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To run off an hide.Synonyms: bolt, make off, and skip town
AnarchyDefinition: A lack of government and law; confusion.
Synonyms: Chaos, disorder, turmoil, and pandemonium
Antonyms: Law and order and peace and quie
AccessDefinition: Approach or admittance to places, persons, things; an increase. (v) to get at, obtain.
Entry, admittance, and entréeAntonyms: Total exclusion
Favorable, fortunate.Synonyms: Promising, encouraging, and propitious
Antonyms: ill-omened, ominous, and sinister
ArduousDefinition: Hard to do, requiring much effort.
Synonyms: Hard, difficult, laborious, and fatiguing
Antonyms: Easy, simple, effortless, and easy-cheesy-lemon-squeezy!!
DauntDefinition: To overcome with fear, intimidate, to dishearten, discourage.
Dismay, and cowAntonyms: Encourage, embolden, and reassure
BiasedDefinition: Favoring one side unduly, prejudiced.
Synonyms: Unfair, partial, and bigoted
Antonyms: Fair, impartial, unprejudiced, and just
HoodwinkDefinition: To mislead by a trick, deceive.
Synonyms: Dupe and put one over on
Antonyms: Undeceive, disabuse, and clue in
FatedDefinition: Determined in advance by destiny or fortune.
Synonyms: Destined, preordained, and doomed
Antonyms: Accidental, fortuitous, chance, and random
To free from tangles or complications.Synonyms: Unravel, unwind, unscramble, and unsnarl
Antonyms: Tangle up, ensnarl, and snag
Not having life; without energy or spirit.Synonyms: Lifeless, dead, insert, and spiritless
Antonyms: Living, alive, energetic
To burn to ashes.Synonyms: Burn up, cremate, and reduce to ashes
Antonyms: Back to Life, alive, and not burning up
IntrepidDefinition: Very brave, fearless, unshakeable
Synonyms: Valiant, courageous, audacious, and daring
Antonyms: Timid, cowardly, craven, and pusillanimous
PliantDefinition: Bending, readily; easily influenced.
Synonyms: Supple, flexible, elastic, and plastic
Antonyms: Rigid, stiff, inflexible, and set in stone
PompousDefinition: Overly self-important,
excessively stately or ceremonious.
Synonyms: Pretentious and bombasticAntonyms: Unpretentious, unaffected, and plain
Very steep, cliff; brink or edge of disaster.Synonyms: Cliff, crag, bluff, promontory, and ledge
Antonyms: Abyss, chasm, and gorge
Synonyms: Stealing, robbery, and burglary
ReprieveDefinition: Temporary relief or delay. (v) To grant a postponement.
Stay and respite / (v) Postpone and delayAntonyms: Proceed
RevileDefinition: To attack with words, call bad names.
Synonyms: Inveigh, against, malign, vilify, and denounce
Antonyms: Praise, acclaim, revere, and idolize
RectifyDefinition: To make right, correct.
Synonyms: Remedy, set, and right
Antonyms: Mess up, botch, and bungle
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English 1 Abscond Definition To run off an hide Synonyms bolt make off and skip town 4A Anarchy Definition A lack of government and law confusion Synonyms Chaos disorder turmoil and pandemonium ID: 605979 Download Presentation