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Thesaurus is the collection of words with their Synonyms and Antonyms. The students who have ardent desire to have very good command over English language should master thousands of words so that the students will not hesitate to choose the right word for the right occasion to express the right expression. Synonyms and Antonyms are an important part of the English language. They greatly help develop one's vocabulary and word power. They have the potential to equip all, including the students, with ability to choose the right word for the right expression. This page is a discrete collection of synonyms and antonyms. It has all the essential words that a student would need to be able to write any type of composition, essay, article, letter, paragraph, story, anecdote, comprehension, precise or summary. We keep on adding more and more words to this list of words. Over the period of time, this page will contain thousands of words which will make the students great masters of English language.

According to the Cambridge Dictionary - a synonym is a word identical and co-extensive in sense and usage with another. It is a word denoting the same thing (things) as another but suitable in a different context (as leap and slay compared to jump and kill) or containing different suggestion (as blind worm compared to low worm). In short, a synonym is a word equivalent to another in one or the other sense (as ship compared to vessel).

An antonym, on the other hand, is a word of contrary or contrasted meaning of another word (as bad to good, high to low, short to long). Thus it is an anti-synonym. It is charged with the opposite meaning.

Vocabulary is the storage of words in a reader’s brain. It plays a fundamental role in the learning of the language. It is the foundation on which a student's mastery of the language is based.

The present dictionary should suffice to lay the needed foundation of one's vocabulary. Having grasped the knowledge and meaning of the basic words, you should practice their use in your day-to-day needs of your writing and conversation.

By developing an open mind for new words, by reading through good books and conversing with good talkers, you can certainly obtain a good mastery of words.

Synonyms and Antonyms of :

  1. Abandon
  2. Abash
  3. Abate
  4. Abbreviate
  5. Abduct
  6. Aberration
  7. Abet
  8. Abhor
  9. Ability
  10. Abject
  11. Abjure
  12. Abnormal
  13. Abolish
  14. Abridgment
  15. Abscond
  16. Absorb
  17. Abstain
  18. Absolute
  19. Absurd
  20. Accept
  21. Accompany
  22. Accumulate
  23. Accurate
  24. Achieve
  25. Acknowledge
  26. Acquaintance
  27. Actual
  28. Admire
  29. Adapt
  30. Adjust
  31. Admit
  32. Adversity
  33. Advise
  34. Affecting
  35. Afraid
  36. Alarming
  37. Allay
  38. Allure
  39. Ally
  40. Amazing
  41. Ambition
  42. Ample
  43. Amuse
  44. Annexation
  45. Annihilate
  46. Annoy
  47. Answer
  48. Anxiety
  49. Apparent
  50. Appearance
  51. Appreciation
  52. Appropriate
  53. Ascent
  54. Associate
  55. Assure
  56. Astonish
  57. Attention
  58. Auspicious
  59. Authority
  60. Avoidance
  61. Awkward




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