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Vocab - Unit 11 Synonyms/Antonyms

STUDY
PLAY
vindictive
committed a VENGEFUL crime against his accuser (syn)
hearth
a peaceful scene by the FIREPLACE (syn)
mar
tall buildings that would SPOIL the view (syn)
wilt
started to DROOP from the heat (syn)
implore
will BEG the officer not to arrest her son (syn)
stalemate
a match that ended in a STANDOFF (syn)
emblem
wears an INSIGNIA on his collar (syn)
overture
refused to make the first OFFER (syn)
pact
signed the TREATY that would end the fighting (syn)
dialogue
was spellbound by the play's opening CONVERSATION (syn)
lax
NEGLIGENT in her duties (syn)
misdemeanor
to treat the crime as a PETTY OFFENSE (syn)
innumerable
a flock of birds that seemed BEYOND RECKONING (syn)
narrative
picked up where the TALE left off (syn)
mull
would THINK over the new proposal (syn)
gigantic
photographed the DIMINUTIVE species (ant)
havoc
created CALM with his music (ant)
ajar
left the windows SHUT (ant)
adequate
has INSUFFICIENT funds to complete the job (ant)
infamous
met the ILLUSTRIOUS politician (ant)