Opposite of lack, Antonyms of lack, Meaning and Example Sentences
Opposite words are words with opposite meanings. Opposite words are also called antonyms in English. Opposite words or antonyms are a very important part of English vocabulary. English vocabulary consists of a lot of other useful terms, like synonyms, homonyms, similar words, and much more. The English Language consists of a lot of advanced vocabulary words and learning their synonyms, antonyms and opposites can help ESL students to add new words to their vocabulary.
Every ESL student knows that how difficult it is to learn all the opposite words and that’s why we have arranged the list of most used synonyms and antonyms in English to make it an easy practice to learn opposites and synonyms. Synonyms are the words with the same meaning and on the other hand, the antonym is the word with a different meaning.
We suggest you learn at least 1000 antonym words to strongly empower your English vocabulary. Any two words with opposite meanings are the antonyms of each other. You can also download the pdf of a to z antonym words. There are so many opposite words in English and that’s why it is not possible to count them and learn all of them. We have discussed some very common words with their antonyms and opposites words and example sentences.
The meaning of lack is the state of being without or not having enough of something.
Opposites of lack (Antonyms of lack)
Example Sentences of Lack
- They lack moral values.
- His brother failed, due to a lack of practice.
- Many of these people lack the basic necessities of life.
- He seems to be lacking in frankness.
- He was lacking in confidence.