English Vocabulary with Synonyms and Antonyms – 14 February

By | February 15, 2018

Daily Vocabulary (14 Feb 2018 ) : 5 Words
1. RAMBUNCTIOUS (ADJECTIVE): loud, energetic
Synonyms: boisterous, noisy
Antonyms: calm, quiet
Example Sentence: It was a rambunctious party.

2. VIRTUOSO (NOUN): person who is an expert
Synonyms: prodigy, adept
Antonyms: amateur, ignoramus
Example Sentence: He is a virtuoso in painting.

3. WHEEDLE (VERB): flatter
Synonyms: cajole, coax
Antonyms: disgust, bully
Example Sentence: To wheedle your boss is not a solution of every problem.

4. FEUD (VERB): quarrel
Synonyms: fight, bicker
Antonyms: agree, socialize
Example Sentence: He feuded unnecessarily with his friends

5. FANATICAL (ADJECTIVE): narrow minded
Synonyms: orthodox, biased
Antonyms: liberal, unprejudiced
Example Sentence: In old days most of the people had fanatical thinking.


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