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Ustach L-A Unit 6

Ustach 6th grade level A unit 6

agenda (n.) the program for a meeting; a list, outline, or plan of things to be considered or done. SYNONYMS: schedule, docket
amiable (adj.) friendly, good-natured SYNONYMS: pleasant, agreeable ANTONYMS: unfriendly, ill-humored, gruff, hostile
befuddle (v.) to confuse, make stupid SYNONYMS: bewilder, boggle, stupefy ANTONYMS: enlighten, set straight
blight (n.) a disease that causes plants to wither and die; a condition of disease or ruin; (v.) to destroy, ruin SYNONYMS: (n.) eyesore; (v.) spoil, nip ANTONYMS: (v.) foster, promote, nourish, encourage
boisterous (adj.) rough and noisy in a cheerful way; high-spirited SYNONYMS: loud, unruly, disorderly ANTONYMS: quiet, calm, peaceful, well-behaved, sedate
clarity (n.) clearness, accuracy SYNONYMS: lucidity, precision ANTONYMS: confusion, murkiness, ambiguity
compliant (adj.) willing to do what someone else wants; obedient SYNONYMS; meek, docile, submissive ANTONYMS; disobedient, obstinate, rebellious, perverse
conserve (v.) to preserve; to keep from being damaged, lost, or wasted, to save SYNONYMS; guard, care for ANTONYMS; waste, squander, dissipate
debut (n.) a first public appearance; a formal entrance into society; (v.) to make a first appearance SYNONYM; (n.) coming-out ANTONYMS; (n.) retirement, departure
gory (adj.) marked by bloodshed, slaughter, or violence SYNONYMS; bloody, gruesome ANTONYM; bloodless
gross (adj.) overweight; coarse, vulgar; very noticeable; total; (n.) an overall total (without deductions); (v.) to earn SYNONYMS; (adj.) fat, sheer, utter, flagrant ANTONYMS; (adj.) slender, thin, delicate, fine, partial; (n., v.) net
induce (v.) to cause, bring about; to persuade SYNONYMS; prevail upon, influence ANTONYMS; prevent, deter, hinder
leeway (n.) extra space for moving along a certain route; allowance for mistakes or inaccuracies; margin of error SYNONYMS; latitude, elbow room
limber (adj.) flexible; (v.) to cause to become flexible SYNONYMS; (adj.) supple, pliable; (b.) stretch ANTONYMS; (adj.) rigid, wooden; (v.) stiffen
maze (n.) a network of paths through which it is hard to find one's way; something very mixed-up and confusing SYNONYMS; labyrinth, puzzle, tangle
oracle (n.) someone or something that can predict the future SYNONYMS; prophet, seer, sibyl
partisan (n.) a strong supporter of a person, party, or cause; one whose support is unreasoning; a resistance fighter, guerrilla; (adj.) strongly supporting one side only SYNONYMS; (n.) fan, booster; (adj.) partial, biased ANTONYMS; (n.) critic, foe; (adj
reimburse (v.) to pay back; to give payment for SYNONYMS; repay, refund, compensate
vacate (v.) to go away from, leave empty; to make empty; to void, annul SYNONYMS; depart, give up, abandon ANTONYMS; occupy, keep, hold, hang on to
vagabond (n.) an idle wanderer; a tramp; (adj.) wandering; irresponsible SYNONYMS; (n.) vagrant, hobo; (adj.) unsettled, footloose ANTONYMS; (n.) homebody, resident; (adj.) settled
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