- MURKY (ADJECTIVE): obscure
Synonyms: cloudy, dark
Antonyms: bright, apparent
Example Sentence: The plane crashed due to murky weather.
- PAROXYSM (NOUN): outburst
Synonyms: seizure, spasm
Antonyms: peace, calm
Example Sentence: She overcome a paroxysm of grief.
- CHOLERIC (ADJECTIVE): irritable
Synonyms: peevish, irascible
Antonyms: happy, pleasant
Example Sentence: He was beaten by a choleric old schoolmaster.
- MARSHAL (VERB): organize
Synonyms: assemble, mobilize
Antonyms: disperse, disarrange
Example Sentence: The government marshalled its economic resources.
- OCCULT (NOUN): supernatural practices and techniques
Synonyms: magic, mystic
Antonyms: open, clear
Example Sentence:He has made a study of witches and the occult.
- PREEMPT (VERB): To acquire or take
Synonyms: confiscate, annex
Antonyms: relinquish, surrender
Example Sentence: I’ve preempted the next compartment.
- ASPERITY (NOUN): the quality of being hard
Synonyms: harshness, acerbity
Antonyms: sweetness, courtesy
Example Sentence: “I told you he had no idea” she remarked with some asperity.
- BEATITUDE (NOUN): a state of supreme happiness
Synonyms: bliss, ecstasy
Antonyms: sorrow, misery
Example Sentence: After qualifying the IBPS PO examination, she was in a state of beatitude.
- CAPRICIOUS (ADJECTIVE): changeable
Synonyms: erratic, fickle
Antonyms: constant, predictable
Example Sentence: She may change her mind, she’s very capricious.
- DENOUEMENT (NOUN): the outcome of a complex sequence of events
Synonyms: conclusion, result
Antonyms: beginning, opening
Example Sentence: The unexpected denouement of the affair was surprising for all.