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Freshman 50

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FC: Freshmen 50

1: Indifferent | Definition- without interest or concern Synonyms- mediocre unconcerned Antonyms- heedful, caring Sentence- Hitler killed Jewish families with indifference

2: Apathy | Definition- Absence or suppression of passion, emotion, or excitement Synonyms- detachment, disinterest Antonyms- care, concern Sentence- If you are running for office you want to get a lot of apathy voters to go for you.

3: Obscure | Definition- not clear or plain Synonyms- unclear, doubtful Antonyms- clear, plain Sentence- Our view was obscured by many trees

4: Ambiguous | Def- Open to or having several possible meaning or interpretations Syn-unclear, uncertain, obscure Ant- Clear Sen- He went on an ambiguous trip to Africa looking for oil and gold | (Could be a duck or bunny)

5: Impartial | Def- not partial or biased; fair Syn- unbiased, neutral Ant- biased, partisan Sen-hope the refs of the basketball game is impartial.

6: Objective | Def- something that one's efforts or actions are intended to attain or accomplish; purpose; goal Synonyms- factual, real, biased Antonyms- subjective Sentence- Our objective is to win the race.

7: Def- to regard with respect tinged with awe; Synonyms- respect, admire Antonyms- despise, hate Sentence- I sat and watched in revere. | Revere

8: Discriminate | Def- to make a distinction in favor of or against a person or thing on the basis of the group, class, or category to which the person or thing belongs rather than according to actual merit; #2 recognize a distinction, differentiate Synonyms- distinguish, judge, segregate Antonyms- victimize, mix up Sentence- Wake County School Systems is in trouble for discriminating some neighborhoods. Sentence- He can discriminate between the two

9: Def- to make a formal accusation against Synonyms- condemn, criticize Antonyms- praise, agree Sentence- The US denounce Libya for killing many protesters | Denounce

10: Innovate | Def- to introduce something new; make changes in anything established Synonyms- bring forward, bring in Antonyms- end, finish Sentence- I helped innovated the new iPhone with Apple

11: Subtle | Def- thin, tenuous, or rarefied; not immediately obvious or comprehensible Synonyms- nice, quiet; clever, cunning Antonyms- hard, harsh, noisy Sentence- The subtle day was just amazing

12: Def- not flowing or running, as water, air. Syn- motionless, dirty Ant- moving, clean Sentence- The house had a nasty stagnant smell. | Stagnant

13: Def- open and sincere, honest Synonyms- honest Antonyms- artful, deceitful Sentence- The salesman in the movie always said “May I be completely candid with you?” Then he said what he thinks the best value is. | Candid

14: Def- catch sight of; recognize and understand Synonyms- anticipate, detect Antonyms- disregard, neglect Sentence- Our scout discerned an approaching army just north of our position | Discern

15: Def- a person who pretends to have virtues, moral, principles, etc., that he or she does not actually possess Synonyms- artificial pretending Antonyms- actual, authentic Sentence- The man is hypocritical he said to eat healthy and exercise but he is over 500 pounds | Hypocritical

16: Def- to look upon or treat with contempt; despise; scorn Synonyms- hate; indifference Antonyms- admiration, esteem Sentence- We looked at him with disdain | Disdain

17: Def- thought of apart from concrete realities, specific objects, or actual instances Synonyms- conceptual, theoretical Antonyms- actual, concrete Sentence- We need to stop thinking of abstract ideas. | Abstract

18: Valid | Def- thought of apart from concrete realities, specific objects, or actual instances Synonyms- conceptual, theoretical Antonyms- actual, concrete Sentence- We need to stop thinking of abstract ideas.

19: Def- a puzzling or inexplicable occurrence or situation Synonyms- mystery, cliffhanger, riddle Antonyms- certainty Sentence- The enigma just increased after his father went missing too | Enigma

20: Def- unable to be avoided, evaded, or escaped; certain; necessary Synonyms- certain, fateful Antonyms- avoidable, escapable Sentence- We will lose the city, it is inevitable, but we must hold on as long as we can | Inevitable

21: Eccentric | Def- (n) something that is unusual, peculiar, or odd. Synonyms- bizarre, odd Antonyms- boring, common, Sentence- The room in the old house was quite eccentric

23: Def- (adj)- belonging or peculiar to some particular province; local (Noun) a person who lives in or comes from the provinces Synonyms- hidebound, homegrown Antonyms- metropolitan, modern Sentence- That belongs to the provincial down by the river | Provincial

24: Def- to derive by reasoning; conclude or judge from premises or evidence Synonyms- assume, believe Antonyms- misconceive, misunderstand Sentence- Our group inferred that you guys meant for us to stay here! | Inferred

25: Def- of a different kind, form, character, etc.; Synonyms- assorted, contradictory Antonyms- alike, identical Sentence- Our school is very diverse. | Diverse

26: Apprehensive | Def- uneasy or fearful about something that might happen Synonyms- afraid, alarmed Antonyms- calm, quiet Sentence- The army was apprehensive about the upcoming battle

