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The Most Useful 1000 Daily Use Opposite Words in English.

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SR WORD MEANING OPPOSITE WORD – 1 OPPOSITE WORD – 2
1 Worried anxious and upset about something Calm Relaxed
2 Devastated destroyed or completely ruined Intact Undamaged
3 Perfect complete in all respects; flawless Imperfect Flawed
4 Atrium a very large room, usually in the center of a home or building, that is open to the ceiling and often has a glass roof Enclosed Confined
5 Focal the most important aspect of something Peripheral Secondary
6 Close-minded having a narrow outlook that makes it difficult to consider other views or opinions Open-minded Accepting
7 Quaff to hastily consume a beverage Sip Abstain
8 Prominent showing distinction above others in a specific area Inconspicuous Unremarkable
9 Aesthetic concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste Unattractive Tasteless
10 Startled to be alarmed or frightened by something sudden Unperturbed Unfazed
11 Moss a small, flowerless green plant that reproduces through spores in wet places Arid Dry
12 Decade a span of ten years Single year Short period
13 Assemble to put together Disassemble Disperse
14 Coup de Gras a final blow that puts an end to a conflict or someone’s suffering Lifeline Respite
15 Afterglow a pleasant feeling or after-effect of an enjoyable event Anticipation Disappointment
16 Iridescent exhibiting a wide range of brilliant colors like a rainbow Monochromatic Dull
17 Dialectic the practice of reasoning that arrives at a truth by the exchange of logical arguments Monologue One-sided
18 Chap of the skin become cracked, rough, or sore, typically through exposure to cold weather; a cracked or sore patch on the skin Smooth Soft
19 Cash crop a crop produced to be sold, not to be used for personal use Subsistence crop Personal use crop
20 Interdependence a relationship in which individuals or groups are dependent upon each other Independence Autonomy
21 Program a group of events or exercises to accomplish a certain goal Disorder Chaos
22 Moral a lesson Immoral Unethical
23 Shall will have to; must May not Should not
24 Plea bargain to agree to plead guilty in return for a lesser charge Contest Refuse
25 Bloated swollen with fluid Deflated Flat
26 Rigorous strict and demanding Lenient Flexible
27 Dote to be excessively fond of Detach Dislike
28 Traumatic extremely disturbing or upsetting Calming Soothing
29 Slash a cut Mend Repair
30 Owe to be indebted to the amount of Repay Clear
31 Defray to cover, as in to pay for something Withhold Avoid
32 Irregular unusual or odd Regular Conventional
33 Straitlaced very proper in manners and morals Liberated Carefree
34 Surround to be completely around someone or something Isolate Separate
35 Stroll an aimless or casual walk Rush Haste
36 Lavish luxurious or elegant Simple Modest
37 Unobserved not seen; overlooked Noticed Visible
38 Tonnage the actual amount in heaviness that is measured in tons Lightness Weightlessness
39 Tycoon a person of great wealth or power in a particular industry Commoner Peasant
40 Rehearse to practice or run through Improvise Spontaneous
41 Embattle to fortify a place in preparation for an attack Retreat Surrender
42 Marquee a structure placed over the entrance to a hotel or theatre, stating either the name of the establishment or the play or movie and the artists appearing at that venue Anonymous Ordinary
43 Mingle To mix or combine (people or objects) Segregate Separate
44 Grow to get bigger Shrink Decrease
45 Chart to record information Erase Delete
46 Butchery a business that specializes in the slaughtering and processing of animals for meat Vegetarianism Mercy
47 Professionalism having and showing competence and skill of a trained specialist Amateurism Incompetence
48 Shorten to reduce or diminish something Lengthen Extend
49 Enviable greatly sought-after Undesirable Unattractive
50 Guesstimate to make an estimate based on the facts at hand Accurate estimate Precise estimate
51 Plangent having a loud mournful sound Soothing Melodic
52 Paroxysm an unexpected outburst of emotion Tranquility Calmness
53 Grippe Influenza; flu Wellness Health
54 Subtle hard to notice or see Obvious Overt
55 Contingent depending on whether or not something else occurs Certain Definite
56 Ladder a structure with two side pieces and bars made of wood, metal, or rope that is used for climbing Trench Abyss
57 Lustrous shiny; glossy Dull Matte
58 Senseless pointless; done for no clear reason Sensible Rational
59 Auditorium a large room or building where people gather to watch a performance or hear a speech Outdoors Open-air
60 Straw man an proposal that lacks a solid foundation Valid argument Solid reasoning
61 Pummel to hit or strike heavily and repeatedly Soothe Comfort
62 Makebate a person who causes arguments or starts up trouble Peacemaker Harmonizer
63 Greatest largest in size, number, or degree Smallest Inferior
64 Microcosm a miniaturized version of something Macrocosm Entirety
65 Holocaust the extermination of a large group of individuals or other living things by deliberate or natural means Salvation Rescue
66 Pedigree a record of ancestry that relates to living creatures Mongrel Mixed breed
67 Academically in a way that relates to education or academic achievement Non-academically Unscholarly
68 Alert to strongly make someone or something aware of trouble or something dangerous that is about to occur Oblivious Inattentive
69 Obdurate unmoved by persuasion, pity, or tender feelings; stubborn Flexible Yielding
70 Forsooth the truth or indeed Falsehood Untruth
71 Failure a disaster or flop Success Achievement
72 Unceremoniously in an abrupt way that is considered rude Respectfully Politely
73 Flare a sudden pop of fire Extinguish Dim
74 Dotty somewhat eccentric Sane Rational
75 Virtual carried out or accessed over a computer Physical Tangible
76 Notably in a manner that is remarkable or greater than expected Insignificantly Commonly
77 Attract to cause something to be drawn towards something else Repel Deter
78 Prefigure to show ahead of time Surprised Unexpected
79 Unorthodox nontraditional Conventional Traditional
80 Divinity the property of being divine, of being like a god or God Mortality Humanity
81 Quixotic unrealistic and impractical Pragmatic Sensible
82 Precursor something that happens before something else Successor Follower
83 Yegg a thief who is skilled in breaking open safes Honest person Law-abiding
84 Distorted unclear; vague Clear Undistorted
85 Irreverent displaying little respect to a person, thing, or idea Respectful Reverent
86 Crept simple past tense of creep; move slowly Sprinted Rushed
87 Loyalist someone who supports their ruler or government, especially during a revolution Rebel Dissenter
88 Hermit someone who lives alone and avoids human companionship Socialite Outgoing
89 Lesson an activity or event that teaches you something or provides knowledge Ignorance Unawareness
90 Calumniate to voice untrue accounts about an individual or group Praise Commend
91 Perdition unending damnation Salvation Redemption
92 Prospect an individual who is likely to be selected or targeted Reject Deny
93 Condemned declared unfit or unworthy; officially treated poorly Commended Praised
94 Masculine manly or seen as male in nature Feminine Effeminate
95 Burlap coarse, plain-woven fabric used for bagging, furniture, and rugs Silk Velvet
96 Make to form or build something Destroy Demolish
97 Repeal to cancel Enact Approve
98 Interesting able to attract your attention or make you want to know more Boring Dull
99 Sleight of hand deceptive tricks that usually require quick hand movements Honesty Transparency
100 Snaggletooth a smile with a tooth or teeth that are crooked and project out past others Straight-toothed Aligned teeth
101 Consolation comfort or reward given to someone who has lost something or someone Desolation Despair
102 Extemporize to improvise, especially while giving a speech or performing music Plan Prepare
103 Hypnotized put someone in a trancelike state Awakened Conscious
104 State the condition or status of an object or situation Chaos Disorder
105 Flop to drop down in a hefty and wobbly way Succeed Thrive
106 Segregate to place apart because of real or perceived differences Integrate Unify
107 Pester to bother someone with several questions or requests to the point that it becomes a point of anger Assist Help
108 Furrowed crumpled or to make wrinkles Smooth Unwrinkled
109 Paladin a very brave knight that fought using a horse and a sword Coward Timid
110 Sense the bodies ability to experience sight, sound, touch, taste, or smell Nonsense Absurdity
111 Oncology the examination and analysis of cancer Noncancerous Healthy
112 Influenced persuaded; Impacted one’s behavior or thoughts Unaffected Uninfluenced
113 In turn a statement meaning because of that Simultaneously Together
114 Matter be of importance of have significance Trivial Insignificant
115 Automatically spontaneously and involuntarily Manually Voluntarily
116 Least the smallest in degree or amount Most Maximum
117 Balky not willing to cooperate or comply as expected Cooperative Compliant
118 Befall to occur or happen to a person Avoid Prevent
119 Shattering breaking apart into many pieces Intact Whole
120 Precept a rule that sets the pattern for one’s behavior Disregard Ignore
121 Backdoor refers to an indirect or dishonest way of doing or achieving something Direct Open
122 Afar in a distant area Nearby Close
123 Delay to postpone something Expedite Hasten
124 Prodigal carelessly and foolishly spending money, time, etc. Thrifty Frugal
