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Summery Vocabulary (Synonym/Antonym Version) - Enriched American Literature
Omnipotent (adj)
Ineffable (adj)
Dolorous (adj)
Unalienable (adj)
all-powerful/impotent
ethereal/describable
mournful/happy
inherent/auxiliary
Omnipotent (adj)
all-powerful/impotent
Ineffable (adj)
ethereal/describable
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Vocabulary Synonyms and Antonyms American Lit
advocate
arduous
supplication
vigilant
supporter, protester
severe, motivating
suggestion, answer
aware, careless
advocate
supporter, protester
arduous
severe, motivating
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Literature Vocabulary 2: synonyms and antonyms
discredit (synonyms)
discredit (antonyms)
empathy (synonyms)
empathy (antonyms)
destroy, ruin
approve, build, construct
appreciation, insight
distain, hatred, indifference
discredit (synonyms)
destroy, ruin
discredit (antonyms)
approve, build, construct
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Literature Unit 5 Vocabulary - synonyms/antonyms
acute
acute
bluster
bungle
syn: clever, penetrating
ant: dull, blunted, mild, stupid, obtuse
syn. spout, rant brag, swagger bravado
syn. blunder, botch, mess up
acute
syn: clever, penetrating
acute
ant: dull, blunted, mild, stupid, obtuse
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American Literature Vocab Part of Speech, Synonyms, Antonyms, and Sentences
absolve part of speech
absolve synonym
absolve antonym
absolve sentence
verb
exempt
punish
The team was absolved from blame on the first goal
absolve part of speech
verb
absolve synonym
exempt
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Antonyms and Synonyms For Vocabulary Literature Mid-Term
apparel
apparel
besiege
compress
synonyms: (n) attire, garments (v) deck out
antonyms: (v) undress, unclothe, strip, denude
synonyms: (v) blockage, encircle, pressure, hound
synonyms: (v) condense, shrink, shorten
apparel
synonyms: (n) attire, garments (v) deck out
apparel
antonyms: (v) undress, unclothe, strip, denude
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British Literature Vocabulary 1 Synonyms / Antonyms
discomfit
edification
feasible
lethargy
SYN confuse / ANT clarify
SYN improvement / ANT detriment
SYN doable / ANT impossible
SYN fatigue / ANT energy
discomfit
SYN confuse / ANT clarify
edification
SYN improvement / ANT detriment
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English Literature Vocabulary Chapter 3 Synonyms and Antonyms
pedestrian
bona fide
adventitious
fecund
syn: commonplace; mediocre... ant: imaginative; compelling
syn: legitimate; genuine... ant: fraudulent; phony
syn: incidental
syn: prolific... ant: sterile
pedestrian
syn: commonplace; mediocre... ant: imaginative; compelling
bona fide
syn: legitimate; genuine... ant: fraudulent; phony
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American Literature Vocabulary (Unit 2): Matching Antonyms
access
blatant
lush
meticulous
unable to enter or get to
subtle; hidden; not obvious
barren; empty; void
sloppy; lacking attention to detail
access
unable to enter or get to
blatant
subtle; hidden; not obvious
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Literature Synonyms and Antonyms
Besieged syn
Hypocrite syn
Designated syn
Expressly syn
blockade, encircle, pressure, hound
fraud, fake, phony
appointed, name, nominate
pointedly, explicitly
Besieged syn
blockade, encircle, pressure, hound
Hypocrite syn
fraud, fake, phony
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American Literature Unit 2 Vocabulary Antonyms
Adroit
Adroit
Adroit
Amicable
Clumsy
Inept
All thumbs
Hostile
Adroit
Clumsy
Adroit
Inept
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American Literature Vocabulary Antonyms Unit 1
Adulterate
Ambidextrous
Augment
Bereft
Purify
Clumsy
Decrease
Replete
Adulterate
Purify
Ambidextrous
Clumsy
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American Literature Midterm Guide (Synonyms, Antonyms, and Literary Terms)
Demise
Suppress
Explicit
Alienate
Synonyms: decease, passing away
Synonyms: subdue, crush, stifle, squelch, quash, silence
Synonyms: distinct, forthright, unambiguous, clear
Synonyms: separate, drive apart, estrange
Demise
Synonyms: decease, passing away
Suppress
Synonyms: subdue, crush, stifle, squelch, quash, silence
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Literature Vocab Antonyms and Synonyms
Scudding
Cacophony
Impervious
Teetered
Synonyms: cloud, fly, run, wind... Antonyms: walk
Synonyms: noise, discord, harshness... Antonyms: Quiet, Silence,…
