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    Vocabulary Words – 09.01.2017

    Vocabulary Words – 09.01.2017
    1. IMMACULATE (ADJECTIVE): Pure

    Synonyms: spotless, bright 

    Antonyms: unclean, tainted

    Example Sentence:

    The student was punished for ruining his immaculate uniform.


    2. JADED (ADJECTIVE): Tired 

    Synonyms: exhausted, bored Antonyms: activated, unused

    Example Sentence: 

    He felt jaded after his return from the journey.


    3. IMBECILE (ADJECTIVE): stupid or senseless

    Synonyms: stupid, foolish Antonyms: sane, wise

    Example Sentence: 

    He always has imbecile things to do.


    4. JUVENILE (ADJECTIVE): Childish

    Synonyms: youthful, immature Antonyms: experienced, mature

    Example Sentence: 

    As he gets older he becomes more juvenile.


    5. KNAVE (ADJECTIVE): Dishonest person

    Synonyms: fraud, lowlife Antonyms: honest, truthful

    Example Sentence:

    The knave and his conspirators are plotting to rob the bank.


    6. LEVITY (NOUN): Light heartedness

    Synonyms: frivolity, mirth Antonyms: depression, gloom

    Example Sentence: 

    His staff always treats his orders with levity.


    7. LUDICROUS (ADJECTIVE): Ridiculous 

    Synonyms: bizarre, absurd Antonyms: common, familiar

    Example Sentence: 

    Everybody condemned her ludicrous remarks against her friends.


    8. LACONIC (ADJECTIVE): Brief

    Synonyms: short, to the point Antonyms: verbose, wordy

    Example Sentence: 

    Though her speech was laconic, yet it was lucid.


    9. LOATHE (VERB): Dislike

    Synonyms: abhor, despise Antonyms: adore, cherish

    Example Sentence: 

    The two persons loathe each other in your family.


    10. LETHAL (ADJECTIVE): Extremely harmful

    Synonyms: dangerous, destructive Antonyms: harmless, healthy

    Example Sentence:

    A gun is considered a lethal weapon because it can be deadly.

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