- DEMAGOGUE (NOUN): Agitating person
Synonyms: firebrand, agitator
Antonyms: calm person, beloved person
Example Sentence: Last night I was in a discussion with a demagogue.
- BESMIRCH (VERB): Taint
Synonyms: dishonour, slander
Antonyms: honour, praise
Example Sentence: He was trying to besmirch his friend’s image.
- FECKLESS (ADJECTIVE): Aimless
Synonyms: carefree, careless
Antonyms: competent, effectual
Example Sentence: Don’t act like a feckless person.
- DENIGRATE (VERB): Defame
Synonyms: calumniate, malign
Antonyms: extol, eulogize
Example Sentence: He was unintentionally denigrating the persona of his own friend.
- DEMONIAC (NOUN): Person who is crazy
Synonyms: maniac, lunatic
Antonyms: sane, wise
Example Sentence: Don’t talk to that demoniac.
- EXPOSTULATE (VERB): Dissuade
Synonyms: argue, oppose
Antonyms: accede, agree
Example Sentence: Don’t try to expostulate my idea I said.
- ONTOGENY (NOUN): Growth
Synonyms: advancement, evolution
Antonyms: decline, decrease
Example Sentence: I like the way this government has led his countrymen on the path of ontogeny.
- SOMNOLENT (ADJECTIVE): Sleepy
Synonyms: asleep, drowsy
Antonyms: attentive, awake
Example Sentence: He looks like a somnolent.
- QUEASY (ADJECTIVE): Not feeling well
Synonyms: sick, ill
Antonyms: comfortable, healthy
Example Sentence: Today I am feeling bit queasy.
- WADE (VERB): Plod, often through water
Synonyms: paddle, dabble
Antonyms: freeze, stop
Example Sentence: The buffalos were wading in the pond.