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200 English Antonyms for SBI exams

These antonyms are very good for all exams like SBI, IBPS, CLAT, NIC, LIC,  BBA and all exams where a candidate's English is tested. 

1. HARMONY -

Meaning: the state of being in agreement or concord 
Antonym: STRIFE

2.  FETTER -
Meaningrestrain with chains or manacles, typically around the ankles
Antonym: LIBERATE

3. PARSIMONIOUS -
Meaning: very unwilling to spend money or use resources -
Antonym: EXTRAVAGANT

4. DENSE - 
Meaning: closely compacted in substance 
Antonym: SPARSE

5. OSTRACISE - 
Meaning: exclude from a society or group
Antonym: - WELCOME

6. LAMENT - 
Meaning: a passionate expression of grief or sorrow / a complaint
Antonym:- REJOICE

7. MUTILATE - 
Meaning: inflict a violent and disfiguring injury on
Antonym:- MEND

8. RELUCTANTLY - 
Meaning: with hesitation, doubt or dread 
Antonym:- WILLINGLY

9. MYTH - 
Meaning: a widely held but false belief or idea
Antonym: - FACT

10. CONCILIATION - 
Meaning: the action of stopping someone being angry / placation 
Antonym: - CONFRONTATION

11. AFFLUENT -
Meaning: having a great deal of money (especially of a group or area) / wealthy -
Antonym: POOR

12. ERUDITE -
Meaning: having or showing great knowledge or learning - 
Antonym: UNSCHOLARLY

13. COAX -
Meaning: persuade (someone) gradually or gently to do something - 
Antonym: DISSUADE

14. ALTERCATION - 
Meaning: a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public - 
Anto nym:COMPROMISE

15. ANIMOSITY - 
Meaning: strong hostility -
Antonym: LOVE

16. RATIFICATION - 
Meaning: official way to confirm something, usually by vote 
Antonym: - DISAPPROVAL

17. ROUGH - 
Meaning: having an uneven or irregular surface / not smooth or level
Antonym:- SMOOTH

18. IMPERTINENT - 
Meaning: not showing proper respect / rude
Antonym:  - RESPECTFUL

19. FALLIABLE - 
Meaning: capable of making mistakes or being wrong
Antonym:  - UNERRING

20. PAROCHIAL - 
Meaning: having a limited or narrow outlook or scope 
Antonym: - GLOBAL


21. AUTONOMY- 
Meaning: freedom from external control or influence / independence
 Antonym: - DEPENDENCE

22. AFFIRM -
Meaning: accept or confirm the validity of (a judgement or agreement); ratify
Antonym:  - REFUSE

23. CONFORMITY - 
Meaning: compliance with standards, rules, or laws
 Antonym: - DEVIATION

24. CRITICISE - 
Meaning: indicate the faults of (someone or something) in a disapproving way
Antonym:  - COMMEND

25. FACILITATE - 
Meaning: make (an action or process) easy or easier
 Antonym: - HINDER

26. CULPABLE - 
Meaning: deserving blame - 
Antonym: BLAMELESS

27. NADIR - 
Meaning: the lowest or most unsuccessful point in a situation
Antonym:  - ZENITH

28. CANDID -
Meaning: truthful and straightforward /frank -
Antonym: DEVIOUS

29. INQUISITIVE - 
Meaning: having or showing an interest in learning things / curious -
Antonym:  INDIFFERENT

30. EXODUS 
Meaning: -a mass departure of people - 
Antonym: INFLUX

31. ADMONISH -
Meaning: reprimand firmly - 
Antonym: PRAISE

32. PREDILECTION - 
Meaning: a preference or special liking for something /a bias in favour of something -
Antonym: DISLIKE

33. PROTEAN - 
Meaning: tending or able to change frequently or easily - 
Antonym: UNCHANGING

34. IN TOTO - 
Meaning: as a whole - 
Antonym: PARTIALLY

35. DESPAIR - 
Meaning: the complete loss or absence of hope -
Antonym: HOPE

36. ARID -
Meaning: having little or no rain / too dry or barren to support vegetation - 
Antonym: WET

37. CURTAIL - 
Meaning: reduce in extent or quantity / impose a restriction on -
Antonym: ENLARGE

38. CONVICTED - 
Meaning: 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 -
Antonym: ACQUITED

39. MIGRATE - 
Meaning: move from one region or habitat to another according to the seasons or conditions
Antonym: - RETURN

40. ABUNDANCE - 
Meaning: a very large quantity of something - 
Antonym: SCARCITY


41. ARROGANT - 
Meaning: having or revealing an exaggerated sense of one's own importance or abilities -
Antonym: MODEST

42. AUDACIOUS - 
Meaning: showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks - 
Antonym: COWARDLY

43. FUTILE - 
Meaning: incapable of producing any useful result / pointless -
Antonym: WORTHY

44. ALIEN -
Meaning: belonging to a foreign country -
Antonym: NATIVE

45. APPARENT - 
Meaning: clearly visible or understood / obvious - 
Antonym: HIDDEN


46. MYOPIC - 
Meaning: short-sighted -
Antonym: FARSIGHTED

47. OBSTINATE -
Meaning: stubbornly refusing to change one's opinion or chosen course of action, despite attempts to persuade one to do so - 
Antonym: CONFUSED

48. MOURNFUL - 
Meaning: feeling, expressing, or inducing sadness, regret, or grief - 
Antonym: JOYOUS

49. PANICKY - 
Meaning: a sudden overwhelming fear, with or without cause, that produces hysterical or irrational behavior, and that often spreads quickly through a group of persons or animals -
Antonym: CALM

50. GENTLEMAN - 
Meaning: a chivalrous, courteous, or honourable man - 
Antonym: BOOR

51. ANXIOUS - 
Meaning: feeling or showing worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome - 
Antonym: CALM

52. PHILANTHROPIST - 
Meaning: a person who seeks to promote the welfare of others, especially by the generous donation of money to good causes - 
Antonym: MISER

