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Vocab Unit 15

Vocabulary Sadlier Oxford Level G Unit 15

QuestionAnswer
(noun) pleasant or agreeable antonym--> unpleasantness amenity
(noun) an opening, gap, hole antonym--> closure, blockage aperture
(noun) a difference of opinion; discontent antonym--> agreement, harmony dissidence
(adjective) devoted to the pursuit of pleasure antonym--> self-denying epicurean
(adjective)not thrifty; failiing to plan ahead antonym--> thrifty, frugal, cautious improvident
(noun) wickedness, sin antonym--> probity, uprightness iniquity
(adjective) sacred; must not be broken, or profaned antonym-->vulnerable inviolable
(adjective)open to or capable of change antonym--> steadfast, constant mutable
(adjective) just begining to exist or develop antonym--> dying, moribound nascent
(noun) a deep bow or other body movement indicating respect antonym-->disrespect, irreverance obeisance
(noun)formal or elaborate praise antonym--> diatribe, tirade panegyric
(noun) a device publicly punishing offenders antonym--> praise, extol pillory
(noun) a woefully meager allowance, or wage antonym--> fortune pittance
(verb) to foreshadow or point to a future event presage
(noun) descendents, offspring, children antonym--> ancestors, forebears progeny
(verb) to proclaim, or issue officially antonym--> withdraw, retact, abrogate promulgate
(noun) uprightness, correctness antonym--> iniquity rectitude
(adjective) restless, hard to manage antonym--> serene, unruffled restive
(adjective)angelic, heavenly, celestial antonym--> devilish, impish seraphic
(verb) to have existence, to remain alive, manage to make a living or maintain life subsist
Created by: scs087