(v.) to make less in amount, degree, etc. SYN: diminish, decrease. ANT: intensify, increase
(n.) praise or flattery that is excessive. SYN: adoration, idolization. ANT: ridicule, scorn.
(n.) an object of intense dislike. SYN: malediction, imprecation. ANT: benediction, blessing.
(adj.) shrewd, craftly. SYN: smart, acute. ANT: obtuse, dumb.
(n.) a greedy desire. SYN: cupidity, rapacity.
(adj.) deserving blame. SYN: guilty, delinquent. ANT: blameless, innocent.
(adj.) tending to delay or procrastinate. SYN: stalling, tardy. ANT: prompt, punctual.
(adj.) conspicuous, standing out. SYN: glaring, flagrant. ANT: unnoticeable, paltry
(v.) to speak or act in way that has more than one interpretation. SYN: palter, hedge. ANT: to speak one's mind plainly
(adj.) vanishing. SYN: ephemeral, transient. ANT: everlasting, immortal.
(adj.) unable to make up one's mind. SYN: indecisive, wavering. ANT: determined, decisive
(adj.) cloudlike. SYN: hazy, fuzzy, vague. ANT: distinct, clear.
(n.) a beginner. SYN: trainee, apprentice. ANT: pro, expert
(n.) extreme poverty. SYN: want, indigence. ANT: abundance, luxury.
(adj.) done for show to make a big impression. SYN: inflated, affected. ANT: unassuming, modest.
(v.) to review a series of facts. SYN: review, summarize.
(v.) to revive, bring back to existance. SYN: revitalize, reactivate.
(adj.) untidy, dirty. SYN: unkempt, shipshod. ANT: neat, tidy.
(n.) something that is assumed or taken for granted. SYN: assumption, presumption
(adj.) inactive, sluggish, dull. SYN: sluggish, lethargic. ANT: energetic, dynamic.
expressed briefly and clearly; (clothing) lacking in fullness of cut
a small or moderate amount