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(v.)to run off and hide
abscond
(n.)approach or admittance to places, persons, things; an increase
(v.)to get at, obtain
access
(n.)a lack of government and law; confusion
anarchy
(adj.)hard to do, requiring much effort
arduous
(adj.)favorable; fortunate
auspicious
(adj.)favoring one side unduly; prejudiced
biased
(v.)to overcome with fear, intimidate; to dishearten, discourage
daunt
(v.)to free from tangles or complications
disentangle
(adj.)determined in advance by destiny or fortune
fated
(v.)to mislead by a trick, deceive
hoodwink
(adj.)not having life; without energy or spirit
inanimate
(v.)to burn to ashes
incinerate
(adj.)very brave, fearless, unshakable
intrepid
(n.)theft
larceny
(adj.)bending readily; easily influenced
pliant
(adj.)overly self-important in speech and manner; excessively stately or ceremonious
pompous
(n.)a very steep cliff; the brink or edge of disaster
precipice
(v.)to make right, correct
rectify
(n.)a temporary relief or delay;
(v.)to grant a postponement
reprieve
(v.)to attack with words, call bad names
revile
SYNONYMS:
bolt, make off, skip town
abscond
SYNONYMS:
(n.)entry, admittance, entrée
access
SYNONYMS:
chaos, disorder, turmoil, pandemonium
anarchy
SYNONYMS:
hard, difficult, laborious, fatiguing
arduous
SYNONYMS:
promising, encouraging, propitious
auspicious
SYNONYMS:
unfair, partial, bigoted
biased
SYNONYMS:
dismay, cow
daunt
SYNONYMS:
unravel, unwind, unscramble, unsnarl
disentangle
SYNONYMS:
destined, preordained, doomed
fated
SYNONYMS:
dupe, put one over on
hoodwink
SYNONYMS:
lifeless, dead, inert, spiritless
inanimate
SYNONYMS:
burn up, cremate, reduce to ashes
incinerate
SYNONYMS:
valiant, courageous, audacious, daring
intrepid
SYNONYMS:
stealing, robbery, burglary
larceny
SYNONYMS:
supple, flexible, elastic, plastic
pliant
SYNONYMS:
pretentious, highfalutin, bombastic
pompous
SYNONYMS:
cliff, crag, bluff, promontory, ledge
precipice
SYNONYMS:
remedy, set right
rectify
SYNONYMS:
(n.)stay, respite
(v.)postpone, delay
reprieve
SYNONYMS:
inveigh against, malign, vilify, denounce
revile
ANTONYMS:
(n.)total exclusion
access
ANTONYMS:
law and order, peace and quiet
anarchy
ANTONYMS:
easy, simple, effortless
arduous
ANTONYMS:
ill-omened, ominous, sinister
auspicious
ANTONYMS:
fair, impartial, unprejudiced, just
biased
ANTONYMS:
encourage, embolden, reassure
daunt
ANTONYMS:
tangle up, ensnarl, snag
disentangle
ANTONYMS:
accidental, fortuitous, chance, random
fated
ANTONYMS:
undeceive, disabuse, clue in
hoodwink
ANTONYMS:
living, alive, energetic, lively, sprightly
inanimate
ANTONYMS:
timid, cowardly, craven, pusillanimous
intrepid
ANTONYMS:
rigid, stiff, inflexible, set in stone
pliant
ANTONYMS:
unpretentious, unaffected, plain
pompous
ANTONYMS:
abyss, chasm, gorge
precipice
ANTONYMS:
mess up, botch, bungle
rectify
ANTONYMS:
(v.)proceed
reprieve
ANTONYMS:
praise, acclaim, revere, idolize
revile