53. INTELLIGIBLE -
Meaning: able to be understood / comprehensible - 
Antonym: CONFUSED

54. LOQUACIOUS - 
Meaning: tending to talk a great deal / talkative - 
Antonym: BASHFUL

55. CUMBERSOME - 
Meaning: large or heavy and therefore difficult to carry or use / unwieldy -
Antonym: CONVENIENT

56. EVIDENT - 
Meaning: clearly seen or understood / obvious - 
Antonym: OBSCURE

57. SUBLIME - 
Meaning: of very great excellence or beauty - 
Antonym: INFERIOR

58. LACKADAISICAL -
Meaning: lacking enthusiasm and determination; carelessly lazy - 
Antonym: ENTHUSIAIATIC

59. CURSORY -
Meaning: hasty and therefore not thorough or detailed - 
Antonym: THOROUGH

60. INSOLENT - 
Meaning: showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect - 
Antonym: HUMBLE

61. CAPRICIOUS - 
Meaning: changing according to no discernible rules; unpredictable - 
Antonym: FIRM

62. ELEGANCE -
Meaning: the quality of being graceful and stylish in appearance or manner -
Antonym: VULGARITY

63. HANDY - 
Meaning: convenient to handle or use; useful - 
Antonym: CUMBERSOME

64. ENCOUNTERED -
Meaning: unexpectedly be faced with or experience (something hostile or difficult) /meet (someone) unexpectedly - 
Antonym: AVOIDED

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

66. DISTANT - 
Meaning: far away in space or time - 
Antonym: CLOSE

67. EXHAUST -
Meaning: make (someone) feel very tired - 
Antonym: INVIGORATES

68. MINIATURE -
Meaning: very small of its kind - 
Antonym: LARGE

69. INTEGRATION - 
Meaning: the action, process, or result of combining or uniting - 
Antonym: FRAGMENTATION

70. OMIT - 
Meaning: leave out or exclude (someone or something), either intentionally or forgetfully -
Antonym: INCLUDE

71. CANDID -
Meaning: truthful and straightforward; frank - 
Antonym: CUNNING

72. PRECISE - 
Meaning: marked by exactness and accuracy of expression or detail - 
Antonym: VAGUE

73. RETICENT - 
Meaning: not revealing one's thoughts or feelings readily - 
Antonym: COMMUNICATIVE

74. AGONY - 
Meaning: extreme physical or mental suffering. - 
Antonym: PLEASURE

75. AGREEMENT - 
Meaning: harmony or accordance in opinion or feeling / a negotiated and typically legally binding arrangement between parties as to a course of action - 
Antonym: DISCORD

76. AFFLUENCE - 
Meaning: the state of having a great deal of money; wealth - 
Antonym: POVERTY

77. CURTAIL -
Meaning: reduce in extent or quantity; impose a restriction on - 
Antonym: RESUME

78. AFFIRMATION - 
Meaning: the action or process of affirming something -
Antonym: DENIAL

79. CONCISE -
Meaning: giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words; brief but comprehensive -
Antonym: LENGTHY

80. PRUDENT - 
Meaning: acting with or showing care and thought for the future - 
Antonym: UNWISE

81. DESPISE -
Meaning: feel contempt or a deep repugnance for - 
Antonym: ADMIRE

82. GRUESOME -
Meaning: causing repulsion or horror; grisly - 
Antonym: GRACIOUS

83. CHARMING - 
Meaning: very pleasant or attractive - 
Antonym: REPULSIVE

84. HARASS - 
Meaning: subject to aggressive pressure or intimidation - 
Antonym: RELIEVE

85. ABUNDANT - 
Meaning: existing or available in large quantities; plentiful 
Antonym: - MEAGRE

86. ENIGMATIC - 
Meaning: difficult to interpret or understand; mysterious
 Antonym: - SIMPLE

87. CALLOUS - 
Meaning: showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others 
Antonym: - SENSITIVE

88. ILLICIT - 
Meaning: forbidden by law, rules, or custom
Antonym:  - LAWFUL

89. GIGANTIC - 
Meaning: of very great size or extent; huge or enormous
Antonym: - TINY

90. ATHEIST -
Meaning: a person who disbelieves or lacks belief in the existence of God or gods. Or an idea -
Antonym: BELIEVER

91. DELUSION - 
Meaning: an idiosyncratic belief or impression maintained despite being contradicted by reality or rational argument, typically as a symptom of mental disorder - 
Antonym: REALITY

92. ELEGANT - 
Meaning: graceful and stylish in appearance or manner -
Antonym: CRUDE

93. OBSCURE -
Meaning: not discovered or known about; uncertain - 
Antonym: CLEAR

94. SUMMIT - 
Meaning: the highest point of a hill or mountain - 
Antonym: BOTTOM

95. CONFORM -
Meaning:  comply with rules, standards, or laws -
Antonym: DIFFER

96. FLOURISH - 
Meaning: grow or develop in a healthy or vigorous way, especially as the result of a particularly congenial environment - Antonym: DEGENERATE

97. MONOTONOUS - 
Meaning: dull, tedious, and repetitious; lacking in variety and interest - 
Antonym: INTERSTING

98. LATENT - 
Meaning: existing but not yet developed or manifest; hidden or concealed -
Antonym: OBVIOUS

99. EPHERMAL - 
Meaning: lasting for a very short time - 
Antonym: ETERNAL

100. OBSCENE - 
Meaning: offensive or disgusting by accepted standards of morality and decency -
Antonym: DECENT

101. ORTHODOX - 
Meaning: following or conforming to the traditional or generally accepted rules or beliefs of a religion, philosophy, or practice - 
Antonym: HERETICAL

102. SUBSEQUENT - 
Meaning: coming after something in time; following - 
Antonym: PRIOR

103. FIENDISH - 
Meaning: extremely cruel or unpleasant - 
Antonym: FRIENDLY

104. EXTINCT - 
Meaning: having no living members
Antonym: - ALIVE

105. SOBRIETY -
Meaning: the state of not being under the influence of alcohol - 
Antonym: DRUNKENESS

106. SANGUINE - 
Meaning: optimistic or positive, especially in an apparently bad or difficult situation -
Antonym: HOPELESS

