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Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level B Unit 10 synonyms and antonyms

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bellow
SYNONYM: yell, bawl, holler, howl
bellow
ANTONYM: whisper, murmur
beneficiary
SYNONYM: recipient, heir
botch
SYNONYM:: foul up, bungle, mangle
clutter
SYNONYM:: litter, confusion
dilapidated
SYNONYM:: in disrepair, deteriorated, gone to seed
dilapidated
ANTONYM: shipshape, trim
dismantle
SYNONYM:: disassemble
dismantle
ANTONYM: put together, assemble, construct
farce
SYNONYM:: buffoonery, mockery
farce
ANTONYM: tragedy, melodrama, tearjerker
futile
SYNONYM:: fruitless, vain, ineffective
futile
ANTONYM: successful, effective
grueling
SYNONYM:: exhausting, punishing, taxing
grueling
ANTONYM: easy, effortless
hospitable
SYNONYM:: gracious, cordial, courteous
hospitable
ANTONYM: unfriendly, cold, icy, chilly
lair
SYNONYM:: nest, burrow, hideaway
lavish
SYNONYM:: excessive, profuse
lavish
ANTONYM: stingy, meager, begrudge, stint, deny
morbid
SYNONYM:: depressed, unsound, "sick"
morbid
ANTONYM: wholesomeness, healthy, cheerful, blithe
notorious
SYNONYM:: disgraceful, infamous, disreputable
notorious
ANTONYM: unknown, obscure, respectable
pamper
SYNONYM: coddle, cater to, indulge
pamper
ANTONYM: abuse, maltreat, mistreat, discipline
parasite
SYNONYM: sponger, freeloader, leech
shirk
SYNONYM: duck, sidestep
shirk
ANTONYM: fulfill, perform, shoulder, take on
surplus
SYNONYM: glut, surfeit, overage
surplus
ANTONYM: shortge, lack, dearth, paucity
timidity
SYNONYM: fearfullness, fainthearted
timidity
ANTONYM: fearlessness, boldness, intrepidity
veto
SYNONYM:: turn down, nix, forbid
veto
ANTONYM: approve, endorse, ratify, confirm
clutter
ANTONYM: order, tidiness, neatness