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Word List
bid
coffee
duty
lock
rush
saddle
sandwich
slipper
slippery
tax
 


Definitions

  bid   (bd) noun,verb   
1.  To make an offer of money to buy something.
2.  To give a command or to order someone to do something.
Synonyms:  propose, charge, order, proposal, invite, direct, tell, warn, enjoin, ask, offer, command, instruct
Antonyms:  forbid, deter

  coffee   (kf) noun    A popular bitter drink that has a lot of caffeine and adults like to drink in the morning.

  duty   (dt) noun    Work that you are obliged to perform for moral or legal reasons.  
Synonyms:  job, office, function, task, charge, responsibility, right, obligation, assignment
Antonyms:  freedom, exemption, immunity, license

  lock   (lk) noun,verb   
1.  A fastener fitted to a door or drawer to keep it firmly closed.  
2.  To fasten something with a key.  
Synonyms:  clasp, padlock, bolt, hook, latch, catch
Antonyms:  free, release, disconnect

  rush   (rsh) noun,verb,adjective    To do something or to go somewhere at a quick rate; to hurry.
Synonyms:  fly, run, stampede, hustle, hasten, fleet, race, bustle, plunge, hurry, dash

  saddle   (sdl) noun,verb   
1.  A seat for the rider of a horse.  
2.  A seat for the rider of a bicycle or motorcycle.  
Synonyms:  seat, perch, burden, pad, load, weigh down
Antonyms:  free, relieve

  sandwich   (sndwch) noun,verb   
1.  Two (or more) slices of bread with a filling between them.  
2.  Insert or squeeze tightly between two people or objects.  

  slipper   (slpr) noun    Soft footwear that is worn indoors.  

  slippery   (slpr) adjective    Something that is very difficult to hold or to stand on without sliding and falling.
Synonyms:  shifty, slick, variable, slipper
Antonyms:  coarse, dry, rough

  tax   (tks) noun,verb   
1.  Money that people and businesses must pay for the support of government.  
2.  To make heavy demands on or to use to the limit.  
Synonyms:  encumber, weight, charge, tariff, accuse, duty, assessment, arraign, levy