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barrage
(n.) a rapid, large-scale outpouring of something

synonyms-bombardment,blast
bigot
(n.)an intolerant or biased person

synonyms-racist
designate
(v.) to indicate, point out
(adj.) selected but not yet installed

synonyms-name,choose
diversity
(n.) difference,variety

synonyms-dissimilarity

antonyms-sameness,similarity
enigma
(n.) someone/something that is extremely puzzling

synonyms-riddle,mystery
gloat
(v.) to look at or think about with great intensity and satisfaction

synonyms-relish,revel in
antonyms-regret,mourn
global
(adj.)involving the entire world

synonyms-worldwide,widespread

antonyms-local, regional
illusion
(n.) a false idea

synonyms-delusion,fantasy

antonyms-reality,truth
infuriate
(v.) to make very angry,enrage

synonyms-provoke,incense

antonyms-calm,soothe
motivate
(v.) to provide with reason for doing

synonyms-spur on,encourage

antonyms-discourage,dissuade
pacifist
(n.)one who is against war or the use of violence
(adj.)opposing war/violence

synonyms-peacemaker,dove
antonyms-warmonger
queue
(n.) a line of people waiting for something
(v.)to form such a line

synonyms-column,row
antonyms-disorganized crowd
restrict
(v.) to keep within set limits;to confine

synonyms-hold back,limit

antonyms-open up,enlarge
sage
(adj.)wise
(n.) a very wise person

synonyms-sagacious,philosopher

antonyms-foolish,dunce
slake
(v.)to satisfy,or bring to an end

synonyms-quench,ease

antonyms-increase,intensify
terrain
(n.)the landscape,especially considered w/ regard to its physical features for some use

synonyms-ground,territory
vocation
(n.) any trade,profession

synonyms-career,pursuit

antonyms-hobby,pastime
vow
(n.)a sacred promise/pledge
(v.)to declare or promise

synonyms-word of honor,pledge
waylay
(v.) to lie in wait for and attack,ambush

synonyms-entrap,ensnare
wither
(v.)to dry up,wilt,sag,to cause someone to feel humiliated

synonyms-shrivel,droop
antonyms-bloom,flourish