- PUNGENT (ADJECTIVE):highly flavored
Synonyms: bitter, aromatic ———–> Antonyms: blah, calm
Example Sentence: Pungent smell of this perfume.
- SOOTHE (VERB):calm
Synonyms: allay, appease ———–> Antonyms: aggravate, agitate
Example Sentence: He tried his best to soothe his wife.
- DULCIFY (VERB): pacify
Synonyms: assuage, curb ———–> Antonyms: incite, irritate
Example Sentence: He dulcified his hunger by eating apple.
- EBULLIENT (ADJECTIVE): enthusiastic
Synonyms: brash, chipper ———–> Antonyms: depressed, down
Example Sentence: Ebullient wolf made everyone tensed.
- EFFERVESCENT (ADJECTIVE):fizzing
Synonyms: bubbly, airy ———–> Antonyms: inactive, flat
Example Sentence: Effervescent sight of this lake can make you crazy.
- LUSCIOUS (ADJECTIVE): delicious
Synonyms: juicy, lush ———–> Antonyms: austere, bland
Example Sentence: She cooks luscious food.
- SAVORY (ADJECTIVE):pleasing
Synonyms: aromatic, fragrant ———–> Antonyms: stinking, sour
Example Sentence: His savory attitude will help him to get promotion.
- MELLOW (ADJECTIVE):ripe
Synonyms: delicate, soft ———–> Antonyms: harsh, healthy
Example Sentence: She was staring at the mellow evening sky.
- DWINDLE (VERB):waste away
Synonyms: abate, decay ———–> Antonyms: develop, enhance
Example Sentence: Water the plant otherwise it will dwindle very soon.
- SHRINK (VERB):become smaller
Synonyms: decrease, diminish ———–> Antonyms: enlarge, extend
Example Sentence: I saw a virus through microscope, it was shrinking.