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comity
discord
ancillary
principal
inebration
sobriety
odium
liking
deference
contempt
debacle
complete success
unbridled
restrained
impasse
open road
anathematize
bless
obtuse
shrewd
aseptic
contaminated
choleric
cool-headed
dissemble
behave honestly
nefarious
virtuous
cursory
detailed
vaunted
belittled
reputable
shady, unsavory, questionable
revere
scorn, disdain, mock, deride
stodgy
forward-looking, avant-grade, progressive
abound
lack, want
despondent
jubilant, elated
heartrending
amusing, funny, hilarious
rotund
thin, angular, lean, lanky, skinny, gaunt
saunter
speed, race, hurry, dash, scurry, rush
scrimp
splurge
giddy
levelheaded, seriuos, earnest, sober
liberate
imprison, fetter, shackle, bind
logical
absurd, ridiculous, unsound, preposterous
optional
required, mandatory, compulsory
outright
partial, incomplete; by degrees
sluggish
active, energetic, ively, rapid, brisk
gruesome
pleasant, delightful, appealing
melancholy
merry, happy, cheerful; joy, elation
ordeal
pleasure, cinch
parch
soak, drench, saturate, waterlog
persist
give up, discontinue
puny
robust, brawny, mammoth, gigantic
ratify
cancel, repeal, annul, veto
regal
lowly, humble, abject, servile
brunt
aftershock, aftermath, repercussion
combatant
civilian; peaceful, neutral
boorish
suave, urbane, polished, courtly, well-bred
abase
elevate, ennoble, exalt
protract
contract, compress, concentrate
probe
conceal, hide, cover-up, whitewash
plaintiff
defendant, accused
liberality
stinginess, miserliness, narrow-mindedness
impenitent
ashamed, remorseful, contrite, apologetic
decrepit
youthful
niggardly
prodigal
extirpate
implant
recondite
easily understood
insidious
loyal
fractious
agreeable
stability
inconstancy
dissonant
harmonious
noisome
beneficial
subliminal
obvious
limber
rigid
precipitate
deliberate
pillory
exalt
deleterious
harmless
tyro
expert
nebulous
clear
turgid
deflated
hibernal
estival
authorative
unofficial, unreliable
lethargic
wide-awake, alert, energetic, dynamic
malady
health, well-being
mellow
unripe, green, harsh, grating, strident
nomadic
stationary, settled, rooted, fixed
piecemeal
all at once
random
planned, deliberate, systematic
foster
stifle, smother, quash, discourage
hilarious
boring, dull, humorous, heartrending
hoard
v. waste, throw away, squander
indisposed
adj. healthy, willing, eager
legitimate
unlawful, illegal, improper, unauthorized
mirth
gloom, sadness, sorrow
partial
complete, fair, just, unbiased
patronize
boycott, refuse to deal with
sagacious
silly, foolish, ill-advised, dopey
agitation
peace of mind, composure, calm
countenance
disapprove of
diminish
increase, enlarge, augment
echant
bore, nauseate, disgust
fluctuate
stay put, remain unchanged
ignite
quench, extinguish, douse, put out
magnitude
smallness, unimportance, insignificance
dynamic
lazy, lackadaisical, lethargic, sluggish
eradicate
implant, instill, foster, promote
frustrate
help, assist, abet
grim
mild, merciful, delightful
makeshift
permanent, durable, solid, sturdy
marginal
central, pivotal, focal
pending
settled, decided, resolved
prominent
inconspicuous, unnoticeable, abscure
quaint
familiar, commonplace, modern, contemporary
reluctant
willing, eager, inclined
utmost
least
refurbish
to dilapidate, run down
subsequent
prior, preceding
unerring
fallible, unreliable
resourceful
incompetent, dull-witted
bumbling
adroit, effective
consequence
a source, cause
foil
to aid, abet, assist, promote
abominable
praiseworthy, delightful
initiative
sloth, shiftlessness
pry
to mind one's own business
posterity
ancestors, forebears; the past
accelerate
slow down, retard, decelerate
bystander
active participant
casual
formal, serious, premeditated, intentional
downtrodden
uplifted, liberated
entice
nauseate, sicken, revolt, repel
erode
nurture, promote, encourage
graphic
dull, boring, unrealistic, colorless
stifle
nurture, promote, encourage
vital
nonessential, unnecessary
browse
pore over, scrutinize
dupe
undeceive, disabuse
vengeance
forgiveness, pardon
abnormal
normal, usual, regular, typical
capsize
remain upright
cryptic
crystal clear, unambiguos
divergent
merging, intersecting, converging, orthodox, conventional
enmity
friendship, amity
fervent
blase, apathetic, restrained, emotionless
gaunt
plump, chubby, stout, penetrate
catastrophe
triumph, victory, success
decrease
increase, grow, develop, wax
disputatious
nonargumentative, peaceable, pacific
eject
admit, let in, insert
flourish
wither, die, fade, shrivel up
