famine, famished, hunger, ravenous, thirst
1. Famine is synonymous to a) hunger b) thirst
2. Famished is antonymous to a) hungry b) full
3. Hunger is synonymous to a) appetite b) aversion
4. Ravenous is synonymous to a) starved b) satisfied
5. Thirst is synonymous to a) abhorrence b) drought
banquet, beverage, dish, feast, meal, ration, refreshment, supper
1. Banquet and feast are synonymous. Other related words are: _ _ _ (v) and d _ _ _ ht (v)
2. What is the difference between meal and dish?
3. What is the verb form of ration?
4. What is the difference between beverage and refreshment?
5. Supper is another name for a) breakfast, b) lunch, c) dinner.
bacon, juice, meat, oil, pork, sauce, slice
1. Bacon and pork are _____ meat.
2. Adjective form of the noun juice is _____.
3. What is the difference between meat and flesh?
4. What is the difference between oil and fat?
5. What is the difference between sauce and dressing?
6. What is the verb form for the noun slice?
1. _____ takes place under a certain degree of heat. FERMENT
2. This cake has been artificially _____. SWEET
1. He _____ to drink for the honour of the young couple.
2. Let's drink a _____ to the young couple.
alcohol, ale, draught, intoxicate, spirits
1. What is the difference between alcohol and spirits?
2. What is the difference between ale and beer?
3. What is the difference between draught and drought?
4. What is the adjective form for the verb intoxicate?
1. Other words for drunk are drunken and in_____.
2. Sober is the opposite of drunk. Also it means s_____s.
D. CIGARETTES AND DRUGS
1. He's addicted _____ cocaine.
2. Taking pills when there is no need is called drug _____.
ash, ashtray, tar, tobacco
1. As this is a non-smokers' room, you cannot find _____ around.
2. Cigar has lower amounts of _____ than cigarette.
3. He dropped his cigarette _____ on the carpet.
4. Turkey is a major _____ producing country.
E. THE PREPARATION AND QUALITY OF FOOD
bake, fry, roast, scramble
1. I need some _____ powder. BAKE
2. I like chicken _____. FRY
3. We had _____ potatoes for lunch. ROAST
4. Don't worry about the dinner; we'll have _____ eggs. SCRAMBLE
chop, freeze, peel, preserve, shred, spread, stuff, whip
1. Do not forget to _____ your mayonnaise before you make potato salad.
2. During the repair works, our deep-_____ ran on its battery.
3. He cut a few carrots into tiny _____ before he added them to the salad.
4. I asked the butcher to _____ the chicken into six pieces.
5. I generally boil potatoes without _____ the skin.
6. She _____ a thin layer of dough on the pie.
7. We _____ the chicken with herbs and vegetables before we put it in the oven.
8. We had strawberry _____ for breakfast.
edible, raw, stale
1. What is the difference between edible and eatable?
2. What is the difference between raw and crude?
3. What is the difference between stale and rough?
delicious, spicy, tasteless, tawdry
1. flat, dull
2. savoury, hot
4. tasty, delicate
- What is the difference between ingredient and recipe?
F. PLACES AND PEOPLE ASSOCIATED WITH FOOD AND DRINK
1. the art or practice of farming, especially of growing crops
2. the scientific study of soil and growing of crops
brewery, crops, estate, field, grain, harvest, orchard, patch, yield
1. cropping, gathering
2. garden for fruit trees
3. harvest, graze
4. land, province
5. making beer
7. realty, property
8. seed of cereal
9. small area for growing vegetables
- What is the difference between arid and barren?
arable, cultivate, fertile, fruitful, productive
1. Arable _____ (land/soil)
2. The land is suitable for _____ CULTIVATE
3. This soil is completely useless; it is _____. FERTILE
4. He gained nothing; his efforts were _____. FRUITFUL
5. He gained nothing; his efforts were _____. PRODUCTIVE
grow, plough, sow
1. dig, till
2. scatter, seed
3. sprout; cultivate
barn, dairy, graze, manure, pasture
1. feed on grass
3. field, meadow
4. place for milk products
5. stable, livery, shelter
Find synonym for the underlined word.
