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UNIT 5 VOCABULARY
A person who takes part in a crime Syn. – partner in crime ACCOMPLICE (N.)
Shameless, impudent Syn. – bold, saucy BRAZEN (ADJ.)
To make easier; assist Syn. – ease, simplify Ant. – obstruct, impede FACILITATE (V.)
Active and aggressive in support of a cause Syn. – truculent Ant. – peaceable, unassertive MILITANT (ADJ.)
An activist MILITANT (N.)
Above all others; chief in importance Syn. – primary, supreme Ant. -- secondary PARAMOUNT (ADJ.)
To scold; to find fault with Syn. – reproach Ant. – pat on the back REPRIMAND (V.)
Foul from standing still; not running or flowing Syn. – still, motionless, sluggish Ant. – flowing, fresh STAGNANT (ADJ.)
To destroy completely Syn. – obliterate, decimate Ant. – foster, nurture ANNIHILATE (V.)
A substance that causes a change; any agent that causes a change Syn. – stimulus, spur CATALYST (N.)
Beyond control; not able to be corrected Syn. – unruly, intractable Ant. – curable, reparable INCORRIGIBLE (ADJ.)
Having a gloomy or sullen manner Syn. – morbid Ant. – buoyant, lively MOROSE (ADJ.)
To talk in an aimless, foolish, or simple way PRATTLE (V.)
Baby talk; babble Syn. -- gibberish PRATTLE (N.)
Forced labor; slavery Syn. – bondage Ant. -- liberty SERVITUDE (N.)
To give way to superior force; yield Syn. – submit Ant. – overcome, master SUCCUMB (V.)
Unreasonable; based on one’s wishes or whims without regard for reason Syn. – autocratic Ant. – rational, objective ARBITRARY (N.)
A large scale departure or flight Syn. – escape Ant. – arrival, immigration EXODUS (N.)
Hidden, present but not realized Syn. – dormant, inactive Ant. – exposed, evident LATENT (ADJ.)
Not letting light through; dense, stupid Syn. – hazy, murky, obtuse Ant. – transparent, clear, bright OPAQUE (ADJ.)
To offer arguments or evidence that contradict an assertion Syn. – refute, shoot holes in Ant. – confirm, corroborate REBUT (V.)
Careless and hasty Syn. – slipshod Ant. – thorough, in- depth SLAPDASH (ADJ.)
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