- UNPRECEDENTED (ADJECTIVE): never done or known before
Synonyms: uncommon, peculiar
Antonyms: common, ordinary
Example sentence: I was trapped in an unprecedented situation.
- COALITION (NOUN): alliance
Synonyms: amalgam, combination
Antonyms: disunion, division
Example sentence: Both of them were in a great coalition.
- ELICIT (VERB): bring out
Synonyms: evoke, extract
Antonyms: repress, supress
Example sentence: He elicited the wrong thought all together.
- COBBLE (VERB): assemble
Synonyms: complete, fabricate
Antonyms: demolish, ruin
Example sentence: The kid cobbled the pieces together.
- LADEN (ADJECTIVE): encumbered
Synonyms: burdened, hampered
Antonyms: unloaded, light
Example sentence: He was laden with various tasks.
- AVOIDABLE (ADJECTIVE): preventable
Synonyms: needless, avertible
Antonyms: necessary, needed
Example sentence: This accident was entirely avoidable.
- PITFALLS (NOUN): a hidden danger
Synonyms: difficulty, peril
Antonyms: safety, security
Example sentence: There are several pitfalls of buying goods online.
- MANDATE (NOUN): command
Synonyms: authority, decree
Antonyms: denial, refusal
Example sentence: My grandmother has the mandate to supervise the rest of the family.
- FIZZLE (VERB): abort
Synonyms: misfire, wane
Antonyms: grow, increase
Example sentence: He fizzled the process.
- SWATHE (VERB): cover
Synonyms: wrap, bind
Antonyms: reveal, uncover
Example sentence: His legs were swathed in a sheet.