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voc unit 2

adverse (adj) unfavorable negative working against hostile synonyms: difficult trying antonyms: favorable positive helpful beneficial
arid (adj) extremely dry uninteresting dull synonyms: waterless parched boring unimaginative antonyms: waterlogged soggy fertile lush
assailant noun a person who attacks violently synonyms: assaulter, attacker, mugger antonyms: victim, prey, injured party
billow (noun) a large wave verb: to rise or swell like a wave synonyms: (noun) breaker (verb) surge, bulge, balloon antonyms: (noun) trough (verb) deflate, collapse
confront verb to meet face to face, especially as a challenge, come to grips with synonyms: face, encounter antonyms: avoid, evade, sidestep
constrain verb: to force, compel, to restrain, hold back synonyms: pressure, restrict, confine, limit antonyms: loosen, liberate, unfetter, relax
contemporary adj: belonging to the same period of time as oneself noun: a person of the same time synonyms: present day, modern, current, peer antonyms: ancient, prehistoric, antiquated
depict verb: to portray, to represent, or show in form of picture synonyms: sketch, draw, picture, illustrate
Created by: emmad4