Vocab Master Day – 68

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1. Epiphany

Meaning: A moment of sudden understanding or revelation

Synonym: Flash, oracle

Antonym: Confusion, Secret

Sentence:In the first grade, I experienced an epiphany that girls

were always treated differently than boys.

2. Erudite

Meaning: Well- educated

Synonym: literate, scholarly

Antonym: uneducated, ignorant

Sentence:As to what India derived from Greece there has been a

good deal of erudite debate.

3. Recede

Meaning: Pull back or move away or backwards

Synonym: subside, ebb, taper

Antonym: forge, ascend, prolong

Sentence: The unhappy memories of her childhood receded as she

grew older


Meaning: a small quantity of a particular thing, especially

something desirable or valuable

Synonym: particle, degree, fragment, scrap,

Sentence: “his statement had a modicum of truth”


Meaning: sacrilegious against God or sacred things; profane.

Synonym: irreligious, irreverent, impious, ungodly,

Antonym: reverent

Sentence: “blasphemous and heretical talk”


Meaning: outstandingly bad; shocking, remarkably good.

Synonym: atrocious, deplorable

Antonym: concealed , good

Sentence: “egregious abuses of copyright”


Meaning: bitterness or ill feeling.

Synonym: ill feeling, ill will, bad blood, animosity, hostility,


Antonym: goodwill

Sentence:”the AGM dissolved into acrimony”


Meaning: absorb or assimilate (ideas or knowledge).

Synonym: assimilate, absorb, soak up, take in, digest

Antonym: abstain, fast

Sentence:”if one does not imbibe the culture one cannot succeed”


Meaning: a proverb or short statement expressing a general truth.

Synonym: saying, maxim, axiom, proverb,

Sentence: “the old adage ‘out of sight out of mind’”

10. Prudent

Meaning: Careful and sensible; marked by sound judgment

Synonym: wise, sensible, reasonable

Antonym: careless, indiscreet, inattentive

Sentence:”That sacrifice may also be a prudent action,” observed


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