125 Increased grew in number or size Decreased Reduced
126 Trickery the practice of being deceitful and dishonest Honesty Sincerity
127 Finance to pay for something or provide monetary support for it Withhold Deny
128 Lodestar a specific star used for navigation at sea Misguidance Misdirection
129 Unidirectional operating or moving in one direction Bidirectional Multidirectional
130 Pretext a fake excuse or reason Genuine Valid
131 Realist a person who accepts the true nature of a situation rather than an idealized version Idealist Dreamer
132 Uncivilized impolite, coarse and uncouth Civilized Cultured
133 Supine lying face upward Upright Erect
134 Haunches Hindquarters; Hips, buttocks, and upper thighs of a human or animal Forequarters Front
135 Nettle to cause someone to become annoyed or angry Please Gratify
136 Buck male deer or antelope Doe Female
137 Abidance a state of compliance or following of the rules Violation Disregard
138 Purview area of authority or control Limitation Restriction
139 Hoopla excitement or commotion surrounding a situation Calmness Serenity
140 Scheduled describing an event that is intended to take place at a certain time Unscheduled Spontaneous
141 Inspired encouraged; motivated Uninspired Unmotivated
142 Peeve an annoyance or irritant Delight Pleasure
143 Amass to bring together a large amount Distribute Disperse
144 Ferment to produce excitement or unrest Calm Settle
145 Remind to cause someone to remember something Forget Neglect
146 Undiminished not lessened; not made weaker Diminished Decreased
147 Aim to point something in a certain direction Miss Wander
148 Lasted to have continued for a certain amount of time Ended Concluded
149 Jape a practical joke or trick that you play on someone Seriousness Sincerity
150 Wetland land that has wet soil, such as a marsh or a swamp Dry land Desert
151 Mantra a phrase or term repeated often that usually echoes an individual’s basic principles Noise Dissonance
152 Recluse a person who lives alone and avoids other people; a hermit Socialite Extrovert
153 Hound to constantly chase or bother someone because you want to get something from them Assist Help
154 Obtained gained or got a hold of something Lost Surrendered
155 Restrict to limit something Allow Permit
156 Coherence unity; consistency Incoherence Disconnection
157 Flagship the best or most important thing produced by a company Mediocre Inferior
158 Bibliography a list of the works referred to in a scholarly piece, usually at the end in the form of an appendix Unreferenced Unacknowledged
159 Misspell to spell something wrong Spell correctly Correct spelling
160 Awesomeness greatness or excellence Mediocrity Inferiority
161 Consciously doing something deliberately, with awareness Unconsciously Involuntarily
162 Pendant a pendant a piece of jewelry worn around the neck Bracelet Ring
163 Enigmatic full of mystery and difficult to understand Clear Transparent
164 Barometer something used as an indicator Misleading Deceptive
165 Acting pretending; appearing to be Genuine Authentic
166 Bespoke individually or custom made Standard Mass-produced
167 Scant a tiny amount Abundant Plentiful
168 Gynarchy a government ruled by a woman or women Patriarchy Male-dominated
169 Pandiculation yawning and stretching Stillness Rest
170 Dapper neat in appearance, usually referring to a male Untidy Sloppy
171 Champagne an expensive French wine that is white or pink and fizzy (has bubbles.) Nonalcoholic Juice
172 Contretemps an ill-timed or humiliating incident Harmony Agreement
173 Dormant not doing anything at this time Active Vigorous
174 Crumple crush something in a way that it becomes wrinkled with many folds Smooth Flatten
175 Adhere conform to or follow rules exactly Deviate Diverge
176 Dial to call a telephone number Hang up Ignore
177 Au gratin cooking technique in which a dish topped with cheese and/or breadcrumbs and then browned Plain Simple
178 Torah the five books found in the beginning of the holy book of the Judaism religion Non-religious Secular
179 Cloudy (of weather or sky) overcast; covered with clouds Clear Sunny
180 Reinvigorate to revive or refresh Exhaust Drain
181 Enrich to improve something or make something more enjoyable Impoverish Deplete
182 Obnubilate to obscure or darken something Clarify Illuminate
183 Patent an official government document that allows the creator of a product to only create and sell this product for a period of time Open Generic
184 Prevaricate speak or act in an evasive way Truth Honesty
185 Destine to intend for something to fulfill a certain purpose Divert Sidetrack
186 Clown someone who acts silly to entertain or make others laugh Serious person Comedian
187 Ratified confirmed or made official Rejected Disapproved
188 Ungainly used to describe a person or movement that is clumsy or awkward Graceful Agile
189 Apolitical not interested in political topics or events Political Engaged
190 None not any or no one All Everything
191 Archaic old and no longer useful Modern Current
192 Cheapen to reduce the price or quality of something Enhance Improve
193 Pachyderm a mammal, usually with thick skin, that has hooves or appendages similar in shape to hooves Lightweight Thin-skinned
194 Messenger someone who delivers a message (communicates) to someone else Withholder Concealer
195 Stress to place emphasis or importance on Relax Unwind
196 Yacht a sail-boat used for racing or pleasure rides Canoe Kayak
197 Joke something said to cause amusement or entertainment Seriousness Gravity
198 Embrace to clasp someone or each other with affection; hug Reject Avoid
199 Blare emit a loud and harsh sound Muffle Hush
200 Detached not connected or joined Attached Connected
201 Ravine a tiny yet deep valley Hill Mountain
202 Frenetic fast, frantic, harried, or frenzied Calm Relaxed
203 Judicious showing intelligence and good judgment Foolish Unwise
204 Turnabout a complete reversal of a situation or an opinion Continuation Stability
205 Passing giving out; delivering Holding Keeping
206 Bashful shy or easily embarrassed Confident Bold
207 Loyal trusted and dependable Disloyal Unfaithful
208 Dilatory intended to cause delay Prompt Punctual
209 Salute to show distinction to someone by raising the right hand using a certain gesture Ignore Neglect
210 Retort   Agree Concur
211 Macabre gruesome, shocking, disturbing, terrifying Pleasant Wholesome
212 Waif a very skinny and lanky girl or young woman Plump Well-fed
213 Excessive more than needed Moderate Reasonable
214 Unwieldy hard to relocate because of its size Manageable Compact
215 Endearment actions or words that convey affection Dislike Hostility
216 All the while for that whole period of time; happening continually during that time Never Occasionally
217 Plaintiff in court the individual who claims someone else is responsible for a misdeed Defendant Accused
218 Homebrew beer or some other type of alcoholic drink made at home Commercial Factory-made
219 Irremediable unable to be remedied, cured, corrected or repaired Remediable Fixable
220 Syringe a device used to suck up or inject liquid Extractor Injector
221 Periscope a viewing instrument, in the shape of a tube comprised of mirrors and lenses, that allows a viewer to obtain a clear field of sight Blindspot Tunnel Vision
222 Exegesis detailed explanation of a written passage Summary Simplification
223 Opaque not able to be seen through Transparent Clear
224 Yore a very long time ago Present Modernity
225 VIP a acronym for the phrase ‘very important person Ordinary Common
226 Tidiness the act of being neat or something that is neat Untidiness Disorder
227 Ostensible appearing as such but not necessarily so Genuine Authentic
228 Synod a council Schism Disagreement
229 Executive a high-ranking employee in a company or business Subordinate Worker
230 Ignition the action of setting something on fire Extinguishment Quenching
231 Stupefy to astonish to the point that a person’s thinking ability is decreased Enlighten Clarify
232 Flippancy a manner that lacks respect or seriousness Seriousness Gravity
233 Ring a circular band of any material Straight Line
234 Ajar slightly opened Closed Shut
235 Turbulent being in a wild or disordered state Calm Serene
236 Petrol gas or fuel Electric Battery
237 Self-assured showing confidence in one’s self and your own abilities/skills Insecure Doubtful
238 Collegial associated with a pleasant relationship between co-workers or peers Hostile Competitive
239 Kickstart to take steps to make something begin Halt Stop
240 Unprepared not ready or able to deal with something Ready Equipped
241 Prompted to be led to take action Discouraged Hesitated
242 Increment a degree by which something is increased or enlarged Reduction Decrease
243 Sterile devoid of germs Fertile Productive
244 Pro bono a free service to the public by a lawyer Paid Commercial
245 Postponed put something on hold; Scheduled an event for a later time than initially planned Held Advanced
246 Materialism constant concern over material possessions and wealth Minimalism Spirituality
247 Functionality being suited to serve a purpose well or perform a task well Dysfunction Malfunction
248 Ouch an exclamation of hurt or pain Pleasure Comfort
249 Nefarious very evil and wicked Virtuous Righteous
250 Renovation to restore a building in good condition Deterioration Decay
251 Uptick a small increase in something Decrease Downturn
252 Preternatural unusual; uncommon in nature Ordinary Natural
253 Enlist to volunteer/ask others for help or aid Refuse Decline
254 Strangulate to prevent proper blood flow in the body via constriction Liberate Release
