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English 1 Vocabulary Unit 9
Auxiliary Adj. giving assistance or support Noun - helper, aid Syn – adj- additional n. reserve, accessory Ant- adj. main, primary, principal
Candid Adj. frank, sincere, impartial Syn- forthright, plainspoken, unbiased Ant- insincere, misleading evasive
Cubicle N- a small room or compartment Syn- hole-in-the-wall Ant – vast hall auditorium
Drudgery Noun. Work that is hard and tiresome Syn- toil,labor, grind Ant- play, recreation, fun, amusement, frolic
Envoy Noun. Representative or messenger (as of a government) Syn- ambassador, emissary, minister
Escalate Verb. To elevate, to increase in intensity Syn – raise, ascend, mount Ant- decrease, lessen, descend
Expedient Adj. advantageous, useful n. Means to an end Syn- n. contrivance, device Adj- serviceable Ant- adj- inconvenient, unt imely, disadvantageous
Feign V- to pretend Syn- fake, sham, affect, simulate
Flair n. A natural quality, talent, or skill; a distinctive style Syn- bent, knack, gift, style panache Ant- inability, incapacity
Grievous Adj. causing sorrow or pain, serious Syn- painful, heartrending, onerous, flagrant Ant- joyful, uplifting, cheery
Heterogeneous adj. composed of different kinds, diverse syn— miscellaneous, mixed, variegated ant—uniform, homogeneous
Horde noun.-a vast number (as of people), a throng syn— crowd, mass, swarm ant—few, handful
Impel Verb—to force, drive forward Syn— urge, push, spur, propel Ant- discourage, check, restrain, curb
Incredulous Adj--disbelieving, skeptical Syn— mistrustful, doubting ant—believing, trustful
Inscribe Verb. to write or engrave; to enter a name on a list syn- enroll, enlist ant— erase, rub out, delete, obliterate
Monologue noun.—a speech by one actor; a long talk by one person syn— soliloquy ant—conversation, colloquy
Prognosis Noun —a forecast of the probable course and outcome of a disease or situation syn— projection
Rasping Adj—with a harsh, grating sound Noun-- a harsh sound syn— adj—scraping, abrasive, gravel ant— smooth, satiny, silky
Repugnant Adj—offensive disagreeable, distasteful syn – hateful, odious, revolting, repulsive ant – pleasing, attractive, tempting, wholesome
Scuttle Verb —to sink a ship by cutting holes in it; to get rid of something in a decisive way, to scurry n—a pail syn— v—abandon, discard, scrap, ditch, dump ant—keep afloat, salvage, rescue
Auxiliary (adj.) giving assistance or support (n.) a helper, aid Synonym – back-up Antonym - primary.
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