1.DISCLOSE (VERB): to make known
Synonyms: divulge, expose —————> Antonyms: cover, hide
Example Sentence: You should not disclose your name here.
- REVENGE (NOUN):reaction to a wrong action
Synonyms: vengeance, retribution —————> Antonyms: forgiveness, pardon
Example Sentence: I will surely take revenge for I have suffered.
- HUNCH (NOUN): guess; speculation
Synonyms: guesswork, conjecture —————> Antonyms: certainty, fact
Example Sentence: The commentators had various hunches about the outcome of the next election.
- SUBDUED (ADJECTIVE):controlled
Synonyms: hushed, muted —————> Antonyms: boisterous, communicative
Example Sentence: He was subdued by his boss.
- STAGNATION (NOUN):inactivity
Synonyms: quiescence, stasis —————> Antonyms: boom, blast
Example Sentence: It is hard to bear the stagnation of the economy.
- MOMENTUM (NOUN):push
Synonyms: impulse, strength —————> Antonyms: meekness, weakness
Example Sentence: His efforts gained momentum.
- BANTER (NOUN): fun
Synonyms: chitchat, gossip —————> Antonyms: flattery, praise
Example Sentence: We had a lot of banter in the locker room.
- INVECTIVE (NOUN):verbal abuse
Synonyms: denunciation, tirade —————> Antonyms: exculpation, exoneration
Example Sentence: The invective he faced for his actions were of no effect.
- SNITCH (VERB): reveal
Synonyms: divulge, evince —————> Antonyms: conceal, suppress
Example Sentence: Ravi is going to snitch the secret.
- SURGE (NOUN): growth
Synonyms: deluge, upsurge —————> Antonyms: decline, decrease
Example Sentence: Sudden surge can be seen in dollar in the stock exchange today.