1. ELEGANT (ADJECTIVE): beautiful
Synonyms: dignified, fancy
Antonyms: dull, ugly
You look elegant today.
2. ENUNCIATE (VERB): declare
Synonyms: propound, express Antonyms: conceal, suppress
He was always ready to enunciate his views to anyone who would listen.
3. PERSISTENT (ADJECTIVE): constant
Synonyms: continual, endless Antonyms: intermittent, occasional
A persistent effort is required to get success.
4. ENNUI (NOUN): apathy
Synonyms: boredom, fatigue Antonyms: activeness, speed
He suffered from ennui whenever he was alone.
5. ENMESH (VERB): intricate
Synonyms: entangle, involve Antonyms: free, liberate
He tried to enmesh Naimesh but he was fortunate enough to be saved.
6. EVASIVE (ADJECTIVE): deceptive
Synonyms: unclear, ambiguous Antonyms: clear, definite
He was evasive about the circumstances of his first meeting.
7. EVINCE (VERB): manifest
Synonyms: show, display Antonyms: conceal, hide
We shouldn’t evince our weakness to anyone.
8. ESCULENT (ADJECTIVE): edible
Synonyms: palatable, eatable Antonyms: uneatable, indigestible
Esculent plants are those which are suitable for food.
9. EXONERATE (VERB): absolve
Synonyms: exculpate, forgive Antonyms: condemn, punish
The official report exonerated the school of any blame.
10. PERFIDY (NOUN): infidelity
Synonyms: faithlessness, dishonesty Antonyms: honesty, straightforwardness
Can anyone believe perfidy is a quality of a noble man?