- PLETHORA(NOUN): excess
Synonyms: deluge, plenty Antonyms: scarcity, need
He eagerly accepted the job because it came with a plethora of opportunities.
- SANGUINE (ADJECTIVE):happy
Synonyms: buoyant, cheerful Antonyms: depressed, gloomy
He is a sanguine person in every adverse situation.
- DETERIOUS (ADJECTIVE):harmful
Synonyms: bad, destructive Antonyms: helpful, assisting
Smoking induces deleterious effects to our body.
- OUST (VERB): expel
Synonyms: depose, dethrone Antonyms: welcome, hold
He was ousted from his own house to an old age home.
- CONCEDE (VERB):acknowledge
Synonyms: accept, admit Antonyms: deny, refuse
The police will have to concede to the kidnapper’s demands to free the hostages.
- SUERSEDE(VERB): overrule
Synonyms: annul, repudiate Antonyms: keep, retain
The older models of ACs have now been superseded.
- ASSUAGE (VERB):pacify
Synonyms: mollify, mitigate Antonyms: aggravate, intensify
The victim was assuaged afterwards by the session judge.
- FEROCIOUS (ADJECTIVE): brutal
Synonyms: cruel, harsh Antonyms: gentle, kind
It was a ferocious sight of doom.
- DEBASED (ADJECTIVE): despicable
Synonyms: unsavoury, contemptible Antonyms: reputable, respectable
He is such a debased man that he pounced on her being leader.
- OUTRIGHT (ADJECTIVE): whole
Synonyms: total, gross Antonyms: partial, incomplete
He was paid for an outright service.