Antonyms ( O )

Oblivious

( Adjective )

The students were oblivious of what were taking place around them
Antonyms: 
Attentive; Aware; Observant


Obdurate

( Adjective )

His obdurate nature resulted in loss of his job.
Antonyms: 
Amenable; Biddable; Complaint; Flexible; Malleable; Plaint; Soft-hearted; Submissive; Tender; Tractable; Yielding; Placid


Obedient

( Adjective )

Obediend children seldom score low marks in their exams.
Antonyms: 
Mutinous; Stubborn; Intractable; Disobedient; Refractor


Obligatory

( Adjective )

Is attendance at school obligatory or optional in that country?
Antonyms: 
Desired; Willing; Voluntary; Self; Chosen


Obliterate

( Verb )

The criminals obliterated all signs of crime before they left the scene.
Antonyms: 
Build; Construct; Create; Establish; Form; Formulate; Generate; Make


Obvious

( Adjective )

What the politican would do after the News Paper published the crime report wasobvious to us.
Antonyms: 
Hidden; Masked; Veiled; Covered; Secret; Obscure; Concealed; Latent


Obscure

( Adjective )

Is the meaning still obscure to you?
Antonyms: 
Apparent; Intelligible; Lucid; Plain; Straightforward; Transparent; Unadorned; Obvious; Evident; Distinct


Odd

( Adjective )

1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 are odd numbers.
Antonyms: 
Usual; Match; Matching; Even; Parallel


Odious

( Adjective )

The atmosphere in that college is odious to stay there even for a few days.
Antonyms: 
Agreeable; Charming; Congenial; Delightful; Enchanting; Enjoyable; Pleasant; Pleasing; Winsome


Onerous

( Adjective )

He resigned his job because that is full of onerous duties.
Antonyms: 
Easy; Fluent; Harmless; Comfortable


Ooze

( Verb )

Blood still oozes from the wounds.
Antonyms:
Rush; Pour; Gush; Flow; Rain


Opinion

( Noun )

What is your opinion of our new President?
Antonyms: 
Silence; Dictation; Non-committal; Execution; Order


Opportunity

( Noun )

I had no opportunity to discuss the matter with her.
Antonyms: 
Omission; Lapse; Neglect; Leave undone


Optimistic

( Adjective )

This Journal takes an optimistic view of events.
Antonyms: 
Pessimist; Dejected; Drooping; Disappointment; Cheerless; Hopeless


Opulent

( Adjective )

Action should be taken to remove the opulent vegetation in this area.
Antonyms: 
Destitute; Down and out; Broke; Moneyless; Needy; Penurious; Poor; Poverty – stricken


Orderly

( Adjective )

Keats is a man with an orderly mind.
Antonyms: 
Chaotic; Disorderly; Untidy; Messy


Ordinary

( Adjective )

You can attend the function in an ordinary dress.
Antonyms: 
Extraordinary; One-in-a-million; Uncommon; Above the average; Abnormally high; First rate; Superior; Distinguished


Organize

( Verb )

He is the responsible man to organize the expedition to the South Pole.
Antonyms: 
Disorganize; Muddle; Bungle; Dishevel


Original

( Adjective )

The original plan was better than the plan we followed.
Antonyms: 
Final; Last; Antiquated; Conventional; Familiar; Normal; Old; Ordinary; Spoiled; Standard; Traditional; Typical; Usual; Secondary


Outbreak

( Noun )

The enemity between the two communities resulted in an outbreak of clashes.
Antonyms: 
Order; Quiet; Subsidence; Peace


Outstanding

( Adjective )

We have pictured the outstanding features of this landscape.
Antonyms: 
Dull; Inferior; Insignificant; Mediocre; Ordinary; Pedestrian; Run of the mill; Unexceptional; Unimpressive


 

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