Part 2. Decline: (typically of something) regarded as as good : become smaller, fewer or less; decrease Synonym: decrease, reduce, lessenAntonym: increaseRelated words: failure, drop, flopWord origin: late Middle English: from Old French decliner form Latin declinare “bend down”, turn aside; from de- ‘down’ + clinare ‘to bend’Sentence: Ricky invited Dillian to his birthday party and Dillian declined his offer. Enable : give (something or someone) the authority or meant to do something. Synonym: authorizee, allow, sanctionAntonym: forbid, preventRelated words: entitle, accredit, empowerWord origin: late Middle English (formerly also as inable)Sentence: Hannah enabled Rick to have constant and unhealthy eating habits. Impose: force (something unwelcome or unfamiliar) to be accepted or put in place. Synonym: force, inflict, thrustAntonym: remove, disburdenRelated Words: order, require, appoint Word origin: late 15th century (in the sense ‘impute’): from French imposer, from Latin imponere‘inflict, deceive’ (from in-‘in, upon’ + ponere‘put’), but influenced by impositus‘inflicted’ and Old French poser‘to place’.
Sentence: The guests didn’t want to impose in the hosts home.