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Adjourn
V. to stop preceedings temporarily; move to another place.
Synonyms: postpone, suspend, discontinue.
Antonym: open, call to order.
Alien
N. a citizen of another country; adj. foreign, strange.
Synonyms: adj. exotic, unfamiliar.
Antonym: adj. native, endemic, familiar.
Comely
Adj. having a pleasing appearance.
Synonyms: good-looking, attractive, bonny.
Antonyms: plain, homely, ugly, repulsive.
Compensate
V. to make up for; to repay for services.
Synonyms: pay back, reimburse, recompense.
Antonym: fail to reward, stiff.
Dissolute
Adj. loose in one's morals, or behavior.
Synonyms: dissipated, debauched, immoral, corrupt.
Antonyms: virtuous, chaste, moral, seemly, proper.
Erratic
Adj. not regular or consistent; different from what is ordinarilly expected; undependable.
Synonyms: irregular, inconsistent, unpredictable.
Antonyms: steady, consistent, dependable.
Expulsive
N. the process of driving or forcing out.
Synonyms: ejection, ouster, eviction.
Antonyms: admittance, admission.
Feint
N. a deliberately deceptive movement; a pretense; v. to make a deseptive movement; to make a pretense of.
Synonyms: n. trick, ruse, subterfuge, dodge, bluff.
Fodder
N. food for horses or cattle; raw material for a designated purpose.
Synonyms: feed, provender
Fortify
V. strengthen, build up.
Synonyms: reinforce, shore up.
Antonyms: weaken, undermine, sap, impair.
Illegible
Adj. difficult or impossible to read.
Synonyms: unreadable, indecipherable, scribbled.
Antonyms: readable, decipherable, distinct, clear.
Jeer
V. to make fun or rudely or unkindly; n. a rude remark of derision.
Synonyms: v. laugh at, mock, taunt.
Antonyms: applause, plaudits, accolades.
Lucrative
Adj, bringing in money; profitable.
Synonyms: gainful, moneymaking.
Antonyms: unprofitable, losing, in the red.
Mediocre
Adj. average, ordinary, undistinguished.
Synonyms: run-of-the-mill
Antonyms: exceptional, outstanding, distinguished.
Proliferate
V. to reproduce, increase, or spread rapidly.
Synonyms: multiply, mushroom, burgeon.
Antonyms: decrease, diminish, dwindle, slack off.
Subjugate
V. to conquer by force, bring under complete control.
Synonyms: subdue, vanquish, master.
Antonyms: be conquered, submit, surrender.
Sully
V. to soil, stain, tarnish, defile, desmirch.
Synonyms: pollute, taint, smear.
Antonyms: cleanse, purify, decontaminate.
Tantalize
V. to tease, torment by teasing.
Synonyms: tempt, lead on, makes one's mouth water.
Antonyms: satisfy, fulfill, gratify.
Terse
Adj. brief and to the point.
Synonyms: concise, succinct, crisp, short and sweet.
Antonyms: verbose, wordly, diffuse, prolix.
Unflinching
Adj. firm, showing no signs of fear, not drawing back.
Synonyms: resolute, steadfast, unwavering.
Antonyms: irresolute, wavering, vacillating.