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Wordlist No. 45 S. No.

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9/4/2010 Word Subliminal Suborn Subpoena Subservient Subside Subsistence Substantiate Substantive Subsume Subterfuge Subtlety Subversive Succinct Succor Succulent Suffragist Suffuse Sully Sultry Sumptuous Sunder Sundry Superannuated Supercilious Supererogatory Superficial Supernumerary

Meaning below the threshold persuade to act unlawfully (especially to commit perjury) writ summoning a witness to appear e.g. The witness and her records were subpoenaed behaving like a slave, servile, obsequious settle down, descend, grow quiet existence, means of support, livelihood, sustenance establish by evidence, verify, support essential, pertaining to the substance include, encompass e.g. This new system subsumes the old one pretension, evasion e.g. he wasn't sick--it was just a subterfuge perceptiveness, ingenuity, delicacy tending to overthrow, destructive brief, terse, compact aid, assist, comfort juicy full of richness e.g. succulent roast beef advocate of voting rights (for women) spread over tarnish, soil, defame e.g. Her reputation was sullied after the affair with a married man sweltering, sexually exciting or gratifying e.g. a sultry look lavish, rich separate, part various, several retired or disqualified because of age arrogant, condescending, patronizing e.g. his mother eyed my clothes with a supercilious air superfluous, more than needed or demanded e.g. it was supererogatory of her to gloat trivial, shallow person or thing in excess of what is necessary

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Supersede Supine Supplant Supple Suppliant/Supplicant Supplicate Supposititious Suppress Surfeit Surly Surmount Surreptitious Surrogate Sustenance Suture Swarthy Swathe Swerve Swill Sybarite Syllogism Sylvan Symbiosis Synoptic Tacit Taciturn Tactile Taint Tangential Tanner

cause to bet aside, replace, make obsolete lying on back, offering no resistance replace, usurp flexible, pliant humbly entreating, beseeching (request earnestly) petition humbly, pray to grant a favor assumed, counterfeit, hypothetical stifle, overwhelm, subdue, inhibit satiate, stuff, indulge to excess in anything, glut, overabundance rude, cross, ugly e.g. a surly waiter overcome secret, furtive, sneaky, hidden substitute, alternate e.g. surrogate father means of support, food, nourishment, subsistence stitches sewn to hold the cut edges of a wound or incision, material used in sewing dark, dusky e.g. a smile on his swarthy face wrap around, bandage deviate, turn aside sharply drink greedily lover of luxury logical formula consisting of a major premise pertaining to the woods, rustic e.g. a shady sylvan glade (land) interdependent relationship (between group, species) often mutually beneficial providing a general overview, summary understood, not put into words e.g. a tacit agreement habitually silent, talking little, reticent pertaining to the organs or sense of touch e.g. tactile qualities contaminate, cause to lose purity, modify with a trace of something bad, defile peripheral, only slightly connected, digressing person who turns animal hides into leather

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Tantalize Tantamount Talon

tease, torture with disappointment e.g. The children tantalized the new teacher equivalent in effect or value e.g. his statement was tantamount to an admission of guilt claw of bird

WORDLIST Wordlist No. 1 S. No. 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Wordlist No. 2 S. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Wordlist No. 3 S. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

WORD Word Abrogate Abstruse Accost Acquiesce Acrimonious Adherent Adjunct Adjuration Adjutant Abject Word Affliction Aggrandize Agnostic Allude Aloof Altruistic Ambivalence Amenable Adulation Affected Word Alchemy Alacrity Amorous Anachronism Anarchist Anectdote Anneal Anomalous Anthology Ape Aphasia Aphorism Apocalyptic Apocalyptic Apogee

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Apostate Anathema Animus Antagonism Anticlimax Word Apposite Apprehend Apprise

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Arabesque Arcane Archetype Ardor Arduous Argot Aria Arraign Articulate Ascendancy Ascribe Aseptic Ashen Apprize Askew Asperity Aspersion Assiduous Assimilate Apellation Arbitrary Arrest Word Astringent Atavism Atone Atrophy Atypical Auroral Aver Aversion Avid

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Avocation Avow Awe Awl Awry Axiom Badger Badinage Baffle Baleful Balk Ballast Balmy Bandy

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Barb Bait Barrage Word Bastion Bate Bawdy Beatific Beatify Beatitude Bedizen Begrudge Beholden Behoove Belabor Beleaguer Belie Bemoan Bemused Beneficent Benign Bent Bequeath Bereavement Bereft Berserk

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Beseech Beset Besiege Bestial Bestow Betoken Betroth Bicker Bilious Billowing Blanch Blandish Blare Blas Blatant Blighted Blithe Bleak Word Bluster Bode Bourgeois Bovine Bowdlerize Brandish Brawn Brazen Brindled Bristling Broach Brook Browbeat Brunt Buffet Buffonery Bungle Burgeon Burlesque Burnish Buttress Cadge Callous Calumny Canard

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Canker Canny Cant Cantata Canter Cantankerous Word Canvass Capitulate Captious Carapace Careen Carping Castigation Catcall Catechism Categorical Catholic Caustic Cauterize Cavalcade Cavalier Cavil Cede Celerity Censorious Centrifuge Cession Chafe Chagrin Chalice Word Champion Charlatan Chary Chase Chasm Chasten Chastened Chastise Checkered

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Chide Chivalrous Chortle Churlish Cipher Circumlocution Circumscribe Circumspect Circumvent Clairvoyant Clamber Clangor Claustrophobia Cleave Cleft Clich Clime Clique Climactic Cloister Clout Cloying Coalesce Coda Codicil Codify Coercion Coeval Cogent Cogitate Cognate Cohorts Coin Word Colloquial Colloquy Colossus Comely Comeuppance Comity Commensurate Commiserate Communal Compact

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Complacency Complaisant Complicity Comport Compunction Concave Conception Concerted Concession Conciliatory Concoct Concomitant Condescend

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Condign Condone Conducive Confidant Conflagration Conflate Confluence Confound Congenial Word Conjure Connivance Conscientious consequential consonance contend contention contentious contiguous continence contingent contrite contrived contumacious convene converge

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convivial convoluted cornice corrugated coterie countenance contusion Word coup covenant covert covetous cower coy cozen crabbed craven credulity crescendo crone culmination cursory dally damp daunt deadpan debauch debunk Word Decrepitude Decry Defection Deference Defiance Defray Deft Defunct Deign Delirium Deluge Delve Demagogue Demeanor Demented

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Demotic Demur Demure Denigrate Denizen Denouement Denounce Deplore Depose Deposition Depravity Deprecate Depredation Derange Deride/ Derision Word Descry Desecrate Desiccate Desolate Despise Despoil Despondent Desuetude Desultory Deterrent Detraction Detrimental Devolve Diabolical Diadem Diatribe Diffident/Diffidence Diffuse Dilatory Dilettante Dingy Dint Dire Dirge Disabuse Disaffected Disband

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Disavowal Discernible Discerning Discomfit Disconcert Discount Discourse Discursive Disgorge Disgruntle Disinterestedness Word Dislodge Dismember Disparate Disquietude Disquisition Dissemble Disseminate Dissident Dissimulate Dissolution Dissuade Distant Distend Distinction Distrait Distraught Doctrinaire Doctrine Doddering Doff Dogged Dogmatic Doleful Dolorous Dolt Docket Dormant Dormer Dossier Dote

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Dour Douse Dowdy Downcast Drab Draconian Dregs Drivel Droll Drone Drone Dumbfound Dispatch Word Duress Ebullient Effete Effrontery Effusion Egregious Ejaculation Elicit Emanate Embroil Emolument Encompass Economy Word Endue Engaging Engender Engross Enjoin Enrapture Ensconce Ensue Entail Endearment Entrance Entreat Episodic Epithet Equestrian Essay Eon

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Epigram Epoch Espouse Erudite Endorse Word Evocative Exegesis Exigent Exiguous Extant Extirpate Extricate Exude Facetious Facile Faction Factious Expedient Expletive Expository Expostulation Word Fallacious Fathom Fatuous Fawning Feral Ferret Fervent Fervid Fervour Fester Figment Figurative Filigree Fatalism Flaccid Flag Flagrant

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Flail Flinch Flay Ferment Word Flounder Flout Fortuitous Fractious Fraught Froward Fugitive Fulminate Furtive Foil Foist Foolhardy Forswear Forte Forthright Foster Fray Fluke Fluster Foment Fop Ford Forlorn Formidable Word Gainsay Gale Gall Gambol Gamut Garbled Garner Gaunt Gavel Geniality Genuflect

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Germane Gerrymander Gesticulation

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Gibe Glean Gloat Glower Goad Gorge Word Gouge Graduated Grapple Gratify Gratuitous Grotto Grouse Grovel Growl Grudging Grueling Gruff Guise Gull Gustatory Gusto Haggle Hallowed Harangue Harbinger Harbor Harping Harry Haven Headlong Heckler Hedonist

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Heresy Heretic Hermetic Hew Word Hireling Hoard Hoary Holster Homeostasis Homily Hortatory Hovel Hubris Humdrum Hurtle

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Hypocritical Idiosyncrasy Idyllic Ignominy Imbecility Imbibe Imbroglio Imbue Word Immaculate Immolate Immutable Impair Impale Impalpable Impel Impending Imperious Impertinent Imperturbable Impetuous Implicate

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Implicit Importunate Importune Imposture Imprecation Impudence Impugn Impuissance Impunity Impute Inadvertently Inalienable Incantation Incapacitate Word Inchoate Incidental Incipient Incisive Incidence Inclement Incoherent Incriminate Incrustation Incubus Indentation Indenture Indigenous Indignation Indignity Induce Inductive Indulgent Inebriated Ineffable Ineluctable Inexorable Infernal Infidel Word

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Ingenious Ingrained Ingrate Ingratiate Inhibit Inimical Iniquitous Innate Innocuous Innuendo Inordinate Inscrutable Insidious Insinuate Insipid Insouciant Insubordination Insularity Insurgent Insurrection Interdict Interloper Interminable Internecine Interrengnum Intransigence Inundate Inured Inveigh Inveigle Word Inveterate Invidious Invocation Ironic Irreproachable Irresolute Isthmus

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Jaundiced Jaunty

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Jibe Jingoist Jostle Junket Ken Kernel Knave Labile Laceration Lackadaisical Laconic Word Laity Lank Largess Leaven Leery Levity Libretto

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Limbo Lionize Litany Livid Loath Loom Word Lout Ludicrous Lugubrious Lunge Lurk Luscious Macabre

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Mace Macerate Machiavellian Maelstrom Maim Malapropism Malcontent Malingerer Manacle Mannered Mangy Manifest Manifestation Manifesto Manifold Manumit Marsupial Maudlin Maul Word Maverick Mawkish Mayhem Meander Medium Meek Megalomania Mellifluous Menagerie Mendacious Mercurial Meretricious Mete Mettle Miasma Minatory Mincing Minion

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Mire Miscreant Metamorphosis Word Misogynist Missive Modicum Modish Modulate Mollycoddle Molt Monolithic Morbid Mordant Mores Morose Mortify Motility Mountebank Mulct Mundane Murky Muse Musky Muster Musty Mutability Mutilate Mutinous Word Natty Nefarious Nemesis Nether Nettle Nexus Niggardly Niggle Nihilist

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Nip Nonchalance Noncommittal Noisome Nondescript Nonplus Nostalgia Nostrum Nuance Nubile Nugatory Obdurate Obeisance Obelisk Objective Oblique Obliterate Oblivion Oblivious Obloquy Obnoxious Obsequious Obsequial, obsequies Obsessive Obsidian Nomadic Word Obstinate Obstreperous Obtrude Obviate Occident Occlude Odious Odium Ogle Olfactory Ominous Onomatopoeia Opalescent Opiate Opprobrium

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Opus Oracular Oratorio Orient Osseous Ossify Ostensible Ostentatious Overt Overweening Word Overwrought Paean Palatable Palate Palimpsest Pall Palliate Pallid Palpitate Paltry Panache Pandemonium Pander Pantomime Paraphernalia Parlance Parochial Paroxysm Partisan Pastiche Pathological Pathos Patois Patrician Patronize Word Pell-mell Penance Pensive Penumbra

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Penury Perceptive Percussion Perdition Peregrination Peremptory Perfidious Perfunctory Peripatetic Perjury Pernicious Peroration Perpetrate Perquisite Perspicacious Perspicuity Perspicuous Pert Pertinacious Perturb Peruse Pervasive Perverse Perversion Pestilential Petulant Pharisaical Philanderer Word Phylum Physiognomy Piebald Pied Pillory Pine Pinion Pique Piscatorial Pitfall Pith Pittance Placebo Plait Platonic

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Plaudit Plausible Plebeian Plenary Pliable Pliant Pluck Plumage Plumb Poignancy Polemic Polemical Politic Polity Polyglot Pontificial Pore Portly Poseur Posterity Potentate Poultice Precarious Word Precept Precipice Precis Preclude Predicament Predilection Predispose Preempt Prehensile Prelate Prelude Preponderance Preposterous Prerogative

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Presumptuous Pretext Prevail Prevalent Prevaricate Prim Primordial Primp Privation Privy Probity Prodigious Profound Prognosis Prognosticate Proletarian Prolixity Promiscuous Promontory Promulgate Propagate Prophylactic Propinquity Word Propound Proscenium Proscribe Proselytize Prosody Protean Protg Protract Provenance Provender Proviso Provocative Prowess Prude Prune Prurient Pry Pterodactyl Puerile Puissant

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Pulchritude Pummel Punctilious Purchase Purgatory Purport Purported Purse Purveyor Pusillanimous Putative Putrid Pylon Quack Quaft Quagmire Quail Quaint Qualms Quarry Word Quash Quay Quell Querulous Quibble Quiescent Quintessence Quip Quirk Quisling Quiver Quixotic Quizzical Quotidian Rabid Rail Raiment Rakish Rally Ramble

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Ramification/Ramify Rampant Rampart Rancid Rancor Rant Rapacious Rapt Rarefied Raspy Ratify Ratiocination Raucous Ravage Ravel Ravine Raze Reactionary Rebus Recalcitrant Recant Recapitulate Recidivism Recondite Reconnaissance Recount Recrimination Rectitude Recumbent Word Redolent Redoubtable Redress Reek Refectory Refractory Refulgent Rejoinder Relegate Relent

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Relic Reminiscence Remission Remonstrance Rend Rendition Renegade Renege Rent Repartee Repast Repeal Repercussion Repertoire Repine Replete Reprehensible Repress Reprieve Reprimand Reprisal Reprise Reproach Reprobate Reprobation Reprove Repugnance Repulsion Requiem Requite Word Restitution

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Restive Resuscitate Retaliation Retinue Retract Retrench Retribution

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Retroactive Retrograde Rhapsodize Ribald Riddle Rider Rig Rile Riveting Rivulet Rococo Roil Rote Rout Rubble Rubric Rue

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Ruminate Rummage Runic Saccharine Sacrosanct Reverie Rife Ruse Word Sadistic Sagacious Sage Sallow Salutary Sanctuary Sardonic Sartorial Saturnine

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Satyr Saunter Scabbard Scad Scaffold Scintilla Scintillate Scoff Scotch Scourge Scruple Scuffle Scurrilous Scurry Scurvy Scuttle Sear Sedition Sedulous Seemly Seethe Semantic Semblance Seminary Sententious Sentient Sentinel Word Sequester Sere Serrated Sever Shambles Shard Sheaf

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Shoddy Shrew Shunt Shyster Sibylline Simper Sinewy Sinuous Skiff Skimp Skittish Skulk Slake Sleeper Slew Slight Slough

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Smattering Smelt Smirk Smolder Snivel Sojourn Solecism Solicitous Word Somnolent Sonorous Sophist Sophistry Sophomoric Spangle Spate Spectral Spoonerism Spurn Squalor

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Squat Staccato Stanch Steep Stem Stentorian Stifle Stigma/Stigmatize

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Stilted Stipple Stockade Stodgy Stoke Strew Striated Stricture Stultify Stupor Stygian Stymie Subaltern Subdued Subjugate Sublimate Sublime Strident Stupefy Spry Word Subliminal Suborn Subpoena Subsume Subterfuge Subversive