107. IDIOSYNCARCY -
Meaning: a mode of behaviour or way of thought peculiar to an individual -
Antonym: GENERALITY

108. REBELLION - 
Meaning: an act of armed resistance to an established government or leader -
Antonym: SUBMISSION

109. LOOSEN -
Meaning: make (something tied, fastened, or fixed in place) less tight or firm - 
Antonym: FASTEN

110. SUPRESS - 
Meaning: forcibly put an end to - 
Antonym: INCITE

111. FAR-FETCHED - 
Meaning: unlikely and unconvincing; implausible - 
Antonym: REALISTIC

112. SHIMMERING - 
Meaning: shine with a soft, slightly wavering light -
Antonym: GLOOMY

113. DESECRATION - 
Meaning: the action of desecrating something - 
Antonym: CONSECRATION

114. ZEAL -
Meaning: great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an objective - 
Antonym: APATHY

115. EXCEPTIONAL -
Meaning: unusual; not typical - 
Antonym: COMMON

116. ENLIGHTEN - 
Meaning: give (someone) greater knowledge and understanding about a subject or
Antonym: situation - BEFOG

117. ADVANCED -
Meaning: far on or ahead in development or progress - 
Antonym: RETARDED

118. MELODIOUS - 
Meaning: pleasant-sounding - 
Antonym: ODIOUS

119. NIGGARDLY - 
Meaning: ungenerous with money, time, etc.; mean - 
Antonym: LAVISHLY

120. TAKES OFF – 
Meaning: takes off - 
Antonym: LANDS

121. ECCENTRICITY - 
Meaning: deviation -
Antonym: NORMALCY

122. SUBLIME - 
Meaning: of very great excellence or beauty - 
Antonym: LUDICROUS

123. TIMOROUS -
Meaning: showing or suffering from nervousness or a lack of confidence - 
Antonym: BOLD

124. BREADTH -
Meaning: the distance or measurement from side to side of something; width -
Antonym: NARROWNESS

125. HOSTILE -
Meaning: showing or feeling opposition or dislike; unfriendly - 
Antonym: FRIENDLY

126. IMPROMPTU - 
Meaning: done without being planned or rehearsed - 
Antonym: PREMEDITATED

127. DEMENTED - 
Meaning: behaving irrationally due to anger, distress, or excitement - 
Antonym: SENSIBLE

128. INCONGRUOUS - 
Meaning: not in harmony or keeping with the surroundings or other aspects ofsomething - 
Antonym: HARMONIOUS

129. INSERT -
Meaning: place, fit, or push (something) into something else - 
Antonym: EXTRACT

130. SURVIVAL - 
Meaning: the state or fact of continuing to live or exist, typically in spite of an accident, ordeal, or difficult circumstances - 
Antonym: EXTINCTION

131. APPARENT - 
Meaning: clearly visible or understood; obvious - 
Antonym: AMBIGUOUS

132. PACIFY - 
Meaning: quell the anger, agitation, or excitement of - 
Antonym: ENRAGE

133. APPRECIATION - 
Meaning: recognition and enjoyment of the good qualities of someone or something - 
Antonym: ANTIPATHY

134. JADE - 
Meaning: a hard, typically green stone used for ornaments and implements and consisting of the minerals jadeite or nephrite - 
Antonym: CHEER

135. APPLAUD -
Meaning: show strong approval of (a person or action) - 
Antonym: CENSURE

136. CURTAIL -
Meaning: reduce in extent or quantity; impose a restriction on - 
Antonym: LENGTHEN

137. JEST -
Meaning: a thing said or done for amusement; a joke -
Antonym: GRAVITY

138. APALLING - 
Meaning: horrifying; shocking - 
Antonym: CONSOLING

139. REPEL - 
Meaning: drive or force (an attack or attacker) back or away - 
Antonym: ATTRACT

140. APOCRYPHAL - 
Meaning: of doubtful authenticity(of a story or statement), although widely circulated as being true- 
Antonym: AUTHENTIC

141. RUEFULLY - 
Meaning: causing sorrow or pity; pitiable; deplorable - 
Antonym: CHEERFULLY

142. AFFABLE -
Meaning: friendly, good-natured, or easy to talk to - 
Antonym: SURLY

143. ABBERATTION -
Meaning: a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typically an unwelcome one - 
Antonym: NORMALITY

