Thursday, 10 December 2015

IBPS Bank PO and Clerk English SYNONYMS Set - A

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English SYNONYMS Set - A

A
1.    Abandon – abdicate, abjure, forsake, relinquish, leave, desert
2.    Abashed – embarrassed, shameful, coy, humiliated
3.    Abase - degrade, disgrace, humiliate
4.    Abhor – hate, loathe, detest
5.    Abridge – shorten, abbreviate



6.    Absolute – unaltered, unrestricted, unconditioned
7.    Abject – base, degraded, menial, ignoble, mean
8.    Ablaze – conflagrant, enthusiastic, impassioned, incensed
9.    Ablution – bathing, cleansing, purification, washing
10.    Abolish – eradicate, destroy, annihilate, repeal
11.    Abomination – abhorrence, antipathy, dislike, reluctance
12.    Abortive – ineffective, futile, vain, fruitless
13.    Abrogate – quash, repeal, cancel, abolish
14.    Absolution – pardon, liberation, forgiveness, acquittal
15.    Absonant – preposterous, towering, unconscionable, unreasonable
16.    Absorbing – interesting, enjoyable, engaging
17.    Abstain – refrain, avoid, demur, desist
18.    Abstemious – abstinent, self – restrained, temperate
19.    Abstruse – obscure, perplexing, puzzling, complex
20.    Absurd – foolish, irrational, unreasonable, silly, ridiculous
21.    Abundance- plenty, profusion, overflow, ampleness
22.    Abundant – plentiful, profuse, overflowing, ample
23.    Abusive – offensive, violent, rude, bullying
24.    Abysmal – terrible, horrible, extremely bad
25.    Academic – impractical, unreal, theoretical
26.    Accede- consent, comply, agree, accept
27.    Accentuate  – emphasise,    highlight, stress, bring out
28.    Acceptance – approval, agreement, acknowledgement
29.    Access – approach, reach, entry, admission
30.    Accolade – commendation, approval, appreciation, praise
31.    Accommodate – domicile, entertain, furnish, shelter
32.    Accessory – aiding, auxiliary, subsidiary
33.    Achieve – accomplish, gain, earn, attain
34.    Accomplice – helper, associate, assistant, confederate
35.    Accuracy – precision, exactness, correctness, nicety
36.    Accrue – accumulate, amass, gather, increase
37.    Accusation – indictment, impeachment, charge, blame
38.    Accuse – blame, charge, indict, impeach
39.    Acerbic – curt, rude, bitter, acute
40.    Acquaint – accustom, familiarize, habituate, introduce
41.    Acquittal – release, liberation, clearance
42.    Acrid – bitter, pungent, acrimonious, sharp
43.    Acumen – sagacity, sharpness, talent, perception
44.    Adamant – stubborn, persistent, rigid, unyielding
45.    Adaptable – accomodable, adoptable, adjustable
46.    Adduce – quote, mention, give, cite
47.    Adept – proficient, skilled, expert
48.    Adequate – sufficient, enough
49.    Adherent – follower, stickler
50.    Adhesive – sticky, glue, gum
51.    Adjustment – acclimation, mending, modification, orientation
52.    Admire – adore, appreciate, esteem, praise
53.    Admonish – chide, reprove, rebuke
54.    Adorn – decorate, embellish, beautify, deck
55.    Adroitness – skill, expertise, mastery, adeptness
56.    Adulation – flattery, praise, blandishments, compliment
57.    Adversary – foe, antagonist, opponent, rival
58.    Affable – genial, cordial, benign, amiable
59.    Affectation – pretence, hypocrisy, artifice, guile
60.    Affection – fondness, love, feeling, liking
61.    Affirm – accept, profess, accede, endorse
62.    Affluence – wealth, riches, opulence, abundance
63.    Aggravate – worsen, increase, exaggerate, enhance
64.    Aggregate – total, whole, lump, amount
65.    Aggressive – violent, attacking, encroaching, invading
66.    Agony – pangs, pain, distress, anguish
67.    Agreement – harmony, treaty, accord, conformity
68.    Alert – circumspect, ready, vigilant, wary
69.    Alien – foreign, differing, strange, exotic
70.    Aliment – comestible, esculent, foodstuff, nourishment
