1. PURVIEW (VERB): acumen
Synonyms: awareness, cognizance Antonyms: ignorance, misconception
These kinds of cases should come within the purview of the legislation.
2. PRECOCIOUS (ADJECTIVE): advanced
Synonyms: beforehand, premature Antonyms: stupid, unintelligent
He is a precocious baby.
3. PITHY (ADJECTIVE): cogent
Synonyms: concise, terse Antonyms: lengthy, wordy
She wrote a pithy article.
4. PENURY (NOUN): dearth
Synonyms: insufficiency, poverty Antonyms: affluence, plenty
She has not seen any kind of penury.
5. PERUSAL (NOUN): scrutiny
Synonyms: inspection, survey Antonyms: neglect, ignorance
I want this veggie to be gone through deep perusal.
6. PERQUISITE (NOUN): perk
Synonyms: advantage, bonus Antonyms: disadvantage, loss
She got perquisite along with a handsome salary package.
7. PERJURY (NOUN): falsehood
Synonyms: deception, dishonesty Antonyms: frankness, openness
I don’t believe in perjury.
8. PERPETUAL (ADJECTIVE): continuous
Synonyms: ceaseless, eternal Antonyms: temporary, limited
This is a perpetual phenomenon.
9. PAMPER (VERB): regale
Synonyms: coddle, cosset Antonyms: upset, hurt
You must not excessively pamper this child.
10. PROLIFIC (ADJECTIVE): fruitful
Synonyms: abounding, copious Antonyms: barren, unfruitful
His hard-work gained him prolific results.