1. BILIOUS (ADJECTIVE): irritable
Synonyms: irascible, ill-tempered Antonyms: cheerful, happy
Manish becomes bilious if you try to talk to him while he is watching his favorite sport.
2. SOP (VERB): Drench
Synonyms: absorb, douse Antonyms: dehydrate, dry
The duster sopped water.
3. ARDOR (NOUN): Enthusiasm
Synonyms: eagerness, fervor Antonyms: apathy, lethargy
She seems to have lack of ardor while performing.
4. SODDEN (ADJECTIVE): Saturated
Synonyms: soaked, soggy Antonyms: arid, dry
Wheat flour is sodden for a night for making soft sweets.
5. BENISON (NOUN): Blessing
Synonyms: consecration, approbation Antonyms: condemnation, criticism
I noticed the rewards and benisons of marriage.
6. RAFFISH (ADJECTIVE): Disreputable
Synonyms: jaunty, rakish Antonyms: behaved, couth
His raffish image defamed his family everywhere.
7. TURGID (ADJECTIVE): Swollen
Synonyms: puffy, inflated Antonyms: plain, quite
My induction stove has turgid surface.
8. APHASIC (ADJECTIVE): Mute
Synonyms: silent, speechless Antonyms: communicative, vocal
He says nothing as he is an aphasic spectator.
9. DEFALCATE (VERB): Pilfer
Synonyms: filch, loot Antonyms: compensate, reimburse
They witnessed the defalcation of the bank.
10. COALESCING (VERB): Consolidate
Synonyms: integrate, adhere Antonyms: divide, separate
The puddles of cement had coalesced into shallow streams.