71.    Alive – living, live, operative, breathing
72.    Allegation- accusation, charge, indictment, blame
73.    Allegiance – fidelity, loyalty, obedience, fealty
74.    Alleviate- mollify, palliate, allay, soothe
75.    Allude – advert, insinuate, intimate, refer
76.    Allure – trap, ensnare, cajole, tempt
77.    Ally – accomplice, confederate, partner, aide
78.    Altitude – height, loftiness, elevation
79.    Altruistic – philanthropic, unselfish, charitable
80.    Amateur – inexpert, dilettante, unskilled
81.    Ambiguous – equivocal, obscure, vague, dubious
82.    Ambition – desire, aspiration, yearning
83.    Ameliorate – better, improve, amend, promote
84.    Amendable – acquiescent, agreeable, biddable, persuadable
85.    Amiable – agreeable, pleasant, friendly, sociable
86.    Amity – friendliness, harmony, cordiality
87.    Amnesty – pardon, liberation, forgiveness, acquittal
88.    Amorous – amative, impassioned, infatuated, lovesick
89.    Amputate – truncate, decussate, puncture
90.    Amusing – funny, entertaining, comic, ridiculous
91.    Anarchy – misrule, lawlessness, chaos, disorder
92.    Ancestor – forefather, progenitor
93.    Ancient – antique, archaic, primeval, primitive
94.    Angelic – kind, cherubic, adorable, heavenly
95.    Animated – lively, vivacious, bustling, spirited
96.    Animosity – aversion, hostility, antipathy, enmity
97.    Annihilate – destroy, abolish, obliterate, exterminate
98.    Annoyance – anger, irritation, vexation, nagging
99.    Anodyne – bland, bitterness, agreeable
100.    Anomalous – erratic, irregular, peculiar, abnormal
101.    Anonymous- nameless, unidentified, unsigned, unknown
102.    Antagonistic – hostile, inimical, opposing, disharmonious.
103.    Antidote – remedy, cure, contractive, corrective.
104.    Antipathy – abhorrence, hatred, repugnance, disgust.
105.    Anxious – solicitous, careful, troubled, concerned.
106.    Apathy – indifference, coldness, insensibility
107.    Apologetic – excusatory, sorry, defensive.
108.    Apothecary – pharmacist, druggist, chemist
109.    Apparatus – tools, instruments, appliances, means.
110.    Apparent – obvious, clear, evident, conspicuous
111.    Appealing – attractive, interesting, charming
112.    Appease – assuage, mitigate, abate, allay
113.    Applause – laudation, praise, acclaim, eulogy
114.    Apposite – apt, befitting, appropriate, suitable
115.    Appreciate – praise, commend, eulogize, admire
116.    Appropriate – apt, fit, proper, apposite
117.    Approve – accept, grant, consent, sanction
118.    Aptitude – ability, disposition, talent, genius
119.    Arable – cultivable, tillable
120.    Archaic – ancient, old, antique, obsolete
121.    Ardent – passionate, fervent, earnest, fiery
122.    Arduous – hard, difficult, uphill, toilsome
123.    Argue – discuss, dispute, debate, reason
124.    Arid – barren, parched, dry, sterile
125.    Aroma – bouquet, fragrance, incense, redolence
126.    Arouse – agitate, animate, electrify, instigate
127.    Arrest – apprehend, capture, seize, detain
128.    Arrive – attain, come, reach, land
129.    Arrogance – haughtiness, rudeness, loftiness, insolence
130.    Artful – cunning, sly, devious, crafty
131.    Articulate – distinct, clear, audible, intelligible
132.    Artisan – craftsperson, inventor, virtuoso, whiz
133.    Artless – plain, frank, simple, sincere
134.    Ascetic – abstemious, puritanical, stern, austere
135.    Ashamed – abashed, confused, shameful
136.    Asperity – bitterness, acrimony, harshness, acerbity
137.    Aspersions – calumny, slander, censure
138.    Aspire – desire, yearn, wish, will
139.    Assemblage – gathering, throng, assembly, congregation
140.    Assemble – accumulate, agglomerate, convene, convoke
141.    Assert – affirm, aver, avow, declare
142.    Assess – evaluate, rate, appraise, estimate
