36 terms

Vocabulary Workshop Level D Unit 8 Synonyms and Antonyms :)

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assurance
Synonyms: promise, sureness, poise, slef-possession
assurance
Antonyms: Uncertainty, doubt, insecurity
asylum
Synonyms: sanatorium, sanctuary, refuge
console
Synonyms: soothe, solace, alleviate
console
Antonyms: distress, aggravate, bother, vex, torment
dilate
Synonyms: enlarge, expand, swell, prolong
dilate
Antonyms: contract, compress, constrict
dross
Synonyms: rubbish, trash, detritus, dregs, scum
dwindle
Synoyms: decrease, shrink, fade, peter out
dwindle
Antonyms: increase, enlarge, swell, proliferate
flippant
Synonyms: frivolous, impudent, impertinent, insolent
flippant
Antonyms: serious, respectful, deferential, obsequious
immunity
Synonyms: exemption, impunity
immunity
Antonyms: vulnerability, susceptibility, exposure
institute
Synonyms: found, bring about, academy
institute
Antonyms: terminate, discontinue, demolish, raze
liability
Synonyms: handicap, difficulty, impediment, drawback
liability
Antonyms: advantage, asset
preposterous
Synonyms: nonsensical, absurd, incredible
preposterous
Antonyms: sensible, reasonable, realistic, plausible
pugnacious
Synonyms: argumentative, combative, belligerent
pugnacious
Antonyms: peace-loving, friendly, amicable, congenial
rabid
Synonyms: fanatical, zealous, raving, infuriated, berserk
rabid
Antonyms: moderate, restrained, blase, indifferent
realm
Synonyms: domain, duchy, bailiwick, jurisdiction
rejuvenate
Synonyms: revitalize, renew
rejuvenate
Antonyms: wear out, exhaust, enervate, debilitate
remunerate
Synonyms: compensate, satisfy, profit, benefit
sparse
Synonyms: thin, scanty, few and far between
sparse
Antonyms: plentiful, abundant, profuse, teeming
sterling
Synonyms: first-aid, outstanding, worthy, pure
sterling
Antonyms: mediocre, shoddy, second-rate, sham
venture
Synonyms: gamble, try, chance, undertake
venture
Antonyms: withdraw, retire, shrink from, shy away
warp
Synonyms: bend, distort, misshape, irregularity
warp
Antonyms: straighten, unbend, rectify