255 Shelter to give temporary protection from something bad such as weather or danger Expose Endanger
256 Finale the climax of an event or last part of a performance, public event, etc Prelude Beginning
257 Autochthonous original inhabitants of a place without any migration or intermingling of other groups Immigrant Migrant
258 Evoke to bring a feeling, a memory or an image into your mind Suppress Repress
259 Monograph a specialist work of writing on a single subject Compilation Anthology
260 Expurgate to edit out rude, incorrect, offensive, useless, or otherwise undesirable information; to purge Include Retain
261 Robber someone who commits robbery, someone who steals Victim Innocent
262 Paraplegic someone who is unable to move their legs and lower body Able-bodied Mobile
263 Trim to make something neater by cutting away excess or irregular parts Expand Enlarge
264 Misconceived interpreted wrong because information wasn’t properly understood Understood Grasped
265 Via by way of; through Bypass Avoid
266 Matriarch a woman who leads a tribe or family Patriarch Male-led
267 Particularly to a higher degree than normal or average Generally Commonly
268 Cowardly referring to someone that has no courage or bravery Courageous Brave
269 Temple a building that is devoted to religious worship Secular Profane
270 Truculence aggressively forceful and hostile behavior Gentleness Kindness
271 Tactless without tact; not sensitive Considerate Diplomatic
272 Improvident not preparing for the financial future; reckless Provident Cautious
273 Introduction a situation in which someone or something is brought in or used for the first time Conclusion Conclusion
274 Emeritus retaining a title of honor after retirement Active Working
275 Role an actor or actress’s part in a play or movie Background Minor
276 Hussar a soldier from Hungary known for wearing vibrant attire Pacifist Peaceful
277 Nepotism the act of giving opportunities to others simply because of a personal relationship Impartiality Fairness
278 Categorize to place something in a class or group based on its attributes Unclassify Disorganize
279 Pirogue a pirogue is a long narrow canoe Speedboat Cruiser
280 Gateway an entrance or network that connects one thing to another Barrier Blockage
281 Adjourn to suspend or conclude an event Continue Persist
282 Grumpy ill-tempered or unhappy Cheerful Joyful
283 Fanciful imaginative or unreal Realistic Pragmatic
284 Whetstone a sharpening stone that is used to sharpen knives or other tools Dullness Bluntness
285 Iconoclast someone who attacks the beliefs, customs, and opinions that most people in a society accept Traditionalist Conservative
286 Feared something that one is afraid of Comforted Reassured
287 Treacle mushy or emotional sentimentality Candor Bluntness
288 Patch to conceal and protect a little piece of cloth or other material over a gap Gap Hole
289 Amaranthine immortal or undying Mortal Transient
290 Smudgy having blurred or smeared marks on the surface Clear Clean
291 Enthusiast a person who is highly interested in something Detractor Critic
292 Regroup to stop for a short period before continuing doing a difficult task Disband Scatter
293 Pretension asserting a certain quality or status Humility Modesty
294 Swanky something that is stylishly expensive Modest Simple
295 Upstanding honest; respectable Dishonest Unethical
296 Lunar pertaining to the moon Solar Terrestrial
297 Elusion the act of escaping or hiding from someone Capture Seizure
298 Ruth feeling of sorrow for someone else who is suffering Indifference Callousness
299 Foist to compel a person or group to accept something that is not wanted Accept Embrace
300 Delayed something that has been slowed down or postponed Accelerated Hastened
301 Transaction the act of exchanging something for something else, whether it be an idea, goods, money, labor, or alliances Holding Keeping
302 Prognostic describes something that would help predict the likely outcome of a disease or illness Unpredictive Inconclusive
303 Argumentative predisposed to debating, disagreeing, or expressing controversial opinions or beliefs Agreeable Cooperative
304 Contumely unpleasant behavior or language Praise Respectful
305 Master to overcome or gain control of something Surrender Yield
306 Conceal to put out of sight or hide from scrutiny Reveal Expose
307 Truant one who skips something important Attending Present
308 Fantastical odd and remarkable; as if it came from the imagination Realistic Practical
309 Overrule to make a decision that opposes or rejects someone else’s idea, opinion, or decision Accept Approve
310 Virtual something that is a digitally replicated version of something real Real Physical
311 Ungrateful not grateful; not expressing gratitude Thankful Appreciative
312 Subjective open to an individual’s interpretation Objective Factual
313 Constants values that remain unchanged throughout a program Variables Changing
314 Degenerate to fall below a certain level of quality Improve Elevate
315 Thirst to desire or crave Satiety Quench
316 Abandoned deserted or left by someone else Occupied Inhabited
317 Envy to desire something had by another Contentment Satisfaction
318 Fascinating interesting or intriguing Boring Uninteresting
319 Paygrade a step on a multi-level wage or salary range Volunteer Unpaid
320 Breezy pleasantly windy Calm Still
321 Dilemma a situation in which you have to make a tough choice Solution Certainty
322 Demure shy and modest; reserved Bold Outspoken
323 Protrude to push out Recede Withdraw
324 Pictograph a pictograph is a visual depiction of information Text Alphabet
325 Recant to retract a public statement Affirm Confirm
326 Odious unpleasant; repulsive Pleasant Agreeable
327 Harshly in a way that is cruel or rough Gently Mildly
328 Misapply to use something in the wrong way or for the wrong purpose Apply Use
329 Underline to emphasize something written by marking a line underneath it Ignore Overlook
330 Strut a proud step or walk, with the head upright Humble Modest
331 Baseness a shortage of positive qualities Nobility Excellence
332 Extinction the process of a species completely dying out Survival Preservation
333 Skirting skirting is going around something instead of straight through it Direct Through
334 Concurrent occurring at the same point in time Sequential Sequential
335 Submit to bring forth an item before or to a group of people Withhold Resist
336 Continuously an adverb that means without interruption or ceasing Occasionally Sporadically
337 Abutment a structure built to support the weight or pressure of an arch or end of something such as a bridge Gap Disconnection
338 Rusty metal object covered in rust Polished Shiny
339 Aficionado an expert or enthusiast who is extremely knowledgeable about a subject or activity Novice Beginner
340 Pusillanimous lacking bravery or courage Brave Courageous
341 Impregnate to cause someone to become pregnant Abstain Avoid
342 Rollicking joyous and carefree Sober Serious
343 Supernumerary in excess Essential Necessary
344 Video to record or capture something on film Audio Sound
345 Withdrawal the removal or cancellation of something Deposit Addition
346 Scrunch to squeeze something together tightly Flatten Smooth
347 Chatter trivial talk or chit chat Silence Quiet
348 Knell an indication that something has come to a conclusion or an end Commencement Start
349 Linear arranged or along a straight line Nonlinear Curved
350 Intricate highly involved or complex Simple Plain
351 Jovial warm and friendly Gloomy Somber
352 Motorist one who travels by motorized vehicle Pedestrian Walker
353 Magisterial overbearing and domineering Humble Submissive
354 Hypochondriac one who believes he or she is always ill Healthy Fit
355 Suffuse to spread out excessively Drain Deplete
356 Preferred liked or favored over other choices Undesired Unwanted
357 Frump an unattractive woman who dresses in an old-fashioned, shabby way Fashionable Stylish
358 Putative assumed to be as such Certain Confirmed
359 Magniloquent using high-sounding, boastful language Modest Humble
360 Superfluity an unnecessarily large amount of something Scarcity Shortage
361 Bear to tolerate or accept something Reject Refuse
362 Ownership possession of something Dispossession Loss
363 Repetitive happening, in the same way, many times Varied Diverse
364 Amatory associated with expressing erotic or sexual love Platonic Non-romantic
365 Numbness the decrease or absence of feeling Sensation Feeling
366 Allotment one share of something that has been given out in portions Whole Entirety
367 House arrest a person under house arrest has been officially ordered not to leave home Freedom Liberty
368 Light to set something on fire Extinguish Quench
369 Voluminous spacious; roomy Compact Small
370 Disputatious taking pleasure in arguments Agreeable Cooperative
371 Allergen something that leads to an allergic reaction Harmless Non-irritant
372 Deforestation the process of a forested area being deprived of foliage, usually as a result of resource gathering Afforestation Reforestation
373 Nestle to snuggle or cuddle something Separate Distance
374 Revenant an individual who has returned from a lengthy absence or a grave Departed Absent
375 Neat tidy and well-ordered Messy Untidy
376 Bad of poor quality or standard Good Excellent
377 Excepting excluding; except for Including Considering
378 Current happening or being done/used now Past Outdated
379 Hirsute hairy Bald Hairless
380 Doddering physically weak or trembling because of old age Agile Energetic
381 Vine a plant that gets its support by growing in a climbing or twisting way around a surface Animal Inanimate
