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  1. famous or well known, typically for some bad quality or deed
    Synonyms- infamy, disrepute, ill repute, bad name, dishonor, discredit, ill fame, egromerunt, shame, disgrace
    Antonyms- honor, famed, renown, repute
  2. a person who inspires or influences others, esp. one prominent in a particular sphere
    Synonyms- leading light, guiding light, inspiration, role model, personage, somebody
    Antonyms- nobody, no one
  3. (of something perceived as hostile, threatening, or negative) become less intense of widespread
    Syn- subside, lessen, decrease, diminish, weaken
    Ant- heighten, rise, intensify, escalate, strengthen, augment
  4. unchanging over time or unable to be changed
    Syn- steady, motionless, fixed, set, rigid, permanent, established
    Ant- mutable, mobile, moveable, transient
  5. well-known for some bad quality or deed
    Syn- notorious, disreputable, dishonorable, dishonorary
    Ant- reputable, honorable, prestigious, established, trustworthy

5 True/False questions

  1. Mendicant (adj.) (n.)given to begging, a beggar
    Syn- codger, moocher
    Ant- none

          

  2. Quandary (n.)a person who inspires or influences others, esp. one prominent in a particular sphere
    Synonyms- leading light, guiding light, inspiration, role model, personage, somebody
    Antonyms- nobody, no one

          

  3. Nondescript (adj.)abundant in supply or quantity
    Syn- abundant, surfeit, bountiful, extensive, productive, prolific, fruitful, ample
    Ant- sparse, scant, scanty, scarce

          

  4. Nadir (n.)the lowest point in the fortunes of a person or organization
    Synonyms- lowest point, lowest level, all-time low, bottom, rock-bottom
    Antonyms- zenith, highest point, high point, crowning point, height, top, acme, peak, pinnacle, apex, apogee, crown, crest, summit, climax,

          

  5. Abet (v.)(of something perceived as hostile, threatening, or negative) become less intense of widespread
    Syn- subside, lessen, decrease, diminish, weaken
    Ant- heighten, rise, intensify, escalate, strengthen, augment

          

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