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E2

anger, cross, furious, infuriate, mad, rage

1. The adjective form of the word anger is _________.

2. The word cross is synonymous to comp________.

3. The noun form of the word furious is _________.

4. The noun form of the word infuriate is _________.

5. The noun form of the word mad is _________.

6. The adjective form of the word rage is _________.

E3

argue, quarrel, row

1. What is your _________ about this topic? ARGUE

2. She is quite _________. QUARREL

3. The word row is synonymous to f_______.



E4

disagree, dispute

1. The noun form of the word disagree is _________.

2. The adjective form of the word dispute is _________.

E5

aggression, cruel, fierce, murderous, violence, wild

1. The adjective form of the word aggression is _________.

2. The noun form of the word cruel is _________.

3. The adjective form of the word fierce is _________.

4. The word murderous is synonymous to de________.

5. The adjective form of the word violence is _________.

6. The noun form of the word wild is _________.

F. FEAR AND COURAGE

F1

afraid, alarm, dread, fear, fright, horrify, panic, petrify, scare, terrify, terrorize

1. The noun form of the word afraid is _________.

2. The adjective form of the word alarm is _________.

3. The adjective form of the word dread is _________.

4. The adjective form of the word fear is _________.

5. The verb form of the word fright is _________.

6. The noun form of the word horrify is _________.

7. The adjective form of the word panic is _________.

8. The adjective form of the word petrify is _________.

9. The adjective form of the word scare is _________.

10. The noun form of the word terrify is _________.

11. The adjective form of the word terrorize is _________.



F2

embarrassed, ashamed, reticent, shy, timid

1. The noun form of the word embarrassed is _________.

2. The noun form of the word ashamed is _________.

3. The word reticent is synonymous to res_______.

4. The noun form of the word shy is _________.

5. The word timid is synonymous to co_______.



F3

appall, shock

- Appall = shock. Their adjective forms end in - ___.



