10 terms

MS SAT List 5

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aversion
noun: a strong dislike of something or someone
synonyms: distaste, dislike, hatred
antonym: liking
behemoth
noun: something that is very large
synonyms: beast, huge, mammoth
antonym: runt
contemporary
adjective: belonging to the present time
synonyms: current, fashionable, present-day
antonyms: old, outdated
fickle
adjective: describes someone who always changes their mind about people or thing they like, so you cannot depend on them
synonyms: indecisive, inconsistent, changeable
antonyms: constant, consistent
genre
noun: a particular type of art, writing, books, music, etc. which has certain features
synonyms: type, sort, category
hiatus
noun: a break or interruption in an activity
synonyms: pause, lull, interval
antonyms: continuation
larceny
noun: the act or crime of stealing
synonyms: robbery, theft
scapegoat
noun: someone who is blamed for something bad that happens, even though it's not their fault
synonyms: victim, culprit, fall guy
virtuoso
noun: someone who is a very skillful performer, especially in music
synonyms: artist, maestro, expert
antonyms: inexperienced
zenith
noun: the most successful point in the development of something; the highest point
synonyms: peak, summit, pinnacle
antonyms: base, depths
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