◆ Antonyms ◆ 
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Main Entry          -  Antonyms
Abase (V)             - Dignify, Extol
Abate (V)              - Enhance, Increase, Surge
Aberrant (Adj.)   - Natural, Normal, Usual
Abdicate (V)        - Discourage, Impede, Prohibit
Abeyance (N)      - Action, Continuance, Revival
Abject (Adj.)        - Commendable, Dignified, Esteemed
Abominable (Adj.)  - Admirable, Commendable
Abrogate (V)        -  Approve, Legalize
Absolve (V)          - Accuse, Convict
Abstain (V)           - Imbibe, Indulge
Abstinence (N)     - Indulgence, Extravagance
Abstruse (Adj.)     - Clear, Lucid, Obvious
Abysmal (Adj.)     - Fathomable, Finite
Accede (V)             - Deny, Oppose, Refuse
Accost (V)              - Avoid, Ignore
Acclaim                 -  Book, Heckles, Hisses
Acclimate (V)       - Disorder, Upset
Accolade (N)         - Criticism
Accord (N)            - Disagreement, Discord
Acerbity (N)         - Mellowness, Mildness
Acme (N)              - Bottom, Lowest, Nadir
Acquiesce (V)      - Challenge, Disagree, Object, Resist
Acrimonious (Adj.) - Civil, Kind, Peaceable, Sweet
Acumen (N)        - Dullness, Ignorance, Ineptness
Adroit (Adj.)       - Clumsy, Inept, Maladroit, Unskilled
Adulation (N)     - Abuse, Criticism
Advent (N)          - Departure, End, Exit
Affable (Adj.)      - Cold, Complaining, Disdainful, Impolite, Unfriendly
Affected (Adj.)     - Unchanged, Untouched
Affliction (N)       - Blessing, Consolation, Gift, Solace
Affront (N)          - Appeasement, Compliment
Aggrandize (V)   - Belittle, Deflate, and Degrade
Allay (V)              - Agitate, Excite, and Intensify
Alleviate             - Aggravate, Augment, Exacerbate, Heighten, Increase, Intensify, Magnify, Make Worse
Allude (V)          - Advertise, Keep Quiet, Keep Secret
Altercation (N) - Agreement, Concord, Harmony, Peace, Union, Unity
Altruistic (Adj.)  -  Coldhearted, Egoistic, Greedy, Self-Centered, Selfish, Un sacrificing
Ambivalence (N) - Certainty, Decisiveness
Ameliorate (V)     - Aggravate, Decline, Deteriorate, Exacerbate
Amiable (Adj.)     -  Antisocial, Cold, Disagreeable, Hateful, Mean,  Quarrelsom, Rude, Surly, Unfriendly
Anathema (N)     - Benediction, Blessing
Annual (V)           - Ratify, Validate
Appall (V)             - Comfort, Embolden, Encourage, Reassure
Appease (V)         - Aggravate, Annoy, Antagonize, Exacerbate, Irritate,  Provoke
Approbation (N)  - Condemnation, Criticism, Disapprobation
Arcane (Adj.)        -  Common, Commonplace, Comprehensible, Knowable, Known
Arduous (Adj.)     -  Easy, Facile, Painless, Simple
Arraign (V)            -  Absolve, Acquit, Discharge, Exonerate, Free, Let Go
Artless Artful, Complicated, Insincere, Pretentious, Sophisticated, Unnatural
Assiduous (Adj.)    -  Casual, Lax, Lazy, Laid-Back, Neglectful, Negligent
Assuage (V)            -  Aggravate, Exacerbate, Intensely
Astute (Adj.)           -  Dumb, Idiotic, Naive, Obtuse, Stupid
Atone (V)                 - Fine, Forfeit
Atrocious (Adj.)      -  Benevolent, Good, Humane, Kind, Virtuous
Atrop Development, Growth
Attenuate (V)         -  Expand, Increase, Intensify, Strengthen
Attrition (N)          -  Building, Fortification, Reinforcement
Avarice (N)             -  Benevolence, Charity, Generosity, Philanthropy
Aver (V)                   -  Deny, Negate, Nullify
Axiom (N)               -  Absurdity, Foolishness, Nonsense, Paradox BadinageSeriousness
