Antonyms ( C )

Cajole

( Verb )

We had to cajole him out of going to USA for higher studies.
Antonyms:

Cool; Dampen; Flaunt; Dam; Dissuade


Calamity

(Noun )
AT last, we had to face the calamity.
Antonyms:

Prosperity; Fortune; Peace; Joy; Tranquility; Happiness


Calculate

( Verb )

Please, calculate once again. I think, you are wrong.
Antonym:

Imagine; Conjecture; Surmise; Suppose


Call

( Verb )

called to see Mr. Green.
Antonyms:

Remove; Dismiss; Discharge; Exile; Banish


Calm

( Adjective )

We had to keep calm to hear what she said.
Antonyms:

Agitate; Excite; Perturb; Crisis; Disturb; Fluster


Cancel

( Verb )

Because of heavy rain, the musical program stands cancelled.
Antonyms:
Establish; Ratify; Corroborate; Substantiate; Endorse; Confirm


Capacity

( Noun )

This book is with in the capacity of young readers.
Antonyms:
Incapability; Inability; Incompetence


Capture

( Verb )

This advertisement will capture the attention of the readers everywhere.
Antonyms:
Liberate; Release; Acquit; Free; Disengage


Care

( Noun )

Care should be take to see that no theft takes place on Sundays in this shop..
Antonyms
Remissness; Temerity; Neglect


Careful

( Adjective )

Be careful not to break the eggs.
Antonyms:
Negligent; Heedless; Sloppy; Slipshod


Carry

( Verb )

Can you carry all these figures in your head?
Antonyms:
Leave; Abandon; Drop


Casualty

( Noun )

Antonyms:
Design; Purpose; Intent; Meaning; Adventure


Catching

( Adjective )

The eye-catching color of the dress he wore got the attention of all the people present in the function.
Antonyms:
Unpleasant; Ugly; Unattractive; Revolting; Loathsome; Repellant; Odious


Cause

( Verb )

This has caused us much anxiety.
Antonyms:
Destroy; Demolish; Kill; Devastate; Ruin; Desolate


Cease

( Verb )

The Old German empire ceased to exist in 1918.
Antonyms:
Start; Continue; Begin; Carry on; Pursue


Celebrated

( Adjective )

He is a celebrated painter.
Antonyms:
Unnoticed; Undistinguished; Unknown; Unnoted; Nameless


Celibacy

( Noun )

He maintains his state of celibacy in order to become a Priest.
Antonyms:
Engagement; Wedlock; Married state; Matrimony; Union; Nuptial tie


Censorship

( Noun )

All the feature films in India should undergo censorship before their release.
Antonyms:
Approval; Commendation; Appreciation; Approbation


Central

( Adjective )

The central theme of this book is that democracy is not good for all countries.
Antonyms:
Exterior; Outer; Outermost; Minor; Secondary; Subordinate; Remote


Certain

( Adjective )

Antonyms:
Doubtful; Indefinite; Disputable; Uncertain; Ambiguous; Equivocal; Contestable


Change

( Verb )

I must change these trousers. They have got oil on them.
Antonyms:
Hold fast; Stand; Clinch; Fix; Maintain; Sustain; Stabilize; Give way


Chaos

( Adjective )

Antonyms:
Organization; Government; Orderliness


Charity

( Noun )

Charity begins at home.
Antonyms:
Meanness; Liberality; Greediness; Selfishness


Chase

( Verb )

Antonyms:
Forgo; Renounce; Withdraw; Leave; Abandon; Forsake


Cheap

( Adjective )

We had to travel by the cheap route to reach our home town.
Antonyms:
Worthy; Superior; Noble; Lofty; Honorable; Eminent; Expensive; Dear; Costly


Cheat

( Verb )
You can not cheat money out of him.
Antonyms:
Fair; True; Above-board; Just


Check

( Verb )

We had checked the enemy’s advance.
Antonyms:
Speed; Hurry; Expedite; Accelerate; Quicken; Hasten; Precipitate


Cheer

( Verb )

