A. The _______ people of the Amazon rainforest have a deep connection with nature.
B. The preservation of _______ languages is essential for cultural diversity.
A. Years of hard work led to the _______ of his success as an actor.
B. The treaty signing marked the _______ of negotiations between the two countries.
A. The keys _______ from the hook by the door.
B. Her earrings _______ and sparkled as she moved.
A. The company _______ to provide the best customer service.
B. The athletes _______ to break their personal records.
A. The environmentalist’s mission is to _______ polluted areas and restore them to their natural state.
B. He decided to _______ his life after going through a difficult period.
A. She _______ her innocence despite the evidence against her.
B. It is important to _______ your rights in challenging situations.
A. The company implemented eco-friendly practices to _______ the environment.
B. The athlete trained hard to _______ a high level of performance.
A. The artist created an _______ design using fine lines and delicate patterns.
B. Solving the puzzle required careful examination of the _______ clues.
A. The passengers _______ each other as they boarded the crowded train.
B. He was _______ by the enthusiastic fans at the concert.
A. The sandpaper had an _______ surface for smoothing rough wood.
B. His _______ personality often led to conflicts with others.
A. The children were _______ at the playground, running and laughing.
B. The _______ crowd cheered and applauded as the band took the stage.
A. The government’s _______ policy aims to stabilize the economy.
B. She works in the _______ department of a bank, handling financial transactions.
A. The two rivers _______ and form a larger river downstream.
B. The artist _______ different art styles to create a unique masterpiece.
A. She is known for her ability to _______ complex ideas with clarity.
B. The _______ speaker captivated the audience with his eloquent speech.
A. The _______ plates beneath the ocean are responsible for earthquakes.
B. Geologists study the _______ activity to understand the Earth’s processes.
A. The detective was _______ by the mysterious case and began investigating.
B. She was _______ by the unique design of the building and wanted to learn more.
A. The protesters _______ the curfew and continued marching.
B. The team’s victory _______ all odds and predictions.
Synonyms Resist, challenge, disobey
Antonyms Obey, comply, submit
A. The new policy was _______ and sparked intense discussions.
B. The _______ article generated mixed reactions from readers.
A. The journalist _______ up some old scandals during the interview.
B. The detective _______ up memories from the witness’s past.
A. She _______ in her bag to find her keys.
B. The kids _______ in the toy chest, looking for their favorite game.
Originating, occurring, or naturally existing in a specific place or region; native to a particular area or environment.
The highest point or climax of something; the final result or outcome of a process or series of events.
To hang or swing loosely, especially from a point above; to hang down loosely without support.
To make great efforts, to struggle, or to work hard towards achieving something.
To retrieve, recover, or regain possession or control of something; to restore to a better or original condition.
To state or declare confidently or forcefully; to affirm or maintain strongly.
To support, maintain, or keep something in existence or operation; to endure or
Very complex, detailed, or elaborate; having many interrelated parts or elements.
To push, elbow, or bump against someone or something in a crowd or tight space.
Rough, harsh, or causing friction; having a rough texture; showing a harsh or unpleasant manner.
Noisy, energetic, and cheerful in a rowdy or exuberant way.
Relating to money or currency.
To join or combine together.
Expressing oneself clearly and effectively; well-spoken.
Relating to the structure and movements of the Earth’s crust.
Arousing curiosity or interest; fascinated.
To openly resist or refuse to obey or follow something.
Causing disagreement or argument; highly debated.
19. “Dredged up”
Brought up or uncovered from a deep or hidden place.
Searche or explore through something in a thorough and messy way.