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Project Gutenberg's English Synonyms and Antonyms, by James Champlin of the hundreds of important though small words which this book discusses. kindr ed in meaning but distinct in usage., for ex pressing almost every shade of human thought English Synonyms Synonyms and Antonyms, by James. such pairs the native English form is often the one with an earthier, Any synonym book must be seen as a compromise that relies on the sensitivity of its users.
To assume a deceptive appearance or character. His countenance expressed his complete disgust. HOAX noun: While you're knee-deep in these various shades of the English language, this page on Antonyms, Synonyms, and Homonyms will give you more information on each word group. Threatening or showing evil. Saying much in few words. Commanding fear or respect.
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WordPress Shortcode. Monzurul Karim Shanchay Follow. To speak against. Widespread ruin. To express sorrow or grief over. Of low morals. To sketch or portray. To plead or argue against a certain course of action. To erase or cancel. A great flood.
To empty or to use up. Lacking in. Affectedly or falsely modest or prim. Failing to fulfill an obligation. To belittle or speak slightingly of. An offender. A leader who tries to stir the passions of people for his own purposes. Very pleasing.
To disagree. Designed to teach.
Living loosely. A speedy performance. To drive away. A situation calling for a choice between two equally difficult alternatives.: Rambling from one subject to another. Free from feeling or partiality. Lacking in self-confidence. Antonym impious.
To converse or talk. Art authoritative statement. Antonym partial. To do speedily. To confuse. He dissented violently. One who dabbles in the fine arts for amusement only and without concentrated study. Devoted to religious observances. To instruct or uplift. To make clear. Outstandingly bad an egregious mistake with serious implications. Mentally distressed.
A public command or proclamation issued by an authority. Pertaining to the clergy or the church. To draw out — elicited no response from the audience. No longer productive. To cause. To exclaim or utter suddenly — ejaculated a cry of horror. Positive in expressing an opinion. A clergyman. To make public or reveal. A person sent on an errand or mission. Serving as a model.
His entire existence demonstrated his epicurean tastes. Understood by only a select few. Very short-lived. To speak or write at great length. To follow or result-Silence ensued when the leader arose to speak.
To err is human. He expatiated on the subject for two hours. An expatriated person. Strange and foreign. A phrase that describes a quality good or bad in a person or thing. ERR noun: To be mistaken or go astray. To free from blame.
A tombstone inscription. A person devoted to luxurious living and pleasure. A brief pointed saying. To banish or exile. Evenness of temper or mind. To beg earnestly — entreated the judge to show mercy. Done or spoken on the spur of the moment or without preparation.
The soldiers were pledged to fealty to their ruler. To purify usually a piece of writing of offensive material. A brilliant deed. To root out. Being human. Given to joking or inappropriate gaiety. A means to accomplish something. Convenient in helping to attain some purpose. Liable to make mistakes or be deceived. No longer existing or active.
To penetrate and understand. Not essential. Tom was naturally fallible. Great rejoicing. Front or face. To use for one's selfish purpose — refugees exploited by unscrupulous employers. To set forth in detail. A garland of flowers. To exercise self control. A ludicrous and complete failure. To waver from one course to another. To hang with festoons. Outstandingly bad. FEIGN noun: To pretend.
Passing swiftly -the fleeting hours of happiness. Elaborately showy. Pertaining to public discussion or law courts.
Display or wave boastfully. Lacking firmness. He feigned to be angry. A record of a person's or a family's ancestors or relatives. To make gestures. Thin and light. To prevent the attainment of an object. Inclined to cat to excess. A loud. His scholastic progress was frustrated by a serious illness. Habitually fond of associating in a company or herd.
A very thin gauzelike fabric or structure. A forerunner. A disorderly quarrel. Disgustingly excessive. The crowd hailed the returning hero. To trim or decorate. To greet. A distortion of the face to express an attitude or feeling. GIBE variant spelling: To laugh at. A fracas broke up the meeting. To deliver a long. An assumption made for the sake of argument. Likely to occur soon. HOAX noun: A trick or deception. An example of hyperbole: Pertaining to the theater.
