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Pacifist
synonym: peacemaker, dove
ANTONYM: (n.) warmonger
(n)one who is against war or the use of violence; opposing war of violence
queue
synonym: column, file, row, line
ANTONYM: (n.) disorganized crowd
(n)a line of people waiitng for something (such as a bus or the opening of a store)
(V) to form such a line
restrict
SYNONYMS: hold back, limit
. ANTONYMS: open up, enlarge, expand
v.) to keep within set limits; to confine
sage
SYNONYMS: (ad}.) sagacious; (n.) philosopher, Solomon ANTONYMS: (ad}.) foolish, unwise; (n.) fool, dunce
(ad}.) wise; (n.) a very wise person
slake
SYNONYMS: quench, gratify, sate, ease, assuage ANTONYMS: increase, intensify, aggravate
(v.) to satisfy, relieve, or bring to an end
terrain
SYNONYMS: ground, topography, territory
(n.) the landscape, especially considered with regard to its physical features or fitness for some use; a field of knowledge
vocation
SYNONYMS: career, pursuit
ANTONYMS: hobby, pastime, avocation
(n.) any trade, profession, or occupation; a sense of fitness or special calling for one's work
vow
SYNONYMS: (n.) word of honor; (v.) pledge
(n.) a solemn or sacred promise or pledge; (v.) to declare or promise in a solemn way
waylay
SYNONYMS: entrap, ensnare
(v.) to lie in wait for and attack, ambush
wither
SYNONYMS: shrivel, droop, shame, abash ANTONYMS: bloom, flower, flourish, burgeon
(v.) to dry up, wilt, sag; to cause someone to feel ashamed, humiliated, or very small