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    Vocabulary Words - 29.12.2016

    Vocabulary Words - 29.12.2016
    1. REPRESS (NOUN): Apprehension

    Synonyms: anxiety, worry 

     Antonyms: assurance, composure

    Example Sentence:

    She had some kind of trepidation in her mind.

    2.NONCHALANT (ADJECTIVE):Indifferent

    Synonyms: insouciant, disinterested

    Antonyms:concerned, anxious

    Example Sentence:

    Genelia is a nonchalant girl.

    3. ERUDITE (ADJECTIVE):Scholarly

    Synonyms: educated, learned 

    Antonyms: unintellectual, absent-minded

    Example Sentence:

    Ella is one of the erudite students of the class.

    4. UNIMPEACHMENT (ADJECTIVE):Irreproachable

    Synonyms: Blameless. Impeccable

    Antonyms: Impeachable, culpable

    Example Sentence:

    He is a man with unimpeachable.

    5. UNTOWARD (ADJECTIVE):Inappropriate

    Synonyms: unexpected, unanticipated 

     Antonyms: appropriate, anticipated

    Example Sentence:

    Let us take a pledge that no untowardevent will disturb this meeting.

    6. GUZZLE (VERB):Drink down fast

    Synonyms: gulp, swig

    Antonyms: abstain, sip

    Example Sentence:

    James would guzzle his ale.

    7.TRAMP (NOUN):Vagrant

    Synonyms: vagabond, derelict

    Antonyms:resident, local

    Example Sentence:

    Carlotta is the leader of a gang of tramps.

    8. ARSON (NOUN): Intentional burning

    Synonyms: pyromania, incendiarism 

     Antonyms:fireproof, douse

    Example Sentence:

    There were many motives for arson.

    9. BALMY (ADJECTIVE): Comfortable with respect to weather

    Synonyms: moist, gentle

    Antonyms: violent, harsh

    Example Sentence:

    Stella noticed that air was balmy that night.

    10. DUMBFOUND (VERB): Astound

    Synonyms: astonish, flabbergast 

     Antonyms:clarify, clear up

    Example Sentence:

    Norah was dumbfounded at his performance.

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