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IBPS Bank PO and Clerk English ANTONYMS Set - B

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English ANTONYMS Set - 'B'

E
1.    Economical – lavish, extravagant
2.    Eager – indifferent, empathetic
3.    Earnest – flippant, indifferent
4.    Earthly – spiritual, unworldly
5.    Easy – difficult, complicated


6.    Eccentric – normal, common
7.    Echo – question, oppose, reverse
8.    Ecstatic – miserable, distressed
9.    Edge – middle, centre
10.    Educated – uneducated, illiterate
11.    Effective – useless, ineffective
12.    Effeminate – manly, hardy
13.    Efficient – unskilled, ineffective
14.    Effortlessly – arduously, strenuously
15.    Effusive – scanty, meager
16.    Egregious – elegant, excellent
17.    Egress – entrance, admission
18.    Eject – retain, keep
19.    Elaborate – uncomplicated, unelaborated, uninvolved
20.    Elective – compulsory, involuntary
21.    Elegance – coarseness, ugliness
22.    Elegiac – gay, ecstatic
23.    Elevate – lower, pull, down
24.    Elevation – depth, depression
25.    Eliminate – include, admit
26.    Elite – dregs, backward
27.    Eloquent – halting, inarticulate
28.    Elude – encounter, face
29.    Emaciated – thick, fat
30.    Emancipate – enslave, fetter
31.    Embarrassed – at ease, calm
32.    Eminence – obscurity, normalcy
33.    Emit – inhale, swallow
34.    Emotion – indifference, crassness
35.    Empathy – insensitivity, crassness
36.    Emperor – subject, common man
37.    Emphasize – ignore, overlook
38.    Emphatic – mild, feeble
39.    Employment – inactivity, avocation, recreation
40.    Empty – full, filled
41.    Emulate – desert, leave, retreat
42.    Enchanting – repulsive, graceless
43.    End – begin, start
44.    Endanger – shield, save
45.    Endurance – frailty, weakness
46.    Energetic – lethargic, weak
47.    Engrossing – boring, repellent, repulsive, uninteresting
48.    Enhance – depreciate, decrease
49.    Enigmatic – plain, clear
50.    Enlarge – diminish, reduce
51.    Enlighten – darken, mystify
52.    Enormous – small, tiny
53.    Enrage – soothe, calm
54.    Enrich – impoverish, deprive
55.    Ensconce – expose, risk
56.    Enslave – emancipate, free
57.    Ensnare – loose, release
58.    Enterprise – idleness, inactivity, unemployment
59.    Enthrall – emancipate, free
60.    Enthusiast – hater, opponent
61.    Enthusiastic – apathetic, dispassionate
62.    Entice – deter, repulse
63.    Entirely – partially, partly
64.    Envy – good-will, love
65.    Equality – disparity, difference
66.    Equanimity – impatience, anxiety
67.    Equivocal – unequivocal, clear
68.    Errand – entertainment, fun pastime
69.    Erroneous – true, accurate
70.    Erudite – illiterate, na├»ve
71.    Escalate – decrease, diminish, weaken
72.    Escape – capture, captivate
73.    Essential – superfluous, needless
74.    Estranged – close
75.    Eternal – transient, temporary
76.    Eulogize – criticize, decry
77.    Eulogy – criticism, condemnation
78.    Evacuate – fill, load, occupy, arrive
79.    Evanescent – permanent, long-lasting
80.    Evasive – helpful, cooperative
81.    Eventual – prior, initial
82.    Everlasting – passing, transient
83.    Evidently – obscurely, implicitly
84.    Evince – conceal, hide
85.    Evolution – retardation, fall
86.    Evolve – mask, hide
87.    Exact – inaccurate, inexact
88.    Exaggerate – disparage, belittle
89.    Examine – ignore, overlook
90.    Exasperating – soothing, relaxing
91.    Excavate – raise, strengthen
92.    Excellent – inferior, cheap
93.    Exceptional – normal, common
94.    Excessive – deficient, lacking
95.    Excitement – calmness, composure
96.    Exciting – allaying, soothing
97.    Exclaim – despise, dislike, hate
98.    Exclusion – acceptance, admittance, allowance, incorporation
99.    Exclusive – ordinary, general
100.    Execrable – desirable, agreeable
101.    Execute – leave, put off
102.    Exemplary – typical, unique, culpable
103.    Exemption – accountability, denunciation, inclusions
104.    Exhaustive – curtailed, summarized
105.    Exhibit – mask, hide
106.    Exhort – applaud, approve, commend
107.    Exonerate – charge, sentence
108.    Exodus – arrival, entrance
109.    Exorbitant – inexpensive, moderate, reasonable
110.    Exorcise – spell, charm
111.    Exotic – native, indigenous
112.    Expand – contract, diminish
113.    Expansive – narrow, limited
114.    Expeditious – inefficient, slow
115.    Expel – enter, take in
116.    Expensive – cheap, worthless
117.    Experienced – novice, unqualified
118.    Expert – amateur, inexperienced
119.    Explain – obscure, mystify
120.    Explode – implode
121.    Expressive – retrained, reticent
122.    Extended – contracted, shortened
123.    Extensive – narrow, under
124.    Exterior – internal, inward
125.    Extinct – living, existing
126.    Extinction – survival, existence
127.    Extol – decry, criticize
128.    Extract – insert, supply
129.    Extraordinary – usual, common
130.    Extravagant – economical, frugal
131.    Extrovert – introvert, coy
132.    Exuberant – diffident, coy


