1.AUSTERE (ADJECTIVE): severe in manner or appearance; uncompromising; strict; forbidding
Synonyms: stringent, sober ————> Antonyms: flexible , elaborate
Example Sentence: In the past I was very good about working within an austere food budget.
- PRODIGY (NOUN):person or thing that is extraordinary
Synonyms: whiz, wunderkind ————> Antonyms: imbecile, normality
Example Sentence: Maria could play the piano at age 5, so many people considered her to be a prodigy.
- ZEALOT (NOUN):fanatic
Synonyms: die hard, extremist ————> Antonyms: conservative, moderate
Example Sentence: The zealots are offensive to those who believe in humanitarian service.
- PROCLIVITY (NOUN):inclination
Synonyms: predilection, penchant ————> Antonyms: dislike, disinclination
Example Sentence: Some employees are never satisfied because they have proclivity towards complaining.
- RADIANCE (NOUN):brightness
Synonyms: luminescence, brilliance ————> Antonyms: dullness, darkness
Example Sentence: We were surprised by its radiance.
- OBLITERATE (VERB):wipe out
Synonyms: destroy, annihilate ————> Antonyms: construct, create
Example Sentence: The whole village was obliterated by the continued shelling of Pakistani troops.
- AMASS (VERB):collect
Synonyms: garner, compile ————> Antonyms: disperse, divide
Example Sentence: He has no time to do good for others and appears to be more interested in amassing wealth.
- WAN (ADJECTIVE):light
Synonyms: fade, dim ————> Antonyms: clear, bright
Example Sentence: She looked wan and weak after long illness.
- PROLOCUTOR (NOUN):person in charge of proceedings
Synonyms: administrator, chairperson ————> Antonyms: nobody, follower
Example Sentence: He was twice prolocutor of the lower house of convocation for the province of Canterbury
Synonyms: ecstatic, passionate ————> Antonyms: dull, unexcited
Example Sentence: These moments can cause irrational acts or imprint fervent memories on a wanton brain.