1.INEVITABLY (ADVERB): certain to happen
Synonyms: necessarily, surely ————> Antonyms: unnecessarily, questionably
Example Sentence: These legislators are liable for disqualification will inevitably invite legal scrutiny.
- MALICE(NOUN): desire to harm someone
Synonyms: animosity, antipathy ————> Antonyms: morality, respect
Example Sentence: Regardless of the charge of political malice, the correctness of the EC’s decision will be decided on legal grounds.
- CONTEND(VERB): struggle to difficulty
Synonyms: argue, resist ————> Antonyms: agree, abandon
Example Sentence: The posts, he contended was offices of profit.
- REMUNERATION (NOUN):money paid for work or a service
Synonyms: pay, wage ————> Antonyms: debt, penalty
Example Sentence: The parliamentary secretaries would not be eligible for any remuneration or perquisites.
- PECUNIARY (ADJECTIVE):financial, economic
Synonyms: monetary, budgeting ————> Antonyms: expensive, costly
Example Sentence: The posts that are capable of yielding pecuniary gains would be office of profit.
- ASSENT (NOUN):approval
Synonyms: acceptance, consent ————> Antonyms: denial, dissent
Example Sentence: The President withheld assent to a law it passed without the LG’s nod.
- CONTENTIOUS (adjective):controversial
Synonyms: combative, antagonistic ————> Antonyms: agreeable, fair
Example Sentence: There is a contentious element in the National Medical Commission Bill 2017.
- PAUCITY(NOUN): insufficient quantity
Synonyms: deficiency, dearth ————> Antonyms: sufficiency, affluence
Example Sentence: The problem occurs due to the paucity of MBBS doctors.
Synonyms: biased, unequal ————> Antonyms: impartial, fair
Example Sentence: Increasing burden of chronic diseases make health care inequitable.
- OSTENSIBLY(ADVERB): apparently
Synonyms: evidently, officially ————> Antonyms: obscurely, improbably
Example Sentence: Ostensibly the main objective of the report was to make a case for a better payroll reporting system in the country.