- EXCISION (NOUN): cutting
Synonyms: ablation, extirpation Antonyms: addition, insertion
The excision of the weed plant was successfully done.
- EXCRUCIATING (ADJECTIVE): torturous
Synonyms: agonizing, grueling Antonyms: calm, mild
This is an excruciating task.
- ETHOS (NOUN): ideology
Synonyms: mentality, mindset Antonyms: body, physicality
He abides by his ethos.
- EXPANSIVE(ADJECTIVE): broad
Synonyms: extensive, inclusive Antonyms: narrow, reserved
This is an expansive project.
- FACILE(ADJECTIVE): easy
Synonyms: effortless, glib Antonyms: arduous, confusing
She likes doing facile things.
- ENERVATE(ADJECTIVE): tire
Synonyms: debilitate, exhaust Antonyms: energize, strengthen
He was enervated by the mettlesome picnic.
- EXALT (VERB):extol
Synonyms: glorify, laud Antonyms: blame, castigate
He exalted about his achievements yesterday.
- EXIGUOUS (ADJECTIVE):scanty
Synonyms: bare, little Antonyms: large, plenty
She poured an exiguous amount of dry yeast.
- ENFEEBLE (VERB):make very weak
Synonyms: cripple, blunt Antonyms: invigorate, energize
This acid enfeebled the whole chemical reaction.
- VICARIOUS(ADJECTIVE): done or felt for
Synonyms: delegated, deputed Antonyms: compressed, insipid
John experienced vicarious pain as his wife’s leg is fractured.