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English- Vocabulary Unit 12 Antonyms
abjure
acrid
august
callous
Antonyms: affirm, avow, aver, profess
Antonyms: gentle, soothing, mild
Antonyms: humble, base, mean, lowly, abject
Antonyms: sensitive, compassionate, tenderhearted
abjure
Antonyms: affirm, avow, aver, profess
acrid
Antonyms: gentle, soothing, mild
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ENGLISH VOCABULARY 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
English Vocabulary Unit 12- Antonyms
Abdicate
Bestow
Capacious
Caustic
Retain
Receive
Cramped
Saccharine
Abdicate
Retain
Bestow
Receive
20 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 Antonyms
appreciable
autocratic
blanch
blasphemy
slight, trivial, inconsequential, negligible
democratic, egalitarian, lenient, permissive, indulgent
color, dye, infuse, blush, flush
veneration, devotion, respect
appreciable
slight, trivial, inconsequential, negligible
autocratic
democratic, egalitarian, lenient, permissive, indulgent
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Vocabulary Unit 12 Antonyms
appleciable
autocratic
blanch
blasphemy
slight, trivial, inconsequential, negligible
democratic, egalitarian, lenient, permissive, indulgent
color, dye, infuse, blush, flush
veneration, devotion, respect
appleciable
slight, trivial, inconsequential, negligible
autocratic
democratic, egalitarian, lenient, permissive, indulgent
68 terms
English Unit 12 Antonyms
condemn
convict
vindicate
excuse
absolve
absolve
absolve
absolve
condemn
absolve
convict
absolve
14 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 Antonyms
abdicate
bestow
capacious
caustic
retain
receive, take, take back, take away
cramped, confined, restricted, narrow
bland, mild, sugary, saccharine
abdicate
retain
bestow
receive, take, take back, take away
Vocabulary Unit 12 Antonyms
focus
discard
inspired
extreme
background
save
discouraged
usual, ordinary
focus
background
discard
save
Vocabulary Unit 12 Antonyms
defunct
espouse
irreparable
mendacious
extant
repudiate
remediable
veracious
defunct
extant
espouse
repudiate
14 terms
Unit 12 Vocabulary Antonyms
ambiguous
compact
confer
frigid
obvious, plain, clear
enormous, bulky
withdraw, take away
hot, balmy, torrid, warm, friendly
ambiguous
obvious, plain, clear
compact
enormous, bulky
English unit 12 antonyms
Absolve
Clangor
Contiguous
Cupidity
condemn, convict, incriminate, inculpate
silence, stillness, peace and quiet
detached, apart, distant, remote
contentment, satiety, gratification
Absolve
condemn, convict, incriminate, inculpate
Clangor
silence, stillness, peace and quiet
9 terms
Vocabulary - Unit 12 (Antonyms)
circular
coarse
discard
extreme
linear, straight, direct
smooth, silky, delicate; gentle, refined, polite
save, keep, retain
mild, ordinary
circular
linear, straight, direct
coarse
smooth, silky, delicate; gentle, refined, polite
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English 12 Unit 12 Antonyms
Defunct
Espouse
Espouse
Espouse
Alive
Repudiate
Disavow
Renounce
Defunct
Alive
Espouse
Repudiate
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9th English Vocabulary Unit 12 Antonyms
Appreciable
Autocratic
Blanch
Blasphemy
Slight; trivial; inconsequential: negligible
Democratic; egalitarian; lenient; permissive
Color; dye; infuse; blush; flush
Veneration; devotion; respect
Appreciable
Slight; trivial; inconsequential: negligible
Autocratic
Democratic; egalitarian; lenient; permissive
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9th English Vocabulary Unit 12 Antonyms
Appreciable
Autocratic
Blanch
Blasphemy
inconsequential
Democratic
Color; dye
respect
Appreciable
inconsequential
Autocratic
Democratic
AP English Unit 12 Vocabulary Antonyms
defunct
espouse
gregarious
hapless
alive
repudiate, disavow, renounce
aloof, introverted, reclusive
lucky, charmed, fortunate
defunct
alive
espouse
repudiate, disavow, renounce
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[English] Unit 12 Vocabulary Synonyms and Antonyms
absolve
caricature
clangor
contiguous
SYN: acquit, exonerate, vindicate, excuse, pardon... ANT: condem…
SYN: (n.) cartoon, burlesque, lampoon... ANT: ---
SYN: (n.) din, clamor, uproar... ANT: (n.) silence, stillness, p…
SYN: abutting, next door to... ANT: detached, apart, distant, re…
absolve
SYN: acquit, exonerate, vindicate, excuse, pardon... ANT: condem…
caricature
SYN: (n.) cartoon, burlesque, lampoon... ANT: ---
VMCHS ENGLISH II 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
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JT English Unit 12 Vocab Antonyms
ambiguous
compact
confer
frigid
obvious, plain, clear, unequivocal
