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Adversary (n.) an enemy opponent Synonyms: antagonist, rival, foe Antonyms: friend, ally, supporter, confederate
Allenate (v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer, convey Synonyms: separate, drive apart, estrange Antonyms: befriend, attract, captivate, reconcile
artifice (n.) a skillful or ingenious device ; a clever trick; a clever skill; trickery Synonyms: ruse, stratagem, contrivance
coerce (v.) to compel, force Synonyms: pressure, bully, intimidate, constrain Antonyms: persuade, cajole
craven (adj.) cowardly; (n.) a coward Synonyms: (adj.) fearful, fainthearted, pusillanimous Antonyms: (adj.) brave, courageous, valiant
culinary (adj.) of or related to cooking or the kitchen
delete (v.) to erase, wipe out , cut out Synonyms: remove, cancel, expunge Antonyms: insert, add, retain, include
demise (n.) a death, especially of a person in a lofty position Synonyms: decease, passing away Antonyms: birth, beginning, commencement
exhilarate (v.) to enliven, cheer, give spirit or liveliness to Synonyms: stimulate, excite, gladden Antonyms: discourage, dispirit, dishearten, inhibit
fallow (adj.) plowed but not seeded; inactive; reddish- yellow; (n.) land left unseeded; (v.) to plow but not seed Synonyms: (adj.) unproductive, inert, dormant Antonyms: (adj.) productive, fertile, prolific
harass (v.) to disturb, worry; to trouble by repeated attacks Synonyms: annoy, pester, bedevil, beleaguer
inclement (adj.) stormy, harsh; severe, in attitude or action Synonyms: blustery, tempestuous, implacable Antonyms: mild, gentle, balmy, tranquil
muse (v.) to think about in a dream way, ponder Synonyms: meditate, contemplate, daydream
negligible (adj.) so unimportant that it can be disregarded Synonyms: trivial, inconsequential, insignificant Antonyms: significant, crucial, momentous
perpetuate (v.) to make permanent or long lasting Synonyms: continue, preserve, prolong indefinitely Antonyms: discontinue, abolish, abandon
precedent (n.) an example that may serve as a basis for imitation or later action Synonyms: guide, tradition, model
punitive (adj.) inflicting or aiming at punishment Synonyms: penalizing, retaliatory
redress (v.) to set right, remedy; (n.) relief from wrong or injury Synonyms: (v.) rectify, correct, mitigate
sojourn (n.) a temporary stay; (v.) to stay for a time Synonyms: (n.) visit, stopover, brief stay
urbane (adj.) refined in manner or style, suave Synonyms: elegant Antonyms: crude, uncouth, boorish
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