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200 Important Synonyms

Synonyms are a vital part of NDA exam and this list will help you a lot.. We will post more Synonyms soon. 

1. INTREPID - resolutely fearless; dauntless - FEARLESS

2. ABROGATE - repeal or do away with (a law, right, or formal agreement) - REPEAL

3. DEFERENCE - polite submission and respect - RESPECT 

4. COVENANT - agree by lease, deed, or other legal contracts - CONTRACT

5. OBNOXIOUS - extremely unpleasant - DISGUSTING

6. PROLIFERATE- increase rapidly in number; multiply/cause (cells, tissue,

structures, etc.) to reproduce rapidly - REPRODUCE 

7. PARADOX - a seemingly absurd or contradictory statement or proposition
which when investigated may prove to be well founded or true - PUZZLE

8. COLOSSAL - extremely large or great - ENORMOUS

9. INCEPTION - the establishment or starting point of an institution or 
activity - ORIGIN 

10. GRANDEUR - splendour and impressiveness, especially of appearance or style - MAGNIFICENCE

11. TRAMP - a person who travels from place to place on foot in search of work or as a vagrant or beggar - WANDERED

12. CONSIGNEE - the person or company to whom goods or documents are officially sent or delivered - NOMINEE

13. INFATUATION - an intense but short-lived passion or admiration for someone or something - PASSION

14. BEAUTIFUL - pleasing the senses or mind aesthetically - HANDSOME

15. MOMENTOUS - of great importance or significance, especially in having a bearing on future events -
IMPORTANT

16. QUIVER - tremble or shake with a slight rapid motion / a slight trembling movement or sound, especially one caused by a sudden strong emotion - TREMBLE

17. ADULATION - excessive admiration or praise - FLATTERY

18. CONTEMPLATION - the action of looking thoughtfully at something for a long time - MEDITATION

19. DILIGENT - having or showing care and conscientiousness in one's work or duties - INDUSTRIOUS

20. CENSURE - express severe disapproval of (someone or something), especially in a formal statement - CRITICIZE

21. FATAL - causing death - DEADLY

22. DOLEFUL - expressing sorrow; mournful - MOURNFUL 

23. GRUFF - rough and low in pitch - ROUGH

24. FIDELITY - faithfulness to a person, cause, or belief, demonstrated by continuing loyalty and support -
LOYALTY 

25. INFRUCTUOUS - fruitless, unprofitable - FRUITLESS 

26. GARNISH - decorate or embellish (something, especially food) - ADORN 

27. MENTOR - an experienced and trusted adviser - GUIDE 

28. SUPERSTITIOUS - having or showing a belief in superstitions (a widely held but irrational belief in supernatural influences, especially as leading to good or bad luck, or a practice based on such a belief) - IRRATIONAL

29. RAVAGE - cause severe and extensive damage to / the destructive effects of something - DEMOLISH 

30. SUCCESSIVE - following one another or following others - CONSECUTIVE 

31. ABROGATE - repeal or do away with (a law, right, or formal agreement) - ABOLISH

32. DELINEATE - describe or portray (something) precisely - EXPLAIN 

33. MENACE - a person or thing that is likely to cause harm; a threat or danger.  - THREAT

34. OCCULT - mystical, supernatural, or magical powers, practices, or phenomena. - SUPERNATURAL

35. VINDICATE - clear (someone) of blame or suspicion - JUSTIFY 

36. BENEVOLENCE - the quality of being well meaning - KINDNESS

37. PANACEA - a solution or remedy for all difficulties or diseases - CURE ALL 

38. PRUDENT - acting with or showing care and thought for the future - CAUTIOUS

39. AMICABLE - characterized by friendliness and absence of discord - FRIENDLY

40. IRREVERENCE - a lack of respect for people or things that are generally taken seriously - DISRESPECT

41. CEREMONIAL - conferring or involving only nominal authority or power -  FORMAL 

42. PROPITIATE - win or regain the favour of (a god, spirit, or person) by doing something that pleases them - APPEASE

43. CAPITULATE - cease to resist an opponent or an unwelcome demand;  yield. - SURRENDER

44. ESTRANGED - cause (someone) to be no longer on friendly terms with someone - SEPARATED

45. ERRONEOUSLY – IN A WRONG / INCORRECT WAY - WRONGLY

46. RESTIVE - unable to remain still, silent, or submissive, especially because of boredom or dissatisfaction - RESTLESS 

47. NOMADIC - living the life of a nomad (a member of a community of people who live in different locations, moving from one place to another) - WANDERING