Your visit have cheered up the sick man.
Antonyms:
Deject; Depress; Dishearten; Sadden; Discourage; Damp; Decry; Deprecate; Disparage; Vilify; Condemn; Condole


Cheerful

( Adjective )

His cheerful conversation with his friends gave him more energy and confidence to face the challenges.
Antonyms:
Sullen; Gloomy; Downcast; Miserable; Sad; Woebegone


Chief

( Adjective )

The chief composition of this album is all about love and friendship
Antonyms:
Petty; Lesser; Minor; Inconsiderable; Inferior; Subordinate; Junior; Subsidiary


Chief

( Noun )

The Chief Minister of this state is very young man.
Antonyms:
Follower; Servant; Dependent; Parasite; Minion


Chill

( Adjective )

There is a quite chill in the air in the morning. 
Antonyms:
Warmth; Fire; Gleam; Glow; Bonfire; Fervor 


Choice

( Noun )

Be careful in your choice of your spouse.
Antonyms:
Refusal; Denial; Rejection; Cancellation


Choke

( Verb )

Her voice was choked with sobs.
Antonyms:
Oxygenate; Freshen; Ventilate; Air


Choose

( Verb )

The greedy boy had to choose the largest apple in the dish.
Antonyms:
Reject; Discard; Renounce; Spurn; Disapprove


Circulate

( Verb )

Blood circulates through our body.
Antonyms:
Quieten; Silence; Hush; Repress

Claim

( Verb )

Every citizen in the democratic country may claim the protection of law.
Antonyms:
Waive; Drop; Forgo; Yield; Renounce


Class

( Verb )

Is it advisable to class the people according to their financial background?
Antonyms:
Disarrange; Display; Upset; Disorder; Confuse; Derange


Clean

( Verb )

Antonyms:
Corrupt; Infect; Defile; Soil; Pollute; Taint


Clear

( Adjective )

The clear water of the mountain lake is the major attraction for the tourists to visit the mountains in the summer.
Antonyms:
Blurred; Confused; Doubtful; Foggy; Vague


Clever

( Adjective )

He is cleaver at arithmetic.
Antonyms:
Foolish; Dull; Doltish; Incapable; Stupid


Cling

( Verb )

Antonyms:
Surrender; Give up; Forgo; Relinquish; Resign; Cede


Cloudy

( Adjective )

The cloudy sky is the indicator of rainy season.
Antonyms:
Sunny; Undimmed; Unclouded; Clear; Bright


Clutch

( Verb )

A drowning man will clutch at a straw.
Antonyms:
Release; Liberate; Emancipate


Coarse

( Adjective )

A dress made of coarse is the fashion-dress today.
Antonyms:
Polished; Polite; Elegant; Refined; Civilized; Genteel


Cold

( Adjective )

This is a hotel with hot and cold water in every room.
Antonyms:
Hot; Passionate; Warm; Balmy


Combat

( Noun )

combat with the wind and waves is inevitable for a sailor. 
Antonyms:
Harmony; Peace; Concord; Amity; Agreement; Quite 


Comfort

( Noun )

Become fond of comfort as we grow old. 
Antonyms:
Unrest; Discomfort; Restlessness; Agitation; Nervousness 


Comfortable

( Adjective )

Please, make your self comfortable
Antonyms:
Irritating; Disagreeable; Displeasing; Aggravating; Distressed; Disturbed 


Command

( Noun )

Antonyms:
Comply; Submit; Obey; Beg; Beseech; Plead 


Commemorate

( Verb )

Christmas commemorates the birth of Christ. 
Antonyms:
Disregard; Forget; Ignore; Omit; Overlook; Pass over; Take no notice of 


Common

( Adjective )

They have English as a common language. 
Antonyms:
Unusual; Frequent; Extraordinary; Exceptional; Unfamiliar; Choice; Refined; Cultured; Polished; Gentle 


Compact

( Adjective )

Compact Disc is the mostly used to transmit data in Computers. 
Antonyms:
Dispersed; Large; Loose; Roomy; Scattered; Spacious; Sprawling; Garrulous; Lengthy; Prolix; Rambling; Verbose; Wordy 


Companion

( Noun )

