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15 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Unit 3 Level G Antonyms
credence
decry
distraught
eulogy
disbelief, skepticism, incredulity
tout, commend, extol, laud, praise
calm, collected
philippic, invective
credence
disbelief, skepticism, incredulity
decry
tout, commend, extol, laud, praise
15 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level B Unit 11 Antonyms
adequate
ajar
dialogue
gigantic
insufficient
closed tight, shut, open wide
monologue, soliloquy
tiny, infinitesimal, diminutive
adequate
insufficient
ajar
closed tight, shut, open wide
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford Level F Unit 1 Antonyms
approbation
assuage
coalition
decadence
disapproval, condemnation, censure
intensify, aggravate, exacerbate
splinter group
rise, growth, development, maturation
approbation
disapproval, condemnation, censure
assuage
intensify, aggravate, exacerbate
14 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level B Unit 12 Antonyms
abound
despondent
heartrending
leisurely
lack, want
jubilant, elated
amusing, funny, hilarious
hasty, hurried, rushed, hectic
abound
lack, want
despondent
jubilant, elated
16 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level F Unit 4 Antonyms
affable
aggrandize
amorphous
contraband
surly, cantankerous, dour, inhospitable
reduce, decrease, diminish
definite, well-defined, clear-cut
legal, lawful, licit
affable
surly, cantankerous, dour, inhospitable
aggrandize
reduce, decrease, diminish
Sadlier Oxford Level F Unit 4 Antonyms
Affable
Aggrandize
Amorphous
Aura
surly, cantankerous, dour, inhospitable
reduce, decrease, diminish
definite, well-defined, clear-cut
No antonyms: Aura
Affable
surly, cantankerous, dour, inhospitable
Aggrandize
reduce, decrease, diminish
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford Level E Unit 2 Synonyms/Antonyms
another incentive to do a good job
a shocking case of fraud
rescued dozens of people from the larg…
described as the paragon of graciousness
impetus
duplicity
holocaust
quintessence
another incentive to do a good job
impetus
a shocking case of fraud
duplicity
16 terms
Sadlier Oxford Level C unit 2 antonyms
avowed
banter
bountiful
congested
unacknowledged, undisclosed
serious talk
scarce, scanty, in short supply
uncluttered, unimpeded
avowed
unacknowledged, undisclosed
banter
serious talk
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford Level F Unit 5 Antonyms
amnesty
autonomy
axiomatic
blazon
NONE
dependence, subjection, colonial status
questionable, dubious, controversial
hide, conceal, cover up, bury
amnesty
NONE
autonomy
dependence, subjection, colonial status
39 terms
Sadlier Oxford Level H Unit 9 Antonyms
beatitude
beatitude
bete noire
bete noire
misery
despair
pet
idol
beatitude
misery
beatitude
despair
12 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level C Unit 7 Antonyms
acme
belittle
excise
exotic
low point, bottom, nadir
exaggerate, magnify, overestimate
put in, insert, interpolate
native, indigenous, familiar, commonplace
acme
low point, bottom, nadir
belittle
exaggerate, magnify, overestimate
39 terms
Sadlier Oxford Level G Unit 6 antonyms
abject
abject
abject
agnostic
lofty
noble
exalted
believer
abject
lofty
abject
noble
14 terms
Sadlier-Oxford: Level G: Unit 8 antonyms
Allege
Badinage
Conciliate
Countermand
prove
sermon
antagonize, alienate, estrange
reaffirm, reassert
Allege
prove
Badinage
sermon
17 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level B Unit 9 Antonyms
accelerate
bystander
casual
downtrodden
slow down, retard, decelerate
active participant
formal, serious, premeditated, intentional
uplifted, liberated
accelerate
slow down, retard, decelerate
bystander
active participant
18 terms
Sadlier-Oxford, Level D, Unit 2 Antonyms
adjourn
alien
comely
compensate
ANTONYMS: open, call to order
ANTONYMS: (adj.) native, endemic
ANTONYMS: plain, homely, ugly, repulsive
ANTONYMS: fail to reward, stiff
adjourn
ANTONYMS: open, call to order
alien
ANTONYMS: (adj.) native, endemic
29 terms
Unit 2 - Grade 5 Sadlier-Oxford Antonyms
Abandon
Abandon
Abandon
Assault
to continue
forsake
remain
to protect
Abandon
to continue
Abandon
forsake
14 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level B Unit 12 Antonyms
abound
despondent
heartrending
leisurely
lack, want
jubilant, elated
amusing, funny, hilarious
hasty, hurried, rushed, hectic
abound
lack, want
despondent
jubilant, elated
16 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level B Unit 8 Antonyms
abnormal
capsize
catastrophe
decrease
normal, usual, regular, typical
remain upright
triumph, victory, success
increase, grow, develop, wax
abnormal
normal, usual, regular, typical
capsize
remain upright
12 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level A Unit 10 Antonyms
abominable... (adj.)
bumbling... (adj.) (n.)
consequence... (n.)
foil... (v.) (n.)
praiseworthy, charming
skillful, graceful, effective
the cause, source, beginning
help, abet, aid, assist
abominable... (adj.)