48. DEROGATORY - showing a critical or disrespectful attitude - DISPARAGING

49. PREMONITION - a strong feeling that something is about to happen, especially something unpleasant - FOREWARNING

50. ELUDE - escape from or avoid (a danger, enemy, or pursuer), typically in a skilful or cunning way - ESCAPE

51. FLUTTER – to move lightly or quickly - FLOAT 

52. PRIORITY - the fact or condition of being regarded or treated as more important than others - PRECEDENCE

53. DUPLICATION - the action or process of duplicating something. - COPYING

54. DILATE - make or become wider, larger, or more open - WIDEN 

55. OBSESSION - an idea or thought that continually preoccupies or intrudes on a person's mind - PRE-OCCUPATION
 

56. ITINERANT - a person who travels from place to place - TRAVELLING FROM PLACE TO PLACE

57. CONVICT - declare (someone) to be guilty of a criminal offence by the verdict of a jury or the decision of a judge in a court of law - CRIMINAL 

58. OSTENTATION - the pretentious or showy display of wealth and luxury, designed to impress - POMP

59. SELECTION - the action or fact of carefully choosing someone or something as being the best or most
suitable - PREFERENCE

60. TORPID - mentally or physically inactive - INACTIVE

61. SURMOUNT - overcome (a difficulty or obstacle) - OVERCOME 

62. ABLUTION - an act of washing oneself - WASHING

63. GNOME - a small ugly person - DWARF

64. COMMAND - give an authoritative or peremptory order - INSTRUCT

65. TRANSPARENT - (of a material or article) allowing light to pass through so that objects behind can be distinctly seen - LUCID

66. DEXTERITY - skill in performing tasks, especially with the hands - ADROITNESS

67. CAPRICIOUS - given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behaviour - WHIMSICAL

68. ASSERTIVE - having or showing a confident and forceful personality - DOMINEERING 

69. KNAVISH - dishonest - UNSCRUPULOUS 

70. LACONIC - using very few words - CONCISE

71. KNACK - an acquired or natural skill at doing something - DEXTERITY 

72. ILL-BRED - badly brought up or rude - UNCOUTH

73. DEMENTED - behaving irrationally due to anger, distress, or excitement - IDIOTIC 

74. HAUGHTY - arrogantly superior and disdainful - CONCEITED

75. ENLIVEN - make (something) more entertaining, interesting, or appealing - CHEER

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76. GENUINE - truly what something is said to be; authentic - ORIGINAL

