- GRIM (ADJECTIVE): horrible in manner
Synonyms: stern, horrid
Antonyms: pleasant, comforting
Example Sentence: The grim experience of the film, was devastating for their morale.
- CALLOUSNESS (NOUN): absence of interest
Synonyms: nonchalance, aloofness
Antonyms: compassion, sympathy
Example Sentence: His callousness shows how careful is he.
- CONVENTIONAL (ADJECTIVE): common
Synonyms: typical, regular
Antonyms: irregular, unique
Example Sentence: He is a conventional kid and he loves playing.
- TOIL (VERB): work hard
Synonyms: strive, moil
Antonyms: relax, idle
Example Sentence: You should toil for attaining success in life without losing enthusiasm.
- CONTRAVENE (VERB): go against
Synonyms: defy, negate
Antonyms: endorse, ratify
Example Sentence: We must never contravene our parents.
- SPAWNED (VERB): produce
Synonyms: procreate, hatch
Antonyms: destroy, kill
Example Sentence: We must protect every seed spawned by the farmers of our nation.
- CONTEND (VERB): compete
Synonyms: grapple, skirmish
Antonyms: comply, retreat
Example Sentence: We must contend for the post.
- VALOUR (NOUN): boldness
Synonyms: gallantry, hardihood
Antonyms: irresolution, cowardice
Example Sentence: The qualities of a good combat pilot are “valour” and “quick-thinking”.
- AMBIT (NOUN): extent
Synonyms: bounds, extension
Antonyms: midpoint, spotlight
Example Sentence: The ambit of the bullet was enough to cause harm.
- FATHOM (VERB): measure the depth (of feeling)
Synonyms: comprehend, penetrate
Antonyms: neglect, misinterpret
Example Sentence: It is hard to fathom the pain felt at the death of a child.