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Antonyms Quiz – Practice Sets

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Antonyms Quiz – Practice Sets

shape Introduction

An Antonym is a word or phrase whose meaning is the opposite of another word or phrase. For example: One of the antonyms of CLOSE is OPEN. Antonyms are one of the frequently appearing topics in competitive exams. Antonyms Quiz Practice Sets are a list of few selected antonyms that have frequently appeared in several competitive exams.


shape Antonyms

Word Meaning Antonyms
HARMONY
SO (AUDIT), 1997
The state of being in agreement or concord STRIFE
FETTER
SO (AUDIT), 1997
Restrain with chains or manacles, typically around the ankles LIBERATE
PARSIMONIOUS
SO (AUDIT), 1997
Very unwilling to spend money or use resources EXTRAAVAGANT
DENSE
SO(AUDIT), 1997
Closely compacted in substance SPARSE
OSTRACISE
SO (AUDIT), 1997
Exclude from a society or group WELCOME
LAMENT
SO (AUDIT), 2001
A passionate expression of grief or sorrow / a complaint REJOICE
MUTILATE
SO (AUDIT), 2001
Inflict a violent and disfiguring injury on MEND
RELUCTANTLY
SO (AUDIT), 2001
With hesitation, doubt or dread WILLINGLY
MYTH
SO (AUDIT), 2001
A widely held but false belief or idea FACT
CONCILIATION
SO (AUDIT), 2001
The action of stopping someone being angry / placation CONFRONTATION

Word Meaning Antonyms
AFFLUENT
SO (AUDIT), 2003
Having a great deal of money (especially of a group or area) / wealthy POOR
ERUDITE
SO (AUDIT), 2003
Having or showing great knowledge or learning UNSCHOLARLY
COAX
SO (AUDIT), 2003
Persuade (someone) gradually or gently to do something DISSUADE
ALTERCATION
SO (AUDIT), 2003
A noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public COMPROMISE
ANIMOSITY
SO (AUDIT), 2003
Strong hostility LOVE
RATIFICATION
SO (AUDIT), 2003
Official way to confirm something, usually by vote DISAPPROVAL
ROUGH
SO (AUDIT), 2003
Having an uneven or irregular surface / not smooth or level SMOOTH
IMPERTINENT
SO (AUDIT), 2003
Not showing proper respect / rude RESPECTFUL
FALLIABLE
SO (AUDIT), 2003
Capable of making mistakes or being wrong UNERRING
PAROCHIAL
SO (AUDIT), 2003
Having a limited or narrow outlook or scope GLOBAL

Word Meaning Antonyms
AUTONOMY
SO (AUDIT), 2005
Freedom from external control or influence / independence DEPENDENCE
AFFIRM
SO (AUDIT), 2005
Accept or confirm the validity of (a judgement or agreement) / Ratify REFUSE
CONFORMITY
SO (AUDIT), 2005
Compliance with standards, rules, or laws DEVIATION
CRITICISE
SO (AUDIT), 2005
Indicate the faults of (someone or something) in a disapproving way COMMEND
FACILITATE
SO (AUDIT), 2005
Make (an action or process) easy or easier HINDER
CULPABLE
SO (AUDIT), 2005
Deserving blame BLAMELESS
NADIR
SO (AUDIT), 2005
The lowest or most unsuccessful point in a situation ZENITH
CANDID
SO (AUDIT), 2005
Truthful and straightforward /frank DEVIOUS
INQUISITIVE
SO (AUDIT), 2005
Having or showing an interest in learning things / Curious INDIFFERENT
EXODUS
SO (AUDIT), 2005
A mass departure of people INFLUX

Word Meaning Antonyms
ADMONISH
SO (AUDIT), 2006
Reprimand firmly PRAISE
PREDILECTION
SO (AUDIT), 2006
A preference or special liking for something /A bias in favour of something DISLIKE
PROTEAN
SO (AUDIT), 2006
Tending or able to change frequently or easily UNCHANGING
IN TOTO
SO (AUDIT), 2006
As a whole PARTIALLY
DESPAIR
SO (AUDIT), 2006
The complete loss or absence of hope HOPE
ARID
SO (AUDIT), 2006
Having little or no rain / too dry or barren to support vegetation WET
CURTAIL
SO (AUDIT), 2006
Reduce in extent or quantity / impose a restriction on ENLARGE
CONVICTED
SO (AUDIT), 2006
Declare (someone) to be guilty of a criminal offence by the verdict of a jury or
the decision of a judge in a court of law
ACQUITTED
MIGRATE
SO (AUDIT), 2006
Move from one region or habitat to another according to the seasons or
conditions
RETURN
ABUNDANCE
SO (AUDIT), 2006
A very large quantity of something SCARCITY

Word Meaning Antonyms
ARROGANT
SO (AUDIT), 2008
Having or revealing an exaggerated sense of one’s own importance or abilities MODEST
AUDACIOUS
SO (AUDIT), 2008
Showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks COWARDLY
FUTILE
SO (AUDIT), 2008
Incapable of producing any useful result / pointless WORTHY
ALIEN
SO (AUDIT), 2008
Belonging to a foreign country NATIVE
APPARENT
SO (AUDIT), 2008
Clearly visible or understood / obvious HIDDEN
MYOPIC
SO (CA), 2005
Short-sighted FARSIGHTED
OBSTINATE
SO (CA), 2005
Stubbornly refusing to change one’s opinion or chosen course of action, despite
attempts to persuade one to do so
CONFUSED
MOURNFUL
SO (CA), 2005
Feeling, expressing, or inducing sadness, regret, or grief JOYOUS
PANICKY
SO (CA), 2005
A sudden overwhelming fear, with or without cause, that produces hysterical or
irrational behavior and that often spreads quickly through a group of persons or animals
CALM
GENTLEMAN
SO (CA), 2005
A chivalrous, courteous, or honourable man BOOR

Word Meaning Antonyms
ANXIOUS
SO (CA), 2006
Feeling or showing worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an
uncertain outcome
CALM
PHILANTHROPIST
SO (CA), 2006
A person who seeks to promote the welfare of others, especially by the
generous donation of money to good causes
MISER
INTELLIGIBLE
SO (CA), 2006
Able to be understood / comprehensible CONFUSED
LOQUACIOUS
SO (CA), 2006
Tending to talk a great deal / talkative BASHFUL
CUMBERSOME
SO (CA), 2006
Large or heavy and therefore difficult to carry or use CONVENIENT
EVIDENT
SO (CA), 2007
Clearly seen or understood / obvious OBSCURE
SUBLIME
SO (CA), 2007
Of very great excellence or beauty INFERIOR
LACKADAISICAL
SO (CA), 2007
Lacking enthusiasm and determination / carelessly lazy ENTHUSIASTIC
CURSORY
SO (CA), 2007
Hasty and therefore not thorough or detailed THOROUGH
INSOLENT
SO (CA), 2007
Showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect HUMBLE

Word Meaning Antonyms
CAPRICIOUS
TA (IT & CE), 2004
Changing according to no discernible rules / unpredictable FIRM
ELEGANCE
TA (IT & CE), 2004
The quality of being graceful and stylish in appearance or manner VULGARITY
HANDY
TA (IT & CE), 2004
Convenient to handle or use / useful CUMBERSOME
ENCOUNTERED
TA (IT & CE), 2004
Unexpectedly be faced with or experience (something hostile
or difficult) / meet (someone) unexpectedly
AVOIDED
TRANSPARENT
TA (IT & CE), 2004
Allowing light to pass through so that objects behind can be distinctly seen OPAQUE
DISTANT
TA (IT & CE), 2004
Far away in space or time CLOSE
EXHAUST
TA (IT & CE), 2004
Make (someone) feel very tired INVIGORATES
MINIATURE
TA (IT & CE), 2004
Very small of its kind LARGE
INTEGRATION
TA (IT & CE), 2004
The action, process, or result of combining or uniting FRAGMENTATION
OMIT
TA (IT & CE), 2004
Leave out or exclude (someone or something), either intentionally or forgetfully INCLUDE

