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abscond
VERB
to run off and hide
Synonyms:bolt
access
NOUN
approach or admittance to places,persons,things;an increase
Synonyms:admittance
Antonyms:exclusion
anarchy
NOUN
lack of government and law;confusion
Synonyms:chaos
Antonyms:order
arduous
ADJECTIVE
hard to do;requiring too much effort
Synonyms:hard
Antonyms:easy
auspicious
ADJECTIVE
favorable;fortunate
Synonyms:fortunate
Antonyms:sinister
biased
ADJECTIVE
favoring one side unduly;prejudced
Synonyms:unfair
Antonyms:fair
daunt
VERB
to overcome with fear;intimidate
Synonyms:dismay
Antonyms:encourage
disentangle
VERB
to free from tangles or complications
Synonyms:untangle
Antonyms:tangle
fated
ADJECTIVE
determined in advance by destiny or fortune
Synonyms:destined
Antonyms:chance
hoodwink
VERB
to mislead by a trick;deceive
Synonyms:dupe
Antonyms:disabuse
inanimate
ADJECTIVE
not having life,without energy or spirit
Synonyms:lifeless
Antonyms:alive
incinerate
VERB
to burn to ashes
Synonyms:cremate
intrepid
ADJECTIVE
very brave,fearless
Synonyms:daring
Antonyms:timid
larceny
NOUN
theft
Synonyms:stealing
pliant
ADJECTIVE
bending readily;easily influenced
Synonyms:flexible
Antonyms:inflexible
pompous
ADJECTIVE
overly self-important in speech and manner; excessively stately or ceremonious
Synonyms:pretentious
Antonyms:plain
precipice
NOUN
a very steep cliff;the brink or edge of disaster
Synonyms:cliff
Antonyms:gorge
rectify
VERY
to make right;correct
Synonyms:remedy
Antonyms:bungle
reprieve
NOUN
a temperorary relief or delay
Synonyms:postpone
Antonyms:proceed
revile
VERB
to attack with words,call bad names
Synonyms:denounce
Antonyms:praise
accomplice
NOUN
a person who takes part in a crime
Synonyms:confederate
annihilate
VERB
to destroy completely
Synonyms:demolish
Antonyms:encourage
arbitrary
ADJECTIVE
un reasonable;basde on one's wishes or wims without reguard for reason or fairness
Synonyms:autocratic
Antonyms:reasoned
brazen
ADJECTIVE
shameless;impudent
Synonyms:bold
Antonyms:resprctful
catalyst
NOUN
a substance that causes change in behavior
Synonyms:stimulus
exodus
NOUN
a large-scale departure or flight
Synonyms:escapt
Antonyms:entrance
facilitate
VERB
to make easier;to assisst
Synonyms:ease
Antonyms:hinder
incorrigible
ADJECTIVE
not able to be corrected;beyond control
Synonyms:incurable
Antonyms:curable
latent
ADJECTIVE
hidden,present but not realised
Synonyms:dormant
Antonyms:evident
militant
NOUN
an activist
Synonyms:truculent
Antonyms:passive
morose
ADJECTIVE
having a gloomy or sullen manner;not friendly or sociably
Synonyms:doleful
Antonyms:cheerful
opaque
ADJECTIVE
not letting light through;not clear or lucid
Synonyms:cloudy
Antonyms:clear
paramount
ADJECTIVE
chief in importance, above all others
Synonyms:supreme
Antonyms:secondary
prattle
NOUN
baby talk;babble
Synonyms:babble
rebut
VERB
to offer arguments or evidence that contradicts an assertion
Synonyms:disprove
Antonyms:confirm
repriimand
VERB
to scold;find fault with
Synonyms:reproach
Antonyms:praise
servitude
NOUN
slavery,forced labor
Synonyms:bondage
Antonyms:freedom
slapdash
ADJECTIVE
careless and hasty
Synonyms:sloppy
Antonyms:thorough
stagnant
ADJECTIVE
not running or flowing;foul from standing still;innactive
Synonyms:still
Antonyms:fresh
succumb
VERB
to give way to a supperior force;yeild
Synonyms:expire
Antonyms:conquer
atone
VERB
to make up for
Synonyms:expiate
bondage
NOUN
slavery;any state of being bound or held down
Synonyms:captivity
Antonyms:freedom
credible
ADJECTIVE
believable
Synonyms:plausable
Antonyms:implausable
defray
VERB
to pay for
Synonyms:settle
diligent
ADJECTIVE
hardworking,industrious;not lazy
Synonyms:industrious
Antonyms:lazy
doleful
ADJECTIVE
sad;dreary
Synonyms:sorrowful
Antonyms:cheerful
ghastly
ADJECTIVE
frightful,horrible;deathly pale
Synonyms:gruesome
Antonyms:pleasant
hamper
VERB
to hold back
Synonyms:impede
Antonyms:ease
hew
VERB
to shape or cut down with an ax;to hold to
Synonyms:chop
impoverished
ADJECTIVE
poor,in a state of poverty
Synonyms:poor
Antonyms:rich
incessant
ADJECTIVE
never stopping;going all the time
Synonyms:constant
Antonyms:occasional
intricate
ADJECTIVE
complicated;difficult to understand
Synonyms:complex
Antonyms:simple
lucid
ADJECTIVE
easy to understand;clear
Synonyms:clear
Antonyms:muddy
posthumous
ADJECTIVE
occuring or published after death
Synonyms:postmortem
Antonyms:prenatal
prim
ADJECTIVE
overly neat,precise,proper or formal
Synonyms:fussy
Antonyms:sloppy
sardonic
ADJECTIVE
grimly or scornfully mocking, bitterly sarcastic
Synonyms:mordant
Antonyms:mild
superfluous
ADJECTIVE
exceeding what is sufficient or required
Synonyms:surplus
Antonyms:necessary
supplant
VERB
to take the place of;supersede
Synonyms:replace
taunt
VERB
to jeer at;mock
Synonyms:mock
Antonyms:applaud
tenacious
ADJECTIVE
holding together firmly;persistent
Synonyms:stubborn
Antonyms:lax