He was worried about her safety during the game:
= safety, safe, secure, peaceful.
Opposite, = risk, danger
= game, play, fun, playful, easy going.
Opposite, = serious, strict
He was overly ambitious and rude:
= ambitious, promising.
Opposite, = apathetic, hopeless
I'm not sure I can make it, but I will remain calm:
= succeed, win.
Opposite, = fail, lose, failure
= angry, anger.
Opposite, = calm, dispassionate
He is too apathetic to move:
(Literally: He was too apatheric consequently not able to move.)
= so, consequently, as a result, therefore
He was so angry, he hit her:
= hit, strike, impact
She was jealous of all his possessions:
= jealous, envy
You must change the way you do things:
= change, alter.
Opposite, = continue, remain the same, persist
He sang in a high vocal range:
(Literally: He made melodic sound from the mouth, with fast frequency.)
= mouth, entrance, door, gate, opening.
Opposite, = shut, closed
= high pitch, fast, rapid, speed.
Opposite, = slow, low pitch
= frequency, pitch, recurrence, rhythm, repetition, often,
chain, series, habitual, repeatedly.
+ a number = the number of repetitions.
She helped him during his recovery:
Opposite, = revert back to, restore
The government caused major damage to the country:
(Literally: The people that control using authority caused much harm to the large community.)
= authority, compelling force, law, rules, require, expect, order
-Opposite, = disobey, resist
The porter carried her bags at the airport:
(Literally: The man with the job to carry containers helped her in the location for vehicles that move through the air.)
= job, occupation, profession
= carry, support, hold
Opposite, = drop
= container, bag, shell, edge, perimeter, surrounding surface, skin
Their rigid views hindered their understanding:
= flexible, easy going, open minded, free thinker, soft, loose.
Opposite, = rigid, firm, unyielding, dogmatic, insisting, hard, hardness, tight.
= permit, enable, allow, willing, free, open.
Opposite, = hinder, block, prevent, forbid, restrain
Her painting sold for the most money:
(Literally: Her artwork product traded for the most money.)
= most, greatest.
Opposite, = least, smallest
= product, result, consequence
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