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Succinct Succor Succulent Suffragist Sully Sultry Supercilious Supererogatory

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Supine Supplant Suppliant/Supplicant Supplicate Surly Surreptitious Surrogate Suture Swarthy Swill Sybarite Sylvan Taint Tacit Tactile Tantalize Tantamount Word Tarry Tatty Taut Tautological Tawdry Tedium Teetotalism Temerity

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Tempers Tempestuous Temporize Tenacious Tenacity Tenet Tenuous Tesselated Testy Thrall Threadbare Throes Thwart Timbre Timidity Timorous Tirade Tithe Tittilate Titter Titular Toady Tome Tender Terminus Tether Tipple Treatise Tepid Word Tonsure Torpor Torrid Tortuous Totter Tout Tract Traduce

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Transfigure Transgression Transmute Transpire Travail Travesty Tremor, tremulous Trenchant Tribulation Troth Trough Truculence Tryst Turbid Tureen Turgid Turpitude Tutelage, tutelary Typhoon Tyro Tumid Tumult Tundra Word Umbrage Unbridled Uncouth Unearthly Unfaltering Unfledged Ungainly Unguent Unobtrusive Unprepossessing Unravel

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Unrequited Unseemly Unsullied Untenable Untoward Untrammeled Unwonted Upbraid Urchin Ursine Usurp Usury Uxorious Vacillate Vagabond Vainglorious Vanguard Vantage Vassal Vaunted Vehement Unaccountable Unction Undergird Underlying Undermine Unwarranted Uproarious Utopia Uncanny Word Venal Venerable, Venerate Venial Venison Vent Ventral Veracious, veracity Verdant Veritable, verity

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Vernacular Vernal Vertigo Verve Vestige

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Vicarious Vicissitude Vie Vignette Vindicative Vindictive Vintner Virile Virulent Visage Visceral Viscid Vise/Vice Vital Vitiate Vitreous Vitriolic Verisimilitude Word Waffle Waft Waggish Wake Wan Wangle Wanton

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Warren Wary

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Wean Welt Welter Whelp Whet Whiff Whit Whittle Wince Winnow Wispy Wistful Wizened Wrath Wreak Wrest Writhe Wry Zany Zephyr Wallow

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MEANING Meaning abolish obscure, profound (secret), difficult to understand approach and speak first to a person, to give respect, to give salute to assent, agree passively bitter in words or manner supporter, follower something added on or attach e.g. laptop & desktop request, solemn oath an assistant officer in the army lacking pride, wretched, miserable e.g. -> abject poverty Meaning to give pain, to harass, to trouble, distress, misery advancement, progress to raise in power, wealth, rank etc. non-believer of God (e.g. athiest) to refer indirectly (touch) to keep at a distance, apart, reticent, reserved, indifferent, disinterested unselfishly generous, concerned for others, good doing having opposite feeling (love and hate) towards the same object or situation answerable or accountable legally, readily managed or willing to be led flattery, admiration artificial, pretended, assumed in order to impress

ANTONYMS Antonyms

Meaning medieval form of speculative thought that aimed to transfer base metals (lead or copper) into silver or gold, chemistry cheerful promptness and eagerness inclined towards love something or someone misplaced in time person who seeks to overturn the established government short account of an amusing or interesting event bringing it to a desired consistency, texture or hardness by a process of gradually heating and cooling abnormal, irregular collection of selected literary passages imitate or mimic loss of speech due to injury or illness concise, apothegm, a short pithy instructive saying prophetic, pertaining to revelations not authentic, widely believed but not true highest/farthest point, culmination, point in Earth's orbit where a satellite is at the greatest distance from the Earth Perigee

eager for, greedy, zealous solemn curse, someone or something regarded as curse hostile feeling or intent, bad blood hostility, active resistance letdown in thought or emotion, a disappointing decline after a previous rise Meaning appropriate, fitting, proper arrest - a criminal, dread, perceive (understand) to inform, to give notice of a pose in ballet in which dancer stands on one leg with one arm extended in front and the other leg and arm extended behind, style of decoration involving interwined plants and abstract curves secretive, clandestine, mysterious, known only to the initiated prototype, primitive pattern, an original model, pilot heat, passion, zeal hard, strenuous, laborious, energetic a characteristic language of a particular group (jargon) operatic solo in an opera to accuse, to find fault with, to impeach, to indict speak in a certain way, effective, distinct controlling influence, dominance attribute, refer, assign, impute sterile, preventing infection, having a cleansing effect ash-colored, deadly pale, anaemic look from illness or emotion to appreciate, to value turned or twisted towards one side, crooked sharpness (of temper), harshness of manner, severity slanderous remark, an abusive attack on a person's character or good name dilligent, hardworking, marked by care and persistent effort absorb, take in, cause to become homogeneous name, title unreasonable or capricious, tyrannical stop or check, seize or capture (the attention) Meaning sour or bitter in taste, also: binding, causing contraction similarity in special features with remote ancestors make amends for, pay for, reconcile, expiate wasting away from want of nutrition, weaken not normal, irregular first light of the day, color of the sky at sunrise assert confidently or declare, to affirm firm dislike, hatred eager for, greedy, zealous

Propitiate

deny indifferent

secondary or minor occupation to declare openly, to confess an overhelming feeling of admiration, a feeling of profound respect for someone or something, feeling of wonder shoemaker's boring tool distorted, crooked, uneven self-evident truth requiring no proof pester, annoy, tease teasing, conversation frustrate, perplex (make more complicated), stupefy, befuddle threatening, menacing, sinister, foreshadowing evil, minatory stop short, as if faced with an obstacle, refuse to comply heavy substance used to add stability or weight mild and pleasant, fragrant casual exchange of words, frivolous discussion, discuss lightly or glibly openly cutting remark(jibe), an aggressive remark directed at a person and intended to have a telling effect, sharp projection from fishhook or other object Harass, tease the heavy fire of a gun to saturate an area rather than hit a specific target Meaning a stronghld into which people could go for shelter during battle (citadel) control, restrain, let down indecent, obscene showing or producing joy, blissful make happy, declare a dead person to be blessed blessedness dress up tastelessly, gaudily feel or show dissatisfaction at, envy (person) the possession of under a moral obligation to someone be incumbent on (person) to (do something), be appropriate or necessary assail, attack verbally with harsh criticism annoy persistently, surround as to force to give up, besiege give false notion of regret strongly, deplore, lament cause to be confused emotionally, lost in thought kindly, doing good gracious, gentle, favorable, not malignant determined, natural inclination leave to someone by means of a will state of being deprived of something valuable or beloved deprived of, lacking frenzied, wild

to pray, to ask earnestly, to entreat, beg, plead with, implore to surround, harass, trouble, to set upon to surround with armed forces, harass, beleaguer brutish, rude, barbarious, beastlike to depost, to confer, contribute, give as a gift e.g. bestow an honour on someone to suggest, to indicate, to foreshadow to make a pledge for marrying to quarrel, to run quickly suffering from a liver complaint a great wave of the sea, to rise in big waves, surging to make white by peeling, bleach cajole, coax with flattery to utter loudly, harsh roar or screech bored with life, unimpressed because of excess of wordly pleasures vulgarly loud, extremely obvious, clamorous, vociferous, strident Any plant disease resulting in withering without rotting happy, carefree, cheerful, joyous, unconcerned cold or cheerless, unlikely to be favorable Meaning to bully, to swagger, to blow in heavy gusts, to boast to forsee, to prophecy, to portend of middle class, selfishly materialistic, dully conventional stupidity of or like an ox, placid and dull, cowlike expurgate (shorten) to wave around, flourish a boar's (pig) flesh, muscular strength, sturdiness made of brass, impudent, insolent tawny or browny with streaks or spots standing up, rising like bristles, showing irritation to open up, to begin discussion, to introduce a small river (creek), tolerate, endure, to bear to scold with words or looks, to bully, intimidate(make fearful) main impact or shock table with food, a slap, knock about, blow, batter acting like a clown or buffoon (a rude or vulgar fool) mismanage, blunder grow and flourish, produces buds, branches, or germinate give an imitation that ridicules, lampoon, mockery, parody make shiny by rubbing, polish support usually of stone or brick, supports the wall of a building, prop up beg, mooch (someone who tries to get something for free), panhandle hardened, unfeeling malicious misrepresentation, slander, obloquy false or unfounded story, fabricated report

grave

Earn

any ulcerous sore, any evil shrewd, thrift insincere expressions of piety, jargon of thieves story set to music, to be sung by a chorus slow gallop stubborn, unwilling to cooperate, crotchety, ill-natured Meaning determine or seek opinions, votes etc., examine, opinion poll surrender faultfinding, carping shell covering the back (of a turtle, crab etc.) lurch, sway from side to side petty criticism, faultfinding, captious punishment, severe criticism shout of disapproval, boo book for religious instruction, instruction by question and answer without exceptions, unqualified, absolute, unconditional, relating to or included in a category universal, wide-ranging liberal burning, sarcastically biting burn with hot iron or caustic, laser treatment procession, parade casual and offhand, arrogant, haughty and high-handed make friviolous objections yield (title, territory) to, surrender formally speed, rapidity critical machine that separate substances by whirling them e.g -> At the dairy, we employ a centrifuge to separate cream from milk yielding (something) to another, act of ceding warm by rubbing, make sore (by rubbing) vexation (caused by humiliation or injured pride), disappointment, mortify goblet, consecrated cup Meaning support militantly, backing one who attracts customers with tricks or jokes, pretender to knowledge, mountebank, quack cautious, sparing or restrained about giving ornament a metal surface by indenting a deep opening in the earth's surface, abyss correct by punishment or scolding, restrain censure severely, restrain, correct by punishment or discipline censure severely, reprimand, punish or scold marked by changes in fortune

Innocuous

retain

scold courteous, faithful, brave chuckle with delight, laugh softly boorish, rude nonentity, worthless person or thing, secret code unnecessarily wordy and indirect speech, evasive language limit narrowly, confine or restrict, define prudent, cautious outwit, baffle having foresight, fortuneteller climb by crawling loud, resounding noise fear of being locked in split or seaver, cling to, remain faithful split phrase dulled in meaning by repetition, a trite or obvious remark, banal region, climate small, exclusive group, cabal relating to the highest point monastery or convent great influence (especially political or social) distasteful (because excessive) combine, fuse concluding section of a muscial or literary composition, something that rounds out, summarizes or concludes supplement to the body of a will arrange (laws, rules) as a code, classify use of force to get someone to obey living at the same time as, contemporary convincing think over related linguistically, allied by blood, similar or akin in nature armed band make coins, invent or fabricate Meaning pertaining to conversational or common speech, informal informal discussion gigantic statue attractive, agreeable rebuke (censure severely), deserts, an outcome (good or bad) that is well deserved courtesy, civility corresponding in extent, degree, amount etc., proportionate feel or express pity or sympathy for held in common, a group of people agreement, contract

self-satisfaction, smugness trying to please, overly polite, obliging involvement in a crime, participation bear one's self, behave remorse hollow beginning, forming of an idea mutually agreed on, done together an act of yielding reconciling, soothing prepare by combining, dream up, devise or invent e.g. He concocted a plan to get rich quickly that which accompanies bestow courtesies with a superior air, descend, lower oneself, stoop, deign appropriate, deserved (almost always, in the sense of deservedly severe, as in condign punishment) e.g. Condign execution of Saddam Hussein overlook, forgive, give tacit approval, excuse helpful, contributive trusted friend great fire meld or fuse, confuse, combine into one flowing together, crowd confuse, puzzle pleasant, friendly Meaning summon a devil, practice magic, imagine or invent, beseech (beg or plead) pretense of ignorance of something wrong, assistance, permission to offend, agreement of a secret plot (collusion) scruplous, careful pompous, self-important harmony, agreement struggle, compete, assert earnestly, debate, deal with reasonably well despite some difficulty claim, thesis, argument e.g. bone of contention quarrelsome adjacent to, touching upon self-restraint, sexual chastity dependent on, conditional, group that makes up part of a gathering penitent, repentant forced, artificial, not spontaneous disobedient, resisting authority, stubborn, headstrong assemble approach, tend to meet, come together

discriminate between

festive, gay, characterised by joviality coiled around, involved, intricate projecting molding on building (usually above columns) wrinkled, ridged group that meets socially, select circle, clique (small group) approve, tolerate, face bruise Meaning highly successful action or sudden attack agreement secret, hidden, implied avaricious, eagerly desirous of, greedy, showing extreme cupidity shrink quivering, as from fear, cringe shy, modest, coquettish cheat, hoodwink, swindle, deceive sour, peevish, annoyed and irritable cowardly, poltroon, lacking even the rudiments of courage, abjectly fearful belief on slight evidence, gullibility (easily deceivable), naivete increase in the volume or intensity hag, witch, an ugly evil-looking old woman attainment of highest point, climax casual, hastily done trifle with, procrastinate lessen in intensity, diminish, mute intimidate, frighten, cow wooden, impassive corrupt, drunken revelery (carousal) expose as false, exaggerated, worthless, etc. Meaning state of collapse caused by illness or old age express strong disapproval of, disparage, deprecate desertion, abandonment, renunciation courteous regard for another's wish refusal to yield, resistance provide for the payment of, bear the expenses of, pay neat, skillful, spruce, dexterous dead condescend, stoop, lower oneself, patronize mental disorder marked by confusion flood, rush dig, investigate person who appeals to people's prejudice, false leader behavior, bearing insane, mad, sick, disturbed, unbalanced, unhinged valorous

contempt

pertaining to the people objection, protest, object (because of doubts, scruples), hesitate grave, serious, coy (overly modest, shy) blacken inhabitant or resident, regular visitor outcome, final development of the plot of a play or other literary work condemn, criticize regret strongly, bemoan, lament dethrone, remove from office testimony under oath, swear extreme corruption, wickedness express disapproval of, protest against, belittle, decry plundering (the act of stealing things from a place, take illegally) make insane, disarrange, throw into great confusion or disorder ridicule, make fun of [Derisive is an extreme form of critical] Meaning catch sight of, spot, spy profane (blasphemous), violate the sanctity (holiness) of, to deprive a thing of its holy character dry up, arid unpopulated, joyless, lay waste to, forsake, crushed by grief look on with scorn, regard as worthless or distasteful strip of valuables, rob depressed, gloomy state of disuse aimless, haphazard, digressing at random, purposeless something that discourages, hindrance slandering, aspersion harmful, damaging be transferred to another, delegate to another, gradually worsen devilish, demonic, fiendish, satanic, unholy crown bitter scolding, invective shyness, modest wordy, rambling, spread out (like a gas) tending to delay, intentionally delaying, wasting time, laggard, dally aimless follower of the arts, amateur, dabbler dull, not fresh, cheerless means, effort, way disastrous, dreadful, fearful, terrible lament with music, a song of mourning composed as a memorial to a dead person, threnody, requiem correct a false impression, undeceive disloyal dissolve, disperse laudatory piece of writing

denial, disclaiming distinguishable, perceivable mentally quick and observant, having insight, showing good judgement put to rout, defeat, disconcert confuse, upset, embarrass disregard formal discussion, conversation digressing, rambling surrender something, eject, vomit make discontented freedom from bias or from selfish motives, impartiality, unprejudiced Meaning remove (forcibly) cut into small parts, separate the limbs from the body basically different, unrelated, heterogeneous uneasiness, anxiety a formal systematic inquiry, an explanation of the results of a formal enquiry, an explanatory essay disguise, pretend, feign (make believe with intent to deceive) distribute, spread, scatter (like seeds), disperse, diffuse, broadcast dissenting, rebellious, disagreeing, objector, protestor pretend, conceal by feigning (pretending with intention to deceive) disintegration, looseness in morals persuade not to do, discourage, deter reserved or aloof, cold in manner expand, swell out, dilate honor, contrast, discrimination inattentive, distracted, often by anxiety upset, distracted by anxiety, deeply agitated especially from emotion unable to compromise about points of doctrine, dogmatic, unyielding teachings in general, particular principle (religious, legal etc.) taught, school of thought, philosophy shaky, infirm from old age, dotage, senile remove, take off determined, stubborn opinionated, arbitrary, doctrinal mournful, causing sadness sorrowful, tearful, weeping stupid person, dunce the calendar of a court, the list of cases to be tried or a summary of the court's activities, agenda, schedule sleeping, lethargic, latent window projecting from roof file of documents on a subject, written record be foolish or senile due to old age, show excessive affection for, shower with love

homogeneous

sullen (moody), stubbornly unyielding plunge into water, drench, extinguish slovenly, untidy disheartened, sad dull, lacking color extremely severe sediment, worthles residue nonsense, foolishness queer and amusing idle person, male bee talk dully, buzz or murmur like a bee astonish, confuse, baffle, frustrate, vex, bewilder speediness, prompt execution, message sent with all due speed Meaning forcible restraint, especially unlawfully showing excitement, overflowing with enthusiasm ineffective, lacking vigor, sterile, worn out shameless, impudent boldness pouring forth, an unrestrained expression, as of feelings, outbursts notorious, conspicuously bad or shocking, crying to utter suddenly and briefly - exclamation draw out by discussion, deduce or construe a meaning to flow out, issue or proceed, come forth, give forth, exhale forced into some kind of situation, condition, or course of action salary, compensation surround or encircle, enclose, include Efficiency or conscieseness in using something Meaning provide with some quality, endow charming, attractive call forth, give rise to, make children occupy fully command, order, forbid please intensely settle comfortably follow as a consequence, result require, necessiate, involve fond word or act put under a spell, carry away with emotion plead, ask earnestly loosely connected word or phrase characteristically used to describe a person or thing rider or horseback make an attempt at, test, try long, period of time, an age

