If you are not located in the United States, you'll have to check the laws of the country where you are located before using this ebook. SYN: Firm, dense, solid, compact, unyielding, impenetrable, arduous, difficult, grievous, distressing, rigorous, oppressive, exacting, unfeeling, stubborn, harsh, forced, constrained, inexplicable, flinty, severe, , obdurate, hardened, callous.
Title: A Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms or, Synonyms and Words of Opposite Meaning Author: Samuel Fallows Release Date: February 9, 2016 [EBook #51155] Language: English Character set encoding: UTF-8 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK COMPLETE DICTIONARY--SYNONYMS, ANTONYMS *** Produced by Serendip Clip. Wishing to have an extensive list of Synonyms and Antonyms for another project, I settled on Fallows’ amazing publication. SYN: Speedy, rapid, superficial, hurried, irascible, impetuous, reckless, headlong, crude, incomplete, undeveloped, immature, swift, precipitate, fiery, passionate, slight, quick, excitable, rash, cursory.
R and K were regularly mixed, so ROCK could be rendered as KOCR – if it managed to get the circular letters correct. SYN: Luminosity, radiance, beam, gleam, phosphorescence, scintillation, [See ], flash, brightness, brilliancy, effulgence, splendor, blaze, candle, lamp, lantern, explanation, instruction, illumination, understanding, interpretation, day, life.
Just one example of variation is to be found in the rendering of the coded abbreviation for SYNONYM, ‘SYN.’ It might be rendered with a period, comma, both or none; and some of these variations were recorded: \ BTH \ 2v N. SYN: Imponderous, portable, unweighty, buoyant, volatile, easy, digestible, scanty, active, unencumbered, empty, slight, gentle, unsteady, capricious, vain, frivolous, characterless, thoughtless, unthoughtful, unconsidered, inadequate, incompact, unsubstantial, inconsiderable, not_difficult, bright, whitish, trifling.
SYN: Thin, minute, slender, delicate, pure, smooth, filmy, gauzy, keen, artistic, choice, finished, high, Grand, noble, sensitive, refined, generous, honorable, excellent, superior, pretty, beautiful, showy, elegant, ostentatious, presumptuous, nice, casuistical, subtle.
SYN: Innate, inherent, requisite, necessary, vital, immanent, indispensable, leading, accidental, qualitative, quantitative, promotive, regulative, induced, imported, adventitious, adscititious, redundant, superfluous.The Project Gutenberg EBook of A Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms, by Samuel Fallows This e Book is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. SYN: Right, complete, , sound, pious, benevolent, propitious, serviceable, suitable, efficient, sufficient, competent, valid, real, actual, considerable, honorable, reputable, righteous, proper, true, upright, just, excellent.You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this e Book or online at ANT: Wrong, imperfect, unsound, vicious, profane, niggardly, unpropitious, unserviceable, unsuitable, inefficient, inadequate, incompetent, invalid, unctious, supposititious, inconsiderable, mean, disgraceful, disreputable, bad, evil.SYN: Clear, unmixed, simple, genuine, sheer, mere, absolute, unadulterated, uncorrupted, unsullied, unblemished, chaste, real, clean, spotless, immaculate, undefiled, unspotted, guileless, innocent, guiltless.SYN: Fast, rapid, speedy, expeditious, swift, hasty, prompt, ready, clever, sharp, shrewd, adroit, keen, fleet, active, brisk, nimble, lively, agile, alert, sprightly, transient, intelligent, irascible.This is probably not the fault of the OCR software, but rather of the quality of the 19 Century source type and ink, which tended to be far from crisp. SYN: Hold, restrain, retain, detain, guard, preserve, suppress, repress, conceal, tend, support, maintain, conduct, continue, obey, haunt, observe, frequent, celebrate, protect, adhere_to, practise, binder, sustain.The software was not entirely perfect though and it would often invert n and u, or render either of those letters as ii, and render i as l (lower case L). ANT: Misapprehension, inobservance, incomprehension, misunderstanding, misconception, inconversance, inexperience, ignorance, unfamiliarity, incognizance, misinformation, deception, misinstruction, uneducatedness, untutoredness, rudeness, illiterateness. SYN: Detached, playing, operating, open, unoccupied, unobstructed, unimpeded, permitted, unhindered, exempt, gratuitous, unconditional, at_liberty, clear, liberal, untrammelled, uncounted, careless, loose, easy, munificent, unreserved, frank, bountiful, generous, bounteous. SYN: Decent, befitting, meet, apt, fitting, adapted, seemly, appropriate, becoming, decorous, qualified, congruous, peculiar, particular, suitable, prepared, adequate, calculated, contrived, expedient, proper, ripe. SYN: Ground, justification, authenticity, genuineness, conjectureness, decisiveness, control, , diec'on, jurisdiction, government, regulation, power, right, rule, sway, sufferance, supremacy, dominion. SYN: Wrathful, irate, resentful, ireful, incensed, furious, irascible, choleric, moody, nettled, touchy, sullen, piqued, excited, provoked, raging, chafed, hasty, hot, exasperated, indignant, passionate.