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to reguard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply.

Synonyms: detest,despise,abominate
Antonyms: admire,cherish,respect,relish
abhor
to change in a formal way; to change for the better.

Synonyms:modify,improve,correct
amend
to slap or cuff;to stike repeatedly; to drive or force with blows; to force one's wau wotj difficulty; a slap,blow

Synonyms:batter,sock,thump,pummel, toss about
buffet
great confusion;disorder

Synonyms:anarchy,turmoil,pandemonium
Antonyms:order,regularity,tranquility
chaos
roomy,spacious

Synonyms:comfortable,ample,capacious
Antonyms:cramped,claustrophobic,insufficient
commodious
eating away gradually,acidlike;bitterly sarcastic

Synonyms:caustic,mordant,acidulous,spiteful
Antonyms:bland,mild,benign,amiable
corrosive
to see clearly;recognize

Synonyms:perceive,detect,distinguish
Antonyms:overlook
discern
still existing;not exterminated,destroyed,or lost

Synonmys:surviving,in existence
Antonyms:extinct,defunct,vanished
extant
to involve in;to connect with or be related to

Synonyms:incriminate,entangle
Antonyms:absolve,exculpate
implicate
to bury,committo the earth,to consign oblivion

Antonyms:unearth,exhume
inter
a strict disciplinarian;a sticler for rules

Synonyms: taskmaster,slave driver
martinet
to anticipateand prevent;to remove,dispose of

Synonyms:preclude,forestall,ward off
obviate
one who leaves a group;a deserter,outlaw; traitorous; unconventional, unorthodox

Synonyms:turncoat,defector,heretic
Antonyms:loyalist,patriot
renegade
deserving blame or punishment

Synonyms:objectionable,blameworthy,culpable,odious
Antonyms:commendable,blameless,meritorious
reprehensible
dark;gloomy;depressed or melancholy in spirit

Synonyms:mournful,dismal
Antonyms:bright,sunny,lighthearted,cheerful,jaunty
somber
filthy,wretched,debased

Synonyms:dingy,sordid,foul,vile,abject
Antonyms:neat,spruce,exalted,lofty
squalid
disorderly,riotous,violent;stormy

Synonmys:tumultuous,unruly,agitated
Antonyms:calm,placid,tranquil,still
turbulant
loud and noisy, compelling attention

Synonyms:clamerous,uproarious,blustering
Antonyms:quiet,soft-spoken,muted,dubdued
vociferous
of great size;numerous;writing or speaking at great length

Synonyms:bulky,missive,copious,plentiful
Antonyms:scant,meager,brief,succinct
voluminous
to do without,give up voluntarily;to put off temporarily,defer

Synonyms:decline,relinquish,forgo
Antonyms:claim, accept
waive