1.PATOIS (NOUN): jargon
Synonyms: argot, dialect —————> Antonyms: standard, normal
Example Sentence: Most words were understood by teenager, but the gentleman looked confused at some of the words due to the teenager’s patois.
- PRECEPT(NOUN): law
Synonyms: doctrine, axiom —————> Antonyms: lawlessness, disbelief
Example Sentence: Change is the precept of the nature.
- LAX(ADJECTIVE): careless
Synonyms: negligent, derelict —————> Antonyms: strict, careful
Example Sentence: One of the problems is lax security for airport personnel
- MAUL (VERB):Savage
Synonyms: drub, lacerate —————> Antonyms: protect, guard
Example Sentence: A boy was mauled by a lion at Lucknow Zoo.
- CIPHER (NOUN):Nonexistence
Synonyms: nonentity, nobody —————> Antonyms: entity, somebody
Example Sentence: He is worried of his cipher.
- RETROGRADE (ADJECTIVE):Declining
Synonyms: reverting, deteriorating —————> Antonyms: forward, positive
Example Sentence: The company is consistently facing the retrograde growth parameter this year.
- QUEASY (ADJECTIVE):not feeling well
Synonyms: sick, ill —————> Antonyms: comfortable, healthy
Example Sentence: He didn’t want to do any work because he felt queasy.
- MAMMOTH(ADJECTIVE): huge
Synonyms: enormous, gargantuan —————> Antonyms: little, miniature
Example Sentence: A mammoth project will be completed very soon.
Synonyms: clammy, muggy —————> Antonyms: parched, dry
Example Sentence: The kitchen was very dank.
- PAROCHIAL(ADJECTIVE): narrow-minded
Synonyms: petty, limited —————> Antonyms: cosmopolitan, liberal
Example Sentence: A parochial approach is not enough to get success in life.