His cheerful conversation with his friends gave him more energy and confidence to face the challenges.
Vicky felt joyous on his success in the examination.
The blithe colors of the painting made the viewers so happy.
It is always advisable to look at the sunny side of life in this era of clouded intentions of jealous nations.
I won’t be happy until I know she’s safe.
I am not very bright early in the morning.
I am afraid I don’t feel very lively today.
The father became sullen on going through the shaded progress report of his only son.
He said to his son: “In stead of looking gloomy, get ready to work harder next year".
The mother felt miserable on her child’s indifferent attitude to studies.
The Synonyms and Antonyms form an integral part of the English Language. Acquaintance with the vocabulary of the English language is a necessity for effective expression either in written or in an oral from. Synonyms are nothing but the similar meanings of a particular word or its semantic relation. A Synonym is a word or a phrase that means the same as another word or a phrase in the same language. Antonyms are the negative connotation of a particular word. An Antonym is a word or phrase that is opposite in meaning to a particular word or a phrase in the same language.