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Synonyms and Antonyms (Section U, V)

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Synonyms and antonyms of essential English words starting for the aspirants preparing for competitive examinations on English language testing with letter ‘U, V’ will be helpful for the aspirants preparing for competitive examinations on English language testing.

Section U:

This section ‘U’ covers terms such as ugly, ultimate, undue, unearth, uniformity, unify, unique, universal, upset, urge, urgent, usual.

S.No

Word

Synonyms

Antonyms

1

Ugly

hideous, unsightly, horrid, roiled, rugged, cranky

lovely, pleasing, attractive

2

Ultimate

underlying, utmost, transcendent, unsurpassable, fundamental, essential

preliminary, trivial, auxiliary

3

Undue

exorbitant, excessive, inordinate, improper, inapt, forbidden

moderate, reasonable, sensible

4

Unearth

dig, uncover, ferret, excavate, reveal, ascertain

bury, conceal, hide

5

Uniformity

analogy, comparison, correspondence, resemblance, harmony, similarity

discord, disagreement, difference

6

Unify

coalesce, conjoin, conjugate, consolidate, couple, meld 

disjoin, disperse, separate

7

Unique

singular, solitary, matchless, peerless, exemplary, unrivaled

commonplace, usual, regular

8

Universal

cosmic, global, pandemic, planetary, ubiquitous, generic

confined, local, partial

9

Upset

overthrow, topple, derange, unsettle, disarray, disrupt

organize, arrange, ready

10

Urge

insist, press, appeal, call, demand, plead

answer, reply, protest

11

Urgent

dire, emergent, exigent, importune, insistent, persistent

moderate, unimportant, usual

12

Usual

average, common, general, ordinary, typical, wonted

abnormal, atypical, irregular

Section V:

This section ‘V’ covers terms such as vacant, vague, vain, valiant, valid, valour, vanish, variable, vast, versatile, veteran, vibrant, victimize, vigilant, vigour, violate, visionary, vital, vivid, voluntary, vulgar.

S.No

Word

Synonyms

Antonyms

1

Vacant

empty, void, idle, inane, vacuous, otiose

full, occupied, overflowing

2

Vague

inexplicit, nebulous, obscure, bleary, fuzzy, unresolved

certain, define, clear 

3

Vain

futile, hollow, conceited, goistic, narcissistic, otiose

modest, diffident, useful 

4

Valiant

courageous, doughty, gallant, heroic, intrepid, mettlesome

cowardly, timid, weak

5

Valid

cogent, just, authentic, authoritative, convincing, credible

unsound, unacceptable, invalid

6

Valour

courage, fortitude, gallantry, intrepidity, pluckiness, valiance

cowardice, timidity, meekness

7

Vanish

disappear, evanesce, evaporate, fade, exit, dematerialize, appear, arrive, come

appear, arrive, come

8

Variable

alterable, mutable, capricious, flickle, ticklish, volatile

steady, fixed, constant

9

Vast

enormous, giant, immense, heroic, monstrous, walloping

bounded, limited, little

10

Versatile

all-round, multifaceted, protean, adaptable, ambidextrous, resourceful

inflexible, limited, nonconforming

11

Veteran

xperienced, skilled, seasoned, adept, expert, hardened

amateur, inexperienced, greenhorn 

12

Vibrant

mettlesome, vivacious, peppery, spirited, resonant, sparkling

colorless, dull, dispirited

13

Victimize

bilk, cheat, defraud, gull, mulct, swindle

assist, help

14

Vigilant

alert, observant, open-eyed, wakeful, wary, watchful

indiscreet, negligent, inattentive

15

Vigour

bounce, spirit, liveliness, verve, vim, energy

lethargy, weakness, enervation

16

Violate

breach, contravene, infringe, transgress, flout, ravish 

obey, observe, comply

17

Visionary

farsighted, chimerical, delusive, illusive, fanciful, notional

practical, real, realistic

18

Vital

animate, robust, sturdy, vigorous, fundamental, integral 

trivial, insignificant, petty

19

Vivid

bright, colorful, flamboyant, graphic, expressive, meaningful

dull, inexpressive, vague

20

Voluntary

willing, spontaneous, unforced, uncompensated, deliberate, unintended

obligatory, forced, involuntary

21

Vulgar

humble, ignoble, mean, boorish, crass, bawdy

decent, inoffensive, polite

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