Synonyms and Antonyms : Cause-Verb



Cause-Verb



( Verb )


This has
caused us much anxiety.

Synonyms:

Produce

Bring about

Originate

Evoke

Create

Effect

Contextual Examples:



The region has
produced over half the country’s wheat crop.

In spite of his best efforts he could not
bring about any tangible change in her attitude.

The new syllabus will
evoke a radical change in the standard of teaching.

The style of architecture
originated with the ancient Greeks.

The pilot
effected a take-off despite the bomb packed runway.

Praveen is a great novelist. He can
create a unique view of life by using latter aspects which showed little attractiveness.



Antonyms:

Destroy

Demolish

Kill

Devastate

Ruin

Desolate

Contextual Examples:



An atomic bomb can
destroy the whole universe in no time.

This building is now too old. It should be
demolished and built a new.

This insecticide is enough to
kill all the little germs in the house.

His new thinking has
devasted the logic of all old theories of management.

Let’s not
ruin the present happy atmosphere by talking of unpleasant history.

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