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List of Synonyms | Download Available From echecs16.info synonyms/. Page 1 of 5. List of Synonyms. A list of synonyms & antonyms for the. communication, study of synonyms is more beneficial. WORD. SYNONYMS. ANTONYMS. LEVEL. RESOURCE LIST SYNONYMS & ANTONYMS. Teachnology, Inc. iii. Table of Contents. Synonym Worksheets. Antonym Worksheets. Synonym and Antonym Worksheets. Answers.
Synonyms: relinquish, forgo, forsake ABASH: To lose self-confidence; to confuse, put to shame abashed before the assembled dignitaries. Synonyms: fluster, disconcert, discomfit, discompose. Antonym: adj. Synonyms: renounce, abandon, relinquish ABET: To encourage -or support - treacherously abetted the enemy. Synonyms: spur, incite. Synonyms: curtail, diminish, retrench. Synonyms: annul, nullify, rescind, void.
Antonyms: apocryphal, counterfeit, spurious, bogus.
Synonym: tyrannical. Antonym: benevolent. Synonyms: covetousness, cupidity, avidity. Antonym: magnanimity. AWRY: Unsymmetrical; not straight - the picture, hanging awry on the wall. Synonym: askew. Synonyms: commonplace, hackneyed, prosaic, trite, stereotyped, vapid. Antonyms: racy, original, vivid. Synonyms: deleterious, pernicious, virulent, noxious, toxic. Antonym: beneficent.
Synonyms: pugnacious, contentious, disputatious.
Antonyms: pacific, conciliatory. Synonyms: benign, benignant, gracious, magnanimous. Antonyms: malevolent, malignant. Synonyms: stilly, defile, smirch, bespatter. Synonyms: bigoted, arbitrary, partial, partisan. Antonyms: disinterested, equitable. Antonym: bibliophobe. Synonyms: odd, fantastic, grotesque, eccentric. Synonyms: mild, suave affable or persuasive in manner , soothing, non-irritating.
Antonyms: piquant, tart, racy, caustic, acrid, pungent. Synonyms: jocund, merry, joyous. Antonyms: dejected, forlorn, abject. BOG: A swamp - sank into the spongy bog. Synonyms: morass, fen, quagmire, mire. Synonyms: ranting, pompous, fustian. Synonyms: churlish, uncouth, uncultured, crass. Antonym: suave. Synonyms: pastoral, rustic, rural. Synonym: harlequin.
Synonym: rampart. Synonyms: aggressive, arrogant, contumelious, overbearing. CABAL: A small group of persons engaged in plotting - a cabal of prominent persons united to overthrow the government. Synonyms: junto, faction. Synonyms: dissonant, discordant, blatant, strident, raucous.
Antonyms: mellifluous, euphonious, dulcet. Synonyms: ghastly, gaunt, pallid noun: pallor , wan, ashen. Antonyms: rubicund, florid. Synonyms: insensible, obdurate. Synonyms: asperse, vilify, defame, scandalize. Synonyms: artless, ingenuous, unbiased.
Antonyms: guileful, evasive. Synonyms: petulant, peevish, contentious, pugnacious, testy, choleric, fretful. Antonyms: amiable, affable, equable. Synonyms: fickle, fitful, changeable, erratic, inconstant, crotchety, whimsical, mercurial. Antonyms: steadfast, constant, even-tempered. Synonyms: hypercritical, carping, carviling, censorious. Synonyms: reprove, upbraid, reprehend, censure, reprimand, chasten.
Antonyms: commend, eulogize, laud. Synonyms: ethereal; noun firmament. An extreme patriot-a chauvinist with most pride in his country. Synonym: jingoist. Synonyms: duplicity, craft, stratagem, wile, subterfuge. Synonyms: persistent, unremitting, inveterate, incessant, constant. Antonyms: intermittent, sporadic, infrequent. Synonyms: prudent, vigilant, discreet, wary. Antonyms: rash, indiscreet, reckless, precipitate, foothardy, temerarious, headstrong. Synonyms: thwart, balk, outwit, delude.