143.    Assiduous – diligent, industrious, hard working, sedulous.
144.    Assimilate – comprehend, incorporate, understand
145.    Astute – intelligent, sharp, shrewd, ingenious
146.    Atone – expiate, satisfy, make amends
147.    Atrocity – wickedness, savagery, depravity, ferocity
148.    Attenuate – reduce, rarefy, diminish, lessen
149.    Attraction – allurement, draw, pull
150.    Attraction – lovely, charming, alluring, fascinating
151.    Attribution – allegation, citation, impeachment, imputation.
152.    Audacious – brave, dauntless, bold, daring
153.    Audacity – adventurousness, dauntlessness, enterprise, intrepidity, rashness
154.    Augment – increase, enhance, enrich, amplify
155.    Augury – omen, portent, sign, presage
156.    August – majestic, grand, noble, sublime
157.    Austere – ascetic, strict, rigid, hard
158.    Authentic – accurate, pure, real, genuine
159.    Authenticate – attest, prove, ratify, substantiate
160.    Autocrate – dictator, absolutist, oppressor, boss
161.    Automatic – electric, mechanized, motorized, robotic
162.    Autonomy – independence, freedom, sovereignty
163.    Avarice – greed, rapacity, sordidness, cupidity
164.    Aversion – abhorrence, antipathy, dislike, reluctance
165.    Avoid – escape, shun, eschew, elude
166.    Awareness – attentiveness, cognizance, recognition, sensibility
167.    Awe – fear, terror, horror, daunt
168.    Awkward – clumsy, maladroit, ungraceful, inapt


B
169.    Backward – behind, dull, sluggish, stolid
170.    Baffle – addle, amaze, astound, befuddle
171.    Baleful – noxious, pernicious, hurtful, baneful
172.    Ban – forbid, prohibit, bar, interdict
173.    Banish – abandon, dismiss, expel, extrude
174.    Barbarian – brutal, lowbrow, philistine, uncouth, vicious
175.    Barren – unfertile, unfruitful, unproductive, infecund
176.    Barrier – obstruction, obstacle, barricade, fence
177.    Base – abject, mean, cheap, despicable
178.    Beckon – call, indicate, invite, signal
179.    Befog – bewilder, confuse, perplex, muddle
180.    Begin – start, initiate, commence, originate
181.    Beguile – entice, lure, woo, charm
182.    Belief – faith, trust, confidence, credence
183.    Believable – trustworthy, faithful, credible, reliable
184.    Belittle – disparage, malign, underestimate, derogate
185.    Bemoan – mourn, bewail, lament, deplore
186.    Benefactor – donor, patron, supporter, helper
187.    Beneficial – profitable, advantageous, useful, helpful
188.    Benevolence – philanthropy, tenderness, kindness
189.    Bequeath – bestow, devise, endow, legate
190.    Bewitched – enchanted, enraptured, enamoured, fascinated
191.    Bias – partiality, favour, prejudice, predilection
192.    Bizarre – curious, eccentric, extraordinary, fantastic
193.    Bless – adore, praise, extol, exalt
194.    Bliss – joy, ecstasy, beatification, felicity
195.    Blister- abscess, bubble, furuncle, pustule
196.    Blunt – harsh, rough, rude, brusque
197.    Boastful – egoist, egotist, proud, arrogant
198.    Boisterous – noisy, clamorous, obstreperous, furious
199.    Bold – dauntless, gallant, valiant, daring
200.    Boorish – rustic, loutish, rude, rough
201.    Boring – dull, dreary, tedious, uninteresting
202.    Bottom – base, floor, foot, foundation
203.    Bottomless- abysmal, unending, unfathomable, eternal
204.    Boundary – border, frontier, line
205.    Bounty – bonus, donation, gift, reward
206.    Boyish – adolescent, immature, puerile
207.    Brash – over confident, aggressive, conceited, proud
208.    Bravery – courage, valour, intrepidity, boldness
209.    Brevity – conciseness, shortness, terseness, briefness
210.    Bright – radiant, luminous, resplendent, dazzling
211.    Brutality – barbarity, cruelty, ruthlessness, savagery
212.    Bulky – massive, heavy, huge, enormous
213.    Burn – blaze, flame, smoulder, ignite
