1. Antipathy(N): strong or deep-rooted dislike, aversion
Use-His professional judgment was colored by his personal antipathies.
2. Appalling(Adj): shockingly bad
Use-We were appalled by the jury’s verdict in favour of the accused.
3. Baleful(Adj): threatening evil, harmful
Use-He disappeared into the night with a red nose and a baleful look.
4. Belittle(V): to speak of in a depreciatory or contemptuous way
Use-She left her husband constantly belittled her achievements.
5. Bigotry(N): intolerance, prejudice
Use-He deplored religious bigotry.
6. Camaraderie(N): friendship and trust among people
Use-He missed the old camaraderie of life in the army.
7. Capitulate(V): to submit, yield
Use-The club eventually capitulated and now grants equal rights to women.
8. Delinquent(Adj): showing a tendency to commit crimes especially by young people
Use-He was known to be a delinquent young man.
9. Demur(V): to object to something
Use-At first she demurred but finally agreed to come with us.
10. Dilatory(Adj): intending to delay
Use-The government has been dilatory in dealing with the problem of unemployment.