1.DISTORTION (NOUN): deformity
Synonyms: bias, misuse ————> Antonyms: clarity, perfection
Example Sentence: Private tuition is against the backdrop of a distortion that India’s school system must be prepared for.
- LITIGATION (NOUN):lawsuit
Synonyms: prosecution, legal action ————> Antonyms: disputation, lawlessness
Example Sentence: Our company wishes to avoid litigation.
- BACKDROP (ADJECTIVE):background
Synonyms: ground, scene ————> Antonyms: foreground, center
Example Sentence: Against this backdrop, Google appears.
- CONSENSUS (NOUN):general agreement
Synonyms: accord, consent ————> Antonyms: misunderstand, confuse
Example Sentence: The scientists were unable to reach a consensus on the best way to isolate the bacteria.
- EXTRAORDINARY (ADJECTIVE):exceptional
Synonyms: amazing, phenomenal ————> Antonyms: believable, common
Example Sentence: My parents are extraordinary people.
- NUDGE (VERB): a slight push
Synonyms: poke, prod ————> Antonyms: emulate, pull
Example Sentence: He nudged my elbow when he saw his father enter the house.
- BOLSTER (VERB):support
Synonyms: strengthen, boost ————> Antonyms: hinder, undermine
Example Sentence: He bolstered up his claim with new evidence.
- CONUNDRUM (NOUN): problem
Synonyms: difficulty, dilemma ————> Antonyms: solution, key
Example Sentence: The result is a conundrum for the party where there is no clear middle ground.
- FILLIP (NOUN):stimulus
Synonyms: boost, encouragement ————> Antonyms: deterrence, disincentive
Example Sentence: It was just a fillip to my enjoyment as I looked on and off my page alternately.
- ARTICULATE (NOUN): express
Synonyms: communicate, announce ————> Antonyms: inarticulate, mute
Example Sentence: He failed to articulate an overall vision.