214.    Butcher – slaughter, slay, kill, murder


C
215.    Cajole – coax, persuade, beguile, wheedle
216.    Callous – insensitive, cruel, unfeeling, hardened
217.    Callow – inexperienced, naïve, immature, novice
218.    Camaraderie – friendship, companionship, fellowship, intimacy
219.    Camouflage – becloud, dissemble, obscure, veil
220.    Cancel- dismiss, quash, abrogate, nullify
221.    Candid- open, frank, straightforward, honest
222.    Capacity – power, competency, caliber, efficiency
223.    Capitulate – surrender, yield, submit, give in
224.    Capture – arrest, catch, apprehend, seize
225.    Careful- cautious, wary, circumspect, heedful
226.    Carp – cavil, quibble, complain, nag
227.    Caricature – burlesque, mockery, pasquinade, travesty
228.    Castigate – criticize, censure, punish, admonish
229.    Casual – accidental, incidental, fortuitous, occasional
230.    Cautious – careful, discreet, wary, attentive
231.    Cavil – carp, complain, quibble, nag
232.    Celebrate – rejoice, commemorate, hold
233.    Censorious – critical, caviling, complaining, nagging
234.    Censure – criticize, rebuke, condemn, castigate
235.    Ceremonial – formal, occasional, official, functional
236.    Chafe – annoy, enrage, harass, vex
237.    Chaotic – disordered, scattered, confused, haphazard
238.    Charitable – benevolent, benign, generous, philanthropic
239.    Charity – goodwill, kindness, benevolence, donation
240.    Charlatan – pretender, quack, cheat, impostor
241.    Charm – enchant, enrapture, bewitch, captivate
242.    Chaste – pure, virtuous, modest, uncontaminated
243.    Chatter – blather, chitchat, jabber, twaddle
244.    Cheap – inferior, mean, worthless, shoddy
245.    Cheerful – jolly, blithesome, glad, mirthful
246.    Cherish – appreciate, nourish, reverence, venerate
247.    Childish – immature, inexperienced, silly, foolish
248.    Chivalrous – benevolent, magnanimous, quixotic, valorous
249.    Choleric – bad-tempered, fiery, irascible, petulant
250.    Churlish – impolite, sullen, surly, rude
251.    Circuitous – collateral, labyrinthine, oblique, roundabout
252.    Circumspect – attentive, cautious, heedful, observant
253.    Circumstantial – amplified, environmental, fortuitous, presumptive
254.    Circular – annular, indirect, orbicular, spheroid
255.    Clandestine – hidden, secret, surreptitious, underhand
256.    Clarify – clear, simplify, explain, elucidate
257.    Clarity – lucidity, simplicity, plainness
258.    Classic – prototypal, magnum, prototype, consummate
259.    Clemency – kindness, compassion, mildness, tenderness
260.    Cloudy – unclear, muddy, obscure, vague
261.    Clownish – clumsy, awkward, coarse, rough
262.    Clumsy – inexpert, awkward, maladroit, blundering
263.    Coalition – alliance, league, union, combination
264.    Coarse – rough, crude, raw, unpurified
265.    Coax – cajole, persuade, wheedle, allure
266.    Coddle – pamper, mollycoddle, baby, cosset
267.    Cogent – convincing, impressive, conclusive, potent
268.    Colic – bellyache, gripe, pain, stomachache
269.    Collaborate – cooperate, coordinate, team up, work together
270.    Collate – analogize, assemble, examine, gather
271.    Colleague – companion, partner, friend, mate
272.    Collide – clash, hit, encounter, crash
273.    Collusion – plot, confederacy, conspiracy, connivance
274.    Colossal – mammoth, big, huge, enormous
275.    Comely – attractive, appealing, graceful, pretty
276.    Comical – funny, humorous, amusing, farcical
277.    Commotion – bustle, tumult, disorder, uproar
278.    Companion – comrade, associate, partner, fellow
279.    Compassion – kindness, mercy, sympathy, clemency
280.    Compassionate – benevolent, charitable, indulgent, kindhearted
281.    Compel – force, oblige, coerce, subject
282.    Compensation – remuneration, amends, atonements, fine
