- STASH (NOUN): Hoard
Synonyms: cache, inventory
Antonyms: debt, lack
Example Sentence:-Ranvijay came back to rescue his little hoard of gold.
- STILTED (ADJECTIVE): Artificial
Synonyms: pretentious, pompous
Antonyms: genuine, honest
Example Sentence:-I hate his stilted smile.
- SERRATED (ADJECTIVE): Jagged
Synonyms: indented, notched
Antonyms: smooth, flat
Example Sentence:-Bread knives should have a serrated edge.
- SCURVY (ADJECTIVE): Dirty
Synonyms: abject, base
Antonyms: excellent, valuable
Example Sentence:-Why do you always want to play scurvy tricks on your friends?
- SNIDE (ADJECTIVE): Derogatory
Synonyms: disparaging, sneering
Antonyms: gentle, kind
Example Sentence:-How dare you make snide remarks on my brother?
- TABOO (ADJECTIVE): Banned
Synonyms: prohibited, forbidden
Antonyms: acceptable, allowed
Example Sentence:-Speaking Hindi is taboo in her college.
- SUBDUE (VERB): conquer
Synonyms: overcome, overpower
Antonyms: encourage, strengthen
Example Sentence:-Ashoka subdued many states one after another.
- SHRILL (ADJECTIVE): High pitched
Synonyms: deafening, discordant
Antonyms: mild, soft
Example Sentence:-The shrill noise of horns irritates me a lot.
- COMATOSE (ADJECTIVE): unconsciousness
Synonyms: senseless, dopey
Antonyms: conscious, alert
Example Sentence:-The left side of my brain had been so severely bruised that I was comatose for a month.
- CRYPTIC (ADJECTIVE): Ambiguous
Synonyms: arcane, enigmatic
Antonyms: certain, definite
Example Sentence:-I don’t understand the cryptic tone of a narrator.