Word Meaning Antonyms
CANDID
TA (IT & CE), 2005
Truthful and straightforward / Frank CUNNING
PRECISE
TA (IT & CE), 2005
Marked by exactness and accuracy of expression or detail VAGUE
RETICENT
TA (IT & CE), 2005
Not revealing one’s thoughts or feelings readily COMMUNICATIVE
AGONY
TA (IT & CE), 2005
Extreme physical or mental suffering PLEASURE
AGREEMENT
TA (IT & CE), 2005
Harmony or accordance in opinion or feeling / a negotiated and typically
legally binding arrangement between parties as to a course of action
DISCORD
AFFLUENCE
TA (IT & CE), 2005
The state of having a great deal of money; wealth POVERTY
CURTAIL
TA (IT & CE), 2005
Reduce in extent or quantity / impose a restriction on RESUME
AFFIRMATION
TA (IT & CE), 2005
The action or process of affirming something DENIAL
CONCISE
TA (IT & CE), 2005
Giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words / brief but comprehensive LENGTHY
PRUDENT
TA (IT & CE), 2005
Acting with or showing care and thought for the future UNWISE

Word Meaning Antonyms
DESPISE
TA (IT & CE), 2006
Feel contempt or a deep repugnance for someone or something ADMIRE
GRUESOME
TA (IT & CE), 2006
Causing repulsion or horror / Grisly GRACIOUS
CHARMING
TA (IT & CE), 2006
Very pleasant or attractive REPULSIVE
HARASS
TA (IT & CE), 2006
Subject to aggressive pressure or intimidation RELIEVE
ABUNDANT
TA (IT & CE), 2006
Existing or available in large quantities; plentiful MEAGRE
ENIGMATIC
TA (IT & CE), 2006
Difficult to interpret or understand / Mysterious SIMPLE
CALLOUS
TA (IT & CE), 2006
Showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others SENSITIVE
ILLICIT
TA (IT & CE), 2006
Forbidden by law, rules, or custom LAWFUL
GIGANTIC
TA (IT & CE), 2006
Of very great size or extent / Huge or enormous TINY
ATHEIST
TA (IT & CE), 2006
A person who disbelieves or lacks belief in the existence of God or gods. Or an idea BELIEVER

Word Meaning Antonyms
DELUSION
TA (IT & CE), 2007
An idiosyncratic belief or impression maintained despite being contradicted by reality
or rational argument, typically as a symptom of mental disorder
REALITY
ELEGANT
TA (IT & CE), 2007
Graceful and stylish in appearance or manner CRUDE
OBSCURE
TA (IT & CE), 2007
-Not discovered or known about; uncertain CLEAR
SUMMIT
TA (IT & CE), 2007
The highest point of a hill or mountain BOTTOM
CONFORM
TA (IT & CE), 2007
Comply with rules, standards, or laws DIFFER
FLOURISH
TA (IT & CE), 2007
Grow or develop in a healthy or vigorous way, especially as the result of a
particularly congenial environment
DEGENERATE
MONOTONOUS
TA (IT & CE), 2007
Dull, tedious, and repetitious; lacking in variety and interest INTERSTING
LATENT
TA (IT & CE), 2007
Existing but not yet developed or manifest / Hidden or concealed OBVIOUS
EPHERMAL
TA (IT & CE), 2007
Lasting for a very short time ETERNAL
OBSCENE
TA (IT & CE), 2007
Offensive or disgusting by accepted standards of morality and decency DECENT

Word Meaning Antonyms
ORTHODOX
TA (IT & CE), 2008
Following or conforming to the traditional or generally accepted rules or beliefs
of a religion, philosophy, or practice
HERETICAL
SUBSEQUENT
TA (IT & CE), 2008
Coming after something in time / Following PRIOR
FIENDISH
TA (IT & CE), 2008
Extremely cruel or unpleasant FRIENDLY
EXTINCT
TA (IT & CE), 2008
Having no living members ALIVE
SOBRIETY
TA (IT & CE), 2008
The state of not being under the influence of alcohol DRUNKENESS
SANGUINE
TA (IT & CE), 2008
Optimistic or positive, especially in an apparently bad or difficult situation HOPELESS
IDIOSYNCARCY
TA (IT & CE), 2008
A mode of behaviour or way of thought peculiar to an individual GENERALITY
REBELLION
TA (IT & CE), 2008
An act of armed resistance to an established government or leader SUBMISSION
LOOSEN
TA (IT & CE), 2008
Make (something tied, fastened, or fixed in place) less tight or firm FASTEN
SUPRESS
TA (IT & CE), 2008
Forcibly put an end to INCITE

Word Meaning Antonyms
FAR-FETCHED
TA (IT & CE), 2009
– Unlikely and unconvincing / implausible REALISTIC
SHIMMERING
TA (IT & CE), 2009
Shine with a soft, slightly wavering light GLOOMY
DESECRATION
TA (IT & CE), 2009
The action of desecrating something CONSECRATION
ZEAL
TA (IT & CE), 2009
Great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an objective APATHY
EXCEPTIONAL
TA (IT & CE), 2009
Unusual / not typical COMMON
ENLIGHTEN
TA (IT & CE), 2009
Give (someone) greater knowledge and understanding about a subject or
situation
BEFOG
ADVANCED
TA(IT & CE), 2009
Far on or ahead in development or progress RETARDED
MELODIOUS
TA (IT & CE), 2009
Pleasant-sounding ODIOUS
NIGGARDLY
TA (IT & CE), 2009
Ungenerous with money, time, etc. / Mean LAVISHLY
TAKES OFF
TA (IT & CE), 2009
Takes off LANDS

Word Meaning Antonyms
ECCENTRICITY
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2005
Deviation NORMALCY
SUBLIME
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2005
Of very great excellence or beauty LUDICROUS
TIMOROUS
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2005
Showing or suffering from nervousness or a lack of confidence BOLD
BREADTH
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2005
The distance or measurement from side to side of something; width NARROWNESS
HOSTILE
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2005
Showing or feeling opposition or dislike / Unfriendly FRIENDLY
IMPROMPTU
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2005
Done without being planned or rehearsed PREMEDITATED
DEMENTED
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2005
Behaving irrationally due to anger, distress, or excitement SENSIBLE
INCONGRUOUS
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2005
Not in harmony or keeping with the surroundings or other aspects of
something
HARMONIOUS
INSERT
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2005
Place, fit, or push (something) into something else EXTRACT
SURVIVAL
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2005
The state or fact of continuing to live or exist, typically in spite of an
accident, ordeal, or difficult circumstances
EXTINCTION

Word Meaning Antonyms
APPARENT
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2006
Clearly visible or understood / Obvious AMBIGUOUS
PACIFY
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2006
Quell the anger, agitation, or excitement of ENRAGE
APPRECIATION
INVESTIGATOR, 2006
Recognition and enjoyment of the good qualities of someone or something ANTIPATHY
JADE
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2006
To tire, weary or fatigue CHEER
APPLAUD
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2006
Show strong approval of (a person or action) CENSURE
CURTAIL
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2006
Reduce in extent or quantity; impose a restriction on LENGTHEN
JEST
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2006
A thing said or done for amusement/ a joke GRAVITY
APALLING
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2006
Horrifying / Shocking CONSOLING
REPEL
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2006
Drive or force (an attack or attacker) back or away ATTRACT
APOCRYPHAL
STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR, 2006
Of doubtful authenticity(of a story or statement), although widely circulated
as being true
AUTHENTIC

