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IBPS Bank PO and Clerk English ANTONYMS Set - C

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English ANTONYMS Set - 'C'

I
1.    Identity – dissimilarity, opposition
2.    Idiosyncrasy – generality, normalcy
3.    Idiotic – sagacious, rational
4.    Ignominy – regard, endorsement
5.    Ignorant – wise, learned


6.    Ignore – notice, attend
7.    Ill matched – fit, suitable
8.    Ill-will – goodwill, love
9.    Illegal – lawful, legal
10.    Illegible – legible, readable
11.    Illicit – lawful, legal
12.    Informed – ignorant, unaware
13.    Illusory – real, true
14.    Imaginary – real, practical
15.    Imagination – reality, fact
16.    Imbecile – sage, shrewd
17.    Imbroglio – peace, ease
18.    Immanent – rare, infrequent
19.    Immature – mature, ripe
20.    Immediate – distant, delayed
21.    Imminent – past, over
22.    Imitation – difference, opposite, original
23.    Immoral – virtuous, good
24.    Impair – improve, better
25.    Impartial – partial, biased
26.    Impassive – sensitive, emotional
27.    Impatient – patient, tolerant
28.    Impeccable – flawed, imperfect, suspicious
29.    Impel – persuade, mollify
30.    Impending – past, over
31.    Imperceptible – discernible, conspicuous
32.    Imperious – meek, humble
33.    Impetuous – deliberate, planned
34.    Impinge – follow, observe
35.    Impious – holy, pious
36.    Implicate – extricate, exclude
37.    Implicit – explicit, expressed
38.    Implore – threaten, intimidate
39.    Impolite – polite, decorous
40.    Imponderable – valuable, measurable
41.    Important – trivial, petty
42.    Importunate – pliable, lenient
43.    Impostor – guide, well-wisher
44.    Impoverish – enrich, strengthen
45.    Impractical – practical, feasible
46.    Impressive – ordinary, common
47.    Imprison – release, free
48.    Impromptu – prepared, practiced
49.    Improper – apposite, appropriate
50.    Improve – worsen, deteriorate
51.    Impudent – polite, meek
52.    Impure – pure, unadulterated
53.    Impertinent – respectful, polite
54.    In toto – in part, partly
55.    Inactive – diligent, active
56.    Inadvertent – deliberate, intentional
57.    Inappropriate – proper, apposite
58.    Inapt – suitable, apt
59.    Incapable – capable, competent
60.    Incarnate – disembody, exclude, conceal
61.    Incense – soothe, pacify
62.    Incentive – fine, punishment
63.    Inception – end, completion
64.    Incessantly – intermittently, sporadically
65.    Incipient – matured, developed
66.    Incisive – dull, unmindful
67.    Incite – dissuade, check
68.    Inclement – mild, nice, sunny
69.    Incoherent – coherent, logical
70.    Incompatible – consistent, compatible
71.    Inconceivable – thinkable, plausible
72.    Incongruous – consistent, apt
73.    Inconsistent – consistent, coherent
74.    Incontrovertible – disputable, questionable
75.    Incorrect – correct, right
76.    Incorrigible – remediable, curable
77.    Increase – decrease, reduce
78.    Incredible – believable, plausible
79.    Indecisive – resolute, certain
80.    Indefinite – certain, sure
81.    Indict – acquit, absolve
82.    Indifferent – ardent, interested
83.    Indigenous – foreign, imported
84.    Indignation – gratification, joy
85.    Indiscreetly – wisely, rationally
86.    Indiscriminate – systematic, arranged
87.    Indistinct – clear, defined
88.    Indolence – activeness, nimbleness
89.    Indolent – industrious, diligent
90.    Induce – deter, dissuade
91.    Induct – expel, divest
92.    Indulgence – firm, strict
93.    Industry – slothness, idleness
94.    Inebriated – sober, restrained
95.    Ineligible – eligible, qualified
96.    Inevitably – doubtfully, uncertainly
97.    Inexcusable – justifiable, defensible
98.    Inexhaustible – limited, little
99.    Inexorable – controllable, stoppable
100.    Inexpensive – expensive, increased, prominent
101.    Inexplicable – obvious, simple
102.    Infatuation – wisdom, sagacity
103.    Infamy – goodness, innocence, morality
104.    Inferior – superior, better
105.    Infertile – fertile, fruitful
106.    Infidelity – fidelity, faithfulness
107.    Infinitesimal – vast, huge
108.    Inflate – compress, deflate
109.    Influence – impotency, ineffectiveness
110.    Influx – drain, loss
111.    Informative – trapping, confusing
112.    Infringement – observance, reverence
113.    Infuriate – calm, soothe
114.    Ingenious – dull, stupid
115.    Inhabit – desert, leave
116.    Inheritance – earned, acquired
117.    Inhumane – cruel, brutal, savage, barbarous
118.    Inimical – favourable, advantageous
119.    Inimical – favourable, advantageous
120.    Initial – final, last
121.    Initiative – follow up
122.    Injection – withdrawal, extraction
123.    Injurious – beneficial, advantageous
124.    Innocent – guilty, blameworthy
125.    Innocuous – damaging, hurtful, injurious
126.    Innovative – customary, unimaginative, untalented
127.    Innumerable – limited, finite
128.    Inoffensive – noxious
129.    Inordinate – moderate, reasonable
130.    Inquisitive – indifferent, uninterested
131.    Insane – sensible, sane
132.    Insecurity – safety, security
133.    Insensitive – sensitive, sympathetic
134.    Insert – extract, pick out
135.    Insidious – evident, blatant
136.    Insight – ignorance, darkness
137.    Insignificant – important, significant
138.    Insincere – honest, upright
139.    Insipid – engaging, interesting
140.    Insist – waive, forgo
141.    Insolent – respectful, deferential
142.    Inseparable – dividable, separable, unfriendly, unattached
143.    Inspire – depress, discourage
144.    Instigate – deter, check
145.    Instruct – deceive, misguide
146.    Insubordination – obedience, submissiveness
147.    Insufficient – plenty, sufficient
148.    Insulting – esteemed, respectful
149.    Insoluble – easy, simple
150.    Insurgent – obedient, follower
151.    Integrity – duplicity, dishonesty
152.    Intellectual – illiterate, ignorant
153.    Intelligent – dull, stupid
154.    Intelligible – inscrutable, entangled
155.    Intense – weak, mild
156.    Interesting – boring, bland
157.    Intermittent – continuous, smooth
158.    Interrogation – reply, answer
159.    Intertwined – unraveled, free
160.    Interruption – continuation, commencement, encouragement
161.    Intimidate – reassure, encourage
162.    Intolerance  - tolerance, liberalism
163.    Intricate – simple, disentangled
164.    Intrinsically – outwardly, acquired
165.    Introduction – conclusion, close
166.    Introspective – rash, inconsiderate
167.    Intrusive – incurious, indifferent, uninterested
168.    Invalidity – strength, health
169.    Invaluable – worthless, cheap
170.    Invent – imitate, copy
171.    Inveterate – undeveloped, budding
172.    Invigorate – enervate, exhaust
173.    Invisible – apparent, explicit
174.    Involve – exclude, extricate
175.    Irascible – poised, calm
176.    Irked – pleased, cool
177.    Irrational – sensible, wise
178.    Irreligious – godly, religious
179.    Irresolute – determined, obstinate, resolute
180.    Irresponsible – responsible, dutiful
181.    Irreverence – reverence, respect
182.    Irritable – calm, poised


