Synonyms: dishonour, slander Antonyms: honour, praise
2. BLEARY (ADJECTIVE): Blurred
Synonyms: dim, dull Antonyms: bright, clear
The day begins with a bleary view of my world.
3. BOUNTEOUS (ADJECTIVE): Abundant
Synonyms: abounding, ample Antonyms: insufficient, meager
I thank all of you for your bounteous hospitality.
4. BRAGGART (ADJECTIVE): Boaster
Synonyms: blatherskite, bragger Antonyms: sober, laconic
The braggart was unaware of the changes in the law.
5. FECKLESS (ADJECTIVE): Aimless
Synonyms: carefree, careless Antonyms: competent, effectual
Being a feckless person, you can never achieve happiness.
6. BAWDY (ADJECTIVE): lewd
Synonyms: obscene, indecent Antonyms: decent, moral
The temple is certainly not the place for your bawdy remarks.
7. BEDRAGGLE (VERB): Jade
Synonyms: exhaust, disable Antonyms: invigorate, strengthen
He was so bedraggled by the ceaseless rain that He couldn't start his journey.
8. DENIGRATE (ADJECTIVE): Defame
Synonyms: calumniate, malign Antonyms: Extol, eulogize
The member of the party denigrated the P.M.
9. CEREBRATE (VERB): cogitate
Synonyms: contemplate, ratiocinate Antonyms: disregard, ignore
The chief cerebrated the merger of the two political parties.
10. EXPOSTULATE (VERB): dissuade
Synonyms: argue, oppose Antonyms: accede, agree
She expostulated the offer.