F
133.    Face – avoid, escape
134.    Facile – strenuous, tough
135.    Facilitate – impede, hamper
136.    Fact – fiction, fantasy
137.    Factitious – genuine, natural
138.    Fade – endure, stand
139.    Failure – success, achievement
140.    Faint – bright, brilliant
141.    Fair – unfair, unjust
142.    Faith – doubt, suspicion
143.    Fake – original, real
144.    Fallacious – true, correct
145.    Fallible – unerring, infallible
146.    Falsehood – truth, fact
147.    Familiar – new, fresh
148.    Famished – nourished, healthy
149.    Famous – unknown, obscure
150.    Fantastic – cheap, poor
151.    Far – near, close
152.    Far-fetched – simple, true
153.    Fashionable – eccentric, strange
154.    Fastidious – simple, plain
155.    Fatal – beneficial, harmless
156.    Fatigued – refreshed, rejuvenated
157.    Fatuous – rational, wise
158.    Faultless – defective, faulty
159.    Favourable – adverse, bad
160.    Fear – boldness, courage
161.    Fecund – infertile, sterile
162.    Feebleness – strength, firmness
163.    Felicitate – criticize, rebuke
164.    Felicitous – unfortunate, bad
165.    Felicity – sorrow, sadness
166.    Feminine – manly, fierce
167.    Ferocity – humility, meekness
168.    Fertile – barren, infertile
169.    Fetid – fresh, good
170.    Feverish – composed, calm
171.    Fickle – steadfast, constant
172.    Fictional – unknown, ordinary, real
173.    Fictitious – true, real
174.    Fidelity – infidelity, looseness
175.    Fight – befriend, placate
176.    Filmy – nontransparent, opaque, substantial
177.    Final – first, initial
178.    Finish – begin, start
179.    Flabbergasted – calm, steady
180.    Flamboyant- simple, plain
181.    Flatter – criticize, condemn
182.    Flee – stand, stay
183.    Fleeting – permanent, long-lasting
184.    Flexible – rigid, obstinate
185.    Flimsy – strong, thick
186.    Flinch – bear, endure
187.    Flippant – grave, sincere
188.    Flood – drought, scarcity
189.    Flout – regard, respect
190.    Fluidity – rigidity
191.    Flummoxed – reassured, poised
192.    Flutter – hold, persist, remain
193.    Foment – check, prevent
194.    Foolish – wise, rational
195.    Forbearing – impatient, intolerant
196.    Force – coax, persuade
197.    Forceful – weak, feeble
198.    Foreboding – fortune, nonchalance, tranquility
199.    Forerunner – follower, subsequent
200.    Foresight – hindsight, afterthought
201.    Forgetful – mindful, attentive
202.    Forgiveness – punishment, revenge
203.    Formal – informal, easy
204.    Formless – solid, framed
205.    Forthright – secretive, reserved]
206.    Fortitude – timidity, infirmity
207.    Fortuitous – planned, deliberate
208.    Forward – hinder, impede
209.    Foster – ruin, uproot
210.    Foul – clean, fresh
211.    Fragile – strong, sturdy
212.    Frank – secretive, hiding
213.    Freedom – slavery, bondage
214.    Freeze – melt, liquefy
215.    Frequent – rare, unusual
216.    Fresh – old, superannuated
217.    Friendly – hostile, aggressive
218.    Frighten – reassure, encourage
219.    Frisk – mope, brood
220.    Frivolous    - serious, firm
221.    Frolic – brood, mope
222.    Frontier – mainland, hinterland
223.    Fruitless – fruitful, productive
224.    Fruity – reasonable, responsible, sensible
225.    Fugitive – captive, captured
226.    Fun – sobriety, gloom
227.    Fundamental – minor, final
228.    Funny – sad, sober
229.    Furious – calm, poised
230.    Fussy – serene, superficial
231.    Futile – cogent, effective