incentive
curb, cheek, restraint, hindrance
insubordinate
obedient, submissive, docile, tractable
legible
unreadable, indecipherable
nub
fringe, periphery, edge
onslaught
none
ordain
forbid, veto, cancel
outstrip
trail, lag behind
pervade
saturate, permeate, diffuse, imbue
refulgent
dim, dark, obscure, dingy, dull, murky
tyro
vetran, past master, expert
unremitting
desultory, intermittent
vacillate
perservere
paucity
abundance, glut, plentiude, deluge
raze
build, construct, raise, erect
recant
reaffirm, reassert
countermand
reaffirm, reassert
exacerbate
allievate, mitigate, ameliorate
fatuous
sensible, intelligent, perceptive, bright
irrefutable
disputable, indefensible, untenable
lackadaisical
energetic, vigorous, wholehearted
saturate
drain
increment
loss, reduction, decrease
mandate
forbid, ban, outlaw
paltry
gigantic, imense, colossal
redolent
unevocative, oderless
vituperative
complimentary, laudatory, flattering
authorative
adj. official, coming from a source that calls for obedience or belief; dictatorial
bankrupt
adj. in a state of financial ruin; v. to ruin financially n. one who has been ruined financially
clamor
n. a public outcry; any loud and countied noise; v. to call for by loud, continued outcries
coincide
v. to be in full agreement; to be the same in nature, character, or
despot
n. a ruler who oppresses his or her subjects, a tyrant
feud
n. a bitter, long-term quarrel; v. to fight or quarrel with
haggle
v. to argue in a petty way, especially about a price
reinforce
weaken, undermine, sap, impair
seclusion
the thick of things
turmoil
peace and quiet, order
allege
prove, deny
bandiage
sermon
imperturbable
excitable
hardy
adj. able to bear up under difficult conditions or harsh treatment; brave and tough
chary
heedless, reckless, incautious
dilettante
professional
harmonious
adj. able to get along together well; combining different elements that blend pleasingly; melodious
hoard
v. to store up, save; n. a hidden store or supply
indisposed
adj. slightly ill; disinclined to do something
legacy
n. an inheritance; something handed down from an ancestor or from the past
legitimate
adj. lawful, rightful; reasonable, justifiable
mirth
n. merry fun, gaiety; laughter
officiate
v. to perform the duties of an office; to conduct a religious ceremony; to referee
partial
adj. not complete; favoring one side over another showing a strong liking for someone or someting
patronize
v. to give one's business to regularly as a customer; to support, provide financial help; to treat someone as an inferior while making a shower of being kind or gracious
rite
n. a ceremony; the customary form of a ceremony; any formal custom or practice
sagacious
adj. shrewd; wise in a keen, practical way
spurn
accept, welcome, greet
quarry
hunter, predator, pursuer
legion
squad, platoon, few, sparse
harangue
whisper, murmur, undertone
dubious
certain, positive, indubitable, reliable
deluge
trickle, dribble
subordinate
superior, higher; chief, supervisor
tint
bleach, whiten
variable
constant, unchanging, steady
slough
take on, aquire, assume
acclamation
booing, hissing, jeers, catcalls
bucolic
urban, metropolitan
cynical
hopeful, optimistic
feud
n. pact, agreement, harmony, concord
hardy
frail, feeble, weak
harmonious
harsh, grating, discordant
massive
flimsy, frail, thin
maternal
fatherly, paternal
pall
v. intrigue, fascinate n. light, brightness
leisurely
hasty, hurried, rushed, hectic
rant
whisper, mumble
conciliate
antagonize, alienate, estrange
saturnine
lighthearted, cheerful, vivacious
calumniate
flatter, whitewash, praise
dormant
awake, active, lively, productive
avert
invite, induce, provoke, cause
crony
enemy, rival
lackadaisical
ambitious
cynical
adj. inclined to believe the worst of people; bitterly mocking or sneering
prudent
foolish, unwise, rash, reckless
quench
ignite, kindle
remnant
none
simultaneous
occurring at different times
swerve
none
null and void
in binding, valid
baneful
nonpoisonous
extant
destroyed
fickle
loyal
trencherman
finicky eater
stereotyped
original
incipient
concluding
hyperborean
sultry
amalgamate
separate
drivel
sense
chary
foodhardy
puerile
adult
aver
deny
hapless
fortunate
effluvia
desired products
emaciation
invigoration
presumption
humility
proximate
distant
unruly
obedient
opulence
poverty
fell
propitious
unconventionality
fidelity to custom
rant
speak moderately
moribund
robust
bankrupt
financially sound, solvent
clamor
n. uproar, din, racket; v. cry out for
rigorous
lax, indulgent, undemanding
snare
liberate