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Unformatted text preview: Tedium-dullness, monotony s-banality, boredom, deadness, doldrums, drabness, dreariness, ennui, irksomeness, lack of interest, lifelessness, routine, sameness, tediousness, tiresomeness, wearisomeness, yawn a-diversion, entertainment, excitement Abstain-hold back from doing s-abjure, abnegate, avoid, cease, constrain, curb, decline, deny oneself, do without, eschew, evade, fast, fence-sit, forbear, forgo, give the go by, give up, go on the wagon, keep from, pass, pass up, quit, refrain, refuse, renounce, shun, sit on one's hands, sit on the fence, sit out, spurn, starve, stop, take the cure, take the pledge, withhold a- indulge, use, face, meet, seek, want Blighted-ruin, destroy s-annihilate, blast, crush, damage, dash, decay, disappoint, foul up, frustrate, glitch up, injure, mar, mess up*, nip in the bud, nullify, shrivel, spoil, taint, trash*, wither, wreck a-aid, bless, guard, help, prosper, protect Credulous-gullible, naive s-accepting, believing, born yesterday, dupable, easy mark, falling for, green, overtrusting, simple,...
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course LITERATURE 201 taught by Professor Mr.nielsen during the Spring '09 term at Franklin IN.
- Spring '09