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Arc (Noun) a line or shape that is curved like part of a circle.(IR of a circle. (TTERR HTT) Synonym: Angle, Bend, Arch, Bow Antonyms: straighten Exp: 1.He bent the twig into an arc. b,tle bll oate int haarco 2.The ball floated in a high arc.
Deepening (Noun) to become or to cause (something) to become deep or deeper.(TRTIT) Synonym: Boost, Consolidate, Intensify Antonyms: Abate, Moderate Exp: 1.They deepened the river so thatlarger boats could sail through. 2.The water deepens toward the center of the river. 2
Appetite (Noun) a physical desire for food.( Synonym: Hunger, Belly, Emptiness Antonyms: Inappetence Exp: I had no appetite and couldn't sleep
Hostility (Noun) an unfriendly or hostile state. attitude, or action: acts of fighting in a war. (38 /aTZTT) Synonym: Animosity, Animus, Antagonism, Antipathy Antonyms: Amity Exp: 1The townspeople showed open hostility to outsiders. 2.Peace talks were stalled after recent hostilities, 4
Revival (Noun) a period in which somethinq becomes popular again after a long period of time.IRU Synonym: Reanimation, Rebirth, Regeneration Antonyms: Death, Expiration, Extinction Exp: 1.A revival of bioaraphical writinga. Exp: 2.Revival in Gothic architecture 5
Spare (Verb) to prevent (someone or something) from experien ing or being affected by something unpleasant, harmful, etc.( Synonym: Nurse, Scant, Skimp (on) Antonyms: Waste Exp: 1.Somehow the storm spared our house while nearby buildings weredestroyed. 2.She was spared from having to answer any more questions. 6
Veto (Verb) to reject (a proposed law) officially : to refuse to allow (a bill) to become a law.(TF CT/TT aRZTT) Synonym: Blackball, Down, Kill, Nix Antonyms: Confirm, Ratify Exp: 1.The President vetoed the bill 2.We wanted to do a cross-country trip, but our parents vetoed it. 7
Coexist (Verb) to exist together or at the same time: to live in peace with each other. Synonym: Accompany, Attend, Coincide Exp: Can the two countries peacefully 8 coexist?