F4

bold, brave, courage, coward, daring, nerve, reckless

1. The noun form of the word bold is _________.

2. The noun form of the word brave is _________.

3. The adjective form of the word courage is _________.

4. The adjective form of the word coward is _________.

5. The verb form of the word daring is _________.

6. The adjective form of the word nerve is _________.

7. The noun form of the word reckless is _________.



F5

boast, hero, risk, venture

1. After his great success, he was very _____. BOAST

2. She is a real ______. HERO

3. What you did was quite _____. RISK

4. He wouldn't ________ far from his mother's door. VENTURE

F6

firm, obstinate, rude, stubborn

1. The Government should _______ firm against the terrorists' demands.

2. He is as obstinate as a _______.

3. This was all because of his rude_____.

4. He is as stubborn as a _______.

G. ADMIRATION, PRIDE, CONTEMPT, AND ABUSE

G1

admire, appreciate, esteem, glorify, respect

1. I have great _____ for him. ADMIRE

2. I have great ______ towards them. APPRECIATE

3. He is a highly ______ person. ESTEEM

4. He returned home with great _____. GLORIFY

5. He is a _____ businessman. RESPECT



G2

arrogance, haughty, humble, impressive, pride, promising, splendour

1. If you have arrogance, you are a_______. .

2. If you are haughty, you are ar______.

3. If you are humble, you are not bo_______.

4. If something is impressive, you are i________ by it.

5. If you have pride in something, you are p_______ of it.

6. If something or someone is promising, it/he/she can expect a good f______.

7. If something is full of splendour, it is sp______.



G3

condemn, contempt, humiliate, insult, offend

1. The word condemn is synonymous to den______.

2. The word contempt is synonymous to sc______.

3. The word humiliate is synonymous to deg______.

4. The word insult is synonymous to off______.

5. The word offend is synonymous to irr______.



G4

disappoint, disgrace, insolent, shame

1. The noun form of the word disappoint is _________.

2. The adjective form of the word disgrace is _________.

3. The noun form of the word insolent is _________.

4. The adjective form of the word shame is _________.

H. KINDNESS AND UNKINDNESS

H1

beneficial, benevolent, considerate, generous, helpful, kind, tender

1. We need to _______ from the situation. BENEFICIAL

2. In some religions, several gods are believed to have _______ BENEVOLENT

3. He gave great ________ onto the matter before he made up his mind. CONSIDERATE

4. What he really lacks is _______! GENEROUS

5. I have nothing to do in this situation! I'm _______. HELPFUL

6. He showed great _______. KIND

7. I have a feeling of great ________ for you. TENDER



H2

human, humane

1. kind, civilized

2. mortal

H3

charity, consideration, console, humanity, sympathize

1. The adjective form of the word charity is _________.

2. The adjective form of the word consideration is _________.

3. The noun form of the word console is _________.

4. The verb form of the word humanity is _________.

5. The adjective form of the word sympathize is _________.



H4

aggrieved, malice, ruthless, sour, spiteful, vicious

1. The word aggrieved stems from the noun g_____.

2. The word malice is synonymous to h_______.

3. The word ruthless is synonymous to me_____less.

4. The word sour is synonymous to cr_______.

5. The word spiteful is synonymous to bad-t_______.

6. The word vicious is synonymous to co____pt and mal____ous.

H5

greed, miser

1. lust, passion

2. tightwad, cheapstake

H6

avenge, envious, jealous, merciless, resent, revenge, sullen, vengeance

1. The word avenge is synonymous to _________ in the word list.

2. The word envious is similar in meaning to ________ in the word list.

3. The word jealous is synonymous to gr_______.

4. The word merciless is synonymous to r______less

5. The word resent is synonymous to di______.

6. The word revenge is synonymous to vin_______.

7. The word sullen is synonymous to mo______.

8. The word vengeance is synonymous to _______ in the word list.

I. HONESTY, LOYALTY, TRICKERY, AND DECEIT

I1

candid, confident, frank, genuine, gullible, honest, sincere, trustworthy, truthful

