Dictionary of the Middle Ages. Vol. 11. Scandinavian by Joseph R. Strayer, editor in chief PDF

By Joseph R. Strayer, editor in chief

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ANT. never, temporarily. amalgam n. mixture, blend, combination, amalgamation, alloy, compound. Roget’s Superthesaurus 27 Amalgamate–Amend amalgamate v. mix, blend, combine, compound, consolidate, fuse, merge, integrate, unite. ANT. separate, divide, diffuse, disperse. amalgamation n. SEE AMALGAM amass v. lump, pile, heap, accumulate, gather, assemble, collect, compile, save, acquire, *squirrel away, stockpile, hoard. ANT. disperse, scatter. amateur n. nonprofessional, dabbler, dilettante, neophyte, tyro, novice, rookie, layman, *bush-leaguer, *lightweight.

Versatile, multifaceted, complete, diverse, inclusive, comprehensive. ANT. exclusive, incomplete. ALLAY v. [uh LAY] to quiet, lessen or relieve. The babysitter hoped a bedtime story would allay the child’s fear of the dark. SYN. reduce, quiet, lessen, abate, alleviate, mitigate, ease, slake, put to rest, sooth, assauge. ANT. magnify, intensify, heighten. allegation n. assertion, accusation, charge, incrimination, claim, statement, complaint, indictment, insinuation. ALLEGE v. [uh LEJ] to make an assertion, particularly without proof.

Brownnose, toady. SEE FLATTERER applesauce n. Sl. hokum, baloney. SEE NONSENSE appliance n. mechanism, apparatus, machine, instrument, contrivance, gadget, *gizmo, modern convenience, contraption. applicable a. pertinent, relevant, germane, fitting, suited, apposite, appropriate, usable. ANT. inapplicable, irrelevant, impertinent. Roget’s Superthesaurus 37 Applicant–Approval applicant n. candidate, job seeker. application n. 1. UTILIZATION employment, use. 2. REMEDY dressing, ointment, poultice, salve, balm, lotion, medication.

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