1. SERRATED (ADJECTIVE): jagged
Synonyms: indented, notched Antonyms: plain, smooth
2. SEDIMENT (NOUN): debris
Synonyms: silt, trash Antonyms: possessions, whole
A very large quantity of sediment is rapidly filling the pits on the road.
3. SERVILE (ADJECTIVE): subservient
Synonyms: grovelling, ignoble Antonyms: aggressive, dominant
He insisted his wife to carry an umbrella and follow him around in a servile manner.
4. SEMBLANCE (NOUN): pretence
Synonyms: veneer, analogy Antonyms: difference, unlikeness
Even though she was nervous during my presentation, she tried to project a semblance of calmness while speaking.
5. SEVER (VERB): abandon
Synonyms: break off, separate Antonyms: combine, unite
The teacher told that the predators have teeth designed to sever their prey when they need food to eat.
6. SALUTARY (ADJECTIVE): healthy
Synonyms: nutritious, nourishing Antonyms: unhealthy, diseased
My mother told me that the vitamins have had a salutary influence on John by giving him more energy.
7. SATIATE (VERB): gratify
Synonyms: indulge, nauseate Antonyms: deprive, dissatisfy
The chef said that appetizers alone will not satiate dinner guests who are expecting a complete meal.
8. QUAFF (VERB): gulp
Synonyms: guzzle, imbibe Antonyms: eject, evict
My sister always has to quaff a pot of cold coffee before leaving for work.
9. PREEN (VERB): beautify
Synonyms: groom, clean Antonyms: stained, unkempt
The model asked for a mirror so that she could preen herself in between each take.
10. PRECIPITOUS (ADJECTIVE): steep
Synonyms: craggy, sharp Antonyms: gradual, flat
It is a precipitous slope.