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Sunday, 14 August 2016

IBPS Bank PO and Clerk English ANTONYMS Set - E

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English ANTONYMS Set - 'E'

Q
1.    Quaint – commonplace, ordinary
2.    Qualm – ease, comfort
3.    Quarrelsome – friendly, polite
4.    Queer – ordinary, common
5.    Quell – encourage, embolden


6.    Quench – intensify, step up
7.    Quick – slow, sluggish
8.    Quiet – disturbance, noise
9.    Quit – enter, involve
10.    Quite – partially, in part
11.    Quixotic – practical, workable


R
12.    Radiant – dim, dull
13.    Radical – shallow, superficial
14.    Rambling – precise, simple
15.    Rancid – perfumed, aromatic, savory
16.    Random – regular, definite
17.    Rare – common, typical
18.    Rash – thoughtful, reflective
19.    Ratification – repudiation, disapproval
20.    Rational – insane, unwise
21.    Ravage – preserve, conserve
22.    Reach – limitation, relinquish, nullify
23.    Reaction – input, question
24.    Realistic – unreasonable, imaginary
25.    Reasonable – irrational, silly
26.    Rebel – support, backing
27.    Rebuke – applaud, praise
28.    Recede – advance, move ahead
29.    Receiver – sender, donor
30.    Recent – modern, new, current, fresh
31.    Recognize – forget, overlook
32.    Recommend – oppose, resist
33.    Reconciliation – confrontation, engagement
34.    Recovery – worsening, intensification
35.    Rectify – mistake, error
36.    Rectitude – wickedness, wretchedness
37.    Recuperation – suffering, injury
38.    Redoubtable – weak, frail
39.    Reduce – increase, magnify
40.    Redundant – essential, needful
41.    Refer – disclaim, renounce
42.    Refined – crude, raw
43.    Reflex – beginning, commencement, foundation
44.    Refrain – engage, take on
45.    Refreshing – bland, nauseating
46.    Refuse – approve, support
47.    Refute – confirm, substantiate
48.    Regain – forfeit, lose
49.    Regret – approve, rejoice
50.    Regular – erratic, inconsistent
51.    Rejection – acceptation, approval
52.    Rejoice – grieve, mourn
53.    Rejuvenate - weary, droop
54.    Relax – intensify, grip
55.    Release – bind, enslave
56.    Relentless – pliant, flexible
57.    Relevant – irrelevant, inappropriate
58.    Reliable – undependable, swerving
59.    Relieve – harass, implicate
60.    Religious – profane, unholy
61.    Relish – dislike, hate, hatred
62.    Reluctant – willing, eager
63.    Remarkable – ordinary, commonplace
64.    Reminder – forgetfulness, declaration, demand, telling
65.    Remiss – diligent, attentive
66.    Remote – near, close
67.    Remuneration – defraud, punishment
68.    Renew – exhaust, weary
69.    Renounce – retain, keep
70.    Renovate – deteriorate, worsen
71.    Repair – injure, deform
72.    Reparation – injury, deformation
73.    Repartee – argument, disagreement
74.    Repeal – confirm, validate
75.    Repeat – suppress, conceal
76.    Repetitiveness – ceasing, checked, halting, inconstant
77.    Replenish – impoverish, extract
78.    Repose – toil, sweat
79.    Repressive – cooperative, caring
80.    Reprimand – praise, adulation
81.    Reprisal – pardon, forgiveness
82.    Reprobate – constructive, gentle
83.    Reproduce – exterminate, kill
84.    Reprove – praise, laud
85.    Repulsion – attraction, gracefulness
86.    Repulsive – attraction, gracefulness
87.    Request – command, order
88.    Rescind – confirm, substantiate
89.    Resent – like, love
90.    Reserved – frank, friendly
91.    Resist – tolerate, endure
92.    Respectful – haughty, conceited
93.    Responsible – irresponsible, negligent
94.    Restive – docile, submissive
95.    Restless – calm, poised
96.    Restoration – deterioration, worsening
97.    Resume – desist, cease
98.    Resuscitate – asphyxiate, suffocate
99.    Retail – noncommercial, not carry, buy
100.    Retaliation – forgiveness, pardon
101.    Retard – accelerate, speed up
102.    Reticent – talkative, outspoken
103.    Retire – preserve, struggle
104.    Retreat – advance, move forward
105.    Retribution – pardon, forgiveness
106.    Retrograde – forward, positive, increase
107.    Revelation – concealment, hiding
108.    Revive – kill, destroy
109.    Revoke – confirm, validate
110.    Reward – punish, deprive
111.    Richness – poverty, destitution
112.    Rickety – firm, strong
113.    Ridicule – respect, honour
114.    Ridiculous – serious, grave
115.    Rigid – plaint, flexible
116.    Ripen – worsen, regress
117.    Risky – safe, harmless
118.    Rock – reassure, comfort
119.    Rotate – continue, straight, untwist
120.    Rough – refined, smooth
121.    Rudely – politely, gently
122.    Rue – rejoice, enjoy
123.    Rugged – smooth, polished
124.    Ruinous – useful, advantageous
125.    Ruse – innocence, frankness