Synonyms: impenetrable, impermeable, tight... Antonyms: penetrab…
Synonyms: falter, rock, totter, waver, wobble ... Antonyms: dive…
Scudding
Synonyms: cloud, fly, run, wind... Antonyms: walk
Cacophony
Synonyms: noise, discord, harshness... Antonyms: Quiet, Silence,…
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American Literature Unit 2 Vocabulary Synonyms
Adroit
Adroit
Adroit
Adroit
Clever
Deft
Slick
Dextrous
Adroit
Clever
Adroit
Deft
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American Literature Vocabulary Synonyms Unit 1
Adulterate
Ambidextrous
Augment
Bereft
Contaminate
Versatile
Supplement
Bereaved
Adulterate
Contaminate
Ambidextrous
Versatile
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American Literature Unit 3 Vocabulary Antonyms
Adversary
Adversary
Adversary
Adversary
Friend
Ally
Supporter
Confederate
Adversary
Friend
Adversary
Ally
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American Studies- Vocabulary Unit 1 Synonyms and Antonyms
altercation
blighted
chary
convoke
synonyms: quarrel, contention... antonyms: accord, agreement
antonyms: good, healthy, wholesome
synonyms: cirsumspect, wary... antonyms: trustful, uncritical
synonyms: convene, muster... antonyms: to revoke, to disassemble
altercation
synonyms: quarrel, contention... antonyms: accord, agreement
blighted
antonyms: good, healthy, wholesome
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HC American Literature Vocabulary Section 12 Antonyms
Abjure
Acrid
August
Callous
Antonym: profess
Antonym: gentle
Antonym: humble
Antonym: sensitive
Abjure
Antonym: profess
Acrid
Antonym: gentle
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American Literature - Vocabulary List 2 (antonyms)
appease
forbearance
subservient
contrivance
provoke, inflame
intolerance, involvement, indulgence, excess
independent
disorganization
appease
provoke, inflame
forbearance
intolerance, involvement, indulgence, excess
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American Literature Unit 3 Vocabulary Synonyms
Adversary
Adversary
Alienate
Alienate
Antagonist
Foe
Separate
Drive Apart
Adversary
Antagonist
Adversary
Foe
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American Lit Synonyms and Antonyms
brazen
contrite
languid
sublime
s. shameless, insolent, disrespectful a. reserved, mild
s. apologetic, penitent, regretful a. unrepentant
s. lethargic, torpid a. animated
s. resplendent a. ridiculous, modest
brazen
s. shameless, insolent, disrespectful a. reserved, mild
contrite
s. apologetic, penitent, regretful a. unrepentant
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American Literature - Vocabulary List 2 (synonyms)
appease
forbearance
subservient
contrivance
satisfy, fulfill, gratify, indulge
tolerance, patience, resignation, endurance, fortitude, stoic…
passive, submissive, compliant, docile
device, gadget, machine, tool
appease
satisfy, fulfill, gratify, indulge
forbearance
tolerance, patience, resignation, endurance, fortitude, stoic…
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Synonym and Antonym of lesson one vocabulary American lit
Abate
Abet
Abhor
Acquit
Synonym subside, decrease ... antonym intensify, increase
Synonym promote, incite antonym impede, dissuade, deter
Synonym despise, Abominate ... antonym love esteem
Synonym indicate absolve exonerate antonym convict incriminat…
Abate
Synonym subside, decrease ... antonym intensify, increase
Abet
Synonym promote, incite antonym impede, dissuade, deter
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literature synonyms & antonyms #11-20
discredit
empathy
enhance
exasperation
destroy, ruin, explode ... approve, build, flatter
appreciation, insight, warmth ... disdain, hatred, indifference
increase, reinforce, strengthen ... reduce, undermine, weaken
anger, range, bother ... calm, joy, peace
discredit
destroy, ruin, explode ... approve, build, flatter
empathy
appreciation, insight, warmth ... disdain, hatred, indifference
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American Literature Vocab Synonyms
Accolade
Admonish
Adonis
Bizarre
Syn. laurels
Syn. reprove
Syn. Apollo
Syn. grotesque
Accolade
Syn. laurels
Admonish
Syn. reprove
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American Literature Vocab Synonyms
Accolade
Admonish
Adonis
Bizarre
Syn. laurels
Syn. reprove
Syn. Apollo
Syn. grotesque
Accolade
Syn. laurels
Admonish
Syn. reprove
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AP English Literature Synonyms/Antonyms
Aegis
Apprise
Apprise
Bibulous
Noun... Auspices
