VOCAB OF THE DAY

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  1. SOLITARY (ADJECTIVE): alone

Synonyms: lonely, aloof

Antonyms: together, sociable

Example Sentence: Tigers are rumored to be solitary animals.

  1. KEEN (ADJECTIVE): interested

Synonyms: anxious, avid

Antonyms: unconcerned, dispassionate

Example Sentence: Employees must be keen to learn new skills that they can use for their organization,

  1. PIT (VERB): oppose

Synonyms: counter, disagree

Antonym: agree, support

Example Sentence: We should always pit injustice.

  1. INDIFFERENT (ADJECTIVE): uninterested

Synonyms: aloof, callous

Antonyms: compassionate, concerned

Example Sentence:The indifferent sages showed no concern as the mountain blew up as a volcano.

  1. PILE (NOUN): heap

Synonyms: accumulation, stockpile

Antonyms: scarcity, deficiency

Example Sentence: He owns a big pile of money.

  1. IMMOBILE (ADJECTIVE): immovable

Synonyms: stagnant, static

Antonym: mobile, unfixed

Example Sentence:The immobile tree couldn’t be moved even with all our technology.

  1. HEIRESS (NOUN): person who gains a large amount of wealth

Synonyms: inheritor, possessor

Antonyms: payer, donator

Example Sentence: She is a kind hearted heiress.

  1. IMPASSIONED (ADJECTIVE): excited

Synonyms: intense, passionate

Antonyms: unexcited, impassive

Example Sentence: The impassioned artist was extremely successful.

  1. POACH (VERB): trespass

Synonyms: smuggle, encroach

Antonyms: stay away, keep off

Example sentence: They paid the price for poaching.

  1. SIMPER (VERB): smile coyly

Synonyms: sneer, smirk

Antonyms: frown, growl

Example Sentence: “I hope I see you well, Miss Florence,” she simpered.