Word Meaning Antonyms
RUEFULLY
INVESTIGATOR, 2010
Causing sorrow or pity / Pitiable / Deplorable CHEERFULLY
AFFABLE
INVESTIGATOR, 2010
Friendly, good-natured, or easy to talk to SURLY
ABBERATTION
INVESTIGATOR, 2010
A departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typically an
unwelcome one
NORMALITY
EMANCIATED
INVESTIGATOR, 2010
Abnormally thin or weak, especially because of illness or a lack of food HEALTHY
EXASPERATING
INVESTIGATOR, 2010
Intensely irritating / Infuriating SOOTHING
AMPLE
DEO, 2008
Enough or more than enough / plentiful MEAGRE
LATENT
DEO, 2008
Existing but not yet developed or manifest; hidden or concealed EVIDENT
CAMOUFLAGE
DEO, 2008
Hide or disguise the presence of (a person, animal, or object) REVEAL
DORMANT
DEO, 2008
Temporarily inactive ACTIVE /
SALIENT
DEO, 2008
Most noticeable or important INSIGNIFICANT

Word Meaning Antonyms
AFFLUENCE
DEO, 2009
The state of having a great deal of money; wealth POVERTY
INQUISITIVE
DEO, 2009
Having or showing an interest in learning things / Curious UNCONCERNED
TREACHEROUS
DEO, 2009
Guilty of or involving betrayal or deception FAITHFUL
COMPLY
DEO, 2009
Act in accordance with a wish or command CHALLENGE
DIMINISH
DEO, 2009
Make or become less INCREASE
RAPID
DEO, 2009
Happening in a short time or at a great rate SLOW
SEVERE
DEO, 2009
Very great(of something bad or undesirable)/ Intense MILD
REVEAL
DEO, 2009
Make (previously unknown or secret information) known to others HIDE
FATIGUED
DEO, 2009
Cause (someone) to feel exhausted ENERGISED
AUTONOMY
DEO, 2009
Freedom from external control or influence / independence DEPENDENCE

Word Meaning Antonyms
INITIATED
DEO, 2009
Cause (a process or action) to begin CONCLUDED
FLEXIBLE
DEO, 2009
Able to be easily modified to respond to altered circumstances RIGID
GENUINE
DEO, 2009
Truly what something is said to be / Authentic FAKE
CONSENSUS
DEO, 2009
A general agreement DISAGREEMENT
FRUITLESS
DEO, 2009
Failing to achieve the desired results; unproductive or useless SUCCESSFUL
DILIGENT
STENOGRAPHER, 2011
Having or showing care and conscientiousness in one’s work or duties LAZY
ENMITY
STENOGRAPHER, 2011
A state or feeling of active opposition or hostility AMIABILITY
RETAIN
STENOGRAPHER, 2011
Continue to have (something); keep possession of RELEASE
GRADUAL
STENOGRAPHER, 2011
Taking place or progressing slowly or by degrees RAPID
THOROUGHLY
STENOGRAPHER, 2011
To the fullest extent / unquestionably SUPERFICIALLY

Word Meaning Antonyms
SACRIFICE
STENOGRAPHER, 2011
An act of slaughtering an animal or person or surrendering a possession as an
offering to a deity
ACQUIRE
EXHAUSTIVE
STENOGRAPHER, 2011
Including or considering all elements or aspects; fully comprehensive INCOMPLETE
ACQUITTED
STENOGRAPHER, 2011
Free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty CONVICTED
FICTITIOUS
STENOGRAPHER, 2011
Not real or true / Imaginary or fabricated REAL
STATIONARY
STENOGRAPHER, 2011
Not moving or not intended to be moved MOVING
DEVIATE
STENOGRAPHER, 2011
Depart from an established course or thought or process CONCENTRATE
CREDIT
STENOGRAPHER, 2011
The ability of a customer to obtain goods or services before payment, based
on the trust that payment will be made in the future/add (an amount of money) to an account
DEBIT
AUDACITY
STENOGRAPHER, 2011
A willingness to take bold risks COWARDICE
ROBUST
STENOGRAPHER, 2011
Sturdy in construction (of an object) FEEBLE
AFFIRM
STENOGRAPHER, 2011
State emphatically or publicly DISAGREE

Word Meaning Antonyms
ORAL
CONSTABLE (GD), 2011
Spoken rather than written; verbal WRITTEN
HONEST
CONSTABLE (GD), 2011
Free of deceit; truthful and sincere CORRUPT
ADAMANT
CONSTABLE (GD), 2011
Refusing to be persuaded or to change one’s mind YIELDING
COMPULSORY
CONSTABLE (GD), 2011
Required by law or a rule / Obligatory OPTIONAL
TENTATIVE
CONSTABLE (GD), 2011
Not certain or fixed; provisional DEFINITE
PROMINENT
CONSTABLE (GD), 2012
Important / famous OBSCURE
CORRUPT
CONSTABLE (GD), 2012
Having or showing a willingness to act dishonestly in return for money or personal
gain
HONEST
DESTRUCTIVE
CONSTABLE (GD), 2012
Causing great and irreparable damage CONSTRUCTIVE
BANE
CONSTABLE (GD), 2013
A cause of great distress or annoyance BOON
LIBERAL
CONSTABLE (GD), 2013
Willing to respect or accept behavior or opinions different from one’s own; open to
new ideas
INTOLERANT

Word Meaning Antonyms
FLOOD
CONSTABLE (GD), 2013
An overflow of a large amount of water beyond its normal limits, especially over what is
normally dry land
DROUGHT
EGOIST
CONSTABLE (GD), 2013
A self-centered or selfish person (opposed to altruist ) SELFLESS
DEEP
CONSTABLE(GD), 2013
Extending far down from the top or surface SHALLOW
SLAVE
CONSTABLE (GD), 2013
A person who is the legal property of another and is forced to obey them MASTER
BEAUTIFUL
CONSTABLE (GD), 2015
Pleasing the senses or mind aesthetically UGLY
ADMIRATION
CONSTABLE (GD), 2015
Respect and warm approval CONTEMPT
NOISILY
CONSTABLE (GD), 2015
Full of noise QUIETLY
SUPERFICIAL
CONSTABLE (GD), 2015
Existing or occurring at or on the surface GENUINE
FRAGILE
CONSTABLE (GD), 2015
Easily broken or damaged STRONG
HARMONIOUS
CONSTABLE (GD), 2015
Free from disagreement or dissent DISCORD

Word Meaning Antonyms
PROSPERITY
FCI, 2012
The state of being prosperous ADVERSITY
EXPAND
FCI, 2012
Become or make larger or more extensive CONTRACT
COMMENCE
FCI, 2012
Begin CONCLUDE
INTENTIONAL
FCI, 2012
Done on purpose / Deliberate ACCIDENTAL
DETEST
FCI, 2012
Dislike intensely LIKE
CROOKED
FCI, 2012
Bent or twisted out of shape or out of place STRAIGHT
CURB
FCI, 2012
A check or restraint on something ALLOW
EMERGE
FCI, 2012
Move out of or away from something and become visible DISAPPPEAR
AMPLE
FCI, 2012
Enough or more than enough / Plentiful MEAGRE
MALICIOUS

