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apparel
(noun) clothing

(verb) to put clothes on

synonyms-attire,garments

antonyms-undress,strip,denude
besiege
(verb) to attack, to cause worry or trouble

synonyms-blockade,encircle
compress
(verb) to press together; to reduce in size/volume

(noun) folded cloth for injury

synonyms-condense,shrink

antonyms-expand, enlarge
denounce
(verb) to accuse formally

synonyms-criticize,censure

antonyms-hail,acclaim
dispatch
(verb) to send off or out for a purpose

(noun) an offical message;the act of killing

synonyms-slay,report

antonyms-recall,withhold
douse
(verb) to plunge into a liquid,drench,extinguish

synonyms-submerge,soak,dunk

antonyms-dry out,dehydrate
expressly
(adverb) plainly, in so many words

synonyms-clearly,pointedly

antonyms-implictly,accidentally
famished
(adjective) suffering from hunger or lack of something

synonyms-hungry,starving

antonyms-well fed,satisfied
forsake
(verb) to give up,abandon

synonyms-desert,disown

antonyms-keep,hold on to
gainful
(adjective) profitable,bringing in money

synonyms-moneymaking,paying

antonyms-unprofitable
immense
(adjective) very large;beyond ordinary means of measurement

synonyms-vast,enormous

antonyms-small,tiny,minute
inept
(adjective) totally without skill or appropriateness

synonyms-clumsy,unskilled

antonyms-skillful,accomplished
ingenious
(adjective) showing remarkable originality,clever

synonyms-imaginative,inventive

antonyms-unoriginal,uninventive
instantaneous
(adjective) done in an instant;immediate

synonyms-prompt,quick

antonyms-delayed,slow
irk
(verb) to annoy,trouble

synonyms-bother,irritate

antonyms-please,delight
libel
(noun) written statement that falsely harms the reputation of the person about whom it is made

(verb)to write such a statement

synonyms-slur,smear
misgiving
(noun) a feeling of fear,doubt,or uncertainty

synonyms-worry,hesitation

antonyms-feeling of confidence,assurance
oaf
(noun) a stupid person; a big,clumsy,slow individual

synonyms-bonehead,dunce
recede
(verb) to go or move backward;to become more distant

synonyms-retreat,go back

antonyms-advance,come closer
repast
(noun) a meal,food

synonyms-victuals