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List of Hard Difficult English Vocabulary words with meaning, synonyms and antonyms:
- Saddle with (phrasal verb): Burden
Synonyms: Freight, Lumber, Burden, Laden, Encumber
Antonyms: Lighten, Disburden, Unload, Relieved
- Budge (verb): Make or cause to make
Synonyms: Locomote, Move, Shift, Stir
Antonyms: Stabilize, Freeze, Still, Stay
- Ramification (noun): A complex
Synonyms: Implication, Aftermath, Consequence, Repercussion, Result
Antonyms: Cause, Origin, Source
- Furtive (adjective): Done in a quiet
Synonyms: Clandestine, Surreptitious, Subterranean, Underhand, Sneaky
Antonyms: Above-Board, Forthright, Plainspoken, Undisguised
- Summon (verb): Order to be present.
Synonyms : Muster, Subpoena, Beckon, Call
Antonyms: Dismiss, Terminate, Send, Banish
- Protagonist (noun): The leading character
Synonyms: Hero, Lead, Principal, Good Guy
Antonyms: Adversary, Antagonist, Opponent, Foe
- Inquisition (noun): Long and ntensive questioning.
Synonyms: Interrogation, Questioning, Quizzing, Cross-Examination, Probing. Inquest
Antonyms: Answer, Reply, Respond, Rejoinder
- Feud (noun): Long bitter quarrel or dispute.
Synonyms: Vendetta, Bickering, Spat, Strife
Antonyms: Friendship, Comradeship, Amity, Camaraderie
- Engrave (noun): Cut or carve
Synonyms: Carve, Inscribe, Incise, Chisel, Etch, Imprint
Antonyms: Erase, Expunge, Obliterate
- Unravel (verb): To solve a crime or explain a mystery:
Synonyms: Decode, Decipher, Unriddle, Unknot
Antonyms: Puzzle, Entangle, Enmesh