STUPEFY (VERB): stun Synonyms: benumb, daze Antonyms: enliven, inspire Sentence: She stupefied her mom with her acts.
APPAL (VERB): horrify Synonyms: alarm, amaze Antonyms: comfort, encourage Sentence: Yesterday I was appalled by seeing the horror movie.
SMEAR (VERB): To make something blurred Synonyms: smudge, stained Antonyms: clean, purify Sentence: She brushed against the newly painted notice and smeared the lettering
BESMIRCH (VERB): taint Synonyms: blacken, defile Antonyms: honor, praise Sentence: The celebrity insisted that the accusation was an attempt to besmirch his name.
GAMBOL (VERB): run or jump about playfully Synonyms: prank, play Antonyms: work, study Sentence: The kids gamboled all around the house.
BROACH (VERB): bring up a topic Synonyms: introduce, moot Antonyms: stop, close Sentence: The subject was broached to nurture the students in a better way.
IMPART (VERB): convey Synonyms: Bestow, Divulge Antonyms: Suppress, Withhold Sentence: Ever since I was of tender age, I have seen my teachers imparting a great deal of knowledge
COUNTENANCE (VERB): to have a favorable opinion of Synonyms: approve, favor Antonyms: censure, disapprove Sentence: Our management will not countenance cheating.
ESTRANGEMENT (NOUN): Alienation Synonyms: disaffection, separation Antonyms: connection, friendliness Sentence: The growing estrangement between me and my relative is awful.
RAUCOUS (ADJECTIVE): Noisy Synonyms: discordant, loud Antonyms: low, mild Sentence: The atmosphere was utterly raucous