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1. SURREPTITIOUS (ADJECTIVE): sneaky, secret
Synonyms: clandestine, private
Antonyms: public, open
The pet has his surreptitious ways of stealing things behind my back.
2. PROTAGONIST (NOUN): the leader of or the person who argues most in favor of a cause
Synonyms: Champion, Leader
Antonyms: Opponent, Adversary
Mahatma Gandhi was the protagonist of the Indian Freedom Struggle.
3.FATUOUS (ADJECTIVE): stupid
Synonyms: foolish, idiotic
Antonyms: keen, sensible
He is a fatuous boy.
4. SYCOPHANT (NOUN) : a person who seeks favour from flattery and servile attention
Synonyms: Bootlicker, Brownnoser
Antonyms: Boss, Authoritative
The boss knew that most of his team members were sycophants.
5. ARRAIGN (VERB): accuse
Synonyms: incriminate, indict
Antonyms: exculpate, exonerate
He arraigned me of no reason.
6. SUCCINCT (ADJECTIVE): concise
Synonyms: brief, compact
Antonyms: lengthy, wordy
Make sure your work is succinct.
7. UNHINDERED (ADJECTIVE): direct
Synonyms: constant, straight
Antonyms: indirect, stopped
They allowed unhindered broadcast of an international news.
8. STEALTH (NOUN): secrecy
Synonyms: covertness, slyness
Antonyms: overtness, openness
If I can’t get what I want openly, I get it by stealth.
9. REFUGE (NOUN): a place of shelter
Synonyms: asylum, sanctuary
Antonyms: hazard, harmful place
The escaped prisoner sought refuge in the church.
10. SOLE (ADJECTIVE): alone
Synonyms: exclusive, solo
Antonyms: combined, mixed
Success is a sole motive of my life
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