382 Formalism a type of art where the focus is primarily on the form or outer appearance as opposed to the inner details Informality Casual
383 Anhydrous describes a substance that has no water Hydrated Moist
384 Hypertension the disease or disorder of abnormally high blood pressure Normal Healthy
385 Thief one who steals things from others Honest Law-abiding
386 Feverishly performed in a hasty way Calmly Composed
387 Bigoted narrow-minded; Intolerant based on biases or prejudices Tolerant Open-minded
388 Conflate to blend two or more things into one whole Differentiate Distinguish
389 Synchronize to cause two or more events to happen at exactly the same time, at the same rate, or in a time-coordinated way Desynchronize Desynchronize
390 Milieu the environment in which one experiences life Isolation Solitude
391 Penal penal refers to a disciplinary punishment Innocent Just
392 Nescience unawareness or ignorance Awareness Knowledge
393 Procure to get possession of something by action or effort Forfeit Lose
394 Ostracize exclude someone Include Accept
395 Illustrious respectable because of one’s accomplishments Unknown Obscure
396 Heathen one who is uncultured or nonreligious Religious Pious
397 Quality control a system for maintaining a desired level of quality in an existing product or service Deficiency Flaw
398 Air the invisible mixture of gases that covers the earth Solid Ground
399 Eventful full of interesting and exciting events Uneventful Monotonous
400 Conditioner something used to improve one’s current condition Aggravator Irritant
401 Barb a sharp pointy wire that projects out from a longer wire or hook Blunt Dull
402 Xerox a photocopy or reproduction of something Original Genuine
403 Pathogen a tiny organism that brings about a disease Beneficial Antidote
404 Penance self-inflicted punishment for a misdeed Reward Indulgence
405 Accismus the pretended refusal of something one strongly desires Acceptance Approval
406 Commoner an ordinary person who has no special title and isn’t of royal blood Aristocrat Noble
407 Viscount a lower-middle ranking english nobleman Commoner Peasant
408 Oculist an out-of-date term which refers to either an ophthalmologist or optometrist Modern Optician Eye Specialist
409 Immodest lacking modesty and decency Modest Decent
410 Assign to designate or set apart something for some purpose Unassign Detach
411 Gale a very strong wind Calm Breeze
412 Buttress   Undermine Weaken
413 Barracks lodging quarters in a structure for military troops Civilian Individual
414 Viewpoint someone’s perspective or position on something Consensus Agreement
415 Gamete a developed sex cell that has only one set of unpaired chromosomes Somatic Cell Sperm
416 Incarnate to stand for something or someone in a noticeable way Abstract Conceptual
417 Repay to reimburse Owe Default
418 Trolley a vehicle, usually that resembles a rectangular bus that is powered by electricity and runs on a cable or track Stationary Fixed
419 Ledge a flat slender surface that protrudes out of a wall Depression Hollow
420 Grandfathered exempt from a new law or regulation because of an old rule or existing account New Contemporary
421 Comportment conduct; manners Misconduct Indecorum
422 Apart to be separated by a typically considerable distance Together Joined
423 Nervous anxious; worried Calm Relaxed
424 Mark a small area on a surface that is stained or discolored Blemish Stain
425 Oh response that is an emotional astonishment Ah Wow
426 Pear a sweet firm fruit that has a thinner top with a bowl-like base Apple Banana
427 Notify to inform someone of something Conceal Withhold
428 Pictured imagined; saw in one’s mind Unseen Unimagined
429 Aghast shocked or surprised in an upsetting way Delighted Pleased
430 Restaurant a place where food is sold and served to customers Home Kitchen Residence
431 Generative capable of producing or reproducing something Sterile Nonproductive
432 Stylish in trend with current fashion styles Outdated Unfashionable
433 Pique to trigger curiosity or interest Indifference Disinterest
434 Mannerisms common gestures and behaviors from a person or thing Naturalness Simplicity
435 Monogamy the condition of having only one spouse or partner Polygamy Infidelity
436 Bodice the part of a woman’s dress that is above the waist, but doesn’t include the sleeves Lower Body Skirt
437 Meticulous showing great attention to detail; very careful and precise Careless Negligent
438 Defoliant a synthetic spray applied to trees or plants in order for the leaves to fall off of them Fertilizer Growth-promoter
439 Family a group of people related to one another Individual Outsider
440 Shuttle a form of transportation that travels between two places on a regular basis Permanent Fixed
441 Intellect the capability to view things in a logical manner Ignorance Stupidity
442 Revel to take joy in something Mourn Lament
443 Quarrelsome argumentative; confrontational Harmonious Agreeable
444 Alcove a small area that is secluded from a large space Open Area Expanse
445 Revelry loud and rough partying Quietness Calmness
446 Programming the process of writing and scheduling programs Decommission Disable
447 Exasperated very annoyed Calm Unbothered
448 Meanspirited unkind; rude Kind Compassionate
449 Leaned slanted; bent in one direction Straightened Upright
450 Full disclosure principle under which all material facts regarding a case or event must be revealed or released Concealment Secrecy
451 Manic wildly erratic or frenzied in behavior Calm Stable
452 Commuter a person who regularly travels a great distance to work Resident Local
453 Scholastic related to academic studies or education Non-academic Non-educational
454 Hardware tools or machine parts Software Virtual
455 Bacteria microscopic living organisms, some of which are dangerous and can cause illness Probiotic Beneficial
456 Indigene an indigenous person that is a native of a certain place Immigrant Outsider
457 Negligent careless; irresponsible Cautious Careful
458 Well-being refers to one’s health or safety Ill-being Sickness
459 Glamorous stylishly fashionable Plain Dull
460 Predominant being the main thing or issue Insignificant Minor
461 Wedded married Single Unmarried
462 Egalitarianism the idea of fairness for all humans Inequality Hierarchy
463 Casino a place where a person goes to play games or gamble money Home Residence
464 Voluble characterized by ready or rapid speech; fluent Reserved Silent
465 Mordacious having an abrasive attitude or using abrasive words Friendly Amicable
466 Aeronautical dealing with the operation of an aircraft, flight Grounded Earthbound
467 Sublingual pertaining to the bottom of the mouth beneath the tongue Oral Buccal
468 Feedback information or statements of opinion about something, such as a new product or performance Criticism Silence
469 Circumscribe to limit the range or scope of something to a particular degree Expand Broaden
470 Simplicity the state of being easy or simple Complexity Complication
471 Abundance a large quantity; many Scarcity Shortage
472 Gelid extremely cold or icy Warm Mild
473 Aerial happening in the air Ground Terrestrial
474 Eighth to be number eight in a line of things First Initial
475 Backdrop a painted piece of cloth that is used as the background for a performance picture Foreground Main Scene
476 Icky with an unpleasant quality Pleasant Agreeable
477 Tearjerker a sentimental story, movie, or song, calculated to evoke sadness or sympathy Uplifting Happy
478 Trump to outrank or beat someone Surrender Yield
479 Epithet a word or phrase that describes a person or thing Praise Approval
480 Jut to stick out from something in a noticeable way Recede Retreat
481 Scornfully in a way that shows you have no respect or like for someone or something Respectfully Admiringly
482 Seniority refers to having a high ranking in an organization due to having been there for a longer period of time than others Juniority Subordination
483 Submittal the act of someone or something being directed and shown to someone else for a conclusion Withholding Concealment
484 Postgraduate referring to study undertaken after completing a first degree Undergraduate Beginner
485 Guild an alliance of individuals with similar goals and interests Independent Individual
486 Hidebound rigidly opposed to change Flexible Open-minded
487 Directory a book listing individuals or organizations alphabetically or thematically with details such as names, addresses, and telephone numbers Chaos Disorder
488 Handy useful; practical Unhelpful Inconvenient
489 Tournament (In a sport or game) a series of contests between a number of competitors, who compete for an overall prize Exhibition Practice
490 Backing supporting; funding Opposition Resistance
491 Part a piece or section of something Whole Entirety
492 Unbeknownst without an individual’s knowledge Known Revealed
493 Elevator a device used for raising and lowering people in multi-floor buildings Stairs Escalator
494 Galling triggering annoyance or anger Soothing Comforting
495 Achilles Heel a crippling weakness in an otherwise impenetrable object Strength Forte
496 Incommodious not comfortable; unpleasant Comfortable Spacious
497 Dollop a little blob of something that is usually squishy or gooey Whole Entirety
498 Purity the state of being clean and clear; not mixed with anything else Impurity Contamination
499 Cumulative growing as a result of additions Isolated Individual
500 Effusive expressing a lot of emotion Reserved Restrained
501 Leisure free time from doing tasks Work Labor
502 Merged combined into one single object or being Separated Divided
503 Exhilarate to make an individual extremely happy Depress Sadden
