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Sentences 100 The driver of the getaway car was arrested and tried as an _______________in the daring bank robbery. Accomplice
Definitions 100 To destroy completely Annihilate
Synonym 100 Stimulus, spur, instigator Catalyst
Antonyms 100 Immigration, influx, arrival, entrance Exodus
Sentences 200 The new phone system will _________ better communications between the departments. Facilitate
Definitions 200 not letting light through; not clear or lucid; dense, stupid Opaque
Synonyms 200 supreme, primary, dominant Paramount
Antonyms 100 confirm, corroborate, substantiate Rebut
Sentences 300 The employee was __________(ed) for repeatedly being late to work. Reprimand
Definitions 300 not running or flowing; foul from standing still; inactive Stagnant
Synonyms 300 still, motionless, inert, sluggish, dull Stagnant
Antonyms 300 pat on the back Reprimand
Sentences 400 It is the defense attorney’s job to ____ the charges made by the prosecutor. Rebut
Definitions 400 chief in importance, above all others Paramount
Synonyms 400 hazy, cloudy, foggy, murky, dull, obtuse Opaque
Antonyms 400 hamper, hinder, obstruct, impede Facilitate
Sentences 500 The ______ of flood victims from the affected area required the relocation of thousands of people. Exodus
Definitions 500 Catalyst
Synonyms 500 Annihilate
Antonyms 500 Reprimand
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UNIT 5 VOCABULARY. A person who takes part in a crime Syn. – partner in crime ACCOMPLICE (N.)
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