enormous, humongous, bulky
withdraw, take away, withhold, deny
hot, balmy, torrid, warm, friendly
ambiguous
obvious, plain, clear, unequivocal
compact
enormous, humongous, bulky
20 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 - Pictures of Antonyms
abduct
ambiguous
balk
compact
S: seize, snatch
S: uncertain, unclear... A: obvious
S: hesitate, block
S: dense, compress... A: enormous, humongous
abduct
S: seize, snatch
ambiguous
S: uncertain, unclear... A: obvious
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AP English Vocabulary Antonyms Unit 12
apposite
debilitate
execrable
niggardly
ant: irreleant, immaterial, inappropriate
ant: strengthen, fortify, invigorate
ant: commendable, praiseworthy, meritorious
ant: generous, bountiful, magnamimous
apposite
ant: irreleant, immaterial, inappropriate
debilitate
ant: strengthen, fortify, invigorate
10 terms
English: Unit 12 Vocabulary
flag
clock
black
blue
flag
clock
14 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 Antonyms
ambiguous
compact
confer
frigid
obvious, pain, clear, unequivocal
enormous, humongous, bulky
withdraw, take away, withhold, deny
hot, balmy, torrid, warm, friendly
ambiguous
obvious, pain, clear, unequivocal
compact
enormous, humongous, bulky
13 terms
AP English Unit 12 Antonyms
defunct
hapless
mendacious
gregarious
alive and well, extant; in effect
lucky, fortunate, charmed
truthful, veracious
introverted, reclusive, aloof
defunct
alive and well, extant; in effect
hapless
lucky, fortunate, charmed
20 terms
English 10: 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,
11 terms
Unit 12 English 10 Antonyms
defunct
espouse
gregarious
hapless
extant
disavow
introverted
fortunate
defunct
extant
espouse
disavow
20 terms
English Vocab 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
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English 10 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
AP English Unit 12 Antonyms
alive and well, extant, ineffect
lucky, fortunate, charmed
truthful, veracious
introverted, reclusive, aloof
defunct
hapless
mendacious
gregarious
alive and well, extant, ineffect
defunct
lucky, fortunate, charmed
hapless
Unit 12 Vocabulary (Antonyms)
Defunct
Hapless
Mendacious
Gregarious
alive and well, extant, in effect
lucky, fortunate, charmed
truthful, veracious
introverted, reclusive, aloof
Defunct
alive and well, extant, in effect
Hapless
lucky, fortunate, charmed
20 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 synonyms and antonyms
absolve
caricature
clangor
contiguous
s: acquit, exonerate, vindicate... a: convict, incriminate, incu…
s: (n) burlesque, lampoon
s: din... a: silence
s: abutting, next door to... a: detached
absolve
s: acquit, exonerate, vindicate... a: convict, incriminate, incu…
caricature
s: (n) burlesque, lampoon
17 terms
Unit 12 Synonyms and Antonyms
audible- syn
consume- syn
glide- syn
origin- syn
clear
deplete
cruise
root
audible- syn
clear
consume- syn
deplete
Unit 12 Vocabulary- English 12
Aesthetic
Defunct
Discomfit
Espouse
(adj.) pertaining to beauty; sensitive or responsive to beaut…
(adj.) no longer in existence or functioning, dead ... S: extin…
(v.) to frustrate, thwart, or defeat; to confuse, perplex, or…
(v.) to take up and support; to become attached to, adopt; to…
Aesthetic
(adj.) pertaining to beauty; sensitive or responsive to beaut…
Defunct
(adj.) no longer in existence or functioning, dead ... S: extin…
Unit 12 Vocabulary Antonyms
Absolve
Absolve
Absolve
Clangor
condemn
convict; incriminate
inculpate
silence
Absolve
condemn
Absolve
convict; incriminate
VOCABULARY : UNIT 12- ENGLISH 12
water polo
synchronized swimming
scuba diving
windsurfing
a game played in water in which two teams of swimmers try to…
A hybrid form of swimming, dancing and gymnastics
the activity of swimming under water with a container of air…
the sport on riding on water on a sailboard
water polo
a game played in water in which two teams of swimmers try to…
synchronized swimming
A hybrid form of swimming, dancing and gymnastics
Unit 12 Vocabulary Antonyms
avow
aver
profess
base
abjure
abjure
abjure
august
avow
abjure
aver
abjure
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Vocabulary unit 12 antonyms
defunct
espouse
gregarious
hapless
alive
repudiate, disavow, renounce
aloof, introverted, reclusive
lucky, charmed, fortunate
defunct
alive
espouse
repudiate, disavow, renounce
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English Vocab Unit 12 Antonyms
absolve
absolve
clangor
clangor
condemn
incriminate
silence
peace and quiet
absolve
condemn
absolve
incriminate
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Vocabulary Unit 12 Antonyms
Absolve
Clangor (n.)
