- INEQUITY (NOUN):unfairness
Synonyms: injustice, partiality ————> Antonyms: equity, fairness
Example Sentence: We are not doing inequity with the employees.
- DEVASTATING(ADJECTIVE): highly destructive or damaging
Synonyms: calamitous, disastrous ————> Antonyms: blessed, fortunate
Example Sentence: The devastating effects of these civil wars were most disastrous to the trade.
- EXPLOITATION(NOUN): misuse
Synonyms: ill-treatment, wringing ————> Antonyms: hospitable, generous
Example Sentence: It was an exploitation of the patented invention.
- RENEGE (VERB):go back on a promise
Synonyms: reverse, welsh ————> Antonyms: correction, accuracy
Example Sentence: People have reneged on a core promise laid out in the preamble of the constitution.
- STIGMATISE (VERB):disgrace
Synonyms: defame, denounce ————> Antonyms: exalt, praise
Example Sentence: This action will stigmatise a set of citizens for their poverty.
- REPLETE (ADJECTIVE):filled or well supplied with something
Synonyms: awash, rife ————> Antonyms: empty, unfilled
Example Sentence: History is replete with odious instances of countries that have differentiated between citizens in the past.
- THRIVE (VERB):prosper
Synonyms: flourish, bloom ————> Antonyms: cease, decrease
Example Sentence: It appears to believe that English can’t thrive as long as French survives.
- MAGNANIMOUS(ADJECTIVE): generous
Synonyms: altruistic, charitable ————> Antonyms: mean, selfish
Example Sentence: The panel is more magnanimous than Article 120(2).
Synonyms: noticeable, credible ————> Antonyms: ambiguous, doubtful
Example Sentence: The committee’s fervour is palpable in every recommendation.
- STRIVE(VERB): make great efforts to achieve something
Synonyms: aim, attempt ————> Antonyms: neglect, dissuade
Example Sentence: They strive to make their respective languages prominent in governance and education.