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English Language : Antonyms & Synonyms

 English Language : Antonyms & Synonyms

:: Synonyms ::

A
  • Abandon : Leave, forsake.
  • Abridge : Shorten, curtail.
  • Abundant : Plentiful.
B
  • Behaviour : Demeanour.
  • Bias : Predilection.
  • Brutal : Savage, cruel.
C
  • Callous : Hard, cruel.
  • Calm : Quiet, tranquil.
  • Casual : Uncertain.
D
  • Damage : Loss, harm, injury.
  • Decorate : Adron, embellish.
  • Deformity : Malformation, disfigurement.
E
  • Earnest : Serious, solemn.
  • Emergency : Exigency.
  • Exceptional : Unusual, rare.
F
  • False : Untrue, spurious.
  • Fascinate : Charm, enchant.
  • Ferocious : Fierce, savage.
G
  • Geniune : Real.
  • Gigantic : Colossal, great.
  • Guilt : Sin, crime.
H
  • Haughty : Arrogant, proud.
  • Hazardous : Dangerous, risky, perilous.
  • Humility : Modesty, politeness.
I
  • Illiterate : Unlearned, ignorant.
  • Imperious : Authoritative, dictatorial.
  • Impertinent : Impudent, insolent, shameless.
J
  • Jolly : Jovial, merry.
  • Judicious : Discreet, prudent.
K
  • Knavery : Fraud.
L
  • Laborious : Assiduous, industrious.
  • Lament : Grieve, mourn.
  • Lethargy : Sluggishness.
M
  • Magnificent : Splendid, grand.
  • Marvellous : Wonderful.
  • Meagre : Small.
N
  • Nice : Pleasant, agreeable.
  • Notable : Remarkable, memorable.
  • Notorious : Infamous.
O
  • Obliterate : Destory, efface.
  • Obsolete : Antiquated.
  • Opportune : Timely.
P
  • Pensive : Thoughtful.
  • Perennial : Permanent, perpetual.
  • Persuade : Induce, urge.
Q
  • Quaint : Queer, odd, singular.
  • Queer : Strange, odd.
  • Questionable : Doubtful.
R
  • Radiant : Bright, brilliant.
  • Refined : Elegant.
  • Rejoice : Delight.
S
  • Sacred : Holy, consecrated, pious.
  • Satiate : Satisfy.
  • Scanty : Slender, meagre.
T
  • Talkative : Garrulous.
  • Temperate : Moderate.
  • Thankful : Grateful, obliged.
U
  • Ugly : Repulsive.
  • Urbane : Polite, courteous, suave.
  • Urge : Press, incite.
V
  • Vacillatge : Waver
  • Venerable : Respectable.
  • Vigilance : Watchfulness.
W
  • Wealthy : Rich.
  • Wickedness : Evil.
  • Wild : Savage.
Y
  • Yield : Surrender
  • Yielding : Submissive.
Z
  • Zeal : Passion.
  • Zenith : Top, summit.

:: Antonyms ::

A
Ability : Disability.
Accept : Reject, refuse.
Acquit : Convict.
B
Barbarous : Civilized.
Barren : Fertile.
Base : Noble.
C
Callous : Soft, tender.
Care : Neglect.
Censure : Praise, applaud.
D
Danger : Safety.
Deep : Shallow.
Delight : Despleasure, sorrow.
E
Early : Late.
Elevation : Depression.
Emancipate : Enslave.
F
Fabulous : Actual, real.
Failure : Success.
Fickle : Constant.
G
Gain : Loss.
Genuine : False.
Gloomy : Gay.
H
Happiness : Sorrow, sadness.
Help : Hinder.
Honour : Dishonour, shame.
I
Imperative : Optional.
Increase : Decrease.
Inhale : Exhale.
J
Joyful : Sad, depressed.
Junior : Senior.
Justice : Injustice.
K
Kind : Cruel.
Knowledge : Ignorance.
L
Lack : Plenty.
Legal : Illegal.
Legible : Illegible.
M
Mad : Sane.
Malice : Goodwill.
Master : Servant.
N
Natural : Artificial.
Noble : Base, Ignoble.
Normal : Abnormal.
O
Obstinate : Yielding.
Offensive : Pleasing, defensive.
Optional : Compulsory.
P
Part (n) : Yielding.
Part (v) : Join.
Particular : General.
Q
Quick : Slow, tardy.
R
Raise : Lower.
Rash : Steady, cautious.
Rear : Front.
S
Sacred : Unholy, profane.
Satisfaction : Dissatisfaction.
Scanty : Plentiful.
T
Tedious : Lively.
Temperate : Intemperate.
Thankful : Thankless.
U
Ugly : Beautiful.
Union : Disunion, discord, split.
Urban : Rural.
V
Vain : Modest.
Violent : Gentle.
Virtue : Vice.
W
Wane : Wax
Want : Abundance.
War : Peace.
Y
Yield : Resist.
Youth : Age.
Z
Zeal : Indifference.
Zenith : Nadir.

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