Synonyms: respectful, gracious. Synonyms: vociferous, obstreperous, blatant, raucous, strident. Antonyms: muted, quiet. Synonyms: furtive, covert, surreptitious. Antonyms: overt, manifest, above-board. Synonyms: compassionate, forbearing. Antonyms: relentless, ruthless. Synonyms: amalgamation, consolidation, fusion. COERCION: Compelling a person by physical force or other means to do something against his will - rendered his services without the slightest coercion. Synonyms: constraint, restraint, impelling.
Synonym: persuasive. Synonyms: collaboration, conspiracy, conniving, machination. Synonyms: spacious, capacious, ample. Synonyms: congruous, consistent. Antonyms: incongruous, discordant, incompatible. Synonyms: synopsis, digest, precis, abstract, epitome. Synonyms: stipend, remuneration, recompense, emolument. Synonym: smug. Synonyms: contrition, penitence, atonement, remorse, qualm. Synonyms: acquiesce, capitulate.
Synonyms: commiserate, show compassion, solace. Synonyms: extenuate, palliate, mitigate, gloss. Synonyms: collaborator, accomplice. Synonym: compatible. Synonyms: surmise, presume. Synonyms: hallow, sanctify. Antonym: desecrate. General agreement - The consensus of the committee was that no action should be taken.
Synonym: accord. Synonyms: dismay, bewilderment. Antonyms: botched. Synonyms: supercilious, scornful, disdainful, contumelious. Synonyms: jovial, jocund, mirthful. Antonyms: lugubrious, dolorous, mirthless. Synonyms: profuse, bountiful, abundant. Antonyms: meager, scant. Synonyms: obese, portly. Antonyms: gaunt, lank, emaciated, peaked.
Synonyms: Catholic. Antonyms: parochial, provincial. Synonym: clique. Synonym: visage. Synonym: sanction. Synonym: gross. Synonyms: pusillanimous, dastardly. Antonyms: stalwart, intrepid, valiant, stout-hearted. Synonym: conviction. Antonym: skepticism. Antonym: incredible. Synonyms: praiseworthy, meritorious, commendable. Antonyms: discreditable, infamous, opprobrious, ignominious.
Synonym: gullible. Antonyms: incredulous, skeptical. Synonyms: cower, flinch, fawn, truckle, wince. Synonyms: occult, enigmatic. Antonyms: palpable, manifest. Synonyms: censurable, reprehensible. Synonyms: cumbersome, unwieldy, bulk. CURB: To control, check, or restrain - forcibly curbed the people's protest.
Synonyms: repress, subdue. Antonyms: painstaking, meticulous. CURT: Rudely abrupt -offended by the curt response. Synonyms: blunt, brusque, bluff. Antonyms: affable, civil. Synonyms: sarcastic, surly. Antonyms: plethora, abundance. Synonyms: respect, complaisance, veneration.
Antonym recalcitrance. Synonym: divinity. Synonyms: expunge, censor, efface, eradicate. Synonym: derelict. Synonyms: deportment, mien. Synonyms: sedate, staid, decorous, prudish, coy. Antonyms: immodest, frivolous. Synonyms: stigmatize, censure, reprehend, castigate- Antonyms: laud, eulogize.
Synonyms: exhaust, drain. Antonyms: replenish; adj.
Synonyms: lament, decry, grieve. Synonyms: debased, wicked, vicious, perverted. Synonyms: remonstrate, protest, decry, expostulate.
