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the process of driving out forcing out (n.)

syn. ejectino, ouster, eviction
ant. admitance, admission
explusion
feint
a deliberately deceptive movement; a pretense; to make a deceptive movement to make a pretense of

syn tick ruse subterfuge doge bluff
adjourn
to stop proceddings temporarily; move to another place

syn. postpone, suspend, discontinue
a citizen of another, country
(adj) foreign, strange

syn. exotic, unfamilar
ant native endemic familiar
alien
comely
having a pleasing appearence

good looking attractice bonny

plain homely ugly repulsive
to make fun of rudely or unkindly a rude remark of derision

syn laugh at, mock, taunt

ant applause plaudits accolades
jeer
bringing in money; profitable

syn. gainful, money making

ant unprofitable losing in the red
lucrative
difficult or impossible to read

syn: un readable, indecipherable, scribbled

ant: readable, decipherable, ditinct clear
illegible
food for hourse or cattle; raw material for a designated purpose

syn. feed provender
fodder
to make up for; to repay for services

syn. pay back, reimburse recompense

fail to reward
compensate
loose in ones morals or behavior

dissipated, debauched immoral corrupt

virturous chaste moral seemly proper
dissolute
not regular or conssiten; different from what is ordinarily expected; undendable

syn; irregular inconsistetn unpredicatble

ant steady consistent dependable
erratic
to stop proceedings temporaritly; move to another place

syn. postpone suspend discontinue

open, call to order
adjourn
average ordinary, undistingusished

run of the mill

exceptional outstanding distinguished
mediocre
to reproduce increase or spread rapidly

multiply mushroom burgeon

decrease diminish dwindle slack off
proliferate
to conquer by force bring under complete control

subdue vanquish masater

be conquered, submit surrender
subjugate
to soil stain tarnish defile besmirch

pollute taint smear

cleanse purify decontamintnate
sully
to tease torment by teasing

temp, lead on make ones mouth water

satisfy fulfill gratify
tantalize
brief and to the point

concise succinct crisp short and sweet

verbose wordyu diffuse prolix
terse
firm showing no signs of fear not drawn back

resolute stead fast unwavering

irresolute wavering vacillating
unflinching