1. PROFFER (VERB): suggest

Synonyms: propound, propose

Antonyms: refrain, hold

Example Sentence:I’d proffer to not to go there.


  1. BELLYACHE (NOUN): complaint

Synonyms: grouse, gripe

Antonyms: compliment, flattery

Example Sentence:They had a bellyache regarding his entourage.


  1. LICITNESS (NOUN): legality

Synonyms: authority, legitimacy

Antonyms: unjustice, unfairness

Example Sentence:It includes much licitness into it.


  1. RECONDITE (ADJECTIVE): abstruse

Synonyms: arcane, cabalistic

Antonyms: simple, plain

Example Sentence:To me, my daughter’s foolish actions are recondite and not understandable at all.


  1. FLAIR (NOUN): ability

Synonyms: elegance, knack

Antonyms: inability, stupidity

Example Sentence:He has an immense flair in him.


  1. RUDIMENTARY (NOUN): elemental

Synonyms: elementary, vestigial

Antonyms: complex, difficult

Example Sentence:Education is a rudimentary objective of the meeting.


  1. HUNKER (VERB): crouch

Synonyms: grovel, kneel

Antonyms: face, meet

Example Sentence:He hunkered down before me.


  1. ANARCHY (NOUN): disorder

Synonyms: chaos, unrest

Antonyms: harmony, peace

Example Sentence:He has spreaded out the anarchy.


  1. PROPITIATION (NOUN): conciliation

Synonyms: abatement, placation    

Antonyms: provocation, annoyance

Example Sentence:I lifted his hands in propitiation.


  1. PERPETRATE (VERB): be responsible for

Synonyms:  execute, perform

Antonyms: leave, halt

Example Sentence:A crime has been perpetrated against a sovereign state.