Things can get spoiled if done in a haste. Avoid haste. Always think carefully before acting in haste. Do not discard waste in haste. You might take a bad decision in haste. He is always in haste. Don’t make haste. Do not take decisions in haste. He is in a mad haste. Don’t be in […]
Punctuality is a moral principle. Punctuality is the first step towards success. Punctuality is a great virtue. There are many people who observe strict punctuality without boasting about it. He is known for his punctuality. Punctuality is one asset that all organisations admire and look for in employees. Punctuality means the habit of doing things […]
Displaying flags and hoardings without permission is a violation of the Law. Hoardings should not be allowed along the national highways and state highways as they divert the attention of the commuters.
It is cynical politics. He is a cynical by nature. We live in a cynical world. He is often ridiculed for being cynical. He gave a cynical smile to himself.
Suddenly her beaming face became morose. I felt a little alienated, a little morose. Why are you looking morose? His dazzling smile brings glow on the face of even the most morose person. He became an introvert and morose. The disease makes him feel morose. He is morose without his friend. I have decided to […]
Sometimes one’s first name may be a complete antithesis of one’s surname. Synonyms of Antithesis contradictory, contrary, opposite, antagonism, antipode, reverse, polarity, inverse, counter, contrast
This is an audacious terrorist attack. This is the most audacious and serious kind of attack. He is a hard working, audacious and highly refined person. Several persons are injured in an audacious mass shooting. This man is whimsical and audacious. I used to be audacious during my school days. Synonyms of Audacious adventurous, courageous, intrepid, […]
It is an arduous task. Make-up in Kathakali is a prolonged, arduous and meticulous art. Learning English is an arduous task for me. Synonyms of Arduous difficult, laborious, demanding, herculean, rigorous, exhausting, strenuous, toilsome, uphill, onerous
She was apprehensive that she would fail in the examination. We are apprehensive that such methods can be adopted by anti-social elements. He was apprehensive about it. There are some people who always remain apprehensive about the after-effects of holi. We are programmed in such a way that we are apprehensive of what is going […]
Only time can assuage his grief. He tried to assuage the hurt feelings of his wife. He tried to assuage the outraged members. Synonyms of Assuage pacify, appease, soothe, mitigate, ease, calm, tranquilize, lessen, relieve, alleviate