283.    Complex – complicated, intricate, entangled, tough
284.    Compliance – docility, obedience, submission, yielding
285.    Complimentary – laudatory, flattering, commendatory, extolling
286.    Composure – poise, equanimity, placidity, tranquility
287.    Comprehension – apperception, cognizance, conception, perception
288.    Comprehensive – broad, extensive, complete, full
289.    Compulsory – obligatory, binding, necessary, imperative
290.    Conceal – hide, cover, disguise, cloak
291.    Conceited – egotistical, vain, opinionated, haughty
292.    Concern – worry, anxiety, desperation, discomfort
293.    Conciliatory – persuasive, soothing, pacifying, reconciling
294.    Concise – brief, compact, short, terse
295.    Conclusion – result, consequence, end, deduction
296.    Concur – agree, conform, comply, coincide
297.    Condemn – reprove, blame, censure, denounce
298.    Condensed – succinct, abbreviate, constrict
299.    Condone – forget, forgive, overlook, pardon
300.    Conduct – bearing, behaviour, carriage, deportment
301.    Confident – assured, certain, positive, sure
302.    Confidential – private, secret, intimate
303.    Confined – circumscribed, flattened, imprisoned, incarcerated
304.    Confirmed – assured, certain, positive, sure
305.    Confiscate – seize, capture, comply, coincide
306.    Congenial – agreeable, pleasant, favourable, fit
307.    Congenital – inborn, innate, ingrained, natural
308.    Congest – overburden, intercept, interfere, stopper
309.    Congratulate – felicitate, compliment, salute
310.    Congregation – gathering, assembly, throng, meeting
311.    Congruity – harmony, agreement, conformity, concord
312.    Congruous – consistent, agreeing, appropriate, harmonious
313.    Conscientious – just, principled, honest, fair
314.    Consensus – agreement, unanimity, unison, consent
315.    Consent – assent, concur, comply, agree
316.    Conservation – preservation, protection, safety, keeping
317.    Considerate – judicious, prudent, thoughtful, discreet
318.    Console – comfort, assuage, solace, soothe
319.    Consolidation – strengthening, solidification, unification, cementing
320.    Conspicuous – discernible, obvious, noticeable, clear
321.    Conspiracy – plot, treachery, treason, intrigue
322.    Constant – continuous, perpetual, sustained, uninterrupted
323.    Consternation – dismay, fright, horror, worry
324.    Constraint – restriction, restraint, limit, confinement
325.    Construct – envision, establish, imagine, manufacture
326.    Consultant – adviser, guide, informer, aide
327.    Consummate – perfect, masterly, complete, excellent
328.    Contempt – disregard, insult, mockery, disdain
329.    Contestant – adversary, aspirant, contender, disputant
330.    Contentious – pugnacious, bellicose, aggressive, petulant
331.    Contiguous – abutting, contractual, conterminous, juxtaposed
332.    Contract – shorten, diminish, condense, narrow
333.    Contradict – confute, refute, deny, disprove
334.    Contrary – opposite, adverse, counteracting, antagonistic
335.    Controversial – disputable, debatable, uncertain, problematic
336.    Contumacious – rebellious, persistent, defiant, heedless
337.    Convalescence – recovery, recuperation, healing
338.    Convict – condemn, sentence, punish, indict
339.    Convince – persuade, prove, satisfy
340.    Convivial – sociable, gregarious, amicable, jovial
341.    Cooperate – assist, aid, help, support
342.    Coordination – allocation, adequation, balance, evenness
343.    Copious – plentiful, profuse, abundant, ample
344.    Cordial – affectionate, friendly, hearty, warm
345.    Correction – amendment, rectification, improvement, modification
346.    Corroborate – establish, confirm, substantiate, support
347.    Corruption – depravity, wickedness, depravation, contamination
348.    Cosmetic – corrective, goody, improving, remedial