FCI, 2012

Characterized by malice / Intending or intended to do harm BENIGN

Word Meaning Antonyms
INHALE
FCI, 2013
Breathe in (air, gas, smoke, etc.) EXHALE
ALTRUISTIC
FCI, 2013
Showing a disinterested and selfless concern for the well-being of others /
Unselfish
SELFISH
KNACK
FCI, 2013
An acquired or natural skill at doing something INABILITY
ENCOURAGED
FCI, 2013
Give support, confidence, or hope to (someone) DISCOURAGED
OBSTURCT
FCI, 2013
Block (an opening, path, road, etc.) / Be or get in the way of CLEAR
DOLEFUL
MTS, 2013
Expressing sorrow / Mournful CHEERFUL
AGGRESSIVE
MTS, 2013
Ready or likely to attack or confront; characterized by or resulting from
aggression
PEACEFUL
STATIONARY
MTS, 2013
Not moving or not intended to be moved MOVING
PERIL
MTS, 2013
Serious and immediate danger SAFETY
HOSTILE
MTS, 2013
Showing or feeling opposition or dislike / unfriendly SYMPATHETIC

Word Meaning Antonyms
BARREN
MTS, 2013
Too poor to produce much or any vegetation FERTILE
STINGY
MTS, 2013
Mean / ungenerous GENEROUS
COMRADE
MTS, 2013
A colleague or a fellow member of an organization ENEMY
CALLOUS
MTS, 2013
Showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others CONCERNED
PESSIMIST
MTS, 2013
A person who expect the worst in everything OPTIMIST
CRUEL
MTS, 2013
Willfully causing pain or suffering to others, or feeling no concern about it KIND
LIBERATION
MTS, 2013
The act of setting someone free from imprisonment, slavery, or oppression /
release
BONDAGE
EMINENT
MTS, 2013
Famous and respected within a particular sphere IGNORANT
GENIAL
MTS, 2013
Friendly and cheerful HOSTILE
MALICE
MTS, 2013
The desire to harm someone / Ill will GOODWILL

Word Meaning Antonyms
BRUTAL
MTS, 2013
Savagely violent HUMANE
COHERENT
MTS, 2013
Logical and consistent DISORGANIZED
INDOLENT
MTS, 2013
Wanting to avoid activity or exertion / Lazy DILIGENT
CAUTIOUS
MTS, 2014
Careful to avoid potential problems or dangers RECKLESS
LIBERTY
MTS, 2014
The state of being free within society from oppressive restrictions imposed by
authority on one’s behaviour or political views
BONDAGE
CHAOTIC
MTS, 2014
In a state of complete confusion and disorder ORGANISED
CONTENDED
MTS (NT), 2011
Struggle to surmount (a difficulty) DISSATISFIED
ANTIQUE
MTS (NT), 2011
Having a high value because of age and quality / belonging to ancient times RECENT
ISOLATION
MTS (NT), 2011
The process or fact of isolating (cause (a person or place) to be or remain alone
or apart from others)
ASSOCIATION
REPULSIVE
MTS (NT), 2011
Arousing intense distaste or disgust ATTRACTIVE

Word Meaning Antonyms
STRIFE
MTS (NT), 2011
Angry or bitter disagreement over fundamental issues; conflict PEACE
NEAT
MTS (NT), 2011
Arranged in a tidy way / in good order SLOPPY
NEGLIGENT
MTS (NT), 2011
Failing to take proper care over something CAREFUL
VANITY
MTS (NT), 2011
Excessive pride in or admiration of one’s own appearance or achievements MODESTY
BLOCK
MTS (NT), 2011
Make the movement or flow in (a passage, pipe, road, etc.) difficult or
impossible.
CLEAR
WICKED
MTS (NT), 2011
Evil or morally wrong GOOD
CALCULATIVE
MTS (NT), 2014
To count, depend, or rely on someone or something that is already existing NAÏVE
REVOKE
MTS (NT), 2014
Officially cancel IMPLEMENT
ENCOURAGED
MTS (NT), 2014
Give support, confidence, or hope to (someone) OPPOSED
RAPID
MTS (NT), 2014
Happening in a short time or at a great rate SLOW

Word Meaning Antonyms
MTS (NT), 2014 Mean / ungenerous EXTRAVAGANT
GENUINE
MTS (NT), 2014
Truly what something is said to be; authentic SPURIOUS
DILIGENT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2010
Having or showing care and conscientiousness in one’s work or duties LAZY
DYNAMIC
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2010
Characterized by constant change, activity, or progress STATIC
BARBAROUS
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2010
Extremely brutal / primitive and uncivilized CIVILZED
MISERY
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2010
A state or feeling of great physical or mental distress or discomfort BLISS
HEREDITARY
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2010
Conferred by or based on inheritance (an amount of money or property left to
someone in a will)
ACQUIRED
VACATE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2010
Leave (a place that one previously occupied) OCCUPY
STALE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2010
No longer fresh and pleasant to eat; hard, musty, or dry FRESH
SCARCITY
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2010
The state of being scarce or in short supply; shortage PLENTY

Word Meaning Antonyms
PROFESSIONAL
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2010
Relating to or belonging to a profession AMATEUR
MEAGRE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2010
Lacking in quantity or quality PLENTIFUL
PROVOKE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2010
Stimulate or give rise to (a reaction or emotion, typically a strong or unwelcome
one) in someone
SOOTHE
RENOWNED
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2010
Known or talked about by many people; famous UNKNOWN
VICE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2010
Immoral or wicked behaviour VIRTUE
UNANIMITY
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2010
Agreement by all people involved; consensus DISAGREEMENT
ABUNDANCE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2010
A very large quantity of something SCARCITY
PREVENT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Keep (something) from happening INDUCE
FRAILTY
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
The condition of being weak and delicate STRENGTH
DEMOLISH
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Pull or knock down BUILD

Word Meaning Antonyms
.GENIAL
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Friendly and cheerful BOORISH
PLAUSIBLE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Seeming reasonable or probable(of an argument or statement) IMPLAUSIBLE
SUSPICION
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
A feeling or thought that something is possible, likely, or true TRUST
STERN
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Serious and unrelenting, especially in the assertion of authority and exercise of discipline LENIENT
UNPREDICTABLE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Not able to be predicted / changeable DEPENDABLE
RELINQUISH
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Voluntarily cease to keep or claim / Give up RETAIN
CONTRADICTION
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
A situation in which inconsistent elements are present AGREEMENT
SUCCESSOR
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
A person or thing that succeeds another PREDECESSOR
RAPIDLY
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Very quickly/ At a great rate SLOWLY
TERMINATE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Bring to an end BEGIN

Word Meaning Antonyms
PRAISE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Express warm approval or admiration HATE
MAKE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Form (something) by putting parts together or combining substances / Create BREAK
HUMILITY
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
The quality of having a modest or low view of one’s importance CRUELTY
INEVITABLE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Certain to happen / Unavoidable AVOIDABLE
285.INCREDIBLE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Impossible to believe BELIEVABLE
VAGUE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Of uncertain, indefinite, or unclear character or meaning CLEAR
QUIET
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Making little or no noise NOISY
SHALLOW
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Of little depth DEEP
FASTIDIOUS
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Very attentive to and concerned about accuracy and detail ADJUSTABLE
BLEAK
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Charmless and inhospitable / dreary / cold and miserable / lacking vegetation and
exposed to the elements
BRIGHT

Word Meaning Antonyms
IMMUNE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Resistant to a particular infection or toxin owing to the presence of specific
antibodies or sensitized white blood cells
VULNERABLE
EXPLICIT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Stated clearly and in detail, leaving no room for confusion or doubt AMBIGUOUS
CONFIDENT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Feeling or showing confidence in oneself or one’s abilities or qualities DIFFIDENT
NERVOUS
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Easily agitated or alarmed COMPOSED
VIRTUE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Behaviour showing high moral standards VICE
BARREN
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Too poor to produce much or any vegetation / showing no results or achievements;
unproductive
FERTILE
STINGY
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Mean / Ungenerous GENEROUS
INCREDIBLE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Impossible to believe BELIEVABLE
URBAN
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
In, relating to, or characteristic of a town or city RURAL
INSOLENT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect HUMBLE

