101. dismiss / remiss
remiss: If someone is remiss, they are careless about doing things which ought to be done. (FORMAL)
102. contend / consent / constant / content / contempt
contend: If you have to contend with a problem or difficulty, you have to deal with it or overcome it.
If you contend that something is true, you state or argue that it is true.(FORMAL)
If you contend with someone for something such as power, you compete with them to try to get it.
consent: If you give your consent to something, you give someone permission to do it. (FORMAL)
contempt: If you have contempt for someone or something, you have no respect for them or think that they are unimportant.
103. hunch / bunch / crunch
hunch: If you have a hunch about something, you are sure that it is correct or true, even though you do not have any proof of it.(INFORMAL)
crunch: If something crunches or if you crunch it, it makes a breaking or crushing noise, for example when you step on it.
If you say that something will happen if or when it comes to the crunch, you mean that it will happen if or when the time comes when something has to be done.
104. gauche / gaudy
gauche: If you describe someone as gauche, you mean that they are awkward and uncomfortable in the company of other people.
gaudy: If something is gaudy, it is very brightly-colored and showy.
105. meritorious / meretricious
meritorious: If you describe something as meritorious, you approve of it for its good or worthwhile qualities. (FORMAL)(联系merit)
meretricious: If you describe something as meretricious, you disapprove of it because although it looks attractive it is actually of little value. (FORMAL)
106. blithe / lithe
blithe: You use blithe to indicate that something is done casually, without serious or careful thought.