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Vocabulary List #8
Animosity(noun) Strong dislike Syn. Enmity, Rancor Ant. Affection
Apathy (noun) A lack of interest Syn. Indifference Ant. Fervor
Apprehensive (adjective) Fearful or anxious Syn. fretful Ant. confident
Commend (verb) To praise; to commit to the care of Syn. Entrust Ant. Loathe, abhor
Compatible (adjective) Able to get along or work together Syn. In aggreement Ant. incongruous
Condolence (noun) An expression of sympathy Syn. Sympathy
Consecrate (verb) To make sacred; to set apart Syn. Devote Ant. defile
Decrepit (adjective) Old and feeble; worn out Syn. Dilapidated Ant. sturdy
Deride (verb) To ridicule Syn. Mock Ant. Scorn
Ingenuous (adjective) Innocent; sincere Syn. Naïve Ant. Artful
Multifarious (adjective) Numerous and diverse Syn. Varied /Ant. Homogenous
Obsolete (adjective) Out of date; no longer in use Syn. Antiquated Ant. Up-to-date
Omnivorous (adjective) Eating every kind of food; variety of tastes Syn. All-devouring
Parsimonious (adjective) Stingy, poor, or small Syn. Frugal Ant. Generous
Quandary (noun) A state of doubt or confusion Syn. Predicament
Recalcitrant (adjective) Stubbornly disobedient Syn. Obstinate Ant. Cooperative
Reprisal (noun) Retaliation Syn. Revenge
Revel (verb/noun) To take pleasure in; a wild celebration Syn. Relish Ant. Abhor,Loathe
Stultify (verb) To neutralize, negate, or cripple Syn. Negate/Ant. Stimulate
Suave (adjective) Smoothly agreeable or polite Syn. Polished Ant. Unpolished
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