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Vocabulary Workshop level C unit 10 Synonyms and Antonyms

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accord
s: mutual understanding
a: disagreement, conflict, friction
barter
s: trade, swap
a: sell, buy, purchase
curt
s: rude, brusque, terse, summary
a: civil, courteous, lengthy, create
devise
s: concoct, contrive, work out, design
a: none
dexterous
s: agile, handy, deft
a: clumsy, awkward, ungainly
engross
s: immurse, peroccupy
a: bore, stultify, put to sleep
entail
s: necessitate
a: exclude, ruel out, preclde
ferret
s: track down, sniff our
a: none
habituate
s: acclimate, insure, get used to
a: deprogram, brainwash
impending
s: imminent, upcoming
a: unpleasant, disagreeable, obnoxious
personable
s: charming, agrreavle, likable
a: unpleasant, disagreeable, obnoxious
rue
s: lament, repent
a: cherish
scoff
s: ridicule, laugh at, jeer at
a: take seriously, admire, revere
transition
s: changeover, conversion, switch, passage
a: none
trepidation
s: dread, anxiety, apprehension
a: confidence, self- assutance, poise
upvraid
s: bawl out, reprimand
a: praise, pat on the back
vertiable
s: none
a: false, specious
vex
s: irritate, irk, puzzle, distress
a: please delight, smoothe, mollify
vitality
s: vigor, stamina
a: lifeless, torpor, lethargy
whimsical
s: odd, pecliar, quaint, fanciful
a: serious, sober, matter- of - fact, realistic