G
232.    Gamble – avoid, play, safe
233.    Gang – alone, aloofness
234.    Garish – quiet, simple
235.    Garrulous – taciturn, reticent
236.    Gaudy – simple, quiet
237.    Gay – sad, distressed
238.    General – rare, unusual
239.    Generalization – detail, specificity, transgression, irrationality
240.    Generous – miser, dogmatic
241.    Genial – cold, unfriendly
242.    Genius – stupidity, idiocy
243.    Gentle – boorish, impolite
244.    Genuine – fake, spurious
245.    Giant – small, pithy
246.    Gifted – stupid, dull
247.    Gigantic – dwarfish, tiny
248.    Gimcrack – excellent, costly
249.    Glaring – secretive, clandestine
250.    Glinting – dull, dusky
251.    Glitter    – dullness, sadness, solemnity
252.    Global – local, regional
253.    Gloomy – jolly, gay
254.    Glorify – defame, condemn
255.    Gluttonous    - superior, benevolent, edacious
256.    Gorgeous – ugly, graceful
257.    Graceful – awkward, ugly
258.    Gracious – churlish, repulsive
259.    Grandeur – pettiness, triviality
260.    Grandiose – simple, practical
261.    Grasp – loose, drop
262.    Gratified – disappointed, displeased
263.    Grave – frivolous, flippant
264.    Gravity – frivolity, pettiness
265.    Greed – unselfishness, benevolence
266.    Grotesque – attractive, charming
267.    Growing – declining, diminishing
268.    Gruesome – attractive, charming
269.    Gruff – affable, friendly
270.    Grumble – compliment
271.    Grumpy – affable, friendly
272.    Guess – prove, confirm
273.    Guide – mislead, delude
274.    Guilty – innocent, blameless
275.    Gullible – wise, thoughtful


H
276.    Habitual – rare, unusual
277.    Half-heartedly – wholeheartedly, keenly
278.    Hallucination – reality, truth
279.    Handicapped – able, fit
280.    Handsome – ugly, repulsive
281.    Handy – clumsy, useless
282.    Happiness – sorrow, distress
283.    Harass – relieve, help
284.    Hard – soft, tender
285.    Hardened – softened, flexible
286.    Hardworking – lazy, idle
287.    Harmful – harmless, beneficial
288.    Harmonious – harsh, hostile
289.    Harsh – gentle, kind
290.    Hastily – slowly, deliberately
291.    Hate – like love
292.    Haughtiness – meekness, simplicity
293.    Hazardous – safe, secured
294.    Hazy – clear, transparent
295.    Healing – damaging, injurious
296.    Healthy – ill, sick
297.    Heaven – hell, nightmare
298.    Heckle – encourage, promote, support
299.    Hectic – calm relaxed
300.    Hedge – confront, face
301.    Heedless – careful, regardful
302.    Hegemony – subjugation, suppression
303.    Height – adepth, fall
304.    Helpful – useless, harmful
305.    Helpless – strong, powerful
306.    Hereditary – acquired, inventive
307.    Heretical- orthodox, conservative
308.    Hidden – open, explicit
309.    Hide – disclose, reveal
310.    Hidebound – broad-minded, open-minded
311.    Highlight – undermine, ignore
312.    Hilarious – despondent, gloomy
313.    Hinder – help, support
314.    Honesty – fraudulence, deceit
315.    Honour – criticism, despite
316.    Hope – despair, despondenvy
317.    Horrible- graceful, attractive
318.    Hospitable – niggardly, miser
319.    Hostile – friendly, favourable
320.    Hot – apathetic, uninteresting
321.    Hot-headed    - calm, unruffled
322.    Huddle – disperse, diffuse
323.    Huge – tiny, pithy
324.    Humanity – animosity, greediness
325.    Humble – high, assuming
326.    Humiliated   -    exalted, praised
327.    Humility – Haughtiness, conceit
328.    Humorous  – serious,    grave
329.    Hungry – satisfied, full-bellied
330.    Hurdle – support, backing
331.    Hurry  -    delay, dawdle
332.    Hurt – benefit, persuade
333.    Hygienic – contaminated, unhealthy
334.    Hyperbola – understatement, simplification

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