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Level D unit 7

Level D Unit 7

Worddefinition
adieu farewell: so long good-bye; antonyms: hello, greeting
advent an arrival; a coming into place or view; approach; antonyms: departure, going away, exodus
apex the highest point, tip, peak, sumit, acme, crowning; antonyms: bottom,nadir
assimilate to absorb fully or make one's own; to adopt as one's own; to adapt fully digest, incorporate, blend in
bogus false, counterfeit phony, fake, spurious antonyms: genuine, authentic
exorbitant unreasonable high; excessive, exztreme, inordinate, overpriced antonyms: inexpensuve, affordable, reasonable
interim the time between; tempporary, coming between two points in time, interval, interlude, provisional, stopgap
inundate to flood, overflow; to overwhelm by numbers or size, submerge, deluge, swamp
malign to speak evil of, slander; evil, defame, vilify, badmouth; wicked antonyms: praise, commend; kind, benevolent
meander to wander about, wind about, a sharp turn or twist ramble, roam, zigzag, twist
metropolis a large city; the chief city of an area, large urban center antonyms; hamlet, village
momentous very important, consequential, weighty, portentous antonyms: inconsequential, trivial, slight, unimportant
obstreperous noisy; unruly, disorderly, wild, rowdy, uncontrolled, riotous antonyms: quiet, well-behaved, docile
pensive thoughtful; melancholy dreamy, reflective, contemplative, wistful
perilous dangerous, risky, chancy, hazardous, unsafe antonyms: safe, secure, harmless
shoddy ofpoor quality; characterized by inferior workmanship, flimsy, cheaop, tacky, imitative antonyms: well-made, solid, durable, superior
sprightly lively, full of life; spicy, flavorful, frisky, peppy, spirited, animated, buoyant antonyms: sullen, spiritless, dull, morose, sluggish
surly angry and bad-tempered; rude, gruff, sullen, cranky, grouchy, hostile antonyms: polite, gracious, civil, friendly, genial
tirade a long, angry speech, usually very critical, harangue, diatribe, tongue lashing
vagrant an idle wanderer, tramp; wandering aimlessly, drifter, vagabond, hobo, nomad antonyms: stay-at-home, homebody, resident
Created by: Lidiak