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20 terms

unit 12 level c ant& syn

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abdicate
synonyms: step down, relinquish, renounce
antonyms: retain
bestow
synonyms: grant, confer, lodge, put up
antonyms: receive, take, take back, take away
capacious
synonyms: spacious, commodious
antonyms: cramped, confined, restricted, narrow
caustic
synonyms: burning, corrosive, sharp
antonyms: bland, mild, sugary, saccharine
crusade
synonyms: (n) campaign, organized movement
deface
synonyms: mar, disfigure
antonyms: repair, restore, renovate, recondition
embargo
synonyms: (n) stoppage, ban, boycott
fallacy
synonyms: misconception
antonyms: sound reasoning, logic
levity
synonyms: giddiness, flippancy, frivolity, fickleness
antonyms: seriousness, humorless, solemnity
mendicant
synonyms: (n) panhandler
antonyms: (n) millionaire, philanthropist
nauseate
synonyms: sicken, disgust
antonyms: delight, tickle pink
negate
synonyms: cancel, invalidate, annul
antonyms: affirm, confirm, corroborate, buttress
pivotal
synonyms: crucial, critical, decisive, seminal
antonyms: unimportant, insignificant
recipient
synonyms: (n) receiver, beneficiary
antonyms: (n) donor, benefactor, contributor
ruse
synonyms: stratagem, subterfuge, dodge
teem
synonyms: abound, swarm, overflow
antonyms: lack, be wanting
tenet
synonyms: doctrine, precept
tractable
synonyms: submissive, docile, yielding, amenable
antonyms: unruly, obstreperous, refractory
ungainly
synonyms: graceless
antonyms: nimble, agile, supple, graceful
voracious
synonyms: gluttonous, insatiable, avid
antonyms: indifferent, apathetic