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Unit 2 Vocab-Antonym

Unit 2 Vocab-Ant - Antonyms of Unit 2

antonym: mature, grown up; polished, sophisticated callow
antonym: to discourage, advise against, deprecate exhort
antonym: lenient, mild, lax, permissive stringent
antonym: to talk sense; trenchant comments drivel
antonym: to worsen, aggravate, exacerbate ameliorate
antonym: unadorned, simple, plain, austere bombastic
antonym: a rightful member or participant interloper
antonym: mundane; common, public, exoteric occult
antonym: wary, cautious, circumspect precipitate
antonym: to stay in bounds infringe
antonym: to humiliate oneself, mortify oneself ingratiate
antonym: a proven fact, certainty surmise
antonym: doomsday, day of judgment millenium
antonym: energy, vitality, animation, liveliness lassitude
antonym: confusion, embarrassment, abashment aplomb
antonym: extrinsic, external, outward intrinsic
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