- GRUNGY (ADJECTIVE): shabby
Synonyms: filthy, messy
Antonyms: clean, spotless
Example Sentence: Don’t touch this paper with grubby hands.
- AFFLICTIVE (ADJECTIVE): dolesome
Synonyms: dolorific, mournful
Antonyms: cheery, hopeful
Example Sentence: Why are you living such a dolorous life?
- NEXUS (NOUN): link
Synonyms: bond, connection
Antonyms: interruption, exteriority
Example Sentence: There is always a nexus between politicians and police.
- DERIDE (VERB): mock
Synonyms: scoff, ridicule
Antonyms: praise, commend
Example Sentence: He was derided by his colleague for his foolish project.
- CACHET (NOUN): distinctive and stylish elegance
Synonyms: prestige, stature
Antonyms: common, usual
Example Sentence: Amazon has the marketing power and cachet to provide that demo.
- SATIATE (VERB): stuff, satisfy completely or excessively
Synonyms: satisfy, sate
Antonyms: deprive, fast
Example Sentence: There is enough food to satiate the children.
- CENSORSHIP (NOUN): forbiddance
Synonyms: suppression, restriction
Antonyms: endorsement, compliment
Example Sentence: We must criticize weird censorship.
- SUBSTANTIAL (ADJECTIVE): important
Synonyms: significant, considerable
Antonyms: inconsiderable, insignificant
Example Sentence: He made substantial changes in the system.
- PRATTLE (VERB): talk foolishly
Synonyms: jabber, idle chatter
Antonyms: be quiet, be silent
Example Sentence: They have been blabbering with each other since morning.
- INOPPORTUNE (ADJECTIVE): unsuitable
Synonyms: problematic, inconvenient
Antonyms: convenient, appropriate
Example Sentence: The tiger cubs died because of the inopportune surroundings of the zoo.