1. IMPUTE (VERB): to put blame on
Synonyms: charge, blame
Antonyms: exonerate, defend
It is unfair to impute blame to the employees.
2. VIABILITY (NOUN): practicability
Synonyms: enthusiasm, zest Antonyms: dullness, apathy
The viability of Financial Inclusion business is under question, because while banks and their delivery partners continue to make investment, they haven’t seen commensurate returns.
3. REVERENT (ADJECTIVE): showing great respect
Synonyms: appreciative, solemn Antonyms: impolite, rude
A reverent silence followed the professor's lecture.
4. INSULATE (VERB): to protect from negative impact
Synonyms: seclude, shield Antonyms: join, mingle
We insulated our attic to keep out the cold.
5. INTERWIND (VERB): twist around
Synonyms: associate, entwine Antonyms: untwine, untwist
Circumstances will often interwind with the moods of simply irritated men.
6. OUST (VERB): to drive out of power
Synonyms: depose, dethrone Antonyms: hire, retain
The leaders have been ousted from power by nationalists.
7. INSTINCTIVE (ADJECTIVE): without any deliberation
Synonyms: impulsive, congenital Antonyms: deliberate, extrinsic
It's an instinctive reaction, if a child falls you pick it up.
8. MONSTROUS (ADJECTIVE): very unfair
Synonyms: unnatural, shocking Antonyms: acceptable, pleasant
The last statement was long considered so monstrous that it was not believed.
9. BRUTISH (ADJECTIVE): cruel and uncivilized
Synonyms: beastlike, carnal Antonyms: gentle, mild
Danish is a handsome boy but his brutish behavior defames his character.
10. CRIPPLE (VERB): to maim
Synonyms: debilitate, attenuate Antonyms: mobilize, capacitate
A total cut-off of supplies would cripple the country's economy.a