1. FECUND (ADJECTIVE): Productive
Synonyms: fertile, proliferant
Antonyms: sterile, impotent
The fecund teacher knew he had to find a way to fix the failure of the students.
2. ADORN (VERB): Beautify
Synonyms: bedeck, decorate Antonyms: uglify, disfigure
She likes to adorn her notes.
3. ADULATION (NOUN): Applause
Synonyms: blandishment , commendation Antonyms: abuse, criticism
I find pleasure in their adulation.
4. FEIGN (VERB): Pretend
Synonyms: bluff, simulate Antonyms: be honest, be true
Cathie drew her brows down to feign a stern expression.
5. FELICITOUS (ADJECTIVE): Apropos
Synonyms: appropriate, propitious Antonyms: unsuitable, infelicitous
The felicitous music made Garima happy.
6. AGNOSTIC (NOUN): Skeptic
Synonyms: doubter, unbeliever Antonyms: believer, adherent
If a person doubts his religion, he might have become agnostic.
7. ADVENT (NOUN): Onset
Synonyms: arrival, coming Antonyms: departure, leaving
The advent of drones is in a new era for music.
8. AGILITY (NOUN): Swiftness
Synonyms: quickness, dexterity Antonyms: clumsiness, sluggishness
The man battled with speed and agility that left Natalie breathless.
9. FEINT (NOUN): Ruse
Synonyms: pretense, artifice Antonyms: reality, honesty
Mary tried to hide it, but she did a very feint smile.
10. AGHAST (ADJECTIVE): Appalled
Synonyms: awestruck, agog Antonyms: unsurprised, composed
Christina was aghast at his question.