S
126.    Sacred – profane, unholy
127.    Sad – happy, cheerful
128.    Sage – fool, ignorant
129.    Salient – minor, ordinary
130.    Salubrious – unhealthy, unsafe
131.    Salvage – destroy, ruin
132.    Sanctify – pollute, contaminate
133.    Sanguine – pessimistic, hopeless
134.    Sanity – madness, insanity
135.    Satirical – respectful, honourable
136.    Satisfactory – inadequate, insufficient
137.    Savage – mild, meek
138.    Savour – dislike, hate
139.    Scarce – plentiful, abundant
140.    Scatter – gather, collect
141.    Skeptical – sure, confident
142.    Scholar – illiterate, ignorant
143.    Scientific – faulty, illogical
144.    Scope – nullity, incapacity
145.    Scorn – respect, honor
146.    Scoundrel – gentleman, innocent
147.    Scurrilious – complimentary, good
148.    Season – continuation, destroy, hurt
149.    Secede – adhere, join
150.    Secret – open, disclose
151.    Sedate – giddy, dizzy
152.    Segregate – unite, join
153.    Seize – give, donate
154.    Seldom – often, frequently
155.    Selection  -    rejection, elimination
156.    Self centered – selfless, philanthropist
157.    Self controlled – greedy, immoral
158.    Selfish – benevolent, generous
159.    Senile – young, juvenile
160.    Sensitive – thick, insensitive
161.    Sensual – abstemious, abstinent
162.    Sensuous – abstract, spiritual
163.    Separated – united, integrated
164.    Serene – disturbed, troubled
165.    Serious – trivial, unimportant
166.    Set aside – use up, dispose
167.    Settle – worsen, spoil
168.    Several – one, single
169.    Shabby – new, fresh
170.    Shadowy – brightness, light
171.    Shady – aboveboard, honorable
172.    Shake – stand, settle
173.    Shaky – firm, consistent
174.    Shameless – penitent, regretful
175.    Sharp – mild, gentle
176.    Shatter – mend make
177.    Short – long, tall
178.    Shortfall – profit, gain
179.    Show – hide, conceal
180.    Showy – quiet, meek
181.    Shrewd – dull, stupid
182.    Shy – bold, daring
183.    Sicken – flourish, prosper
184.    Significant – trivial, peety
185.    Silence – noise, commotion
186.    Silly – wise, prudent
187.    Similar – different, unlike
188.    Simulate – be real, reveal
189.    Sincere – feigned, contrived
190.    Sinful – good, virtuous
191.    Singular – ordinary, common
192.    Singularity – normality, sameness
193.    Skeptic – worshipper, penitent
194.    Skillful – clumsy, unskilled
195.    Skirt – address, tackle
196.    Slander – eulogize, praise
197.    Slight – considerable, major
198.    Slippery – rough, coarse
199.    Slipshod – attentive, serious
200.    Sloth – industry, diligence
201.    Slow – fast, quick
202.    Sluggish – industrious, diligent
203.    Smooth – rough, coarse
204.    Sneer – commend, flatter
205.    Snobbish – humble, polite
206.    Sober – drunk, frivolous
207.    Sociable – rude, introvert
208.    Soft harsh, rough
209.    Solecism – rectification, improvement
210.    Solicit – snatch, seize
211.    Solidarity – disintegration, separation
212.    Solitude – society, multitude
213.    Soon – late, belatedly
214.    Soothe – irritate, annoy
215.    Sophisticated – artificial, affected
216.    Soporific – stimulant, pick-me-up
217.    Sorrow – joy, mirth
218.    Spacious – narrow, limited
219.    Spare – needed, essential
220.    Sparkle – darken, dim
221.    Sparse – dense, thick
222.    Spectacular – ordinary, commonplace
223.    Speedily – slowly, sluggishly
224.    Spineless – bold, daring
225.    Spinster – married, attached
226.    Spirited – dispirited, timid
227.    Spiritual – fleshy, bodily
228.    Spite – love, friendliness
229.    Sponsor – resist, oppose
230.    Spontaneous – well though, deliberate
231.    Sporadic – collective, unified
232.    Sprawling – confined, limited
233.    Sprightly – lifeless, lethargic
234.    Sprout – wither, droop
235.    Spruce – unkempt, disorganize
236.    Squander – save, retain
237.    Stable – transient, changeable
238.    Stagnant – flowing, active
239.    Staid – frivolous, active
240.    Stalemate – progress, advancement
241.    Stalk – lead, precede
242.    Stare – ignore, back
243.    Stark – partial, fair
244.    Starry – dull, dim
245.    Steadfast – variable, changeable
246.    Stealthy – open, frank
247.    Steep – gentle, gradual
248.    Sterling – second-rate, spurious
249.    Stern – lenient, flexible
250.    Stiff – plaint, flexible
251.    Stingy – generous, magnanimous
252.    Stink – fragrance, perfume
253.    Stipulate – mislead, confuse
254.    Stir up pacify, allay
255.    Stormy – still, tranquil
256.    Straight – crooked, curved
257.    Strange – usual, normal
258.    Stratagem – weaken, deteriorate
259.    Stress – reassurance, calm
260.    Strict – lenient, loose
261.    Strong – weak, frail
262.    Stubborn – docile, obedient
263.    Studious – idle, loafer
264.    Stun – reassure, soothe
265.    Stupefy – revive, revitalize
266.    Stupidity – intelligence, wisdom
267.    Sturdy – weak, frail
268.    Stylish – dowdy, drab
269.    Subdue – free, liberate
270.    Sublime – ridiculous, bad
271.    Submissive – unruly, defiant
272.    Submit – resist, persist
273.    Subsequent – former, prior
274.    Substantiate – contradict, refute
275.    Subvert – strengthen, stabilize
276.    Successive – discrete, sporadic
277.    Successor – giver, payer, cause, root
278.    Succinct – prolix, verbose
279.    Succumb – resist, oppose
280.    Suffice – displease, disturb
281.    Sufficient – deficient, undersupplied
282.    Suggest – dictate, command
283.    Sullen – cheerful, lively
284.    Summarize – amplify, expand
285.    Summit – base, bottom
286.    Superabundant – scarce, deficient
287.    Superannuated – active, brisk
288.    Supercilious – respectful, reverent
289.    Superficial – profound, deep
290.    Supernatural – normal, common
291.    Supersede – obey, follow
292.    Superstitious – rational, logical
293.    Supervise – misdirect, misguide
294.    Supplement – subtract, diminish, withdraw
295.    Supplementary – needed, necessary
296.    Supplicate – snatch, seize
297.    Support – oppose, resist
298.    Supportive – opposing, rival
299.    Suppress – excite, encourage
300.    Surfeit – deficit, shortage
301.    Surly – affable, friendly
302.    Surmount – succumb, fail
303.    Surmountable – insuperable, insurmountable
304.    Surplus – needed, necessary
305.    Surprise – forewarn, caution
306.    Surrender – fight, resist
307.    Survival  - extinction, disappearance
308.    Suspend – continue, perpetuate
309.    Suspicious – trustful, confident
310.    Swanky – second-rate, substandard
311.    Swift – slow, sluggish
312.    Sympathy – cruelty, ruthlessness
313.    Symmetry – asymmetry, difference, imbalance
314.    Synchronous – asynchronous, separate
315.    Synthetic – genuine, natural, real