504 Refuge a place that offers protection or serves as an escape Danger Risk
505 Happening taking place; occurring Stillness Inactivity
506 Close uncomfortably humid and lacking in breezes or wind Breezy Fresh
507 Geology that portion of science associated with rocks and their relevance in the history of an area or planet Meteorology Oceanography
508 Suppress to prevent or restrain action or emotion Encourage Promote
509 Hygiene practices or conditions that promote health through cleanliness Neglect Filth
510 Decay to rot or break down Flourish Thrive
511 Lagniappe a small gift given to a customer when purchasing something Scarcity Absence
512 Gambol to jump or run in a playful manner Walk Stroll
513 Turpitude a vile or depraved act Virtue Integrity
514 Per se by itself or as such Inessential Secondary
515 Layoff a suspension of work duties because the company doesn’t have enough business or money Employment Hiring
516 Maleficent harmful or evil in intent or effect Benevolent Kind
517 Differentiate to identify as dissimilar Similar Identify
518 Prompt in good time; punctual Delay Procrastinate
519 Mystified puzzled or confused Clear Understand
520 Schematic a drawing or sketch using abstract, graphic symbols that shows how a system works in a simple way Elaborate Detailed
521 Presumption a belief that something is true or false without having all of the facts Certainty Knowledge
522 Shorn to cut Grow Lengthen
523 Inmate a person who is in jail or in prison Free Outsider
524 Vilely in an evil or wicked way Righteously Virtuously
525 Vespertine taking place or happening at night Diurnal Daytime
526 Distraction something that draws one’s attention away from their intended focus Focus Concentration
527 Blackguard to abuse or put someone down verbally Praise Compliment
528 Sedulous diligent, hard working and persistent Negligent Lazy
529 Herculean demanding an extraordinary amount of labor or effort Effortless Easy
530 Hokum talk that is considered nonsense Sensible Rational
531 Ogre a man-eating giant found in fairytales and legends Angel Kind
532 Delight a strong feeling of happiness or pleasure Displeasure Discontent
533 Improvise to create something as needed Plan Prepare
534 Enactment the process of passing a law Repeal Abolishment
535 Ambient producing a mood or effect by being present Stagnant Lifeless
536 Concision the process of cutting out unnecessary words when relaying a thought or idea Verbosity Wordiness
537 Retained kept or held Released Let go
538 Parenthood the status of being a mother or father Childless Barren
539 Amanuensis a secretary whose job is to write or type what someone else is saying Autograph Author
540 Oenophile a connoisseur or person who loves wine Teetotaler Abstainer
541 Proliferation a rapid multiplication of parts or the increase in the number of something Reduction Decrease
542 Privileged advantaged or fortunate Disadvantaged Underprivileged
543 Cram to stuff; completely fill Organize Arrange
544 Nether rear; posterior Superior Upper
545 Homewrecker a person who is blamed for the breakup of a marriage or family because they are having an affair with one party Peacemaker Reconciler
546 Snookered tricked or trapped Aware Informed
547 Subcontinent a recognizable area within a continent Mainland Continent
548 Complaisance willing compliance or agreement Refusal Disapproval
549 Germane relating to a subject in an appropriate way Irrelevant Unrelated
550 Characterize to describe Misrepresent Distort
551 Headstrong focused on doing what one wants Compliant Obedient
552 Shatter to break something into multiple pieces Repair Mend
553 Decimate to destroy or greatly decrease in size or number Increase Multiply
554 Lucre money or profit gained illegally or immorally Charity Philanthropy
555 Symbolize an object used to represent a greater or hidden meaning Misrepresent Distort
556 Crash to collide into something Slow down Halt
557 Insouciant not concerned about anything; carefree Concerned Anxious
558 Bloodshed carnage and a massacre where lots of human lives were lost during a violent event Peace Harmony
559 Density how compact or concrete something is Rarity Sparsity
560 Decathlon an athletic contest consisting of ten events Singularity Individuality
561 Excess surplus; extra Deficiency Insufficiency
562 Homophobia dislike or prejudice against those who like the same sex (homosexuals) Acceptance Tolerance
563 Minor a legal term meaning child or one under the age of 18 Major Adult
564 Moment for a short unknown amount of time Duration Eternity
565 Cradle a rocking infant’s bed that usually has sides Rock Jolt
566 Problem a situation regarded as troubling or unwelcome that must be solved or overcome Solution Resolution
567 Undeniably emphasizing that something is clearly true and can’t be denied Questionably Doubtfully
568 Quaker A nickname for a religious member of the Religious Society of Friends Agitator Troublemaker
569 Skin the thin layer of tissue that covers the outside of the body or an object Core Interior
570 Touched deeply moved emotionally Unaffected Unmoved
571 Lacked needed; required Possessed Had
572 Hardship adversity; difficulty Comfort Ease
573 Gratified to be satisfied or indulged Dissatisfied Displeased
574 Crew a team of people who work on the same project or job Individual Solo
575 Store a place where items are sold to the public Deplete Empty
576 Impecunious lacking money; penniless Wealthy Affluent
577 Dishevel to make something disordered or untidy Arrange Tidy
578 Often frequently and regularly Rarely Seldom
579 Dictatorship a form of government in which one person has total power Democracy Republic
580 Cusp a point in time that marks the beginning of a change or a transition Center Middle
581 Corps a band of people operating together Individual Singular
582 Rectitude behavior that is correct and moral Dishonesty Corruption
583 Pasquinade a composition (cartoon, flyer or skit) that imitates, mocks or misrepresents somebody’s style, typically in a humorous way Praise Acclaim
584 Natural something organic derived from nature that is raw and pure, not having been treated or processed Artificial Synthetic
585 Paper a thin flimsy item that is made from wood and mainly used for people to write on Metal Plastic
586 Revelation a surprising realization that makes you look at things in a new way Concealment Secrecy
587 Lawful legal; allowed by the rules/law Unlawful Illegal
588 Conniption a fit, fuss, or tantrum Calmness Composure
589 Needed required; wanted Unnecessary Excessive
590 Verbatim repeating the exact words that were used Paraphrase Summarize
591 Hypothermia a dangerous drop in body temperature brought on by cold temperature Hyperthermia Warmth
592 Coquette a flirty lady with the male population to seek their appreciation Modest Reserved
593 Obvious noticeable and likely to be determined Obscure Unclear
594 Smidgen a small amount of something Abundance Plenitude
595 Honorary a title or acclaim without having to go through the normal route to achieve it Earned Deserved
596 Formally officially Informally Casually
597 Dexterous having or showing great skill or cleverness Clumsy Awkward
598 Scuff to scrape or scratch Polish Buff
599 Merger the joining of two things into one Separation Division
600 Pilferage the recurrent theft of small items of little value Honesty Integrity
601 Fatal causes death or leads to a disaster Nonfatal Benign
602 Suffered experienced; lived through Enjoyed Relished
603 Purlieus the area surrounding a place Core Center
604 Transparency openness; clearness Opacity Opaqueness
605 Shoot to kill or wound something with a bullet or an arrow Spare Preserve
606 Underestimate to say that something is worth less than it really is Overestimate Appraise
607 Shortcoming a deficiency or failing Strength Merit
608 Responded took action Ignored Neglected
609 Coniferous a tree or bush bearing cones and green leaves that do not fall in the winter Deciduous Leafy
610 Pessimism the habit of always seeing things in the worst light Optimism Hope
611 Intensify to make something more intense Diminish Reduce
612 Tell to communicate information or facts Withhold Conceal
613 Nightingale a small, brown European bird that is most notable for the singing of the male at night in mating season Mute Silent
614 Finality a final or unchangeable condition Indefinite Continuity
615 Deprecatory belittling, critical Appreciative Praising
616 Hopeful believing a positive result will occur Pessimistic Despondent
617 Venue the place where something happens, especially an organized event such as a concert, conference, or sports event Outdoors Wilderness
618 Swear to make a solemn promise to do something or confirming that something is true Deny Refute
619 Owned to be utterly defeated Victorious Triumphant
620 Maintain to keep something in its current condition or state Neglect Abandon
621 Fornication sexual intercourse between two people not married to each other Chastity Abstinence
622 Audit a systematic assessment of something Neglect Ignore
623 Rock to move back and forth Stabilize Fix
624 Fog a thick cloud close to the ground or ocean; making it difficult to see Clarity Clearness
625 Preserved maintained in an original state over time Altered Modified
626 Blithe carefree and unconcerned Serious Grave
627 Delegation a group of people a sent or authorized to represent others, in particular, elected representatives sent to a conference Individual Singular
628 Resisted avoided; refused Embraced Accepted
629 Influencer one has an effect of the decisions or development of someone or something else Follower Subordinate
630 Cortege an individual’s entourage or a grave procession Individual Singular