To play a trick on. A gap or vacancy. Incurring public disgrace. Two words having the same sound but different meanings. An opinion held in opposition to the traditional view. A dirty or wretched dwelling. He hoaxed the crowd completely with his disguise. Exempt from. Wearing white was one of Whistler's idiosyncrasies.
Extravagant exaggeration for effect. To attack or criticize as false. A curse. Improper act. To pierce through with a pointed instrument.
Lacking in thrift. With one's identity concealed. To imprison. Incapable of being soothed. Incapable of being penetrated. One who pretends to be what he is not unmasked as an impostor. Stubborn in determination not to be subdued. An officeholder. To stir tip. Incapable of interpretation or understanding. An increase. A conclusion reached by reasoning from data or premises. An indirect reference or suggestion frequently derogatory. Rice is indigenous to China.
Unable to be satisfied. Demonstrating originality. Working secretly or slyly.
To check or hinder. Simple and straightforward. To win another's favor or good opinion tried to ingratiate himself with the politician. Range of sight or understanding. Even petty things made Peter irascible. Constantly changing or varying in pattern or scenes.
Easily angered. Anger -aroused his ire. To speak angrily or bitterly-inveighed against economic discrimination. Causing or given to shedding tears. His life was in jeopardy. To throw overboard as cargo. A structure or intricate passage out of which it is difficult to find one's way also applied to spiritual and intellectual complexities. Saying much in few words. Traveling about. Having an air of easy carelessness or liveliness.
An eminent person. To walk about or talk aimlessly. Fussy about minute details. Average in quality. To assume a deceptive appearance or character. Acting solely from a consideration of reward or profit. His mettle was tried in battle. Attracting in a false. Sentimental to the point of tears. A disguise. Sacrificing moral principles in order to attain power.
Prolonged duration of life. To bellow softly like cattle. A speech by one person.
To make fun of or copy by imitating. Pertaining to. Of various colors. Hating or distrusting mankind. To irritate or provoke. The actor gave his views in a dramatic monologue. Given to frequent change in nature. Antonym macrocosm world on a large scale. Pertaining to ships or navigation. Spotted or streaked with varied colors. A little world. A name or term that describes wrongly. To call him a brave man is really a misnomer. A speech or writing of extravagant praise. A persistent feeling.
A beginner. To prevent. Thrusting oneself or itself into undue prominence. Now that he has learned bowling. A self -contradictory statement. No longer in use. A remedy for all ills. To banish.
Widely known in a bad sense. Unmoved or indifferent. The decision to confederate was ratified by plebiscite. Very heavy. Pertaining to the common people. A humorous imitation of an author's style and mannerisms. A dull and commonplace remark. Clinging doggedly to an opinion or purpose. A petty fault-possesses one peccadillo among his many virtues. To read carefully. To paralyze with horror. A direct vote by the people. Adopting and reproducing. To write a parody.
Sadly thoughtful. To restate the meaning of a passage in other words. One who proudly shows off his learning or who overrates his knowledge. Pertaining to money. Willfully bent on doing the wrong thing. A false name assumed by a writer. Bulging or swelling out. To disguise or conceal the truth to lie.
To postpone or put off to another time. A privilege or power attaching to a position. An introduction. His question was downright presumption. It is a woman's prerogative to refuse to tell her age. To forecast. A cliff. Antonym remoteness. The wage-earning class. The Weather Bureau prognosticates daily. Nearness-worked in close proximity to his home.
Uncertain or risky. As Senator he enjoyed great prestige. To publish or proclaim. Esteem or influence accorded for recognized achievements or reputation. Injury inflicted in turn for one received. To restate in a brief. To tear down completely. One who forsakes political or party principles or his religious faith. Lying down. A branching.