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By: Jonas Cooper and Luke
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                   Ornate
   Part of speech: adjective
   Definition: excessive, elaborate
   Synonym: florid
   Antonym: plain
   Sentence: The ornate building was designed to
    resemble a church.
                     Austere
   Part of speech: Adjective
   Definition: plain, simple; stern in manner
   Synonym: strict
   Antonym: tolerant
   Sentence: The first settlers lived in austere
    houses.
                      Cerebral
   Part of speech: Adjective
   Definition: Relating to the brain
   Synonym: intellectual
   Antonym: dumb
   Sentence: The judge was very cerebral in the
    way he held the court case.
                  Incommodious
   Part of speech: Adjective
   Definition: lacking in space, uncomfortable
   Synonym: cramped
   Antonym: spacious
   Sentence: The college dorm room was very
    incommodious to the four students.
                     Noisome
   Part of speech: Adjective
   Definition: offensive, disgusting
   Synonym: noxious
   Antonym: healthful
   Sentence: The noisome remark by the student
    offended the teacher.
                  Cacophony
   Part of speech: noun
   Definition: a loud sound; harsh noise
   Synonym: clamor
   Antonym: silence
   Sentence: The band made such a cacophony in
    their garage that the neighbors called the police.
                    Veritable
   Part of speech: Adjective
   Definition: unquestionable, true, actual
   Synonym: genuine
   Antonym: fraud
   Sentence: The old silver dollar was not veritable
    and was proven counterfeit.
            V-e-r-b-a-t-i-m
 Part of speech: adverb
 Definition: using word for word
 Synonym: directly
 Antonym: inexactly
 Sentence: You can’t copy a article
 verbatim or you have committed
 plagiarism
                Concurrent
   Part of speech: Adjective
   Definition: at the same time
   Synonym: simultaneous
   Antonym: nonsynchronous
   Sentence: It is very difficult to work two
    concurrent jobs at once.
                      Evade
   Part of speech: verb
   Definition: to elude or flee
   Synonym: escape
   Antonym: succumb
   Sentence: The thief managed to evade the
    police for 3 years.
                       Impede
   Part of speech: verb
   Definition: to obstruct or interfere with
   Synonym: block
   Antonym: assist
   Sentence: The defender impeded the halfback’s
    sprint to the end zone.
                      Askew
   Part of speech: Adverb
   Definition: crooked, out of place
   Synonym: strewn
   Antonym: aligned
   Sentence: The child’s toys were askew all over
    the floor.
                        Queue
   Part of speech: noun
   Definition: to wait in line
   Synonym: column
   Antonym: misplaced
   Sentence: The family was waiting to receive a
    movie on their Netflix queue.
                      Torrid
   Part of speech: Adjective
   Definition: parched by heat; burning
   Synonym: burnt
   Antonym: frozen
   Sentence: The torrid grass was burned brown by
    the sun.
                 Trepidation
   Part of speech: noun
   Definition: fear or state of anxiety
   Synonym: terrified
   Antonym: peace
   Sentence: The bombing of London left many
    citizens in a state of trepidation.

				
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