Antonym: sanction. Synonyms: disparage, derogate adj. Antonyms: enhance, magnify, extol, laud, eulogize. Synonyms: destruction, desolation. Synonym: circuitous. Synonyms: crooked, erring. Synonym: destitute. Antonyms: abounding, prevalent. Synonyms: pious, religious. Antonym impious. Synonym: pedagogical. Synonyms: shy, timid, reserved, reticent, retiring. Antonyms: forward, aggressive. DILEMMA: A situation calling for a choice between two equally difficult alternatives; hence, a difficult or perplexing situation - faced with a dilemma defying solution.
Synonyms: predicament, quandary, plight. Synonyms: amateur, connoisseur. Synonyms: perturb, discomfit, discompose, abash, disquiet, fluster. Synonyms: inconsolable, dejected. Antonyms: blithesome, carefree. Synonyms: desultory, digressive. Synonyms: palm, impartial. Antonym partial. Synonym: expedite. Synonyms: celerity, alacrity. Synonyms: dissipate, disperse, diffuse. Synonyms: debauched, dissipated, profligate. Synonym: harassed.
Synonym: multifarious. Synonyms: disclose, impart. DOGMATIC: Positive in expressing an opinion; asserting an opinion as though it were an undisputed fact - spoken dogmatically, as if the speaker considered himself infallible. Synonyms: overbearing, opinionated, peremptory, dictatorial. Synonyms: doleful, lugubrious, grievous.
Antonyms: jocund, blithe, mirthful. Synonym: energetic. Antonyms: static, inert, dormant, torpid, sluggish, quiescent. Antonyms: secular, lay. Synonym: decree. EDIFY: To instruct or uplift, particularly in morals or religion - a story that edifies the reader, as well as entertains him. Synonyms: egocentric, vain. Antonym: altruistic. Synonyms: evoke, extract, extort. Synonym: clarify. Synonyms: solicit, supplicate, beseech, implore, importune; adj. Synonyms: fleeting, transitory, transient, evanescent.
Synonyms: maxim proverb, adage. Synonyms: serenity, composure, imperturbability, aplomb. Synonyms: stray, blunder.
Synonyms: scholarly, knowing. Synonyms: abstruse, recondite. Synonyms: questionable, reprehensible, censurable. Antonym: laudable. Synonyms: vindicate, exonerate, absolve, acquit. Antonyms: arraign, indict, inculpate. Synonyms: illustrative, typical; praiseworthy, laudable. Synonym: dilate. Synonyms: opportune, seasonable. Synonym: feat. Synonyms: purge, delete. Synonyms: impromptu, offhand.
Synonym: defunct. Antonym: extant. Synonyms: eradicate, exterminate, efface, obliterate. Not essential; foreign; irrelevant - excluded material extraneous to the subject. Synonyms: extrinsic, adventitious. Antonyms: germane, intrinsic, inherent, relevant, pertinent. Synonym: jubilation. Synonyms: jocose, droll, flippant, frivolous. Antonyms: solemn, grave, saturnine. Antonyms: infallible, unerring. Synonyms: inane, vacuous, puerile.
Antonyms: judicious, sagacious, sage. Synonyms: allegiance, constancy, fidelity. Antonyms: disloyalty, infidelity, treachery. Antonym: 15 www. Synonyms: dissemble, sham, dissimulate, affect. Synonym: bliss. Synonyms: perfervid, impassioned, zealous, fervent, vehement. Synonym: charm, talisman, amulet. Synonym: debacle. Synonym: fabricated. Synonyms: flabby, limp. Synonyms: glaring, scandalous, notorious, conspicuous, gross. Synonyms: florid, ornate, resplendent, embellished, garish, gaudy, gorgeous, rococo.
Antonym: somber. Synonyms: transitory, fugitive. Synonyms: oscillate, vacillate, undulate, sway. Synonyms: restrain, abstain. Synonyms: rhetorical, oratorical. Synonyms: casual, 16 www. Synonyms: brawl, altercation, fray, wrangle, imbroglio. Synonyms: balk, thwart, foil, baffle, obstruct, discomfit.