1. In the middle of the desert, they found a refreshing spring.
2. Having fasted for five days, the woman was starving.
3. In some countries, fish is eaten raw.
4. If the crops are not irrigated soon, the harvest will be sparse.
5. The Titanic lies buried in its aqueous tomb.
6. William Shakespeare was a prolific writer.
7. Great art is characterized by its ability to invigorate the senses with its power.
8. Chinese cuisine specializes in rice dishes.
9. According to Carl Sagan, the Earth is a tiny and fragile world that needs to be
10. Great art is characterized by its ability to invigorate the senses with its power.
11. FEELINGS, EMOTIONS, ATTITUDES, AND SENSATIONS
A. FEELING AND BEHAVIOUR GENERALLY
experience, impulse, instinct, sentimental
1. encountering; knowledge
2. impelling force, inspiration
3. inborn sense or feeling
4. romantic, emotional
enjoy, feel, lust, sense
1. His personal _____ is more important than anything else. ENJOY
2. Insects have two or more _____ to sense the environment. FEEL
3. He was expelled from the group due to his _____ behaviour. LUST
4. He didn't even have a look at the patient; he was quite _____. SENSE
mood, morale, temper
1. The adjective form of the word mood is _____.
2. What is the difference between moral and morale?
3. Compare temper, temperate, temperament and temperature.
attitude, emotion, sensation
1. feeling, consciousness
2. feeling, sense; agitation
3. manner, temperament
care, desire, despair, fancy, hope, long, urge, want, will, wish
1. Would you care ____ a drink?
2. Our team is _____ for a real success. DESIRE
3. She was _____ great despair.
4. He is looking for a pirate costume for a fancy _____ party.
5. This is a _____ case; it is impossible to rescue our money. HOPE
6. I'm longing _____ a long holiday.
7. His demand to be given a pay rise was very _____. URGE
8. We are _____ want of currency at present.
9. Giving up smoking requires _____. WILL
10. Peace on earth? This is only _____ thinking. WISH
lack, miss, need, request, require, resign
1. The noun form for the verb lack is _____.
2. The adjective form for the verb miss is _____.
3. The adjective form for the verb need is _____.
4. The noun form for the verb request is _____.
5. The noun form for the verb require is _____.
6. When resign means surrender, its noun form is _____
desperate, optimism, pessimism
1. cynicism, melancholy
2. frantic; hopeless
3. hopefulness, confidence
bear, endure, stand, suffer, tolerate
1. When things became _____, he left the country. BEAR
2. Finally, our _____ gave in when we heard the defeat. ENDURE
3. I really _____ stand him. He is so thoughtless!
4. They killed the horse to end its _____. SUFFER
5. My father is so _____ that he will accept anything. TOLERATE
conform, misbehave, obedience, patronize
1. He is a real _____; he is a man for all seasons. CONFORM
2. Due to his _____, he failed and had to repeat a whole semester. MISBEHAVE
3. When you are in the army, you are expected to be _____. OBEDIENCE
4. My roommate is so _____ that I'm thinking of moving to another flat. PATRONIZE
act, behave, treat
1. I have no obligation to explain my _____. ACT
2. His _____ was quite provoking. BEHAVE
3. Her _____ of the matter was so skilful that I was astounded. TREAT
impartial, neutral, objective, prejudice, subjective
1. When you act as a go-between, ______ is very important. IMPARTIAL
2. They are trying to _____ those chemical weapons in Iraq. NEUTRAL
3. I'm afraid he treats his students' papers with strict _____. OBJECTIVE
4. A _____ idea is often a cause for dispute. PREJUDICE
5. He lost his _____ when he realized that our cause was reasonable. SUBJECTIVE
B. LIKING AND NOT LIKING
appeal, attract, captivate, charm, concern, fascinate, fond, glamour, tempt
1. His ideas are generally quite _____. APPEAL
2. What an _____ girl she is! ATTRACT
3. The tribe leader is being held _____ in the town jail. CAPTIVATE
4. A holiday in the middle of winter is simply a _____ idea. CHARM
5. I'm very _____ about the future of our town. CONCERN
6. A fair is often a _____ for children. FASCINATE
7. My _____ of her grew when I saw her help the poor. FOND
8. The holiday was_______! GLAMOUR
9. He couldn't resist _____ and went our to play football. TEMPT
affection, attachment, passion
1. My mother is very _____ towards us. AFFECTION
2. He carefully _____ his CV to the application letter. ATTACHMENT
3. He sings his songs with _____ love. PASSION
adore, favour, interest, prefer, suit
1. admire, love, be fond of
2. agree with, adapt
3. appeal, fascinate
4. favour, choose
abhor, alienate, detest, disgust, dislike, hate, loathe, repel
1. abhor X
2. alienate X
3. detest X
4. dislike =
5. disgust X
6. hate X
7. loathe X
8. repel X
ghastly, revolting, ugly, unsightly
- ghastly revolting unsightly ugly X appe_____ ; X att_____
beautiful, elegance, enticing, good-looking, graceful, lovely, picturesque, popular, pretty, striking
