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Example Question #1 : Antonyms: Adjectives Describing Quantity, Variety, Regularity, And Size
An antonym of "scant" is __________.
The adjective "scant" means of little amount to the point of being insufficient. To give "scant attention" to something is to pay very little attention to it, and to say something is "a scant three gallons" means that it is barely three gallons. In contrast to being barely enough, an excellent antonym is "abundant", meaning plentiful.
Example Question #2 : Antonyms: Adjectives Describing Quantity, Variety, Regularity, And Size
An antonym of "negligible" is __________.
The word "negligible" is related to the word "neglect." We tend to neglect something that is not very important to us. Something "negligible" is very small and insignificant. In contrast to this, something "significant" is important. A "significant amount of time" is a good deal of time, and a "significant event" is one that is important.