- GRAPPLE (VERB): wrestle
Synonyms: encounter, attack
Antonyms: avoid, dodge
Example Sentence: Aman is taught to grapple his opponent.
- RELISH (VERB): Cherish
Synonyms: admire, enjoy
Antonyms: dislike, hate
Example Sentence: I relished coffee at cafeteria.
- CONDUCIVE (ADJECTIVE): Useful
Synonyms: contributive, helpful
Antonyms: useless, worthless
Example Sentence: This workbook is very conducive.
- HAIL (VERB): Greet
Synonyms: welcome, salute
Antonyms: dishonor, disparage
Example Sentence: She hailed me so well that I became very much overwhelmed.
- FLAGGING (ADJECTIVE): Languid
Synonyms: fading, dwindling
Antonyms: energized, refreshed
Example Sentence: Sense of winning seems to be flagging in the troops.
- DECELERATE (VERB): Slow down
Synonyms: brake, slow
Antonyms: accelerate, hasten
Example Sentence: She decelerated her car.
- STREAMLINED (ADJECTIVE): Modernized
Synonyms: up-to-date, sleek
Antonyms: coarse, rough
Example Sentence: In the current scenario, streamlined business methods are the best methods.
- RESUSCITATE (VERB): Revive
Synonyms: invigorate, rejuvenate
Antonyms: kill, desiccate
Example Sentence: When my father was on the ventilator, the doctor was unable to resuscitate him.
- ETIOLATE (VERB): Weaken
Synonyms: blanch, diminish
Antonyms: vitalize, fortify
Example Sentence: The long, stressful days etiolated Christen.
- AMENABILITY (NOUN): Complaisance
Synonyms: acquiescence, compliance
Antonyms: disobedience, rebellion
Example Sentence: It’s your amenability to do the given task on time.