144. EMANCIATED - 
Meaning: abnormally thin or weak, especially because of illness or a lack of food -
Antonym: HEALTHY

145. EXASPERATING - 
Meaning: intensely irritating; infuriating 
Antonym: - SOOTHING

146. AMPLE - 
Meaning: enough or more than enough; plentiful - 
Antonym: MEAGRE

147. LATENT - 
Meaning: existing but not yet developed or manifest; hidden or concealed - 
Antonym: EVIDENT

148. CAMOUFLAGE - 
Meaning: hide or disguise the presence of (a person, animal, or object) -
Antonym: REVEAL

149. DORMANT -
Meaning: temporarily inactive -
Antonym: ACTIVE

150. SALIENT - 
Meaning: most noticeable or important - 
Antonym: INSIGNIFICANT

151. AFFLUENCE -
Meaning: the state of having a great deal of money; wealth - 
Antonym: POVERTY

152. INQUISITIVE -
Meaning: having or showing an interest in learning things; curious -
Antonym: UNCONCERNED

153. TREACHEROUS - 
Meaning: guilty of or involving betrayal or deception - 
Antonym: FAITHFUL

154. COMPLY -
Meaning: act in accordance with a wish or command - 
Antonym: CHALLENGE

155. DIMINISH -
Meaning: make or become less - 
Antonym: INCREASE

156. RAPID - 
Meaning: happening in a short time or at a great rate - 
Antonym: SLOW

157. SEVERE -
Meaning: very great(of something bad or undesirable); intense - 
Antonym: MILD

158. REVEAL - 
Meaning: make (previously unknown or secret information) known to others - 
Antonym: HIDE

159. FATIGUED - 
Meaning: cause (someone) to feel exhausted - 
Antonym: ENERGISED

160. AUTONOMY - 
Meaning: freedom from external control or influence / independence -
Antonym: DEPENDENCE

161. INITIATED - 
Meaning: cause (a process or action) to begin - 
Antonym: CONCLUDED

162. FLEXIBLE -
Meaning: able to be easily modified to respond to altered circumstances - 
Antonym: RIGID

163. GENUINE - 
Meaning: truly what something is said to be; authentic - 
Antonym: FAKE

164. CONSENSUS - 
Meaning: a general agreement - 
Antonym: DISAGREEMENT

165. FRUITLESS -
Meaning: failing to achieve the desired results; unproductive or useless -
Antonym: SUCCESSFUL

166. DILIGENT - 
Meaning: having or showing care and conscientiousness in one's work or duties -
Antonym: LAZY

167. ENMITY - 
Meaning: a state or feeling of active opposition or hostility - 
Antonym: AMICABILITY

168. RETAIN - 
Meaning: continue to have (something); keep possession of - 
Antonym: RELEASE

169. GRADUAL - 
Meaning: taking place or progressing slowly or by degrees - 
Antonym: RAPID

170. THOROUGHLY - 
Meaning: to the fullest extent / unquestionably - 
Antonym: SUPERFICIALLY

171. SACRIFICE - 
Meaning: an act of slaughtering an animal or person or surrendering a possession as an offering to a deity - 
Antonym: ACQUIRE

172. EXHAUSTIVE - 
Meaning: including or considering all elements or aspects; fully comprehensive -
Antonym: INCOMPLETE

173. ACQUITTED - 
Meaning: free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty -
Antonym: CONVICTED

174. FICTITIOUS - 
Meaning: not real or true; imaginary or fabricated - 
Antonym: REAL

175. STATIONARY -
Meaning: not moving or not intended to be moved - 
Antonym: MOVING

176. DEVIATE - 
Meaning: depart from an established course or thought or process - 
Antonym: CONCENTRATE

177. CREDIT -
Meaning: the ability of a customer to obtain goods or services before payment, based on the trust that payment will be made in the future / add (an amount of money) to an account -
Antonym: DEBIT

178. AUDACITY - 
Meaning: a willingness to take bold risks - 
Antonym: COWARDICE

179. ROBUST -
Meaning: (of an object) sturdy in construction - 
Antonym: FEEBLE

180. AFFIRM - 
Meaning: state emphatically or publicly - 
Antonym: DISAGREE

181. ORAL - 
Meaning: spoken rather than written; verbal - 
Antonym: WRITTEN

182. HONEST - 
Meaning: free of deceit; truthful and sincere - 
Antonym: CORRUPT

183. ADAMANT -
Meaning: refusing to be persuaded or to change one's mind - 
Antonym: YIELDING

184. COMPULSORY - 
Meaning: required by law or a rule; obligatory - 
Antonym: OPTIONAL

185. TENTATIVE - 
Meaning: not certain or fixed; provisional - 
Antonym: DEFINITE

186. PROMINENT -
Meaning: important; famous - 
Antonym: OBSCURE

187. CORRUPT - 
Meaning: having or showing a willingness to act dishonestly in return for money or personal gain - 
Antonym: HONEST

188. DESTRUCTIVE - 
Meaning: causing great and irreparable damage - 
Antonym: CONSTRUCTIVE

189. BANE - 
Meaning: a cause of great distress or annoyance - 
Antonym: BOON

190. LIBERAL - 
Meaning: willing to respect or accept behaviour or opinions different from one's own; open to new ideas - 
Antonym: INTOLERANT

191. FLOOD - 
Meaning: an overflow of a large amount of water beyond its normal limits, especially over what is normally dry land - 
Antonym: DROUGHT

192. EGOIST - 
Meaning: a self-centered or selfish person (opposed to altruist ) - 
Antonym: SELFLESS

193. DEEP -
Meaning: extending far down from the top or surface - 
Antonym: SHALLOW

194. SLAVE - 
Meaning: a person who is the legal property of another and is forced to obey them -
Antonym: MASTER

195. BEAUTIFUL - 
Meaning: pleasing the senses or mind aesthetically - 
Antonym: UGLY

196. ADMIRATION - 
Meaning: respect and warm approval - 
Antonym: CONTEMPT

197. NOISILY -
Meaning: full of noise - 
Antonym: QUIETLY

198. SUPERFICIAL - 
Meaning: existing or occurring at or on the surface - 
Antonym: GENUINE

199. FRAGILE - 
Meaning: easily broken or damaged - 
Antonym: STRONG

200. HARMONIOUS - 
Meaning: free from disagreement or dissent - 
Antonym: DISCORD

201. PROSPERITY - 
Meaning: the state of being prosperous - 
Antonym: ADVERSITY

202. EXPAND - 
Meaning: become or make larger or more extensive - 
Antonym: CONTRACT

203. COMMENCE - 
Meaning: begin - 
Antonym: CONCLUDE

204. INTENTIONAL - 
Meaning: done on purpose; deliberate - 
Antonym: ACCIDENTAL

205. DETEST - 
Meaning: dislike intensely - 
Antonym: LIKE

206. CROOKED - 
Meaning: bent or twisted out of shape or out of place - 
Antonym: STRAIGHT

207. CURB - 
Meaning: a check or restraint on something - 
Antonym: ALLOW

208. AMPLE - 
Meaning: enough or more than enough; plentiful - 
Antonym: MEAGRE

209. EMERGE - 
Meaning: move out of or away from something and become visible - 
Antonym: DISAPPPEAR

210. MALICIOUS - 
Meaning: characterized by malice; intending or intended to do harm - 
Antonym: BENIGN

211. INHALE -
Meaning: breathe in (air, gas, smoke, etc.) - 
Antonym: EXHALE

212. ALTRUISTIC - 
Meaning: showing a disinterested and selfless concern for the well-being of others; unselfish - 
Antonym: SELFISH

213. KNACK - 
Meaning: an acquired or natural skill at doing something - 
Antonym: INABILITY

214. ENCOURAGED - 
Meaning: give support, confidence, or hope to (someone) - 
Antonym: DISCOURAGED

215. OBSTURCT - 
Meaning: block (an opening, path, road, etc.); be or get in the way of. - 
Antonym: CLEAR

216. DOLEFUL - 
Meaning: expressing sorrow; mournful - 
Antonym: CHEERFUL

217. AGGRESSIVE -

200 अंग्रेजी विलोम

These antonyms are very good for all exams like SBI, IBPS, CLAT, NIC, LIC,  BBA and all exams where a candidate's English is tested. 