Baffle (V)                 - Enlighten, Explain
Baleful (Adj.)           - Benevolent, Benign, Favorable, Harmless
Bamboozle (V)         - Be Forthright
Banal (Adj.)               - Fresh, New, Original, Rich
Bandy (V)                   - Agree, Concur, Harmonize
Bane (N)                     - Blessing, Good
Baroque (Adj.)          -  Austere, Plain, Unadorned
Bedlam (N)                - Calm, Peace, Quiet
Befuddle (V)               - Clear Up, Explain
Beget (V)                     -  Destroy, Extinguish
Beguile (V)               - Advice, Guard, Protect
Belie (V)                    - Indicate, Reveal
Belittle                      - Praise, Value
Bellicose (Adv.)        - Kind, Pacific, Peaceful
Benediction (N)       - Anathema, Curse, Malediction
Benign (Adj.)            - Malevolent, Malicious
Besmirch (V)            - Commend, Praise
Bifurcate (V)             - Combine, Join
Bland (Adj.)              - .Bitter, Caustic
Blandish (V)             - Belittle, Criticize
Blithe (Adj.)              - Depressed, Downhearted, Sorrowful
Bluster (V)                - Leave, Alone
Bolster (V)                 - Hinder, Obstruct
Bountiful (Adj.)        - Insufficient, Lacking, Scant
Brash (Adj.)               - Afraid, Careful, Cautious, Thoughtful, Wary
Brazen (Adj.)            - Reserved, shy
Broach (V)                 - Suppress
Browbeat (V)           - Boost, Coax, Compliment
Bulwark (N)             - Weakness
Buoyant (Adj.)          - Depressed, Somber
Byzantine (Adj.)       - Easy, Simple
Cadaverous (Adj.)    - Lifelike, Ruddy
Cajole (V)                   - Belittle, Criticize
Callous (Adj.)            - Compassionate, Sensitive
Callow (Adj.)            - Mature, Worldly
Candid (Adj.)            - Artful, Deceitful, Insincere
Candor (N)               - Indirectness, Unfairness
Canny (Adj.)             - Careless, Inept
Cantankerous (Adj.) - Cheerful, Easygoing
Canvass (V)               - Neglect, Pass Over
Capacious (Adj.)       - Confined, Cramped
Capitulate (V)           - Stand Firm, Defend
Capricious (Adj.)      - Dependable, Predictable
Captious (Adj.)         - Flattering, Praising
Cardinal (Adj.)         - Inessential, Unimportant
Carping (Adj.)          - Complimentary, Forgiving
Cataclysm (N)          - Happiness, Miracle
Censure (N)              - Approval, Blessing
Chagrin (N)              - Pride, Satisfaction
Chary (Adj.)             - Careless, Imprudent
Chicaner (N)            - Honesty, Integrity
Circuitous (Adj.)     - Direct, Straight
Circumlocution (N) - Brevity, Directness
Circumspect (Adj.)   - Careless, Incautious
Clarion (Adj.)           - Dull, Low, Muffled
Clement (Adj.)         - Barbarous, Harsh, Unforgiving
Cliché (N)                  - Coinage
Coercion (N)            - Free Will, Volition
Cogent (Adj.)            - Impotent, Ineffective
Cogitate (V)              -  Forget, Ignore
Cognizance (N)       - Ignorance, Misunderstanding
Collage (V)               - Disorder, Disorganize
Collateral (Adj.)      - Chief, Main
Comely (Adj.)          - Bad-Looking, Plain, Ugly
Commensurate (Adj.) - Disproportionate, Inappropriate
Commiserate (V)    - Be Indifferent
Commodious (Adj.)  - Confined, Cramped
Compatible (Adj.)   - Incompatible, Incongruous, Unsuitable, Unsuited
Compunction (N)    - Hardness, Indifference
Concatenate (V)     - Disconnect
Concomitant (Adj.) - Accidental, Unrelated