T
316.    Tacit – avowed, declared
317.    Taciturn – loquacious, talkative
318.    Tactful – tactless, indiscreet
319.    Talent – imbecility, idiocy
320.    Talkative – taciturn, reticent
321.    Tardy – punctual, aggressive, precocious
322.    Tasty – insipid, tasteless
323.    Tell – estimate, deceive, falsify, misrepresent
324.    Tease – help, honour
325.    Tedium – excitement, thrill
326.    Temperamental – temperate, cool
327.    Temperate – intemperate, immoderate
328.    Temporal – spiritual, divine
329.    Temporary – permanent, long lasting
330.    Temptation – discouragement, repulsion, dislike
331.    Tendency – aversion, apathy
332.    Tenderness – harshness, roughness
333.    Tenuous – strong, sturdy
334.    Terminate – begin, start
335.    Terrible – ordinary, normal
336.    Terrify – reassure, soothe
337.    Terse – prolix, verbose
338.    Thin – thick, fat
339.    Thorough – superficial, shallow
340.    Thoughtless – thoughtful, careful
341.    Threat – encouragement, reassurance
342.    Threatening – harmless, innocuous
343.    Thrifty – extravagant, lavish
344.    Thrive – decline, languish
345.    Thug – law, police
346.    Tidy – untidy, cluttered
347.    Timid – bold, courageous
348.    Timely – inappropriate, inopportune, unsuitable
349.    Timorous – bold, dauntless
350.    Tinkle – speak clearly
351.    Tinsel – tasteful, unflashy, unobtrusive
352.    Tiny – large, huge
353.    Tire – refresh, energize
354.    Tireless – lethargic, sluggish
355.    Tiresome – pleasant, enjoyable
356.    Tolerable – intolerable, unbearable
357.    Topsy-turvy – ordered, arranged
358.    Torpid – active, energetic
359.    Torture – love, like
360.    Toxic – harmless, safe
361.    Tradesman – artisan, craftsman, worker
362.    Traditional – unusual, new
363.    Tragic – comic, humorous
364.    Tranquil – restless, confused
365.    Transfer – fix, steady
366.    Transgress – obey, follow
367.    Transient – permanent, long lasting
368.    Transitory – permanent, lasting
369.    Transmission – concealment, suppression, withholding
370.    Transparent – opaque, unclear
371.    Travel – settle, inhabit
372.    Trembling – steady, confident
373.    Tremendous – insignificant, tiny, unimportant
374.    Trepidation – ease, comfort
375.    Trick – cooperate, help
376.    Trickster – innocent, gentleman
377.    Triumphant – humiliated, mortified
378.    Trivial – important, significant
379.    Truant – attend, work
380.    Trust – mistrust, doubt
381.    Truth – falsehood, lie
382.    Truthful – dishonest, insincere
383.    Try – abandon, leave
384.    Turbulence – quiet, tranquility

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