Sydney Pithoud- New Coggle (PRUDENCE ( image (The reason why I chose this…
Sydney Pithoud- New Coggle
Antonyms- Eulogy (a speech or piece of writing that praises someone or something highly, typically someone who has just died. NOUN) Encomium (a speech or piece of writing that praises someone or something highly. NOUN)
The dirge for the funeral was beautiful and sweet. The Choir played a series of dirges for the death of MLK. (NOUN, plural)
Synonyms- Lament, Requim
The reason why I chose this picture is because it is a choir singing. And they most likely are singing a dirge in rememberance of someone or something.
(Noun)- A lament for the dead, especially one forming part of a funeral rite.
Antonyms- Descriptive (serving or seeking to describe. ADJECTIVE) Fair (in accordance with the rules or standards; legitimate. ADJECTIVE)
She had to adumbrate the rules for the game.
They adumbrated the rules for the colonies to follow. (Past tense, VERB)
Synonyms- Sketch (make a rough drawing of. VERB) Outline (a general description or plan giving the essential features of something but not the detail. NOUN)
The reason why I chose this picture is because it is an outline regarding what to follow and the general rules of an essay.
(verb)- report or represent in outline.
Synonyms- Sneaky (furtive; sly. ADJECTIVE) Secretive ( inclined to conceal feelings and intentions or not to disclose information.)
Antonyms- Honest (free of deceit and untruthfulness; sincere. ADJECTIVE) Public (done, perceived, or existing in open view. ADJECTIVE)
(adverb)- in a way that attempts to avoid notice or attention; secretively.
She snuck out of the house in a surreptitious manner.
I had surreptitiously walked in my heels to avoid glares from making too much noise while walking. (ADVERB, past tense)
The reason why I chose this is because it shows the shadow tip-toeing, and typically when people are doing so they want to be silent. Maybe in a sneaky manner.
The shed looked forlorn with its overgrowth of ivy and rotting of the wood.
It is said that a
figure would appear at the end of the street late at night (ADJECTIVE, past tense)
Antonyms: Joyful (feeling, expressing, or causing great pleasure and happiness. ADJECTIVE) Happy (feeling or showing pleasure or contentment. ADJECTIVE)
Synonyms: Miserable (wretchedly unhappy or uncomfortable. ADJECTIVE) Unhappy (not happy. ADJECTIVE)
(Adjective)- Pitifully sad and abandoned or lonely
The reason why I chose this picture is because it shows that the shack was abandoned and no longer taken care of. It gives off a feeling of sadness when you realize it's abandoned.
Antonyms- Dull (lacking interest or excitement. ADJECTIVE) Bored (feeling weary because one is unoccupied or lacks interest in one's current activity. ADJECTIVE)
The crowd was filled with mirth as the comedian told his jokes.
as for he had woken up on the wrong side of the bed. (NOUN, past tense)
Synonyms- Delight (great pleasure. NOUN) Amusement (the state or experience of finding something funny. NOUN)
The reason why I chose this image is because the person is showing laughter and amusement. Which is a sign of Mirth
(Noun)- amusement, especially as expressed in laughter.
Antonyms- Ignorant (lacking knowledge or awareness in general; uneducated or unsophisticated. ADJECTIVE) Naive (showing a lack of experience, wisdom, or judgment. ADJECTIVE)
The girl's prudence with spending money benefited her greatly.
The businessman had to make a prudent decision. (ADJECTIVE, past tense)
Synonyms- Wisdom (the quality of having experience, knowledge, and good judgment; the quality of being wise. NOUN) Judgement (the ability to make considered decisions or come to sensible conclusions. NOUN)
The reason why I chose this image is because it shows that the person is think about what action to take. This is similar to those who are prudent and are cautious about what they do.
(Noun)- the quality of being prudent; cautiousness.
Antonyms- Insensible (Unaware or indifferent ADJECTIVE) Unaware (Not aware ADJECTIVE)
Synonym- Aware (having or showing knowledge or understanding or realization or perception ADJECTIVE) Conscious (having awareness of surroundings and sensations and thoughts ADJECTIVE)
She was very cognizant in the field of Biology.
The guy wasn't very cognizant of what lurked behind him.
(adjective)- having knowledge or being aware of.
Antonyms- Uninformative (lacking information ADJECTIVE) Uninstructive (failing to instruct ADJECTIVE)
The man was very didactic when it came to school(ADJECTIVE) The woman supported the idea of Didactism. (ADJECTIVE)
Synonyms- Instructive (useful and informative. ADJECTIVE) Moralistic (overfond of making moral judgements about others' behavior; too ready to moralize. ADJECTIVE)
The reason why I chose this image is because Didactic means to teach, and of course Teachers are meant to teach.
(Adjective)- intended to teach, particularly in having moral instruction as an ulterior motive.
Antonyms: Friendship (the emotions or conduct of friends; the state of being friends. NOUN)
Harmony(agreement or concord. NOUN)
Synonyms: Alienating(cause (someone) to feel isolated or estranged. VERB)
Isolating(cause (a person or place) to be or remain alone or apart from others. VERB)
The woman proposed a divisive plan. (Verb) The divisive argument created tension between the two groups (verb)
The reason why I used this picture is because it shows two people fighting, and that matches the definition because when two people are fighting that shows hostility between each other.
(adj.)-tending to cause disagreement or hostility between people.
Antonyms: Neglect(fail to care for properly VERB), Reject(a person or thing dismissed as failing to meet standards or satisfy tastes. NOUN)
Synonyms: Imitate(take or follow as a model VERB),
Mirror(something regarded as accurately representing something else. NOUN)
(Verb): match or surpass (a person or achievement), typically by imitation
A little boy tried to emulate his father (VERB)
(adj.)-giving or indicating a good chance of success; favorable.
Antonyms- Inauspicious (not conducive to success; unpromising ADJ.)
Unfortunate (having or marked by bad fortune; unlucky ADJ.)
The timing of seemed propitious. (ADJ.)
The weather was propitious before our marathon. (ADJ.)
The reason why I chose this image is because it shows that the person succeeded on winning the race. And the definition is having a good chance of success, and in this case he did win.
Synonyms- Favorable(expressing approval. ADJECTIVE)
Promising (showing or feeling approval of someone or something. ADJECTIVE)