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1. SATANIC (ADJECTIVE): demonic
Synonyms: cruel, maniacal
Antonyms: angelic, good
Example Sentence: His father’s satanic remark stung deeply and brought the boy to tears.

2. TITULAR (ADJECTIVE): having a title
Synonyms: nominal, so-called
Antonyms: actual, real
Example Sentence: He always refused any titular distinction; but he was credited by many.

3. SPECKLE (ADJECTIVE): dotted
Synonyms: flecked, mottled
Antonyms: plain, simple
Example Sentence: The valley was speckled with flowers.

4. BEFOUL (VERB): contaminate
Synonyms: dirty, malign
Antonyms: cleanse, purify
Example Sentence: The kids befouled their hands by playing in the garden.

5. FLURRY (NOUN): commotion
Synonyms: turmoil, outbreak
Antonyms: calm, peace
Example Sentence: During weekends the street markets are in a state of flurry.

6. PLEBIAN (ADJECTIVE): Native
Synonyms: local, indigenous
|Antonyms: uncommon, different
Example Sentence: He is a plebian author.

7. OPULENCE (NOUN): Wealth
Synonyms: abundance, affluence
Antonyms: dearth, deficiency
Example Sentence: Her opulence made her have many friends.

8. OBVIATE (VERB): Counteract
Synonyms: preclude, forestall
Antonyms: assist, support
Example Sentence: Climatic conditions obviate the necessity of rain.

9. OVERT (ADJECTIVE): Obvious
Synonyms: apparent, definite
Antonyms: obscure, uncertain
Example Sentence: The new guest smiled in return but gave no overt sign of knowing the man.

10. MEDDLESOME (ADJECTIVE): Interfering
Synonyms: intrusive, meddling
Antonyms: avoiding, dodging
Example Sentence: She made a meddlesome remark.

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