Contiguous
Cupidity
Condemn, Convict, Incriminate, Inculpate
Silence, Stillness, Peace and Quiet
Detached, Apart, Distant, Remote
Contentment, Satiety, Gratification
Absolve
Condemn, Convict, Incriminate, Inculpate
Clangor (n.)
Silence, Stillness, Peace and Quiet
vocabulary Workshop Unit 12 Antonyms
abound
despondent
heartrending
leisurely
lack, want
jubilant, elated
amusing, funny, hilarious
hasty, hurried, rushed, hectic
abound
lack, want
despondent
jubilant, elated
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English-Vocab Unit 12 Antonyms
abound
despondent
heartrending
leisurely
lack, want
jubilant, elated
amusing, funny, hilarious
hasty, hurried, rushed, hectic
abound
lack, want
despondent
jubilant, elated
9 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Unit 12 Antonyms
focus
discard
inspired
extreme
background
save
discouraged
usual, ordinary
focus
background
discard
save
7 terms
Sadlier Vocabulary - Unit 12 (Antonyms)
abuse
confirm
flimsy
neutral
care, support; to cherish, honor, praise
to deny, disprove; to cancel
strong, sturdy, sound; convincing
involved, committed, opinionated, heated; bold
abuse
care, support; to cherish, honor, praise
confirm
to deny, disprove; to cancel
14 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12: Antonyms
Abound
Despondent
Heartrending
Leisurely
Lack, want
Jubilant, elated
Amusing, funny, hilarious
Hasty, hurried, rushed, hectic
Abound
Lack, want
Despondent
Jubilant, elated
AP English Unit 12 Antonyms
defunct
hapless
mendacious
gregarious
alive and well, extant, in effect
lucky, fortunate, charmed
truthful, veracious
introverted, reclusive, aloof
defunct
alive and well, extant, in effect
hapless
lucky, fortunate, charmed
English Vocab. Unit 12: Antonyms
absolve
clangor
contiguous
cupidity
condemn, convict, incriminate, inculpate
silence, stillness, peace and quiet
detached, apart, distant, remote
contentment, satiety, gratification
absolve
condemn, convict, incriminate, inculpate
clangor
silence, stillness, peace and quiet
11 terms
Unit 12: Antonyms
defunct
espouse
gregarious
hapless
alive
repudiate, disavow, renounce
aloof, introverted, reclusive
lucky, charmed, fortunate
defunct
alive
espouse
repudiate, disavow, renounce
20 terms
English 11 unit 12 antonyms
Apposite
Augur
Bilk
Charisma
Irrelevant, immaterial, inappropriate
Determine, calculate
...
Repulsion
Apposite
Irrelevant, immaterial, inappropriate
Augur
Determine, calculate
11 terms
AP English Unit 12 Antonyms
defunct
hapless
mendacious
gregarious
alive, extant
lucky, fortunate, charmed
truthful, veracious
introverted, reclusive, aloof
defunct
alive, extant
hapless
lucky, fortunate, charmed
16 terms
English Unit 12 synonyms/antonyms
absolve
absolve
contiguous
cupidity
s: exonerate
s: vindicate
s: abutting
s: avarice
absolve
s: exonerate
absolve
s: vindicate
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