77. BECKONED - summon (someone) - CALLED

78. ACCUSED - a person or group of people who are charged with or on trial for a crime - INDICTED

79. TRANSITION - the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another - CHANGE

80. DECREPITUDE - the state of being decrepit (worn out or ruined because of age or neglect) -
FEEBLENESS

81. AUDACITY - a willingness to take bold risks - BOLDNESS

82. SUPERANNUATED - outdated or obsolete through age or new developments - RETIRED

83. ACCEDE - agree to a demand, request, or treaty - CONSENT 

84. ALERT - quick to notice any unusual and potentially dangerous or difficult circumstances - WATCHFUL

85. OBSTINATE - very difficult to change or overcome - STUBBORN

86. LITTLE - small in size, amount, or degree - TRIVIAL 

87. YARDSTICK - a standard used for comparison - STANDARD

88. TOXIC - poisonous - POISONOUS

89. REGRESS - return to a former or less developed state - BACKSLIDE

90. SOMBRE - dark or dull in colour or tone - GLOOMY

91. RARE - not occurring very often - SCARCE

92. HURDLE - a problem or difficulty that must be overcome - OBSTACLE

93. DECIMATED - kill, destroy, or remove a large proportion of - DESTROYED

94. AUGUST - respected and impressive - MAJESTIC

95. AVARICE - extreme greed for wealth or material gain - GREED

96. SLITHER - move smoothly over a surface - SLIDE

97. FREELANCE - earning one's living - SELF-EMPLOYED

98. IMPIOUS - showing a lack of respect for God or religion - IRREVERENT

99. SCORN - a feeling and expression of contempt or disdain for someone or something - CONDEMN

100. APPOSITE - appropriate in the circumstances or in relation to something - APPROPRIATE

101. DULCET - sweet and soothing - SWEET

102. INDICTMENT - a formal charge or accusation of a serious crime - ACCUSATION

103. INVARIABLE - never changing - CONSTANT 

104. STUBBORN - difficult to move, remove, or cure - ADAMANT 

105. COLOSSAL - extremely large or great - GIGANTIC 

106. DETRIMENTAL - tending to cause harm - HARMFUL 

107. HERALDED - be a sign that (something) is about to happen/clapped - CLAPPED

108. INCESSANTLY - without interruption / constantly - CONTINUOUSLY

109. VERACITY - conformity to facts/accuracy - TRUTH 

110. ACCOUTREMENTS - an additional item of dress or equipment - Equipment

111. OBSCENE - offensive or disgusting by accepted standards of morality and decency - INDECENT

112. GENUINE - truly what something is said to be - AUTHENTIC

113. ETERNAL - lasting or existing forever - PERPETUAL

114. FLABBERGASTED - surprise (someone) greatly / astonish - DUMBFOUNDED

115. DUBIOUS - not to be relied upon / suspect - DOUBTFUL

116. ANTIPATHY - a deep-seated feeling of aversion - DISLIKE

117. RESCIND - cancel, or repeal - REVOKE

118. METICULOUS - showing great attention to detail / very careful and precise - CAREFUL

119. ACRONYM - an abbreviation formed from the initial letters of other words and pronounced as a word - A WORD FORMED BY THE INITIAL LETTERS OF WORDS

120. INDIGNATION - anger or annoyance provoked by what is perceived as unfair treatment - ANGER

121. CONGREGATION - a gathering or collection of people, animals, or things / a group of people assembled for religious worship - MEETING

122. INCAPACITATE - prevent from functioning in a normal way - CRIPPLE

123. EXOTIC - originating in or characteristic of a distant foreign country - STRANGE

124. PHILANTHROPIST - a person who seeks to promote the welfare of others, especially by the generous
donation of money to good causes -  BENEFACTOR

125. DECAMP - leave a place suddenly or secretly - FLEE 

126. SALIENT - most noticeable or important - PROMINENT 

127. ABYSMAL - very deep - BOTTOMLESS

128. CONSERVATION - the action of conserving something - PRESERVATION

129. FLAIR - a special or instinctive aptitude or ability for doing something well - TALENT

130. ILLICIT - forbidden by law, rules, or custom - ILLEGAL 

131. COARSE - rough or harsh in texture - ROUGH 

132. IMPOST – a compulsory payment to the government - TAX

133. PRODIGAL - spending money or using resources freely and recklessly - WASTEFUL

134. RECIPIENTS - a person or thing that receives or is awarded something / receiving or capable of
receiving something - RECIEVER 