Word Meaning Antonyms
VENERATION
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Great respect / reverence DISRESPECT
CONCUR
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Be of the same opinion / agree DISAGREE
TRANSPARENT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Allowing light to pass through so that objects behind can be distinctly seen OPAQUE
DESPAIR
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
The complete loss or absence of hope HOPE
ERUDITE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Having or showing great knowledge or learning ILLITERATE
CHIVALROUS
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Courteous and gallant / brave and bold COWARDLY
DORMANT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2011
Temporarily inactive ACTIVE
OPULENCE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
Great wealth or luxuriousness POVERTY
PERNICIOUS
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
Having a harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle way BENEFICIAL
KNACK
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
An acquired or natural skill at doing something DIFFICULT

Word Meaning Antonyms
COMEDY
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
A play characterized by its humorous or satirical tone and its depiction of amusing
people or incidents, in which the characters ultimately triumph over adversity
TRAGEDY
ETERNAL
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
Lasting or existing forever; without end TEMPORARY
INCESSANT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
Continuing without pause or interruption INTERMITTENT
HARSH
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
Unpleasantly rough or jarring to the senses GENTLE
INSIPID
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
Lacking flavor / weak or tasteless TASTY
FLIPPANT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
Not showing a serious or respectful attitude SERIOUS
REVEAL
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
Make (previously unknown or secret information) known to others CONCEAL
RANCID
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
Smelling or tasting unpleasant as a result of being old and stale FRESH
TRIUMPH
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
A great victory or achievement DEFEAT
TASTY
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
Food having a pleasant, distinct flavour INSIPID

Word Meaning Antonyms
COMPASSIONATE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
Feeling or showing sympathy and concern for others HEARTLESS
WITHER
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
Become dry and shrivelled BLOOM
PERMIT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
An official document that allows you to do something or go somewhere FORBID
INSOLENT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
Showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect SUBMISSIVE
LEAD
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
The initiative in an action / An example for others to follow FOLLOW
PUBLICISE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
Make (something) widely known WITHHOLD /
DILATE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
Make or become wider, larger, or more open CONTRACT
INQUISITIVE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2012
Having or showing an interest in learning things; curious INDIFFERENT
STABILITY
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2013
The state of being stable INCONSISTENCY
DYNAMIC
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2013
Characterized by constant change, activity, or progress STATIC

Word Meaning Antonyms
FELICITY
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2013
Intense happiness SORROW
INDOMITABLE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2013
Impossible to subdue or defeat COWARDLY
INDIFFERENT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2013
Having no particular interest or sympathy; unconcerned ATTENTIVE
AGITATE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2013
Make (someone) troubled or nervous PACIFY
INSIPID
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2013
Lacking flavor / weak or tasteless TASTY
RELINQUISH
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2013
Voluntarily cease to keep or claim; give up CONTINUE
337.MITIGATE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Make (something bad) less severe, serious, or painful ENHANCE
PROFUSE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
(especially of something offered or discharged) Very plentiful / abundant SPARSE
TURBULENT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Characterized by conflict, disorder, or confusion / Not stable or calm CALM
TRADITIONAL
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Existing in or as part of a tradition; long-established UNUSUAL

Word Meaning Antonyms
PRUDENT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Acting with or showing care and thought for the future CARELESS
SQUANDERING
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Waste (something, especially money or time) in a reckless and foolish
manner
SAVING
CARNAL
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Relating to physical, especially sexual, needs and activities SPIRITUAL
CONSENT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Permission for something to happen or agreement to do something DISSENT
TRANSPARENT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Allowing light to pass through so that objects behind can be distinctly seen OPAQUE
EQUILIBRIUM
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
A state in which opposing forces or influences are balanced IMBALANCE
SUPERFLUOUS
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Unnecessary, especially through being more than enough NECESSARY
VETERAN
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
A person who has had long experience in a particular field NOVICE
FOCUS
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
The centre of interest or activity / the state or quality of having or producing
clear visual definition/ adapt to the prevailing level of light and become able to see clearly/ pay particular
attention to
DISPERSE
IMMORTAL
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Living forever / Never dying or decaying TEMPORARY

Word Meaning Antonyms
RELUCTANT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Unwilling and hesitant / Disinclined WILLING
ADVERSITY
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
A difficult or unpleasant situation PROSPERITY
FLUENT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Able to express oneself easily and articulately HALTING
ELOQUENT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Fluent or persuasive in speaking or writing / clearly expressing or indicating
something
INARTICULATE
NOVEL
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Interestingly new or unusual BANAL
PAUCITY
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
The presence of something in only small or insufficient quantities or amounts PLETHORA
REPRIMANDED
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Express sharp disapproval or criticism of (someone) because of their
behaviour or actions
PRAISED
EFFEMINATE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Having characteristics regarded as typical of a woman(of a man) / Unmanly MANLY
HOSTILE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Showing or feeling opposition or dislike / Unfriendly FRIENDLY
CACOPHONY
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
A harsh discordant mixture of sounds HARMONY

Word Meaning Antonyms
APPROPRAITE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Suitable or proper in the circumstances UNDESERVED
TAINT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Contaminate or pollute (something) / a trace of a bad or undesirable substance or
quality
PURIFY
DEMOLISH
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Pull or knock down (a building)- ESTABLISH
DEPTH
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
The distance from the top or surface to the bottom of something SHALLOW
MAVERICK
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
unorthodox or independent-minded person CONVENTIONAL
ENDANGERED
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Seriously at risk of extinction(of a species) PROTECTED
DISCRIMINATION
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
The unjust or prejudicial treatment of different categories of people,
especially on the grounds of race, age, or sex
EQUALITY
CLEAR
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Easy to perceive, understand, or interpret / transparent; unclouded NEBULOUS
RELEASE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2014
Allow or enable to escape from confinement; set free CONFINE
ELEMENTARY
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Allow or enable to escape from confinement / Set free COMPLEX

Word Meaning Antonyms
ACCUMMULATE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Gather together or acquire an increasing number or quantity of DISPERSE
CONCUR
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Be of the same opinion / Agree DISAGREE
RESIST
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Withstand the action or effect of YIELD
DESCENT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
An act of moving downwards, dropping, or falling ASSENT
NOTORIOUS
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Famous or well known, typically for some bad quality or deed REPUTED
DEMAND
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
An insistent and peremptory request, made as of right SUPPLY
ILLICIT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Forbidden by law, rules, or custom LEGAL
REPEL
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Drive or force (an attack or attacker) back or away ATTRACT
DETEST
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Dislike intensely ADORE
TRAITOR
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
A person who betrays someone or something, such as a friend, cause, or principle PATRIOT

Word Meaning Antonyms
ASCEND
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Go up or climb DESCEND
APPOINT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Assign a job or role to (someone) DISMISS
ACCUSATION
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
A charge or claim that someone has done something illegal or wrong EXCULPATION
GUILTY
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Culpable of or responsible for a specified wrongdoing INNOCENT
BIZARRE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Very strange or unusual ORDINARY
GRIEVE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Feel intense sorrow REJOICE
ENDURING
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Lasting over a period of time; durable TRASIENT
OBSCURE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Not discovered or known about; uncertain DISTINCT
FLAWLESS
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Without any imperfections or defects; perfect DEFECTIVE
PRUDENT
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Acting with or showing care and thought for the future CARELESS

