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“The Landlady” by Roald Dahl. Vocabulary. congenial ( adj ): pleasant; agreeable. Synonyms: cooperative, sympathetic, delightful Antonyms: disagreeable, unfriendly The woman was so congenial that I happily donated to her charity.

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congenial adj pleasant agreeable
congenial (adj): pleasant; agreeable
  • Synonyms: cooperative, sympathetic, delightful
  • Antonyms: disagreeable, unfriendly
  • The woman was so congenial that I happily donated to her charity.
compulsion n an irresistible urge a force that makes somebody do something
compulsion (n): an irresistible urge; a force that makes somebody do something
  • Synonyms: demand, obsession
  • Antonyms: independence, free will
  • The compulsion to eat the last cookie was too strong to resist.
emanate v to flow or send out to emit
emanate (v): to flow or send out; to emit
  • Synonyms: derive, radiate
  • Antonyms: take, withdraw
  • The smell of garlic emanated from the dish my mother set on the kitchen table.
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façade (n): 1. any side of a building facing a public way (usually the front) 2. a superficial appearance of illusion of something.
  • Synonyms: 2. disguise, false front, show
  • Antonyms: 2. character, personality
  • 1. The façade of the old home was covered in mud from the hurricane.
  • 2. The jealous man smiled at his friend, but it was only a façade.
tantalizing adj tempting yet unavailable or unobtainable
tantalizing (adj): tempting, yet unavailable or unobtainable
  • Synonyms: fascinating, taunting, tormenting, teasing
  • Antonyms: disenchanting, uninviting
  • The car was beautiful and tantalizing, but it was way too expensive.
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