349.    Costly – dear, expensive, valuable, sumptuous
350.    Countenance – expression, look, mien, aspect
351.    Countervailing – counterbalancing, offsetting, equalizing, compensatory
352.    Coup – rebellion, uprising, revolt, revolution
353.    Courteous – debonair, elegant, polite, ceremonious
354.    Covet – desire, long for, want, wish
355.    Cowardice – timidity, fear, pusillanimity, poltroonery
356.    Coy – reticent, reserved, uncommunicative, shy
357.    Crafty – cunning, artful, deceitful, pretending
358.    Crash – fall, tumble, collapse, dive
359.    Crass – insensitive, unsympathetic, rude, curt
360.    Crave – covet, dream, suspire, lust after, suspire
361.    Craven – cowardly, timid, chicken-hearted, fearful
362.    Creative – imaginative, inventive, inquisitive, artist
363.    Credentials – proof, testimony, evidence, certificate
364.    Credible – reliable, trustworthy, believable, dependable
365.    Cripple – impair, mutilate, disable, lame
366.    Crisp – crispy, crumbly, crunchy, friable
367.    Criticize – condemn, castigate, rebuke, scold
368.    Crowned – coronate, establish, inaugurate, stabilize
369.    Cruel – barbarous, brutal, ruthless, merciless
370.    Cumbersome – bulky, heavy, massive, stupendous
371.    Cunning – artful, clever, crooked, crafty
372.    Cure – remedy, heal, restore, alleviate
373.    Cure-all – panacea
374.    Curse – malediction, anathema, oath, swear word
375.    Curved – bent, twisted, crooked, turned
376.    Customer – clientele, habitué, prospect, purchaser
377.    Cynical – ill-tempered, cross, churlish, captious
378.    Cynosure – point, center, attraction


D
379.    Defeated – beaten, conquered, crushed, routed
380.    Definition – analogue, delineation, interpretation, terminology
381.    Deflection – bending, curvature, deviation
382.    Dainty – delectable, exquisite, palatable, recherché
383.    Dampened – discourage, disheartened, diffident, depressed
384.    Dance – hop, caper, frolic, bob
385.    Dangerous – perilous, risky, hazardous, unsafe
386.    Daring – brave, bold, dauntless, courageous
387.    Dark  – mysterious, hidden,    clandestine, secret
388.    Dash – animation, panache, vehemence
389.    Dastardly – contemptible, cowardly, despicable, underhanded
390.    Dauntless – daring, fearless, bold, valiant
391.    Deadlock, impasse, stalemate, standstill, stoppage
392.    Deadly – lethal, fatal, life-threatening, murderous
393.    Debacle – disaster, calamity, fiasco, shambles
394.    Debilitate – weaken, exhaust, enfeeble, enervate
395.    Debonair – elegant, refined, exalted, dignified
396.    Decade – decapods, decimvir, decemvirate, decennium
397.    Decamp – flee, escape, abscond, bolt
398.    Decay – rot, decompose, tarnish, perish
399.    Deceive – mislead, trick, betray, dupe
400.    Decent – excellent, perfect, good, dignified
401.    Deception – deceit, artifice, guile, stratagem
402.    Decided – resolute, determined, strong-willed, decisive
403.    Decimated – destroyed, ruined, plundered, crushed
404.    Decline – refuse, turn down, beg off, reject
405.    Decorate – adorn, beautify, embellish, enrich
406.    Decrease – reduce, cut, diminish, lessen
407.    Decrepit – old, frail, superannuated, crippled
408.    Defeat – overpower, overcome, conquer, crush
409.    Defendable – defensible, impregnable, unassailable, invulnerable
410.    Defer – delay, postpone, procrastinate, adjourn
411.    Deficient – faulty, defective, blemished, inadequate
412.    Defunct – obsolete, redundant, invalid, outdated
413.    Degeneration – deterioration, collapse, disintegration, erosion
414.    Degradation – degeneration, decline, erosion, deterioration
415.    Delay – defer, procrastinate, tarry, linger
416.    Delectation – delight, joy, ecstasy, rapture
417.    Deliberate – intentional, planned, intended, purposely
418.    Delicate – fragile, slender, tender, slight