Leisureliness

impassiveness deference

witty thought or saying period of time adopt, support learned scholarly approval, support Meaning tending to call up (emotions, memories) explanation, especially of passages of the Bible urgent, requiring immediate attention small, minute still in existence to remove or destroy totally, to pull up by as if by the roots free, disentangle, disengage discharge, give forth joking (often inapporpriately), humorous easily accomplished, ready or fluent, superficial party, clique or group, dissension (disagreement) inclined to form factions, causing dissension suitable, practical, politic interjection, profane oath or obscene expression explanatory, serving to explain protest, remonstrance, objection

oppose publicly

deferrable

lugubrious

Meaning misleading, false to comprehend, to investigate, to measure the depth of a water body brainless, inane, foolish, yet smug (contentedly confident of one's ability), lack of intelligence trying to please by behaving obsequiously, flattering or cringing not domestic, wild, brutal search and discover through persistent investigation, a mammal ardent, having or showing great warmth or intensity of spirit, feeling, enthusiasm, zealous ardent (having expressive of, or characterized by intense feeling, passionate), having burning desire growing ardor, intensity of feeling, passion rankle, produce irritation or resentment, a sore that become inflamed and formed pus invention, imaginary statement, a fiction not literal, but metaphorical, using a figure of speech delicate, lacelike metalwork or ornamental work belief that events are determined by forces beyond one's control flabby - soft and limp, not firm, hanging loose or drooping droop, grow feeble, to fall off in vigor, energy, to become dull wax conspicuously wicked, blatant, outrageous, shockingly noticeable, notorious

thresh grain by hand, strike or slap, toss about, a wooden corn threshing instrument hesitate, shrink, cringe, cower, wince strip off skin, plunder, whip, attack with harsh criticism, peel agitation, commotion, unrest, excitement Meaning struggle & thrash about, proceed clumsily or falter (hesitate) reject, mock, show contempt for accidental, by chance unruly, disobedient, stubborn, refractory, recalcitrant filled or charge with, causing emotional distress stubbornly contrary, obstinately disobedient, not easily managed fleeting or transitory, roving (roaming, migratory)

tranquility

denounce thunderously, detonate, to explode with a loud noise, criticize severely praise stealthy, sneaky, taken, done, secret e.g a furtive manner contrast, defeat, frustrate to force upon or impose unjustifiably, insert improperly, palm off rash renounce, abandon strong point or special talent straightforward, direct, frank rear, encourage brawl (quarrel) or skirmish or fight unlikely occurrence, stroke of fortune, serendipity confuse calm stir up, instigate dandy, man excessively preoccupied with his clothes, dress place where a river can be crossed on foot sad and lonely, wretched inspiring fear or apprehension, difficult, awe-inspiring Meaning deny, challenge, dispute windstorm, gust of wind, emotional outburst (laughter, tears) bitterness, nerve, a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will, annoy, chafe romp, skip about, leap playfully, frolic entire range or scale mixed up, jumbled, distorted gather, store up, granary lean and angular, barren, haggard, bony, emaciated hammerlike tool, mallet cheerfulness, kindliness, sympathy bend the knee as in worship, to express a servile (slavishly submissive) attitude

Plod

pertinent (relevant), bearing upon the case at hand, relevant, closely or significantly related the dividing of a state, county etc. into districts so as to give one political party a majority in many districts motion, gesture An aggressive remark (barb) directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect, laugh at with contempt and derision, to taunt, jibe, scoff gather leavings slowly and laboriously express evil satisfaction, view malevolently (wishing evil or harm to another or others) scowl (make a face in angry manner), frown, glare urge on, something that encourages narrow canyon, steep, rocky cleft, stuff oneself Meaning tear out, force out, dent, force with the thumb, overcharge arranged by degrees (of height, difficulty etc.), calibrated, fine-tuned wrestle, come to grips with please, give satisfaction to given freely, unnecessary and unwarranted small cavern or cave usually with attractive features complain, fuss crawl or creep on ground, remain prostrate (to lay flat on the ground) To utter or emit low dull rumbling sounds, rumble, grumble e.g He growled a rude response unwilling, reluctant, stingy exhaustive, arduous, laborious rough-mannered, ill-humored appearance, costume, pretense (the art of giving a false appearance) trick, hoodwink (to deceive), a person who is easily duped affecting the sense of taste, tasting enjoyment, enthusiasm, individual taste or liking argue about prices blessed, consecrated (declare sacred) long, passionate, and vehement speech forerunner (an omen, sign or indication of something to follow, portent, freeshadow, prediction, precursor provide a refuge for, hide, haven, shield tiresome dwelling on a subject, come back to e.g. - don't dwell on the past harass, annoy, torment, raid, molest, beset place of safety, refuge, shield, harbor hasty, rash person who verbally harasses others one who believes that pleasure is the sole aim in life

warranted

opinion contrary to popular belief or accepted religion, heretic, heterodoxy, unorthodoxy misbeliever, religious outcast made airtight with fusion or seal, obscure and mysterious, occult (pertaining to magic, astrology, use of supernatural powers) cut to pieces with ax or sword Meaning a person who works only for pay, esp. in a menial or boring job, with little or no concern for the value of the work stockpile, accumulate for future use e.g. to hoard food during a shortage white with age pistol case tendency of a system to maintain relative stability sermon, serious warning,, an inspirtational saying or clich encouraging, exhortive (advise) shack, small, wretched house arrogance, self-conceit dull, monotonous, mundane, prosaic crash, rush, move with great speed, lunge insincere, deceiving or person who pretend to have virtues, moral or religious beliefs, principles etc. that he or she does not actually possess, [made from hypocrisy] individual trait, usually odd in nature, eccentricity charmingly carefree, simple deep disgrace, shame or dishonor weakness of mind, a stupid mistake drink in, to consume liquids by drinking complicated situation, painful or complex saturate, fill, to inspire with feelings, opinions etc. Meaning spotless, flawless, absolutely clean, impeccable offer as a sacrifice unchangeable injure, mar, spoil, make imperfect, make less effective pierce imperceptible, intangible, that which cannot be felt, not perceptible to the touch drive or force onward, propel, press on nearing, approaching, imminent domineering, haughty, magisterial, authoritative insolent, rude, impudent, irreverent calm, placid, impassive, without feeling violent, hasty, rash incriminate, show to be involved

understood, but not stated urging, demanding, imploring, beseech, pleading beg persistently assuming a false identity, incognito curse, malediction impertinence (irrelevance), insolence (rude) dispute or contradict (often in an insulting way), challenge, gainsay (oppose) powerlessness, feebleness (weak), lacking strength freedom from punishment or harm to attribute, ascribe (to assign), as to a person unintentional by oversight, not attentive, heedless, without knowledge not to be taken away, nontransferable singing or chanting of magic spells, magical formula disable, injure permanently (handicap), invalid Meaning recently begun, rudimentary, elementary not essential, minor beginning in an early age cutting, sharp, remarkably clear and direct rate of occurrence stormy, unkind, harsh or severe unintelligible, muddled, illogical, confused, unable to express clearly (inarticulate) accuse, serve as evidence against hard coating or crust burden, mental care, nightmare notch (an angular or V-shaped cut), deep recess a contract by which a person is bound to be a servant or apprentice to his master native anger at an injustice offensive or insulting treatment persuade, bring about pertaining to induction or proceeding from the specific to the general humoring, yielding, lenient, permissive habitually intoxicated, drunk unutterable, inexpressible, incapable of being expressed or described in words irresistible (not able to oppose or withstand), not to be escaped relentless, unyielding, implacable, unalterable, adamant pertaining to hell, devilish e.g - an infernal plot unbeliever Meaning

fully formed

clever, resourceful deeply established, firmly rooted (used especially of ideas or principles) ungrateful person become popular with restrain, retard or prevent unfriendly, hostile, harmful, detrimental wicked, immoral, unrighteous inborn harmless, unobjectionable hint, insinuation unrestrained, excessive impenetrable, not readily understood, mysterious treacherous (faithlessness, traitorous, deceptive), stealthy, sly, pernicious hint, imply, creep in, innuendo lacking in flavor, dull indifferent, without concern or care disobedience, rebelliousness narrow-mindedness, isolation rebellious, resisting some established authority, government or tradition rebellion, uprising, opposition against some established authority, government or tradition prohibit, forbid, proscribe intruder endless brief mutually destructive period between two reigns (period during which a sovereign occupies the throne) refusal of any compromise, stubborness overwhelm, flood, submerge accustomed, hardened e.g. he is inured to cold denounce, utter censure or invective lead astray, wheedle (to lure, entice by flattery), cajole e.g He inveigled her into going along request directly Meaning deep rooted, habitual designed to create ill will or envy, discriminatory prayer for help, calling up a spirit or devil (conjuration) occuring in an unexpected and contrary manner, humorously sarcastic or mocking blameless, impeccable, inculpable, free of guilt uncertain how to act, weak, indecisive, infirm, unstable narrow neck of land connecting two larger bodies of land

caustic

casual

prejudiced (envious, hostile or resentful), yellowed (affected by jaundice) lighthearted, animated, easy and carefree, debonair, dapper An aggressive remark (barb) directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect, agree, be in harmony with, to shift from one side to the other, gibe extremely aggressive and militant patriot, warlike chauvinist (zealous), a bellicose nationalist to bump, push, shove, brush against, or elbow roughly or rudely for making one's way trip, especially one taken for pleasure by an official at public expense range of knowledge, cognizance central or vital part, whole seed (as of corn) untrustworthy perosn, rogue, scoundrel (evil person) likely to change, unstable, reactive, unbalanced torn, ragged wound lacking purpose or zest, halfhearted, languid, dreamy, lacking spirit or liveliness, listless brief and to the point, crisp, terse e.g "the laconic reply, 'yes'" Meaning laypersons, the people outside of a particular profession long and thin generous gift, magnanimity economy cause to rise or grow lighter, enliven suspicious, cautious lack of seriousness or steadiness, frivolity, lightness and humor gravity text of an opera, playscript oblivion, region near heaven or hell where certain souls are kept, a prison (slang), state of being disregarded or forgotten, oblivion e.g Games security in limbo (theft occur) treat as a celebrity, assign great social importance to supplicatory (humbly) prayer, any long and tedious address or recital lead-colored, ashen, enraged, feeling or showing extreme anger, anaemic look from illness or emotion reluctant, disinclined, unwilling appear or take shape (usually in an enlarged or distorted form) Meaning clumsy person e.g. a lout lacks grace laughable, trifling, humorous, derisory mournful, sorrowful make a quick forward dive or reach, thrust, hurtle stealthily lie in waiting, slink, exist unperceived, waylay pleasing to taste or smell, delicious, yummy, having strong sexual appeal gruesome, grisly, ghastly

a ceremonial staff carried as a symbol of office or authority, clublike medieval weapon separate into constituents by soaking, waste away, emaciate crafty, double-dealing a powerful current of water sucking in objects within a given radius (whirlpool), restless or disordered state of affairs, vortex mutilate, injure unintentional misuse of a word person dissatisfied with existing state of affairs one who feigns (pretend) illness to escape duty restrain, handcuff affected, not natural shabby, wretched provide evidence for, stand as proof, visible, obvious outward demonstration, indication declaration, statement of policy numerous, varied emancipate, free from bondage or slavery one of a family of mammals that nurse their offspring in a pouch, pouch mammal effusively sentimental, weakly emotional, mawkish handle roughly, a heavy hammer, injure badly by beating Meaning rebel, nonconformist (a person who refuses to conform, as to established customs, attitudes, or ideas), irregular, unorthodox mushy and gushy, icky-sticky sentimental, maudlin injury to body, violent and needless disturbance, havoc wind or turn in its course element that is a creature's natural environment, nutrient setting in which microorganisms are cultivated submissive, patient and long-suffering, modest, very docile mania for doing grandiose things, psychopathy, mental disease, mental illness pleasing to the ear, dulcet, melodious, sweet collection of wild animals, zoo lying, habitually dishonest, false capricious (sudden change), changing, fickle flashy, tawdry, e.g.-> Her jewels were expensive but not meretricious measure, distribute, a line that indicates a boundary, borderline courage, spirit swamp gas, heavy, vaporous atmosphere, dangerous, foreboding, or deathlike influence or atmosphere, an unwholesome atmosphere menacing, threatening, baleful, sinister affectedly dainty (of delicate beauty), nice, elegant a servile (submissive, obedient) dependent, subordinate of a person in power

stable/constant

entangle, stick in swampy ground wretch, villian change of form Meaning hater of women letter limited quantity, token amount fashionable, in vogue, in style tone down in intensity, regulate, change from one key to another pamper, indulge excessively shed or cast off hair or feathers solidly uniform, unyielding, massive, monumental e.g. a monolithic worldwide movement given to unwholesome thought, moody, characteristic of disease biting, sarcastic, stinging conventions, moral standards, customs ill-humored, sullen, melancholy humiliate, punish the flesh, chagrin ability to move spontaneously charlatan (one who attracts customers with tricks or jokes), boastful pretender, quack defraud a person of something wordly as opposed to spiritual, everyday, humdrum e.g 1) mundane affairs, 2) mundane job of greasing engines dark and gloomy, thick with fog, vague ponder (think deeply) having the odor of musk (substance secreted in the abdomen of the male musk deer) gather, assemble, conscription (compulsory military service) stale (lacking freshness), spoiled by age ability to change in form, fickleness maim (injure or wound severely), murder unruly, rebellious, disloyal Meaning neatly or smartly dressed, dapper very wicked someone seeking revenge lower or under annoy, vex connection meanly stingy, parsimonious spend too much time on minor points, carp, fuss, quibble one who considers traditional beliefs to be groundless and existence meaningless, anarchist continuation without change

cheerful, lighthearted

sloppy

stop something's growth or development, snip off, bite, make numb with cold indifference, lack of concern, nonexistence neutral, unpledged, undecided, indefinite foul-smelling, unwholesome undistinctive, ordinary e.g a nondescript novel bring to a halt by confusion, perplex homesickness, longing for the past questionable medicine shade of difference in meaning or color, subtle distinction marriageable futile, worthless stubborn, obstinate bow tall column tapering and ending in a pyramid not influenced by emotion, fair, goal, aim indirect, slanting destroy completely obscurity, forgetfulness, limbo e.g [Games security in limbo (theft occurred)] inattentive or unmindful, wholly absorbed slander, disgrace, infamy, calumny offensive slavishly attentive, servile, sycophantic, fawning funeral ceremony related to thinking about something constantly, preoccupying black volcanic rock wandering, having no fixed home Meaning stubborn, hard to control or treat, obdurate boisterous, noisy push (oneself or one's ideas) forward or intrude, butt in, stick out or extrude make unnecessary, get rid of the West (North America and South America) shut, close, impede, block hateful, vile detestation, hatefulness, disrepute look at amorously, make eyes at concerning the sense of smell threatening words formed in imitation of natural sounds iridescent, lustrous medicine to induce sleep or deaden pain infamy, vilification

