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  1. lacking distinctive or interesting features or characteristics
    Synonyms- undistinguished, unremarkable, unexceptional, featureless, characterless, faceless, unmemorable, unremarkable, indefinite
    Antonyms- distinctive, distinguishing, characteristic, typical, individual, particular, extraordinary
  2. (of something perceived as hostile, threatening, or negative) become less intense of widespread
    Syn- subside, lessen, decrease, diminish, weaken
    Ant- heighten, rise, intensify, escalate, strengthen, augment
  3. abundant in supply or quantity
    Syn- abundant, surfeit, bountiful, extensive, productive, prolific, fruitful, ample
    Ant- sparse, scant, scanty, scarce
  4. a tendency to be too ready to believe that something is real or true
    Syn- gullibility, trustfulness
    Ant- skepticism
  5. unchanging over time or unable to be changed
    Syn- steady, motionless, fixed, set, rigid, permanent, established
    Ant- mutable, mobile, moveable, transient

5 True/False questions

  1. Notoriety (n.)famous or well known, typically for some bad quality or deed
    Synonyms- infamy, disrepute, ill repute, bad name, dishonor, discredit, ill fame, egromerunt, shame, disgrace
    Antonyms- honor, famed, renown, repute

          

  2. Luminary (n.)a state of perplexity or uncertainty over what to do in a difficult situation
    Synonyms- predicament, plight, difficult situation, awkward situation; trouble, muddle, mess, confusion, difficulty, dilemma, QUAGMIRE, CRISIS
    Antonyms- none

          

  3. Taciturn (adj.)abundant in supply or quantity
    Syn- abundant, surfeit, bountiful, extensive, productive, prolific, fruitful, ample
    Ant- sparse, scant, scanty, scarce

          

  4. Zenith (n.)a short period of rest or relief from something difficult or unpleasant
    Synonyms- rest, break, breathing space, interval, intermission, interlude, recess, lull, pause, time out; relief, relaxation, repose
    Antonyms- none

          

  5. Abet (v.)(of something perceived as hostile, threatening, or negative) become less intense of widespread
    Syn- subside, lessen, decrease, diminish, weaken
    Ant- heighten, rise, intensify, escalate, strengthen, augment