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Ad Infinitum
endlessly (adj)

Synonyms: forever, unceasingly, incessantly, ceaselessly

Antonyms: succinctly, concisely, tersely, briefly
Apportion
to divide and give out in shares (v)

Synonyms: distribute, allot, parcel out, allocate
Bona Fide
genuine; sincere (adj)

Synonyms: authentic, indisputable, legitmate, certified

Antonyms: false, fake, bogus, spurious, counterfit
Buoyant
able to float easily; able to hold things up; cheerful, hopeful (adj)

Synonyms: blithe, jaunty, lighthearted, animated

Antonyms: downcast, depressed, gloomy, morose
Clique
a small, exclusive group of people (n)

Synonyms: inner circle, coterie
Concede
to admit as true; to yield, submit (v)

Synonyms: acknowledge, grant, allow, assent

Antonyms: contest, dispute, gainsay, challenge
Lofty
very high, noble (adj)
Migration
a movement from one country or region to another (n)
Perceive
to be aware of through the senses, observe; to grasp mentally (v)
Perverse
inclined to go against what is expected; stubborn; turned away from what is good and proper (adj)
Prelude
an introduction; that which comes before or leads off (n)
Rancid
stale, spoiled (adj)
Rustic
country-like, simple, plain, awkward (n) one who lives in the country
Sever
to separate, divide into parts (v)
Sordid
wretchedly poor; tun-down; mean or selfish (ad)
Untenable
not capable of bein held or defended impossible to maintain (adj)
Versatile
able to do many things well; capable of many uses (adj)
Vindicate
to clear from hint or charge of wrong doing to defend successfully against opposition; to justify (v)
Wane
to lose size, strength, or power (v)