complaisant

mindful

irreproachable/good repute

weak prophetic, uttered as if with divine authority, mysterious or ambiguous dramatic peom set to music get one's bearings, adjust made of bone, bony change or harden into bone apparent, professed, pretended showy, pretentious, trying to attract attention open to view presumptuous, arrogant, unrestrained especially with regard to feelings Meaning extremely agitated, hysterical song of praise or joy agreeable, pleasing to the taste roof of the mouth, sense of taste parchment used for second time after original writing has been erased, manuscript grow tiresome ease pain, make less severe or offensive pale, wan (lacking vitality as from weariness or illness), feeble throb, flutter insignificant, petty, trifling flair, flamboyance wild tumult cater to the low desire of others, pimp acting without dialogue equipment, odds and ends, appurtenances language, idiom narrow in outlook, provincial, related to parishes a sudden uncontrollable attack, fit or attack of pain, laughter, rage one-sided, prejudiced, committed to a party imitation of another's style in musical composition or in writing, potpourri, medley pertaining to disease tender, sorrow, pity, quality in art or literature that produces these feelings local or provincial dialect noble, aristocratic support, act superior toward, be a customer of Meaning in confusion, disorderly self-imposed punishment for sin, penitence, repentance dreamily thoughtful, pondering partial shadow (in an eclipse)

impassive

severe poverty, stinginess insightful, aware, wise striking one object against another sharply damnation, complete ruin journey, travelling demanding and leaving no choice e.g he spoke in peremptory tones treacherous, disloyal superficial, not thorough, lacking interest, care or enthusiasm walking about, moving false testimony while under oath very destructive, insidious conclusion of an oration commit an offense any gain above stipulated salary having insight, penetrating, astute, sapient (acutely insight and wise) clearness of expression, freedom from ambiguity plainly expressed, limpid impertinent (impudent, irreverent), forward stubborn, persistent, dogged disturb greatly read with care spread throughout stubbornly wrongheaded, wicked and unacceptable corruption, turning from right to wrong causing plague, baneful touchy, peevish pertaining to the Pharisees, who paid scruplous attention to tradition, selfrighteous, hypocritical, sanctimonious faithless lover, flirt, womaniser Meaning major classification, second to kingdom, of plants and animals, division face of different colors, mottled, spotted variegated, multicolored, motley punish by placing in a wooden frame, subject to criticism and ridicule languish, decline, long for, yearn restrain irritation, resentment, provoke or arouse, annoy e.g. - Her tactless remark piqued me pertaining to fishing hidden danger, concealed trap core or marrow, essence, substance a small allowance or wage harmless substance prescribed as a dummy pil A hairdo formed by braiding or twisting the hair, braid, intertwine purely spiritual, theoretical, without sensual desire

loyal

superficial element

enthusiastic approval, round of applause having a show of truth but open to doubt, specious (deceptively pleasing) common, pertaining to the common people complete, full flexible, yielding, adaptable flexible, easily influenced, supple courage feathers of a bird examine critically in order to understand, measure depth (by sounding), vertical quality of being deeply moving, keenness of emotion e.g - a moment of extraordinary poignancy controversy, argument in support of point of view aggressive in verbal attack, disputatious expedient, prudent, well devised form of government of nation or state speaking several languages pertaining to a bishop or pope, pompous or pretentious (ostentatious, showy) study industriously, ponder, scrutinize an euphemism for fat (stout) person who pretends to be sophisticated, elegant etc. descendants, future generations monarch, sovereign, a ruler who is unconstrained by law, dictator soothing application applied to sore and inflamed portions of the body uncertain, risky e.g the precarious life of an undersea diver Meaning rule of personal conduct, principle e.g he believed all the Christian precepts cliff, dangerous position concise summing up of main points, synopsis, outline, abstract make impossible, eliminate, prevent, forestall tricky or dangerous situation, dilemma, plight, quandary partiality, preference, a strong liking (orientation) give an inclination toward, make susceptible to head off, forestall by acting first, acquire for oneself before others can do so, suppliant (requester, petitioner) capable of grasping or holding, avaricious, greedy, covetous church dignitary, high priest introduction, forerunner, preliminary e.g. - training is a necessary prelude to employment superiority of power, quantity etc. absurd, ridiculus, ludicrous, zany privilege, unquestionable right, exclusive right e.g. - suffrage (right to vote in political elections) was the prerogative of white adult males

conciliatory

propensity to dislike

arrogant, taking liberties, assuming excuse, pretense, guise induce, triumph over, dominate, rife widespread, most frequent or very common, dominant, rife lie, beat about the bush very precise and formal, exceedingly proper, dainty, mincing existing at the beginning (of time), rudimentary, aboriginal, primeval groom oneself with care, adorn oneself, preen hardship, want, a state of extreme poverty secret, hidden, not public, secluded uprightness, incorruptibility, having strong moral principles, integrity marvelous, enormous, exceptional deep, not superficial, complete e.g. - a state of profound shock forecasted course of a disease, prediction predict, forebode, omen, portend member of the working class, blue collar guy tedious wordiness, verbosity mixed indiscriminately, haphazard, irregular, particularly sexually a natural elevation (especially a rocky one that just sits out into the sea), headland, foreland state or announce, put a law into effect by formal declaration, exclaim, proclaim multiply, spread used to prevent disease, protective nearness, kinship, proximity Meaning put forth for analysis, advise part of stage in front of curtain ostracize, banish, outlaw induce someone to convert to a religion or belief the art of versification (art of making verses) versatile, able to take on many forms person receiving protection and support from a patron prolong source of something, place of origin, birthplace dry food, viands, victuals, food for domestic livestock (fodder) stipulation, provision, a stipulated condition arousing anger or interest, annoying extraordinary ability, military bravery excessively modest or proper person cut away, trim having or causing lustful thoughts and desires e.g prurient literature inquire impertinently extinct flying reptile childish powerful, strong, potent

humble

verity

dishonesty

permit

beauty, comeliness beat or pound with fists stressing niceties of conduct or form firm grasp or footing place of spiritual expiation intention, meaning alleged, claimed, reputed or rumored pucker, contract into wrinkles furnisher of foodstuffs, caterer, someone who supplies provisions (especially food) cowardly, fainthearted supposed, reputed foul, rotten, decayed marking post to guide aviators, steel tower supporting cables or telephone lines charlatan, impostor, mountebank drink with relish soft, wet, boggy land, complex or dangerous situation form which it is difficult to free oneself cower, lose heart odd, old-fashioned, picturesque misgivings, uneasy fears, especially about matter of conscience (apprehension) victim, object of a hunt, a surface excavation for extracting stone or slate, prey, target Meaning subdue (put down by force), crush, declare invalid, annul, nullify dock, landing place extinguish, put down, quench, appease fretful, whinning minor objection or complaint, niggle at rest, dormant, temporarily inactive purest and highest embodiment taunt, witty saying, make jokes, epigram strange attitude or habit, twist or curve abruptly traitor who aids invaders a) case for holding arrows, b) tremble, shake idealistic but impractical teasing, bantering, mocking, curious daily, commonplace, customary infected by rabies, fanatic, furious scold, rant, complain bitterly, revile, vilify, vituperate fine or decorative clothing, apparel, garb stylish, sporty, spruce call up or summon (forces, vital powers etc.), revive or recuperate wander aimlessly (physically or mentally)

Extraordinary

branching out, division growing in profusion, unrestrained, violent an embankment build around a space for defensive purposes, bulwark, wall having the odor of stale fat e.g. rancid butter bitterness, hatred rave, talk excitedly, scold, make a bombastic excite, noisy speech living by praying on other animals, excessively greedy and grasping, predatory, ravenous, voracious, feeling great rapture or delight, ecstatic, enraptured [Rapt is an extreme form of attentive] lessen the density of, of high moral or intellectual value, elevate in nature or style grating, harsh approve formally, confirm, verify reasoning, act of drawing conclusions from premises harsh and shrill, disorderly and boisterous plunder, despoil, a destructive action fall apart into tangles, unravel or untwist, disentangle narrow valley with steep sides destroy completely, dismantle opposing progress, extremely conservative puzzle in which pictures stand for words obstinately stubborn, determined to resist authority, unruly Formally reject or disavow a formerly held belief, abjure, retract summarize briefly, repeat (reprise) habitual return to crime abstruse, profound, secret, incomprehensible The act of scouting or exploring (especially to gain information about an enemy or potential enemy), reconnoitering narrate or tell, count again counterchanges, mutual accusations uprightness, moral virtue, correctness of judgement reclining, lying down completely or in part standing up Meaning fragrant, odorous, reminiscent, remindful formidable, inspiring fear remedy, compensation, indemnify, reparation, restitution emit (odor), malodor dining hall stubborn, unmanageable, recalcitrant, fractious brightly shining, beaming, radiant e.g a refulgent sunset retort (to reply), comeback, reply banish to an inferior position, delegate, assign, refer to another person for decision or judgement give in, yield

an antiquity that has survived from the distant past, memento, souvenir recollection, a mental impression retained and recalled from the past temporary moderation of disease symptoms, cancellation of a debt, forgiveness or pardon e.g his cancer is in remission protest, objection, expostulation split, tear apart translation, artistic interpretation of a song etc. deserter, traitor, turncoat, apostate deny, go back on, fail to fulfil a promise ripping or tearing or splitting violently clever reply, witticism meal, feast, banquet revoke, annul, cancel officially, rescind rebound, reverberation, reaction, indirect consequence of some action list of works of music, drama, etc. a performer is prepared to present fret, complain express joy filled to the brain or to the point of being stuffed, satiate deserving blame, condemnable e.g. adultery is as reprehensible for a husband as for a wife restrain, crush, oppress, put down by force temporary relief from harm or discomfort, hiatus, respite strong rebuke, formal reproof, scolding, censure severely retaliation, revenge musical repetition, repeat performance, recurrent action express disapproval or disappointment, upbraid person hardened in sin, devoid of a sense of decency, express strong disapproval of e.g. These ideas were reprobated severe disapproval censure, rebuke loathing (strong dislike or disgust), intense aversion, repulsion distaste, act of driving back, repugnance a song of mourning composed as a memorial to a dead person, threnody, dirge repay, revenge Meaning reparation (amends, compensation), indemnification, redress restlessly impatient, obstinately resisting control e.g. the government has done nothing to ease restrictions and manufacturers are growing restive revive repayment in kind (usually for bad treatment), revenge the retainers and attendants accompanying a high-ranking person withdraw, take back, recant cut down, economize vengeance, compensation, punishment for offenses

leave unrepaid

taking effect before its enactment (as allow) or imposition (as a tax), affecting things past e.g. retroactive law go backwards, degenerate, going from better to worse to speak or write in an exaggeratedly enthusiastic manner wanton (maliciously or unjustifiably), profane, vulgar or indecent in speech pierce with holes, permeate or spread throughout e.g. The bullets riddled his body amendment or clause added to a legislative bill fix or manipulate e.g rig an election vex, irritate, muddy, roil e.g. Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear really riles me absorbing, engrossing e.g. the author made the characters in the novel "Kitchen" so riveting small stream ornate, highly decorated to make liquids murky by stirring up sediment, to disturb, rile e.g. the sea was roiling in the storm repetition stampede, drive out fragments title or heading (in red point), directions for religious ceremony, protocol regret, lament, mourn chew over and over (mentally or like cows, physically), ponder e.g. 1) cows ruminate, 2) The Scientist must stop to observe and start to ruminate ransack, thoroughly search e.g. We rummaged through the drawers mysterious, set down in an ancient alphabet e.g. runic inscription cloyingly sweet, artificial sugar most sacred, inviolable daydream, musing abundant, current, prevail, prevalent e.g. rife winds trick, stratagem, artifice Meaning inclined to cruelty perceptive, shrewd, having insight person celebrated for wisdom yellowish, sickly in color tending to improve, beneficial, wholesome refuge, shelter, shrine, holy place disdainful, sarcastic, cynical pertaining to tailors gloomy, moody, bitter or scornful e.g. the face was saturnine and swarthy, and the sensual lips...twisted with disdain

half-human, half bestial being in the court of Dionysus, portrayed as wanton and cunning, man with strong sexual desires stroll slowly case for a sword blade, sheath e.g a scabbard is a case that holds the dagger great quantity, any of several related carangid fishes temporary platform for workers, bracing framework, platform for execution shred, least bit, iota (very small quantity) sparkle, flash mock, ridicule, gibe, laugh at with contempt and derision e.g. The crowd scoffed at the speaker stamp out, thwart, hinder or prevent lash, whip, severe punishment fret about, hesitate for ethical reasons e.g. He lied and did not even scruple about it struggle confusedly, move off in a confused manner obscene, indecent move briskly despicable, contemptible e.g. a scurvy trick above reproach 1) To move about or proceed hurriedly, 2) sink, 3) a passageway between decks of a ship char or burn, brand, make very hot and dry resistance to authority, insubordination, infraction, violation, misdemeanor diligent, assiduous proper, according with custom, decorous be disturbed, boil relating to the meaning of words outward appearance, guise, illusion school for training future ministers, secondary school, especially for young woman terse, concise, aphoristic, trying to appear wise, moralistic capable of sensation, aware, sensitive sentry, lookout, spotter

non chalance indecorous

Meaning isolate, retire from public life, segregate, seclude, confiscate e.g. The customs agents sequestered the illegal shipment parched, dry having a sawtoothed edge e.g. A bread knife may be a long serrated blade used for slicing bread and tomatoes smooth cut, separate wreck, mess fragment, generally of pottery bundle of stalks of grain, any bundle of things tied together

sham, not genuine, inferior e.g. 1) shoddy business practices, 2) mean little shoddy houses scolding woman turn aside, divert, sidetrack lawyer using questionable methods, pettifogger prophetic, oracular e.g. a kind of sibylline book with ready and infallible answers to questions smirk, smile affectedly tough, strong and firm winding, bending in and out, not morally honest small, light sailboat or rowboat provide scantily, live very economically lively, frisky move furtively and secretly quench, sate something originally of little value or importance that in time becomes very valuable e.g. the winner was a true sleeper--no one expected him to get it a) large quantity or number, b) turn sharply insult to one's dignity, snub cast off e.g. each spring, the snakes sloughs off its skin a small number, talk foolishly, work in an amateurish manner, slight knowledge e.g. 1) She smatters Russian, 2) only a smattering of responses were received melt or blend ores, changing their chemical composition conceited smile, simper burn without flame, be liable to break out at any moment e.g. a smoldering fire run at the nose, snuffle, whine temporary stay, visit 1) a socially awkward or tactless act, 2) an ungrammatical usage of words, 3) gaffe, gaucherie, faux pas, slip worried, concerned e.g. solicitous about the future Meaning half asleep full and loud and deep, resonant (pleasant) teacher of philosophy, quibbler, employer of fallacious reasoning seemingly plausible but fallacious reasoning immature, half-baked, like a sophomore small metallic piece sewn to clothing for ornamentation e.g. the star-spangled banner sudden flood e.g. a spate of letters ghostly, relating to a spectrum accidental transposition of sounds in successive words, slip of the tongue reject, scorn e.g. She spurned his advances filth, degradation, dirty, neglected state

