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Vocabulary Unit 4. alliance. noun a joining together for some common purpose Synonyms: pact, league, coalition Antonyms: rift, split. bewilder. verb to puzzle completely, confuse Synonyms: baffle, perplex Antonyms: set straight, enlighten. buffoon. noun

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alliance
alliance
  • noun
  • a joining together for some common purpose
  • Synonyms: pact, league, coalition
  • Antonyms: rift, split
bewilder
bewilder
  • verb
  • to puzzle completely, confuse
  • Synonyms: baffle, perplex
  • Antonyms: set straight, enlighten
buffoon
buffoon
  • noun
  • a clown: a course, stupid person
  • Synonyms: jester, fool
controversial
controversial
  • adjective
  • arousing argument, dispute, or disagreement
  • Synonyms: arguable, debatable
dishearten
dishearten
  • verb
  • to discourage
  • Synonyms: dismay, demoralize, dispirit
  • Antonyms: encourage, hearten
fruitless
fruitless
  • adjective
  • Not producing the desired results, unsuccessful
  • Synonyms: useless, vain, unproductive, futile
  • Antonyms: productive, effective
hostile
hostile
  • adjective
  • Unfriendly; unfavorable; warlike, aggressive
  • Antonyms: friendly, cordial, peaceful
inflammable
inflammable
  • adjective
  • easily set on fire; easily angered or aroused
  • Synonyms: combustible, flammable, excitable
  • Antonyms: fireproof, fire-resistant, calm
inflict
inflict
  • verb
  • to give or cause something unpleasant, impose
  • Synonyms: deal out, visit upon
  • Antonyms: suffer, undergo, sustain
malignant
malignant
  • adjective
  • deadly, extremely harmful, evil; spiteful, malicious
  • Synonyms: lethal, wicked
  • Antonyms: wholesome, beneficial, benign
mortify
mortify
  • verb
  • to hurt someone’s feelings deeply; to cause embarrassment or humiliation; to subdue or discipline by self-denial or suffering
  • Synonyms: humiliate, embarrass, abash
orthodox
orthodox
  • adjective
  • in agreement with established or generally accepted beliefs or ways of doing things
  • Synonyms: traditional, standard, customary
  • Antonyms: unusual, unconventional, heretical
procure
procure
  • Verb
  • To obtain through special effort; to bring about
  • Synonyms: gain, acquire, achieve
scurry
scurry
  • verb
  • to run quickly, scamper, hurry
  • Synonyms: rush, sash, scramble
  • Antonyms: trudge, plod, creep, crawl
sodden
sodden
  • adjective
  • soaked with liquid or moisture; expressionless, dull; spiritless, listless
  • Synonyms: drenched, waterlogged, saturated
  • Antonyms: parched, arid
spirited
spirited
  • adjective
  • full of life and vigor; courageous
  • Synonyms: lively, animated, gallant
  • Antonyms: lifeless, dull, lackluster
virtual
virtual
  • adjective
  • having a certain force or effect in fact but not in name; so close as to be equivalent to the real thing
  • Synonyms: functioning as, equivalent to
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void
  • adjective
    • completely empty, having no legal force or effect
  • noun
    • empty of unfilled space
  • verb
    • to cancel of nullify
  • Synonyms: (adj). invalid, vacant, bare
  • Antonyms: (adj). in effect, teeming with; (v.) confirm
wayward
wayward
  • adjective
  • disobedient, willful; unpredictable, capricious
  • Synonym: perverse
  • Antonyms: docile, well-behaved, predictable
wince
wince
  • verb
  • to draw back suddenly, as though in pain or fear
  • noun
  • the act of drawing back in this way
  • Synonyms: (v.) flinch, shudder, recoil