- SMATTERING (NOUN): small amount
Synonyms: modicum, smidgen
Antonyms: entirety, whole
Example Sentence: There is a smattering of ice cubes in the glass.
- SMACK (ADVERB): directly
Synonyms: bang , squarely
Antonyms: indirectly, inexactly
Example Sentence: He rode smack up against the side of the hous
- SOUVENIR (NOUN): trophy
Synonyms: relic, momento
Antonyms: forfeit, penalty
Example Sentence: He was awarded a souvenir for his efforts.
- STIMULANT (NOUN): energizer
Synonyms: catalyst, impetus
Antonyms: depressant, deterrent
Example Sentence: Increasing pollution is a major stimulant to Global warming.
- TESTAMENT (NOUN): testimonial
Synonyms: proof ,colloquy
Antonyms: hypothesis, theory
Example Sentence: Increasing likes on YouTube is a testament to the video’s popularity.
- GROUNDS (NOUN): argumentation
Synonyms: assertion, claim
Antonyms: denial, reply
Example Sentence: Lines of grounds was used in the debate when he was about to lose.
- EMBARGO (NOUN): prohibition
Synonyms: ban, resistant
Antonyms: aid, help
Example Sentence: An embargo is imposed on illicit trade.
- UNDAUNTED (ADJECTIVE): fearless
Synonyms: steadfast, indomitable
Antonyms: cowardly, shrinking
Example Sentence: Indira Gandhi was an undaunted lady.
- TINKER (VERB): dabble
Synonyms: mess, putter
Antonyms: break, destroy
Example Sentence: The little boy was tinkering with the violin.
- PROPINQUITY (NOUN): proximity
Synonyms: affinity, kinship
Antonyms: distance, remoteness
Example Sentence: The propinquity of the danger ahead made us turn around and take a different path.