1) sit on one's heels, 2) stocky, short and thick e.g. 1) In some cultures, the women give birth while squatting, 2) a little church with a squat tower played in an abrupt manner, marked by abrupt, sharp sound check flow of blood, stop the flow of a liquid, stem e.g. stanch the tide soak, saturate check the flow, stop the flow of a liquid, stanch extremely loud suppress, extinguish, inhibit e.g. Stifle your curiosity token of disgrace, brand bombastic, stiffly pompous, artificially formal e.g. a stilted letter of acknowledgment"; "when people try to correct their speech they develop a stilted pronunciation paint or draw with dots e.g. The sunlight stippled the trees wooden enclosure or pen, fixed line of posts used as defensive barrier stuffy, boringly conservative stir up a fire, feed plentifully spread randomly, sprinkle, scatter marked with parallel bands, grooved critical comments, severe and adverse criticism cause to appear or become stupid or inconsistent, frustrate or hinder state of apathy, daze, lack of awareness e.g. his mother's death left him in a stupor gloomy, hellish, deathly, dark present an obstacle, stump, hinder e.g. His brother stymied him at every turn subordinate, inferior in rank or status less intense, quieter conquer, bring under control e.g. The rich landowners subjugated the peasants working the land refine, purify exalted, noble and uplifting, utter, inspiring awe e.g. the sublime beauty of the night loud and harsh, insistent, clamorous, blatant, vociferous e.g. strident demands make numb, stun, amaze, baffle, befuddle, dumbfound, perplex e.g. These questions stupefy even the experts vigorously active, nimble, moving quickly and lightly e.g. the old dog was so spry it was halfway up the stairs before we could stop it Meaning below the threshold persuade to act unlawfully (especially to commit perjury) writ summoning a witness to appear e.g. The witness and her records were subpoenaed include, encompass e.g. This new system subsumes the old one pretension, evasion e.g. he wasn't sick--it was just a subterfuge tending to overthrow, destructive

legato parch

brief, terse, compact e.g succinct comparisons aid, assist, comfort juicy full of richness e.g. succulent roast beef advocate of voting rights (for women) tarnish, soil, defame e.g. Her reputation was sullied after the affair with a married man sweltering, sexually exciting or gratifying e.g. a sultry look arrogant, condescending, patronizing e.g. his mother eyed my clothes with a supercilious air superfluous, more than needed or demanded e.g. it was supererogatory of her to gloat lying on back, offering no resistance e.g. No other colony showed such supine, selfish helplessness in allowing her own border citizens to be mercilessly harassed replace, usurp humbly entreating, beseeching (request earnestly) e.g. a suppliant sinner seeking forgiveness petition humbly, pray to grant a favor rude, cross, ugly e.g. a surly waiter secret, furtive, sneaky, hidden e.g. 1) surreptitious mobilization of troops, 2) a surreptitious glance at his watch substitute, alternate e.g. surrogate father stitches sewn to hold the cut edges of a wound or incision, material used in sewing dark, dusky e.g. a smile on his swarthy face drink greedily lover of luxury pertaining to the woods, rustic e.g. a shady sylvan glade (land) contaminate, cause to lose purity, modify with a trace of something bad, defile understood, not put into words e.g. a tacit agreement pertaining to the organs or sense of touch e.g. tactile qualities tease, torture with disappointment e.g. The children tantalized the new teacher equivalent in effect or value e.g. his statement was tantamount to an admission of guilt

vigilant

Meaning to stay, to wait behind, to delay showing signs of wear and tear, flashy, garish (e.g. tatty curtain) tight, secure, subject to great tension e.g. her nerves were taut as the strings of a bow repetition of the same meaning in different words cheap and gaudy irksomeness, wearisomeness, bordeom practice of abstaining totally from alcholic drinks intemperance boldness, rashness

restrain, make more moderate, acceptable stormy, impassioned, violent e.g. 1) a tempestuous argument, 2) tempestuous clouds on the horizon avoid committing oneself, draw out a discussion in order to gain time holding fast, adhesive, keeping firm hold of, retentive e.g. tenacious memory stickness, adhesiveness, firmness, persistence school of thought (doctrine), dogma, philosophical thin, slender, slim form in little squares, inlaid, mosaic irritable, short-tempered e.g. an incorrigibly testy young man slave, bondage worn through till the threads show, trite, hackneyed, commonplace, banal violent anguish, agony, extreme pain to prevent, to oppose, to defeat, to frustrate, baffle quality of a musical tone produced by a musical instrument lack of self-confidence, courage timid, fearful extended scolding, denunciation, harangue, defamation e.g. her tirade provoked a counterblast from her husband tenth part of anything to tickle nervous laugh, restrained laugh, giggle nominal, existing in name only, having the title of an office without the obligations servile flatterer, yes man, sycophant large volume of a book offer, extend last stop of railroad tie with a rope drink (alcoholic beverages) frequently article treating a subject systematically and thoroughly lukewarm, showing little enthusiasm Meaning shaving of head, especially by person entering religious orders lethargy, sluggishness, dormacy e.g. he fell into a deep torpor passionate, hot or scorching winding, full of curves move unsteadily, sway, as if about to fall e.g. The drunk man tottered over to our table publicize, praise excessively pamphlet (a small book usually having a paper cover), an extended area of land expose to slander, bad mouth, malign e.g. She traduces her husband everywhere

substantial

transform outwardly, usually for the better, change in form or aspect e.g. The treatment and diet transfigured her into a beautiful young woman violation of a law, sin e.g. the boy was punished for the transgressions of his father change, convert to something different e.g This experience transmuted her completely be revealed, happen painful physical or mental labor, drudgery, torment e.g. she was in travail for six hours harshly distorted imitation, parody, debased likeness trembling, slight quiver forceful and vigorous distress, suffering e.g. life is full of tribulations pledge of good faith especially in betrothal (engagement) container for feeding farm animals, lowest point (of a wave, business cycle etc) agressiveness, ferocity meeting, a date usually with a member of opposite sex, rendezvous muddy, having the sediment disturbed deep dish for serving soup swollen, tumid, bombastic, pompous e.g. a man given to turgid talk depravity (to defame) or vile or shameful act e.g. the various turpitudes of modern society guardianship, training, protective tropical hurricane, cyclone beginner, novice swollen, pompous, bombastic, turgid commotion, riot, noise rolling, treeless plain in Siberia and arctic North America Meaning resentment, anger, sense of injury or insult e.g. he took umbrage at my question violent, remove the bridle from (a horse) outlandish, clumsy, boorish, lacking refinement e.g. an untutored and uncouth human being"; "an uncouth soldier--a real tough guy not earthly, weird, uncanny steadfast immature, young and inexperienced awkward, clumsy, unwieldy ointment inconspicuous, not blatant, unnoticeable e.g. a quiet, unobtrusive life of selfdenial unattractive disentangle, solve

not reciprocated, not returned in kind e.g. unrequited (unanswered) love unbecoming, indecent, in poor taste untarnished, spotless indefensible, not able to be maintained unfortunate or unlucky, adverse, unexpected e.g. made a place for themselves under the most untoward conditions without limits or restrictions, unrestrained e.g. the untrammeled rush that the snows had shown in the first spring sun unaccustomed severely scold, reprimand, express criticism, reproach mischevious child (usually a boy) bearlike, pertaining to a bear seize another's power or rank lending money at illegal rates of interest excessively devoted to one's wife waver, fluctuate wanderer, tramp boastful, excessively conceited forerunners, advance forces position giving an advantage in feudalism, one who held land of a superior lord boasted, bragged, highly publicized, show off forceful, intensely emotional, with marked vigor e.g. vehement deluges of rain"; "vehement clapping"; "a vehement defence inexplicable, unreasonable or mysterious the act of anointing with oil lend moral support to, brace up fundamental, lying below weaken, sap unjustified, groundless, undeserved marked by commotion, extremely funny, very noisy ideal place, state or society strange, mysterious Meaning

favorable and anticipated

motionless balance

Undermine Undergird

mercenary, pertaining to veins, capable of being bribed e.g a venal police officer worthy of reverence (respect), honourable, to regard with respect derision excusable, forgivable e.g. 1) a venial sin, 2) a venial error the flesh of a deer to express, to utter (e.g. to give vent to your feelings) pertaining to the belly one who observes truth, truthfulness e.g. a veracious witness green, fresh, flourishing agrreable to fact, true, truth specious

belonging to one's own country, native language, slang e.g. they don't speak our vernacular 1) belonging to the spring season, 2) suggestive of youth dizziness, giddiness enthusiasm, spirit, energy a footprint left on the ground, trace e.g. there wasn't a vestige of evidence for the claim substituted, deputed, experienced at secondhand, occuring from a feeling of identification with another e.g. read about mountain climbing and felt vicarious excitement variation, change, revolution e.g. the project was subject to the usual vicissitudes of exploratory research to contend, to long (desire) for superiority e.g. Iran also faces Japan as they vie for the Asian seat small ornamental engraving on the title page of a book clear from blame, exonerate, justify by evidence, avenge e.g. you must vindicate yourself and fight this libel revengeful seller of wine, wine maker, wine merchant masculine, pertaining to the male sex, manly e.g. a virile and ever stronger free society"; "a new and virile leadership poisionous, malignant e.g. a virulent insect bite face, countenance 1) pertaining to the abdomen, 2) obtained through intuition e.g. visceral bleeding sticky, adhesive, gluey e.g. Flows of viscid lava generally become tongues of small or moderate dimensions next in rank, a tool for firmly grasping, evil doing, moral weakness vibrant and lively, critical, living, breathing to destroy, to make defective, to corrupt or spoil e.g. Socrates was accused of vitiating young men pertaining to glass pertaining to sulphuric acid, harsh or corrosive in tone appearance of truth, likelihood Meaning speak equivocally (ambiguously) about an issue moved gently by wind or waves e.g. A breeze wafted through the door mischevious, humorous, tricky the wave that spreads behind a boat as it moves forward, vigil e.g. the motorboat's wake capsized the canoe lacking vitality as from weariness or illness or unhappiness, pallid, pale or sickly color e.g. a wan smile wiggle out, fake, falsify, achieve something by means of trickery or devious methods e.g. wangle the figures occurring without motivation, willfully malicious e.g. wanton behaviour

an overcrowded residential area, a colony of rabbits very cautious, suspicious gradually deprive of mother's milk, detach the affections of e.g. she weaned her baby when he was 3 months old and started him on powdered milk mark from beating or whipping turmoil (mayhem), wallow, bewildering jumble e.g. The shipwrecked survivors weltered in the sea for hours young wolf, dog, tiger etc make keen or more acute, sharpen, stimulate e.g. whet my appetite puff of air e.g. whiff the perfume smallest speck, shred, tiny bit cut small bits shrink back, flinch, cringe, cower e.g. she winced when they showed the slaughtering of the calf sift, separate good parts from bad thin, slight, barely discernible e.g. a wispy little fellow with small hands and feet vaguely longing, sadly pensive e.g. the sensitive and wistful response of a poet to the gentler phases of beauty withered, lean and wrinkled from age or illness, shriveled e.g. a wizened little man with frizzy grey hair anger, fury, ire inflict (impose), cause to happen e.g. wreak havoc obtain by seizing forcibly, take by violence e.g. wrest the knife from his hands twist in pain (especially when struggling), contort (twist) in pain e.g. The prisoner writhed in discomfort twisted, with a humorous twist e.g. 1)a wry neck, 2)with a wry Scottish wit crazy, comic, ludicrous (laughable, derision) e.g. gave me a zany reason for not going breeze, gentle wind e.g. the zephyr was cooled by the lake roll in, indulge in, become helpless

WORDLIST Wordlist No. 50 S. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Wordlist No. 49 S. No. 1 2 3

WORD Word Wan Waggish Wangle Wanton Welter Whelp Whet Wrest Writhe Wry Zany Wistful Wizened Wont Wrangle Wreak Zephyr Wane Word Veracious Vernacular Vertigo

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Vicarious Vicissitude Vignette Virile Virtual Virulent Visage

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Visceral Viscid Vise Vitiate Vitreous Vitriolic Vestige Vie Verdant Word Unsavory Unseemly Untoward Unwieldy Usurp Vantage Vehement Uncanny Umbrage Unmitigated Unfledged Unobtrusive Unprepossessing Unravel Unrequited Untenable Untrammeled Unwitting Unwonted Upbraid Upshot Vacuous Vagabond Vagary Vagrant Vagrant Vainglorious Vampire Vapid Vassal Vaunted

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Veer Vegetate Word Torrent Torrid Tortuous Touchy Tract Traduce

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Transfigure Transpire Travail Travesty Treatise Trenchant Tribulation Troth Truculence Tumid Turpitude Turgid Turbulence Tumult Tryst Trough Tremulous Tremor Traverse Transmute Translucent Transgression Totter Torpor Word Taut Tautological Tempestuous Temporize

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Tenacious Tenacity Tendentious Testy Throttle Tithe Titillate Titter Titular Toady Tarry Tedium Temperate Temporal Tenet Tentative Thematic Theocracy Theoretical Thespian Thrall Throng Tiller Timbre Timidity Timorous Word Subliminal Submissive Suborn Substantive Subsume Subterfuge Subversive Subtlety Succor Sully Superficial Supercilious Supererogatory

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Supine Supplant Supplicate Surly Surreptitious Surrogate Suture Syllogism Swill Sybarite Sylvan Taint Tactile Tantalize Tantamount Subside Subsistence Substantiate Succulent Succumb Suffuse Sultry Summation Sumptuous Superannuated Supernumerary Supersede Suppliant Supposition Supposititious Surfeit Surmount Susceptible Sustain Sustenance Swelter Swerve Tacit Talisman

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Tangential Word Spartan Sparse Sophist Sophistry Sordid Spangle Spry Spurious Spoonerism Spurn Squalor

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Squat Staccato Staid Stalemate Stalwart Stentorian Stereotype Stickler Stifle Stigma/Stigmatize

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Stilted Stint Stockade Stodgy Stoke Strew Striated Stricture Strident Studied Stultify Stupefy

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Stupor Subjective Stymie Subaltern Subdued Subjugate Sublimate Sublime Sonorous Sohisticated Spate Spectral Sphinx-like Steep Steadfast Stipple Stipulated Stratified Stratum Strut Word Sequester Skulduggery Serrated Sheathe Shambles Shard Sheaf Shoddy Shrew Sidereal Shyster Sibylline Simper Sinewy Sinuous Skiff

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Skimp Skittish Skulk Slake

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Sleeper Slew Slight Slough

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Smattering Smelt Smirk Smolder Snivel Sodden Solecism Solicitous Sleazy Slipshod Slither Sloth Slovenly Solemnity Solstice Solvent Sere Shackle Silt Sinecure Skinflint Sleeper Sluggard Word Sadistic Sagacious Sage Sallow Salutary Sanctimonious Sanguinary Sarcasm

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Sardonic Sartorial Satire Satirical Saturnine Seamy Saunter Scabbard Scad Scaffold Scruplous Scintillate Scoff Scotch Scourge Scruple Scuffle Scurrilous Scurry Scurvy Scuttle Sear Sedition Seep Sensitization Seethe Semblance Seminary Sententious Sentient Sentinel Seasoned Sect Sedentary Septic Scanty Schism

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Sedate Seedy Sepulcher Word Resplendent Reverie

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Restive Retiring Retaliation Retinue Reverberate Retrench Retribution Retroactive Retrograde Rhapsodize Ribald Riddle Rider Rig Rivulet Rostrum Roil Rote Rout Rubble Rubric Rue

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Ruminate Rummage Runic Saccharine Sacrosanct Rife Ruse Revulsion

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Rhetoric Ruffian Saboteur Sacrilegious Word Misogynist Missive Modicum Modish Modulate Mollycoddle Molt Monolithic Morbid Mordant Mores Morose Mortify Motility Mountebank Mulct Mundane Murky Muse Musky Muster Musty Mutability Mutilate Mutinous Word Natty Nefarious Nemesis Nether Nettle Nexus Niggardly Niggle Nihilist

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Nip Nonchalance Noncommittal Noisome Nondescript Nonplus Nostalgia Nostrum Nuance Nubile Nugatory Obdurate Obeisance Obelisk Objective Oblique Obliterate Oblivion Oblivious Obloquy Obnoxious Obsequious Obsequial, obsequies Obsessive Obsidian Nomadic Word Obstinate Obstreperous Obtrude Obviate Occident Occlude Odious Odium Ogle Olfactory Ominous Onomatopoeia Opalescent Opiate Opprobrium Opus

