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Energetic, lively, fast;cool and fresh
brisk
To feel or show great love for;to value highly;to take special care of.
cherish
Showing concern or feelings for others.
considerate
To force to move or flee; to move out of posotion.
displace
A sudden fall from power or posotion; a sudden and heavy snow or rain.
downfall
(verb) To form a rough judgement about the size, quantity, or value of something. (noun) A rough calculation; a carefull guess.
estimate
To hurt someone's self respect or pride.
humiliate
Exactly the same, alike in every way.
identical
Not correct; showing bad manners or taste.
improper
(noun) A collecting of votes;(usually plural!) a place where voting takes place; a collecting of opinions.(verb)
To receive votes; to vote to question people to collect opinions.
poll
To make calk: to ease pain or sorrow.
soothe
the area near a place, the surrounding region.
vicinity
ANYTONYM-slow, dull, sluggish
brisk
ANTONYM-thoughtless, self-centered, selfish.
considerate
ANTONYM-triumph, success
downfall
ANYTONYM-to honor, applaud, praise.
humiliate
ANYTONYM-unlike, different, opposite.
identical
ANYTONYM-to excite, upset; hurt or worsen.
soothe
SYNONYM-to treasure, hold dear, honor; to prize, preserve.
cherish
SYNONYM-to uproot,excel evict, dislodge.
displace
SYNONYM-(verb) to figure, judge. (noun) a calculation,opinion.
estimate
SYNONYM-incorrect,wrong,
impolite,unsuitable,rude.
improper
SYNONYM-(noun) an election;a survey, tally. (verb) to interview, tally up.
poll
SYNONYM-neighborgood, area, surroundings.
vicinity