Antonyms ( R )

Race

( Noun )

The future world will be full of only fixed races
Antonyms: 
Unit; Individual; Humanity; Mankind; Generation; Global; Brotherhood


Racy

( Adjective )

No one likes his racy style of speaking.
Antonyms: 
Cold; Vapid; Dull; Flat; State; Prosy; Insipid; Tasteless; Stupid


Radical

( Adjective )

What we need is a radical change in this scheme.
Antonyms: 
Trial; Tentative; Inadequate; Conservative; Partial; Slight; Superficial


Raise

( Verb )

We did our best to raise the sunken ship to the surface, but in vain.
Antonyms: 
Depress; Lower; Decrease; Diminish; Lessen; Reduce; Descend


Rare

( Adjective )

It is very rare for her to arrive late to school.
Antonyms: 
Common; Usual; Frequent; Familiar; Hackneyed; Customary; Trite


Rash

( Adjective )

We do not need a rash young man.
Antonyms: 
Careful; Wary; Discreet; Canny; Prudent; Considered; Cautions


Rate

( Verb )

Do you rate Mr. Raja among your friends?
Antonyms: 
Miscalculate; Underrate; Undervalue


Ration

( Noun )

Go and draw ration.
Antonyms: 
Totality; Aggregate; Entirety; Whole; Sum total


Ready

( Adjective )

Are you ready to come with us to cinema?
Antonyms:
Unwilling; Slow; Clumsy; Unprepared; Inexperienced


Readiness

( Noun )

Have everything in readiness to have an early start.
Antonyms:
Unwillingness; Reluctance; Disinclination; Aversion; Tardiness


Real

( Adjective )

Things that happen in real life are stranger than the things happen in fiction.
Antonyms: 
Conceived; Reported; Visionary; Untrue; Unreal; Imaginary; Fiction; Fanciful; Illusory


Reasoning

( Adjective )

He surpasses most of us in power of reasoning.

Antonyms: 
Illogicality; Stupidity; Nonsensical; Senselessness; Foolish


Rebellion

( Noun )

The first rebellion against the dictator moved all of us.
Antonyms: 
Loyalty; Patriotism; Devotion; Faithfulness; Nationalism; Toadyism


Recalcitrant

( Adjective )

The recalcitrant tendency of the workers resulted in loss of job for many workers.
Antonyms: 
Amenable; Complaint; Docile; Obedient; Submissive


Recover

( Verb )

I doubt whether he will recover.
Antonyms: 
Die; Sink; Worsen; Grow; Fail; Deteriorate; Abandon; Forfeit; Lose; Replace


Refuse

( Verb )

They refused me permission to enter the music festival.
Antonyms: 
Acquiesce; Agree; Grant; Cede; Admit; Accede; Assent; Allow


Release

( Verb )

This medicine will release your father from his sufferings.
Antonyms: 
Bind; Confine; Enthrall; Restrain


Remarkable

( Adjective )

He is a boy who is remarkable for his stupidity.
Antonyms:
Ordinary; Commonplace; Customary; Normal; Average; Habitual; Medium


Reluctant

( Adjective )

He seemed reluctant to help us now.
Antonyms:
Desirous; Inclined; Willing; Eager; Disposed; Favorable


Repeal

( Verb )

The Commission repealed the rule which was brought into force by the Divisional Manager.
Antonyms: 
Substantiate; Ratify; Endorse; Confirm; Assent


Repentance

( Noun )

It is a crime to show rependance to him for his involvement in this looting.
Antonyms: 
Satisfaction; Complacence; Pleasure; Gratification


Resign

( Verb )

He resigned his post from the Cabinet.
Antonyms:
Hold; Stay; Continue; Remain; Maintain; Retain; Keep


Respect

( Noun )

The Prime Minister is held in the highest respect.
Antonyms: 
Contempt; Disregard; Disown; Ignore


Retain

( Verb )

This dyke was duilt to retain the flood water.
Antonyms: 
Give up; Cede; Surrender; Relinquish; Renounce; Forsake; Abandon


Riddle

( Noun )

I do not know the answer to this riddle.
Antonyms: 
Answer; Explanation; Solution; Proposition; Axiom


Risk

( Noun )

To succeed in business, one must be prepared to run risks.
Antonyms: 
Security; Secure; Save; Harbor; Safety; Defend; Shelter; Shield


Rot

( Verb )

One of the pieces had rotted off.
Antonyms:
Flourish; Bloom; Expend; Flower; Increase; Grow


Rough

( Adjective )

Keep away from the rough quarter of the town to have a peaceful life.
Antonyms: 
Calm; Regular; Delicate; Elegant; Graceful; Pleasant; Glossy; Smooth; Even; Fine; Straight


Rude

( Adjective )

It is rude to interrupt at people.
Antonyms: 
Civil; Cultivated; Polished; Courteous; Elegant; Genteel; Refined; Sophisticated


 

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