1. ENGROSS (VERB): Bewitch
Synonyms: captivate, enrapture
Antonyms: disenchant, disgust
Example Sentence: Yesterday she engrossed everybody at the party.
2. DIFFIDENT (ADJECTIVE): Meek
Synonyms: timid, sheepish
Antonyms: brave, confident
Example Sentence: You are kind of diffident person.
3. DEBACLE (NOUN): Catastrophe
Synonyms: beating, collapse
Antonyms: attainment, accomplishment
Example Sentence: When the movie was released, it was called a debacle by the audience.
4. DERANGED (ADJECTIVE): Insane
Synonyms: crazed, maniacal
Antonyms: rational, sensible
Example Sentence: Mary is deranged girl, I’ve ever met.
5. DEMUR (VERB): Object
Synonyms: refuse, dissent
Antonyms: support, help
Example Sentence: At first I demurred when he asked me to do it.
6. PECKISH (ADJECTIVE): deprived of food
Synonyms: craving, hungry
Antonyms: satisfied, fed
Example Sentence: Rakul felt rather peckish close to bedtime.
7. SARTORIAL (ADJECTIVE): pertaining to tailors
Synonyms: stylish, elegant
Antonyms: frumpy, dumpy
Example Sentence: These days the sartorial movement is starting to make a comeback.
8. OVERWEENING (ADJECTIVE): arrogant
Synonyms: cavalier, haughty
Antonyms: modest, unassuming
Example Sentence: With his overweening ego, the actor expected to be recognized and flattered by everyone he met.
9. ENJOIN (VERB): Order
Synonyms: admonish, command
Antonyms: permit, allow
Example Sentence: He enjoined the students to move towards the classroom.
10. ENDEAVOR (NOUN): Attempt to achieve something
Synonyms: aim, effort
Antonyms: passivity, inactivity
Example Sentence: She will endeavor to speak a good word for the truth.