A List 41-50

41. ACCOUTRE

accoutre-2

  • Meaning – To outfit and equip, as for military duty.
  • Synonyms – furnish, equip, outfit, fit out, fit, attire.
  • Antonyms – // comment if you know.
  • Usage – The army man accoutred for the mission.


42. ACCRETION

accretion-2

  • Meaning – increase by external addition or accumulation.
  • Synonyms – increase, accrue, growth.
  • Antonyms – attrition, decrease, lose.
  • Usage – The accretion of snow.


43. ACCRUE

accrue

  • Meaning – to be added as a matter of periodic gain or advantage, as interest on money.
  • Synonyms – to increase, accretion, augment, collect, gather, accummulate.
  • Antonyms – attrition, decrease, lose.
  • Usage – the interest accrues.


44. ACERBITY / ACRID

acerbity-1

  • Meaning – Sourness or acidness of taste, character, or tone. / (ACRID) harshness or severity, as of temper or expression.
  • Synonyms – bitter, acidity, sour. / (ACRID) tartness, jaundice, acrimony.
  • Antonyms – mellowness, mildness, sweetness. / (ACRID) kindness, sweetness
  • Usage – taste of acerbity.


45. ACME

acme

  • Meaning – The highest point, as of achievement or development.
  • Synonyms – peak, summit, apex, zenith, top, pinnacle.
  • Antonyms – bottom, low point, zero, nadir.
  • Usage – try harder to reach the acme of your career.


46. ACNE

acne

  • Meaning –Its a common skin disease characterized by pimples on the face, chest, and back.
  • Synonyms – pimples
  • Antonyms – // comment if you know
  • Usage – acne is a common disease.


47. ACQUIESCE

acquiesce

  • Meaning – to accept, comply, or submit tacitly or agree passively.
  • Synonyms – assent, agree, comply, connive.
  • Antonyms – disagree, deny, refuse, condemn, demur, denounce.
  • Usage – I’m disinclined to acquiesce to your request.


48. ACQUIT / ACQUITTAL

acquittal-1

  • Meaning – Judgment, as by a jury or judge, that a defendant is not guilty of a crime as charged.
  • Synonyms – absolve, discharge, exculpate, exonerate, release, vindicate.
  • Antonyms – charge, condemn, blame, convict, sentence.
  • Usage – If it does not fit, must you acquit?


49. ACRIMONIOUS

acrimonious

  • Meaning – caustic, biting, or rancorous especially in feeling, language, or manner.
  • Synonyms – acerbic, caustic, bitter, peevish, pungent, tart, sharp.
  • Antonyms – kind, sweet, affable, benign.
  • Usage – remain calm in acrimonious situations.


50. ACROPHOBIA

acrophobia

  • Meaning – Fear of heights.
  • Synonyms – // comment if you know
  • Antonyms – // comment if you know
  • Usage – People having acrophobia miss lot of fun, like the one in photo.