Antonyms ( E )

Eager

( Adjective )

His eager for success is the source of motivation for him to score more marks in this exam. 
Antonyms: 
Cool; Unconcerned; Indifferently; Apathetic; Loath; Disinterested 


Earn

( Verb )

His achievements earned him respect and admiration. 
Antonyms: 
Lose; Waste; Spend; Forgo; Forfeit 


Easy
( Adjective )

To lead an easy life in your last days, you should work hard in your prime period. 
Antonyms: 
Arduous; Complex; Difficult; Formidable; Onerous; Stressful; Hard; Harsh; Rigid; Stern; Anxious; Formal; Unnatural; Impossible 


Ebb

( Verb )

After the accident in which he lost his left-arm, his fortunes began to ebb
Antonyms: 
Flow; Increase; Abound; Swell


Elegant

( Adjective )

When he was in his college, he was an elegant young man. 
Antonyms: 
Inexpensive; Plain; Mediocre; Unadorned; Simple and vulgar 


Emit

( Verb )

A volcano emits smoke and ashes. 
Antonyms: 
Absorb; Assimilate; Consume; Devour; Digest; Drink in; Incorporate; Ingest; Receive; Soak up; Such up; Take in 


Emotion

( Noun )

He thought of his dead child with deep emotions
Antonyms: 
Stoicism; Insensibility; Rationality; Reason; Indifferences 


Enchanted

( Adjective )

She was enchanted with the flowers you sent her. 
Antonyms: 
Disgusted; Repulsed; Replied; Nauseated 


Encourage

( Verb )

I feel encouraged by the progress that I have made in my works.  
Antonyms: 
Dissuade; Discourage; Abash; Dishearten; Thwart; Hinder 


Encroach

( Verb )

The sea is encroaching upon the land. 
Antonyms: 
Desist; Observe; Respect; Withdraw 


Endanger

( Verb )

Brushing the wrong side of one’s boss will endanger one’s success. 
Antonyms: 
Protect; Safeguard; Shield; Defend; Screen 


Endless

( Adjective )

A mother should be a woman of endless patience. 
Antonyms: 
Temporary; Brief; Fugitive; Limited 


Enduring

( Adjective )

She can’t endure to see animals cruelly treated. 
Antonyms: 
Brief; Ephemeral; Fleeting; Momentary; Passing; Short; Short-lived; Temporary; Transient; Transitory 


Enlarge

( Verb )

I need not enlarge upon this matters. You know all this very well. 
Antonyms: 
Contract; Condense; Narrow; Shorten; Reduce; Decrease 


Endorse

( Verb )

His driving license has been endorsed by the authorities. 
Antonyms: 
Discredit; Condemn; Censure; Disapprove; Reject; Reprehend 


Enmity

( Noun )

Don’t be at enmity with your neighbors.  
Antonyms: 
Amity; Love; Harmony; Fellowship; Sympathy 


Enormous

( Adjective )

I notice enormous changes in this town since my last visit two years back. 
Antonyms: 
Diminutive; Dwarf; Infinitesimal; Insignificant; Lilliputian; Little; Meager; Microscopic; Meager; Minute; Petite; Small; Tiny; Trivial; Wee


Enough

( Adjective )

There is enough food for everybody. 
Antonyms: 
Insufficient; Inadequate; Scarcity; Deficient 


Enrage

( Verb )

He was enraged by Raja’s stupidity. 
Antonyms: 
Pacify; Mollify; Soothe; Tranquilize; Placate 


Entire

( Adjective )

The entire village is destroyed by the storm. 
Antonyms: 
Broken; Partial; Divided; Damaged; Destroyed; Empty; Imperfect; Incomplete; Limited 


Erase

( Verb )

Please erase all these pencil marks in these documents before you submit them to the College. 
Antonyms: 
Impress; Imprint; Insert; Confirm; Establish; Reinstate


Eternal

( Adjective )

Does the Christian religion promise eternal life? 
Antonyms: 
Temporal; Fleeting; Swift; Passing 


Evasion

( Noun )

His answers to my questions were all evasion
Antonyms: 
Refutation; Reply; Rejoinder; Response; Defence; Answer 


Evident

( Adjective )

He looked at his children with evident pride. 
Antonyms: 
Hidden; Obscure; Secret; Covert; Latent; Masked 


Exact

( Adjective )

What is the exact size of this room? 
Antonyms: 
Inexact; Erring; Incorrect; Careless; Negligent; Untruthful 


Excellent

( Adjective )

His excellent performance in the show got him more accolades. 
Antonyms: 
Mediocre; Faulty; Imperfect; Poor; Second–class 


Excite

( Verb )

Everybody was excited by the news of the victory of our team. 
Antonyms: 
Compose; Soothe; Allay; Hush; Mollify; Quell; Appease; Quieten; Pacify; Lull 


Exertion

( Noun )

Exertion of authority is not always wise. Persuasion is better. 
Antonyms:
Rest; Repose; Peace; Tranquility; Idleness; Laziness; Lethargy 


Extravagant

( Adjective )

His extravagant tastes and habits explain why he is always in debt. 
Antonyms: 
Reasonable; Judicious; Moderate; Temperate; Economical; Provident; Thrifty; Sparing 


Extend

( Verb )

Can you extend your visit for a few more days? 
Antonyms: 
Contract; Shorten; Narrow; Shrink; Terminate; Truncate 


 

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