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Meaning – the process of taking legal action.
Usage – “the company wishes to avoid litigation”
Synonyms – legal proceeding(s), legal action, lawsuit, legal dispute, legal case, case, legal contest, action, cause, judicial proceeding(s), suit, suit at law, legal process, prosecution, bringing of charges, indictment, trial
Antonyms – illegality, injustice, lawlessness, partiality, unethicalness, unfairness
Meaning – the action of deporting a foreigner from a country.
Usage – “asylum seekers facing deportation”
synonyms – expulsion, expelling, banishment, banishing, exile, exiling, transportation, transporting, extradition, extraditing, expatriation, expatriating, repatriation, repatriating, refoulement; eviction, evicting, ejection, ejecting, ousting, throwing out, casting out, turning out, driving out, drumming out; informalkicking out, booting out; informalturfing out; datedouting; ostracism
Antonyms – approval,permission
Meaning – an act of armed resistance to an established government or leader.
Usage – “the authorities put down a rebellion by landless colonials”
Synonyms – uprising, revolt, insurrection, mutiny, revolution, insurgence, insurgency, rising, rioting, riot; civil disobedience, civil disorder, unrest, anarchy, fighting in the streets; coup, regime change; coup d’état, jacquerie; putsch
Antonyms – calm, harmony, peace
Meaning – not candid or sincere, typically by pretending that one knows less about something than one really does.
Usage – “this journalist was being somewhat disingenuous as well as cynical”
Synonyms – dishonest, deceitful, underhand, underhanded, duplicitous, double-dealing, two-faced, dissembling, insincere, false, lying, untruthful, mendacious; not candid, not frank, not entirely truthful; artful, cunning, crafty, wily, sly, sneaky, tricky, scheming, calculating,
Antonyms – ingenuous
Meaning – a confident and forceful statement of fact or belief.
Usage – “his assertion that his father had deserted the family”
Synonyms – declaration, contention, statement, claim, submission, postulation, averment, opinion, proclamation, announcement, pronouncement, assurance, attestation, affirmation, protestation, profession, swearing, insistence,
Antonyms – denial, rejection
Meaning – a complex or unwelcome consequence of an action or event.
Usage – “any change is bound to have legal ramifications”
Synonyms – consequence, result, aftermath, outcome, effect, upshot, issue, sequel; complication, development, implication; product, by-product, outgrowth, spin-off
Meaning – give (someone) the courage or confidence to do something.
Usage – “emboldened by the claret, he pressed his knee against hers”
Synonyms – give courage, make brave/braver, encourage, hearten, strengthen, fortify, stiffen the resolve of, lift the morale of; rouse, stir, stimulate, cheer, rally, give confidence, brace; fire, inflame, animate, motivate, invigorate, vitalize; informalbuck up; rareinspirit
Meaning – a person’s natural tendency or urge to act or feel in a particular way; a disposition.
Usage – “John was a scientist by training and inclination”
Synonyms – tendency, propensity, proclivity, leaning; predisposition, disposition, predilection, weakness, proneness; desire, wish, readiness, impulse; bent; archaiclist, humour; rarevelleity
Antonyms – animosity, antipathy, dislike, enmity, hate, hatred, ill will
Meaning – lasting or existing for a long or apparently infinite time; enduring or continually recurring.
Usage – “his perennial distrust of the media”
Synonyms – everlasting, perpetual, eternal, continuing, unending, never-ending, endless, undying, ceaseless, abiding, enduring, lasting, persisting, permanent, constant, continual, unfailing, unchanging, never-changing
Antonyms – changing, intermittent, interrupted
Meaning – lacking interest or excitement; dull.
Usage – “his mundane, humdrum existence”
Synonyms – humdrum, dull, boring, tedious, monotonous, tiresome, wearisome, prosaic, unexciting, uninteresting, uneventful, unvarying, unvaried, unremarkable, repetitive, repetitious, routine, ordinary, everyday, day-to-day, quotidian, run-of-the-mill, commonplace, common, workaday
Antonyms – exciting, extraordinary, heavenly, supernatural, wonderful