1.COMMEMORATE (VERB): recall or show respect for
Synonyms: memorize, celebrate ————> Antonyms: ignore, neglect
Example Sentence: All players will receive a championship ring to commemorate the team’s amazing season.
- UNPRECEDENTED(ADJECTIVE): never done or known before
Synonyms: bizarre, unique ————> Antonyms: common, familiar
Example Sentence: Before the storm, there was an unprecedented demand for food supplies that left many stores empty
- FLUX(NOUN): the action or process of flowing
Synonyms: alteration, flow ————> Antonyms: constancy, stagnation
Example Sentence: I never know how much I’ll pay for a gallon of fuel because gas prices are always in flux.
- DISILLUSIONMENT (NOUN):disappointment from unexpected occurrence
Synonyms: adversity, chagrin ————> Antonyms: achievement, pleasure
Example Sentence: There has been a sense of disillusionment on both sides about the present state of play in the relationship.
- CANDID (ADJECTIVE):truthful, straightforward
Synonyms: impartial, equitable ————> Antonyms: biased, devious
Example Sentence: Prevention from having candid conversations is required.
- CREVICE (NOUN):a crack
Synonyms: chink, fissure ————> Antonyms: agreement, closure
Example Sentence: The Hawks bill feeds on sponges in the reef ecosystem and opens up crevices for other marine life to live in.
- LACKLUSTER (ADJECTIVE):lacking in force
Synonyms: blah, muted ————> Antonyms: bright, shiny
Example Sentence: The new product achieved lackluster sales.
- GAZE(NOUN): a steady intent look
Synonyms: peep, glaring ————> Antonyms: ignorance, avoidance
Example Sentence: The policeman gave me a penetrating gaze.
- TEMPTATION(NOUN):the desire to do something wrong or attract
Synonyms: decoy, seduction ————> Antonyms: hatred, prevention
Example Sentence: He was under no temptation to commit suicide.
- ENTANGLE(VERB): cause to become twisted together
Synonyms: entrap, bewilder ————> Antonyms: enlighten, exclude
Example Sentence: They might entangle Austria in a war with Russia.