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Vocab Unit 7 synonyms,antonyms, and parts of speech

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authorize
(v.) order, entitle, empower / forbid,ban, prohibit
culprit
(n.) lawbreaker,wrongdoer
dawdle
(v.) delay, loiter, dillydally / hurry, hasten, speed up, bustle
dissect
(v.) examine / sew together, fuse, weld
expand
(v.) utilize, consume, disburse / save, hoard
fatality
(n.) casualty, mortality / injury
gullible
(adj.) trsuting, innocent, naive, credulous / suspicious, skeptical
illicit
(adj.) illegal, unauthorized, forbidden / legal, lawful, permissible, aboveboard
immerse
(v.) dunk, engross / dredge up, pull out
inflammatory
(adj.) provoking, incendiary, provocative
memorandum
(n.) reminder
pathetic
(adj.) moving, distressing, pitiable, heartrending / funny, hilarioius, frightening
persevere
(v.) plg away, pursue, stick to it / give up, despair, throw in the towel, quit
prevaricate
(v.) fib, stretch the truth, eqivocate / tell the truth
quash
(v.) supress / start, kindle, ignite, encourage
relish
(n.),(v.) pleasure, gusto, take delight in / dislike, loathe, hate, despise
reminisce
(v.) remember, recollect
scour
(v.) scrub, search, comb / dirty, soil
tribute
(n.) praise,honor, homage, recognition, commendation, glorification, money, tax, levy
writhe
(v.) twist, sqirm, thrash