Condescend (V)       - Respect, Rise Above
Congenital (Adj.)     - Acquired, Learned
Congenial (Adj.)       - Disagreeable, Incompatible
Conjecture (N)         - Certainty, Fact
Conjugal (Adj.)         - Single, Unmarried
Connive (V)               - Expose
Consternation (N)    - Calm, Composure, Happiness
Construe (V)              - Complicate, Obscure
Consummate (Adj.)   - Amateurish, Mediocre
Contend (V)                - Abandon, Retreat
Contiguous (Adj.)      - Apart, Distant
Contumacy (N)          - Deference, Submission
Conversant (Adj.)     - Ignorant, Oblivious
Convivial (Adj.)         - Antisocial, Reserved, Taciturn
Convoke (V)               - Disband, Scatter
Copious (Adj.)            - Lacking, Meager, Rare, Scant, Scare, Sparse
Corporeal (Adj.)       - Intangible, Spiritual
Corpulent (Adj.)       - Bony, Slight
Corroborate (V)        - Deny, Disclaim, Reject
Covert (Adj.)              - Overt, Public
Cower (V)                   - Intimidate, Strut
Crabbed (Adj.)           - Happy
Crass (Adj.)                 - Delicate, Refined
Credulous (Adj.)        - Cynical, Disbelieving, Incredulous, Skeptical, Suspectin, Suspicious, Untrusting, Wary
Cryptic (Adj.)             - Clear, Obvious
Culpable (Adj.)          - Inculpable, Innocent
Cupidity (N)               - Aversion, Dislike
Cursory (Adj.)           - Meticulous, Thorough
Celebrity (N)             - Nobody, Unknown
Dabble (V)                 - Take Seriously
Dapper (Adj.)            - Disheveled, Dowdy
Dauntless (Adj.)        - Afraid, Fearful
Debauch (V)              - Upgrade, Value
Debilitate (V)             - Invigorate, Strengthen
Defalcate (V)              - Compensate, Return
Defamation (N)          - Laudation, Puffery
Defection (N)             - Loyalty, Staunchness
Defile (V)                    - Cleanse, Purify
Deleterious (Adj.)     - Advantageous, Beneficial
Deluge (N)                - Drought, Lack
Delusion (N)             - Reality
Demented (Adj.)      - Balanced, Stable
Demur (V)                 - Accept, Agree
Denigrate (V)            - Boost, Praise
Denizen (N)              - Alien, Foreigner
Depose (V)                - Crown, Inaugurate, Install
Depravity (N)           - Holiness, Honor, Morality, Nobility
Deprecate (V)         - Endorse, Extol, Laud
Deride (V)                - Commend, Esteem
Detriment (N)         - Advantage, Benefit
Dexterity (N)          - Inability, Ineptitude
Dialectic (Adj.)        - Illogical, Irrational
Diaphanous (Adj.)  - Opaque, Thick
Didactic (Adj.)         - Un Instructional
Diffidence (N)         - Confidence
Digression (N)         - Regularity, Uniformity
Dilettante (N)          - Expertly, Gifted
Diligent (Adj.)         - Dilatory, Inactive, Lazy, Slack
Enunciate (V)         - Muffle, Mumble
Ephemeral (Adj.)    - Eternal, Everlasting
Equable (Adj.)        - Fluctuating, Spasmodic
Equitable (Adj.)     - Biased, Partial
Equivocal (Adj.)     - Certain, Clear
Erudite (Adj.)         - Ignorant, Illiterate
Eschew (V)              - Choose, Embrace
Esoteric (Adj.)        - Exoteric, Familiar
Espouse (V)            - Abandon, Deny
Eulogize (V)           - Condemn, Criticize
Exacerbate (V)      - Appease, Mitigate, Placate
Exacting (Adj.)      - Lenient, Tolerant
Excogitate (V)       - Ignore, Neglect
Exculpate (V)        - Convict, Inculpate
Exhort (V)             - Discourage, Impede
Exiguous (Adj.)    - Ample, Plenty
Expedient (Adj.)   - Futile, Useless
