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Randolph vocab workshop level G Section 4 synonyms and antonyms

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Atrophy
syn - (n.) degeneration, deterioration (v.) wither; ant- (n.) growth, development; (v.) mature, develop
Bastion
stronghold, citadel, rampart, bulwark, parapet
Concord
atn - disagreement, strife, discord
Consummate
syn - (adj.) masterful; (v.) clinch, conclude; atn - (v.) launch, initiate, begin, kick off
disarray
syn - (n.) disorganizatio; (v.) dishevel, mess up; atn - (n.) organization, order tidiness
exigency
syn - requirement, crisis
flotsam
syn - floating wreckage
frenetic
syn - frenzied, frantic, overwrought; atn - calm, controlled, relaxed, leisurely
glean
syn - collect, cull, pick up
grouse
syn - (v.) gripe, kvetch, bellyache
incarcerate
syn - intern, immure; atn - liverate, release, free
incumbent
syn - (adj.) mandatory, necessary; atn - (adj.) optional, unnecessary
jocular
syn - waggish, facetious, droll, witty; atn - humorless, solemn, grave, earnest, grim
ludicrous
syn - risible, preposterous; atn - heartrending, poignant, pathetic
mordant
syn - acrimonious, acidulous, sardonic, scathing; atn - bland, mild, gentle, soothing
nettle
syn - (v.) peeve, annoy, incense, gall, irk; atn - (v.) please, delight, sooth, pacify
pecuniary
syn - monetary, financial
pusillanimous
syn - craven, lily-livered; atn - stouthearted, courageous, daring
recumbent
syn - prone, prostrate, supine, inactive; atn - erect, upright, energetic, dynamic
stratagem
syn - ruse, trick, ploy, subterfuge