- BYGONE (ADJECTIVE): in the past
Synonyms: former, ancient
Antonyms: alive, modern
Example Sentence:It was his bygone statement.
- BALK (VERB): hesitate
Synonyms: resist, shirk
Antonyms: accept, face
Example Sentence:He balked at such a drastic solution.
- AVID (ADJECTIVE): ardent
Synonyms: eager, fervent
Antonyms: apathetic, cold
Example Sentence:Siddharth is an avid man.
- BUTTRESS (VERB): support
Synonyms: strengthen, uphold
Antonyms: weaken, letdown
Example Sentence:This pillar can buttress this wall.
- CANONICAL (ADJECTIVE): accepted
Synonyms: lawful, legal
Antonyms: unacceptable, unauthorized
Example Sentence:It is a canonical truth.
- CASTIGATE (VERB): berate
Synonyms: chastise, criticize
Antonyms: praise, laud
Example Sentence:She was castigated by the teacher.
- BURGEON (VERB): prosper
Synonyms: sprout, blossom
Antonyms: fade, diminish
Example Sentence:You will burgeon day after day.
- BENIGN (ADJECTIVE): kindly
Synonyms: favorable, friendly
Antonyms: unkind, unfriendly
Example Sentence:She like her benign presence at the party.
- BOGUS (ADJECTIVE): counterfeit
Synonyms: fake, forged
Antonyms: real, honest
Example Sentence:She is a bogus person.
- BOOR (NOUN): clod
Synonyms: barbarian, brute
Antonyms: charmer, enthusiast
Example Sentence:Why do act as a boor?