419.    Delicious – tasty, yummy, appetizing, scrumptious
420.    Delineate – depict, describe, portray, draw
421.    Delinquent – blameworthy, censurable, procrastinating, reprehensible
422.    Delirious – confused, hallucinated, feverish, restless
423.    Deliver – give, yield, produce, put forth
424.    Delude – cheat, dupe, mislead, deceive
425.    Deluge – flood, overflow, rush, inundation
426.    Democracy – egalitarianism, equalitarianism, representative, suffrage
427.    Demolish – dismantle, raze, destroy, ruin
428.    Demonstrate – show, display, exhibit, prove
429.    Demoralize – dishearten, discourage, dispirit, depress
430.    Demotion – relegation, downgrading, downscaling
431.    Denial – refusal, rejection, rebuff, refutation
432.    Denounce – censure, rebuke, condemn, decry
433.    Dense – thick, heavy, solid, compact
434.    Dependent – needy, reliant
435.    Deportation – eviction, expulsion, marching
436.    Deplorable – appalling, lamentable, awful, wretched
437.    Depressed – forlorn, dejected, dispirited, disheartened
438.    Derelict – deserted, abandoned, forsaken, relinquished
439.    Deride – mock, scorn, jeer, scoff
440.    Derogatory – offensive, aspersing, censorious
441.    Desecration – abuse, profanity, contamination, disregard
442.    Deserve – merit, earn, warrant, justify
443.    Desirable – longed for, good, beneficial, enviable
444.    Desirous – eager, keen longing, yearning
445.    Desolate – forlorn, dejected, lonesome, lonely
446.    Despair – hopelessness, dejection, despondency, desperation
447.    Desperate – frantic, worried, anxious, fraught
448.    Despise – disregard, disdain, contempt, hate
449.    Despondent – dejected, sad, hopeless, downcast
450.    Despot – autocrat, dictator, oppressor, tyrant
451.    Destination – ambition, station, terminal, terminus
452.    Destiny – fate, doom, fortune, destination
453.    Destroy – obliterate, devastate, annihilate, wipe out
454.    Destructive – ruinous, devastating, damaging, deleterious
455.    Desultory – erratic, capricious, aberrant, wandering
456.    Deterioration – decline, degeneration, degradation, erosion
457.    Determinate – fixed, definite, certain, determined
458.    Detestable – abominable, disgusting, repulsive, vile
459.    Detrimental – harmful, evil, deleterious, injurious
460.    Devastate – ravage, plunder, ruin, pillage
461.    Deviate – deflect, digress, stray, swerve
462.    Deviation – departure, wandering, divergence, digression
463.    Device – plot, design, plan, scheme
464.    Devilish – demonic, wicked, fiendish, atrocious
465.    Devious – deceitful, underhand, crooked, artful
466.    Devoid – vacant, void, empty, lacking
467.    Devote – dedicate, give, consecrate, appropriate
468.    Diabolical – terrible, demonic, devilish, wicked
469.    Diaphanous – translucent, thin, membranous, penetrable
470.    Dictator – despot, autocrat, tyrant, oppressor
471.    Differ – bicker, disagree, dispute, argue
472.    Difficult – hard, tough, up-hill, assiduous
473.    Dilemma – predicament, fix, quandary, indecision
474.    Diligent – industrious, hard working, assiduous, laborious
475.    Dilute – water down, reduce, moderate, weaken
476.    Diminish – reduce, weaken, lessen, moderate
477.    Diplomatic – astute, tactful, adept, artful
478.    Direct – straight, unswerving, undeviating, through
479.    Disagreeable – nasty, distasteful, obnoxious, offensive
480.    Disappear – vanish, fade, recede, dissolve
481.    Disapproval – disapprobation, condemnation, opposition
482.    Disastrous – catastrophic, destructive, ruinous, calamitous
483.    Discernible – perceptible, palpable, conspicuous, visible
484.    Discomfiture – unease, embarrassment, humiliation, confusion
485.    Disconsolate – desolate, forlorn, cheerless, sorrowful
486.    Discord – disagreement, strife, conflict, contention
