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synonym
one of 2 or more words of the same language that have the same or nearly the same meaning
antonym
a word of opposite meaning
theme
the theme of a work isn't its subject, rather it is its central idea, which may be stated directly or indirectly
plot
the storyline within a work; main sequence of events
setting
the time, place, and circumstances in which something occurs or develops; the time and place, of the action of a literary , dramatic, or cinematich work.
paraphrase
a restate,emt pf a text, passage, or work giving the meaning in another form.
breach
infraction or violatin of a law or obligation
prosperous
marked by success or economic well-being; enjoying vigorous and healthy growth.
ponderous
at very great weight, unwieldy or clumsy becasue of weight or size.
summon
to issue a call to assemble or meet; to bid to come: to send for
prudent
characterized or showing great reason or wisdom in decisions(wise)
credulous
ready to believe especially on slight or uncertain evidence
laggard
one who falls behind or moves slowly
exquisite
carefully selected; marked by flawless craftmanship; pleasing through beauty or prefection
austere
sterm amd cp;d om a[[earamce pr ,ammer; morally strict
narcissism
extreme love of oneself, excessive concern for oneself (egoism)
entreat
to make an earnest request to plead with especially in order to persuade
consort
associate/ in association with; to keep company
adoration
fine act of adoring; state of being adored
perpetual
continuing forever, occuring continually
resolve
to reduce by analysis;deal with successfully, clear up
langour
weakness or weariness of body or mind.