135. FOREGO - go without (something desirable) - LEAVE

136. ROUT - defeat and cause to retreat in disorder - DEFEAT 

137. FRONTIER - a line or border separating two countries - BOUNDARY

138. KNAVE - a dishonest or unscrupulous man - SCOUNDREL

139. FELICITY - intense happiness - BLISS

140. IRREPROCHABLE - beyond criticism - FAULTLESS

142. CODDLE - treat (someone) in an indulgent or overprotective way with too much care and attention - SATISFY

143. PROPHYLACTIC - intended to prevent disease - PREVENTIVE

144. OSTRACISE - exclude from a society or group - BANISH 

145. DEBACLE - a sudden and ignominious failure - DOWNFALL

146. TRITE - lacking originality or freshness / dull on account of overuse - COMMONPLACE 

147. DERISION - contemptuous  ridicule or mockery - RIDICULE 

148. ONUS - something that is one's duty - RESPONSIBILITY 

149. CANTANKEROUS - bad-tempered, argumentative, and uncooperative - QUARRELSOME

150. LUXURIANT - rich and profuse in growth - ABUNDANT

151. SUFFICIENT - adequate - ENOUGH 

152. MEEK - quiet, gentle, and easily imposed on - SUBMISSIVE

153. EMBRACE - an act of accepting something willingly or enthusiastically - ACCEPT

154. ANCESTORS - from whom one is descended - FOREFATHERS

155. BENEVOLENT – a person who is serving a charitable rather than a profit-making purpose - KIND

156. CENSURE - express severe disapproval of (someone or something), especially in a formal statement - CRITICIZE

157. CONFIDENTIAL - intended to be kept secret - SECRET 

158. DANGEROUS - able or likely to cause harm or injury - HAZARDOUS

159. OBSTINATE - very difficult to change or overcome - STUBBORN

160. ILLICIT - forbidden by law, rules, or custom - UNLAWFUL

161. IRASCIBLE - having or showing a tendency to be easily angered - IRRITABLE

162. PROMISCUOUS - casual - INDISCRIMINATE

163. PROPINQUITY - the state of being close to someone or something/proximity - NEARNESS

164. ARTFUL - clever or skilful, especially in a crafty or cunning way - CUNNING

165. FATUOUS - silly and pointless - SILLY

166. PERQUISITE - a benefit which one enjoys or is entitled to on account of one's job or position - PRIVILEGE

167. EXECRATE - feel or express great loathing for - CURSE

168. SPIRITED - full of energy, enthusiasm, and determination - ARDENT

169. VIRULENT - (of a disease or poison) extremely severe or harmful in its effects - DEADLY

170. CONTROVERT – to argue (with someone) - CONTRADICT 

171. REVERIE - a state of being pleasantly lost in one's thoughts - DAYDREAM

172. PERILOUS - full of danger or risk - HARAZDOUS 

173. AUDACIOUS - showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks - BOLD

174. QUERULOUS - complaining - COMPLAINING

175. POIGNANT - evoking a keen sense of sadness or regret - SAD 

176. ACCRUE - accumulate -  ACCUMULATE 

177. GENIAL - friendly and cheerful - CORDIAL 

178. INCLEMENT – unpleasant conditions - UNFAVOURABLE 

179. VINDICTIVE - having or showing a strong or unreasoning desire for revenge - SPITEFUL

180. LOQUACIOUS - tending to talk a great deal - TALKATIVE

181. PERSPICUOUS - clearly expressed and easily understood / simple/lucid - PRECISE

182. PRODIGAL – wasteful - LAVISH

183. INTREPID - feeling no fear / very bold or brave - FEARLESS

184. INFAMY - the state of being well known for some bad quality or deed - NOTORIETY

185. BARREN - too poor to produce much or any vegetation / showing no results or achievements - UNPRODUCTIVE

186. PREPONDERANCE - the quality or fact of being greater in number, quantity, or importance - DOMINANCE

187. DELUGE - a severe flood - FLOOD

188. APPRAISE - assess the value or quality of - JUDGE 

189. INDICT - formally accuse of or charge with a crime - CHARGE

190. LUCIDITY - simplicity - CLARITY

191. DELIBERATELY - consciously and intentionally - INTENTIONALLY 

192. STRINGENT - strict, precise, and exacting - TOUGH

193. BEHAVIOUR - the way in which one acts or conducts oneself, especially towards others - CONDUCT

194. SUBJUGATE - bring under domination or control, especially by conquest - CONQUER

195. FLAUNT - display (something) ostentatiously, especially in order to provoke envy or admiration or to show
defiance - EXHIBIT

196. SURMOUNT - overcome (a difficulty or obstacle) - OVERCOME 

197. SOLICIT - ask for or try to obtain (something) from someone - REQUEST

198. ACUTE - having or showing a perceptive understanding or insight - SHARP

199. RELISH - great enjoyment - ENJOY

200. CONCEALED - kept secret - HIDDEN

 

200 महत्वपूर्ण समानार्थी

Synonyms are a vital part of NDA exam and this list will help you a lot.. We will post more Synonyms soon. 

