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  1. cursed is most opposite to
    a. swore
    b. pious
    c. unfortunate
    d. lucky
    d. lucky – cursed means to be the subject of misfortune, or to be unlucky, therefore lucky is the opposite

  2. candid is most opposite to
    a. unkind
    b. blunt
    c. valid
    d. dishonest
    d. candid means to be frank, or honest, therefore dishonest is the opposite

  3. flaunt is most opposite to
    a. regard
    b. sink
    c. hide
    d. propose
    c. to flaunt means to display showily, or to show off, therefore hide is the opposite

  4. heal is most opposite to
    a. sew
    b. foot
    c. good
    d. maim
    d. to heal means to restore to health; to maim means to injure

  5. pacify is most opposite to
    a. excite
    b. land
    c. coddle
    d. unhand
    a. to pacify means to soothe, or calm, therefore excite is the opposite

  6. sullen is most opposite to
    a. dirty
    b. cheerful
    c. clean
    d. risen
    b. sullen means showing a disagreeable mood, or lacking cheer, therefore cheerful is the opposite

  7. assure is most opposite to
    a. alarm
    b. reassure
    c. quiet
    d. unsure
    a. to assure means to make sure by removing doubt or worry; alarm means to give warning or to arouse fear.

  8. fallacious is most opposite to
    a. perfect
    b. truthful
    c. accidental
    d. disarming
    b. fallacious means tending to deceive; truthful means disposed to tell the truth

  9. gumption is most opposite to
    a. seriousness
    b. apathy
    c. levity
    d. despair
    b. gumption means initiative, or drive; apathy means a lack of interest or concern

  10. ecstasy is most opposite to
    a. hate
    b. agony
    c. languor
    d. fatigue
    b. ecstasy means a state of rapturous delight; agony means intense pain of mind or body

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