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Juli loves vocab

Julis vocabulary Unit 10

vocabulary worddefinitionsynonymantonym
bellow to make a sound similar to that of a bull, roar yell, bawl, holler whisper, murmur
beneficiary one who benefits from something, person who is left money or property in a will recipient heir (blank)
botch to repair or atch poorly; make a mess of, bungled job foul up (blank)
clutter to fill or cover in a disorlderly way, mess litter, confusion order, tidiness, neatness
dilapidated falling apart, ruined, run-down in disrepair, deteriorated shipshape, trim
dismantle to take apart, to strip something (blank) (blank)
farce a play filled with ridiculous or absurd happenings, broad or far-fetched humor buffoonery, mockery tragedy, melodrama, tearjerker
futile not successful, failling to have any result; useless, unimportant fritless, vain, ineffective successful, effective
grueling very tiring, calling for an extreme effort exhausting, punishing, taxing easy, effortless
hospitable offering friendly or generous treatment to guest gracious, cordial, courteous unfriendly, cold, icy, chilly
lair the home r den of a wild animal, any hideout nest,burrow, hideaway (blank)
lavish overly generous, extravagant, abundant excessive stingy, meager
notorious widely known because of bad conduct disgraceful, infamous, disreputable unkown obsucre, respectable
pamper to allow too many privileges, be too generous and easygoing toward coddle, cater to, indulge abuse, maltreat, mistreat, discipline
parasite an organism that lives in or on another organism; one who lives off another person sponger, freeloader, leech (blank)
shirk to avoid or get out of doing work, neglect a duty; to sneak, slink duck, sidestep fulfill, perform, shoulder, take on
surplus an amount beyond what is required, excess, ore than what is needed or expected glut, surfeit, overage shortage, lack,
timidity the state of being easily frightened fearfulness, faintheartedness fearlessness, boldness, intrepidity
Created by: Barbaram