Sadlier-oxford level orange unit 6

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blossom

(N) a flower or group of flowers; the state or time of flowering
(V) to have or produce flowers, to develop, open up, or appear

blossom

synonym - (N) a bloom, bud
(V) tounfold, flouish, grow

blossom

antonym-to shrink, wither, fade

collide

to strike against each other with force; to clash

collide

synonym-to crash, smash, hit, slam; to conflict

collide

antonym-to avoid, evade, elude; to agree, consent, settle

constant

never stopping; happening over and over again; staying the same; loyal, steady or faithful

constant

synonym-continuous, unchanging, endless, regular; true,

constant

antonym-variable, changeable, irregular, random; faithless, fickle

content

(adj) pleased with or accepting of; not wanting anything else
(N) an amount that is held or contained; the meaning or subject of

content

synonym- (Adj) satisfied, comfortable, fulfilled
(N) the gist, theme

content

antonym-dissatisfied, unhappy, restless

distract

to draw attention to something else or cause to turn aside; to confuse or disturb

distract

synonym-to divert, sidetract, interfere; bother, interrupt

distract

antonym-to focus, explain, concentrate

drought

a long time without rain; a prolonged shortage

drought

synonym-dryness; a lack

drought

antonym-a drenching, flood; a surplus, glut

foul

(adj) unpleasant to the senses; dirty, clogged or polluted;
(N) a violation of the rules; a ball that goes outside boundary lines
(V) to pllute or make filthy; to break the rules of the game

foul

synonym-(Adj) offensive, nasty, smelly
(V)-to soil, contaminate

foul

antonym- (adj) attractive, clean, clear, fair, honest, pure
(V) to clean, purify

noble

(Adj) of high birth or rank; outstanding; of good moral character
(N) someone of high rank or birth

noble

synonym-(Adj) highborn; splendid, majestic; honorable
(N) aristocrat

noble

antonym- (Adj) base, ignoble, lowly
(N) a commoner

policy

a plan, set of rules, or way to act; a written insurance contract

policy

synonym-guidelines, procedures; a code, system, practice

quiver

(N) a case used to hold arrows; a trembling or shaking motion
(V) to shake or tremble

quiver

synonym - (N) a sheath; a tremor, shiver
(V) to shudder, flutter, quake, vibrate

slight

(Adj) small in size or degree, not much; not important
(V) to treat as unimportant; to make light of
(N) an act of neglect or discourtesy

slight

synonym-(Adj) slender, minor, trivial
(V) to neglect, snub
(N) an insult

slight

antonym- (Adj) husky, muscular, large, strong; important, major
(N) a compliment

tidy

(adj) neat and in good order; comfortable or large in amount
(V) to put things in neat or proper order

tidy

synonym- (Adj) orderly, clean, trim; generous, substantial
(V) to neaten, organize

tidy

antonym-(adj) messy, disorderly, sloppy; small
(V) to litter, jumble, clutter

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