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BG English 2 Lists 1-10 SYN

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divulge
unveil; disclose
abet
promote; incite
dogmatic
dictatorial
insipid
flat; lifeless
extraneous
irrelevant
coerce
compel
jaundiced
skeptical; cynical
meticulous
fastidious
temerity
audacity
gregarious
genial; friendly
docile
submissive; compliant
libation
intoxicant
anathema
condemnation
banter
joshing; badinage
castigate
reprimand
gauche
awkward
ignominy
disgrace; infamy
motley
varied
emaciated
withered
avarice
acquisitiveness
furtive
sneaky
extradite
deport
copious
profuse
irascrible
irratable
bastion
stronghold
jettison
deploy; throw away
ostracize
excile
bigot
racist; extremist
expunge
obliterate
candid
frank; direct
argot
jargon
negligence
carelessness
appease
mollify
strident
shrill
chaos
confusion; jumble
augment
expand
rancor
animosity
inexorable
relentlessness
extol
exault; laud
clement
forbearing
cliche
banality
adamant
stubborn
diffident
timid
ostensible
supposed
disparity
gap
condome
pardon; excuse
nuance
graduation; shade
enigma
riddle; puzzle
apathy
indifferance
officious
meddlesome; interfering
credence
faith; confidence
jaunty
confident; poised
dilettante
amateur; trifler
cult
sect
cynical
skeptical
ambivalent
uncertain; wavering
demagogue
rabble-rouser
demure
prim
interpid
bold fearless
destitiute
impoverished; penniless
erudite
educated
abate
subside;decrease
decorum
propriety
abhor
despise; loath
droll
quaint
duplicity
deception
austere
strict
emulate
copy
sere
desiccated; arid
enhance
imporve; heighten
contrite
repentant
magnanimous
generous
enunciate
articulate
collaborate
cooperate
impound
confiscate
impeccable
immaculate;faultless
evoke
conjure up; elicit
inane
foolish; insipid
unctuous
oily
frowzy
slovenly
heinous
abhorrent;horrid
expound
elaborate
cajole
coax; wheedle
inscrutable
enigmatic
balk
hestitate; object
acrimony
animosity
dour
forbidding
exult
celebrate
feasible
possible; doable
fiasco
disaster
metier
forte
fluctuate
waver; vacillate
harry
bother; pester
lethargy
torpor; lassitude