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Level G Unit 2 synon

synonyms for Level G Unit 2

QuestionAnswer
accost confront, buttonhole, approach, confront
animadversion criticize, rebuke, reproof
avid very eager, keen, enthusiastic, grasping
brackish briny, saline, salty
celerity promptness, alacrity, speed
devious roundabout, indirect, tricky, sly, artful
gambit ploy, strategem, ruse, maneuver
halcyon calm, tranquil, serene, placid, palmy
histrionic affected, stagy, theatrical, melodramatic
incendiary fire-starting, inflammatory, provocative
maelstrom huge whirlpool, vortex, chaos, turbulence, tumult
myopic nearsighted, shortsighted
overt open, clear, obvious, manifest, patent
pejorative tending to make worse, disparagement, derogatory, belittle
propriety proper, fitness, correctness, decorum
sacrilege disrespectful treatment, desecration, profanation, defilement
summarily briefly, promptly, peremptorily, abruptly
suppliant asking humbly and earnestly
talisman magical charm, amulet, fetish
undulate waves, ripple, fluctuate, rise and fall
Created by: dkern