631 Authorize to give official permission Forbid Prohibit
632 Perverse not normal or proper Normal Conventional
633 Unbelievable incredible; not able to be imagined Believable Credible
634 Defensive used to protect or defend from attack Offensive Aggressive
635 Homage an act performed to show respect Disrespect Insult
636 Foray an initial attempt at something Retreat Withdrawal
637 Advised gave advice or guidance; Instructed or counseled Discouraged Warned
638 Hammy overly dramatic and theatrical Subdued Reserved
639 Cacophony an unpleasant mixture of loud sounds Harmony Melody
640 Sensor a device which detects or measures a physical property (i.e., light, temperature) and records/transmits this information Human Manual
641 Totality the whole or entirety of something Fragment Partiality
642 Remorseless without guilt or regret Remorseful Contrite
643 Blink to open and close the eyes quickly Stare Gaze
644 Uncanny strangely weird Ordinary Expected
645 Dislodge to shake or move something from a stuck position Secure Anchor
646 Indecision unable to decide between choices Certainty Resolve
647 Military the armed forces of a country Civilian Nonmilitary
648 Lingering remaining or staying in a place longer than expected Brief Transient
649 Fuzz a short, frizzy mass of fiber or hair Clarity Sharpness
650 Voguish trendy; in style Outdated Unfashionable
651 Fanciful coming from the imagination; dreamlike Realistic Practical
652 Exculpatory describes something that shows or declares that (someone) is not guilty of wrongdoing Incriminating Damning
653 Genesis the point at which something comes into existence; the beginning Conclusion Conclusion
654 Conventional describing the standard or the norm Unconventional Nontraditional
655 Clam a type of mollusk that lives in water and has two shells that are hinged together Silence Quiet
656 Flailing to move uncontrollably in the air Steady Controlled
657 Moist damp; wet Dry Arid
658 Ambition a desire to accomplish (complete) a task Apathy Indifference
659 Resistor one that actively resists policies, especially those of the government Advocate Supporter
660 Walking moving by lifting one’s feet and putting them back down again Stationary Still
661 Scheming making underhanded or sneaky plans Genuine Honest
662 Single-handedly done alone without help from anyone else Collaboratively Jointly
663 Unfounded not based on fact; without support Founded Established
664 Intergalactic relating to or situated between multiple galaxies Terrestrial Earthly
665 Smarting the sensation of feeling a sharp pain or hurt Numb Insensitive
666 Deprivation the lack of something which is viewed as necessary Affluence Plenty
667 Paycheck a check in payment of wages and salary Volunteer Unpaid
668 Enunciate to clearly state Mumble Slur
669 Hysterical affected by uncontrolled emotions Calm Serene
670 Unspeakable too horrific or horrible to be expressed in words Expressible Speakable
671 Avail to be of advantage or use Ineffective Useless
672 Bird a feather-covered, warm-blooded animal that lays eggs and flies Mammal Reptile
673 Stochastic having a probability or random factor Deterministic Predictable
674 Arbitrage a method of buying something for one price and then immediately selling it for another price somewhere else Fair trade Equality
675 Fickle changing one’s mind frequently Constant Steady
676 Bailiwick the district within which a bailie or bailiff has jurisdiction Outskirts Exterior
677 Healthful good for a person’s health Harmful Unhealthy
678 Cripple person who has severe impairment in his physical abilities; unable to walk Able-bodied Fit
679 Fahrenheit a temperature scale in which 32 degrees is the standard for freezing and 212 degrees is the boiling point Celsius Centigrade
680 Bright shining or giving off a lot of light Dull Dim
681 Confiscate to take for a specific reason Return Restore
682 Timing the action of deciding the right moment in a situation at which to do something Delay Postpone
683 Ghastly extremely awful Pleasant Delightful
684 Exhaust to wear out or use up one’s resources or materials Renew Energize
685 Limpid see-through; clear Cloudy Opaque
686 Ploy a gimmick or strategy Honesty Sincerity
687 Fauna wildlife of a specific area Flora Vegetation
688 Adolescent a young person who is developing into an adult Adult Mature
689 Refraction the twisting or bending of light as it travels from one agent to another agent Transparency Clarity
690 Roomer a person who rents a room in another person’s home Host Resident
691 Hogwash nonsense; gibberish Truth Validity
692 Nonage the period of one’s immaturity Adulthood Maturity
693 Pro rata consistently corresponding to a precise amount Unproportional Disproportionate
694 Churlish rude; impolite Polite Civil
695 Rest assured to rest easy about something because it is guaranteed Doubtful Uncertain
696 Automaton the process of making a machine work automatically without the assistance of a human Human Manual
697 Unconscionable not right or unreasonable Ethical Just
698 Misconstrued to interpret something the wrong way Understood Interpreted
699 Waitressing acting as a restaurant server, waiting on guests by bringing them food and drinks Customer Client
700 Bliss total happiness Misery Suffering
701 Consultation a conference for the exchange of information and advice Silence Non-discussion
702 Headstone a slab of stone set up at the head of a grave, typically inscribed with the name of the person buried below Empty Unmarked
703 Toe any one of the five digits at the end of the human foot Heel Foot
704 Verisimilitude the appearance or semblance of truth Falseness Fiction
705 Vale a large flatland usually between a mountain or rock formation Mountain Summit
706 Bouncing moving upward (and then usually back down) after hitting a surface Stationary Still
707 Vane a person who changes his mind easily Consistent Steady
708 Endurance the ability to do something difficult for a long time Weakness Fatigue
709 Eventually in the end; after some time Immediately Instantly
710 Appetizing appealing or attractive, typically in reference to food Unappetizing Unattractive
711 Paramount of the greatest concern Insignificant Irrelevant
712 Factory a building were products are made Handmade Artisanal
713 Heartthrob a famous and attractive man with lots of admirers Unattractive Uncharismatic
714 Dishabille extreme casual or disorderly dress, shirt tail out, sleeves unbuttoned, etc Neat Tidy
715 Stimuli anything that evokes or causes a reaction or function in the human body Inactivity Suppression
716 Epilogue a brief speech that ends a literary creation Prologue Introduction
717 Babelicious very physically attractive or sexy Unattractive Plain
718 Accommodating inclined to make happy or content Uncooperative Unyielding
719 Preceding coming before something else Following Succeeding
720 Knavish crafty; cunning Honest Sincere
721 Sissy someone that is regarded as cowardly Brave Courageous
722 Swimmingly in a manner that is smooth and satisfying Poorly Badly
723 Articulate expressing oneself clearly Inarticulate Incoherent
724 Gang a mob or posse of people usually together to do illegal or improper actions Solo Individual
725 Harassment behavior that is repeated and annoying or bothersome Respectful Considerate
726 Steerage cheapest class of accommodation in a ship with no individual cabins First Class Luxury
727 Science an area of study that deals with the natural world learned through experiments and observation Pseudoscience Superstition
728 Clamor to ask for loudly Silence Hush
729 Fruitful being productive in any sense; yielding benefits Unproductive Barren
730 Moreover further Nevertheless However
731 Cut-rate cheaply priced; marked down Expensive High-priced
732 Odometer an instrument used to measure how far a vehicle has travelled Tripometer Mileage
733 Alienation the process of excluding something or someone Connection Inclusion
734 Ambrosial appealing to one’s sense of smell or taste Unpleasant Repulsive
735 Frond along, thin leaf belonging to a fern or palm tree Leafless Bare
736 Quotient the end of result of division Remainder Remainder
737 Heal for an injury or wound to be cured or repaired Injure Wound
738 Counterintuitive the opposite of what makes sense Intuitive Logical
739 Nutjob a person who displays irrational or idiotic behaviors Sane Rational
740 Difficulty a problem or obstacle that makes something complicated Ease Simplicity
741 Manuscript text that has been typed or handwritten as part of the preparation for publication Published Printed
742 Lattice crisscross or diamond pattern with spaces in-between Solid Continuous
743 Point blank the near distance to a goal that it is most likely not going to be missed Distant Remote
744 Refund a reimbursement of money spent Charge Retain
745 Hardball determined and forceful in an unpleasant way Flexible Considerate
746 Tie the Knot to get married Separate Break
747 Smithereens very tiny pieces Whole Intact
748 Pollyanna a cheerful person who naively tries to find the good in everything Pessimist Realist
749 Fat cat a rich and influential person who is in business or politics Middle-class Average
750 Subtitle the second part of the heading or label given to a performance or written document Main Title Primary
751 Tolerable something that is alright or decent, but not terrible or great Unbearable Intolerable
752 Detriment an event or item that inflicts damage to an individual or thing Advantage Benefit
753 Superego the part of your mind that acts as your self-accountable conscience Id Instinct
754 Personage an important person; notable Commoner Nobody
