- FINIAL (NOUN): highest point
Synonyms: peak, acme
Antonyms: nadir, bottom
Example Sentence: Physics is the finial of scientific knowledge.
- FERVENT (ADJECTIVE): enthusiastic
Synonyms: ardent, earnest
Antonyms: unenthusiastic, indifferent
Example Sentence: She is a fervent listener.
- PERPETUATE (VERB): keep going
Synonyms: sustain, maintain
Antonyms: discontinue, cease
Example Sentence: The confusion was perpetuated through inadvertence.
- GAMBIT (NOUN): plan
Synonyms: plot, trick
Antonyms: honesty, frankness
Example Sentence: Andrew’s resignation was a tactical gambit.
- PORTEND (VERB): predict
Synonyms: presage, foretell
Antonyms: calculate, measure
Example Sentence: The eclipses portend some major events.
- CANDOR (NOUN): directness
Synonyms: frankness, outspokenness
Antonyms: artifice, guile
Example Sentence: He is the man with refreshing candor.
- BLOVIATE (VERB): shout
Synonyms: yell, cry
Antonyms: be quiet, be silent
Example Sentence: She bloviated out of frustration.
- ALOOF (ADJECTIVE): detached
Synonyms: unsympathetic, unresponsive
Antonyms: friendly, compassionate
Example Sentence: The members of the family were courteous but faintly aloof.
- RAPPORT (NOUN): understanding between people
Synonyms: agreeableness, compatibility
Antonyms: incompatibility, discord
Example Sentence: Meghna was able to establish a good rapport with the children.
- INUNDATE (VERB): overflow
Synonyms: pour down on, deluge
Antonyms: insufficiency, need
Example Sentence: The islands may be the first to be inundated as sea levels rise