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SYN. to refer to casually or indirectly
V. Allude
SYN. suggest
V. Allude
SYN. insinuate
V. Allude
SYN. hint at
V. Allude
SYN. intimate
V. Allude
SYN. supernaturall perceptive
ADJ. clairvoyant
SYN. one who possess extrasensory powers, seer
N. clairvoyant
SYN. insightful
ADJ. clairvoyant
SYN. discerning
ADJ. clairvoyant
SYN. uncanny
ADJ. clairvoyant
SYN. visionary
N. clairvoyant
ANT. blind
ADJ. clairvoyant
ANT. unseeing
ADJ. clairvoyant
ANT. myopic
ADJ. clairvoyant
ANT. dense
ADJ. clairvoyant
ANT. imperceptive
ADJ. clairvoyant
SYN. serving to settle an issue
ADJ. conclusive
SYN. final
ADJ. conclusive
SYN. decisive
ADJ. conclusive
SYN. indisputable
ADJ. conclusive
SYN. convincing
ADJ. conclusive
SYN. definitive
ADJ. conclusive
ANT. unsettled
ADJ. conclusive
ANT. provisional
ADJ. conclusive
ANT. indefinite
ADJ. conclusive
SYN. not respectable
ADJ. disreputahle
SYN. not esteemed
ADJ. disreputahle
SYN. disgraceful
ADJ. disreputahle
SYN. discreditable
ADJ. disreputahle
SYN. shady
ADJ. disreputahle
ANT. honest
ADJ. disreputahle
ANT. aboveboard
ADJ. disreputahle
ANT. respectable
ADJ. disreputahle
ANT. creditable
ADJ. disreputahle
SYN. native or confined to a particular region or people
ADJ. endemic
SYN. characteristics of or prevalent in a field
ADJ. endemic
SYN. indigenous
ADJ. endemic
SYN. restricted to
ADJ. endemic
ANT. alien
ADJ. endemic
ANT. foreign
ADJ. endemic
ANT. extraneous
ADJ. endemic
SYN. worthy of imitation
ADJ. exemplary
SYN. commendable
ADJ. exemplary
SYN. serving as a model
ADJ. exemplary
SYN. praiseworthy
ADJ. exemplary
SYN. meritorious
ADJ. exemplary
SYN. sterling
ADJ. exemplary
SYN. illustractive
ADJ. exemplary
ANT. infamous
ADJ. exemplary
ANT. notorious
ADJ. exemplary
ANT. scandalous
ADJ. exemplary
ANT. disreputable
ADJ. exemplary
SYN. to understand
V. fathom
SYN. to get to the bottom of
V. fathom
SYN. to determine the depth of
V. fathom
SYN. a measure of depth in water
N. fathom
SYN. grasp
V. fathom
SYN. comprehend
V. fathom
SYN. figure out
V. fathom
SYN. plumb
V. fathom
SYN. treacherous cunning
N. guile
SYN. deceit
N. guile
SYN. trickery
N. guile
SYN. duplicity
N. guile
SYN. chicanery
N. guile
ANT. candor
N. guile
ANT. artlessness
N. guile
ANT. naivete
N. guile
ANT. plain dealing
N. guile
SYN. honesty
N. integrity
SYN. high moral standards
N. integrity
SYN. an unimpaired condition
N. integrity
SYN. completeness
N. integrity
SYN. soundness
N. integrity
SYN. rectitude
N. integrity
SYN. probity
N. integrity
ANT. dishonesty
N. integrity
ANT. corruption
N. integrity
ANT. turpitude
N. integrity
SYN. a route of travel
N. itinerary
SYN. a record of travel
N. itinerary
SYN. a guidebook
N. itinerary
SYN. schedule
N. itinerary
SYN. program
N. itinerary
SYN. to interpret wrongly
V. miscontrue
SYN. mistake the meaning of
V. miscontrue
SYN. misjudge
V. miscontrue
SYN. misinterpret
V. miscontrue
SYN. highly offensive
ADJ. obnoxious
SYN. arousing strong dislike
ADJ. obnoxious
SYN. disagreeable
ADJ. obnoxious
SYN. repugnant
ADJ. obnoxious
SYN. hateful
ADJ. obnoxious
SYN. odious
ADJ. obnoxious
ANT. agreeable
ADJ. obnoxious
ANT. pleasing
ADJ. obnoxious
ANT. engaging
ADJ. obnoxious
ANT. personable
ADJ. obnoxious
SYN. to appease
V. placate
SYN. soothe
V. placate
SYN. pacify
V. placate
SYN. satisfy
V. placate
SYN. mollify
V. placate
SYN. allay
V. placate
SYN. concilliate
V. placate
ANT. vex
V. placate
ANT. irk
V. placate
ANT. provoke
V. placate
ANT. exasperate
V. placate
ANT. annoy
V. placate
SYN. calm
ADJ. placid
SYN. peaceful
ADJ. placid
SYN. undisturbed
ADJ. placid
SYN. tranquil
ADJ. placid
SYN. quiet
ADJ. placid
SYN. serene
ADJ. placid
ANT. stormy
ADJ. placid
ANT. agitated
ADJ. placid
ANT. turbulent
ADJ. placid
ANT. tempestuous
ADJ. placid
SYN. passing off or using as ones own the writing of another person
ADJ. plagiarism
SYN. piracy
ADJ. plagiarism
SYN. theft
ADJ. plagiarism
SYN. powerful
ADJ. potent
SYN. highly effective
ADJ. potent
SYN. mighty
ADJ. potent
SYN. formidable
ADJ. potent
SYN. forceful
ADJ. potent
ANT. weak
ADJ. potent
ANT. inept
ADJ. potent
ANT. feckless
ADJ. potent
ANT. powerless
ADJ. potent
ANT. ineffective
ADJ. potent
SYN. a false reason
N. pretext
SYN. deceptive excuse
N. pretext
SYN. pretense
N. pretext
SYN. cover story
N. pretext
SYN. rationale
N. pretext
SYN. evasion
N. pretext
SYN. to stick out
V. protrude
SYN. thrust forward
V. protrude
SYN. project
V. protrude
SYN. jut out
V. protrude
SYN. bulge
V. protrude
SYN. harsh
ADJ. stark
SYN. unrelieved
ADJ. stark
SYN. desolate
ADJ. stark
SYN. utterly
ADV. stark
SYN. sheer
ADJ. stark
SYN. downright
ADJ. stark
SYN. grim
ADJ. stark
SYN. bleak
ADJ. stark
SYN. absolutely
ADV. stark
ANT. bright
ADJ. stark
ANT. bright
ADJ. stark
ANT. cheerful
ADJ. stark
ANT. embellished
ADJ. stark
ANT. ornate
ADJ. stark
SYN. on or near the surface
ADJ. superficial
SYN. concerned with or understanding only what is on the surface
ADJ. superficial
SYN. shallow
ADJ. superficial
SYN. skin-deep
ADJ. superficial
SYN. insubstantial
ADJ. superficial
SYN. cursory
ADJ. superficial
SYN. slapdash
ADJ. superficial
ANT. deep
ADJ. superficial
ANT. profound
ADJ. superficial
ANT. thorough
ADJ. superficial
ANT. exhaustive
ADJ. superficial