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Vocabulary Workshop Level C Unit 6 Synonyms and Antonyms

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Abashed
Antonyms: unembarrassed, unashamed
Aloof
Synonyms: distant, cold, standoffish
Antonyms: involved, social
Anguish
Synonyms: (n.) misery, woe, torment
Antonyms: (n.) joy, delight, peace of mind
Articulate
Synonyms: (v.) enunciate, expound (adj.) glib, eloquent
Antonyms: (adj.) tongue-tied, mumbled, incoherent
Bask
Synonyms: wallow, revel
Finesse
Synonyms: (n.) delicacy, subtlety
Antonyms (n.) clumsiness, awkwardness
Flaunt
Synonyms: show off, parade
Antonyms: hide, downplay
Genial
Synonyms: friendly, amiable
Antonyms: cold, unfriendly, unsociable
Forthright
Synonyms: candid, blunt
Antonyms: indirect, evasive, deceitful, two-fced
Instill
Synonyms: implant, infuse, inculcate
Antonyms: root out, eradicate, extirpate
Ostracize
Synonyms: cast out, expel, blackball, snub
Antonyms: fraternize with, associate with
Premonition
Synonyms: presentiment
Pseudonym
Synonym: nom de plume
Purge
Synonyms: (v.) cleanse, purify
Antonyms: (v.) pollute, contaminate, defile
Rehabilitate
Synonyms: reclaim, rebuild, reform
Repercussion
Antonyms: cause, source
Resolute
Synonyms: steadfast, unflinching
Antonyms: weak, spineless, indecisive
Retentive
Antonyms: porous, forgetful
Scapegoat
Synonyms: fall guy, whipping boy