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Wag (Verb) to move somethina from side to siderepeatedly.(HT/ ing fropm side to siderepeatedly. (f( AFT/f601) Synonym: Swish, Switch, Waggle Antonyms: Clam up, Shut up Exp: 1.The dog wagged its tail. 2.She waaged her finger at the children as she scolded them
Fringe (Noun) a narrow area along the edge of something.( Synonym: Borderline, Bound, Boundary Antonyms: Inner, Inside, Interior Exp: 1.A lampshade with a fringe 2.A fringe of moss around the tree 2
Vociferous (Adj) expressing feelings or opinions in a very loud or forceful way; expressed in a very loud or forceful way. Synonym: Blatant, Caterwauling, Clamant Exp: 1.He was vociferous in his support of the proposal vociferous objections. 2 The Decision was made over their 2.The decision was made over their
Cede (Verb) to give control of (something) to another person, group, government, etc.(a STHIT/ group, government, etc Synonym: Surrender, Cough up, Deliver Antonyms: Keep, Retain, Withhold Exp: She reluctantly ceded her position as leader. 4
Faction (Noun) a aroup within a larger aroup that has different ideas and opinions than the rest of the group.( Synonym: Block, Body, Coalitiorn, Exp:The committee soon split into T/ factions.
Prominent (Adj) important and well-known easily noticed d well-Knog t, easily noticed or seen.(H/ZJra/ Synonym: Arresting, Bodacious, Bold, Antonyms: Unobtrusive, Unremarkable, Unshowy Exp:1.He quickly became prominent in the music industrv, 2.lHe placed the award in a prominent position on his desk
Assume (Verb) to think that something is true or probably true without knowing that it is true. true without hnow tie hatit is Synonym: Accept, Bear, Shoulder, Take over, Antonyms: Disavow, Disclaim, Disown Exp: I assumed he was coming, so I was surprised when he didn't show up.
Riot (Noun) a situation in which a large group of people behave in a violent and uncontrolled way.(aIT) Synonym: Hoot, Knee-slapper, Laugh Antonyms: Bummer, Downer Exp: 1.The news about the election caused a riot in the city 2.A lot of property was damaged in the recent riots.