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Oracular Oratorio Orient Osseous Ossify Ostensible Ostentatious Overt Overweening Word Overwrought Paean Palatable Palate Palimpsest Pall Palliate Pallid Palpitate Paltry Panache Pandemonium Pander Pantomime Paraphernalia Parlance Parochial Paroxysm Partisan Pastiche Pathological Pathos Patois Patrician Patronize Word Pell-mell Penance Pensive Penumbra Penury

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Perceptive Percussion Perdition Peregrination Peremptory Perfidious Perfunctory Peripatetic Perjury Pernicious Peroration Perpetrate Perquisite Perspicacious Perspicuity Perspicuous Pert Pertinacious Perturb Peruse Pervasive Perverse Perversion Pestilential Petulant Pharisaical Philanderer Word Phylum Physiognomy Piebald Pied Pillory Pine Pinion Pique Piscatorial Pitfall Pith Pittance Placebo Plait Platonic Plaudit

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Plausible Plebeian Plenary Pliable Pliant Pluck Plumage Plumb Poignancy Polemic Polemical Politic Polity Polyglot Pontificial Pore Portly Poseur Posterity Potentate Poultice Precarious Word Precept Precipice Precis Preclude Predicament Predilection Predispose Preempt Prehensile Prelate Prelude Preponderance Preposterous Prerogative Presumptuous

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Pretext Prevail Prevalent Prevaricate Prim Primordial Primp Privation Privy Probity Prodigious Profound Prognosis Prognosticate Proletarian Prolixity Promiscuous Promontory Promulgate Propagate Prophylactic Propinquity Word Propound Proscenium Proscribe Proselytize Prosody Protean Protg Protract Provenance Provender Proviso Provocative Prowess Prude Prune Prurient Pry Pterodactyl Puerile Puissant Pulchritude

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Pummel Punctilious Purchase Purgatory Purport Purported Purse Purveyor Pusillanimous Putative Putrid Pylon Quack Quaft Quagmire Quail Quaint Qualms Quarry Word Quash Quay Quell Querulous Quibble Quiescent Quintessence Quip Quirk Quisling Quiver Quixotic Quizzical Quotidian Rabid Rail Raiment Rakish Rally Ramble Ramification/Ramify

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Rampant Rampart Rancid Rancor Rant Rapacious Rapt Rarefied Raspy Ratify Ratiocination Raucous Ravage Ravel Ravine Raze Reactionary Rebus Recalcitrant Recant Recapitulate Recidivism Recondite Reconnaissance Recount Recrimination Rectitude Recumbent Word Redolent Redoubtable Redress Reek Refectory Refractory Refulgent Rejoinder Relegate Relent

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Relic Reminiscence Remission Remonstrance Rend Rendition Renegade Renege Rent Repartee Repast Repeal Repercussion Repertoire Repine Replete Reprehensible Repress Reprieve Reprimand Reprisal Reprise Reproach Reprobate Reprobation Reprove Repugnance Repulsion Requiem Requite

MEANING Meaning lacking vitality as from weariness or illness or unhappiness, pallid, pale or sickly color e.g. a wan smile mischevious, humorous, tricky wiggle out, fake, falsify, achieve something by means of trickery or devious methods e.g. wangle the figures occurring without motivation, unrestrained, unchaste, willfully malicious e.g. wanton behaviour turmoil (mayhem), wallow, bewildering jumble e.g. The shipwrecked survivors weltered in the sea for hours young wolf, dog, tiger etc make keen or more acute, sharpen, stimulate e.g. whet my appetite obtain by seizing forcibly, pull away, take by violence e.g. wrest the knife from his hands twist in pain (especially when struggling), contort (twist) in pain e.g. The prisoner writhed in discomfort twisted, with a humorous twist e.g. 1)a wry neck, 2)with a wry Scottish wit crazy, comic, ludicrous (laughable, derision) e.g. gave me a zany reason for not going vaguely longing and sadly pensive withered, shriveled custom, habitual procedure quarrel, obtain through arguing, herd cattle inflict gentle breeze, west wind decrease in size Meaning truthful e.g. a veracious witness living style, natural style, native language, slang e.g. they don't speak our vernacular dizziness, giddiness acting as a substitute, done by a deputy, experienced at secondhand, occuring from a feeling of identification with another e.g. read about mountain climbing and felt vicarious excitement variation, change of fortune, revolution e.g. the project was subject to the usual vicissitudes of exploratory research small ornamental engraving on the title page of a book masculine, pertaining to the male sex, manly e.g. a virile and ever stronger free society"; "a new and virile leadership in essence, for practical purposes poisionous, malignant e.g. a virulent insect bite face, countenance

ANTONYMS Antonyms

1) pertaining to the abdomen, 2) obtained through intuition e.g. visceral bleeding sticky, adhesive, gluey e.g. Flows of viscid lava generally become tongues of small or moderate dimensions next in rank, a tool for firmly grasping, evil doing, moral weakness to destroy, to make inoperative, to corrupt or spoil e.g. Socrates was accused of vitiating young men pertaining to glass pertaining to sulphuric acid, harsh or corrosive in tone trace, remains contend, compete 1) characterised by abundance, 2) green, lush in vegetation Meaning distasteful, morally offensive unbecoming, indecent, in poor taste unfortunate or unlucky, adverse, unexpected e.g. made a place for themselves favorable and under the most untoward conditions anticipated awkward, cumbersome, unmanageable seize another's power or rank position giving an advantage forceful, intensely emotional, with marked vigor e.g. vehement deluges of rain"; "vehement clapping"; "a vehement defence strange, mysterious resentment, anger, sense of injury or insult unrelieved or immoderate, absolute immature inconspicuous, not blatant unattractive disentangle, solve not reciprocated indefensible, not able to be maintained without limits or restrictions, unrestrained unintentional, not knowing unaccustomed severely scold, reprimand outcome empty, lacking in ideas, stupid wanderer, tramp caprice, whim stray, random homeless wanderer boastful, excessively conceited ghostly being that sucks the blood of the living dull and unimaginative in feudalism, one who held land of a superior lord boasted, bragged, highly publicized

change in direction, steer live in a monotonous way Meaning rushing stream, flood passionate, hot or scorching winding, full of curves sensitive, irascible pamphlet (a small book usually having a paper cover), an extended area of land expose to slander, bad mouth, malign e.g. She traduces her husband everywhere transform outwardly, usually for the better, change in form or aspect e.g. The treatment and diet transfigured her into a beautiful young woman be revealed, happen painful physical or mental labor, drudgery, torment e.g. she was in travail for six hours harshly distorted imitation, parody, debased likeness article treating a subject systematically and thoroughly forceful and vigorous distress, suffering e.g. life is full of tribulations pledge of good faith especially in betrothal (engagement) agressiveness, ferocity swollen, pompous, bombastic depravity

Meaning tight, secure, subject to great tension, ready e.g. her nerves were taut as the strings of a bow repetition of the same meaning in different words stormy, impassioned, violent e.g. 1) a tempestuous argument, 2) tempestuous clouds on the horizon avoid committing oneself, draw out a discussion in order to gain time

holding fast, adhesive, keeping firm hold of, retentive e.g. tenacious memory stickness, adhesiveness, firmness, persistence having an aim, biased, designed to further a cause irritable, short-tempered e.g. an incorrigibly testy young man strangle, place limits on access or extent, reduce the air supply tenth part of anything, tax of one tenth to tickle nervous laugh, restrained laugh, giggle nominal, existing in name only, having the title of an office without the obligations servile flatterer, yes man, sycophant

Meaning below the threshold yielding, timid persuade to act unlawfully (especially to commit perjury) essential, pertaining to the substance include, encompass e.g. This new system subsumes the old one pretension, evasion e.g. he wasn't sick--it was just a subterfuge tending to overthrow, destructive perceptiveness, ingenuity, delicacy aid, assist, comfort tarnish, soil, defame e.g. Her reputation was sullied after the affair with a married man trivial, shallow arrogant, condescending, patronizing e.g. his mother eyed my clothes with a supercilious air superfluous, more than needed or demanded e.g. it was supererogatory of her to gloat

lying on back, offering no resistance e.g. No other colony showed such supine, selfish helplessness in allowing her own border citizens to be mercilessly harassed replace, usurp petition humbly, pray to grant a favor rude, cross, ugly e.g. a surly waiter secret, furtive, sneaky, hidden e.g. 1) surreptitious mobilization of troops, 2) a surreptitious glance at his watch substitute, alternate e.g. surrogate father stitches sewn to hold the cut edges of a wound or incision, material used in sewing logical formula consisting of a major premise, a minor premise and a conclusion, deceptive or specious argument drink greedily lover of luxury pertaining to the woods, rustic e.g. a shady sylvan glade (land) contaminate, cause to lose purity, modify with a trace of something bad, defile pertaining to the organs or sense of touch e.g. tactile qualities tease, torture with disappointment e.g. The children tantalized the new teacher equivalent in effect or value e.g. his statement was tantamount to an admission of guilt

Meaning lacking luxury and comfort, sternly disciplined not thick, thinly scattered, scanty teacher of philosophy, quibbler, employer of fallacious reasoning seemingly plausible but fallacious reasoning filthy, base, vile small metallic piece sewn to clothing for ornamentation e.g. the star-spangled banner vigorously active, nimble, moving quickly and lightly e.g. the old dog was so spry it was halfway up the stairs before we could stop it false, counterfeit, forged, illogical accidental transposition of sounds in successive words, slip of the tongue reject, scorn e.g. She spurned his advances filth, degradation, dirty, neglected state 1) sit on one's heels, 2) stocky, short and thick e.g. 1) In some cultures, the women give birth while squatting, 2) a little church with a squat tower played in an abrupt manner, marked by abrupt, sharp sound sober, sedate deadlock strong, brawny, steadfast extremely loud fixed and unvarying representation, standardized mental picture, often reflecting prejudice perfectionist, person who insists things be exactly right suppress, extinguish, inhibit e.g. Stifle your curiosity token of disgrace, brand bombastic, stiffly pompous, artificially formal e.g. a stilted letter of acknowledgment"; "when people try to correct their speech they develop a stilted pronunciation be thrifty, set limits, supply, alloted amount, assigned portion of work wooden enclosure or pen, fixed line of posts used as defensive barrier stuffy, boringly conservative stir up a fire, feed plentifully spread randomly, sprinkle, scatter marked with parallel bands, grooved critical comments, severe and adverse criticism loud and harsh, insistent, clamorous, blatant, vociferous e.g. strident demands unspontaneous, deliberate, thoughtful cause to appear or become stupid or inconsistent, frustrate or hinder make numb, stun, amaze, baffle, befuddle, dumbfound, perplex e.g. These questions stupefy even the experts

state of apathy, daze, lack of awareness e.g. his mother's death left him in a stupor occuring or taking place within the mind, unreal present an obstacle, stump, hinder e.g. His brother stymied him at every turn subordinate, inferior in rank or status less intense, quieter conquer, bring under control e.g. The rich landowners subjugated the peasants working the land refine, purify exalted, noble and uplifting, utter, inspiring awe e.g. the sublime beauty of the night

Meaning isolate, retire from public life, segregate, seclude, confiscate e.g. The customs agents sequestered the illegal shipment dishonest behavior having a sawtoothed edge e.g. A bread knife may be a long serrated blade used for slicing bread and tomatoes place into a case e.g. As soon as he recognized the approaching men, he sheathed his dagger and hailed them as friends wreck, mess fragment, generally of pottery bundle of stalks of grain, any bundle of things tied together sham, not genuine, inferior e.g. 1) shoddy business practices, 2) mean little shoddy houses scolding woman relating to stars lawyer using questionable methods, pettifogger prophetic, oracular e.g. a kind of sibylline book with ready and infallible answers to questions smirk, smile affectedly tough, strong and firm winding, bending in and out, not morally honest small, light sailboat or rowboat

provide scantily, live very economically lively, frisky move furtively and secretly quench, sate something originally of little value or importance that in time becomes very valuable e.g. the winner was a true sleeper--no one expected him to get it a) large quantity or number, b) turn sharply insult to one's dignity, snub cast off e.g. each spring, the snakes sloughs off its skin a small number, talk foolishly, work in an amateurish manner, slight knowledge e.g. 1) She smatters Russian, 2) only a smattering of responses were received melt or blend ores, changing their chemical composition conceited smile, simper burn without flame, be liable to break out at any moment e.g. a smoldering fire run at the nose, snuffle, whine soaked, dull, as if from drink 1) a socially awkward or tactless act, 2) an ungrammatical usage of words, 3) gaffe, gaucherie, faux pas, slip worried, concerned e.g. solicitous about the future flimsy, unsubstantial untidy or slovenly, shabby, great carelessness slip or slide slow-moving tree dwelling mammal untidy, careless in work habits seriousness, gravity point at which sun is farthest from the equator substance that dissolves another, able to pay all debts parched, dry chain, fetter

precipitant

Meaning inclined to cruelty perceptive, shrewd, having insight person celebrated for wisdom yellowish, sickly in color tending to improve, beneficial, wholesome displaying ostentatious or hypocritical devoutness bloody scornful remark, stinging rebuke

disdainful, sarcastic, cynical pertaining to tailors, clothes or style of dress form of literature in which irony, sarcasm, and ridicule are employed to attack vice and folly mocking gloomy, moody, bitter or scornful e.g. the face was saturnine and swarthy, and the sensual lips...twisted with disdain sordid (squalid or dirty, not noble), unwholesome stroll slowly case for a sword blade, sheath e.g a scabbard is a case that holds the dagger great quantity, any of several related carangid fishes temporary platform for workers, bracing framework, platform for execution conscientious, extremely thorough sparkle, flash mock, ridicule, gibe, laugh at with contempt and derision e.g. The crowd scoffed at the speaker stamp out, thwart, hinder or prevent lash, whip, severe punishment fret about, hesitate for ethical reasons e.g. He lied and did not even scruple about it struggle confusedly, move off in a confused manner obscene, indecent move briskly, scuttle despicable, contemptible e.g. a scurvy trick 1) To move about or proceed hurriedly (scurry) 2) sink, 3) a passageway between decks of a ship char or burn, brand, make very hot and dry resistance to authority, insubordination, infraction, violation, misdemeanor ooze, trickle process of being made sensitive or acutely responsive to an external agent or substance be disturbed, boil outward appearance, guise, illusion school for training future ministers, secondary school, especially for young woman terse, concise, aphoristic, trying to appear wise, moralistic capable of sensation, aware, sensitive sentry, lookout, spotter experienced separate religious body, faction require sitting putrid, producing putrefaction

