- RECIDIVISM (NOUN): Lapse
Synonyms: backsliding, decline
Antonyms: ascent, increase
Example Sentence: Recent trends show no recidivism towards the prices of tomatoes.
- BOLSTER (VERB): Help
Synonyms: aid, strengthen
Antonyms: block, halt
Example Sentence: He bolstered his friend in the market.
- ADVENT (NOUN): Onset
Synonyms: arrival, coming
Antonyms: departure, leaving
Example Sentence: The movie became interesting after the advent of Chandrakanta.
- FELICITOUS (ADJECTIVE): Apropos
Synonyms: appropriate, propitious
Antonyms: unsuitable, infelicitous
Example Sentence: She gave me a felicitous amount of bread.
- COHERENCE (NOUN): Agreement
Synonyms: solidarity, congruity
Antonyms: discord, incoherence
Example Sentence: Marriage is a beautiful coherence invisibly signed by both partners.
- INSOLENCE (VERB): Arrogance
Synonyms: audacity, brazenness
Antonyms: modesty, politeness
Example Sentence: I can’t stand your insolence anymore.
- PERSECUTE (VERB): ill treat
Synonyms: maltreat, oppress
Antonyms: please, delight
Example Sentence: That doctor always persecutes the poor patients.
- EXPOUND (VERB): Expatiate
Synonyms: explain, interpret
Antonyms: abbreviate, abridge
Example Sentence: Kindly expound this question once again.
- RECRIMINATIONS (NOUN): Allegation
Synonyms: denunciation, censure
Antonyms: approval, commendation
Example Sentence: It is her tough phase, full of recriminations.
- LIBELOUS (ADJECTIVE): Aspersive
Synonyms: backbiting, calumniatory
Antonyms: complimentary, praising
Example Sentence: I refrain from making libelous remarks over anyone.