1. The word candid is synonymous to ge______.

2. The noun form of the word confident is _________.

3. The noun form of the word frank is _________.

4. The word genuine is synonymous to aut_________.

5. The word gullible is synonymous to cre____us.

6. The noun form of the word honest is _________.

7. The noun form of the word sincere is _________.

8. The word trustworthy is synonymous to de_______able.

9. The noun form of the word truthful is _________.



I2

blunt, confidential, explicit, implicit, overt

1. If someone is blunt, this person is uncivil or d_____.

2. If something is confidential, it is s_______.

3. If something is explicit, it is cl______.

4. If something is implicit, it is im_____ed.

5. If something is overt, it is straight________.



I3

cunning, innocent, naive, sly

1. The word cunning is synonymous to _______ in the word list.

2. The word innocent is synonymous to _______ in the word list.

I4

allegiance, constant, faith, loyal

1. The word allegiance is synonymous to the word s______t.

2. The noun form of the word constant is _________.

3. The adjective form of the word faith is _________.

4. The noun form of the word loyal is _________.

I5

betray, depend, rely on/upon, treacherous, trust

1. We'll never forgive his _______. BETRAY

2. Is he really ________? Can we trust him? DEPEND

3. She proved to be very _______. RELY

4. He is famous for his _______. TREACHEROUS

5. She proved to be very _________. TRUST



I6

deceit, fool, liar, mislead, pretend

1. The adjective form of the word deceit is _________.

2. The verb form of the word fool is _________.

3. The word liar stems from the word _____.

4. The adjective form of the word mislead is _________.

5. The noun form of the word pretend is _________.



I7

disloyal, treacherous

1. The word disloyal is synonymous to fa____less.

2. The word treacherous is synonymous to unre________.

I8

conspiracy, plot, secret, subterfuge, stuck, stranded, trap, trick

1. The verb form of the word conspiracy is _________.

2. The word plot is synonymous to pl______.

3. The noun form of the word secret is _________.

4. The word subterfuge is synonymous to ma_________.

5. The word stuck is the past participle form of the verb _____.

6. The word stranded is synonmous to aba_______ed.

7. The adjective form of the word trap is _________.

8. Another word for the word trick is tr_______.

I9

conceal, disguise, hide

1. The word conceal is synonymous to ________ in the word list.

2. The word disguise is synonymous to ca________.

I10

expose, reveal, uncover

1. The word expose is synonymous to dis______.

2. The word reveal is synonymous to s________.

3. The word uncover is synonymous to ________ in the word list.



J. RELAXATION, EXCITEMENT, INTEREST, AND SURPRISE

J1

calm, comfort, ease, patience, peace, placid, quiet, serene, tranquillity

1. The noun form of the word calm is _________.

2. The opposite form of the word comfort is _________.

3. The adjective form of the word ease is _________.

4. The opposite form of the word patience is _________.

5. The adjective form of the word peace is _________.

6. The word placid is synonymous to tr_______il.

7. The verb form of the word quiet is _________.

8. The noun form of the word serene is _________.

9. The adjective form of the word tranquillity is _________.



J2

excite, exhilarate, inspire, relax, stimulate, thrill

1. The noun form of the word excite is _________.

2. The noun form of the word exhilarate is _________.

3. The noun form of the word incpire is _________.

4. The noun form of the word relax is _________.

5. The noun form of the word stimulate is _________.

6. The noun form of the word thrill is _________.

J3

ardent, ardour, enthusiasm, zeal

1. The word ardent is synonymous to ea______.

2. The word ardour is synonymous to ________ is the word list.

3. The opposite of the word enthusiasm is in_________.

4. The word zeal is synonymous to ________ in the word list.

J4

avid, desirous, eager, keen

1. The word avid is synonymous to _______ in the word list.

2. The word desirous is synonymous to a______ous.

3. The word eager is synonymous to en________.

4. The word keen is synonymous to en________.

J5

curiosity, frenzy, frustrate, hysteria, nosy, sensitive, stress, tense

1. If you have curiosity, you are _______.

2. If you have frenzy, you are _______.

3. If something frustrates you, you are _______.

4. If you are in hysteria, you are _________.

5. If you are nosy, you are cu_______.

6. If you are sensitive, you have ________.

7. If you are full of stress, you are ________.

8. If you are tense, you are _______ up.

J6

apathy, boredom, monotonous, tedious

1. The word apathy is synonymous to listlessness and in________. -

2. The word boredom is synonymous to ________ in the word list.

3. The word monotonous is synonymous to _______ in the word list.

4. The word tedious is synonymous to bu_____some.

J7

amaze, astonish, astound, enigma, perplex, startle, surprise, taken aback

amaze/astonish/astound/puzzle/startle/surprise (n/v)

amaze/astonish/astound/perplex/puzzle/startle/surprise + -ing/-ed (adj)

- The term taken aback is synonymous to _________.



J8

marvel, wonder

1. The adjective form of the word marvel is ________.

2. The adjective form of the word wonder is ________.

J9

enigma, miracle, mystery

1. The adjective form of the word enigma is ________.

1. The adjective form of the word miracle is ________.

2. The adjective form of the word mystery is ________.



K. ACTIONS OF THE FACE RELATED TO FEELINGS

K1

blush, chuckle, giggle, grin, laugh, smile

1. When you blush, your face becomes _______ in colour.

2. When you chuckle, you are either su______ or dis_______.

3. When you giggle, you l____ quickly.

4. When you grin, you smile to show your t_____h to people.

5. The noun form of the word laugh is _______.

6. When you smile, you don't open your m______.

K2

frown, groan, moan, mock, ridicule, scowl, snarl, sneer

1. The word frown is synonymous to gri______.

2. The word groan is synonymous to _______ in the word list.

3. The word moan is synonymous to la_______.

4. The word mock is synonymous to ________ in the word list.

5. The word ridicule is synonymous to s______ in the word list.

6. The word scowl is synonymous to fr______.

7. The word snarl is synonymous to ________ in the word list.

8. The word sneer is synonymous to cr_________.

K3

cry, weep

- To weep is to cry ______ly.