487.    Discount – reduction, concession, markdown, price cut
488.    Discourage – dishearten, dispirit, dampen, depress
489.    Discourteous – impolite, unmannerly, rude, savage
490.    Discussion – debate, argument, deliberation, talk
491.    Disentangle – unfold, unravel, untwist, unwind
492.    Disgorge – expel, eject, pour out, spew
493.    Disgraceful – ignominious, scandalous, humiliating, shameful
494.    Disguise – hide, veil, conceal, cover
495.    Disgust – nauseate, repel, repulse, sicken
496.    Disheveled – untidy, chaotic, disordered, muddled
497.    Dishonesty – fraud, guile, trickery, deceit
498.    Disinclination – reluctance, unwillingness, aversion, indisposition
499.    Disinterested – just, fair, impartial, unbiased
500.    Dislike – abhor, detest, hate, loathe
501.    Dislocate – disrupt, disturb, obstruct, remove
502.    Dismal – gloomy, miserable, somber, dolorous
503.    Dismay – discontent, dissatisfaction, sadness, despair
504.    Dismiss – banish, remove, suspend, wave aside
505.    Disobedient – defiant, contumacious, unruly, assertive
506.    Disown – disavow, repudiate, disclaim, relinquish
507.    Disparage – despise, belittle, vilify, malign
508.    Disparate – distinct, composite, different, diversified
509.    Dispatch – send off, post, mail, transmit
510.    Dispense – allocate , apportion, deal out, hand out
511.    Disperse – scatter, dissolve, separate, diffuse
512.    Display – exhibit, reveal, disclose, show
513.    Displeased- unsatisfied, disgruntled, discontented, unhappy
514.    Displeasure – dissatisfaction, annoyance, wrath, discontentment
515.    Disputable – questionable, debatable, controversial, open
516.    Dispute – bickering, altercation, wrangle, squabble
517.    Disrepute – notoriety, discredit, shame, derogation
518.    Disrespect – disregard, insult, interrupt, dislocate
519.    Dissatisfied – begrudging, griping, kvetching, sniveling
520.    Dissemble – camouflage, counterfeit, dissimulate, pussyfoot
521.    Disseminate – advertise, announce, annunciate, broadcast
522.    Dissent – disagree, differ, deny, oppose
523.    Dissolution – closure, disbanding, termination, conclusion
524.    Distant – far away, remote, far off, outlying
525.    Distinct – separate, different, dissimilar, discrete
526.    Distraction – diversion, disturbance, interference
527.    Distressing – upsetting, worrying, painful, difficult
528.    Disturbance – derangement, discomposure, agitation, unease
529.    Diversion – distraction, disturbance, interference
530.    Diversity – variation, variety, divergence, dissimilarity
531.    Divorce – part, separate, alienate, sever
532.    Divulge – exhibit, reveal, disclose, manifest
533.    Docile – tame, meek, compliant, obedient
534.    Dogmatic – dictatorial, arbitrary, peremptory, overbearing
535.    Doleful – unhappy, miserable, sad, woeful
536.    Dolorous – doleful, melancholy, somber, mournful
537.    Dominant – predominant, prevalent, predominant, chief
538.    Donor – giver, lender, donator, bestower
539.    Dormant – latent, quiescent, inactive, inert
540.    Doubt – hesitation, uncertainty, indecision, misgivings
541.    Downfall – fall, end, demise, breakdown
542.    Dramatic – melodramatic, sensational, thespian, tragicomic
543.    Drawback – snag, disadvantage, defect, shortcomings
544.    Drooping – dangle, diminish, subside, suspend
545.    Drought – lack, dearth, deficiency, famine
546.    Drunk – inebriated, intoxicated, sizzled, tight
547.    Dubious – doubtful, uncertain, hesitant, wavering
548.    Dull – sluggish, lazy, unimpassioned, torpid
549.    Dumbfounded – astonished, amazed, bewildered, astounded
550.    Duplicate – replicate, copy
551.    Durable – enduring, lasting, abiding, stable
552.    Dwindle – decline, decay, decrease, diminish

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