praiseworthy, charming
bumbling... (adj.) (n.)
skillful, graceful, effective
15 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level B Unit 10 Antonyms
bellow
clutter
dilapidated
dismantle
whisper; murmur
order, tidiness, neatness
shipshape, trim
put together, assemble, construct
bellow
whisper; murmur
clutter
order, tidiness, neatness
14 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level C Unit 6 Antonyms
abashed
aloof
anguish
articulate
unembarrassed, unashamed
involved, sociable
joy, delight, peace of mind
tongue-toed, mumbled, incoherent
abashed
unembarrassed, unashamed
aloof
involved, sociable
16 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level B Unit 8 Antonyms
abnormal
capsize
catastrophe
decrease
normal, usual, regular, typical
remain upright
triumph, victory, success
increase, grow, develop, wax
abnormal
normal, usual, regular, typical
capsize
remain upright
16 terms
Sadlier-Oxford: Level F: Unit 7 Antonyms
Austere
Beneficent
Cadaverous
Crass
Antonyms: Mild, Indulgent, Luxurious, Flamboyant
Antonyms: Selfish, Cruel, Harmful, Deleterious
Antonyms: Robust, Portly, Rosy, The Picture of Death
Antonyms: Refined, Elegant, Tasteful, Polished, Brilliant, (A…
Austere
Antonyms: Mild, Indulgent, Luxurious, Flamboyant
Beneficent
Antonyms: Selfish, Cruel, Harmful, Deleterious
15 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level B Unit 10 Antonyms
bellow
clutter
dilapidated
dismantle
(v)whisper; (n)murmur
order, tidiness, neatness
shipshape, trim
put together, assemble, construct
bellow
(v)whisper; (n)murmur
clutter
order, tidiness, neatness
14 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level B Unit 2 Antonyms
available
cater
customary
dissuade
unobtainable, not to be had
frustrate, deny, refuse
strange, odd, unusual, untraditional
persuade, talk into
available
unobtainable, not to be had
cater
frustrate, deny, refuse
18 terms
Sadlier-Oxford, Level D, Unit 2 Antonyms
adjourn
alien
comely
compensate
ANTONYMS: open, call to order
ANTONYMS: (adj.) native, endemic
ANTONYMS: plain, homely, ugly, repulsive
ANTONYMS: fail to reward, stiff
adjourn
ANTONYMS: open, call to order
alien
ANTONYMS: (adj.) native, endemic
20 terms
Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Unit 5 Synonyms and Antonyms
anecdote
consolidate
counterfeit
docile
SYNONYMS: tale, sketch, vignette, yarn
SYNONYMS: strengthen, firm up, merge... ANTONYMS: scatter, dispe…
SYNONYMS: (adj.) false, phony, bogus... ANTONYMS: (adj.) genuine…
SYNONYMS: manageable, teachable, pliant... ANTONYMS: unruly, way…
anecdote
SYNONYMS: tale, sketch, vignette, yarn
consolidate
SYNONYMS: strengthen, firm up, merge... ANTONYMS: scatter, dispe…
19 terms
Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Unit 6 Synonyms and Antonyms
abject
agnostic
complicity
derelict
S: (adj.) utter... A: (adj.) exalted
S: (n.) doubter... A: (n.) believer
S: (n.) collusion... A: (n.) noninvolvement
S: (n.) vagrant; (adj.) remiss... A: (adj.) punctilious
abject
S: (adj.) utter... A: (adj.) exalted
agnostic
S: (n.) doubter... A: (n.) believer
11 terms
Sadlier-Oxford level g unit 12 antonyms
defunct
espouse
gregarious
hapless
alive
repudiate, disavow, renounce
aloof, introverted, reclusive
lucky, charmed, fortunate
defunct
alive
espouse
repudiate, disavow, renounce
16 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level F Unit 3 Antonyms
abominate
adventitious
circuitous
commiserate
relish, savor, cherish, esteem
essential, intrinsic, inherent, congenial
straight, direct, as the crow flies
feel no sympathy for
abominate
relish, savor, cherish, esteem
adventitious
essential, intrinsic, inherent, congenial
17 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level B Unit 9 Antonyms
accelerate
bystander
casual
downtrodden
slow down, retard, decelerate
participant, player
formal, serious, premeditated, intentional
uplifted, liberated
accelerate
slow down, retard, decelerate
bystander
participant, player
15 terms
ANTONYMS Sadlier-Oxford Level A Unit 7
authorize
dawdle
dissect
expend
forbid
hurry
sew together
save
authorize
forbid
dawdle
hurry
15 terms
Sadlier-Oxford: Level G: Unit 9 antonyms
Acclamation
Bucolic
Calumniate
Chary
booing, hissing, jeers, catcalls
metropolitan
flatter, whitewash, praise
heedless, reckless, incautious
Acclamation
booing, hissing, jeers, catcalls
Bucolic
metropolitan
19 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level E Unit 12 antonyms
abjure
acrid
august
callous
Ant.: affirm, avow, aver, profess
Ant.: gentle, soothing, mild
Ant.: humble, base, mean, lowly, abject
Ant.: sensitive, compassionate, tenderhearted
