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1. DAFT (ADJECTIVE): stupid
Synonyms: absurd, crazy
Antonyms: intelligent, smart
Example Sentence: I wasn’t so daft as to believe my friend.
2. DANK (ADJECTIVE): moist
Synonyms: clammy, muggy
Antonyms: parched, dry
Example Sentence: The kitchen was very dank.
3. DAREDEVIL (ADJECTIVE): adventurous
Synonyms: daring, bold
Antonyms: fearful, cowardly
Example Sentence: He enjoys playing daredevil games.
4. DAUB (VERB): make dirty
Synonyms: deface, smear
Antonyms: cleanse, purify
Example Sentence: They daubed his home with slogans.
5. DAUNT (VERB): discourage
Synonyms: frighten, scare
Antonyms: encourage, inspire
Example Sentence: Nothing evil could daunt them.
6. SQUABBLE (NOUN): minor fight |
Synonyms: argument, quarrel
Antonyms: harmony, agreement
Example Sentence: There have been a minor squabble about phone bills.
7. CONFINEMENT (NOUN): imprisonment
Synonyms: restriction, internment
Antonyms: freedom, liberty
Example Sentence: She had been held in solitary confinement for four months.
8. BUSTLE (NOUN): quick and busy activity
Synonyms: hubbub, fuss
Antonyms: calmness, relaxation
Example Sentence: He doesn’t like the hustle and bustle of modern life.
9. CHAR (VERB): to burn or turn black by fire or heat.
Synonyms: scorch, sear
Antonyms: douse, extinguish
Example Sentence: The wood was charred by the intense heat.
10. ACCREDITED (ADJECTIVE): officially recognized
Synonyms: authorized, certified
Antonyms: unofficial, uncertified
Example Sentence: Accredited contents are given for our website.
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