Verb... Synonym ... Acquaint, Notify
Verb... Antonyms... Keep secret, withhold information
Adjective... Synonyms... Inebrious, alcoholic
Aegis
Noun... Auspices
Apprise
Verb... Synonym ... Acquaint, Notify
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Literature 6/16 synonyms and antonyms
synonym perceive
antonym for sharp
antonym for please
synonym for think up
observe
blunt
vex
conceive
synonym perceive
observe
antonym for sharp
blunt
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vocabulary (synonyms/antonyms)
abstain
boisterous
capitulate
diligent
syn-withhold, avoid, cease, prohibit... ant-indulge, use
syn-riotous, vociferous, unruly... ant-quiet, calm, restrained
syn-succumb, secede, defer... ant-defend, fight, overpower
syn-attentive, busy, steadfast, studious... ant-lazy, negligent
abstain
syn-withhold, avoid, cease, prohibit... ant-indulge, use
boisterous
syn-riotous, vociferous, unruly... ant-quiet, calm, restrained
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American Lit midterm Synonyms/Antonyms
accede
alienate
clemency
coerce
Synonyms: consent, concur, comply, assent
Synonyms: separate, drive apart, estrange
Synonyms: leniency, forbearance, gentleness
Synonyms: pressure, bully, constrain
accede
Synonyms: consent, concur, comply, assent
alienate
Synonyms: separate, drive apart, estrange
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American Lit midterm synonyms/antonyms
accede
alienate
clemency
coerce
Synonyms: consent, concur, comply, assent... Antonyms: demur, ba…
Synonyms: separate, drive apart, estrange... Antonyms: befriend,…
Synonyms: leniency, forbearance, gentleness... Antonyms: harshne…
Synonyms: pressure, bully, constrain... Antonyms: persuade, cajole
accede
Synonyms: consent, concur, comply, assent... Antonyms: demur, ba…
alienate
Synonyms: separate, drive apart, estrange... Antonyms: befriend,…
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American Literature: Vocabulary
Ignominy
Archaic
Subjugate
Constitution
public shame or disgrace
very old; not useful anymore
To defeat and gain control over; to conquer and gain the obed…
The systems of beliefs and laws by which a country is governed
Ignominy
public shame or disgrace
Archaic
very old; not useful anymore
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LIST 4 VOCABULARY ANTONYMS/SYNONYMS
majority
complex
legalize
illuminate
minority
simple
outlaw
darken
majority
minority
complex
simple
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Frankenstein Vocabulary Synonyms and Antonyms
Wretched
Vivacious
Unbridled
Tranquil
The antonym for wretched is happy, comfortable, fortunate, etc.
The antonym for vivacious is spiritless
The antonym for Unbridled is restrained
The antonym for Tranquil is discomposed, or stormy, etc.
Wretched
The antonym for wretched is happy, comfortable, fortunate, etc.
Vivacious
The antonym for vivacious is spiritless
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American Literature Vocab #3 Synonyms
Distraught
Credence
Feckless
Decry
Anxious, Concerned
Belief, Assurance
Hopeless, Feeble
Condemn, Denounce
Distraught
Anxious, Concerned
Credence
Belief, Assurance
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Lit Vocabulary- synonyms & antonyms
abbreviate
adversity
anachronistic
antagonist
syn-abstract, clip, contract... ant-expand, extend, increase
syn-difficult, disaster... ant-advantage, assistance
syn-ancient, dated, dead... ant-current, modern, new
syn-enemy, competitor... ant-ally, assistant, friend
abbreviate
syn-abstract, clip, contract... ant-expand, extend, increase
adversity
syn-difficult, disaster... ant-advantage, assistance
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AP Literature, Unit 1 Vocab: Synonyms and Antonyms
ambiguity
exuberant
abrogate
bedaub
synonyms: obscurity, abstruseness, doubtfulness, uncertainty,…
synonyms: spirited, lively, chipper, sprightly, passionate, e…
synonyms: invalidate, retract, repeal, revoke... antonyms: appro…
synonyms: sully, soil, smirch, smudge, spread, daub... antonyms:…
ambiguity
synonyms: obscurity, abstruseness, doubtfulness, uncertainty,…
exuberant
synonyms: spirited, lively, chipper, sprightly, passionate, e…
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American Literature: Vocabulary
Ignominy
Archaic
Subjugate
Constitution
public shame or disgrace
very old; not useful anymore
To defeat and gain control over; to conquer and gain the obed…
The systems of beliefs and laws by which a country is governed
Ignominy
public shame or disgrace
Archaic
very old; not useful anymore
