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aghast
filled with with amazment, disgust, fear, or terror.

(adjective)

synonyms:shocked,horrified,
stupefied
antonyms:delighted,overjoyed and unmoved.
ample
more then enough, large, spaciouc.
(adjective)

synonyms:sufficient,adequate,considerable
antonyms:insafficiant,
inadequate
apparition
a ghost or ghostly figure;an unexplained or unusual appearance.
(noun)
synonyms:phantom,specter
assert
to declare or state as truth, mainyain or defend, put forward.
(verb)
synonyms:affirm, avow
cower
to crouch or shrink away from in fear or shame.
(verb)

synonyms:cringe, flinch
antonyms:stand up to
disdain
to look upon with shink away from in fear or shame.
(verb)

synonyms:spurn, reject
antonyms:revere, venerate,esteem,respect
epitaph
a brief statement written on a tomb or gravestone
(noun)

synonyms:tombstone inscription
ethical
having to do with morals, values, right and wrong: in accordance with standards of right conduct: requiring a prescription for purches.
(adjective)

synonyms:upright, virtuous, honorable
antonyms:immoral, unscrupulous, dishonest.
facetious
humorous, not meant seriously.
(adjective)

synonyms:comical, witty, tongue-in-cheek
antonyms:audible, easily heard.
inaudible
not able to be heard
(adjective)

synonyms:faint, indistinct
antonyms:audible, easily heard.
indiscriminate
with our restraint or control; unselective.
(adjective)
synonyms:haphazard,random,
uncritical
antonyms:selective,discriminating,judicious
intrigue
crafty dealings,underhanded plotting.(none)
to form and carry out plots; to puzzle or excite the curiosity.

synonyms:scheme,plot, conspiracy.
antonyms: fair play
jurisdiction
an area of athority and control; the right to administer justice.
(noun)
synonyms:purview
plausible
appearing true,reasonable, or fair.
(adjective)
synonyms:belivable,probable
antonyms:improbable,far-fetched
plebeian
common, vulgar;belonging to the lower class:(adjective)
a comen person, of the lower class.(noun)
synonyms:lowborn,proletarian,coarse,unrefined
antonyms:aristocratic,refined,cultivated
prodigal
wastfully extravagant; lavishly or generously abundany(adjective)
one who is wastful and self-indulgent.(noun)
synonyms:improvident,spendthrift,wastrel
antonyms:frugal,economical,stingy,miserly
proximity
nearness,closeness
(noun)
antonyms:distence,remoteness
pulverize
to grind or pound a powder or dust;to distroy or overcome(as though by smashing into fragments)
(verb)
synonyms:crush, demolish
sequal
that which follows, a result;a literary work or film continuing the story of one written or made earlier.
(noun)
synonyms- follow-up, continuation
antonyms- prelude, overture, curtain-raiser
volatile
highly changeable, fickle; tending to become violent or explosive; changing readily form the liquid to the gaseous state
(adjective)
synomyms- unstable, erractic
antonyms- stable, steady, inert, dormant