Word Meaning Antonyms
DESIST
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Stop doing something; cease or abstain CONTINUE
STERILE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Not able to produce children or young FERTILE
DEFILE
CHSL (DEO & LDC), 2015
Damage the purity or appearance of; mar or spoil / desecrate or profane
(something sacred)
PURIFY
NASTY
CHSL (STENOGRAPHER), 2016
Very bad or unpleasant PLEASANT
THOROUGH
CHSL (STENOGRAPHER), 2016
Complete with regard to every detail / Not superficial or partial CURSORY
FORMAL CHSL
(STENOGRAPHER), 2016
Done in accordance with convention or etiquette; suitable for or constituting an
official or important occasion
INFORMAL
ABRUPT
CHSL (STENOGRAPHER), 2016
Sudden and unexpected SMOOTH
EXAGGERATE
CHSL (STENOGRAPHER), 2016
Represent (something) as being larger, better, or worse than it
really is
UNDERSTATE
ORDERLY
CPO, 2010
Neatly and methodically arranged CHAOTIC
FAMOUS
CPO, 2010
Known about by many people OBSCURE

Word Meaning Antonyms
ACCOMPLISH
CPO, 2010
Achieve or complete successfully FAIL
BLESSING
CPO, 2010
A prayer asking for divine favour and protection CURSE
GLOOMY
CPO, 2010
Dark or poorly lit, especially so as to appear depressing or frightening RADIANT
INCREDIBLE
CPO, 2011
Impossible to believe POSSIBLE
CALLOUS
CPO, 2011
Showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others SENSITIVE
PROFESSIONAL
CPO, 2011
Relating to or belonging to a profession AMATEUR
ADAMANT
CPO, 2011
Refusing to be persuaded or to change one’s mind YIELDING
EVIDENT
CPO, 2011
Clearly seen or understood / Obvious DOUBTFUL
PERILOUS
CPO, 2011
Full of danger or risk SAFE
IMPEDE
CPO, 2011
Delay or prevent (someone or something) by obstructing them / Hinder ADVANCE

Word Meaning Antonyms
DISHEVELLED
CPO, 2011
Untidy / disordered TIDY
CALLOUS
CPO, 2011
Showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others SYMPATHETIC
BRITTLE
CPO, 2011
Hard but liable to break easily STRONG
BETRAYAL
CPO, 2011
The action of betraying one’s country, a group, or a person; treachery LOYALTY
PROMINENT
CPO, 2011
Important / famous UNKNOWN
EXEMPTIONS
CPO, 2011
The action of freeing or state of being free from an obligation or liability
imposed on others
INCLUSIONS
HUMBLE
CPO, 2011
Having or showing a modest or low estimate of one’s importance HAUGHTY
ABANDON
CPO, 2011
Cease to support or look after (someone); desert RETAIN
UNRULY
CPO, 2012
Disorderly and disruptive and not amenable to discipline or control ORDERLY
PERPATUAL
CPO, 2012
Never ending or changing RARE

Word Meaning Antonyms
RECEDE
CPO, 2012
Go or move back or further away from a previous position ADVANCE
OPULENT
CPO, 2012
Ostentatiously costly and luxurious POOR
PHILANTHROPIC
CPO, 2012
Seeking to promote the welfare of others (of a person or organization);
generous and benevolent
SELF CENTERED
ADULTERATION
CPO, 2013
Mixing other matter of an inferior and sometimes harmful quality with
food or drink intended to be sold
PURIFICATION
UNITARY
CPO, 2013
Forming a single or uniform entity DOUBLE
AMORPHOUS
CPO, 2013
Without a clearly defined shape or form DEFINITE
ABUSIVE
CPO, 2013
Extremely offensive and insulting LAUDATORY
DEBACLE
CPO, 2013
A sudden and ignominious failure / A fiasco SUCCESS
REPULSIVE
CPO, 2014
Arousing intense distaste or disgust ATTRACTIVE
AMPLE
CPO, 2014
Enough or more than enough / Plentiful MEAGRE

Word Meaning Antonyms
DISTRAUGHT
CPO, 2014
Very worried and upset SERENE
ERADICATE
CPO, 2014
Destroy completely / Put an end to PERSERVE
MUNDANE
CPO, 2014
Lacking interest or excitement; dull EXTRAORDINARY
SUBSTANTIAL
CPO, 2014
Of considerable importance, size, or worth FLIMSY
BOISTEROUS
CPO, 2014
Noisy, energetic, and cheerful CALM
FAIR
CPO, 2014
Treating people equally without favouritism or discrimination UNJUST
REDUNDANT
CPO, 2014
Not or no longer needed or useful / Superfluous REQUIRED
SAFE
CPO, 2014
Protected from or not exposed to danger or risk; not likely to be harmed or lost INSECURE
FAMOUS
CPO, 2014
Known about by many people. UNKNOWN
ADEPT
CPO, 2014
Very skilled or proficient at something INEPT

Word Meaning Antonyms
SERVILE
CPO, 2014
Having or showing an excessive willingness to serve or please others DEFIANT
SWELTERING
CPO, 2015
Uncomfortably hot FREEZING
IMMACULATE
CPO, 2015
Perfectly clean, neat, or tidy FLITHY
AUTONOMY
CPO, 2015
Freedom from external control or influence / Independence DEPENDENCE
ACCELERATE
CPO, 2015
Begin to move more quickly DELAY
ABRUPT
CPO, 2015
Sudden and unexpected GRADUAL
TRANQUIL
CPO, 2015
Free from disturbance / calm DISTURBED
UNSCRUPULOUS
CPO, 2015
Having or showing no moral principles; not honest or fair CONSCIENTIOUS
ENLARGE
CPO, 2015
Make or become larger or more extensive CONDENSE
OBSEQUIOUS
CPO, 2015
Obedient or attentive to an excessive or servile degree DOMINEERING

Word Meaning Antonyms
VACILLATE
CPO, 2015
Waver between different opinions or actions / Be indecisive DECIDE
BENEVOLENT
CPO, 2015
Well meaning and kindly MALEVOLENT
DECEIT
CPO, 2015
The action or practice of deceiving someone by concealing or misrepresenting the truth HONESTLY
AMATEURS
CPO, 2015
A person who engages in a pursuit, especially a sport, on an unpaid basis PROFESSIONALS
EVANSCENT
CGL T-1, 2010
Soon passing out of sight, memory, or existence; quickly fading or disappearing PERMANENT
DEVIOUS
CGL T-1, 2010
Showing a skillful use of underhand tactics to achieve goals STRAIGHT
GROTESQUE
CGL T-1, 2010
Comically or repulsively ugly or distorted NATURAL
AMELIORATE
CGL T-1, 2010
Make (something bad or unsatisfactory) better WORSEN
JETTISON
CGL T-1, 2010
Throw or drop (something) from an aircraft or ship ACCEPT
MEANDERING
CGL T-1, 2010
Following a winding course STRAIGHT

Word Meaning Antonyms
PREJUDICED
CGL T-1, 2010
Having or showing a dislike or distrust that is derived from prejudice / Bigoted DISPASSIONATE
PERSPICUITY
CGL T-1, 2010
Clarity, plainness, intelligibility / transparency VAGUENESS
VERITY
CGL T-1, 2010
A true principle or belief, especially one of fundamental importance FLASEHOOD
FLORID
CGL T-1, 2010
Having a red or flushed complexion PALE
CONTROVERSIAL
CGL T-1, 2011
Giving rise or likely to give rise to controversy or public disagreement INDISPUTABLE
EXAGGERATE
CGL T-1, 2011
Represent (something) as being larger, better, or worse than it
really is
UNDERSTATE
EXONERATE
CGL T-1, 2011
Absolve (someone) from blame for a fault or wrongdoing CONVICT
DECEITFUL
CGL T-1, 2011
Guilty of or involving deceit / Deceiving or misleading others PLAIN
AUTONOMOUS
CGL T-1, 2011
Having the freedom to act independently DEPENDENT
SYNTHETIC
CGL T-1, 2011
Made by chemical synthesis, especially to imitate a natural product NATURAL

