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Select All antipathy (n.) a strong dislike, hostile feeling Synonyms: hostility, enmity, aversion Antonyms: attraction, appeal, allure Sentence: Apart from the mutual _____ that existed between them, their lives took different directions. applicable (adj.) capable of being applied; relevant, suitable Synonyms: appropriate, fit, apt Antonyms: inappropriate, unsuitable, irrelevant Sentence: The book I was reading for pleasure was _____ to the paper I was writing for history, so I used it as a reference. asset (n.) something of value; a resource; an advantage Synonyms: property, possession, holding Antonyms: drawback, handicap, liability Sentence: Since she had lived in the city for years and I had just moved here, my new friend was also a(n) _____ during my relocation. beset (v.) to attack from all sides; to surround, hem in; (adj., part.) harassed, troubled; studded (as with jewels) Synonyms: assail, harass, badger Sentence: The little dog was _____ by coyotes and didn't look as if he could get away - but he did! compassion (n.) sympathy for another's suffering; pity Synonyms: concern, commiseration, empathy Antonyms: indifference, callousness, heartlessness Sentence: The poor woman was crying in the middle of the airport; of course someone had _____ on her and stopped to help her! decorum (n.) proper behavior, good taste; orderliness Synonyms: seemliness, good form, propriety Antonyms: impropriety, bad form, bad taste Sentence: It is important when one goes to the symphony to have the proper _____ for the event by acting and dressing appropriately. duress (n.) compulsion by threat; forcible confinement Synonyms: intimidation, coercion Antonyms: persuasion, coaxing, sweet talk Sentence: I did NOT agree to go to the function - I was forced by _____! exuberant (adj.) high-spirited, enthusiastic, unrestrained; excessive, abundant Synonyms: lively, ebullient, irrepressible Antonyms: depressed, despondent, sulky Sentence: When the team won the state championship, the whole town was _____ and excited! facsimile (n.) an exact copy Synonyms: replica, duplicate, reproduction Antonyms: variation, modification, permutation Sentence: I sent a(n) _____ of the contract through the fax machine. imbibe (v.) to drink; to take in, absorb Synonyms: swallow, gulp, quaff, assimilate Antonyms: eject, emit, expel Sentence: Although AlkaSeltzer tastes wicked, he chose to _____ the liquid to help his tummy-ache. implacable (adj.) not to be satisfied or pacified; unyielding Synonyms: relentless, inexorable, unappeasable Antonyms: lenient, indulgent, permissive Sentence: They have a(n) _____ appetite for Cheez-its; They just cannot get enough! infinitesimal (adj.) so small as to be almost immeasurable; minute Synonyms: tiny, minuscule, microscopic Antonyms: vast, immense, huge Sentence: Even a(n) _____ amount of pollen in the air can still make those with allergies miserable. innocuous (adj.) harmless, inoffensive; insignificant Synonyms: feeble, impotent, unobjectionable Antonyms: harmful, dangerous Sentence: The _____ remarks made by coach after we lost the game made us laugh and forget our loss. militate (v.) to have effect or force on or against someone or something, fight against Synonyms: counter, oppose, work against Sentence: He used my position as professor to _____ the situation and influence the school to lighten the punishment on the protesting students. patent (n.) exclusive rights over an invention; copyright; (v.) to arrange or obtain such rights; (adj.) plain, open to view; copyrighted Synonyms: exclusive license, evident Antonyms: concealed, hidden, secret Sentence: Since someone did not get a(n) _____ for the wheelie shoes they invented, someone else got all the rights! prowess (n.) distinguished bravery; superior skill or ability Synonyms: valor, courage, heroism Antonyms: cowardice, incompetence Sentence: The _____ with which the officer commanded the troops during battle explained how he had become an officer. sedate (adj.) quiet, settled, sober; (v.) to administer a tranquilizer Synonyms: unruffled, composed, cool and collected Antonyms: loud, brash, flashy, flamboyant Sentence: Her _____ manner made me curious since usually she was loud and much more boisterous. stentorian (adj.) extremely loud Synonyms: thundering, booming, deafening Antonyms: hushed, inaudible, whispered Sentence: The _____ voice with which he spoke made it unnecessary for a microphone; they actually moved back because his voice was so loud. stipulate (v.) to arrange specifically; to require as a condition of agreement Synonyms: specify, contract, provide for Sentence: As we sat in his office, the president was preparing to _____ the terms of the contract before either of us would sign. ultimatum (n.) a final proposal or statement of conditions Synonyms: final terms Sentence: She gave him a(n) _____: He could propose to her or break up with her.