1.KEEL (VERB): turn over on its side
Synonyms: plunge, overturn —————> Antonyms: ascend, straighten
Example Sentence: It might keel at any minute, we must aware of it.
- COALESCENCE(NOUN): clotting
Synonyms: clump, cluster —————> Antonyms: individual, opening
Example Sentence: By coalescence of the endoderm-layers, the coelenteron may be reduced to vessels.
- INAUGURATION(NOUN): launch
Synonyms: commencement, induction —————> Antonyms: conclusion, adjournment
Example Sentence: The minister inaugurated the programme.
- RESUMPTION (NOUN):restart
Synonyms: revival, resurgence —————> Antonyms: destruction, suppression
Example Sentence: He made an early resumption of peace and talks.
- SIZABLE (ADJECTIVE):fairly large
Synonyms: extensive, hefty —————> Antonyms: tiny, small
Example Sentence: The city earlier had a sizable Jewish population.
- SERMON (NOUN):a talk on a religious subject
Synonyms: lesson, preaching —————> Antonyms: blockage, hindrance
Example Sentence: The spiritual Guru has just finished his sermon.
- WADE (VERB):walk with effort through liquid
Synonyms: paddle, drudge —————> Antonyms: avoid, dodge
Example Sentence: As we wade gingerly across to the other bank, we realize we would be lost without the boys.
- OSTENSIBLY(ADVERB): apparently
Synonyms: evidently, seemingly —————> Antonyms: improbably, unlikely
Example Sentence: Ostensibly, this is being done to make educational facilities available.
- PITHY(ADJECTIVE):vigorously expressive
Synonyms: cogent, concise —————> Antonyms: impotent, lengthy
Example Sentence: None liked his pithy comments.
- PILLAGE(VERB): rob a place using violence
Synonyms: loot, maraud —————> Antonyms: receive, construct
Example Sentence: Those people pillaged the town.