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Vocab Workshop Level D Unit 10 Synonyms and Antonyms

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adept
s: masterful, accomplished, proficient
adept
a: clumsy, unskilled, maladroit; novice
aspire
s: seek, yearn, aim for, soar
bleak
s: grim, cheerless, gloomy, desolate, barren
bleak
a: rosy, cheerful, sunny, promising, encouraging
chide
s: upbraid, reprimand, rebuke, chastise
chide
a: approve, praise, compliment
despicable
s: low, vile, cheap, sordid, detestable
despicable
a: praiseworthy, commendable, meritorious
diminutive
s: undersized, miniature, tiny, compact
diminutive
a: oversized, gigantic, huge, enormous
emancipate
s: set loose, unchain, unshackle, unfetter
emancipate
a: enslave, snare, chain, shackle
erroneous
s: mistaken, fallacious, all wrong
erroneous
a: accurate, correct, exact, unerring
exploit
s: (v) utilize, turn to advantage, misuse
extemporaneous
s: spontaneous, impromptu, off-the-cuff
extemporaneous
a: planned, rehearsed, prepared
impair
s: injure, mar, disable, cripple, enervate
impair
a: improve, strengthen, promote, advance
invincible
s: unconquerable, indomitable, insuperable
invincible
a: vulnerable, conquerable, surmountable
languid
s: lazy, sluggish, listless, slack, lethargic
languid
a: lively, energetic, vigorous, enlivening
mire
s: (n) marsh, swamp, bog, slough
obtrusive
s: brash, impudent, conspicuous, protruding
obtrusive
a: meek, reserved, deferential, recessed
preamble
s: opening, preface, prologue, preliminary
preamble
a: conclusion, ending, closing, epilogue
render
s: present, furnish, submit, make, effect
rugged
s: rocky, craggy, brunt, harsh, hardy, tough
rugged
a: smooth, flat, soft, mild, tender, delicate
skeptical
s: dubious, suspicious, incredulous
skeptical
a: believing, credulous, gullible, ingenuous
slipshod
s: messy, untidy, slovenly, slapdash, cursory
slipshod
a: tidy, neat, orderly, careful, painstaking