Wordmasters Blue List 1 2018
Terms in this set (25)
a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money)
synonyms: bonanza, boom, bunce, godsend, gold rush, gravy
2. (noun) fruit that has fallen from the tree
synonym: edible fruit
1. (noun) 1. the dressed hairy coat of a mammal
synonyms: hide, skin
2. (verb) 1. attack and bombard with or as if with missiles.
synonyms: pepper, attack
3. (v) cast, hurl, or throw repeatedly with some missile
Synonyms: bombard, throw
4. (v) Rain heavily
synonyms: pour, rain buckets, rain cats and dogs, stream
1. (adjective) not properly maintained or cared for, rude, uncombed.
synonyms: untidy, uncombed, unkept, scruffy, messy
antonyms: clean, ordered, tidy, neat
1.(verb) to fight or struggle in a confused way at close range.
synonyms: wrestle, tustle, grapple
antonyms: surrender, make peace
2.(v) to walk by dragging one's feet
Synonyms: shuffle, drag, scuff
3. (noun) disorderly fighting
Synonyms: dogfight, hassle, rough-and-tumble, tussle
4. (noun) a hoe that is used by pushing rather than pulling
1. (verb) flow back or recede
Antonyms: surge, tide, increase, enlarge
1. (adjective) small in amount or degree.
synonyms: light, little, scant, small
antonyms: considerable, extreme, intense
2. not important; insignificant.
synonyms: insignificant, petty, trivial, unimportant
3. thin; slender.
synonyms: lean, slender, slim, spare, thin
antonyms: burly, stocky
4.( Noun) an act of ignoring another or treating with neglect; snub.
synonyms: snub, insult, ignore
definition: one of several rows or layers placed one above another
synonyms: category, layer, row
1.abnormal heart sound
2.a soft, indistinct, continuous sound, such as that made by low voices in conversation.
synonyms: babble, buzz, sough, whisper
1 (adj) of great size and bulk
"a hulking figure of a man"
Synonyms: big, large, massive, bulky, gargantuan, gigantic imposing, lumbering
antonyms: dwarfed, little, miniature, miniscule, small
1: a minor short term fight.
synonyms: scrimmage, brush, clash, encounter
2. a relatively minor conflict or dispute.
synonyms:bicker, dispute, quarrel,scrap, spat, squabble, tiff, tussle
(v.) to lose size, strength, or power
synonyms: weaken, wither, ebb
antonyms: grow, swell, develop, enhance, enlarge
( adj) not easy to restrict; difficult or impossible to control; wild.
antonyms: docile, obedient
(noun) 1.a group of many things in the air or on the ground.
(verb) 1.move in large numbers
Synonyms: pour, pullulate, stream, teem
1: to make soft, hissing sounds like things rubbing together.
2: to cause to make a soft, hissing sound
3: to steal livestock.
1. a soft hissing sound.
1. outspokenly disrespectful
synonyms: mouthy, rude, smart-mouthed, disrespectful
antonyms: polite, reserved
an extremely poor person
Synonyms: beggar, bum
having a very large amount of matter; big and heavy; solid.
synonyms:huge, enormous, gigantic
antonyms: small, puny, tiny
1. to attack with bombs, cannon fire, or artillery.
synonyms: shell, pelt
2. to attack with many questions.
synonyms: strike, pepper
1. a very large amount; plentiful supply.
synonyms: bountifulness, mass, mine, plentifulness, quantity, store, wealth
antonyms: lack, shortage
to eat or swallow in a greedy way.
synonyms: consume, gobble, wolf
antonyms: nibble, preserve
1. having a lot of money; rich; wealthy.
synonyms: prosperous, rich, wealthy, well-off
antonyms: destitute, poor, pauper
(n.) a rapid large-scale outpouring of something
Synonyms: bombardment, shelling, volley, blast
(noun.) a secret store of valuables or money
Synonyms: cache, stash, safe, pile,
antonyms: debt, lack, need, poverty
(verb.) to collect or save up as a hoard.
synonyms: reserve, store
(adjective)1. people who are noisy, rough, and out of control
synonyms: disorderly, rambunctious, rough, unruly
the condition of being poor; a lack of money.
antonyms:luxury, riches, success, wealth