1. HARMONY -

Meaning: the state of being in agreement or concord 
Antonym: STRIFE

2.  FETTER -
Meaning: restrain with chains or manacles, typically around the ankles
Antonym: LIBERATE

3. PARSIMONIOUS -
Meaning: very unwilling to spend money or use resources -
Antonym: EXTRAVAGANT

4. DENSE - 
Meaning: closely compacted in substance 
Antonym: SPARSE

5. OSTRACISE - 
Meaning: exclude from a society or group
Antonym: - WELCOME

6. LAMENT - 
Meaning: a passionate expression of grief or sorrow / a complaint
Antonym:- REJOICE

7. MUTILATE - 
Meaning: inflict a violent and disfiguring injury on
Antonym:- MEND

8. RELUCTANTLY - 
Meaning: with hesitation, doubt or dread 
Antonym:- WILLINGLY

9. MYTH - 
Meaning: a widely held but false belief or idea
Antonym: - FACT

10. CONCILIATION - 
Meaning: the action of stopping someone being angry / placation 
Antonym: - CONFRONTATION

11. AFFLUENT -
Meaning: having a great deal of money (especially of a group or area) / wealthy -
Antonym: POOR

12. ERUDITE -
Meaning: having or showing great knowledge or learning - 
Antonym: UNSCHOLARLY

13. COAX -
Meaning: persuade (someone) gradually or gently to do something - 
Antonym: DISSUADE

14. ALTERCATION - 
Meaning: a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public - 
Anto nym:COMPROMISE

15. ANIMOSITY - 
Meaning: strong hostility -
Antonym: LOVE

16. RATIFICATION - 
Meaning: official way to confirm something, usually by vote 
Antonym: - DISAPPROVAL

17. ROUGH - 
Meaning: having an uneven or irregular surface / not smooth or level
Antonym:- SMOOTH

18. IMPERTINENT - 
Meaning: not showing proper respect / rude
Antonym:  - RESPECTFUL

19. FALLIABLE - 
Meaning: capable of making mistakes or being wrong
Antonym:  - UNERRING

20. PAROCHIAL - 
Meaning: having a limited or narrow outlook or scope 
Antonym: - GLOBAL


21. AUTONOMY- 
Meaning: freedom from external control or influence / independence
 Antonym: - DEPENDENCE

22. AFFIRM -
Meaning: accept or confirm the validity of (a judgement or agreement); ratify
Antonym:  - REFUSE

23. CONFORMITY - 
Meaning: compliance with standards, rules, or laws
 Antonym: - DEVIATION

24. CRITICISE - 
Meaning: indicate the faults of (someone or something) in a disapproving way
Antonym:  - COMMEND

25. FACILITATE - 
Meaning: make (an action or process) easy or easier
 Antonym: - HINDER

26. CULPABLE - 
Meaning: deserving blame - 
Antonym: BLAMELESS

27. NADIR - 
Meaning: the lowest or most unsuccessful point in a situation
Antonym:  - ZENITH

28. CANDID -
Meaning: truthful and straightforward /frank -
Antonym: DEVIOUS

29. INQUISITIVE - 
Meaning: having or showing an interest in learning things / curious -
Antonym:  INDIFFERENT

30. EXODUS 
Meaning: -a mass departure of people - 
Antonym: INFLUX

31. ADMONISH -
Meaning: reprimand firmly - 
Antonym: PRAISE

32. PREDILECTION - 
Meaning: a preference or special liking for something /a bias in favour of something -
Antonym: DISLIKE

33. PROTEAN - 
Meaning: tending or able to change frequently or easily - 
Antonym: UNCHANGING

34. IN TOTO - 
Meaning: as a whole - 
Antonym: PARTIALLY

35. DESPAIR - 
Meaning: the complete loss or absence of hope -
Antonym: HOPE

36. ARID -
Meaning: having little or no rain / too dry or barren to support vegetation - 
Antonym: WET

37. CURTAIL - 
Meaning: reduce in extent or quantity / impose a restriction on -
Antonym: ENLARGE

38. CONVICTED - 
Meaning: 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 -
Antonym: ACQUITED

39. MIGRATE - 
Meaning: move from one region or habitat to another according to the seasons or conditions
Antonym: - RETURN

40. ABUNDANCE - 
Meaning: a very large quantity of something - 
Antonym: SCARCITY


41. ARROGANT - 
Meaning: having or revealing an exaggerated sense of one's own importance or abilities -
Antonym: MODEST

42. AUDACIOUS - 
Meaning: showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks - 
Antonym: COWARDLY

43. FUTILE - 
Meaning: incapable of producing any useful result / pointless -
Antonym: WORTHY

44. ALIEN -
Meaning: belonging to a foreign country -
Antonym: NATIVE

45. APPARENT - 
Meaning: clearly visible or understood / obvious - 
Antonym: HIDDEN


46. MYOPIC - 
Meaning: short-sighted -
Antonym: FARSIGHTED

47. OBSTINATE -
Meaning: stubbornly refusing to change one's opinion or chosen course of action, despite attempts to persuade one to do so - 
Antonym: CONFUSED

48. MOURNFUL - 
Meaning: feeling, expressing, or inducing sadness, regret, or grief - 
Antonym: JOYOUS

49. PANICKY - 
Meaning: a sudden overwhelming fear, with or without cause, that produces hysterical or irrational behavior, and that often spreads quickly through a group of persons or animals -
Antonym: CALM

50. GENTLEMAN - 
Meaning: a chivalrous, courteous, or honourable man - 
Antonym: BOOR

51. ANXIOUS - 
Meaning: feeling or showing worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome - 
Antonym: CALM

52. PHILANTHROPIST - 
Meaning: a person who seeks to promote the welfare of others, especially by the generous donation of money to good causes - 
Antonym: MISER

