- CURB (NOUN): control
Synonyms: restriction, rein
Antonyms: freedom, encouragement
Example Sentence: Taking a few deep breaths may curb your temper.
- SURREPTITIOUSLY (ADVERB): secretly
Synonyms: covertly, clandestinely
Antonyms: openly, publicly
Example Sentence: It was a surreptitiously printed material.
- CONSTITUTE (VERB): create
Synonyms: establish, compose
Antonyms: destroy, disperse
Example Sentence: The law constituted new mandate.
- BAN (NOUN): prohibition
Synonyms: censorship, embargo
Antonyms: approval, sanction
Example Sentence: He put a ban on eating meat in his house.
- INTENDED (ADJECTIVE): deliberate
Synonyms: intentional, wilful
Antonyms: unfixed, unplanned
Example Sentence: It was an intended joke.
- FURNISH (VERB): provide
Synonyms: dispense, issue
Antonyms: receive, deny
Example Sentence: The ATM furnished the money.
- SLEW (NOUN): abundance
Synonyms: aggregation, bunch
Antonyms: little, need
Example Sentence: There was a slew of currency notes in the bank.
- INOFFENSIVE (ADJECTIVE): harmless
Synonyms: innocuous, pleasant
Antonyms: damaging, malicious
Example Sentence: Your new job is surely inoffensive than the previous one.
- CONCEAL (VERB): hide
Synonyms: cover, lurk
Antonyms: reveal, expose
Example Sentence: Why are you concealing your identity?
- TREATMENT (NOUN): analysis
Synonyms: cure, regimen
Antonyms: disease, harm
Example Sentence: The best treatment is given in this hospital.