1. INTREPID - resolutely fearless; dauntless - FEARLESS

2. ABROGATE - repeal or do away with (a law, right, or formal agreement) - REPEAL

3. DEFERENCE - polite submission and respect - RESPECT 

4. COVENANT - agree by lease, deed, or other legal contracts - CONTRACT

5. OBNOXIOUS - extremely unpleasant - DISGUSTING

6. PROLIFERATE- increase rapidly in number; multiply/cause (cells, tissue,

structures, etc.) to reproduce rapidly - REPRODUCE 

7. PARADOX - a seemingly absurd or contradictory statement or proposition
which when investigated may prove to be well founded or true - PUZZLE

8. COLOSSAL - extremely large or great - ENORMOUS

9. INCEPTION - the establishment or starting point of an institution or 
activity - ORIGIN 

10. GRANDEUR - splendour and impressiveness, especially of appearance or style - MAGNIFICENCE

11. TRAMP - a person who travels from place to place on foot in search of work or as a vagrant or beggar - WANDERED

12. CONSIGNEE - the person or company to whom goods or documents are officially sent or delivered - NOMINEE

13. INFATUATION - an intense but short-lived passion or admiration for someone or something - PASSION

14. BEAUTIFUL - pleasing the senses or mind aesthetically - HANDSOME

15. MOMENTOUS - of great importance or significance, especially in having a bearing on future events -
IMPORTANT

16. QUIVER - tremble or shake with a slight rapid motion / a slight trembling movement or sound, especially one caused by a sudden strong emotion - TREMBLE

17. ADULATION - excessive admiration or praise - FLATTERY

18. CONTEMPLATION - the action of looking thoughtfully at something for a long time - MEDITATION

19. DILIGENT - having or showing care and conscientiousness in one's work or duties - INDUSTRIOUS

20. CENSURE - express severe disapproval of (someone or something), especially in a formal statement - CRITICIZE

21. FATAL - causing death - DEADLY

22. DOLEFUL - expressing sorrow; mournful - MOURNFUL 

23. GRUFF - rough and low in pitch - ROUGH

24. FIDELITY - faithfulness to a person, cause, or belief, demonstrated by continuing loyalty and support -
LOYALTY 

25. INFRUCTUOUS - fruitless, unprofitable - FRUITLESS 

26. GARNISH - decorate or embellish (something, especially food) - ADORN 

27. MENTOR - an experienced and trusted adviser - GUIDE 

28. SUPERSTITIOUS - having or showing a belief in superstitions (a widely held but irrational belief in supernatural influences, especially as leading to good or bad luck, or a practice based on such a belief) - IRRATIONAL

29. RAVAGE - cause severe and extensive damage to / the destructive effects of something - DEMOLISH 

30. SUCCESSIVE - following one another or following others - CONSECUTIVE 

31. ABROGATE - repeal or do away with (a law, right, or formal agreement) - ABOLISH

32. DELINEATE - describe or portray (something) precisely - EXPLAIN 

33. MENACE - a person or thing that is likely to cause harm; a threat or danger.  - THREAT

34. OCCULT - mystical, supernatural, or magical powers, practices, or phenomena. - SUPERNATURAL

35. VINDICATE - clear (someone) of blame or suspicion - JUSTIFY 

36. BENEVOLENCE - the quality of being well meaning - KINDNESS

37. PANACEA - a solution or remedy for all difficulties or diseases - CURE ALL 

38. PRUDENT - acting with or showing care and thought for the future - CAUTIOUS

39. AMICABLE - characterized by friendliness and absence of discord - FRIENDLY

40. IRREVERENCE - a lack of respect for people or things that are generally taken seriously - DISRESPECT

41. CEREMONIAL - conferring or involving only nominal authority or power -  FORMAL 

42. PROPITIATE - win or regain the favour of (a god, spirit, or person) by doing something that pleases them - APPEASE

43. CAPITULATE - cease to resist an opponent or an unwelcome demand;  yield. - SURRENDER

44. ESTRANGED - cause (someone) to be no longer on friendly terms with someone - SEPARATED

45. ERRONEOUSLY – IN A WRONG / INCORRECT WAY - WRONGLY

46. RESTIVE - unable to remain still, silent, or submissive, especially because of boredom or dissatisfaction - RESTLESS 

47. NOMADIC - living the life of a nomad (a member of a community of people who live in different locations, moving from one place to another) - WANDERING

