1. PROVIDENCE (NOUN): precaution
Synonyms: foresight, prudence
Antonyms: carelessness, carefree
We shall exercise providence in our tasks in order to achieve success in life.
2. RIVET (VERB): engross
Synonyms: involve, employ Antonyms: distract, eject
The teacher must rivet the students in his teachings if he wants to be successful.
3. BOOM (NOUN): loud sound
Synonyms: explosion, bang Antonyms: failure, collapse
They burst crackers in the open which sounded like a boom.
4. LAVISH (ADJECTIVE): profuse
Synonyms: bountiful, plush Antonyms: austere, barren
He had arranged a lavish dinner for all of you to enjoy.
5. DOGFIGHT (NOUN): physical encounter
Synonyms: altercation, duel Antonyms: harmony, agreement
They had a dogfight because of a minor misunderstanding and now they are in jail.
6. SPOIL (VERB): ruin
Synonyms: devastate, debase Antonyms: repair, assist
They are going to spoil your son by pampering him a lot.
7. LOOKOUT (NOUN): guard
Synonyms: sentinel, sentry Antonyms: heedlessness, neglect
We need to place a lookout for the safety of his family.
8. BUMPER (NOUN): safeguard
Synonyms: cushion, shield Antonyms: harmer, attacker
The bumper of the car got damaged in the accident.
9. JUNK (NOUN): garbage
Synonyms: debris, rubble Antonyms: neatness, sterility
He has placed all the junk outside his home.
10. TRIAL (ADJECTIVE): experimental
Synonyms: exploratory, preliminary Antonyms: definite, proven
The trial period of the software is about to get expired.