1. The verb form of the word beautiful is _____.
2. The adjective form of the word elegance is _____.
3. The noun form of the word enticing is _____.
4. The term good-looking is synonymous to p_____ or h_____.
5. The noun form of the word graceful is _____.
6. The word lovely is synonymous to c_____.
7. The word picturesque is synonymous to st_____.
8. The noun form of the word popular is _____.
9. The word pretty is synonymous to b_____ or g_____.
10. The verb form of the word striking is _____.
C. GOOD AND EVIL
excellent, magnificent, pleasant, splendid, superb, superior, supreme, terrific, wonderful
1. The verb form of the word excellent is ex________.
2. The noun form of the word magnificent is ma________.
3. The noun form of the word pleasant is pl________.
4. The noun form of the word splendid is sp________.
5. The word superb is synonymous to be________.
6. The word superior is antonymous to in_______.
7. The noun form of the word supreme is su________.
8. The word terrific is synonymous to su_______.
9. The word wonderful is synonymous to ma__________.
average, decent, fair
1. Each room can hold a large group of students, _____ between 150 to 200. AVERAGE
2. The _____ of his study shocked all of us. DECENT
3. In all _____, I can tell that we will find a way out. FAIR
honour, noble, virtue, worthy
1. It is an _____ deed to be awarded the Nobel Prize. HONOUR
2. Until the second half of the 20th century, _____ was very important. NOBLE
3. He was very _____ when he tried to persuade his son. VIRTUE
4. Is it _____ a try? WORTHY
depravity, dreadful, evil, formidable, horrible, mischief, nasty, naughty, obscene, selfish, sinister, terrible, wicked, wrong
1. The verb form of the word depravity is _____ and its preposition is _____.
2. The verb form of the word dreadful is _____.
3. A person who does evil is an _____.
4. The word formidable is antonymous to ple______.
5. The verb form of the word horrible is _____.
6. The adjective form of the word mischief is _____.
7. The noun form of the word nasty is _____. .
8. The noun form of the word naughty is _____.
9. The noun form of the word obscene is _____.
10. The noun form of the word selfish is _____.
11. The adjective form of the word sinister is sinister-_____.
12. The verb form of the word terrible is _____.
13. The noun form of the word wicked is _____.
14. An adjective form of the word wrong is _____.
conscience, conscientious, duty, moral
1. devoted; careful
2. good, upright, conscientious
3. mind; being
4. obligation, liability
D. HAPPINESS AND SADNESS
delight, delighted, glad, happy, joy, merry, pleasure, well-being
1. Delight = pl________.
2. Delighted = pl_______.
3. Glad = con_________.
4. Happy X de________.
5. Joy = de_________.
6. Merry = jo_______.
7. Pleasure = en_________.
8. Well-being = he______.
please, rejoice, satisfy
1. The adjective form of the word please is _________.
2. The word rejoice is synonymous to ce_________.
3. The noun form of the word satisfy is ___________.
grateful, gratitude, thankful
Grateful = thankful
- Gratitude = gr_______ness
1. The noun form of the word miserable is ________.
2. The word touching is synonymous to sen_________.
depressed, sad, unhappy, wistful
1. The noun form of the word depressed is _________.
2. The noun form of the word sad is _______.
3. The noun form of the word unhappy is _______.
4. The noun form of the word wistful is _______.
grief, mourn, pity, regret, remorseful, sorrow
1. The adjective form of the word grief is __________.
2. The word mourn is synonymous to la______.
3. The adjective form of the word pity is _______.
4. The adjective form of the word regret is _______.
5. The word remorseful is synonymous to re________.
6. The noun form of the word sorrow is _______.
agitate, bewilder, concerned, confuse, depress, nervous, worry
1. Before a test, it is normal to feel a bit _____.
2. Don't you ______ about the expenses. I'll pay for everything.
3. His answer was so complex that it _____ my mind.
4. The heavy and never-ending rain _______ us all.
5. The sudden death of our boss ________ all the staff.
6. These days, parents are rather ________ about their children's TV watching habit.
7. The strange decision of the committee _______ all the staff.
bother, calamity, distress, disturb, upset
1. The verbbother is synonymous to d_______.
2. The noun calamity is synonmous to adv_______.
3. The verb distress is synonymous to b_______.
4. The verb disturb is synonymous to u_______.
5. The verb upset is synonymous to ag_______.
1. The word anguish is synonymous to di_______.
2. The noun form of the word anxiety is ________.
1. The word nuisance is synonymous to an________.
2. The adjective form of the word trouble is ________.
E. ANGER, VIOLENCE, STRESS, CALM AND QUIETNESS
annoy, displease, irritate, peevish, provoke, tease
1. The noun form of the word annoy is _________.
2. The noun form of the word displease is _________.
3. The noun form of the word irritate is _________.
4. The adjective peevish is synonymous to cr_____.
5. The noun form of the word provoke is _________.
6. The adjective form of the word tease is _________.
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