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Fraught Adjective : causing or affected by anxiety or stress, filled with something undesirable Synonym: charge, filled, replete Antonym: calm Sentence: For a company running into huge losses, it is fraught with danger to introduce new products in the market.

Dormant adjective : Having normal physical functions suspended or slowed down for a period of time; in or as if in a deep sleep. Synonym: Sleeping, slumbering, resting, Antonym: Active, alert, awake Sentence: Grass turning brown is actually a defence mechanism, which allows them to lie dormant until rains revive them.

Dismantle verb : Take a machine or structure to pieces. Adept adjective : Very skilled or proficient at something Synonym: Capable, deft, proficient, skilled Antonym: Incapable, incompetent, ignorant Sentence: Cassel adept at learning on the fly.

Impute verb : Represent something, especially something undesirable as being done or possessed by someone. Synonym: Assign, blame, lay Antonym: Defend, guard, help, protect Sentence: India is committed to respect the religious and cultural beliefs of its people and it will be inappropriate to impute any other considerations to this decision.

Reliant Adjective : having or showing dependence on something Synonyms: Confident, Dependent, susceptible, subservient Antonyms: Disbelieve, Disregard, Ignore Sentence: The whole team is too much reliant on the skipper to score runs in the slog over of a match. Pretence noun : An attempt to make something that is not the case appears true. Synonyms: Putting on an act, faking.

Antonyms: Reality, honesty. Sentence: Police in Tamale has charged the headmaster of Prince of Peace International school with defrauding by false pretences. Robust Adjective : Sturdy in construction in case of objects ; strong and rich in flavor and smell in case of wine or food Synonyms: Durable, Resilient, tough, strong, long-lasting Antonyms: Fickle, weak, frail, insipid, tasteless Sentence: They have put in place a very robust mechanism in order to detect any kind of fraud in the system.

Quintessential adjective : Representing the most perfect or typical example of a quality or class. Defer — prolong, suspend accelerate, expedite Dedicate — devote, consecrate refuse, negate Decipher — interpret, reveal misinterpret, distort Deceit — deception, artifice veracity, sincerity Decay — collapse, decompose flourish, progress Dainty — elegant, delicate clumsy, coarse Evident — obvious, apparent obscure, concealed Evade — avoid, elude acknowledge, confront Eternal — perpetual, endless temporary, momentary Esteem — respect, regard ridicule, spurn Eradicate — destroy, exterminate secure, plant Equivocal — uncertain, hazy obvious, lucid Epitome — precise, example increment, expansion Enormous — colossal, mammoth diminutive, negligible Endeavour — undertake, aspire cease, quit Encumbrance — hindrance, obstacle incentive, stimulant Eloquence — expression, fluency halting, stammering Eliminate — expel, oust restore, accept Elevate — dignify, heighten deprecate, denounce Efface — destroy, obliterate retain, maintain Ecstasy — delight, exultation despair, calamity, depression Eccentric — strange, abnormal natural, conventional Fabricate — construct, produce destroy, dismantle Frugality — economy, providence lavishness, extravagance Frivolous — petty, worthless solemn, significant Frantic — violent, agitated subdued, gentle Fragile — weak, infirm enduring, tough Forsake — desert, renounce hold maintain Fluctuate — deflect, vacillate stabilise, resolve Flimsy — trifling, transparent firm, tenacious Fleeting — transient, temporary enduring, eternal Feud — strife, quarrel fraternity, harmony Ferocious — cruel, fierce gentle, sympathetic Feeble — weak, frail strong, robust Fantastic — fanciful, uncommon ordinary, normal Fanatical — narrow-minded, biased liberal, tolerant Falter — stumble, demur persist, endure Fallacy — delusion, mistake veracity, truth Guile — cunning, deceit honesty, frankness Grudge — hatred, aversion benevolence, affection Grisly — disgusting, atrocious pleasing, attractive Gracious — courteous, beneficent rude, unforgiving Gorgeous — magnificent, dazzling dull, unpretentious Glut — stuff, satiate starve, abstain Gloom — obscurity, darkness delight, mirth Hypocrisy — deception, affectation sincerity, honesty Hideous — frightful, shocking attractive, alluring Heretic — non-conformist, secularist conformable, religious Hazard — Peril, danger conviction, security Haughty — arrogant, pompous humble, submissive Harass — irritate, molest assist, comfort Hapless — unfortunate, ill-fated fortunate, lucky Haphazard — random, unsorted considered, arranged Hamper — retard, prevent promote, facilitate Irrepressible — irresistible, unconfined composed, hesitant Invincible — unconquerable, impregnable effeminate, languid Intricate — tangled, complicated regulated, orderly Intrigue — scheme, conspiracy candour, sincerity Intrinsic — genuine, fundamental extraneous, incidental Invective — accusation, censure approval, acclamation Instil — inculcate, inject eradicate, extract Insolvent — indigent, destitute wealthy, solvent Insipid — tasteless, vapid delicious, luscious Insinuate — allude, hint conceal, camouflage Ingenuous — undisguised, naive wily, crafty Infringe — violate, encroach comply, concur Inevitable — unavoidable, ascertained unlikely, doubtful Incongruous — inappropriate, absurd compatible, harmonious Incompetent — inefficient, unskilled dexterous, skilled Inclination — disposition, affection disinclination, indifference Impute — attribute, ascribe exculpate, support Impious — irreligious, unholy pious, devout Impediment — hurdle, obstruction assistance, concurrence Impartial — just, unbiased prejudiced, biased Impair — diminish, deteriorate restore, revive Normally, he raise would sound terrible to us.

Consistent: The staff are deciding how they want to vote. Adversity — misfortune, calamity prosperity, fortune Harass — irritate, molest assist, comfort Judicious — thoughtful, prudent irrational, foolish Gorgeous — magnificent, dazzling dull, unpretentious

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