Obvious (Adj): - easy to see or notice, easy for the mind to understand or recognize
Synonyms: apparent, evident, manifest, patent, plain, unmistakable (clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment)
Antonyms: unobvious, imperceptible, inconspicuous, obscure
Her doctor immediately noticed the obvious signs of the disease.
She saw only the most obvious differences.
It was obvious that things weren't working out.
Her reasons for leaving were obvious. = It's obvious why she left.
The answer seems obvious enough to me.
Extolment (Noun): expression of approval and commendation.
Synonyms: congratulations, kudos, praise
Antonyms: Condemn, criticize, lambaste
Usage: After scintillating performance spectators and legend cricketers showered extolment over Virat Kohli.
Vindicate (Verb): To justify, prove, or reinforce an idea — or to absolve from guilt, show to be right by providing justification or proof, clear of accusation, blame, suspicion, or doubt with supporting proof.
Synonyms: Justify, Absolve, Acquit
Antonyms: Blame, incriminate, charge
Usage: After Gujrat riot many accusations were leveled against Modi but after trial and proofs vindicated that Modi did not commit any crime and he walked free.
Trick: Vidicate, split it like vin(WIN) + di(the) + cate(case) so when you win a case IN a COURT, it means you are freed from accusation and charges. You are freed from blame.
Evanescent (Adj): Something which lasts for very few time, tending to vanish like vapor.
Synonyms: impermanent, temporary, momentary, short lived, ephermal, transient, mean lasting or staying only a short time.
Antonyms: Permanent, Long lasting.
Usage: Now I know for sure that the soul is an evanescent thing and the body is its temporary container, because I saw it.
Trick: Split the word “Evanescent” into two words: when Ivan (Evan) used local Scent (escent) it lasts for very few time.
Exculpate (Verb): Pronounce not guilty of criminal charges.
Synonyms: acquit, assoil, clear, discharge, exonerate
Usage: The last trial was, in many ways, the most astonishing, because it came four years after new DNA evidence had exculpated The (Bad Blue) Megamind.
Trick: Exculpate comes from two Latin words: ex-, meaning “from,” and culpa, meaning “blame.” Exculpate is similar in meaning to exonerate. When you exonerate someone, you clear a person of an accusation and any suspicion that goes along with it.
Resurrect (v): - restore something/one to life - it gives him a chance to resurrect his career
Trick: Re + erect = phirse khada ho gya