Extirpate (V)          - .Bree, Generate
Extol (V)                - Criticize, Discredit
Extraneous (Adj.)  - Intrinsic, Native
Extricate (V)         - Embroil, Entangle
Fabricate (V)        - Tell the Truth
Facile (Adj.)          - Difficult, Laborious
Faction (N)           - Entirety, Total, Whole
Fallacious (Adj.)  - Correct, True
Fallow (Adj.)        - Active, Fertile
Fathom (V)          - Confound, Confuse, Misunderstand
Fatuous (Adj.)      - Brilliant, Smart
Febrile (Adj.)       - Afebrile, Frigid
Fecund (Adj.)      - Barren, Infertile
Fictitious (Adj.)    -True
Flippant (N)        - Seriousness
Foible (N)             - Strength
Fortitude (N)        - Weakness
Fortuitous (Adj.)    - Predictable, Unlucky
Fractious (Adj.)     - Amiable
Frenetic (Adj.)      - Calm
Fulminate (V)        - Praise
Furtive (Adj.)          - Aboveboard, Open
Gainsay (V)             -Confirm
Garrulous (Adj.)     - Concise, Taciturn
Generic (Adj.)         - Branded, Specific
Genesis (N)             - End
Genteel (Adj.)         - Uncouth
Germane (Adj.)      - Inappropriate
Glean (V)                 - Distribute
Gloat (V)                  - Fail
Glut (N)                    - Emptiness
Gnarled (Adj.)         - Smooth, Unknotted
Gossamer (Adj.)     - Opaque
Grandiloquent (Adj.)  - Unpretentious
Gratuitous (Adj.)      - Paid
Gregarious (Adj.)    - Reserved
Grotesque (Adj.)     - Beautiful
Gullible (Adj.)         - Suspicious, Untrusting
Gusto (N)                 - Apathy
Gusty (Adj.)             - Calm
Haggard (Adj.)        - Fresh, Healthy
Hapless (Adj.)         - Fortunate, Lucky
Harangue (N)         - Panegyric
Harrowing (Adj.)   - Heartening, Safe
Haughtiness (N)     - Humbleness, Modesty
Headstrong (Adj.)   - Tractable
Hedonist (N)            - Ascetic
Heresy (N)               - Orthodoxy
Horrendous (Adj.)   - Agreeable, Delightful
Humdrum (Adj.)      - Exciting, Remarkable
Idyllic (Adj.)             - Hellish, Infernal
Immaculate (Adj.)   - Dirty, Grubby
Impecunious (Adj.)  - Wealthy
Imperative (Adj.)     - Optional, Unimportant
Imperturbable (Adj.) - Edgy, Excitable
Impervious (Adj.)      - Penetrable, Permeable
Impetuous (Adj.)       - Cautious, Considered
Impolitic (Adj.)          - Prudent, Wise
Import (Adj.)             -  Insignificance
Impugn (V)                - Support
Impunity (N)             - Liability, Responsibility
Inane (Adj.)               - Intelligent, Sensible
Incarcerate (V)         - Free, Release
Incendiary (Adj.)     - Conciliatory
Incipient (Adj.)        - Full-Blown
Inconsequential (Adj.) - Important, Significant
Incontinent (Adj.)     - Continent, Restrained
Incontrovertible (Adj.)  - Questionable
Incorrigible (Adj.)     - Repentant
Incur (V)                    - Avoid
Incursion (N)            - Retreat
Indefatigable (Adj.) - Feeble, Idle
Indelible (Adj.)         - Erasable
Indeterminate (Adj.)  - Certain, Definite
Indigenous (Adj.)      - Expatriate, Migrant
Indomitable               - Submissive, Weak
Inebriated (Adj.)       - Sober
Inevitable (Adj.)         - Avoidable, Uncertain
Infallible (Adj.)          - Fallible
Infirmity (N)              - Health, Wellness
Innocuous (Adj.)        - Harmful
Inopportune (Adj.)     - Appropriate, Opportune
Inordinate (Adj.)         - Limited, Moderate
Inscrutable (Adj.)       - Expressive, Transparent
Insidious                      - Straightforward
Insipid (Adj.)                -  Interesting
