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allot
to assign or distribute in shares or portions

s: apportion, allocate
amass
to bringtogether, collect, gather, especially for oneself

s: accumulate
a: scatter
audacious
bold, adventurous

s: enterprising, brave
a: timid
comply
to yield to a request

s: submit to, conwsent to
a: reject, refuse
devoid
not having or using, lacking

s: wanting,
a: full, teeming
elite
(n)the choice part of a group of people or things (adj) superior
s: cream of the crop, a: dregs of society
relevant
connected with or related to the matter at hand

s: pertinent, spplicable
a: unconnected, extraneous
grapple
(n) an iron hook used to grab and hold (v)to come to grips with
s: tackle, confront
incapacitate
to deprive of strength or ability; to make legally ineligible

s: disable
a: restore
instigate
to urge on; to stire up, provoke

a: stop, quell, squelch
longevity
long life, long duration

a: brevity, transience
myriad
(v)in very great numbers (n) a very great number

s: innumerable
a: few, sparse
perspective
(n) a point of view or general standpoint from which diferent things are viewed

s: viewpoint
perturb
to trouble, make uneasy, to disturb greatly

s: irritate, upset
a: delight, please
prodigious
immense; extraordinary in size or degree
s: gigantic, tremendous
a: puny, miniscule