27: Vulnerable | Def- capable of or susceptible to being wounded or hurt Synonyms- accessible, assailable Antonyms- closed, guarded Sentence- The camp was vulnerable to attack but the new soldiers did not care

28: Def- characterized by or expressing goodwill or kindly feelings Synonyms- beneficent, benign Antonyms- greedy, malevolent Sentence- The benevolent king was very kind to his guest. | Benevolent

29: Def- having or showing a dutiful spirit of reverence for god or an earnest wish to fulfill religious obligations Synonyms- devoted, devout Antonyms- atheist, impious Sentence- The pious man was very religious | Pious

30: Def- inclined to skepticism; having doubt: Synonyms- doubtful, doubting Antonyms- believing, devoted Sentence- He was skeptical about reaching the city of Terian without being caught by the king’s evil army. | Skeptical

31: Def- the act of resigning Synonyms- abandonment, abdication Antonyms- agreement, taking on Sentence-The resignation came with a shock all close to him. | Resignation

32: Def- to supply or brighten with light; light up Synonyms - brighten, fire Antonyms - cloud, darken Sentence - The light illuminated the whole room. | Illuminate

33: Def- a formal expression of opinion or intention made Synonyms - aim, boldness Antonyms - compliance, indecision Sentence – The resolution did not please everybody. | Resolution

34: Def- slavishly submissive or obsequious; fawning Synonyms - abject, base Antonyms - aggressive, dominant Sentence – The servile maid worked hard to keep them happy | Servile

35: Def- to prove to be false or erroneous, as an opinion or charge Synonyms – abnegate, disclaim Antonyms - endorse, prove Sentence – The lawyer tried to refute the proof | Refute

36: Def- a state of society without government or law Synonyms - chaos confusion Antonyms – lawfulness, orders Sentence – The country has become anarchy. | Anarchy

37: Def- actively poisonous; intensely noxious Synonyms - baneful, deadly Antonyms - harmless, healthy Sentence – The water was virulent | Virulent

38: Def- a person who lives in wretched circumstances in order to save and hoard money Synonyms - Scrooge, cheapskate Antonyms - spender, spendthrift Sentence – The old miser man on the corner is disrespectful to us. | Miser

39: Def- uttered clearly in distinct syllables to utter clearly and distinctly; pronounce with clarity Synonyms - clear, coherent Antonyms - misrepresented, unclear Sentence – He was articulate even if he was sick. | Articulate

40: Def- lack of concord or harmony between persons or things Synonyms - cacophony, clamor Antonyms - harmoniousness, harmony Sentence – The discord noise coming for the band was pitiful | Discord

41: Def- constant in effort to accomplish something; attentive and persistent in doing anything Synonyms - active, assiduous Antonyms - inactive, indifferent Sentence – The man worked diligently to finish the boat before his deadline. | Diligent

42: Def- having or showing keenness of insight, understanding, or intuition Synonyms- acute, astute Antonyms- dense, insensitive Sentence- Her perceptive skills made her a great therapist. | Perceptive

43: Def- being at, on, or near the surface Synonyms- apparent, casual Antonyms- careful, deep Sentence- The womb was superficial he was going to live. | Superficial

44: Def- the feeling with which a person regards anything considered mean, vile, or worthless; disdain; scorn. Synonyms- antipathy, audacity Antonyms- admiration, affection Sentence- The man has been feeling contempt with himself. | Contempt

45: Def - easily understood; completely intelligible or comprehensible Synonyms- clear, logical Antonyms- confuse, distract Sentence- He described his lucid plan to us. | Lucid (elucidate)

46: Def- protected from a disease or the like, as by inoculation. Synonyms- invulnerable, insusceptible Antonyms- unprotected, vulnerable Sentence- No one is completely immune from all diseases | Immune

47: Def- pertaining to a sense of the beautiful or to the science of aesthetics #2- a philosophical theory or idea of what is aesthetically valid at a given time and place Synonyms- artistic, creative Antonyms- displeasing, ugly Sentence- Our art teacher has a great aesthetic sense. | Aesthetic

48: Def- deviating in direction from the horizontal or vertical; sloping Synonyms- influence, lean Antonyms- flat, level Sentence- The inclined ramp made it easy for the wheel chair to get up the stairs | Inclined

49: Def- wastefully or recklessly extravagant #2- a person who spends, or has spent, his or her money or substance with wasteful extravagance; spendthrift. Synonyms- excessive, extravagant Antonyms- careful, thrifty Sentence- All of the items there were prodigal. | Prodigal

50: Def- identical or consistent, as from example to example, place to place, or moment to moment an identifying outfit or style of dress worn by the members of a given profession, organization, or rank. Synonyms- constant, even Antonyms- changing, different Sentence- We all had to wear uniforms to school. | Uniform

51: Def- to estimate officially the value of (property, income, etc.) as a basis for taxation Synonyms- appraise, apprise, estimate Antonyms- exact Sentence- The assess of the house was lower than we expected | Assess

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