Insouciant (Adj.)        - Anxious, Concerned
Insurgent (Adj.)         - Loyal
Integrity (N)               - Dishonesty
Intrepid (Adj.)            - Cowardly, Fearful
Invective (V)               - Praise
Invidious (Adj.)           - Desirable, Pleasant
Irate (Adj.)                   - Calm, Composed
Irreverent (Adj.)         - Respectful, Reverent
Irrevocable (Adj.)      - Temporary
Jaded (Adj.)                 - Fresh
Jaunty (Adj.)               - Depressed
Jettison (V)                 - Load
Judicious (Adj.)         - Ill-Advised
Juvenile (Adj.)           - Adult
Kindle (V)                  - Douse, Extinguish
Kindred (Adj.)           - Unrelated
Kudos (N)                  - Obscurity
Lackadaisical (Adj.)  - Caring, Enthusiastic
Laconic (Adj.)            - Loquacious
Lascivious (Adj.)      - Ascetic
Latitude (N)              - Constraint, Restriction
Leeway (N)               - Constraint, Restriction
Levity (N)                 - Gravity, Seriousness
Limpid (Adj.)            - Muddy, Opaque
Listless (Adj.)            - Energetic, Lively
Loquacious (Adj.)     - Reticent, Taciturn
Lucrative (Adj.)         - Unprofitable
Ludicrous (Adj.)        - Sensible
Magnanimous (Adj.) - Mean-Spirited, Selfish
Magnitude (N)           - Smallness
Maladroit (Adj.)        - Adroit, Skillful
Malaise (N)                - Health, Well-Being
Malign (Adj.)             - Beneficial
Malignant (Adj.)       - Benign
Mendacious (Adj.)    - Truthful
Mercenary (Adj.)      - Altruistic, Philanthropic
Mercurial (Adj.)       - Constant, Steady
Meteoric (Adj.)        - Gradual, Slow
Meticulous (Adj.)     - Careless, Sloppy
Militant (Adj.)         - Apathetic, Restrained
Misgiving (N)          - Certainty, Confidence
Mollify (V)              - Aggravate, Enrage
Mortify (V)             - Be Pleased, Be Proud
Mundane (Adj.)     - Extraordinary
Munificent (Adj.)    - Mean, Miserly
Myopic (Adj.)          - Farsighted
Nebulous (Adj.)      - Clear, Well-Defined
Nefarious (Adj.)     - Admirable, Good
Noisome (Adj.)      - Moral, Pleasant
Nominal (Adj.)       - Significant, Substantial
Nonentity (N)         - Somebody
Novice (N)              - Expert, Veteran
Obdurate (Adj.)     - Amenable, Compliant
Obliterate (V)        - Create
Oblivion (N)          - Fame
Obnoxious (Adj.)    - Charming, Pleasing
Obsequious (Adj.)    - Domineering
Officious (Adj.)         - Self-Effacing
Onerous (Adj.)          - Easy, Effortless
Opportune (Adj.)      - Disadvantageous, Inopportune
Ornate (Adj.)          - Plain
Ostensible (Adj.)    - Genuine, Real
Ostentatious (Adj.)  - Modest, Unpretentious
Ostracize (V)            - Accept, Welcome
Overt (Adj.)              - Covert, Hidden
Palatable (Adj.)      - Disagreeable
Palpable (Adj.)       - Intangible
Pandemonium (N)  - Calm, Peace
Parochial (Adj.)       -  Broad-Minded, Cosmopolitan
Parsimonious (Adj.) - Extravagant, Generous
Paucity (N)               - Abundance
Pejorative (Adj.)       - Complimentary
Penitent (Adj.)          - Unashamed, Unrepentant
Perfunctory             - Careful, Through
Pernicious (Adj.)     - Beneficial, Favorable
Personable (Adj.)    - Unfriendly, Unpleasant
Perspicacious (Adj.)  - Dull, Inattentive
Pertinent (Adj.)          - Irrelevant
Perturb (V)                  - Reassure
Pithy (Adj.) .               - Verbose
Placate (V)                  - Anger,


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