1. Egress – an outlet or exit
Synonyms: emergence, withdrawal, emerge, departure, egression, exodus
Antonyms: entrance, immersion, acceptance, penetration, introduction.
Usage: Because of her claustrophobia she cannot be in any space where she does not have a ready egress.
2. Emacity – the compulsive love for and desire to obtain, purchase, or spend money on items
Synonyms: perseverance, doggedness, fortitude, obstinacy, firmness, resolve
Antonyms: flaw, indecision, fault, cowardice, agility, weakness
Usage: The billionaire had an emacity that made him buy boats and cars on a whim just because he could.
3. Futurity – the future
Synonyms: hereafter, forthcoming, destines, approaching, expectation, unborn
Antonyms: pastness, yesterday, earliness
Usage: Anxious thoughts of futurity caused the worrier to lose hope in the present.
4. Easement – entitled to utilize another person’s property for a specific purpose
Synonyms: relief, alleviation, assuagement, consolation, solace, abatement, softening
Antonyms: agony, burden, crisis, discomfort, bounce, awake
Usage: The only way to cross the river was by going through the owner’s land which was an easement.
5. Hardihood – bravery; confidence to take action
Synonyms: courage, resolution, temerity, pluck, brazeness, fortitude, audacity
Antonyms: cowardice, faintness, infirmity, frailness, delicacy
Usage: The hardihood of the solider helped him survive while lost in the jungle while never giving up.
6. Ineffable – incapable of being expressed in words
Synonyms: untellable, incredible, splendid, empyreal, ravishing
Antonyms: describable, utterable, hellish, profane, secular
Usage: Surprisingly, the woman was nonchalant about her husband’s death.
7. Linger – to stay in a situation or place
Synonyms: loiter, dawdle, endure, hesitate, saunter, persevere
Antonyms: advance, sprint, vagabond, outstrip, gallop, hurtle
Usage: After school some students always linger around the building to talk to their friends.
8. Manacle – an item that functions as a control or restraint
Synonyms: shackle, restraint, hobble, inhibit, impediment
Antonyms: unloose, detached, extrication, gratuitous, enlarge
Usage: Mutinous employees are protesting low wages by not showing up for work.
9. Pesky – irritating; annoying
Synonyms: vexatious, irksome, pestiferous, obnoxious, exasperating
Antonyms: admired, bearable, cheering, disarming, enthralling
Usage: Because she dislikes children, Reema wishes her pesky little neighbors would go annoy someone else.
10. Sprightly – full of vigor; active
Synonyms: animated, vivacious, playful, jaunty, perky, frisky, agile
Antonyms: sluggish, lethargic, inactive
Usage: The sprightly old woman walks two miles every day.