The poet _____ contrasting words to create two conflicting ideas.
Well, when an alligator demands your pajamas, all you can do is _____.
The college, ultimately, was seized by parliament during the _____.
The _____ struggle of the American Civil War left the country devastated.
Martin intends to _____ this quote into his original version of his paper.
Sir Walter Scott ends his novel The Talisman with the _____ of two natural enemies when the Christian Crusader Richard Lionheart acknowledges the code he follows is less honorable than that of the Muslim Saracen Saladin.
Although high tides during winter storms were a continuing threat, the beach cottage was appealing precisely because of its _____ to the sea.
The eggs hatch into larvae which spins cocoons and enter a _____ pupa stage.
Mrs. Proudie, the bishop’s wife, is such an officious _____ in the matters of the church she is sarcastically referred to as the “Bishop of Barchester.”
I cannot stand people who _____ on my personal conversations.
That song is always played on the radio, it has become so _____.
Mr. Bevins is always trying to _____ answers from us.
I hope that my friends are good enough that they would _____ with me if I tried to get a bad tattoo.
My friend was in big trouble with Mr. Bevins for not doing her homework. I knew she had a reason so I decided to _____.
It will take a global _____ of consensus to bring about clear decisive structured plans for the mitigation of global warming.
“A bizzare sensation pervades a relationship of pretense. No truth seems true. A simple morning’s greeting and response appear loaded with _____ and fraught with implications… Each nicety becomes more sterile and each withdrawal more permanent.”
Unfortunately, my favorite show is on _____, and not scheduled to start up again until February.
The authorities have agreed to hold the vote over one day instead of two, to _____ fears of manipulation.
“The goal of every culture is to decay through over-civilization; the factors of _____, —luxury, skepticism, weariness and superstition, —are constant. The civilization of one epoch becomes the manure of the next.”
His confidence grew as he received clear signs of the _____ of his superiors.
Antonym for the development of a civilization
Antonym for new and original
Synonym for insinuation
Synonym for mediate
Mr. Bevins is the _____ of hard work and dedication.
“I borrowed today out of the Advocate’s Library, David Hume’s Treatise of Human Nature, but found it so _____, so contrary to sound sense and reason, and so drearying its effects on the mind, if it had any, that I resolved to return it without reading it.”
“Time and fevers burn away individual beauty from thoughtful children, and the grave proves the child _____.” – W.H. Auden
The economist Barbara Wald asserts that both individuals and government prosper when sagacious _____ governs their cooperation.
The chambered nautilus _____ a nacreous substance that hardens in to a shell of progressively larger chambers to accommodate the animals growth.
“Here she lies (in bed of spice) Fair as Eve in Paradise: For her beauty it was such Poets could not praise too much. Virgins come, and in a ring Her supremest _____ sing; When depart, but see ye tread Lightly, lightly o’er the dead.” – Robert Herrick
When we were little, Mr. Bevins went to the emergency room because of an _____ with a coffee table.
He should remember not to _____ on the privacy of the members he does not know.
Synonym for a dispute
Synonym for concern for others
Synonym for to push out Jell-O
Antonym for reciprocal
Antonym for inconspicuous
Antonym for selfishness
“Elegance is not the _____ of those who have just escaped from adolescence, but of those who have already taken possession of their future.” -Coco Chanel
“I think that as you grow up, as you get older, we can’t get bitter, we can’t get _____.” -Taylor Swift
“Well, I don’t know if this is true of everyone, but I think this relationship with my parents where, despite however mature or articulate or grown-up I think I’ve become, as soon as I go home, I turn into this _____ 13-year-old, especially with the tone of my voice.” -Jenna Fischer
I thought his constant inquiries as to how I was feeling and wanting to open every door for me were cute at first. After a couple hours, however he just seemed _____.
“Not everything that is more difficult is more _____.” -Thomas Acquinas
“Human beings are attracted to novelty: to probe the ‘adjacent possible.’ We didn’t stay in the caves. We didn’t stay on the planet, and soon we won’t stay within the limitations of our biology. We move forward. We _____ our limits. We go to the moon, and we create the Internet.” -Jason Silva
Bright, sensational and often _____ some old-time movie posters make today’s newspaper ads look tame.
“My original interests and intentions in guitar playing were primarily created on quality of tone, for instance, the way the instrument could be made to echo or _____ the human voice.”
Synonym for servile
Antonym for cosmopolitan
Synonym for naive
Antonym for amiable
“In love the _____ occurs that two beings become one and yet remain two.” -Erich Fromm
“Al-Qa’ida is the _____ of the peace, tolerance and humanity that is at the heart of Islam.” -John O. Brennan
“A line has to be drawn somewhere between what is essential and what is _____.” -Sargent Shriver
It is important that there are _____ set inside of a classroom so that no one feels offended, or left out.
The _____ of excellence only received perfect scores on her math quizzes.
His _____ 2005 debut album drew critical praise and sold nearly half a million copies.
Fiction often follows the _____ of introducing characters, then a conflict, then a resolution.
At age 19 the English author Laurie Lee made a _____ journey across England walking from village to village.
The monster in Mary Shelly’s novel Frankenstein was treated as _____.
Synonym for mathematical model
Synonym for an example of excellence
Antonym for stationary
Antonym for synonymous
Synonym for contradictory
Antonym for essential