1. VAUNT (VERB): boast
Synonyms: brag, flaunt
Antonyms: conceal, hide
He always vaunts whenever he gets the chance to speak.
2. RHETORICAL (ADJECTIVE): oratorical
Synonyms: vocal, articulate
Antonyms: concise, terse
Sagarika ignored his rhetorical questions.
3. DISPARITY (NOUN): difference
Synonyms: inequality, imbalance
Antonyms: equality, similarity
There is a huge disparity between the people live in urban and rural areas.
4. MIRTH (NOUN): great joy
Synonyms: rejoicing, levity
Antonyms: sorrow, melancholy
When I get to know that my sister is giving me a new mobile I got mirth.
5. ANATHEMA (NOUN): denouncement
Synonyms: denunciation, damnation
Antonyms: praise, compliment
Some people think that pimples on the face are anathema.
6. REBATE (NOUN): payback
Synonyms: discount, subtraction
Antonyms: increase, rise
A rebate of 6% is granted on imports from Great Britain.
7. UNCHARITABLE (ADJECTIVE): tight-fisted
Synonyms: ungiving, ungenerous
Antonyms: generous, spendthrift
Manoj is an uncharitable guy.
8. DISSOLUTE (ADJECTIVE): corrupt
Synonyms: indulgent, lecherous
Antonyms: resolute, moral
Natasha has been excommunicated from the church because of her dissolute habits.
9. SPITE (NOUN): antipathy
Synonyms: contempt, animosity
Antonyms: kindness, forgiveness
He is jealous and full of spite.
10. SANGUINE (ADJECTIVE): cheerful
Synonyms: confident, hopeful
Antonyms: depressed, pessimistic
The bank manager did not feel sanguine about recovering the loan from them.
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