Meaning dazzling, glorious, brilliant daydream, musing restlessly impatient, obstinately resisting control e.g. the government has done nothing to ease restrictions and manufacturers are growing restive modest, shy repayment in kind (usually for bad treatment), revenge the retainers and attendants accompanying a high-ranking person, entourage echo, resound cut down, economize vengeance, compensation, punishment for offenses taking effect before its enactment (as allow) or imposition (as a tax), affecting things past e.g. retroactive law go backwards, degenerate, going from better to worse to speak or write in an exaggeratedly enthusiastic manner wanton (maliciously or unjustifiably), profane, vulgar or indecent in speech pierce with holes, permeate or spread throughout e.g. The bullets riddled his body amendment or clause added to a legislative bill fix or manipulate e.g rig an election small stream platform for speech-making, pulpit, dais to make liquids murky by stirring up sediment, to disturb, rile e.g. the sea was roiling in the storm repetition stampede, drive out fragments title or heading (in red point), directions for religious ceremony, protocol regret, lament, mourn chew over and over (mentally or like cows, physically), ponder e.g. 1) cows ruminate, 2) The Scientist must stop to observe and start to ruminate ransack, thoroughly search e.g. We rummaged through the drawers mysterious, set down in an ancient alphabet e.g. runic inscription cloyingly sweet, artificial sugar most sacred, inviolable abundant, current, prevail, prevalent e.g. rife winds trick, stratagem, artifice sudden violent change of feeling, negative reaction

art of effective communication, insincere or grandiloquent language bully, scoundrel one who commits sabotage, destroyer of property desecrating, profane Meaning hater of women letter limited quantity, token amount fashionable, in vogue, in style tone down in intensity, regulate, change from one key to another pamper, indulge excessively shed or cast off hair or feathers solidly uniform, unyielding, massive, monumental e.g. a monolithic worldwide movement given to unwholesome thought, moody, characteristic of disease biting, sarcastic, stinging conventions, moral standards, customs ill-humored, sullen, melancholy humiliate, punish the flesh, chagrin ability to move spontaneously charlatan (one who attracts customers with tricks or jokes), boastful pretender, quack defraud a person of something wordly as opposed to spiritual, everyday, humdrum e.g 1) mundane affairs, 2) mundane job of greasing engines dark and gloomy, thick with fog, vague ponder (think deeply) having the odor of musk (substance secreted in the abdomen of the male musk deer) gather, assemble, conscription (compulsory military service) stale (lacking freshness), spoiled by age ability to change in form, fickleness maim (injure or wound severely), murder unruly, rebellious, disloyal Meaning neatly or smartly dressed, dapper very wicked someone seeking revenge lower or under annoy, vex connection meanly stingy, parsimonious spend too much time on minor points, carp, fuss, quibble one who considers traditional beliefs to be groundless and existence meaningless, anarchist

stop something's growth or development, snip off, bite, make numb with cold indifference, lack of concern, nonexistence neutral, unpledged, undecided, indefinite foul-smelling, unwholesome undistinctive, ordinary e.g a nondescript novel bring to a halt by confusion, perplex homesickness, longing for the past questionable medicine shade of difference in meaning or color, subtle distinction marriageable futile, worthless stubborn, obstinate bow tall column tapering and ending in a pyramid not influenced by emotion, fair, goal, aim indirect, slanting destroy completely obscurity, forgetfulness, limbo e.g [Games security in limbo (theft occurred)] inattentive or unmindful, wholly absorbed slander, disgrace, infamy, calumny offensive slavishly attentive, servile, sycophantic, fawning funeral ceremony related to thinking about something constantly, preoccupying black volcanic rock wandering, having no fixed home Meaning stubborn, hard to control or treat, obdurate boisterous, noisy push (oneself or one's ideas) forward or intrude, butt in, stick out or extrude make unnecessary, get rid of the West (North America and South America) shut, close, impede, block hateful, vile detestation, hatefulness, disrepute look at amorously, make eyes at concerning the sense of smell threatening words formed in imitation of natural sounds iridescent, lustrous medicine to induce sleep or deaden pain infamy, vilification weak

prophetic, uttered as if with divine authority, mysterious or ambiguous dramatic peom set to music get one's bearings, adjust made of bone, bony change or harden into bone apparent, professed, pretended showy, pretentious, trying to attract attention open to view presumptuous, arrogant, unrestrained especially with regard to feelings Meaning extremely agitated, hysterical song of praise or joy agreeable, pleasing to the taste roof of the mouth, sense of taste parchment used for second time after original writing has been erased, manuscript grow tiresome ease pain, make less severe or offensive pale, wan (lacking vitality as from weariness or illness), feeble throb, flutter insignificant, petty, trifling flair, flamboyance wild tumult cater to the low desire of others, pimp acting without dialogue equipment, odds and ends, appurtenances language, idiom narrow in outlook, provincial, related to parishes a sudden uncontrollable attack, fit or attack of pain, laughter, rage one-sided, prejudiced, committed to a party imitation of another's style in musical composition or in writing, potpourri, medley pertaining to disease tender, sorrow, pity, quality in art or literature that produces these feelings local or provincial dialect noble, aristocratic support, act superior toward, be a customer of Meaning in confusion, disorderly self-imposed punishment for sin, penitence, repentance dreamily thoughtful, pondering partial shadow (in an eclipse) severe poverty, stinginess

insightful, aware, wise striking one object against another sharply damnation, complete ruin journey, travelling demanding and leaving no choice e.g he spoke in peremptory tones treacherous, disloyal superficial, not thorough, lacking interest, care or enthusiasm walking about, moving false testimony while under oath very destructive, insidious conclusion of an oration commit an offense any gain above stipulated salary having insight, penetrating, astute, sapient (acutely insight and wise) clearness of expression, freedom from ambiguity plainly expressed, limpid impertinent (impudent, irreverent), forward stubborn, persistent, dogged disturb greatly read with care spread throughout stubbornly wrongheaded, wicked and unacceptable corruption, turning from right to wrong causing plague, baneful touchy, peevish pertaining to the Pharisees, who paid scruplous attention to tradition, selfrighteous, hypocritical, sanctimonious faithless lover, flirt, womaniser Meaning major classification, second to kingdom, of plants and animals, division face of different colors, mottled, spotted variegated, multicolored, motley punish by placing in a wooden frame, subject to criticism and ridicule languish, decline, long for, yearn restrain irritation, resentment, provoke or arouse, annoy e.g. - Her tactless remark piqued me pertaining to fishing hidden danger, concealed trap core or marrow, essence, substance a small allowance or wage harmless substance prescribed as a dummy pil A hairdo formed by braiding or twisting the hair, braid, intertwine purely spiritual, theoretical, without sensual desire enthusiastic approval, round of applause

having a show of truth but open to doubt, specious (deceptively pleasing) common, pertaining to the common people complete, full flexible, yielding, adaptable flexible, easily influenced, supple courage feathers of a bird examine critically in order to understand, measure depth (by sounding), vertical quality of being deeply moving, keenness of emotion e.g - a moment of extraordinary poignancy controversy, argument in support of point of view aggressive in verbal attack, disputatious expedient, prudent, well devised form of government of nation or state speaking several languages pertaining to a bishop or pope, pompous or pretentious (ostentatious, showy) study industriously, ponder, scrutinize an euphemism for fat (stout) person who pretends to be sophisticated, elegant etc. descendants, future generations monarch, sovereign, a ruler who is unconstrained by law, dictator soothing application applied to sore and inflamed portions of the body uncertain, risky e.g the precarious life of an undersea diver Meaning rule of personal conduct, principle e.g he believed all the Christian precepts cliff, dangerous position concise summing up of main points, synopsis, outline, abstract make impossible, eliminate, prevent, forestall tricky or dangerous situation, dilemma, plight, quandary partiality, preference, a strong liking (orientation) give an inclination toward, make susceptible to head off, forestall by acting first, acquire for oneself before others can do so, suppliant (requester, petitioner) capable of grasping or holding, avaricious, greedy, covetous church dignitary, high priest introduction, forerunner, preliminary e.g. - training is a necessary prelude to employment superiority of power, quantity etc. absurd, ridiculus, ludicrous, zany privilege, unquestionable right, exclusive right e.g. - suffrage (right to vote in political elections) was the prerogative of white adult males arrogant, taking liberties, assuming

excuse, pretense, guise induce, triumph over, dominate, rife widespread, most frequent or very common, dominant, rife lie, beat about the bush very precise and formal, exceedingly proper, dainty, mincing existing at the beginning (of time), rudimentary, aboriginal, primeval groom oneself with care, adorn oneself, preen hardship, want, a state of extreme poverty secret, hidden, not public, secluded uprightness, incorruptibility, having strong moral principles, integrity marvelous, enormous, exceptional deep, not superficial, complete e.g. - a state of profound shock forecasted course of a disease, prediction predict, forebode, omen, portend member of the working class, blue collar guy tedious wordiness, verbosity mixed indiscriminately, haphazard, irregular, particularly sexually a natural elevation (especially a rocky one that just sits out into the sea), headland, foreland state or announce, put a law into effect by formal declaration, exclaim, proclaim multiply, spread used to prevent disease, protective nearness, kinship, proximity Meaning put forth for analysis, advise part of stage in front of curtain ostracize, banish, outlaw induce someone to convert to a religion or belief the art of versification (art of making verses) versatile, able to take on many forms person receiving protection and support from a patron prolong source of something, place of origin, birthplace dry food, viands, victuals, food for domestic livestock (fodder) stipulation, provision, a stipulated condition arousing anger or interest, annoying extraordinary ability, military bravery excessively modest or proper person cut away, trim having or causing lustful thoughts and desires e.g prurient literature inquire impertinently extinct flying reptile childish powerful, strong, potent beauty, comeliness

beat or pound with fists stressing niceties of conduct or form firm grasp or footing place of spiritual expiation intention, meaning alleged, claimed, reputed or rumored pucker, contract into wrinkles furnisher of foodstuffs, caterer, someone who supplies provisions (especially food) cowardly, fainthearted supposed, reputed foul, rotten, decayed marking post to guide aviators, steel tower supporting cables or telephone lines charlatan, impostor, mountebank drink with relish soft, wet, boggy land, complex or dangerous situation form which it is difficult to free oneself cower, lose heart odd, old-fashioned, picturesque misgivings, uneasy fears, especially about matter of conscience (apprehension) victim, object of a hunt, a surface excavation for extracting stone or slate, prey, target Meaning subdue (put down by force), crush, declare invalid, annul, nullify dock, landing place extinguish, put down, quench, appease fretful, whinning minor objection or complaint, niggle at rest, dormant, temporarily inactive purest and highest embodiment taunt, witty saying, make jokes, epigram strange attitude or habit, twist or curve abruptly traitor who aids invaders a) case for holding arrows, b) tremble, shake idealistic but impractical teasing, bantering, mocking, curious daily, commonplace, customary infected by rabies, fanatic, furious scold, rant, complain bitterly, revile, vilify, vituperate fine or decorative clothing, apparel, garb stylish, sporty, spruce call up or summon (forces, vital powers etc.), revive or recuperate wander aimlessly (physically or mentally) branching out, division

growing in profusion, unrestrained, violent an embankment build around a space for defensive purposes, bulwark, wall having the odor of stale fat e.g. rancid butter bitterness, hatred rave, talk excitedly, scold, make a bombastic excite, noisy speech living by praying on other animals, excessively greedy and grasping, predatory, ravenous, voracious, feeling great rapture or delight, ecstatic, enraptured [Rapt is an extreme form of attentive] lessen the density of, of high moral or intellectual value, elevate in nature or style grating, harsh approve formally, confirm, verify reasoning, act of drawing conclusions from premises harsh and shrill, disorderly and boisterous plunder, despoil, a destructive action fall apart into tangles, unravel or untwist, disentangle narrow valley with steep sides destroy completely, dismantle opposing progress, extremely conservative puzzle in which pictures stand for words obstinately stubborn, determined to resist authority, unruly Formally reject or disavow a formerly held belief, abjure, retract summarize briefly, repeat (reprise) habitual return to crime abstruse, profound, secret, incomprehensible The act of scouting or exploring (especially to gain information about an enemy or potential enemy), reconnoitering narrate or tell, count again counterchanges, mutual accusations uprightness, moral virtue, correctness of judgement reclining, lying down completely or in part Meaning fragrant, odorous, reminiscent, remindful formidable, inspiring fear remedy, compensation, indemnify, reparation, restitution emit (odor), malodor dining hall stubborn, unmanageable, recalcitrant, fractious brightly shining, beaming, radiant e.g a refulgent sunset retort (to reply), comeback, reply banish to an inferior position, delegate, assign, refer to another person for decision or judgement give in, yield

an antiquity that has survived from the distant past, memento, souvenir recollection, a mental impression retained and recalled from the past temporary moderation of disease symptoms, cancellation of a debt, forgiveness or pardon e.g his cancer is in remission protest, objection, expostulation split, tear apart translation, artistic interpretation of a song etc. deserter, traitor, turncoat, apostate deny, go back on, fail to fulfil a promise ripping or tearing or splitting violently clever reply, witticism meal, feast, banquet revoke, annul, cancel officially, rescind rebound, reverberation, reaction, indirect consequence of some action list of works of music, drama, etc. a performer is prepared to present fret, complain filled to the brain or to the point of being stuffed, satiate deserving blame, condemnable e.g. adultery is as reprehensible for a husband as for a wife restrain, crush, oppress, put down by force temporary relief from harm or discomfort, hiatus, respite strong rebuke, formal reproof, scolding, censure severely retaliation, revenge musical repetition, repeat performance, recurrent action express disapproval or disappointment, upbraid person hardened in sin, devoid of a sense of decency, express strong disapproval of e.g. These ideas were reprobated severe disapproval censure, rebuke loathing (strong dislike or disgust), intense aversion, repulsion distaste, act of driving back, repugnance a song of mourning composed as a memorial to a dead person, threnody, dirge repay, revenge

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Word Dabble Dapper Dawdle Dapple Dilatory, dally Demur Demure Decry, deprecate Descry Pretentious Pert Pertinacious Pertinent, germane Impertinent Penitent, contrite Impenitent Discernible Discerning Distend, dilate Distrait Distraught Doctrinaire Dogmatic Dolt Dint Dote Humdrum, drab, vapid Contraband, illicit Elicit Embroil Imbroglio Ensue Endue

Meaning work in a non - serious fashion neat and clean loiter, waste time spotted procrastinate, delay object, hesitate shy, modest, coy protest, express strong disapproval catch sight of ostentatious, showy impertinent, forward, irreverent stubborn, persistent relevant rude, impudence repentant not repentant distinguishable, perceivable mentally quick and observant, having insight, showing good judgement expand inattentive, distracted, often by anxiety upset, distracted by anxiety, deeply agitated especially from emotion unable to compromise about points of doctrine, dogmatic, unyielding opinionated, arbitrary, doctrinal stupid person, dunce means, effort, way be excessively fond of, show signs of mental decline dull illegal draw out by discussion, deduce or construe a meaning forced into some kind of situation, condition, or course of action complicated situation, painful or complex follow as a consequence, result provide with some quality, endow

Beseech, importunate, implore, entreat Beseige, harry, bait, affliction, beset, beleaguer Epoch, eon Dapper, spruce, natty Disheveled, slovenly, unkempt redress, remunerative, reparation, restitution, retribution, indemnify Defray Stoop, condescend, deign, genuflect Grovel, prostrate Cower, cringe Flay Fray Flail Frail Filch Flinch, falter Gibe, jibe, barb Hew Hue Incidental Incidence Deposition Depose Indigenous Ingenious ingenuous Innuendo, insinuation Inhibit Interdict Inundate, deluge Loath

ask earnestly, plead harass long period of time Neat Untidy compensation provide for the payment of, bear the expenses of bestow courtesies with a superior air, descend, lower oneself crawl or creep on ground, remain prostrate (to lay flat on the ground) shrink back as in fear strip off skin, plunder, whip, attack with harsh criticism, peel brawl (quarrel) or skirmish or fight thresh grain by hand, strike or slap, toss about, a wooden corn threshing instrument weak steal hesitate, shrink mock, an aggressive remark, treat with ridicule or derision cut to pieces with ax or sword colour and aspect not essential, minor rate of occurrence testimony under oath thrown out of office native clever, resourceful nave,trusting,unsophisticated, innocent hint prevent prohibit flood reluctant, disinclined, unwilling

Loathe Languid, listless, lackadaisical, languish Languor, lassitude, lethargy Lascivious, libidinous, licentious, salacious Lithe, limber Libertine, lechery Matriarch Patriarch Pejorative Perjury Ordeal Ordinance, ordain Ordination Doleful, lugubrious, plaintive Palate Pallet Palette Pallid Palliate Profligate Proliferate Refectory Refractory, pertinacious, recalcitrant, intractable, obdurate, obstinate, contumacious, insubordination, intransigence, cantankerous, opinionated, tenacious, headstrong, fractious, dour, froward, willful, unregenerate Facilitate Felicitate Felicitous Felicity

detest, hate lacking in spirit, weary, sluggish inactivity, dreaminess lewd, lustful flexible, readily adaptable excessive indulgence in sensual pleasures a female head of a family or tribe a male head of a family or tribe negative in connotation false testimony while under oath severe trial of affliction decree or command, consecrate ceremony conferring holy orders mournful roof of the mouth, sense of taste small, poor bed board on which a painter mixes pigments pale, wan (lacking vitality as from weariness or illness), feeble ease pain, make less severe or offensive dissipated, wasteful, wildly immoral, extravagant, spendthrift, libertine grow rapidly, spread, multiply dining hall

stubborn, unmanageable, dogged, unyielding, immovable help, aid express congratulations apt, suitably expressed, well chosen happiness, appropriateness (of a remark, choice etc.)