48. DEROGATORY - showing a critical or disrespectful attitude - DISPARAGING

49. PREMONITION - a strong feeling that something is about to happen, especially something unpleasant - FOREWARNING

50. ELUDE - escape from or avoid (a danger, enemy, or pursuer), typically in a skilful or cunning way - ESCAPE

51. FLUTTER – to move lightly or quickly - FLOAT 

52. PRIORITY - the fact or condition of being regarded or treated as more important than others - PRECEDENCE

53. DUPLICATION - the action or process of duplicating something. - COPYING

54. DILATE - make or become wider, larger, or more open - WIDEN 

55. OBSESSION - an idea or thought that continually preoccupies or intrudes on a person's mind - PRE-OCCUPATION
 

56. ITINERANT - a person who travels from place to place - TRAVELLING FROM PLACE TO PLACE

57. CONVICT - declare (someone) to be guilty of a criminal offence by the verdict of a jury or the decision of a judge in a court of law - CRIMINAL 

58. OSTENTATION - the pretentious or showy display of wealth and luxury, designed to impress - POMP

59. SELECTION - the action or fact of carefully choosing someone or something as being the best or most
suitable - PREFERENCE

60. TORPID - mentally or physically inactive - INACTIVE

61. SURMOUNT - overcome (a difficulty or obstacle) - OVERCOME 

62. ABLUTION - an act of washing oneself - WASHING

63. GNOME - a small ugly person - DWARF

64. COMMAND - give an authoritative or peremptory order - INSTRUCT

65. TRANSPARENT - (of a material or article) allowing light to pass through so that objects behind can be distinctly seen - LUCID

66. DEXTERITY - skill in performing tasks, especially with the hands - ADROITNESS

67. CAPRICIOUS - given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behaviour - WHIMSICAL

68. ASSERTIVE - having or showing a confident and forceful personality - DOMINEERING 

69. KNAVISH - dishonest - UNSCRUPULOUS 

70. LACONIC - using very few words - CONCISE

71. KNACK - an acquired or natural skill at doing something - DEXTERITY 

72. ILL-BRED - badly brought up or rude - UNCOUTH

73. DEMENTED - behaving irrationally due to anger, distress, or excitement - IDIOTIC 

74. HAUGHTY - arrogantly superior and disdainful - CONCEITED

75. ENLIVEN - make (something) more entertaining, interesting, or appealing - CHEER

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76. GENUINE - truly what something is said to be; authentic - ORIGINAL

