CONCOCT (VERB): formulate, think up Synonyms: contrive, create Antonyms: demolish, destroy Sentence: He concocted an idea to start a new business.
COY (ADJECTIVE): bashful Synonyms: skittish, timid Antonyms: aggressive, forward Sentence: Sania gave him a coy smile.
FLUSTER (NOUN): perturbation, upset Synonyms: agitation, disturbance Antonyms: peace, calmness Sentence: There was no longer any fluster or hesitation in his manner.
FEUD (NOUN): major argument Synonyms: conflict, dispute Antonyms: friendship, accord Sentence: The feud between the two sisters lasted for two hours.
FEALTY (NOUN): allegiance Synonyms: faithfulness, loyalty Antonyms: disloyalty, treachery Sentence: Everyone expect fealty from their good friends.
INGRAINED (ADJECTIVE): Deep-rooted Synonyms: deep-seated, inbred Antonyms: acquired, learned Sentence: The notion of scarcity is ingrained in them.
VESTIGE (NOUN): Sign Synonyms: glimmer, indication Antonyms: information, lot Sentence: Some people are said to have revealed no vestige of religion.
TEPID (ADJECTIVE): Mild Synonyms: warm, unenthusiastic Antonyms: enthusiastic, keen Sentence: The applause from the audience was tepid.
TOUT (VERB): Laud Synonyms: praise, promote Antonyms: blame, discourage Sentence: They touted her performance.
VARNISH (VERB): add a layer to; embellish Synonyms: lacquer, cover Antonyms: uncover, reveal Sentence: The painter varnished the doors.