My friend holds strong animosity towards rebel teenagers.
| (v) syn:enmity, rancor, antipathy|
strong dislike; bitter hostility
Men tend to have more apathy than women.
| (n) syn:indifference, disinterest, detachment|
a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
My best friend is always apprehensive towards the future because she's afraid she'll work at McDonalds.
| (adj)syn:worried, nervous, fretful, jittery|
fearful or anxious, especially about the future
The noble knight commended the lovely princess on her eighteenth birthday.
| (v)syn:applaud; entrust|
to praise, express approval; to present as worthy of attention; to commit to the care of
My twin brother is always compatible with me like we can actually read each other's minds.
| (adj) syn: harmonious, in agreement, like-minded|
able to get along or work well together; capable of use with some other model or system
I offered my condolence to her at the funeral when her father passed away.
| (n) syn: commiseration, solace, sympathy|
an expression of sympathy
The bread and blood of Jesus is a consecrate blessing from God.
| (v) syn: devote, dedicate, sanctify|
to make sacred, hallow; to set apart for a special purpose
The decrepit doll in our attic dates back to the seventeen hundreds.
| (adj) syn: infirm, broken-down, rickety, dilapidated|
old and feeble; worn-out, ruined
The bullies always deride the nerdy people.
| (v) syn: mock, scorn, disparage, jeer at|
to ridicule, laugh at with contempt
My parents disallow me to bring pets home but the ingenuous looking puppy tempted me to take it home.
| (adj) syn: naive, artless, guileless, candid|
innocent, simple; frank, sincere
The multifarious trash in the trash can lead many pests into the home.
| (adj) syn: varied, manifold, heterogeneous|
having great variety; numerous and diverse
The company was going bankrupt because their products were obsolete.
| (adj) syn: outmoded, antiquated, passe, old hat|
out-of-date, no longer in use
Humans are omnivorous, we eat all kinds of foods.
| (adj) syn: all-devouring, voracious|
eating every kind of food; eagerly taking in everything, having a wide variety of tastes
Looking at her ragged clothes, she seemed parsimonious
| (adj) syn: frugal, niggardly, penny-pinching, cheap|
stingy, miserly; meager, poor, small
She was in quandary when we asked her to pick one of the two.
| (n) syn: confusion, dilemma, predicament|
state of perplexity or doubt
My little sister is recalcitrant; she never listens to what I tell her.
| (adj) syn: unruly, obstinate, contrary, ornery|
stubbornly disobedient, resisting authority
The reprisal all began when he cheated on her.
| (n) syn: retaliation, revenge, retribution|
an injury done in return for injury
I was delighted when I was invited to the revel.
| (v) syn: relish, savor, bask in, carousere in; |
to take great pleasure in; a wild celebration
The address written on the piece of paper was stultified after rain got on the ink.
| (v) syn: smother, stifle, neutralize, negate|
to make ineffective or useless, cripple; to have a dulling effect on
All eyes were on the suave man when he walked in the room
| (adj) syn: sophisticated, urbane, polished|
smoothly agreeable or polite; pleasing to the senses