77. BECKONED - summon (someone) - CALLED

78. ACCUSED - a person or group of people who are charged with or on trial for a crime - INDICTED

79. TRANSITION - the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another - CHANGE

80. DECREPITUDE - the state of being decrepit (worn out or ruined because of age or neglect) -
FEEBLENESS

81. AUDACITY - a willingness to take bold risks - BOLDNESS

82. SUPERANNUATED - outdated or obsolete through age or new developments - RETIRED

83. ACCEDE - agree to a demand, request, or treaty - CONSENT 

84. ALERT - quick to notice any unusual and potentially dangerous or difficult circumstances - WATCHFUL

85. OBSTINATE - very difficult to change or overcome - STUBBORN

86. LITTLE - small in size, amount, or degree - TRIVIAL 

87. YARDSTICK - a standard used for comparison - STANDARD

88. TOXIC - poisonous - POISONOUS

89. REGRESS - return to a former or less developed state - BACKSLIDE

90. SOMBRE - dark or dull in colour or tone - GLOOMY

91. RARE - not occurring very often - SCARCE

92. HURDLE - a problem or difficulty that must be overcome - OBSTACLE

93. DECIMATED - kill, destroy, or remove a large proportion of - DESTROYED

94. AUGUST - respected and impressive - MAJESTIC

95. AVARICE - extreme greed for wealth or material gain - GREED

96. SLITHER - move smoothly over a surface - SLIDE

97. FREELANCE - earning one's living - SELF-EMPLOYED

98. IMPIOUS - showing a lack of respect for God or religion - IRREVERENT

99. SCORN - a feeling and expression of contempt or disdain for someone or something - CONDEMN

100. APPOSITE - appropriate in the circumstances or in relation to something - APPROPRIATE

101. DULCET - sweet and soothing - SWEET

102. INDICTMENT - a formal charge or accusation of a serious crime - ACCUSATION

103. INVARIABLE - never changing - CONSTANT 

104. STUBBORN - difficult to move, remove, or cure - ADAMANT 

105. COLOSSAL - extremely large or great - GIGANTIC 

106. DETRIMENTAL - tending to cause harm - HARMFUL 

107. HERALDED - be a sign that (something) is about to happen/clapped - CLAPPED

108. INCESSANTLY - without interruption / constantly - CONTINUOUSLY

109. VERACITY - conformity to facts/accuracy - TRUTH 

110. ACCOUTREMENTS - an additional item of dress or equipment - Equipment

111. OBSCENE - offensive or disgusting by accepted standards of morality and decency - INDECENT

112. GENUINE - truly what something is said to be - AUTHENTIC

113. ETERNAL - lasting or existing forever - PERPETUAL

114. FLABBERGASTED - surprise (someone) greatly / astonish - DUMBFOUNDED

115. DUBIOUS - not to be relied upon / suspect - DOUBTFUL

116. ANTIPATHY - a deep-seated feeling of aversion - DISLIKE

117. RESCIND - cancel, or repeal - REVOKE

118. METICULOUS - showing great attention to detail / very careful and precise - CAREFUL

119. ACRONYM - an abbreviation formed from the initial letters of other words and pronounced as a word - A WORD FORMED BY THE INITIAL LETTERS OF WORDS

120. INDIGNATION - anger or annoyance provoked by what is perceived as unfair treatment - ANGER

121. CONGREGATION - a gathering or collection of people, animals, or things / a group of people assembled for religious worship - MEETING

122. INCAPACITATE - prevent from functioning in a normal way - CRIPPLE

123. EXOTIC - originating in or characteristic of a distant foreign country - STRANGE

124. PHILANTHROPIST - a person who seeks to promote the welfare of others, especially by the generous
donation of money to good causes -  BENEFACTOR

125. DECAMP - leave a place suddenly or secretly - FLEE 

126. SALIENT - most noticeable or important - PROMINENT 

127. ABYSMAL - very deep - BOTTOMLESS

128. CONSERVATION - the action of conserving something - PRESERVATION

129. FLAIR - a special or instinctive aptitude or ability for doing something well - TALENT

130. ILLICIT - forbidden by law, rules, or custom - ILLEGAL 

131. COARSE - rough or harsh in texture - ROUGH 

132. IMPOST – a compulsory payment to the government - TAX

133. PRODIGAL - spending money or using resources freely and recklessly - WASTEFUL

134. RECIPIENTS - a person or thing that receives or is awarded something / receiving or capable of
receiving something - RECIEVER 

