10 terms

MS SAT List 6

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amiable
adjective; friendly and easy to like
synonyms; sociable, agreeable
antonyms; unfriendly, disagreeable
gratis
adjective/adverb; done or given without payment
synonyms; free, complimentary, costless
antonyms; restricted, costly
impartial
adjective; not involved in a particular situation, and therefore able to give a fair opinion or advice
synonyms; neutral, fair, unbiased
antonyms; influenced, partial
jaded
adjective; someone who is no longer interested in or excited by something, usually because they have experienced too much of it
synonyms; world-weary, fed-up
antonyms; fresh, enthusiastic
mellow
adjective; not bright, loud, harsh, or strong in flavor; not strict
synonyms; relaxed, soften, calm
antonym; riled up
nonchalant
adjective; behaving calmly and not seeming interested in or worried about anything
synonyms; casual, offhand, cool
antonym; concerned
parody
noun; a piece of writing, music, or an action that copies someone or something in a humorous way
synonyms; imitation, satire, caricature
remorse
noun; a strong feeling of being sorry that you did something bad or wrong
synonyms; regret, sorrow, repentance
antonyms; happiness, satisfaction
trite
adjective; a remark or idea that is boring, not new, and insincere
synonyms; stale, tired, worn
antonym; original
zany
adjective; crazy or unusual in an amusing way
synonyms;
synonyms; wacky, screwy, silly, unconventional
antonym; serious
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