- CONTINGENCY (NOUN):eventuality
Synonyms: probability, exigency —————> Antonyms: advantage, certainty
Example Sentence: Vast majority of people live without any safeguard against the normal contingencies of life.
- ERADICATE(VERB): destroy completely
Synonyms: abolish, expunge —————> Antonyms: ratify, construct
Example Sentence: Public investment in social security is critical to eradicate poverty.
- GAUGE(NOUN): measure
Synonyms: criterion, exemplar —————> Antonyms: extreme, estimate
Example Sentence: The researchers study the inter-state migration to gauge the effect of tax.
- LITIGANT(NOUN): a person involved in lawsuit
Synonyms: prisoner, suspect —————> Antonyms: detective, badge
Example Sentence: It is trite to say that the government is the biggest litigant in the country.
- DITHER(VERB):be indecisive
Synonyms: stammer, limp —————> Antonyms: persist, continue
Example Sentence: The government dithered in enacting legislation.
- COERCE(VERB): persuade to do something by using force
Synonyms: intimidate, repress —————> Antonyms: allow, encourage
Example Sentence: Citizens were coerced into parting with private information.
- INVASIVE(ADJECTIVE): tending to spread very quickly and undesirably
Synonyms: interfering, prying —————> Antonyms: backward, reserved
Example Sentence: Enormously invasive powers to the state are required here.
- GORE(VERB): pierce with horn or tusk
Synonyms: carnage, slaughter —————> Antonyms: birth, create
Example Sentence: A spectator was gored to death by a bull.
- VERSATILE(ADJECTIVE):able to adapt different functions
Synonyms: skilled, conversant —————> Antonyms: inept, inflexible
Example Sentence: He is an amazing and versatile personality.
- CONSOLATION(NOUN): solace
Synonyms: compassion, assuagement —————> Antonyms: agitation, annoyance
Example Sentence: They have provided some consolation to the family.