J
183.    Jeopardize – secure, protect
184.    Jettison – hold, catch
185.    Join – part, separate
186.    Joke – blame, charge
187.    Jolly – sad, sorrowful
188.    Jubilant – mournful, sad
189.    Juicy – dry, parched
190.    Jumble – arrange, order
191.    Just – dishonorable, partial
192.    Justify – censure, refute


K
193.    Keen – lackadaisical, indifferent
194.    Kindness – cruelty, rudeness
195.    Knave – innocent, gentleman
196.    Knowledge – illiteracy, ignorance


L
197.    Lacking – present, replete
198.    Laconic – long, extensive
199.    Land – embark, depart
200.    Lapse – achievement, perfection
201.    Large – tiny, pithy
202.    Lassitude – activity, nimbleness
203.    Latent – conspicuous, open
204.    Later – before, previously
205.    Laudatory – deprecatory, despising
206.    Laughter – gloom, cry
207.    Launch – end, terminate
208.    Lavish – economical, stingy
209.    Lawful – illegal, illicit
210.    Lazily – hectically, hurriedly
211.    Lazy – active, industrious
212.    Lead – trail, follow
213.    Learned – ignorant, illiterate
214.    Leave – hold, capture
215.    Legal – illegal, unlawful
216.    Legalise – prohibit, ban
217.    Lengthy – short, concise
218.    Lethal – harmless, innocuous
219.    Lethargic – energetic, active
220.    Liberal – mean, selfish
221.    Liberate – confine, capture
222.    Liberty – servitude, bondage
223.    Licentious – virtuous, moral
224.    Lightness – gravity, seriousness
225.    Like – detest, despise
226.    Likely – improbable, unlikely
227.    Limited – unlimited, boundless
228.    Limitless – limited, bounded
229.    Link – sever, separate
230.    Litter – valuables, treasure
231.    Lively – inanimate, sloth
232.    Livid – calm, poised
233.    Loathe – love, like
234.    Locate – remove, dislocate
235.    Logical – illogical, irrational
236.    Lonely – accompanied, escorted
237.    Lonesome – glad, vivacious
238.    Longing – aversion, despite
239.    Long- lasting – short-lived, ephemeral
240.    Loquacious – taciturn, precise
241.    Loser – achievement, attainment, earnings
242.    Love – hate, despise
243.    Loyalty – perfidy, treachery
244.    Lucid – opaque, hazy
245.    Lucidity – obscurity, vagueness
246.    Luckily – unfortunately, unluckily
247.    Lucrative – unprofitable, worthless
248.    Ludicrous – sensible, reasonable
249.    Luminous – dull, dim
250.    Lunatic – sensible, wise
251.    Lurid – clean, humble, modest
252.    Luscious – abhorrent, repulsive
253.    Lush – dry, wilted
254.    Luxuriant – meager, scanty
255.    Luxurious – ascetic, spartan

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