noun – having knowledge of; awareness; consciousness; knowingness.
antonym – incognizance
verb – to become dry & shriveled, as with a loss of moisture; fade; shrink; shrivel; shrivel up
verb – be indecisive; an excited state of agitation; make a fuss; tremble; palpitate; quake; quaver; tremor.
verb – to make sth (bad or satisfactory) better; mend; improve; meliorate.
antonym – deteriorate.
noun – comically/repulsively ugly or distorted; preposterous; ludicrous; fanatic; hideous; antic.
adjective – not thorough, deep or complete; lacking depth of character or understanding; trivial; shallow; ostensible; frivolous; desultory.
antonym- analytical; detailed; profound.
noun – chiefly literal, soon passing out of sight/memory/existence; transient; fleeting; tenuous; volatile; ephemeral; unenduring; momentary.
antonym – eternal; perpetual; interminable.
noun – spreading widely throughout an area or a grp of people, extensive; permeative; inescapable; pervading; rife; Ubiquitous; comprehensive; rampant; regnant.
antonym – trivial; concentrated; rare; limited.
noun – a sudden and ignominious failure; fiasco; catastrophe; slaughter; blue ruin; rout; vanquishment.
antonym – boon; miracle; wonder.
verb – to banish; shun; exile; cold shoulder; expatriate; oust; debar; repudiate; veto; scorn; censure.
antonym – embrace; accept.