L. SENSES AND SENSATIONS

L1

contact, tangible, tap, touch

1. The word contact is synonymous to _______ in the word list.

2. The word tangible is synonymous to ______able.

3. When you tap someone on the shoulder, you use the tip of your _______.

4. The word touch is synonymous to _______ in the word list.

L2

audible, auditory, sensory

1. If something is audible, you can _____ it.

2. The word auditory to synonymous to _______ in the word list.

3. The word sensory is synonymous to f______.



L3

eye, face, gape, notice, observe

1. When you eye something, you ______ at it.

2. When you face something, you en________ it.

3. When you gape, you look with your ______ open.

4. When you notice something, you become _______ of it.

5. When you observe something, you de______ it.



L4

scan, sightsee, spot, watch, witness

1. The word scan is synonymous to sc_______.

2. The noun form of the word sightsee is ________.

3. The word spot is synonymous to de_______.

4. The word watch is synonymous to ob_______.

5. If you see something as a witness, you are an ____witness.



L5

gaze, glance, glimpse, peer, stare

1. look for a long time

2. look steadily for a long time

3. look very hard, usually because it is very difficult to see

4. look very quickly and look away immediately

5. see very briefly and not clearly



L6

sight, vision, visual

1. The verb form of the word sight is ______.

2. The word vision is synonymous to ______ in the word list.

3. The verb form of the word visual is ______.



L7

apparent, clear, obvious, prominent, visible

1. The verb form of the word apparent is _______.

2. The verb form of the word clear is _______.

3. The word obvious is synonymous to _______ in the word list.

4. The word prominent is synonymous to ma_____.

5. The opposite of the word visible is ________.



L8

alert, cautious

1. The word alert is synonymous to aw____.

2. The noun form of the word cautious is ________.

L9

dense, opaque, transparent

1. The noun form of the word dense is _______.

2. The word opaque is synonymous to _____-transparent.

3. The noun form of the word transparent is ________.



L10

hear, noise, overhear, sound, voice

1. If you have problem with your hearing, you are _____ of hearing.

2. The adjective form of the word noise is _______.

3. When you overhear something, you hear it by _____.

4. The verb form of the word sound is _______.

5. The verb form of the word voice is _______.



L11

aloud, loud, silence

1. What is difference between aloud and loud?

2. The verb form of the word silence is _______.

L12

pop, rattle, ring, roar, toll

1. a sharp sound of a balloon bursting or a cork being pulled out of a bottle

2. a very loud noise

3. ring slowly and repeatedly

4. the sound made by a bell

5. to make a series of short, regular knocking sounds because it is being shaken or it is hitting


against something hard

L13

fragrance, odour, scent, smell, stink

1. a pleasant smell

2. a strong smell

3. a sweet, pleasant smell

4. smell extremely unpleasant

5. the effect that something has on the nose as a sense



L14

acrid, delicious, flavour, savour, taste

1. The word acrid is synonymous to bi_____.

2. The word delicious is synonymous to ta_____.

3. The word flavour is synonymous to _______ in the word list.

4. The word savour is synonymous to _______ in the word list.

5. The word taste is synonymous to ta_____.



L15

bitter, sweet

1. acrid, piercing

2. sugary, pleasant
 
 

Exercise

Find synonym for the underlined word.



1. Ammonia is a chemical with a penetrating odour.

A) smell

B) flavour

C) sting

D) burn

2. When frost appears on a window, it often has a delicate and curious pattern.

A) special

B) strange

C) fine

D) cute

3. The actress had to raise her voice in order to be audible in the balcony.

A) musical

B) dramatic

C) heard

D) appreciated

4. Dictators do not tolerate opposition of any kind.

A) understand

B) permit

C) justify

D) execute

5. She was overcome by chagrin at the check-out counter when she discovered she had
left her wallet at home.

A) anger

B) poverty

C) challenge

D) embarrassment


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