1. DEVASTATE (VERB): destroy
Synonyms: ruin, wreck Antonyms: protect, save
2. DIZZY (ADJECTIVE): feel unsteady
Synonyms: woozy, giddy Antonyms: steady, aware
I was dizzy with anger and shame.
3. INORDINATE (ADJECTIVE): excessive
Synonyms: unreasonable, undue Antonyms: sensible, moderate
They spent an inordinate amount of time.
4. PROTRACT (VERB): extend
Synonyms: draw out, prolong Antonyms: hasten, shorten
The guest did not protract his stay that evening above an hour longer.
5. PLUMMET (VERB): fall hard and fast
Synonyms: plunge, collapse Antonyms: rise, grow
The rock plummeted to the bottom of the cliff.
6. SQUABBLE (NOUN): minor fight
Synonyms: argument, quarrel Antonyms: harmony, agreement
There have been a minor squabble about phone bills.
7. CONFINEMENT (NOUN): imprisonment
Synonyms: restriction, internment Antonyms: freedom, liberty
She had been held in solitary confinement for four months.
8. BUSTLE (NOUN): quick and busy activity
Synonyms: hubbub, fuss Antonyms: calmness, relaxation
He doesn’t like the hustle and bustle of modern life.
9. CHAR (VERB): to burn or turn black by fire or heat.
Synonyms: scorch, sear Antonyms: douse, extinguish
The wood was charred by the intense heat.
10. ACCREDITED (ADJECTIVE): officially recognized
Synonyms: authorized, certified Antonyms: unofficial, uncertified
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