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Synonyms- are words that have similar, or almost the same, meaning.
Antonyms- are words that have opposite meanings.
Stroll- to walk unhurriedly
Synonym: walk Antonym: run
Sentence: My grandparents stroll though the park every afternoon.
Start, begin pretty, ugly
Answer, reply hasty, slow
Moist- a little wet
Synonym: damp Antonym: dry
Sentence: Mom wiped the TV with a moist cloth.
Empty, vacant poor, rich
Jump, leap add, subtract
Audience-group attending an event
Synonym: viewer Antonym: performers
Sentence: The audience listened to the beautiful song.
Pretend, imaginary weak, strong
Under, beneath noisy, quiet
Cargo- goods carried by plane, train, ship
Synonym: freight Antonym: passenger
Sentence: The cargo of food and blankets was unlooked from planed.
Select, choose long, short
Price, cost full, empty
Harvest- to gather a crop that is ripe
Synonym: reap Antonym: plant
Sentence: Our family harvested the potatoes in the garden.
Melt, thaw mend, break
Blanket, quilt wild, tame
Prowl- to move quietly in search of prey
Synonym: creep Antonym: flee
Sentence: A cougar prowled quietly through the forest.
Clever, smart begin, end
Mistake, error narrow, wide
Earnest- not joking; serious
Synonym: sincere Antonym: unconcerned
Sentence: Jim was earnest in his wish to do a good job.
Grateful, thankful sweet, sour
Bashful, timid follow, lead
Patient- not getting upset when troubled
Synonym: calm Antonym: anxious
Sentence: The mother was patient with her active child
Rip, tear crawled, raced
Author, writer praise, blame
Autumn- the season between summer and winter
Synonym: fall Antonym: spring
Sentence: The leaves in autumn have beautiful colors.
Practice, rehearse tiny, enormous
Slice, piece cheerful, gloomy
Precious- having great value; loved much
Synonym: valuable Antonym: unimportant
Sentence: Grandma’s dog is precious to her.
Possessions, belongings argue, agree
Challenge, dare bold, fearful
Mature- fully grown
Synonym: adult Antonym: baby
Sentence: This mature plant has produced seeds.
Tie, fasten basement, attic
Brag, boast believe, doubt
Aware- knowing or realizing something
Synonym: informed Antonym: uninformed
Sentence: Everyone was aware of the final score of the game.
Blend, combine many, few
Tow, haul patient, anxious
Boast- to speak too highly about yourself
Synonym: brag Antonym: whine
Sentence: He boasted about his prize for days.
Calamity, disaster clumsy, graceful
Feeble, weak stiff, flexible