“The Knowledge Library”

Knowledge for All, without Barriers…

An Initiative by: Kausik Chakraborty.

“The Knowledge Library”

Knowledge for All, without Barriers……….
An Initiative by: Kausik Chakraborty.

The Knowledge Library


  1. ABSOLVE (VERB): acquit

Synonyms: exempt, exonerate          

Antonyms: condemn, convict

Example Sentence: 

The criminal was absolved by the court.

  1. ADHERENT (NOUN):supporter

Synonyms: backerdevotee                    

Antonyms: antagonist, non believer

Example Sentence:

He is an adherent of theism.

  1. AFFRONT (NOUN): insult

Synonyms: indignity, provocation              

Antonyms: praise, complement 

Example Sentence:

I found this statement as an affront.

  1. AVIDITY (NOUN): alertness

Synonyms: alacrity, briskness      

Antonyms: indifference, dullness

Example Sentence: 

You should do it with some avidity.

  1. ALLEVIATE (VERB):allay

Synonyms: assuage, ease               

Antonyms: worsen, intensify

Example Sentence: 

Maya couldn’t prevent her pain, only alleviate it.

  1. AWKWARD (ADJECTIVE): clumsy

Synonyms: rude, stiff                     

Antonyms: adroit, artful

Example Sentence:

I found his saying quite awkward.

  1. APPARENT (ADJECTIVE):possible 

Synonyms: probable, supposed                    

Antonyms: doubtful, dubious

Example Sentence: 

I see this is an apparent reason for this disaster.

  1. ALLURE (NOUN): attraction

Synonyms: charisma, charm                     

Antonyms: repulsion, loathing

Example Sentence:

The hungry child could not resist the allure of the food.


Synonyms: fruitlessfutile              

Antonyms: fruitful, productive

Example Sentence: 

He made an abortive attempt this time.

  1. ABOMINABLE (ADJECTIVE): abhorrent

Synonyms: atrocious, awful             

Antonyms: pleasing, desirous

Example Sentence: 

His works made him abominable person.

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