Unit 2 Vocab Synonyms/Antonyms

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  1. Syns: amend, better, amend, improve
    Ants: worsen, aggravate, exacerbate
    Ameliorate
  2. Syns: composure, self-possession, levelheadedness
    Ants: confusion, embarrassment, abashment
    Aplomb
  3. Syns: inflated, highfalutin, high-flown, pretentious, flowery
    Ants: unadorned, simple, plain, austere, humble, quiet
    bombastic
  4. Syns: green, raw, unfledged, inexperienced
    Ants: mature, grown-up, polished, sophisticate
    Callow
  5. Syns: (n.) balderwash, hogwash, tommyrot, nonsense; (v.) slaver
    Ants: sense
    Drivel
  6. Syns: abstract, digest, model, archetype, embodiment
    Ants: addition, extension
    Epitome
  7. Syns: entreat, implore, adjure, encourage, advise
    Ants: discourage, advise against, deprecate
    Exhort
  8. Syns: approved, by virtue of position, sanctioned
    Ants: democratic
    Ex officio
  9. Syns: encroach, impinge, intrude, poach,invade
    Ants: stay in bounds, comply, obey
    Infringe
  10. Syns: cozy up to, curry favor with
    Ants: alienate, humiliate oneself, mortify oneself
    Ingratiate
  11. Syns: trespasser, meddler, buttinsky, outsider
    Ants: insider
    Interloper
  12. Syns: immanent, organic, internal, inherent, fundamental
    Ants: extrinsic, external, outward
    Intrinsic
  13. Syns: rail, harangue, fulminate, remonstrate, castigate, condemn
    Ants: acclaim, glorify, extol, flatter, praise
    Inveigh
  14. Syns: fatigue, lethargy, torpor, languor
    Ants: energy, vitality, animation, liveliness
    Lassitude
  15. Syns: chilliad, golden age, prosperity, peace
    Ants: doomsday, day of judgement
    Millennium
  16. Syns: (adj.) supernatural, esoteric, abstruse, arcane
    Ants: (adj.) mundane, common, public, exoteric
    Occult
  17. Syns: diffuse, penetrate, seep, soak
    Ants: empty, drain
    Permeate
  18. Syns: (v.) provoke, produce; (adj.) reckless, impetuous, careless
    Ants: (adj.) wary, cautious, circumspect
    Precipitate
  19. Syns: stern, rigorous, tough, urgent, imperative
    Ants: lenient, mild, lax, permissive
    Stringent
  20. Syns: (v.) infer, gather; (n.) inference, presumption
    Ants: (v.) question, wonder (n.) calculation, measurement
    Surmise

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