Antonym: abet. Synonyms: adorn, deck. Synonym: lineage. Synonym: inception. Synonyms: gruesome, grisly, pallid, macabre, grim, lurid. Synonyms: mock, sneer, jeer, scoff, flout, deride adj. GLIB: Smooth-spoken, fluent - a glib liar, distorting the truth effortlessly. Synonyms: voracious, intemperate. Synonyms: diaphanous, flimsy, gauzelike Antonyms: substantial, ponderous. Antonyms: lone, aloof. Synonyms: accost, salute. Synonyms: rant, declaim. Synonym: tirade. Synonyms: 17 www.
Synonyms: inadvertent, rash, incautious. Antonyms: prudent, circumspect, mindful, wary. Synonyms: atrocious, outrageous, monstrous, odious, nefarious, abominable.
Synonym: heterodoxy. Antonym: orthodoxy. Synonym: breach. Synonyms: dramatic, theatrical. HOAX noun : A trick or deception; a practical joke - played a hoax upon the credulous public.
Synonym: canard. Antonym: understatement. Synonym: supposition. Synonyms: eccentricity, foible, mannerism, crotchet, aberration, quirk, singularity. Synonyms: infamous, degrading, opprobrious, odious. Antonyms: illustrious, renowned, preeminent.
Synonyms: undefiled, unsullied, unblemished, untarnished. Antonyms: defiled, sullied, blemished. Synonym: impending. Synonym: unsusceptible. Synonym: arraign. Synonyms: call in question, discredit. Synonyms: consummate, irreproachable, unerring, infallible. Antonyms: culpable, fallible. Synonyms: impermeable, impenetrable. Antonyms: permeable, pervasive. Synonyms: unrelenting, inexorable, unappeasable. Antonyms: placable, forbearing. Synonyms: tacit, implied.
Antonym: explicit. Synonyms: purport, moment, consequence. Synonyms: quack, mountebank, charlatan, bogus, fraud. Synonyms: execration, malediction, anathema. Antonyms: benediction, benison. Consensus noun : A general agreement Synonym: Harmony, accord, concord, unison Antonym: Denial, refusal, dissension Sentence: There is a gradually growing consensus among the general public that the current regime has failed in delivering on its promises.
Synonym: Indictment, accusation, censure, disapproval Antonym: Appreciation, exculpation, exoneration Sentence: His family members reacted in support of denunciation of his methods of achieving success in life. Startling adjective : very surprising, astonishing or remarkable Synonym: Alarming, astonishing, shocking Antonym: Expected, certain, confirmed Sentence: The startling discovery of new evidence in the murder case investigation has thrown new surprises to the police.
Embody verb : Be an expression of or give a visible or tangible form to an idea, quality or feeling Synonyms: Represent, Epitomize Antonyms: Conceal, Exclude Example: A national team that embodies patriotic zeal and skill can win laurels both on and off the field in any sports. Synonym: Awkward, clumsy, inconvenient Sentence: His prose can be cumbersome, to say the least Foster verb : Encourage the development of something especially something desirable.
Synonym: Encourage, promote, further, stimulate. Antonym: Block, cease, discourage. Sentence: Maritza Morales has been a foster parent for over 10 years, typically to one girl at a time. Fraught Adjective : causing or affected by anxiety or stress, filled with something undesirable Synonym: charge, filled, replete Antonym: calm Sentence: For a company running into huge losses, it is fraught with danger to introduce new products in the market. Dormant adjective : Having normal physical functions suspended or slowed down for a period of time; in or as if in a deep sleep.
Synonym: Sleeping, slumbering, resting, Antonym: Active, alert, awake Sentence: Grass turning brown is actually a defence mechanism, which allows them to lie dormant until rains revive them. Dismantle verb : Take a machine or structure to pieces. Adept adjective : Very skilled or proficient at something Synonym: Capable, deft, proficient, skilled Antonym: Incapable, incompetent, ignorant Sentence: Cassel adept at learning on the fly.