1. TRUCE (NOUN): peaceful solution
Synonyms: armistice, accord
Antonyms: disagreement, fight
The fighting has given way to an uneasy truce.
2. ELOQUENT (ADJECTIVE): to speak beautifully or express clearly
Synonyms: effective, articulate Antonyms: introverted, inarticulate
According to me, Mr. Jha is an eloquent spokesman who leads his team simply with his words.
3. QUEASY (ADJECTIVE): not feeling well
Synonyms: sick, ill Antonym: comfortable, healthy
He didn’t want to do any work because he felt queasy.
4. LIVID (ADJECTIVE): upset
Synonyms: somber, gloomy Antonyms: cheerful, happy
I am absolutely livid about it.
5. SERVITUDE (NOUN): slavery
Synonyms: bondage, serfdom Antonyms: mastery, boss
Their lives were spent in servitude.
6. WADE (VERB): plod, often through water
Synonyms: paddle, dabble Antonym: freeze, stop
We had to wade the river and then climb out of the valley.
7. INCANDESCENT (ADJECTIVE): glowing
Synonyms: luminous, shining Antonyms: dark, dim
The light of halogen lamps is slightly more whitish than incandescent lamps.
8. NOSTALGIA (NOUN): remembrance
Synonyms: reminiscence, longing Antonyms: despising, loathing
I felt a wave of nostalgia for the life I had left behind me.
9. OBVERSE (ADJECTIVE): the reverse of a certainty or fact
Synonyms: opposite, unlike Antonym: similar, compatible
True solitude is the obverse of true society.
10. MAJESTIC (ADJECTIVE): displaying impressive grandeur
Synonyms: magnificent, splendid Antonyms: shabby, lowly
King Ashoka was a majestic man with a charismatic persona.