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manacle (accent)
1st
a handcuff, any thing that chains or confines; to chain or restrain
manacle
manacle (part of speech)
noun and verb
manacle (synonyms)
put in chains
fetter
manacle (antonyms)
unchain
set free
emancipate
release
The kidnappers clamped _______
on their hostage.
manacles
martial (accent)
1st
warlike, fond of fighting; relating to war, the army, or military life
martial
martial (part of speech)
adjective
martial (synonyms)
military
hostile
bellicose
martial (antonyms)
peace-loving
peaceable
pacific
unwarlike
The army band plays ________ music as the troops formally march past the visiting general
martial
minimum (accent)
1st
minimum (part of speech)
noun and adjective
the smallest possible amount; the lowest permissible or possible
minimum
minimum (synonyms)
least
minimum (antonyms)
maximum
highest
most
Sixteen is the ________ age to
get a driver's license in this state.
minimum
nimble (accent)
1st
quick and skillful in movement, agile; clever
nimble
nimble (part of speech)
adjective
nimble (synonyms)
lively
keen
flexible
nimble (antonyms)
awkward
clumsy
stiff
inflexible
As the ________ climber scaled Mount Everest, it looked as if she was barely exerting any energy at all.
nimble
onset (accent)
1st
onset (part of speech)
noun
the beginning, start(especially of something violent and destructive); an attack, assault
onset
onset (synonyms)
outset
commencement
onset (antonyms)
conclusion
close
end
At the ________ of the heavy storm, frightened people ran to find shelter.
onset