Meaning:To forgive; to free from guilt
Antonym :charge, impeach, indict; convict
Sentence:Marta felt greatly relieved after her mother absolved her for breaking the vase.
Meaning:Brief statement honoring a dead person
Sentence:"Beloved by all," was the epitaph Edgar chose for his wife's tombstone.
Meaning:a person who does not like other people
Synonym:cynic, naysayer, pessimist
Antonym : idealist, sentimentalist, optimist,
Sentence:a former misanthrope who now professes a newly discovered love of mankind
Meaning:to make (something) no longer necessary : to prevent or avoid (something)
Synonym: avert, forestall,prevent, preclude,
Antonym :cultivate, encourage, forward, foster, further, nurture, promote
Sentence:The new medical treatment obviates the need for surgery.
Meaning: very strong, clear, and effective
Synonyms: edgy, stropped
Sentence: a writer with a trenchant wit
Meaning: marked by wet and windy conditions
Synonyms: bleak, dirty
Sentence: be careful driving in this squally weather
Meaning: hostility and ill-treatment, especially because of race or political or religious beliefs
Synonyms: oppression, maltreatment
Sentence: "her family fled religious persecution"
Meaning: make (someone) less angry or hostile.
Synonyms: pacify , mollify
Sentence: “The angry customer was not placated by the clerk's apology.”
Meaning: a very large number of things
Synonyms: plenty, enormous
Sentence: There are a myriad of possibilities.
Meaning: to criticize (someone) harshly for doing something wrong
Synonyms: punish, correct
Sentence: Ram chastised his son for neglecting his studies