Seedy, seamy, sleazy, sordid Specious, spurious Clamorous, blatant, vociferous, strident Baffle, befuddle, bewilder, dumbfound, discombobulated, stupefy, nonplus Indolent, sluggard, slothful Pastiche, rendition, repertoire, reprise abdicate abjure abnegation abominable abrogate adjuration admonish adorn Antagony Anomaly Anatomy Affected Disaffected Unaffected Meretricious Meritorious Aphasia Amnesia Anthology Anthropology Ethnology Exasperate, exacerbate Excoriate Execrate Explicate Declamation

shabby and untidy, prone to illness, morally degraded, unpleasant and offensive plausible but false, intended to deceive loud and harsh, insistent be confusing or perplexing to lazy all are related to music renounce, give up renounce upon oath, disavow renunciation, self-sacrifice loathe, hate abolish solemn urging warn, reprove decorate to annoy or provoke to anger deviation from what is normal 1) branch of science that deals with the structure of animals, 2) Human body artificial, disloyal, not natural discontented and disloyal, antagonize, agitate, disturb honest, genuine, natural, plain, sincere, simple flashy, tawdry, specious admirable loss of speech due to injury or illness loss of memory book of literary selections by various authors the social science that studies the origins and social relationships of human beings study of humankind to irritate, to annoy (vex), aggravate, worsen, incense scold with biting harshness curse, express abhorrence for, to detest expain, interpret, clarify 1) pretentiously lofty in style; bombastic, 2) The act or art of declaiming; rhetorical delivery; haranguing; loud speaking in public

Exclamation Proclamation Provocation Rampant Rampart Wangle Wrangle Nascent, inchoate, incipient, rudimentary, embryonic, pubescent, primordial Niggle, nibble, quibble, pettifogger Blight Blithe Plight Percept (Perception) Precept Prelude Preclude

1) an abrupt excited utterance, 2) a loud complaint or protest or reproach announcement: a formal public statement 1) aggravation: unfriendly behavior that causes anger or resentment, 2) Needed encouragement growing in profusion, unrestrained, violent an embankment build around a space for defensive purposes, bulwark, wall wiggle out, fake quarrel, obtain through arguing, herd cattle

growing, developing, beginning, elementary spend too much time on minor points, carp any plant disease resulting in withering without rotting carefree, happy and lighthearted condition, state (especially a bad state or condition), predicament the representation of what is perceived; basic component in the formation of a concept practical rule guiding conduct introduction, forerunner make impossible, eliminate

Spendthrift, prodigal, imprudent, improvident, squanderer, wastrel, extravagant person who spends a lot Protean, versatile able to take on many forms Gavel, mallet hammer, hammerlike tool carp, castigate, censure, chide, clobber, condemn, denounce, pan, rap, reprimand, reprobate, outrage, offend, taunt, mudsling, censure, reproach, chastise, scourge Salutary, salubrious, wholesome, uncontaminated, unsullied, vestal, virginal, unwed, antiseptic, decontaminated, unadulterated, chaste

criticize/scold

healthy, pure

Gruel Grueling Latent, dormant Oblivion, limbo, obliviousness, forgetfulness, omission Obsequious Obsequial, obsequies Covetous, avaricious, rapacious, ravenous, voracious, piggish, avid Creedo Creed Daunt Dauntless Drivel Dribble Ecclesiastic Eclectic Endemic Pandemic Exhume, disinter, fork out, quarry Inter Feign Feint Fawning Aerie Aviary Apiary Betoken Stigma/Stigmatize Carillon Carrion Complacency

thin, liquid porridge exhausting at rest, inactive, potential but undeveloped region near heaven or hell where certain souls are kept, a prison (slang), state of being disregarded or forgotten, oblivion e.g Games security in limbo (theft occur) slavishly attentive, servile, sycophantic, fawning funeral ceremony greedy, eagerly desirous of creed system of religious or ethical belief intimidate, frighten fearless, bold nonsense, foolishness talk trickle: run or flow slowly, as in drops or in an unsteady stream, let or cause to fall in drops pertaining to the church selective, composed of elements drawn from disparate sources prevailing among a specific group of people epidemic over a wide geographical area dig out of the ground, remove from the grave, unearth bury pretend trick, shift, sham blow trying to please by behaving obsequiously, flattery or cringing nest of a large bird of prey (eagle, hawk) a building where birds are kept a shed containing a number of beehives signify, indicate token of disgrace, brand a set of bells capable of being played rotting flesh of a dead body self-satisfaction, smugness

Complaisant

trying to please, overly polite, obliging

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Word Millinery Coffer Thimble

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Heuristic Austral Dragoon Vanquish Rayon Viscose Cognomen Purlieu Metropolis Scalpel Artillery Persecute Interplay Outset Rarefy Boor Dyslexia Hemophilia Jeer Fidget Pyre Caret Predestine Aerate Fallow

Meaning Antonyms hat shop, woman's hat a place for storing valuables A small metal cap to protect the finger while sewing 1) Of or relating to or using a general formulation that serves to guide investigation, 2) A commonsense rule (or set of rules) intended to increase the probability of solving some problem coming from south Compel by coercion, threats, or crude means beat, come out better in a competition, race, or conflict A synthetic silk like fabric A rayon fabric made from viscose fibers family name, last name, surname An outer adjacent area of any place, environs urban centre surgical knife ordnance, an army unit that uses big guns, large but transportable armament cause to suffer, oppress, to trouble interaction beginning, commencement, the time when something begins lessen in density or solidity of uncouth person lacking refinement, insensitive inability to read, learning disorder congenital disease to uncontrolled bleeding laugh at with contempt and derision move restlessly, restlessness Wood heaped for burning a dead body as a funeral rite A mark used by an author or editor to indicate where something is to be inserted into a text decree or determine beforehand expose to fresh air, oxygenate Left unplowed and unseeded during a growing season, undeveloped but potentially useful

Termination make more dense

leave to chance remove air from in use

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Grime Stinting Cloture Splinter Drawbridge

Anything regarded as making something unclean, filthy, dirty avoiding waste, economical, sparing terminate debate by calling for a vote 1) a small thin sharp bit of wood, glass or metal, 2) withdraw from an organization A bridge that can be raised to block passage or to allow boats or ships to pass beneath it A temporary bridge for getting on and off a vessel at dockside, Passageway between seating areas as in an auditorium or passenger vehicle or between areas of shelves of goods as in stores (aisle) bucket very small, tiny, dwarf, diminutive, lilliputian gigantic, great intensely fashionable for a short time A person used as a cover for some questionable activity, front man in case, for fear that, in order to prevent that differently, in other ways, in another and different manner a unit of capacity; in british english it is "litre" e.g. one litre of water young swan a butcher's knife Chicken's flesh adult male singing voice A stately Protestant (especially Lutheran) hymn tune A rhythmical work song originally sung by sailors A narrative poem/song of popular origin 1) Performance of music or dance especially by soloists, 2) A detailed account or description of something musician a short knife with a pointed blade used for piercing or stabbing a long rope used to catch animals A seat for the rider of a horse or camel press down tightly rough or covered with unwholesome patches unblemished

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Gangway Pail Midget Faddish Figurehead Lest Otherwise Liter Cygnet Cleaver Poultry Tenor Chorales Chanteys Ballads Recitals Composer Dagger Lasso Saddle Tamp Scabrous

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Trail conspicuous Prudence Ode Gong Accentuate otherworldy Consequently Mare Flint Cinder Tare Flange Snobbish Plod Logy Collar Purblind Leveling Lull Canting Legato Foreword Swatch Sonnet

to lag or linger behind, a track or mark left by something that has passed blatant, obvious to the eye or mind Discretion in practical affairs e.g. the servants showed great tact and prudence A lyric poem with complex stanza forms A percussion instrument consisting of a metal plate that is struck with a softheaded drumstick single out as important, put stress on, emphasize preternatural, nonnatural, transcendental, existing outside of or not in accordance with nature therefore, accordingly Female horse a hard stone, showing unfeeling resistance to tender feelings fragment of incombustible matter left after a wood, coal or charcoal fire An adjustment made for the weight of the packaging in order to determine the net weight of the goods A projection used for strength or for attaching to another object, rim Befitting or characteristic of those who incline to social exclusiveness and who rebuff the advances of people considered inferior Walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud lethargic, lacking in energy or vitality to grab or seize lackig in insight or discernment, having greatly reduced vision act of making something level or flat to soothe setting something at an angle i.e. stopping it from being level (music) without breaks between notes; flowing and connected, smooth preface of a book etc. sample piece of a cloth a verse form containing 14 lines, poem

precede

Gambol alert free perceptive canting upset leveling staccato

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Waltz Tango Sirocco Smock Salvo Muffle Promenade Stomp Rifle Ontology Cur Libation Skunk Porcupine Quill Skein Shingle Greisen Tardy Slumber Shudder Shrug Stalk Consider Table Hitherto Daguerrotype

an assured victory (especially in an election), a ballroom dance in triple time ballroom dancing and music written in duple time a windstorm that lifts up clouds of dust or sand A loose coverall coat reaching down to the ankles An outburst resembling the discharge of firearms or the release of bombs, fusillade repress, supress, deaden a sound or noise A leisurely walk to walk with heavy steps to search quickly study of nature of being and existence a cowardly and despicable person a serving of an alocholic beverage, drink A person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptible Relatively large rodents with sharp erectile bristles mingled with the fur 1) A stiff hollow protective spine on a porcupine or hedgehog, 2) The hollow spine of a feather a bunch of yarn Many shingles make up the outer covering of the roof a rock made up partially of quartz unpunctual, delayed, belated be asleep, a dormant or quiescent state shake, as from cold, shiver, quiver, tremor raise one's shoulders to indicate lack of knowledge, indifference or resignation (a gesture involving the shoulders) walk stiffly, stem of a plant, go thorough in search of a prey give careful consideration to, regard or treat with consideration, respect and esteem Table Hold back to a later time, defer, put off, set back Consider so far, used in negative statement to describe a situation that has existed upto this point or upto the present time an obsolete form of photography

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Musket Forge Gravel Slack

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Control Taut Denture Toupee Recruit Legitimate Foil Wag Dolt Ironclad Suede Astound Gnaw Nibble Trudge Plod Stride Mince Sliver Squelch Stomach Canonical

an obsolete form of firearm (gun) workplace of a blacksmith 1) rock fragments and pebbles, 2) cause annoyance in, disturb, especially by minor irritations loose, not tense, not taut, release tension on control condition: a standard against which other conditions can be compared in a scientific experiment; "the control condition was inappropriate for the conclusions he wished to draw" tight ready a dental appliance that artificially replaces missing teeth a small hairpiece to cover partial baldness someone who has just joined recognized as lawful, authorized, sanctioned, authenticity a piece of thin and flexible sheet of metal, enhance by contrast a witty amusing person who makes jokes a stupid person sheathed in iron plates for protection a type of leather with a napped finish amaze, astonish, dazzle, bewilder bite or chew on with the teeth bite off very small pieces, bite intermittently, bite gently slog: walk heavily and firmly slog: walk heavily and firmly pace: a step in walking or running, walk with long steps walk daintily, make less severe or harsh, cut into small pieces paring: a thin fragment or slice (especially of wood) that has been shaved from something, divide into slivers or splinters suppress or crush completely, put down, squash put up with something or somebody unpleasant conforming to orthodox or recognized rules an abnormal state in which the normal flow of a liquid (such as blood) is slowed or stopped, inactivity resulting from a static balance between opposing forces

taut group experimented on slack

refuse to tolerate unorthodox, heterodox

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Darn Crochet Rumple Hush Grades Pucker Hamper Mutineer Verdant Sere Disposed Appreciable Limerick Invade Overture Smother Glisten Summarily

repair by sewing e.g. darn socks Crochet is a process of creating fabric from yarn or thread using a crochet hook dishevled, in disarray, extremely disorderly become quiet or still, fall silent

Preen

the gradient of a slope or road or other surface e.g the road has steep grade to gather something into small wrinkles or folds 1) impede or encumbered, prevent the progress of, 2) a basket usually with a cover someone who is openly rebellious and refuses to obey authorities 1) characterised by abundance, 2) green, lush in vegetation dried up, having lost all the moisture having made preparations, make receptive or willing towards an action or attitude or belief Disinclined easily noticed, considerable Imperceptible a funny five lined poem penetrate or assault, in a harmful or injurious way orchestral music played at the beginning of an opera deprive of oxygen and prevent from breathing, envelop completely glitter, shiny after long without delay deliberation experience fraught with tension

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Idyll Primacy Hack Gouge Warp Metaphor Rashness Renaissance/Renascence

1) a scene or event of a simple and tranquil nature the state of being first in importance to carve roughly, cut with a hacking tool a cut or groove, left by something sharp a shape distorted by twisting or folding means not literal the trait of acting rashly and without prudence, unwarranted boldness rebirth or revival

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Tadpole Choir Waddle Croak Corral Profundity Off-Key Smudge Locomotive

form of a frog when it leaves the egg a chorus that sings as part of a religious ceremony toddle: walk unsteadily, walking with short steps a harsh utterance from a frog enclose in a corral; usually for horses intellectual depth, astuteness, deepness, reconditeness false, pitched inaccurately slander in writing is a part of the train which leads all the rest 1) a powerful small boat designed to pull or push larger ships, 2) A small, powerful boat used to push or pull barges or to help maneuver larger vessels run or flow slowly, as in drops 1) spurt: gush forth in a sudden stream or jet; 2) rave: praise enthusiastically 3) effusion: an unrestrained expression of emotion 1) parody 2) a word put into symbols mimic: imitate (a person or manner) be an alternate for a role a building: a structure that has a roof and walls and stands more or less permanently in one place fraught with danger, attended with peril the right word, the appropriate word a small overnight bag for short trips 1) coat with something sweet, 2) cause to appear more pleasant or appealing, 3) To make superficially more attractive having no practical importance, arguable, debatable to scorn, despise, disdain like twilight, dim 1) the time of day immediately following sunset, 2) dusky, 3) a condition of decline following successes alarm: fear resulting from the awareness of danger dawn: the first light of day

superficiality at the proper pitch

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Tugboat Trickle Gush Charade Mime Understudy Edifice Parlous Mot Juste Valise Sugarcoat Moot Contemn Crepescule Twilight Consternation Daybreak

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Speculative Sonata Four-poster Expediency Reclaimed Tourniquet Pedestal Leaven Adumbrate Estrangement Reconciliation Unlettered Scotch Serf Lullaby Hold Recitation Retreat Acolyte Lair Splendor Famish Melodrama Credits

1) notional: not based on fact or investigation, 2) nquisitive: showing curiosity, 3) bad: not financially safe or secure a musical composition a bed with four vertical columns that supports the testers for holding bed curtains the quality of being suited to the end in view rescued as in land reclaimation bandage that stops the flow of blood from an artery by applying pressure a base, support or foundation 1) a substance used to produce fermentation in dough or a liquid, 2) raise leaven is a process for increasing volume 1) describe roughly or briefly, give the main points or summary of, intimate give to understand alienation, separation the reestablishing of cordial relations uneducated, ignorant thwart: hinder or prevent a person who is bound to the land and owned by the feudal lord a quiet song intended to lull a child to sleep 1) the interior of a ship below decks; especially : the cargo deck of a ship, 2) the cargo compartment of a plane written matter that is recited from the memory 1) (military) withdrawl of troops to a more favorable position, 2) a place of privacy someone who assists a priest or minister in a liturgical service the habitation of wild animals 1) luster: a quality that outshines the usual 2) magnificence: the quality of being magnificent or grand starve, be hungry, without food an extravagant comedy in which action is more salient than characterization a list of acknowledgements of those who contributed to the creation of a film (usually run at the end of the film)

Reconciliation Estrangement Erudite Encourage

Incursion

Squalor Surfeit

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Byline Aboveboard action

The byline on a newspaper or magazine article gives the name, and often the position, of the writer of the article honestly, without concealment or deception, openness

Chicanery