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Unit 14 Level D
Annex (v.) to add to, attach; to incorporate; (n.) an attachment or addition Syn: (v.) join, acquire, appropriate, procure
Cordial (adj.) in a friendly manner, hearty; cheery; (n.) a liqueur Syn: (adj.) hospitable, affable, warm Ant: (adj.) gruff, unfriendly, unsociable
Cornerstone (n.) the starting point of a building; a fundamental principle or element Syn: foundation, base, underpinning, support
Devitalize (v.) to make weak or lifeless Syn: enfeeble, sap, enervate Ant: stimulate, energize, excite
Exonerate (v.) to clear from a charge or accusation Syn: absolve, acquit, vindicate, Ant: implicate, incriminate
Haphazard (adj.) by chance, not planned; lacking order Syn: random, accidental, slapdash Ant: deliberate, purposeful, orderly, meticulous
Improvise (v.) to compose or perform without preparation; to construct from available materials Syn: ad-lib, play it by ear, wing it, extemporize Ant: plan, rehearse, practice, prepare
Incite (v.) to rouse, stir up, urge on Syn: spur, kindle, provoke, instigate, prompt Ant: check, curb, impede, restrain, smother
Influx (n.) a coming in, inflow Syn: inpouring, inrush, invasion Ant: outpouring, exodus, departure
Reconcile (v.) to restore to friendship; to settle; to resign (oneself) Syn: unite, mend fences Ant: antagonize, alienate, drive a wedge between
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