Synonyms and Antonyms (Section U, V)

By | January 2, 2017

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.

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.

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