1. PERJURY (NOUN): deception
Synonyms: falsehood, dishonesty
Antonyms: frankness, openness
Amit was warned by the judge to tell the truth or else be arrested for perjury.
2. FUGACIOUS (ADJECTIVE): transient
Synonyms: momentary, short-lived
Antonyms: perpetual, lasting
Because styles are so fugacious, he refuses to wear a pair of sneakers for more than a month.
3. EFFETE (ADJECTIVE): enfeebled
Synonyms: drained, exhausted
Antonyms: tireless, capable
The employee of that company was effete, so they give him leave.
4. INSIDIOUS (ADJECTIVE): sneaky
Synonyms: foxy, ensnaring
Antonyms: fair, honest
My neighbors are insidious they always looking at us.
5. DISCLOSURE (NOUN): exposure
Synonyms: confession, admission
Antonyms: concealment, denial
The greater part of the transformation precedes the disclosure of the theory.
6. OUTRAGE (NOUN): violence
Synonyms: atrocity, abuse
Antonyms: obedience, respect
My voice trembled with outrage.
7. UNJADED (ADJECTIVE): innocent
Synonyms: simple, artless
Antonyms: sceptical, leery
With an unjaded smile, the little girl denied eating t the cookies.
8. MALADROIT (ADJ): awkward
Synonyms: clumsy, clunky
Antonyms: skilful, tactful
The cartoon is based on a maladroit thief.
9. SNOOP (VERB): intrude
Synonyms: peep, pry
Antonyms: ignore, neglect
10. PROFITEERING (ADJ): dishonest
Synonyms: unethical, unscrupulous
Antonyms: moral, ethical
He is known as a profiteering shopkeeper.
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