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1.Avalanche(N): Falling large mass
synonyms- barrage, flood
use-A fair-sized landslide, indeed an avalanche, thundered down.

2. Deteriorate(Adj): run down
synonyms- ramshackle, rickety
use-If all the water be expelled, the quality of the flour is deteriorated.

3.Impetus(N): stimulus
synonyms- impulse, catalyst
use-This question arises, no doubt, from the comparison of life to an impetus.

4. Deposition(N): dethroning
synonyms- impeachment, degradation
use-Not that he had any doubt about the deposition of Marie Pascal.

5. Barrage(N): weapon fire
synonyms- bombardment, volley
use-Meanwhile our entire front was advancing, following the barrage waves.

6. Adversary(N): opponent
synonyms- attacker, antagonist
use-To reach this standard we must try to think the best of our adversaries.

7. Extermination(N): annihilation
synonyms- elimination, slaughter
use-He realized that he must at once devise a better method of extermination.

8. Mediocre(Adj): commonplace
synonyms- middling, humdrum
use-Very good for mediocre people, I dare say; but it wouldn't suit me.

9. Recital(N): Narrative
synonyms- concert, presentation
use-She had scarcely finished this recital when she entered on another.

10. Augment(V): make greater
synonyms- amplify, boost
use-All States seek with emulation to augment the national industry.

11. Abhor(v): to detest, hate
synonyms-despise, detest
use- She abhorred all forms of bigotry.

12. Abject(adj): wretched; lacking pride.
synonyms-wretched, dishonour
use- One the streets of New York, the homeless live in abject poverty, huddling in doorways to find shelter from thewind.

13. Abjure(v): to renounce upon oath.
synonyms- give up, renege
use- He abjured his allegiance to the king.

14. Ablution(N): washing.
synonyms- cleansing, lavation
use- His daily ablutions were accompanied by loud noises that he humorously labeled “Opera in the Bath.”

15. Abnegation(N): renunciation; self-sacrifice.
synonyms- forbearance, refusal
use- Though Rudolph and Duchess Flavia loved one another, their love was doomed, for she had to wed the king; their act of abnegation was necessary to preserve the kingdom.

16. Abolish(V): to cancel; put an end to.
synonyms- abrogate, annul
use- The president of the college refused to abolish the physical education requirement.

17. Abominable(adj): detestable; extremely unpleasant; very bad.
synonyms- awful, horrid
use- Many liked John until she learned he was also dating Susan; then she called him an abominable young man, with abominable taste in women.

18. Abominate(V): to loathe; hate.
synonyms- dislike, abhor
use- Hoses scolded the idol worshippers in the tribe because he abominated the custom.

19. Aboriginal(adj): being the first of its kind in a region; primitive; native.
synonyms- ancient, native
use- Her studies of the primitive art forms of the aboriginal Indians were widely reported in the scientific journals.

20. Abortive(adj): unsuccessful; fruitless.
synonyms- failed, futile
use- Attacked by armed troops, the Chinese students had to abandon their abortive attempt to democratize Beijing peaceful.