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approach
(v.) to come close to
syn- access, near
ant- leave, retreat
(n.) the act of coming close to; a way of reaching a place
syn- manner, method
approve
(v.) to have a high opinion of; to give permission
syn- accept, admire; agree to
ant- reject, condemn, disapprove
glory
(n.) great honor or praise given by others
syn- honor, praise, fame
ant- shame, disgrace, ugliness
magnificent
(adj.) very grand and fine; remarkably beautiful or outstanding
syn- superb, majestic, splendid
ant- ordinary, plain, simple
meek
(adj.) not courageous or strong
syn- mild, gentle, quiet
ant- brave, bold, outspoken
prompt
(adj.) on time; done quickly and without delay
syn- early, timely, quick
ant- slow, late, tardy
(v.) to move someone to action
syn- make, urge
ant- discourage, deter
revive
(v.) to bring or come back to life
syn- renew, return
ant- impair, kill
tradition
(n.) a custom, belief, or idea that has been passed down over time
syn- custom, practice or ritual
watchful
(adj.) always noticing what is happening, aware
syn- alert, aware
ant- sleepy, unaware
wreckage
(n.) what is left of something that has been destroyed
syn- ruins, remains