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Penury
Definition: extreme poverty
Antonyms: affluence, wealth
Void
Definition: empty
Antonyms: filled, full
Definition: emptiness, want
Antonyms: fullness
Definition: get rid of; empty
Antonyms: keep
Definition: nullify, cancel
Antonyms: allow, permit
Vindication
1:the act of vindicating or defending against criticism or censure etc.
Synonym: exoneration
2:the justification for some act or belief
Synonyms: defense
impervious
Incapable of being penetrated: a material impervious to water.
Incapable of being affected: impervious to fear.
surreptitious
Definition: sneaky, secret
Antonyms: aboveboard, authorized, honest, open
inured
cause to accept or become hardened to; habituate
abrogate
Abolish, withdraw, cancel, retract, revoke, or repeal.
Example: An existing zoning requirement was abrogated by new legislation that altered the existing zoning provisions.
alacrity
Definition: liveliness; promptness
Antonyms: apathy, aversion, disinclination, dullness, indifference, reluctance, slowness, unwillingness
skulldruggery
verbal misrepresentation intended to take advantage of you in some way
Synonyms: trickery,
reluctance
Definition: unwillingness
Antonyms: eagerness, willingness
interment
The act or ceremony of burying a dead person.
The family gathered at the cemetery for their uncle's interment
bawdy
Definition: vulgar, dirty
Antonyms: chaste, clean, decent, proper, virginal
squalor
suciedad, mugre, miseria
Definition: dirt
Antonyms: cleanliness, purity
vitriolic
Definition: acrimonious
Antonyms: kind, pleasant
sophomoric
Of or characteristic of a sophomore.
Exhibiting great immaturity and lack of judgment: sophomoric behavior.