755 Capable able and competent Incapable Incompetent
756 Psalm a sacred song or hymn used during worship Curse Profanity
757 Discussion a conversation or debate usually regarded as an intellectual or serious affair Monologue Soliloquy
758 Diversion a distraction or turning from another activity Focus Concentration
759 Blotch an irregular patch or unsightly mark on a surface Clear Spot Blemish
760 Hearten to encourage; give strength Discourage Dishearten
761 Hypotrophy gradual degeneration of an organ or tissue caused by a loss of cells Growth Development
762 Died referring to an organism that has stopped living Alive Living
763 Tray a shallow and flat container with a rim typically used for carrying food Plate Dish
764 Besotted strongly infatuated or obsessed Sober Clear-headed
765 Sleet rain and snow mixed Clear Sky Sunshine
766 Daft stupid, ridiculous, or silly Sensible Rational
767 Venturesome having the tendency to willingly take risks or dangerous adventures Cautious Prudent
768 Shade covering from the sun Brightness Light
769 Agreed reached a joint decision that everyone involved is okay with Disagreed Dissented
770 Frustrating able to cause feelings of upset or annoyance Satisfying Gratifying
771 Shipwreck the destruction of a ship at sea Safe Harbor Shelter
772 Certitude the condition of being certain or sure about something Uncertainty Doubt
773 Hebetudinous mentally dull or sluggish Alert Sharp
774 Trifle to handle with disrespect or in a discourteous manner Respect Esteem
775 Banish to cast out or away Welcome Embrace
776 Stereotype an unfair impression that has been developed about a person or race Individuality Uniqueness
777 Vice an unpleasant habit Virtue Goodness
778 Rapier a long slender blade that has two edges and a protective ornament for the hand Blunt Sword Dull Blade
779 Perch to sit and rest Soar Ascend
780 Cousin a child of one’s uncle or aunt Sibling Relative
781 Penury extreme poverty Wealth Affluence
782 Bam a sound word used to describe a hard strike or blow Whisper Murmur
783 Action combat; battle Inaction Passivity
784 Utter total or complete Mumble Whisper
785 Abate to lessen in degree or intensity Increase Intensify
786 Fraction a small part of something Whole Entirety
787 Snapshot an informal photograph taken quickly Professional Photo Studio Portrait
788 Trace to reproduce a design or word by rewriting or re-sketching it onto the piece of paper or other surface Erase Remove
789 Veil a head covering that may or may not cover the whole face that is often associated with religious or cultural customs Uncover Reveal
790 Notarize to show something is legitimate by having it verified by a licensed person Invalidate Nullify
791 Modus operandi the usual way something is done, typically a pattern Aberration Deviation
792 Candid truthful and straightforward Deceptive Manipulative
793 Pending pending means awaiting approval or decision Approved Resolved
794 Open-minded being willing to accept others’ thoughts and beliefs Closed-minded Narrow-minded
795 Endless having no end or limit Limited Finite
796 Unwavering never doubted; always steady and on course Unsteady Shaky
797 Flowed moved along steadily and continuously Stagnated Stopped
798 Jagged sharp; pointed Smooth Even
799 Revive to return to a healthy condition Decline Wane
800 Sub rosa to be done in a discreet way Overt Openly
801 Like similar to something else Unlike Dislike
802 Intercession the act of intervening on someone’s behalf Non-interference Indifference
803 Linked connected; joined Unconnected Separated
804 Scrupulous very careful about doing something correctly Careless Negligent
805 Disburse to pay out, expend; usually from a public fund or treasury Withhold Collect
806 Emblem a representative symbol, such as a trademark or logo Obscure Unrecognized
807 Stricken the act of being struck down with something, whether it be disease, illness, or emotion Healthy Unaffected
808 Flu shortened form of influenza-a highly contagious upper respiratory virus Health Wellness
809 Bridle the strap located around the head and neck of a horse that the rider holds onto Unbridle Loosen
810 Savanna a big area of grassy land that has few trees and is generally found in South America and Africa Forest Woodland
811 Ration the portion that is distributed Surplus Excess
812 Warned informed someone of upcoming danger Concealed Kept silent
813 Glorious magnificent; wonderful Inglorious Shameful
814 Erosion the slow demolition of something Growth Build-up
815 Limitless having no end or limit Limited Bounded
816 Blockbusting very successful, especially financially Unsuccessful Failure
817 Goer a person who goes to a place or attends an event, especially on a regular basis Stay-at-home Non-attendee
818 Fate destiny; events or aspects that are expected to happen Free will Choice
819 Matriculate to become a student at a school, especially a college or university Withdraw Drop out
820 Prurience a strong interest or obsession with sexual matters Disinterest Aversion
821 Chip to chisel or cut off a fragment off of a firm substance Repair Mend
822 Tolerate to put up with or withstand Reject Disapprove
823 Power to supply a device with energy Powerlessness Weakness
824 Sacred holy; divine Profane Secular
825 Torn to have ripped or split something apart Intact Unharmed
826 Await to wait for Proceed Move forward
827 Dairy comprising of milk Non-dairy Lactose-free
828 Unfair wrong; unjust Fair Just
829 Elide to leave out or omit Include Incorporate
830 Abet to encourage or support a behavior or action Discourage Hinder
831 Unsure not certain, having doubts about a situation Certain Confident
832 Above overhead or directly over the head Below Under
833 Repatriate to deport or exile Exile Banish
834 Knickerbocker a descendant of the Dutch settlers of New York Non-native Outsider
835 Torrential a large amount of continuously flowing water Mild Gentle
836 Will a document that outlines who will get one’s personal property and control their estate after death Won’t Refusal
837 Fallible capable of making mistakes or being wrong Infallible Unerring
838 Generation a generation is all the people in a group or country who are of a similar age Individual Single
839 Homogenous of the same kind or nature Diverse Varied
840 Limiting controlling or regulating something Expanding Extending
841 Wacky silly or strange, but usually in a harmless way Sensible Rational
842 Suggest to recommend or submit an opinion or statement Discourage Oppose
843 Scent a distinctive, often pleasant smell Odorless Unscented
844 Farther referring to a larger physical distance Closer Nearer
845 Material matter or substance of which something can be made Immaterial Intangible
846 Sacrilegious acting in a disrespectful manner towards something or someone considered to be holy Respectful Holy
847 Address a formal speech delivered to an audience Ignore Neglect
848 Fortuitous happening by accident or chance Unfortunate Unlucky
849 Half one of two equal parts that together constitutes a whole Whole Entire
850 Doppelganger a double or copy of a person; an imposter Original Genuine
851 Expenditure the total needed or spent Savings Thrift
852 Heroism the qualities characteristic of a hero, such as courage, bravery, fortitude, unselfishness, etc. Cowardice Timidity
853 Ravel to untangle or unravel and object or situation Entangle Complicate
854 Cycle a series of events that happens over and over Pause Standstill
855 Utility useful and able to perform several different functions Uselessness Ineffectiveness
856 Tonearm the movable part of a record player that allows the needle to follow the record’s groove Stylus Needle
857 Aspiring hopeful or potential Unambitious Content
858 Visual relating to eyesight Non-visual Invisible
859 Vanished disappeared from sight Present Visible
860 Admiringly favorably or approvingly Disapprovingly Critically
861 Accrual revenues and expenses that have been earned but are not yet recorded in the accounts Deficiency Shortage
862 Cant the unique vocabulary used by a specific group of people Clear Plain
863 Forerunner someone or something that came before and paved the way for something today Successor Follower
864 Vestigial an organ or limb that is no longer in use due to evolution but may be used for other unintended purposes Developed Functional
865 Olden related to earlier times Modern Current
866 Acquire to obtain something Relinquish Surrender
867 Long shot a gamble or risk that isn’t likely to pay off Certainty Sure thing
868 Centuries a period of 100 years Decades Years
869 Goob a silly or foolish person Genius Smart person
870 Disappearance circumstances when a person or thing can no longer be accounted for since it has not been seen or heard from for a period of time Appearance Emergence
871 Determinism previous events have already established the results of certain actions Free will Randomness
872 Similarly in a like manner Differently Distinctly
873 Exhume to bring something forth, often a body from the ground Bury Inter
874 Necessitous deprived and poverty-stricken Affluent Wealthy
875 Ahem an utterance similar to the sound of clearing one’s throat, used to attract attention or fill in a pause Silence Quiet
876 Chiefly above all; mainly Largely Primarily
877 Sever to detach by cutting figuratively or literally Connect Attach
878 Rhetorical speech or writing that is intended to persuade or impress others Literal Direct
879 Remission the condition of decreasing or lessening Aggravation Worsening
880 Mono an infectious disease also known as mononucleosis or granular fever and causes a high fever, sore throat, swollen lymph nodes, and exhaustion Poly Multiple