He is an excellent companion
Antonyms:
Enemy; Rival; Partism; Unsportsmanlike


Company

( Noun )

He stayed at home to keep his wife company
Antonyms:
Individual; Isolated; Alone; Single 


Comparison

( Noun )

The tallest buildings in London is small in comparison with those in New York. 
Antonyms:
Difference; Contrariety; Contrast; Contrary 


Compassion

( Noun )

He was filled with compassion for the refugees. 
Antonyms:
Cruelty; Malignity; Barbarity; Savagery 


Compel

( Verb )

His conscience compelled him to confess. 
Antonyms: 
Acquit; Induce; Allure 


Competent

( Adjective )

Is Miss Matura competent in her work as a teacher? 
Antonyms: 
Inadequate; Incapable; Incompetent; Inexperienced; Inexpert; Unqualified; Unskilled


Complacent

( Adjective )

With a complacent smile, he sent us off to our native place. 
Antonyms: 
Discontent; Dissatisfied; Insecure; Troubled; Uneasy; Unsatisfied 


Compose

( Verb )

She composed herself to answer the letter form her father. 
Antonyms: 
Excite; Irritate; Criticize; Dissect 


Compress

( Verb )

Antonyms: 
Diffuse; Dilate; Expand; Extend


Compromise

( Noun )

The strike was not ended until they resorted to compromise
Antonyms: 
Contention; Controversy; Difference; Disagreement; Dispute; Quarrel 


Compulsory

( Adjective )

Is military service compulsory in your country? 
Antonyms: 
Discretionary; Elective; Optional; Unimperative; Unnecessary; Voluntary; Non-requisite 


Conceal

( Verb )

He tried to conceal the fact that his son scored very low marks in the public exam. 
Antonyms: 
Expose; Confess; Avow; Manifest; Disclose; Divulge; Expose; Reveal 


Concede

( Verb )

He concededten points to his opponents. 
Antonyms: 
Contest; Deny; Disclaim; Dispute; Protest; Refute; Reject; Boat; Conquer; Defeat 


Conceited

( Adjective )

His self-conceited tendency cost him success in the recently concluded election. 
Antonyms: 
Humble; Modest; Self effecting; Unassuming 


Concentration

( Noun )

This book requires a high power of concentration to complete. 
Antonyms: 
Absent-mindedness; Disregard; Distraction; Inattention; Diffusion; Disperse; Scattering; Spreading–out 


Concerted

( Adjective )

The concerted action taken by them produced the wanted results. 
Antonyms: 
Disunited; Separate; Uncontrived; Uncooperative; Unplanned; Divided 


Concord

( Noun )

Live in concordwith nature. 
Antonyms: 
Animosity; Variance; Discord; Disagreement 


Concrete

( Adjective )

A lamp is concrete but its brightness is abstract. 
Antonyms: 
Loose; Shifting; Bogy; Sloppy 


Confess

( Verb )

He confessed that he had stolen the money. 
Antonyms: 
Deny; Suppress; Disavow; Cover; Hide


Confine

( Verb )

Please, confine your remarks to the subject we are discussing. 
Antonyms: 
Extend; Expand; Loosen; Widen; Dilate 


Confirm

( Verb )

Please, confirm your telephone message by a letter. 
Antonyms: 
Cancel; Upset; Refute; Repeal; Shake 


Conquest

( Noun )

The Roman conquests in Africa are now part of history. 
Antonyms: 
Forfeiture; Surrender; Retreat; Defeat


Conscientious

( Adjective )

What we lack now a days is conscientiousworker. 
Antonyms: 
Careless; Corrupt; Negligent; Slack; Profligate; Wicked; Vile


Considerable

( Adjective )

He gets considerable income from his website. That is not adequate to meet all his expenses. 
Antonyms: 
Thoughtless; Inattentive; Heedless; Negligent; Unconcerned


 Considerate

( Adjective )

It was considerate of you not to play the piano while I was having a sleep. 
Antonyms: 
Rude; Heedless; Negligent


Constant

( Adjective )

