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(v.)to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place
adjourn
(n.)a citizen of another country; (adj.)foreign, strange
alien
(adj.)having a pleasing appearance
comely
(v.)to make up for; to repay for services
compensate
(adj.)loose in one's morals or behavior
dissolute
(adj.)not regular or consistent; different from what is ordinarily expected; undependable
erratic
(n.)the process of driving or forcing out
expulsion
(n.)a deliberately deceptive movement; a pretense; (v.)to make a deceptive movement; to make a pretense of
feint
(n.)food for horses or cattle; raw material for a designated purpose
fodder
(v.)to strengthen or build up
fortify
(adj.)difficult or impossible to read
illegible
(v.)to make fun of rudely or unkindly; (n.)a rude remark of derision
jeer
(adj.)bringing in money; profitable
lucrative
(adj.)average, ordinary, undistinguished
mediocre
(v.)to reproduce, increase, or spread rapidly
proliferate
(v.)to conquer by force, bring under complete control
subjugate
(v.)to soil, stain, tarnish, defile, besmirch
sully
(v.)to tease, torment by teasing
tantalize
(adj.)brief and to the point
terse
(adj.)firm, showing no signs of fear, not drawing back
unflinching
SYNONYMS:
resolute, steadfast, unwavering
unflinching
SYNONYMS:
concise, succinct, crisp, short and sweet
terse
SYNONYMS:
tempt, lead on, make one's mouth water
tantalize
SYNONYMS:
pollute, taint, smear
sully
SYNONYMS:
subdue, vanquish, master
subjugate
SYNONYMS:
multiply, mushroom, burgeon
proliferate
SYNONYS:
run-of-the-mill
mediocre
SYNONYMS:
gainful, moneymaking
lucrative
SYNONYMS:
(v.)laugh at, mock, taunt
jeer
SYNONYMS:
unreadable, indecipherable, scribbled
illegible
SYNONYMS:
reinforce, shore up
fortify
SYNONYMS:
feed, provender
fodder
SYNONYMS:
(n.)trick, ruse, subterfuge, dodge, bluff
feint
SYNONYMS:
ejection, ouster, eviction
expulsion
SYNONYMS:
irregular, inconsistent, unpredictable
erratic
SYNONYMS:
dissipated, debauched, immoral, corrupt
dissolute
SYNONYMS:
pay back, reimburse, recompense
compensate
SYNONYMS:
good-looking, attractive, bonny
comely
SYNONYMS:
(adj.)exotic, unfamiliar
alien
SYNONYMS:
postpone, suspend, discontinue
adjourn
ANTONYMS:
open, call to order
adjourn
ANTONYMS:
(adj.)native, endemic, familiar
alien
ANTONYMS:
plain, homely, ugly, repulsive
comely
ANTONYMS:
fail to reward, stiff
compensate
ANTONYMS:
virtuous, chaste, moral, seemly, proper
dissolute
ANTONYMS:
steady, consistent, dependable
erratic
ANTONYMS:
admittance, admission
expulsion
ANTONYMS:
weaken, undermine, sap, impair
fortify
ANTONYMS:
readable, decipherable, distinct, clear
illegible
ANTONYMS:
applause, plaudits, accolades
jeer
ANTONYMS:
unprofitable, losing, in the red
lucrative
ANTONYMS:
exceptional, outstanding, distinguished
mediocre
ANTONYMS:
decrease, diminish, dwindle, slack off
proliferate
ANTONYMS:
be conquered, submit, surrender
subjugate
ANTONYMS:
cleanse, purify, decontaminate
sully
ANTONYMS:
satisfy, fulfill, gratify
tantalize
ANTONYMS:
verbose, wordy, diffuse, prolix
terse
ANTONYMS:
irresolute, wavering, vacillating
unflinching