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Adjourn to temporarily stop something,mone to another place.(verb) synonyms-postpone,suspend,discontinue antonnyms-open,call to order
Alein a citizen of another country(noun) forign strange(adj) synonyms-exotic,unfamiliar antonyms-native,endemic,familiar
comely having pleasing apperance(adj) synonyms-good-looking,attractive antonyms-plain,homely,ugly,repulsive
compensate to make up to, to repay for services(verb) synonyms-payback,reimburse,recompense antonyms-fail to reward,stiff
dissolute loose in one's morals or behaviors synonyms-dissipated,debauched,immoral,corrupt antonyms-virtuous,chaste,moral,seemly,proper.
erractic not regular or consistent; different from what is ordinary expected;undependebale.(adj) synonyms-ireggular,inconsistent,unpredictable. antonyms-steady,consistent,dependable
expulsion the process of driving or forcing out(noun) synonyms-ejection,ouster,eviction antonyms-admittance,admission
feint a deliberately deceptive movement; a pretense(noun) synonyms-trick,ruse,subterfuge,dodge,bluff
fodder food for horses and cattle(noun,raw material for a designated purpose. synonyms-feed,provender
fortify to strengthen,build up(verb) synonyms-reinforce,shore up antonyms-weaken,undermine,sap,impair
illegible difficult or impossible to read(adj) synonyms unreadable,scribbled antonyms-readble,clear
jeer to make fun of rudely or unkindly(verb) synonyms-laugh mock,taunt antonyms-applause,plaudits,accolades
lucrative bringing in money(adj) synonyms-gainful,moneymaking antonyms-unprofitable,losing
medicore average,ordinary,undistinguished synonyms- run of the mill antonyms-exceptional,outstanding,distinguished
proliferate to reprodude, increase, or spread rapidly(verb) synonyms-multiply antonyms-decrease,diminish,dwindle,slackoff
subjugate to conquer by force,bring under complete control synonyms-subdue,vanquish,master antonyms-be conquered,submit,surrender
sully to soil,strain,tarnish,defile(verb) synonyms- polute,taint,smear antonyms-cleanse,purify,decontaminate.
tantalize to tease, torment by teasing(verb) synonyms-tempt,lead on,make one's mouth water antonyms-satisfy,fulfill gartify
terse breif and to the point(adj) synonyms-consise,succinct,crisp,short and sweet
unfliching firm,snowing no sign of fear, not drawing back synonyms-resolute,stead fast,unwavering antonyms-irresolute,wavering,vacilating
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