Othello Vocab Words

Abhor To hate with disgust
Obsequious obedient or servantile to an excessive degree
Palpable tangible; able to be felt
Eminent famous and respected for a profession
Egregious terribly bad or shocking
Inordinate unusually large or excessive
Importune to beseech or beg for something
Ruminate to think deeply about something
Surmise to guess
Vehement Showing a strong or passionate feeling for something
Castigated reprimanded for something
Venial small, pardonable
Fulsome excessively flattering or overdone
Iniquity wickedness
Requite return a favor or love for someone
Bawdy Profane; dealing with humorously sexual jokes
Restitution restoration to a rightful owner; making payment for loss
Pernicious having a negative or harmful effect
Odious hateful or unpleasant
Amorous showing sexual desire
abhor synonyms and antonyms syn – detest, loathe, despiseant – love, admire
obsequious synonyms and antonyms syn – servile, fawning, oilyant – domineering
palpable synonyms and antonyms syn – perceptible, perceivable, noticeableant – impertecptible, intangible
eminent synonyms and antonyms syn – distinguished, renowned, prestigousant – unknown, foreign
egregious synonyms and antonyms syn – shocking, appalling, awfulant – marvelous
inordinate synonyms and antonyms syn – unreasonable, unjustifiable, unwarrantableant – moderate, conservative
importune synonyms and antonyms syn – besiege, pray, insist, imploreant – hint, imply, suggest
ruminate synonyms and antonyms syn – ponder, meditate, contemplate, brainstormant – ignore, neglect, forget
surmise synonyms and antonyms syn – assumption, guess, deduction, attempyant – certain, fact, information
vehement synonyms and antonyms syn – passionate, forceful, ardentant – mild, apathetic
castigate synonyms and antonyms syn – condemn, admonish, rebukeant – praise, commend
venial synonyms and antonyms syn – forgivable, allowableant – unforgivable, mortal
fulsome synonyms and antonyms syn – gushing, half-hearted, fakeant – reasonable, sincere
iniquity synonyms and antonyms syn – immorality, improprietyant – morality, virtue, goodness
requite synonyms and antonyms syn – satisfy, pay, reciprocateant – deny, leave, lose, fail
bawdy synonyms and antonyms syn – risque, racy, rudeant – clean, innocent
restitution synonyms and antonyms syn – refund, payment, reimbursementant – fee, dissatisfaction, penalty
pernicious synonyms and antonyms syn – harmful, damaging, destructiveant – beneficial
odious synonyms and antonyms syn – revolting, repulsive, disgustingant – delightful, pleasant
amorous synonyms and antonyms syn – erotic, aphrodisiacant – cold, hateful

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