135. FOREGO - go without (something desirable) - LEAVE

136. ROUT - defeat and cause to retreat in disorder - DEFEAT 

137. FRONTIER - a line or border separating two countries - BOUNDARY

138. KNAVE - a dishonest or unscrupulous man - SCOUNDREL

139. FELICITY - intense happiness - BLISS

140. IRREPROCHABLE - beyond criticism - FAULTLESS

142. CODDLE - treat (someone) in an indulgent or overprotective way with too much care and attention - SATISFY

143. PROPHYLACTIC - intended to prevent disease - PREVENTIVE

144. OSTRACISE - exclude from a society or group - BANISH 

145. DEBACLE - a sudden and ignominious failure - DOWNFALL

146. TRITE - lacking originality or freshness / dull on account of overuse - COMMONPLACE 

147. DERISION - contemptuous  ridicule or mockery - RIDICULE 

148. ONUS - something that is one's duty - RESPONSIBILITY 

149. CANTANKEROUS - bad-tempered, argumentative, and uncooperative - QUARRELSOME

150. LUXURIANT - rich and profuse in growth - ABUNDANT

151. SUFFICIENT - adequate - ENOUGH 

152. MEEK - quiet, gentle, and easily imposed on - SUBMISSIVE

153. EMBRACE - an act of accepting something willingly or enthusiastically - ACCEPT

154. ANCESTORS - from whom one is descended - FOREFATHERS

155. BENEVOLENT – a person who is serving a charitable rather than a profit-making purpose - KIND

156. CENSURE - express severe disapproval of (someone or something), especially in a formal statement - CRITICIZE

157. CONFIDENTIAL - intended to be kept secret - SECRET 

158. DANGEROUS - able or likely to cause harm or injury - HAZARDOUS

159. OBSTINATE - very difficult to change or overcome - STUBBORN

160. ILLICIT - forbidden by law, rules, or custom - UNLAWFUL

161. IRASCIBLE - having or showing a tendency to be easily angered - IRRITABLE

162. PROMISCUOUS - casual - INDISCRIMINATE

163. PROPINQUITY - the state of being close to someone or something/proximity - NEARNESS

164. ARTFUL - clever or skilful, especially in a crafty or cunning way - CUNNING

165. FATUOUS - silly and pointless - SILLY

166. PERQUISITE - a benefit which one enjoys or is entitled to on account of one's job or position - PRIVILEGE

167. EXECRATE - feel or express great loathing for - CURSE

168. SPIRITED - full of energy, enthusiasm, and determination - ARDENT

169. VIRULENT - (of a disease or poison) extremely severe or harmful in its effects - DEADLY

170. CONTROVERT – to argue (with someone) - CONTRADICT 

171. REVERIE - a state of being pleasantly lost in one's thoughts - DAYDREAM

172. PERILOUS - full of danger or risk - HARAZDOUS 

173. AUDACIOUS - showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks - BOLD

174. QUERULOUS - complaining - COMPLAINING

175. POIGNANT - evoking a keen sense of sadness or regret - SAD 

176. ACCRUE - accumulate -  ACCUMULATE 

177. GENIAL - friendly and cheerful - CORDIAL 

178. INCLEMENT – unpleasant conditions - UNFAVOURABLE 

179. VINDICTIVE - having or showing a strong or unreasoning desire for revenge - SPITEFUL

180. LOQUACIOUS - tending to talk a great deal - TALKATIVE

181. PERSPICUOUS - clearly expressed and easily understood / simple/lucid - PRECISE

182. PRODIGAL – wasteful - LAVISH

183. INTREPID - feeling no fear / very bold or brave - FEARLESS

184. INFAMY - the state of being well known for some bad quality or deed - NOTORIETY

185. BARREN - too poor to produce much or any vegetation / showing no results or achievements - UNPRODUCTIVE

186. PREPONDERANCE - the quality or fact of being greater in number, quantity, or importance - DOMINANCE

187. DELUGE - a severe flood - FLOOD

188. APPRAISE - assess the value or quality of - JUDGE 

189. INDICT - formally accuse of or charge with a crime - CHARGE

190. LUCIDITY - simplicity - CLARITY

191. DELIBERATELY - consciously and intentionally - INTENTIONALLY 

192. STRINGENT - strict, precise, and exacting - TOUGH

193. BEHAVIOUR - the way in which one acts or conducts oneself, especially towards others - CONDUCT

194. SUBJUGATE - bring under domination or control, especially by conquest - CONQUER

195. FLAUNT - display (something) ostentatiously, especially in order to provoke envy or admiration or to show
defiance - EXHIBIT

196. SURMOUNT - overcome (a difficulty or obstacle) - OVERCOME 

197. SOLICIT - ask for or try to obtain (something) from someone - REQUEST

198. ACUTE - having or showing a perceptive understanding or insight - SHARP

199. RELISH - great enjoyment - ENJOY

200. CONCEALED - kept secret - HIDDEN

 


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