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adieu
NOUN
a farewell
Synonyms:good-bye
Antonyms:greeting
advent
NOUN
an arrival;a coming into place of view
Synonyms:approach
Antonyms:departure
apex
NOUN
the highest point,tip
Synonyms:peak
Antonyms:bottom
assimilate
VERB
to absorb fully or make one's own
Synonyms:incorporate
bogus
ADJECTIVE
false,counterfeit
Synonyms:fake
Antonyms:genuine
exorbitant
ADJECTIVE
unreasonably high;excessive
Synonyms:overpriced
Antonyms:inexpensive
interim
NOUN
the time between
Synonyms:interval
inundate
VERB
to flood,overflow;to overwhelm by numbers or size
Synonyms:submerge
malign
VERB
to speak evil of;false
Synonyms:badmouth
Antonyms:praise
meander
VERB
to wander about, wind about
Synonyms:roam
metropolis
NOUN
a large city;the chief city of an area
Antonyms:village
momentous
ADJECTIVE
very important
Synonyms:consequential
Antonyms:unimportant
obstreperous
ADJECTIVE
noisy;unruly,disorderly
Synonyms:wild
Antonyms:quiet
pensive
ADJECTIVE
reflective
Synonyms:dreamy
perilous
dangerous
Synonyms:risky
Antonyms:safe
shoddy
ADJECTIVE
of poor quality;characterized b inferior workmanship
Synonyms:cheap
Antonyms:solid
sprightly
ADJECTIVE
lively,full of life
Synonyms:peppy
Antonyms:dull
surly
ADJECTIVE
angry and bad-tempered;rude
Synonyms:cranky
Antonyms:polite
tirade
NOUN
a long,angry speech,usually very critical
Synonyms:diatribe
vagrant
NOUN
an idle wanderer
Synonyms:drifter
Antonyms:resident
assurance
NOUN
a pledge;freedom from doubt,self-confidence
Synonyms:promise
Antonyms:doubt
asylum
NOUN
an institution for the care of children,elderly people, ect. a place of safety
Synonyms:refuge
console
VERB
to comfort
Synonyms:soothe
Antonyms:torment
dilate
VERB
to make or become larger or wider;to expand upon
Synonyms:expand
Antonyms:compress
dross
NOUN
refuse,waste products
Synonyms:trash
dwindle
VERB
to lessen,diminish
Synonyms:decrease
Antonyms:increase
flippant
ADJECTIVE
lacking in seriousness;disrespectful,saucy
Synonyms:frivolous
Antonyms:respectful
immunity
NOUN
resistance to disease;freedom from some charge or obligation
Synonyms:exemption
Antonyms:exposure
institute
VERB
to establish,set up
Synonyms:found
Antonyms:demolish
liability
NOUN
a debt;something disavantageous
Synonyms:difficulty
Antonyms:advantage
preposterous
ADJECTIVEridiculous,senseless
Synonyms:absurd
Antonyms:sensible
pugnacious
ADJECTIVE
quarrelsome, fond of fighting
Synonyms:belligerent
Antonyms:friendly
rabid
ADJECTIVE
furious,violently intense,unreasonaby extreme;mad;infected with rabies
Synonyms:raving
Antonyms:moderate
realm
NOUN
a kingdom;a region or field of study
Synonyms:domain
rejuvenate
VERB
to make young again;to make like new
Synonyms:renew
Antonyms:exhaust
remunerate
VERB
to reward,pay,reimburse
Synonyms:compensate
sparse
ADJECTIVE
meager,scant;scattered
Synonyms:thin
Antonyms:plentiful
sterling
ADJECTIVE
genuine,excellent;made of silver of standard fineness
Synonyms:outstanding
Antonyms:mediocre
venture
VERB
to expose to danger;to dare
Synonyms:chance
Antonyms:withdraw
warp
VERB
to twist out of shape
Synonyms:bend
Antonyms:unbend