verb – to attract (cause to be enamored); influence by slyness; charm or enchant someone in a deceptive way;
synonym – Deceive; Delude; Swindle; Captivate; Entrance; Enamor; bewitch; Coax; decoy; enthrall; intrigue; counterfeit.
antonym – repel; unappealing; Repulse.
verb – To lessen the authority, dignity or reputation of; Express a negative opinion of cause to seem less serious.
synonym – Denigrate; Depreciate; Decry; Scoff at; Underrate; Scorn; Blister; Condemn.
antonym – Exonerate; Commend; Exaggerate.
verb – to cause to feel distressed/worried; surround so as to force to give up.
synonym – Assail; Confine; Congregate.
antonym – Let go; leave alone.
adjective – Preventive; Contraceptive; Armor.
adjective – Incapable of harmonious association; Acting in opposition; Unfriendly; Hostile.
synonym – Combative; Hostile; Inimical; Loath; Nasty; Perverse; Belligerent; Bellicose; Acrimonious; Resentful; Pugnacious; Cantankerous; Strenuous.
antonym – Agreeable; Kind; Friendly.
noun – Strongly laxative; Cathartic.
synonym – Cleanser; Aperient; Laxative; Purge; Physic; Emetic; Eliminatory; Evacuative.
adjective – Not convincing; Lacking substance or significance.
noun – A thin kind of paper.
synonym – Insubstantial; Frail; Diaphanous; Fragile; Meager; Dainty; Decrepit; Gratuitous.
antonym – Healthy; Sound; Strong; Convincing; Plausible; Sturdy.
verb – To change the appearance or guise of so as to conceal the identity or mislead.
noun – Act of disguising.
synonym – Camouflage; Cloak; Veil; Counterfeit; Pageant; Masquerade; Farce;
antonym – Honesty; Reality; Truth.
adjective – emotionally hardened.
verb – to make or become callous.
synonym – Blind to; Obdurate; Stubborn; Apathetic; Ferocious; Savage.
antonym – Compassionate; Merciful; Tender; Sensitive.
noun – An act of kindness; a charitable gift
synonym – Altruism; Generosity; comity; Good will; Compassion.
antonym – Cruelty; Greediness; Malevolence; Animosity; Hatred.
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