Word Meaning Antonyms
METICULOUS
CGL T-1, 2011
Showing great attention to detail / Very careful and precise CARELESS
FEASIBLE
CGL T-1, 2011
Possible and practical to do easily or conveniently IMPRACTICAL
INFIRMITY
CGL T-1, 2011
Physical or mental weakness STRENGTH
ACCORD
CGL T-1, 2011
Give or grant someone (power, status, or recognition) DISAGREEMENT
APPROPRIATE
CGL T-1, 2011
Suitable or proper in the circumstances UNSUITABLE
GLOSSY
CGL T-1, 2011
Shiny and smooth DULL
ELEVATION
CGL T-1, 2011
Height above a given level, especially sea level DEPRESSION
DISORDERLY
CGL T-1, 2011
Lacking organization / Untidy ARRANGED
LIBERTY
CGL T-1, 2011
The state of being free within society from oppressive restrictions imposed by
an authority on one’s behavior or political views
SLAVERY
MAMMOTH
CGL T-1, 2011
Huge SMALL

Word Meaning Antonyms
DISCORD
CGL T-1, 2011
Disagreement between people HARMONY
DIVULGE
CGL T-1, 2011
Make known (private or sensitive information) CONCEAL
INOFFENSIVE
CGL T-1, 2011
Not objectionable or harmful RUDE
INVINCIBLE
CGL T-1, 2011
Too powerful to be defeated or overcome VULNERABLE
UNPREDICTABLE
CGL T-1, 2012
Not able to be
predicted / Changeable
RELIABLE
INCLUDE
CGL T-1, 2012
Comprise or contain as part of a whole ELIMINATE
CULMINATION
CGL T-1, 2012
The highest or climactic point of something, especially as attained after a long time BEGINNING
APPROACHED
CGL T-1, 2012
Come near or nearer to (someone or something) in distance or time RETREATED
IMPETUOUS
CGL T-1, 2012
Acting or done quickly and without thought or care CAUTIOUS
TRANQUILITY
CGL T-1, 2012
The quality or state of being tranquil; calm DISTURBANCE

Word Meaning Antonyms
DORMANT
CGL T-1, 2012
Temporarily inactive ACTIVE
DWINDLE
CGL T-1, 2012
Diminish gradually in size, amount, or strength INCREASE
LASSITUDE
CGL T-1, 2012
A state of physical or mental weariness / Lack of energy ENTHUSIASM
CAPRICIOUS
CGL T-1, 2012
Given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behaviour REASONABLE
GRATING
CGL T-1, 2012
Sounding harsh and unpleasant MUSICAL
INDELIBLE
CGL T-1, 2012
Making marks that cannot be removed TEMPORARY
AGGRAVATE
CGL T-1, 2012
Make (a problem, injury, or offence) worse or more serious ALLEVIATE
RETRENCH
CGL T-1, 2012
Reduce costs or spending in response to economic difficulty RECRUIT
VENIAL
CGL T-1, 2013
Denoting a sin that is not regarded as depriving the soul of divine grace UNPARDONABLE
5INSTINCTIVE
CGL T-1, 2013
Relating to or prompted by instinct / Done without conscious thought RATIONAL

Word Meaning Antonyms
CORDIAL
CGL T-1, 2013
Warm and friendly HOSTILE
ACCOLADE
CGL T-1, 2013
An award or privilege granted as a special honour or as an
acknowledgement of merit
BLAME
AMBIGUOUS
CGL T-1, 2013
Open to more than one interpretation; not having one obvious meaning CLEAR
WARY
CGL T-1, 2013
Feeling or showing caution about possible dangers or problems RASH
INADVERTENTLY
CGL T-1, 2013
Without intention / Accidentally DELIBERATELY
OBTUSE
CGL T-1, 2013
Annoyingly insensitive or slow to understand SHARP-WITTED
LUNACY
CGL T-1, 2013
The state of being a lunatic / Insanity (not in technical use) SANITY
AMATEUR
CGL T-1, 2013
A person who engages in a pursuit, especially a sport, on an unpaid basis PROFESSIONAL
DIFFIDENCE
CGL T-1, 2013
Modesty or shyness resulting from a lack of self-confidence SELF-ASSURANCE
OVERT
CGL T-1, 2013
Done or shown openly; plainly apparent HIDDEN

Word Meaning Antonyms
MISERABLE
CGL T-1 RE, 2013
Unhappy or uncomfortable HAPPY
HUMANE
CGL T-1 RE, 2013
Having or showing compassion or benevolence UNKIND
FRUGALITY
CGL T-1 RE, 2013
The quality of being economical with money or food; thriftiness PRODIGALITY
GROUP
CGL T-1 RE, 2013
A number of people or things that are located, gathered, or classed together INDIVIDUAL
DISSENT
CGL T-1 RE, 2013
The holding or expression of opinions at variance with those commonly or officially
held
AGREEMENT
ACQUIT
CGL T-1 RE, 2013
Free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty CONDEMN
OBSCURE
CGL T-1 RE, 2013
Not discovered or known about; uncertain CLEAR
FLEXIBLE
CGL T-1 RE, 2013
Able to be easily modified to respond to altered circumstances RIGID
VIRTUE
CGL T-1 RE, 2013
Behaviour showing high moral standards VICE
DUBIOUS
CGL T-1 RE, 2013
Hesitating or doubting CERTAIN

Word Meaning Antonyms
HEIGHTEN
CGL T-1 RE, 2013
Make or become more intense DECREASE
ARBAROUS
CGL T-1 RE, 2013
Extremely brutal CIVILIZED
SEAMY
CGL T-1, 2014
Sordid and disreputable PURE
CEASE
CGL T-1, 2014
Come or bring to an end INITIATE
DENOUNCE
CGL T-1, 2014
Publicly declare to be wrong or evil PRAISE
INDICT
CGL T-1, 2014
Formally accuse of or charge with a crime EXONERATE
VOCAL
CGL T-1, 2014
Relating to the human voice SILENT
SUPPRESS
CGL T-1, 2014
Forcibly put an end to REVEAL
PARTICULARLY
CGL T-1, 2014
To a higher degree than is usual or average GENERALLY
YIELD
CGL T-1, 2014
Give way to arguments, demands, or pressure RESIST

Word Meaning Antonyms
DESECRATION
CGL T-1, 2014
The action of desecrating (treat (a sacred place or thing) with violent
disrespect) something
VENERATION
SERENE
CGL T-1, 2014
Calm, peaceful, and untroubled / Tranquil RUFFLED
POMPOUS
CGL T-1, 2014
Affectedly grand, solemn, or self-important HUMBLE
PERDILECTION
CGL T-1, 2014
A preference or special liking for something / A bias in favour of something AVERSION
ZENITH
CGL T-1, 2015
The time at which something is most powerful or successful NADIR
ECCENTRIC
CGL T-1, 2015
Unconventional and slightly strange NORMAL
ARROGANT

CGL T-1, 2015

Having or revealing an exaggerated sense of one’s own importance or abilities MODEST
EFFEMINACY
CGL T-1, 2015
Manifestation of traits in a boy or man that are more often associated with
feminine nature
MANLINESS
VACILLATION
CGL T-1, 2015
The inability to decide between different opinions or actions / Indecision STEADFASTNESS
PLACID
CGL T-1, 2015
Not easily upset or excited STORMY

