1.VOCIFEROUS (ADJECTIVE): loud and forceful
Synonyms: strident, vehement ————-> Antonyms: quiet, silent
Example Sentence: Until you are not vociferous about your problems, others will not be able to help you.
- OBSESSED(ADJECTIVE): preoccupied
Synonyms: engrossed, bedeviled ————-> Antonyms: disenchanted, unconcerned
Example Sentence: I thought he was obsessed with his brother.
- RHETORIC (NOUN): Persuasive speaking or writing
Synonyms: oratory, composition ————-> Antonyms: quiet, conciseness
Example Sentence: Finally, he admits that rhetoric is not the highest accomplishment.
- DUBIOUS(ADJECTIVE): doubtful
Synonyms: debatable, hesitant ————-> Antonyms: certain, probable
Example Sentence: This is an ill thought out, hastily conceived legislation, exposing the dubious intentions of the party.
- RENDER(VERB): provide (a service)
Synonyms: accomplish, effect ————-> Antonyms: preface, unsettle
Example Sentence: Three separate judgments were rendered.
- ARBITRARY(ADJECTIVE): based on random choice
Synonyms: capricious, erratic ————-> Antonyms: consistent, sensible
Example Sentence: The judges held that the practice was arbitrary.
- VOID(ADJECTIVE): Not valid
Synonyms: barren, deprived ————-> Antonyms: adequate, enough
Example Sentence: This has already been declared void by the society.
- DEPRECATE(VERB): Express disapproval of
Synonyms: disparage, disesteem ————-> Antonyms: approve, praise
Example Sentence: My supervisor did not deprecate my work at all.
- INJUNCTION (NOUN):an authoritative warning or order
Synonyms: instruction, command ————-> Antonyms: allowance, permission
Example Sentence: They granted an injunction against the ragging in colleges.
- MACHINATIONS(NOUN): scheme
Synonyms: conspiracy, ruse ————-> Antonyms: honesty, ignorance
Example Sentence: It is time for us to expose the machinations of the government.