Synonyms & Antonyms : Zest



Zest



( Noun )


He entered into our plan with
zest.

Synonyms:

Enjoyment

Gusto

Relish

Charm

Pungency

Taste

Delectation

Contextual Examples:

Children seem to have lost their
enjoyment in studies now a day.

His mind was filled with
delectation after receiving the news of his niece’s arrival.

Adventurous books suits my
taste.

The garden is full of
charm.

I don’t
relish the prospect of coming to office on Sundays.



Antonyms:

Abhorrence

Apathy

Indifference

Lack of enthusiasm

Weariness

Loathing

Distaste

Disinclination

Aversion

Contextual Examples:

She has strong
abhorrence for racism.

There is a lack of
enthusiasm among the players as on other days play made them lethargic.

He had an
aversion to playing hockey.

His
indifferent towards my feelings frustrated me.

I have
distaste for politics.

There was a general
disinclination to return home after the movie late at night.



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