10 terms

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abduct
verb; to kidnap or take by force: synonym: capture, antonym: rescue
adhere
verb; to hold firmly to or stick to something: synonyms: glue, cling, antonym: loosen
aspire
verb; to seek to accomplish a goal: synonyms: desire, hope, antonym: detest
blemish
noun; a flaw that tarnishes the appearance of something; synonyms: imperfection, mark, antonyms: clear, beauty
deface
verb; to ruin the appearance of: synonyms: injure, violate, antonyms: rebuild, protect
nocturnal
adjective; relating to something that occurs at night; synonyms: night, nighttime, antonyms: day, diurnal
perplex
verb; to confuse or to make difficult; synonym: complex, antonym: easy
salutation
noun; a formal greeting; synonym: welcome, antonym: farewell
whimsical
adjective; fanciful or fantasy-like; synonyms: romantic, impractical, antonyms: realistic, practical
wrath
noun; anger and feelings of revenge; synonyms: fury, outrage, antonyms: patience, calmness
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