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Level G Unit 5 synon

synonyms for Level G Unit 5

acuity sharpness, keenness, acuteness
delineate portray, depict, picture, render
depraved evil, perverted, corrupt, vicious
enervate weaken, lessen, impair
esoteric private, secret, occult, cryptic, arcane
fecund productive, fertile, teeming, prolific
fiat edict, dictum, ukase
figment creation, invention, fancy
garner collect, accumulate, accrue
hallow revere, bless, venerate
idiosyncrasy quirk, mannerism, eccentricity
ignominy shame, disgrace, dishonor, humiliate, disrepute, odium
mundane earthly, worldly, humdrum, prosaic, routine, sublunary
nuance subtle variation, shade, nicety, refinement
overweening conceited, excessive, arrogant, inflated
penchant strong attraction, proclivity, propensity, predilection
reputed supposed, reputable, putative
sophistry fallacy, unsound reasoning
sumptuous costly, rich, magnificent, lavish, splendid
ubiquitous universal, omnipresent, pervasive
Created by: dkern