- ETHOS (NOUN): ideology
Synonyms: mentality, mindset
Antonyms: body, physicality
Example Sentence: Many adventurous people live by the ethos of YOLO, you only live once.
- PENITENCY (NOUN):anguish
Synonyms: attrition, contriteness
Antonyms: delight, joyfulness
Example Sentence: The book told of the survivor’s penitency during the kidnapping ordeal.
- LAG (VERB):delay
Synonyms: dally, dawdle
Antonyms: develop, expand
Example Sentence: The president got sick quickly after lunch, so he decided to lag the meeting until 5 p.m.
- GLARINGLY (ADVERB):glitteringly
Synonyms: brilliantly, splendidly
Antonyms: darkly, dully
Example Sentence: The error was glaringly obvious, yet nobody said anything about it.
- TREASURY (NOUN):bank
Synonyms: cache, hoard
Antonyms: debt, credit
Example Sentence: His chief innovation was the introduction of payment from the public treasury for state service.
- UNSCATHED (ADJECTIVE): unharmed
Synonyms: unhurt, uninjured
Antonyms: hurt, harmed
Example Sentence: Somehow, the lone soldier made it across enemy lines unscathed.
- BOGUS (ADJECTIVE):fake
Synonyms: fictitious, counterfeit
Antonyms: actual, factual
Example Sentence: The con artist is currently being sought for selling bogus stock shares for a non-existent company.
- ROTE (NOUN):mechanically
Synonyms: automatically, mindlessly
Antonyms: ignorance, disregard
Example Sentence: An eight year old was able to recite Newton’s laws by rote.
- RAMPANT (ADJECTIVE): uncontrolled
Synonyms: flagrant, prevalent
Antonyms: restrained, controlled
Example Sentence: During the riots, crime was rampant in the streets.
- DOCK (VERB):land on the waterfront
Synonyms: anchor, moor
Antonyms: divide, separate
Example Sentence: The ship docked at Southampton.