noun – A sudden breaking out; occurrence; eruption; An insurrection.
synonym – Brawl; Commotion; Ebullition; Epidemic; Tumult; Turbulence; Turmoil; Riot; Bustle.
antonym – Conclusion; Finale; End.
verb – To cause to accept; Cause to become amicable; To make peace, adjust.
synonym – Accord; Accustom; Bury the Hatchet; Mitigate; Placate; Propitiate; Winover.
antonym – Disagree; Refuse.
verb – To go before; Precede; Do without.
synonym – Eschew; Forfeit; Refrain; Relinquish; Renounce.
adjective – Foolish or insane especially in an unconscious, complacent manner; Unreal; Illusionary.
synonym – Absurd; Puerile; Birdbrained; Imbecile; Lunatic; Ludicrous.
antonym – Aware; Asinine; Smart.
adjective – Excessively particular, critical or demanding; Hard to please.
synonym – Meticulous; Captious; Dainty;; Nitpicky; Punctilious; Squeamish.
antonym – Uncouth; Prissy; Chary.
adjective – Slyly crafty or cunning; Deceitful; Tricky.
synonym – Archaic; Adept; Dexterous; Ingenious; Shrewd; Elusive; Evasive.
antonym – Ingenuous; Naïve; Artless.
noun – Closeness; nearness in place/relation/nature/time.
synonym – Affinity; Solidarity; Vicinity; Kinship.
noun – A natural inclination or tendency; An inclination to do sth.
synonym – Competence; Penchant; Proclivity; Proneness; Susceptibility; Sweet tooth; Yen.
antonym – Antipathy; Dislike; Aversion.
verb – To postpone; To put off to future.
synonym – Prorogue; Impede; Procrastinate; Put on ice; Protract.
antonym – Forge; Expedite forward.
noun – A person or organization that causes pollution.
Defiled: adjective– Morally blemished, stained or impure; Maculate
Defile: verb – to pollute; Tarnish; Sully; Taint.
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