Word Meaning Antonyms
AUTHENTIC
CGL T-1, 2015
Of undisputed origin and not a copy / Genuine FALSE
BOLD
CGL T-1, 2015
Showing a willingness to take risks / Confident and courageous TIMID
URBANE
CGL T-1, 2015
Courteous and refined in manner CRUDE
DISCONSOLATE
CGL T-1, 2015
Very unhappy and unable to be comforted JOYOUS
FAKE
CGL T-1, 2015
Not genuine / imitation or counterfeit REAL
TREMULOUS
CGL T-1, 2015
shaking or quivering slightly STEADY
POTENT
CGL T-2, 2011
Having great power, influence, or effect WEAK
PROCRASTINATE
CGL T-2, 2011
Delay or postpone action; put off doing something EXPEDITE
CESSATION
CGL T-2, 2011
The fact or process of ending or being brought to an end COMMENCEMENT
FRUGAL
CGL T-2, 2011
Sparing or economical as regards money or food / simple and plain and costing
little
EXTRAVAGANT

Word Meaning Antonyms
SUSCEPTIBLE
CGL T-2, 2011
Likely or liable to be influenced or harmed by a particular thing IMMUNE
SACRED
CGL T-2, 2012
Connected with God or a god or dedicated to a religious purpose and so deserving
veneration
veneration
TARDY
CGL T-2, 2012
Delaying or delayed beyond the right or expected time / Late PROMPT
FOMENT
CGL T-2, 2012
Instigate or stir up (an undesirable or violent sentiment or course of action) QUELL
EFFICACIOUS
CGL T-2, 2013
Successful in producing a desired or intended result; effective INEFFECTIVE
OUTRAGEOUS
CGL T-2, 2013
Shockingly bad or excessive JOLLY
PERSUADE
CGL T-2, 2013
Induce (someone) to do something through reasoning or argument DISSUADE
ALIGHT
CGL T-2, 2014
Descend from a train, bus, or other form of transport EMBARK
NOURISH
CGL T-2, 2014
Provide with the food or other substances necessary for growth,
health, and good condition
STARVE
CONTROVERSIAL
CGL T-2, 2014
Giving rise or likely to give rise to controversy or public disagreement UNDISPUTED

Word Meaning Antonyms
TRANSIENCE
CGL T-2, 2015
The state or fact of lasting only for a short time ETERNITY
DESCENT
CGL T-2, 2015
An act of moving downwards, dropping, or falling ASCENT
INTERIM
CGL T-2, 2015
In or for the intervening period; provisional PERMANENT
WARY
CGL T-2, 2015
Feeling or showing caution about possible dangers or problems CARELESS
MINUSCULE
CGL T-2, 2015
Extremely small / tiny MASSIVE
PROFOUND
CGL T-2, 2015
Very great or intense SUPERFECIAL
DETEST
CGL T-2, 2016
Dislike intensely ADORE
SOOTHE
CGL T-1, 2016
Gently calm (a person or their feelings) AGITATE
GRACEFUL
CGL T-1, 2016
Showing grace or elegance AWKWARD
INERTIA
CGL T-1, 2016
A tendency to do nothing or to remain unchanged VIGOUR

Word Meaning Antonyms
INVINCIBLE
CGL T-1, 2016
Too powerful to be defeated or overcome POWERLESS
SQUANDER
CGL T-1, 2016
Waste (something, especially money or time) in a reckless and foolish manner SKIMP
DIFFIDENT
CGL T-1, 2016
Modest or shy because of a lack of self-confidence CONFIDENT
VANQUISH
CGL T-1, 2016
Defeat thoroughly SURRENDER
DISAVOWAL
CGL T-1, 2016
The denial of any responsibility or support for something / repudiation APPROVAL
NONCORFIRMIST
CGL T-1, 2016
A person who does not conform to prevailing ideas or practices in
their behaviour or views
CONVENTIONAL
MALLEABLE
CGL T-1, 2016
Easily influenced / pliable / able to be hammered or pressed into shape
without breaking or cracking (of a metal or other material)
INTRACTABLE
QUIESCENT
CGL T-1, 2016
In a state or period of inactivity or dormancy – ACTIVE / (wrong
question – option mentioned in response sheet was
DORMANT
VANITY
CGL T-1, 2016
Excessive pride in or admiration of one’s own appearance or achievements HUMILITY
TERMINATE
CGL T-1, 2016
Bring to an end COMMENCE

Word Meaning Antonyms
LENIENT
CGL T-1, 2016
More merciful or tolerant than expected (of a punishment or person in authority) STRICT
CAPTIVATE
CGL T-1, 2016
Attract and hold the interest and attention of / charm DISTRACT
FEROCIOUS
CGL T-1, 2016
Savagely fierce, cruel, or violent MILD
BARREN
CGL T-1, 2016
Showing no results or achievements / unproductive FERTILE
IRASCIBLE
CGL T-1, 2016
Having or showing a tendency to be easily angered AMIABLE
FORLON
CGL T-1, 2016
Pitifully sad and abandoned or lonely JOYFUL
GREGARIOUS
CGL T-1, 2016
Fond of company (of a person)/ sociable UNSOCIABLE
OBSTINATE
CGL T-1, 2016
Stubbornly refusing to change one’s opinion or chosen course of action, despite
attempts to persuade one to do so
DOCILE
COURAGE
CGL T-1, 2016
The ability to do something that frightens one / bravery COWARDICE
ARID
CGL T-1, 2016
Having little or no rain (of land or a climate) / too dry or barren to support vegetation FERTILE

Word Meaning Antonyms
RUGGED
CGL T-1, 2016
Having a broken, rocky, and uneven surface (of ground or terrain) SMOOTH
IMPROMPTU
CGL T-1, 2016
Done without being planned or rehearsed PREPARED
INTANGIBLE
CGL T-1, 2016
Unable to be touched / not having physical presence CONCRETE
EVADE
CGL T-1, 2016
Escape or avoid (someone or something), especially by guile or trickery CONFRONT
INSULAR
CGL T-1, 2016
Ignorant of or uninterested in cultures, ideas, or peoples outside one’s own
experience
COSMOPOLITAN
CAPTIVITY
CGL T-1, 2016
The condition of being imprisoned or confined FREEDOM
INSOLENT
CGL T-1, 2016
Showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect COURTEOUS
INVALUABLE
CGL T-1, 2016
Extremely useful / indispensable WORTHLESS
CONTEMPLATIVE
CGL T-1, 2016
Expressing or involving prolonged thought UNREFLECTIVE
FUTILE
CGL T-1, 2016
Incapable of producing any useful result / pointless FRUITFUL

Word Meaning Antonyms
.INCLEMENT
CGL T-1, 2016
Unpleasantly cold or wet (of the weather) MILD
INTERIM
CGL T-1, 2016
In or for the intervening period / provisional PERMANENT
TREACHERY
CGL T-1, 2016
Betrayal of trust LOYALTY
VISIONARY
CGL T-1, 2016
Thinking about or planning the future with imagination or
wisdom
REALIST
INFIRM
CGL T-1, 2016
Not physically or mentally strong, especially through age or illness STRONG
REASSURE
CGL T-1, 2016
Say or do something to remove the doubts and fears of (someone) DISCOURAGE
Mitigate
CGL T-2, 2016
Make (something bad) less severe, serious, or painful Increase
Elegance
CGL T-2, 2016
The quality of being graceful and stylish in appearance or manner Graceless
Accumulated
CGL T-2, 2016
Gather together or acquire an increasing number or quantity of Squandered
Diffident
CGL T-2, 2016
Modest or shy because of a lack of self-confidence Confident

Word Meaning Antonyms
Fickle
CGL T-2, 2016
Changing frequently, especially as regards one’s loyalties or affections Firm
612.Theoretical
CGL T-2, 2016
Concerned with or involving the theory of a subject or area of study rather than its practical application Practical
613.Generous
CGL T-2, 2016
Showing a readiness to give more of something, especially money, than is strictly necessary or expected Stingy
614.Barren
CGL T-2, 2016
Too poor to produce much or any vegetation (of land) Fertile
615.Profound
CGL T-2, 2016
Very great or intense (of a state, quality, or emotion) Superficial