53. INTELLIGIBLE -
Meaning: able to be understood / comprehensible - 
Antonym: CONFUSED

54. LOQUACIOUS - 
Meaning: tending to talk a great deal / talkative - 
Antonym: BASHFUL

55. CUMBERSOME - 
Meaning: large or heavy and therefore difficult to carry or use / unwieldy -
Antonym: CONVENIENT

56. EVIDENT - 
Meaning: clearly seen or understood / obvious - 
Antonym: OBSCURE

57. SUBLIME - 
Meaning: of very great excellence or beauty - 
Antonym: INFERIOR

58. LACKADAISICAL -
Meaning: lacking enthusiasm and determination; carelessly lazy - 
Antonym: ENTHUSIAIATIC

59. CURSORY -
Meaning: hasty and therefore not thorough or detailed - 
Antonym: THOROUGH

60. INSOLENT - 
Meaning: showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect - 
Antonym: HUMBLE

61. CAPRICIOUS - 
Meaning: changing according to no discernible rules; unpredictable - 
Antonym: FIRM

62. ELEGANCE -
Meaning: the quality of being graceful and stylish in appearance or manner -
Antonym: VULGARITY

63. HANDY - 
Meaning: convenient to handle or use; useful - 
Antonym: CUMBERSOME

64. ENCOUNTERED -
Meaning: unexpectedly be faced with or experience (something hostile or difficult) /meet (someone) unexpectedly - 
Antonym: AVOIDED

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

66. DISTANT - 
Meaning: far away in space or time - 
Antonym: CLOSE

67. EXHAUST -
Meaning: make (someone) feel very tired - 
Antonym: INVIGORATES

68. MINIATURE -
Meaning: very small of its kind - 
Antonym: LARGE

69. INTEGRATION - 
Meaning: the action, process, or result of combining or uniting - 
Antonym: FRAGMENTATION

70. OMIT - 
Meaning: leave out or exclude (someone or something), either intentionally or forgetfully -
Antonym: INCLUDE

71. CANDID -
Meaning: truthful and straightforward; frank - 
Antonym: CUNNING

72. PRECISE - 
Meaning: marked by exactness and accuracy of expression or detail - 
Antonym: VAGUE

73. RETICENT - 
Meaning: not revealing one's thoughts or feelings readily - 
Antonym: COMMUNICATIVE

74. AGONY - 
Meaning: extreme physical or mental suffering. - 
Antonym: PLEASURE

75. AGREEMENT - 
Meaning: harmony or accordance in opinion or feeling / a negotiated and typically legally binding arrangement between parties as to a course of action - 
Antonym: DISCORD

76. AFFLUENCE - 
Meaning: the state of having a great deal of money; wealth - 
Antonym: POVERTY

77. CURTAIL -
Meaning: reduce in extent or quantity; impose a restriction on - 
Antonym: RESUME

78. AFFIRMATION - 
Meaning: the action or process of affirming something -
Antonym: DENIAL

79. CONCISE -
Meaning: giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words; brief but comprehensive -
Antonym: LENGTHY

80. PRUDENT - 
Meaning: acting with or showing care and thought for the future - 
Antonym: UNWISE

81. DESPISE -
Meaning: feel contempt or a deep repugnance for - 
Antonym: ADMIRE

82. GRUESOME -
Meaning: causing repulsion or horror; grisly - 
Antonym: GRACIOUS

83. CHARMING - 
Meaning: very pleasant or attractive - 
Antonym: REPULSIVE

84. HARASS - 
Meaning: subject to aggressive pressure or intimidation - 
Antonym: RELIEVE

85. ABUNDANT - 
Meaning: existing or available in large quantities; plentiful 
Antonym: - MEAGRE

86. ENIGMATIC - 
Meaning: difficult to interpret or understand; mysterious
 Antonym: - SIMPLE

87. CALLOUS - 
Meaning: showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others 
Antonym: - SENSITIVE

88. ILLICIT - 
Meaning: forbidden by law, rules, or custom
Antonym:  - LAWFUL

89. GIGANTIC - 
Meaning: of very great size or extent; huge or enormous
Antonym: - TINY

90. ATHEIST -
Meaning: a person who disbelieves or lacks belief in the existence of God or gods. Or an idea -
Antonym: BELIEVER

91. DELUSION - 
Meaning: an idiosyncratic belief or impression maintained despite being contradicted by reality or rational argument, typically as a symptom of mental disorder - 
Antonym: REALITY

92. ELEGANT - 
Meaning: graceful and stylish in appearance or manner -
Antonym: CRUDE

93. OBSCURE -
Meaning: not discovered or known about; uncertain - 
Antonym: CLEAR

94. SUMMIT - 
Meaning: the highest point of a hill or mountain - 
Antonym: BOTTOM

95. CONFORM -
Meaning:  comply with rules, standards, or laws -
Antonym: DIFFER

96. FLOURISH - 
Meaning: grow or develop in a healthy or vigorous way, especially as the result of a particularly congenial environment - Antonym: DEGENERATE

97. MONOTONOUS - 
Meaning: dull, tedious, and repetitious; lacking in variety and interest - 
Antonym: INTERSTING

98. LATENT - 
Meaning: existing but not yet developed or manifest; hidden or concealed -
Antonym: OBVIOUS

99. EPHERMAL - 
Meaning: lasting for a very short time - 
Antonym: ETERNAL

100. OBSCENE - 
Meaning: offensive or disgusting by accepted standards of morality and decency -
Antonym: DECENT

101. ORTHODOX - 
Meaning: following or conforming to the traditional or generally accepted rules or beliefs of a religion, philosophy, or practice - 
Antonym: HERETICAL

102. SUBSEQUENT - 
Meaning: coming after something in time; following - 
Antonym: PRIOR

103. FIENDISH - 
Meaning: extremely cruel or unpleasant - 
Antonym: FRIENDLY

104. EXTINCT - 
Meaning: having no living members
Antonym: - ALIVE

105. SOBRIETY -
Meaning: the state of not being under the influence of alcohol - 
Antonym: DRUNKENESS

106. SANGUINE - 
Meaning: optimistic or positive, especially in an apparently bad or difficult situation -
Antonym: HOPELESS