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Devon Vocabulary. Antonyms and Synonyms
senseless - antonym
senseless - synonym
Shrivel- synonym
Shrivel- antonym
brilliant, clever, smart
ridiculous, silly, illogical, bird brained, unconsionce
To wither, dry, contract
to expand, charge, swell
senseless - antonym
brilliant, clever, smart
senseless - synonym
ridiculous, silly, illogical, bird brained, unconsionce
Vocabulary synonyms and antonyms
pandemic
democracy
demography
decimal
epidemic (synonym)
republic (syn) dictatorship (ant)
analysis, population (syn)
fraction (syn) whole, one (ant)
pandemic
epidemic (synonym)
democracy
republic (syn) dictatorship (ant)
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VOCABULARY 1B- SYNONYMS ANTONYMS
CONTOUR
GUILE
JARGON
LABYRINTH
S: SHAPE, FORM; A: CENTER, MIDDLE
S: CRAFT, DISHONESTY A: HONESTY, SINCERITY
S: BUZZWORDS, SHOPTALK A: STANDARD
S: PUZZLE, TANGLE; A: ARRANGEMENT
CONTOUR
S: SHAPE, FORM; A: CENTER, MIDDLE
GUILE
S: CRAFT, DISHONESTY A: HONESTY, SINCERITY
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American Literature (vocab) definitions + Synonyms
gadfly
farce
pittance
spartan
syn: goad,gruesome
syn: burlesque, mockery
syn: modicum, trifle
syn: austere, severe
gadfly
syn: goad,gruesome
farce
syn: burlesque, mockery
12 terms
Vocabulary Words Synonyms and Antonyms
blemish
blunt
capable
conclude
a mark or stain that damages the appearance of something; a w…
having a dull point or edge, not sharp; honest but insensitiv…
able and prepared to do something; fit or skilled
to finish; to bring something to an end; to decide after care…
blemish
a mark or stain that damages the appearance of something; a w…
blunt
having a dull point or edge, not sharp; honest but insensitiv…
American Literature Vocabulary
symbolism
consonance
assonance
unreliable narrator
a reference to a person, event, thing, or outside text that t…
the repetition of consonant sounds
the repetition of vowel sounds
when a first-person speaker might not tell the reader the ful…
symbolism
a reference to a person, event, thing, or outside text that t…
consonance
the repetition of consonant sounds
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American Literature Vocabulary Unit 5
amnesty
autonomy
equitable
extricate
(n) a general pardon for an offense against a government; in…
(n) self-government, political control
(adj) fair, just, embodying principles of justice
(v) to free from entanglements or difficulties; to remove wit…
amnesty
(n) a general pardon for an offense against a government; in…
autonomy
(n) self-government, political control
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American Literature Vocabulary Unit 3
abominate
circuitous
commiserate
expedite
(v.) to have an intense dislike or hatred for
(adj.) roundabout, not direct
(v.) to sympathize with, have pity or sorrow for, share a fee…
(v.) to make easy, cause to progress faster
abominate
(v.) to have an intense dislike or hatred for
circuitous
(adj.) roundabout, not direct
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American Literature Vocabulary Unit 4
affable
aggrandize
aura
contraband
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
(v.) to increase in greatness, power or wealth; to build up o…
(n.) that which surrounds (as an atmosphere); a distinctive a…
(n.) illegal traffic, smuggled goods. (adj.) illegal, prohibi…
affable
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
aggrandize
(v.) to increase in greatness, power or wealth; to build up o…
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American Literature Vocabulary Unit 2
ameliorate
epitome
exhort
infringe
(v.) to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
(n.) a summary, condensed account, an instance that represent…
(v.) to urge strongly, advise earnestly
(v.) to violate, to trespass, go beyond recognized bounds
ameliorate
(v.) to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
epitome
(n.) a summary, condensed account, an instance that represent…
10 terms
American Literature Vocabulary Unit 1
approbation
assuage
coalition
decadence
(n) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
(v) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to put…
(n) a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose
(n) decline, decay, or deterioration; a condition or period o…
approbation
(n) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
assuage
(v) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to put…
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