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Vocab Lesson 5

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blemish
a mark or stain which damages the appearance of something; weakness or flaw
blunt
having a dull point or edge; not sharp ; an honest but insensitive way of speaking
capable
able and prepared to so something ; fit or skilled
conclude
to finish ; to bring something to an end ; to decide after careful thought
detect
to find or discover something ; notice
fatigue
weariness or exhaustion from work or lack of sleep ; to make very tired
festive
having to do with a feast or celebration
hospitality
a friendly welcome and treatment of guests
nomad
a member of a people who move from place to place ; a person who roams aimlessly
persecute
to treat unjustly or cause to suffer
supreme
higest in power, rank, authority, quality or degree
transport
to move or carry from one place to another ; a vehicle used to move things from place to place
blemish
synonyms are scar, spot, smudge, a defect weak spot
blunt
synonyms are dull, outspoken, frank, direct
capable
synonyms are qualified, able
conclude
synonyms are to close, complete, stop, to reason, judge
detect
synonyms are to find, observe, spot
fatigue
synonyms are tiredness, sleepiness, weakness, to tire
festive
synonyms are happy, merry, playful
hospitality
synonyms are friendlyness, generousity, warmth
nomad
synonyms are wanderer, roamer, rover
persecute
synonyms are to torment, hurt, annoy, pester
surpreme
synonyms are first, greatest, dominant, outstanding
transport
synonyms are to carry, haul, cart, send, convey
blunt
antonyms are sharp, keen, tactful, diplomatic, to sharpen
capable
antonyms are unqualified, incapable, unfit
conclude
antonyms are to open, begin, start, commence
detect
antonyms are to miss, overlook
fatigue
antonyms are liveliness, energy, to energize, perk up
festive
antonyms are sad, gloomy, somber
hospitality
antonyms are unfriendlyness, hostility
persecute
antonyms are to reward, favor, comfort, help, protect
supreme
antonyms are low, lowly, worst
separate
to set or keep apart
tomorrow
on or for the day after today
occasion
a favorable opportunity or circumstance ; special event or ceremony
occasion
synonyms are event, celebration, incident
separate
synonyms are devise, part, sever, divorce
separate
antonyms are attach, connect, join