107. IDIOSYNCARCY -
Meaning: a mode of behaviour or way of thought peculiar to an individual -
Antonym: GENERALITY

108. REBELLION - 
Meaning: an act of armed resistance to an established government or leader -
Antonym: SUBMISSION

109. LOOSEN -
Meaning: make (something tied, fastened, or fixed in place) less tight or firm - 
Antonym: FASTEN

110. SUPRESS - 
Meaning: forcibly put an end to - 
Antonym: INCITE

111. FAR-FETCHED - 
Meaning: unlikely and unconvincing; implausible - 
Antonym: REALISTIC

112. SHIMMERING - 
Meaning: shine with a soft, slightly wavering light -
Antonym: GLOOMY

113. DESECRATION - 
Meaning: the action of desecrating something - 
Antonym: CONSECRATION

114. ZEAL -
Meaning: great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an objective - 
Antonym: APATHY

115. EXCEPTIONAL -
Meaning: unusual; not typical - 
Antonym: COMMON

116. ENLIGHTEN - 
Meaning: give (someone) greater knowledge and understanding about a subject or
Antonym: situation - BEFOG

117. ADVANCED -
Meaning: far on or ahead in development or progress - 
Antonym: RETARDED

118. MELODIOUS - 
Meaning: pleasant-sounding - 
Antonym: ODIOUS

119. NIGGARDLY - 
Meaning: ungenerous with money, time, etc.; mean - 
Antonym: LAVISHLY

120. TAKES OFF – 
Meaning: takes off - 
Antonym: LANDS

121. ECCENTRICITY - 
Meaning: deviation -
Antonym: NORMALCY

122. SUBLIME - 
Meaning: of very great excellence or beauty - 
Antonym: LUDICROUS

123. TIMOROUS -
Meaning: showing or suffering from nervousness or a lack of confidence - 
Antonym: BOLD

124. BREADTH -
Meaning: the distance or measurement from side to side of something; width -
Antonym: NARROWNESS

125. HOSTILE -
Meaning: showing or feeling opposition or dislike; unfriendly - 
Antonym: FRIENDLY

126. IMPROMPTU - 
Meaning: done without being planned or rehearsed - 
Antonym: PREMEDITATED

127. DEMENTED - 
Meaning: behaving irrationally due to anger, distress, or excitement - 
Antonym: SENSIBLE

128. INCONGRUOUS - 
Meaning: not in harmony or keeping with the surroundings or other aspects ofsomething - 
Antonym: HARMONIOUS

129. INSERT -
Meaning: place, fit, or push (something) into something else - 
Antonym: EXTRACT

130. SURVIVAL - 
Meaning: the state or fact of continuing to live or exist, typically in spite of an accident, ordeal, or difficult circumstances - 
Antonym: EXTINCTION

131. APPARENT - 
Meaning: clearly visible or understood; obvious - 
Antonym: AMBIGUOUS

132. PACIFY - 
Meaning: quell the anger, agitation, or excitement of - 
Antonym: ENRAGE

133. APPRECIATION - 
Meaning: recognition and enjoyment of the good qualities of someone or something - 
Antonym: ANTIPATHY

134. JADE - 
Meaning: a hard, typically green stone used for ornaments and implements and consisting of the minerals jadeite or nephrite - 
Antonym: CHEER

135. APPLAUD -
Meaning: show strong approval of (a person or action) - 
Antonym: CENSURE

136. CURTAIL -
Meaning: reduce in extent or quantity; impose a restriction on - 
Antonym: LENGTHEN

137. JEST -
Meaning: a thing said or done for amusement; a joke -
Antonym: GRAVITY

138. APALLING - 
Meaning: horrifying; shocking - 
Antonym: CONSOLING

139. REPEL - 
Meaning: drive or force (an attack or attacker) back or away - 
Antonym: ATTRACT

140. APOCRYPHAL - 
Meaning: of doubtful authenticity(of a story or statement), although widely circulated as being true- 
Antonym: AUTHENTIC

141. RUEFULLY - 
Meaning: causing sorrow or pity; pitiable; deplorable - 
Antonym: CHEERFULLY

142. AFFABLE -
Meaning: friendly, good-natured, or easy to talk to - 
Antonym: SURLY

143. ABBERATTION -
Meaning: a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typically an unwelcome one - 
Antonym: NORMALITY

