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attractive
(adj.) pleasing to the eye, mind, or senses; having the power to draw attention
syn. likable, charming, beautiful
ant. : unpleasant, disagreeable, offensive
burden
(n.) something that is carried, a load; something that is very hard to bear
syn.: hardship, worry, a difficulty
ant.: to relieve, lighten
consent
(v.) to agreed to or approve; to give permission
syn.: to allow, permit, accept
ant.: to disapprove, refuse, deny
dependable
(adj.) capable of being relied on; trustworthy
syn.: reliable, responsible
ant.: unreliable, undependable, untrustworthy
indicate
(v.) to point out to or point out, to be a sign of; to state or express briefly
syn.: to mark, shoe, signify, suggest
ant.: to conceal
previous
(adj.) COMING BEFORE IN TIME OR ORDER
syn. earlier, preceding, prior
ant.: following, later, succeeding
qualify
(v.) to be or become fit for something; to limit or narrow the meaning
syn.: to authorize, entitle, prepare, suit
reponse
(n.) a reply or answer; a reaction to something.
syn. : an acknowledgement
shabby
(adj.) worn or faded from use or wear; dressed in worn our clothes; not fair or generous
syn.: ragged, run-down, mean, wrteched, unkind
snt.: elegant, grand, lavish, generous, kind
thaw
(v.) to melt or cause to melt; to warm up gradually
syn.: to liquefy
snt.: to freeze, solidify
urgent
(adj.) needing or demanding immediate attention or action.
syn.: critical, pressing
ant.: unimportant, minor
vanity
(n.) the quality of being stuck-up or vain, having too much pride in one's looks or abilities
syn.: conseit, arrogance
ant.: modesty, humility