- MALADY (NOUN): Disease
Synonyms: affliction, ailment
Antonyms: good health, comfort
Example Sentence: Smoking causes severe malady.
- MAUL (VERB): Savage
Synonyms: drub, lacerate
Antonyms: protect, guard
Example Sentence: A human could maul another person with a dagger.
- IMPENDING (ADJECTIVE): approaching
Synonyms: forthcoming, imminent
Antonyms: gone, past
Example Sentence: The emergency alert instructed everyone to prepare for the impending Tsunami.
- PERSECUTE (VERB): Crucify
Synonyms: ill-treat, victimize
Antonyms: console, protect
Example Sentence: His followers were persecuted by the authorities.
- HEINOUS (ADJECTIVE): atrocious
Synonyms: horrifying, monstrous
Antonyms: friendly, delightful
Example Sentence: The sleazy lawyer will represent even the most heinous criminals.
- CAULK (VERB): secure
Synonyms: block, barricade
Antonyms: free, loosen
Example Sentence: The livestock was caulked from the dense fog.
- PERPETRATE (VERB): Be responsible for
Synonyms: carry out, commit
Antonyms: halt, stop
Example Sentence: The young man decided to perpetrate a crime to show his value to the gang leader.
- DROUGHT (NOUN): scarcity
Synonyms: dearth, lack
Antonyms: abundance, excess
Example sentence: There is a drought of food in this village hence leading to malnutrition.
- PESTILENT (ADJECTIVE): troublesome
Synonyms: contagious, deleterious
Antonyms: harmless, innocuous
Example Sentence: The politicians regarded journalists as a whole as a pestilent race.
- UPFRONT (ADJECTIVE): Genuine
Synonyms: instinctive, real
Antonyms: intricate, artificial
Example Sentence: Maneka is an upfront leader.