the song.
- COVET (VERB)– desire strongly
Synonyms– crave, fancy
Antonyms– abhor, dislike
Example– Many of us covet success without making efforts.
- BAG (VERB)– catch
Synonyms– nail, acquire
Antonyms– liberate, forfeit
Example– All of us bagged a terrorist in the camp.
- ERADICATE (VERB)– destroy
Synonyms– abolish, annihilate
Antonyms– keep, establish
Example-We eradicated all the barriers on our way.
- OPPRESSION (NOUN)– hardship
Synonyms– domination, despotism
Antonyms– kindness, delight
Example– The oppression faced by us must not stop us from achieving our goals.
- ELIMINATION (NOUN) – removal
Synonyms– destruction, eradication
Antonyms– addition, inclusion
Example– The elimination faced by the people of the earth in the movie “Independence Day” was horrible.
- SUPPRESS (VERB)– restrain
Synonyms– censor, curb
Antonyms– promote, assist
Example– The leader suppressed his unruly teammates.
- PEER (VERB)– scan
Synonyms– gape, gawk
Antonyms– ignore, neglect
Example– He peered at the newcomers.
- GRUMPY (ADJECTIVE)– in a bad mood
Synonyms– cantankerous, crotchety
Antonyms– cheerful, pleasant
Example– The grumpy leader tried to kill his subordinate with the wire of a mouse.