abjure
Ant.: affirm, avow, aver, profess
acrid
Ant.: gentle, soothing, mild
47 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level H: Unit 10 Antonyms
acumen
acumen
acumen
apocryphal
ignorance
stupidity
obtuseness
authentic
acumen
ignorance
acumen
stupidity
Sadlier-Oxford Level E Unit 14 (antonyms)
alacrity
appall
bellicose
disparage
reluctance, unwillingness, hesitancy
please, cheer, gladden, elate, exhilarate
amicable, peaceable, conciliatory, pacific
praise, extol, laud, plug
alacrity
reluctance, unwillingness, hesitancy
appall
please, cheer, gladden, elate, exhilarate
14 terms
Sadlier Oxford Level B Unit 1 Antonyms
adjacent
alight
barren
disrupt
faraway, distant
mount, board, take off
fertile, fruitful
organize, arrange
adjacent
faraway, distant
alight
mount, board, take off
Sadlier-Oxford Level E Unit 12 (antonyms)
abjure
acrid
august
callous
affirm, avow, aver, profess
gentle, soothing, mild
humble, base, mean, lowly, abject
sensitive, compassionate, tenderhearted
abjure
affirm, avow, aver, profess
acrid
gentle, soothing, mild
15 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level B Unit 11 Antonyms
adequate
ajar
dialogue
gigantic
insufficient
closed tight, shut, open wide
monologue, soliloquy
tiny, infinitesimal, diminutive
adequate
insufficient
ajar
closed tight, shut, open wide
14 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level B Unit 7 Antonyms
amiss
detest
domestic
flagrant
properly
relish, love, admire, esteem
foreign, alien
petty, piddling, trifling, inconsequential
amiss
properly
detest
relish, love, admire, esteem
16 terms
sadlier oxford level f unit 9 antonyms
abate
adulation
anathema
astute
intensify, increase, magnify, wax
ridicule, derision, scorn, odium
benediction, blessing
obtuse, doltish, empty-headed, dumb
abate
intensify, increase, magnify, wax
adulation
ridicule, derision, scorn, odium
16 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level A Unit 11 Antonyms
dumbfounded
extinct
inevitable
rend
expectant, aware, unsurprised
living, alive, existing
escapable, avoidable
agree, join, unite, mend
dumbfounded
expectant, aware, unsurprised
extinct
living, alive, existing
14 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level C Unit 8 Antonyms
crony
cryptic
divergent
enmity
enemy, rival
crystal clear, unambiguous
merging, intersecting, converging, orthodox
friendship, amity
crony
enemy, rival
cryptic
crystal clear, unambiguous
14 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level A Unit 9 Antonyms
avenge
deluge
giddy
liberate
forgive, let go
a trickle, dribble, small amount
serious, level-headed, sober, calm
capture, imprison, shackle, manacle
avenge
forgive, let go
deluge
a trickle, dribble, small amount
14 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level B Unit 15 Antonyms
authoritative
bankrupt
clamor
cynical
unofficial, unreliable
financially sound, solvent
uproar, din, racket; cry out for
hopeful, optimistic
authoritative
unofficial, unreliable
bankrupt
financially sound, solvent
18 terms
Sadlier-Oxford, Level D, Unit 2 Antonyms
adjourn
alien
comely
compensate
ANTONYMS: open, call to order
ANTONYMS: (adj.) native, endemic
ANTONYMS: plain, homely, ugly, repulsive
ANTONYMS: fail to reward, stiff
adjourn
ANTONYMS: open, call to order
alien
ANTONYMS: (adj.) native, endemic
17 terms
Sadlier Oxford Level F Unit 8 Antonyms
acrimonious
bovine
consternation
corpulent
gentle, warm, mild, friendly, cordial
alert, sharp, bright, keen, quick
calm, composure, aplomb
slender, thin, spare, gaunt, emaciated
acrimonious
gentle, warm, mild, friendly, cordial
bovine
alert, sharp, bright, keen, quick
19 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level E Unit 12 antonyms
abjure
acrid
august
callous
Ant.: affirm, avow, aver, profess
Ant.: gentle, soothing, mild
Ant.: humble, base, mean, lowly, abject
Ant.: sensitive, compassionate, tenderhearted
abjure
Ant.: affirm, avow, aver, profess
acrid
Ant.: gentle, soothing, mild
12 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Level C Unit 7 Antonyms
acme
belittle
excise
exotic
low point, bottom, nadir
exaggerate, magnify, overestimate
put in, insert, interpolate
native, indigenous, familiar, commonplace
acme
low point, bottom, nadir
belittle
exaggerate, magnify, overestimate
16 terms
Sadlier Oxford level G unit 14 Antonyms
Beatific
Behemoth
Blandishment
Cacophonous
disconsolate, dejected, doleful
dwarf, pygmy, midget
threat, intimidation
harmonious, melodious, mellifluous
Beatific
disconsolate, dejected, doleful
Behemoth
dwarf, pygmy, midget
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