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Unit 11-Jones

Unit 11

WordsDefinitionSynonymsAntonyms
adequate sufficient satisfactory insufficient
ajar partly open (blank) closed tight
dialogue a conversation between two or more people exchange of ideas monologue
emblem a symbol insignia (blank)
gigantic immense mammoth diminutive
havoc great confusion and disorder devastation peace and quiet
hearth the floor of a fireplace chimney corner (blank)
implore to beg earnestly for entreat demand forcefully
infamous disgraceful scandalous splendid
innumerable too many to count beyond reckoning few in number
lax not strict negligent conscientious
mar damage deface embellish
misdemeanor a minor misbehavior petty offense serious crime
mull to heat and favor with spices consider (blank)
narrative story tale (blank)
overture opening move prelude finale
pact an agreement alliance (blank)
stalemate a situation in which further action by either side is impossible deadlock victory
vindictive bearing a grudge malicious forgiving
wilt lose strength sag flourish
Created by: kjones1221