Equivocate 46 to use unclear language especially to deceive or mislead someone Synonyms-palter,hedge Antonym-to speak ones mind plainly
Expurgate 47 remove matter thought to be objectionable or unsuitable from Synonym- Bleep Bowdlerize cleansestar Decontaminate Lustrate purge Antonym-dirty Open Allow permit
Extenuate 48 make (guilt or an offense) seem less serious or more forgivable Synonym- palliate Minimize Excuse Qualify Decrease Diminish downplay Antonym- Enlarge Grow Increase Expand Extend Raise develop
Extricate Verb 49 free (someone or something) from a constraint or difficulty. Syn unlock release Ant lock away
Fetter 50 Noun a chain or manacle used to restrain a prisoner, typically placed around the ankles. – Synoum chain – Ant unlock
Filch 51 pilfer or steal (something, especially a thing of small value) in a casual way. Verb Syn theft steal Ant give back free
FLOUT 52 V. -To mock, to treat with contempt
FACTIOUS 53 ADJ. – tending to be troublesome; quarrelsome, contrary; unpredictable.
GIST 54 N. – the essential part, main point, or essence.
Immutable 57 adjective not mutable; unchangeable; changeless.
Inculcate (v.) 59 To impress on the mind by repetition, teach persistently and earnestly Syn.- instill, implant, infuse, ingrain, imbue Ant.- efface, extirpate, root out
Inscrutable (adj.) 60 Incapable of being understood; impossible to see through physically Syn.- impenetrable, incomprehensible, enigmatic Ant.- comprehensible, intelligible, penetrable
Insular (adj.) 61 Relating to, characteristics of, or situated on an island; narrow or isolated in outlook or experience Syn.- narrow-minded, parochial, provincial Ant.- catholic, cosmopolitan, liberal
Invective 63 Noun and Adjective (N) a strong denunciation or condemnation; abusive language; (A) abusive, vituperative Synonyms: (N) vituperation, abuse, philippic Antonyms: (N) tribute, panegyric, encomium
Motley 63 Adjective and Noun (A) showing great variety: composed of different elements or many colors; (N) a jester’s costume; a jester Synonyms: (A) variegated, heterogeneous, diverse; (N) fool Antonyms: (A) homogeneous, monochromatic
Nebulous (adj.) 65 Cloudlike, resembling a cloud; cloudy in color, not transparent; vague, confused, indistinct Syn: hazy, fuzzy, cloudy, opaque, indeterminate Ant: definite, distinct, clear, sharply focused
Pillage 70 Verb To rob of goods by open force (as in war),plunder Syn: Ravage,Sack Ant; None
Politic :seeming sensible and judicious under the circumstances Syn: Wise, sensible Ant: Unwise, Rash Adj 71.
Potpourri Part of speech: Noun Definition: A collection of diverse or miscellaneous items; a general mixture; petals mixed with spices for scent Synonyms: Hodgepodge, farrago, medley Antonyms: homogeneous or uniform group #72
73. Presentiment DEFINITION A vague sense of approaching misfortune OR Knowing something bad is going to happen SYN Foreboding, premotion, hunch
Profligate (adj & noun) (adj.) given over to dissipation and self-indulgence, immoral; recklessly extravagant (n.) a person given to wild spending Synonyms: (adj.) prodigal, improvident; (n.) spendthrift Antonyms: (adj.) penny-pinching, frugal, economical #75
Provincial (Adj.) 76 of or concerning a province of a country or empire Synonym: narrow- minded Antonym - broad
78. Querulous DEFINE Peevish, complaining, fretful Or Annoying, irritating SYN Petulant, irritable ANY Uncomplaining, stoical
Relegate (Verb) To send or consign to an inferior position, place, or condition. Synonym: Downgrade Antonym: Promotion 79
Restitution 81 Part of speech: NOUN Definition: The act of restoring someone or something to the rightful owner or to a former state or position; making good on a loss or damage Synonyms: Reimbursement, Redress, Restoration
Resuscitate v. To revive, bring back to consciousness or existence Syn – revitalize, reanimate, restore, reactive 82
Reverberate (V.) 83 to continue in a series of quickly repeated sounds that bounce off a surface Syn- ECHO Ant- QUEIT
SATIATE (v.) to satisfy completely; to fill to excess; (adj.) full, satisfied. Verb/adjective Synonyms: (v.) surfeit, gorge Antonyms: (v.) deprive entirely of #84