VOCAB OF THE DAY

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VOCABULARY

  1. SPEARHEAD (VERB): lead

Synonyms: initiate, launch

Antonyms: end, finish

Example Sentence: He spearheaded the meeting well.

 

  1. STIPULATION (NOUN): clause

Synonyms: obligation, precondition

Antonyms: request, implication

Example Sentence: I shall do it only on one stipulation.

 

  1. VORACIOUS (ADJECTIVE): avid

Synonyms: insatiable, prodigious

Antonyms: satisfied, quenched

Example Sentence: I replied to his voracious questions.

 

  1. PAGEANT (NOUN): show

Synonyms: extravaganza, parade

Antonyms: hiding, disguise

Example Sentence: I enjoyed that pageant.

 

  1. EMANCIPATE (VERB): release

Synonyms: discharge, liberate

Antonyms: confine, hold

Example Sentence: I emancipated him for good.

 

  1. FETTER (VERB): tie up

Synonyms: bind, chain

Antonyms: allow, assist

Example Sentence: The police fettered up the criminal.

 

  1. FETID (ADJECTIVE): noxious

Synonyms: putrid, foul

Antonyms: aromatic, good

Example Sentence: The space along the room was filled with fetid smell.

 

  1. SLUMP (VERB): collapse

Synonyms: crash, dip

Antonyms: ascent, increase

Example Sentence: The share market slumped suddenly.

 

  1. DISSEMINATE (VERB): advertise

Synonyms: circulate, disperse

Antonyms: conceal, hide

Example Sentence: They disseminate their new video channel.

 

  1. CONCEDE (VERB): acknowledge

Synonyms: accept, admit

Antonyms: defend, deny

Example Sentence: He conceded my idea of success.