144. EMANCIATED - 
Meaning: abnormally thin or weak, especially because of illness or a lack of food -
Antonym: HEALTHY

145. EXASPERATING - 
Meaning: intensely irritating; infuriating 
Antonym: - SOOTHING

146. AMPLE - 
Meaning: enough or more than enough; plentiful - 
Antonym: MEAGRE

147. LATENT - 
Meaning: existing but not yet developed or manifest; hidden or concealed - 
Antonym: EVIDENT

148. CAMOUFLAGE - 
Meaning: hide or disguise the presence of (a person, animal, or object) -
Antonym: REVEAL

149. DORMANT -
Meaning: temporarily inactive -
Antonym: ACTIVE

150. SALIENT - 
Meaning: most noticeable or important - 
Antonym: INSIGNIFICANT

151. AFFLUENCE -
Meaning: the state of having a great deal of money; wealth - 
Antonym: POVERTY

152. INQUISITIVE -
Meaning: having or showing an interest in learning things; curious -
Antonym: UNCONCERNED

153. TREACHEROUS - 
Meaning: guilty of or involving betrayal or deception - 
Antonym: FAITHFUL

154. COMPLY -
Meaning: act in accordance with a wish or command - 
Antonym: CHALLENGE

155. DIMINISH -
Meaning: make or become less - 
Antonym: INCREASE

156. RAPID - 
Meaning: happening in a short time or at a great rate - 
Antonym: SLOW

157. SEVERE -
Meaning: very great(of something bad or undesirable); intense - 
Antonym: MILD

158. REVEAL - 
Meaning: make (previously unknown or secret information) known to others - 
Antonym: HIDE

159. FATIGUED - 
Meaning: cause (someone) to feel exhausted - 
Antonym: ENERGISED

160. AUTONOMY - 
Meaning: freedom from external control or influence / independence -
Antonym: DEPENDENCE

161. INITIATED - 
Meaning: cause (a process or action) to begin - 
Antonym: CONCLUDED

162. FLEXIBLE -
Meaning: able to be easily modified to respond to altered circumstances - 
Antonym: RIGID

163. GENUINE - 
Meaning: truly what something is said to be; authentic - 
Antonym: FAKE

164. CONSENSUS - 
Meaning: a general agreement - 
Antonym: DISAGREEMENT

165. FRUITLESS -
Meaning: failing to achieve the desired results; unproductive or useless -
Antonym: SUCCESSFUL

166. DILIGENT - 
Meaning: having or showing care and conscientiousness in one's work or duties -
Antonym: LAZY

167. ENMITY - 
Meaning: a state or feeling of active opposition or hostility - 
Antonym: AMICABILITY

168. RETAIN - 
Meaning: continue to have (something); keep possession of - 
Antonym: RELEASE

169. GRADUAL - 
Meaning: taking place or progressing slowly or by degrees - 
Antonym: RAPID

170. THOROUGHLY - 
Meaning: to the fullest extent / unquestionably - 
Antonym: SUPERFICIALLY

171. SACRIFICE - 
Meaning: an act of slaughtering an animal or person or surrendering a possession as an offering to a deity - 
Antonym: ACQUIRE

172. EXHAUSTIVE - 
Meaning: including or considering all elements or aspects; fully comprehensive -
Antonym: INCOMPLETE

173. ACQUITTED - 
Meaning: free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty -
Antonym: CONVICTED

174. FICTITIOUS - 
Meaning: not real or true; imaginary or fabricated - 
Antonym: REAL

175. STATIONARY -
Meaning: not moving or not intended to be moved - 
Antonym: MOVING

176. DEVIATE - 
Meaning: depart from an established course or thought or process - 
Antonym: CONCENTRATE

177. CREDIT -
Meaning: the ability of a customer to obtain goods or services before payment, based on the trust that payment will be made in the future / add (an amount of money) to an account -
Antonym: DEBIT

178. AUDACITY - 
Meaning: a willingness to take bold risks - 
Antonym: COWARDICE

179. ROBUST -
Meaning: (of an object) sturdy in construction - 
Antonym: FEEBLE

180. AFFIRM - 
Meaning: state emphatically or publicly - 
Antonym: DISAGREE

181. ORAL - 
Meaning: spoken rather than written; verbal - 
Antonym: WRITTEN

182. HONEST - 
Meaning: free of deceit; truthful and sincere - 
Antonym: CORRUPT

183. ADAMANT -
Meaning: refusing to be persuaded or to change one's mind - 
Antonym: YIELDING

184. COMPULSORY - 
Meaning: required by law or a rule; obligatory - 
Antonym: OPTIONAL

185. TENTATIVE - 
Meaning: not certain or fixed; provisional - 
Antonym: DEFINITE

186. PROMINENT -
Meaning: important; famous - 
Antonym: OBSCURE

187. CORRUPT - 
Meaning: having or showing a willingness to act dishonestly in return for money or personal gain - 
Antonym: HONEST

188. DESTRUCTIVE - 
Meaning: causing great and irreparable damage - 
Antonym: CONSTRUCTIVE

189. BANE - 
Meaning: a cause of great distress or annoyance - 
Antonym: BOON

190. LIBERAL - 
Meaning: willing to respect or accept behaviour or opinions different from one's own; open to new ideas - 
Antonym: INTOLERANT

191. FLOOD - 
Meaning: an overflow of a large amount of water beyond its normal limits, especially over what is normally dry land - 
Antonym: DROUGHT

192. EGOIST - 
Meaning: a self-centered or selfish person (opposed to altruist ) - 
Antonym: SELFLESS

193. DEEP -
Meaning: extending far down from the top or surface - 
Antonym: SHALLOW

194. SLAVE - 
Meaning: a person who is the legal property of another and is forced to obey them -
Antonym: MASTER

195. BEAUTIFUL - 
Meaning: pleasing the senses or mind aesthetically - 
Antonym: UGLY

196. ADMIRATION - 
Meaning: respect and warm approval - 
Antonym: CONTEMPT

197. NOISILY -
Meaning: full of noise - 
Antonym: QUIETLY

198. SUPERFICIAL - 
Meaning: existing or occurring at or on the surface - 
Antonym: GENUINE

199. FRAGILE - 
Meaning: easily broken or damaged - 
Antonym: STRONG

200. HARMONIOUS - 
Meaning: free from disagreement or dissent - 
Antonym: DISCORD

201. PROSPERITY - 
Meaning: the state of being prosperous - 
Antonym: ADVERSITY

202. EXPAND - 
Meaning: become or make larger or more extensive - 
Antonym: CONTRACT

203. COMMENCE - 
Meaning: begin - 
Antonym: CONCLUDE

204. INTENTIONAL - 
Meaning: done on purpose; deliberate - 
Antonym: ACCIDENTAL

205. DETEST - 
Meaning: dislike intensely - 
Antonym: LIKE

206. CROOKED - 
Meaning: bent or twisted out of shape or out of place - 
Antonym: STRAIGHT

207. CURB - 
Meaning: a check or restraint on something - 
Antonym: ALLOW

208. AMPLE - 
Meaning: enough or more than enough; plentiful - 
Antonym: MEAGRE

209. EMERGE - 
Meaning: move out of or away from something and become visible - 
Antonym: DISAPPPEAR

210. MALICIOUS - 
Meaning: characterized by malice; intending or intended to do harm - 
Antonym: BENIGN

211. INHALE -
Meaning: breathe in (air, gas, smoke, etc.) - 
Antonym: EXHALE

212. ALTRUISTIC - 
Meaning: showing a disinterested and selfless concern for the well-being of others; unselfish - 
Antonym: SELFISH

213. KNACK - 
Meaning: an acquired or natural skill at doing something - 
Antonym: INABILITY

214. ENCOURAGED - 
Meaning: give support, confidence, or hope to (someone) - 
Antonym: DISCOURAGED

215. OBSTURCT - 
Meaning: block (an opening, path, road, etc.); be or get in the way of. - 
Antonym: CLEAR

216. DOLEFUL - 
Meaning: expressing sorrow; mournful - 
Antonym: CHEERFUL

217. AGGRESSIVE -
Meaning: ready or likely to attack or confront; characterized by or resulting from aggression - 

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