1. GULLIBLE (ADJECTIVE): Naive
Synonyms: foolish, unsophisticated
Antonyms: astute, perceptive
Example Sentence: He is a gullible person.
2. SPECIOUS (ADJECTIVE): Misleading
Synonyms: deceptive, erroneous
Antonyms: accurate, correct
Example Sentence: All these evidences are specious and lead us nowhere.
3. EXUDE (VERB): Emanate
Synonyms: emit, radiate
Antonyms: hold, keep
Example Sentence: She exudes her positivity all around.
4. CONTRARIETY (NOUN): Opposition
Synonyms: antithesis, contradiction
Antonyms: agreement, accord
Example Sentence: Mark my words you’d be ashamed to waste a tear on this little contrariety!
5. UNFLINCHING (ADJECTIVE): Resolute
Synonyms: courageous, fearless
Antonyms: afraid, fearful
Example Sentence: She has an absolute unflinching nature.
6. ABSOLVE (VERB): pardon
Synonyms: exonerate, acquit
Antonyms: accuse, blame
Example Sentence: The judicial inquiry absolved the soldiers.
7. ABSCOND (VERB): run away
Synonyms: flee, escape
Antonyms: arrive, remain
Example Sentence: Five inmates have absconded from the jail in the night.
8. AFFRAY (NOUN): clash
Synonyms: fight, altercation
Antonyms: agreement, harmony
Example Sentence: The timely action of the leader averted serious mishap of the affray between the two teammates.
9. ANNIHILATE (ADJECTIVE): destroy completely
Synonyms: crush, decimate
Antonyms: establish, build
Example Sentence: The misuse of dangerous weapons is likely to annihilate humanity.
10. ACUMEN (NOUN): mental keenness
Synonyms: acuity, awareness
Antonyms: ignorance, mistake
Example Sentence: This board game will put your trading acumen to the test.