He has been constant in his devotion to his scientific studies. 
Antonyms: 
Unsteady; Flexible; Variable; Inconsonant; Unreliable; Unstable; Fickle 


Consumption

( Noun )

The consumption of beer did not go down when the price was raised. 
Antonyms: 
Preservation; Increase; Gain; Income; Accumulation; Addition


Contented

( Adjective )

With a contented smile, he sent us off to our native place. 
Antonyms: 
Discontent; Frustrated; Malcontent; Miserable 


Contract

( Noun )

There are so many works to be done as per the contract
Antonyms: 
Decline; Disagree; Refuse; Enlarge; Expend; Grow; Increase; Multiply; Spread; Stretch; Swell 


Controversy

( Noun )

That is the question that has given rise to much controversy
Antonyms: 
Agreement; Compromise; Accord; Unanimity 


Convenient

( Adjective )

Will it be convenient for you to start work tomorrow? 
Antonyms: 
Untoward; Inconvenient; Cumbersome; Heavy


Conventional

( Adjective )

This is a conventional design for a carpet. 
Antonyms: 
Uncommon; Off-the-wall; Left–field; Unconventional; Unorthodox; Unusual 


Convict

( Verb )

To convict him of his errors is what we have to do at once. 
Antonyms: 
Discharge; Acquit; Innocent 

Cooperate

( Verb )

Please, cooperate with your friends in starting a social club. 
Antonyms: 
Conflict; Opposed; Rival; Thwarting; Fight; Hamper; Hinder; Obstruct; Prevent 


Cordial

( Adjective )

Your cordial smile put us at ease. 
Antonyms: 
Formal; Distant; Ceremonious; Cold 


Correspond

( Verb )

This house exactly corresponds with my needs. 
Antonyms: 
Be at variance; Be dissimilar; Be inconsistent; Belie; Unlike; Differ; Disagree; Diverge 


Corrupt

( Verb )

In this town, there are many young people whose morals have been corrupted
Antonyms: 
Cleanse; Purify; Repair; Mend; Pure; Undefiled; Uncorrupt; Uninfected 


Cover

( Verb )

Put your skirt down and cover your knees. 
Antonyms: 
Expose; Unveil; Uncover; Exhibit 


Contemptible

(Adjective )
The manner in which he treated all of us was highly contemptible
Antonyms: 
Respectable; Admirable; Excellent; Weighty; Grave; Important


Courage

( Noun )

Courage and wisdom are two important traits that we should have to succeed. 
Antonyms: 
Cowardice; Timidity; Diffidence; Pusillanimity 


Creed

( Noun )

With more creeds, Hinduism is a network of more castes. 
Antonyms: 
Disbelief; Recantation; Protest; Abjuration 


Crime

( Noun )

It is the business of the Police to prevent and detect crime
Antonyms: 
Modesty; Incorruption; Guiltlessness; Blamelessness; Artlessness 


Cripple

( Verb )

That is the ship that was crippled in a storm in 1987.  
Antonyms: 
Free; Ease; Renovate; Augment 


Cruel

( Adjective )

It was a cruel of him to make the donkey carry such a heavy load. 
Antonyms: 
Human; Merciful; Sympathetic; Tender; Kind; Compassionate


Cunning

( Adjective )

His cunning smile revealed his malicious intention. 
Antonyms: 
Artless; Dull; Ethical; Frank; Honest; Ingenious; Maladroit 


Curious

( Adjective )

I am curious to know what he said about me. 
Antonyms: 
Incurious; Indifferent; Uninterested; Common; Everyday; Familiar; Ordinary 


Customary

( Adjective )

There is a customary vote of thanks to the Chairman. 
Antonyms: 
Exceptional; Infrequent; Irregular; Occasional; Rare; Uncommon; Unusual 


Cynical

( Adjective )

His cynical smile revealed his malicious intention. 
Antonyms: 
Credulous; Green; Gullible; Hopeful; Optimistic; Trustful; Trusting; Unskeptical; Unsuspecting 


Current

( Adjective )

The current issue of the magazine carries an article on the controversial subject. 
Antonyms: 
Rejected; Private; Confined; Secret 


 

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