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1. CLOUT (NOUN): influence
Synonyms: power, dominance
Antonyms: powerlessness, incompetence
Example Sentence:
Ministers often use their clout to get what they want.

2. PRESTIGE (NOUN): fame
Synonyms: dignity, status
Antonyms: lowliness, insignificance
Example Sentence:
Doctors are usually treated with prestige.

3. BROACH (VERB): open up discussion
Synonyms: bring up, moot
Antonyms: take back, deny
Example Sentence:
The parents of the boy did not even broach the issue of marriage with Renee.

4. DITHER (NOUN): agitation
Synonyms: tizzy, panic
Antonyms: calm, peace
Example Sentence:
He is in such a dither that he don’t know what to do.

5. RENEGADE (ADJECTIVE): rebellious
Synonyms: difficult, resistant
Antonyms: obedient, dutiful
Example Sentence:
The renegade policeman revealed details of the murder

6. FOUL (ADJECTIVE): Highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust.
Synonyms: bad, rotten
Antonyms: fair, good
Example Sentence:
From where this foul smell is coming?

7. DELINEATE (VERB): describe; outline
Synonyms: define, depict
Antonyms: distort, confuse
Example Sentence:
It is very difficult to delineate this chapter in few words.

8. ABSURD (ADJECTIVE): Inconsistent with reason, logic or common sense.
Synonyms: idiotic, illogical
Antonyms: logical, sensible
Example Sentence:
What an absurd idea!.

9. IRATE (ADJECTIVE): extremely Angry.
Synonyms: furious, angered
Antonyms: calm, quiet.
Example Sentence:
The irate customer is still shouting.

10. UBER (ADJECTIVE): super, extreme or outstanding.
Synonyms: magnificent, extraordinary
Antonyms: worthless, useless
Example Sentence:
Its an uber ride



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