881 Mountaineering a sport or activity in which one climbs mountains Descending Descend
882 Propaganda exaggerated or untruthful claims used to help raise support for an effort Truth Reality
883 Vet to assess for specific qualities (positive or negative) before making a final decision Ignore Neglect
884 University a college or academic institution College School
885 Disgusting revolting or sickening Appealing Pleasant
886 Goo a sticky or slimy substance Solid Firm
887 Execution the act of performing a task or command to its completion Incompletion Failure
888 Avian relating to birds Mammalian Reptilian
889 Artifact a handmade object that is often found in some type of archaeological dig Modern creation Synthetic
890 Festal similar or related to a festival or celebration Ordinary Common
891 Badly severely or seriously Well Successfully
892 Involuntary done without thought or without planning Voluntary Intentional
893 Marked made a visible stain or other marking on something Unmarked Unblemished
894 Neuroscience the scientific study of the nervous system and the brain Non-scientific Pseudoscience
895 Seizure The capturing of something by force Release Freedom
896 Demonstrable able to be verified or proven Indemonstrable Unproven
897 Surmise to guess that something is true Certainty Assurance
898 Unaware having no knowledge of a situation or fact Aware Conscious
899 Looming something unpleasant that is about will happen soon and cause concern Receding Fading
900 Conducted managed; handled Abandoned Neglected
901 Silver a hue that is light gray in color Gold Bronze
902 Multitude a large number of persons Few Handful
903 Slug a slimy mollusk that lacks a shell and secretes mucous as it drags its body along the ground Snail Swift
904 Substantial referring to something that is greater or larger than normal Insignificant Minor
905 Evaluation an assessment or appraisal that judges how well someone or something is performing Neglect Disregard
906 Senility the physical and mental decline connected to old age Youth Vitality
907 Externalized expressed or shown on the outside Internalized Concealed
908 Defunct no longer in use Active Operational
909 Until before (a specified time) After Past
910 Nomenclature a group of terms or names, usually in a specific discipline Anonymous Unnamed
911 Expose to reveal or uncover something Conceal Cover
912 Briefed prepared someone for a task by giving them updated information Uninformed Ignorant
913 Articles of Confederation the original constitution of the U.S. that was replaced by the current constitution in 1781 Constitution Amendment
914 Nigh near in place, time, or relationship Distant Far
915 Ranging varying between Constant Fixed
916 Injurious causing injury Harmless Beneficial
917 Constitutional relating to or contained in a constitution, which is a set of laws and principles that govern the way a country or state is run. It outlines the rights and responsibilities of citizens, as well as the structure of government. Unconstitutional Illegal
918 Moronic foolish or stupid Intelligent Smart
919 Coward an individual who fears doing unpleasant or risky things Brave Courageous
920 Sempiternal everlasting; having no start or no end Temporary Ephemeral
921 Militant prone to engage in conflict for a belief or cause Peaceful Pacifist
922 Exposure unprotected or visible to others Protection Sheltered
923 Rigidity being inflexible; firmness Flexibility Adaptability
924 Quaver a tremor in an individual’s voice usually caused by nervousness or anxiety Steady Confident
925 Burgeon to grow and expand rapidly Decline Shrink
926 Exemplary something so good that it is an example for others to follow Mediocre Ordinary
927 Fasten to make something secure or attached Loosen Unfasten
928 Tiling covering a surface with square tiles Bare Uncovered
929 Tackling making sincere efforts to fix a problem or overcome difficulty Ignoring Neglecting
930 Dispirited having lost all hope; disheartened Encouraged Hopeful
931 Semicircle a half circle shape Full circle Complete circle
932 Ultracrepidarian a person who acts like an expert but rarely knows any real information about the subject Expert Knowledgeable
933 In Addition along with, plus, or furthermore Excluding Apart from
934 Thermonuclear relating to devices that use high temperatures from a nuclear reaction to cause powerful explosions Non-nuclear Conventional
935 Reversed undid; moved backward Maintained Continued
936 Acquittal a setting free from the charge of an offense or verdict Conviction Guilty
937 Unconstitutional illegal and unlawful according to America’s Constitution Legal Lawful
938 Prone inclined to act a certain way Resistant Averse
939 Embroider to decorate cloth by sewing patterns on with thread Plain Unadorned
940 Heyday the peak time where there was great achievement and recognition Decline Downturn
941 Vest a sleeveless garment worn on the upper part of the body for a particular purpose or activity Sleeveless Sleeve
942 Scold to strongly criticize Praise Applaud
943 Oopsie a minor accident; a word uttered after a mistake is made Success Achievement
944 Gritty courageous; brave Soft Smooth
945 Trousseau the clothes collected by a bride for her marriage Bachelor Single
946 Systemic relating to parts that combine forming an entity affecting an entire group or entity Local Isolated
947 Poverty the state of having little money or possessions Wealth Affluence
948 Petal one of the soft colored leafs surrounding the center of a flower Center Core
949 Slumlord a landlord of property in a slum Landlord Property owner
950 Ranter someone who speaks in a violent or loud manner Listener Calm Speaker
951 Crease a line or mark made by folding or pressing something that is soft, such as paper or cloth Smooth Unwrinkle
952 Juxtaposition the fact of two things being seen or placed closed together with contrasting effect Isolation Separation
953 Wad a lump or clump of a substance Unroll Flatten
954 Digest to divide food down so that it can be soaked up into the body’s systems Reject Expel
955 Gag an obstructive object put over or in a person’s mouth to stop them from making noise Uncover Disclose
956 Aeronautics the science of flight Terrestrial Grounded
957 Acquainted familiar with a specific subject or person Unfamiliar Unknown
958 Deftly in a skillful way that is both quick and clever Clumsily Awkwardly
959 Ember a glowing piece of coal or wood Blaze Flame
960 Wished hoped for; wanted Rejected Denied
961 Rivet to command the attention of Ignore Neglect
962 Scrape the abrasive action of rubbing against something (can be voluntary or involuntary) that results in the removal of dirt, skin, etc. Smooth Soothe
963 Cranky ill-tempered, irritable, or agitated Cheerful Pleasant
964 Foliage the leaves of trees, plants, and shrubs Barren Desert
965 Reverential showing humbleness and courteousness Disrespectful Irreverent
966 Inform to give someone information or facts Mislead Deceive
967 Undefined unclear; vague Clear Explicit
968 Sentimental having excessive emotions about certain things or people Rational Logical
969 Abundant an ample amount Scarce Limited
970 Universal relating to everyone in the world Particular Specific
971 Paradigmatic associated with a standard model or example Atypical Unconventional
972 Polder a piece of low lying land that was once covered by water, but has been reclaimed and protected from further submersion with dikes Swamp Marsh
973 Swathe a bandage; a band Uncover Expose
974 Collect to gather; to amass Scatter Disperse
975 Terra Firma dry land, distinguishable from sea and air Ocean Water
976 Violation in breach of a rule, law, or agreement Compliance Adherence
977 Commune a community in which individuals live together and share work and rewards Separate Isolate
978 Paleontology the area of science which focuses on the past through the review of plant and animal fossils Modern Science Futurology
979 Insistence the act or state of demanding something forcefully Flexibility Leniency
980 Pleasurable enjoyable; pleasing Unpleasant Unenjoyable
981 Tardiness the quality of being late Punctuality Timeliness
982 Irregardless no matter what the circumstance or situation Regardless Nevertheless
983 Fiat a commanding order Request Suggestion
984 Prearrange to agree or arrange something beforehand Improvise Spontaneous
985 Fluky achieved primarily by chance or luck Expected Predictable
986 Discriminate to make choices based on prejudgments Accept Include
987 Massacre killing of many people Rescue Salvation
988 Remedial designed to improve something Worsening Deteriorating
989 Prediction a forecast of what will most likely take place in the future Uncertainty Surprise
990 Searching looking for or over something carefully, usually in an effort to find something Avoidance Neglect
991 Battalion a military unit that is usually 300 to 800 soldiers, comprised of several companies Individual Unit
992 Counterpoint an argument, idea, or theme used to create a contrast with the central element Harmony Agreement
993 Constituent a person who votes in an election or on a particular proposal Separate Isolated
994 Ruffled annoyed or upset Calm Smooth
995 Evolved grew; changed Devolved Regressed
996 Entirety wholeness; fullness; the whole Fragment Part
997 Accounting the system of recording and managing financial transactions and accounts Mismanagement Negligence
998 Factor an element that contributes to a circumstance or situation Irrelevant Insignificant
999 Quib a witty or clever remark that is said in a taunting way Compliment Praise
1000 Tearful the act of being flooded by emotion and its physical manifestation in tears full of tears Dry Joyful