• Week 14

    Levity (noun)

    Lightness or gaiety of disposition; lack of seriousness

    Synonym: frivolity

    Antonyms: sobriety, somberness

    Lexicon (noun)

    A dictionary; a special vocabulary


    Libation (noun)

    An alcoholic drink


    Liege (noun)

    A lord, master, or sovereign


    Magnanimous (adj)

    Noble; generous in forgiving; free from petty feeling or acts

    Synonym: generous

    Antonyms: petty, vindictive

    Marital (adj)

    Having to do with marriage

    Synonyms: nuptial, matrimonial, conjugal

    Antonym: celibate

    Mercenary ( noun)

    One who works only for money, especially a hired soldier


    Meticulous (adj)

    Extremely careful about small details

    Synonyms: fastidious, fussy

    Antonyms: sloppy, careless, remiss

    Motley (adj)

    Made up of different, dissimilar parts; being of many colors

    Synonyms: disparate, various

    Antonyms: uniform, homogeneous, similar

    Mundane (adj)

    Of this world and not of heaven; common, worldly; not spiritual

    Synonyms: earthly, ordinary, secular

    Antonyms: spiritual, eternal, celestial

    Murky (adj)

    Gloomy, dark, cloudy

    Synonyms: somber, dismal, dingy

    Antonyms: radiant, lustrous, sparkling, clear

    Myriad (adj)

    A very large number of a highly varied nature

    Synonyms: countless, innumerable

    Naïve (adj)

    Simple in nature; not affected; innocent simplicity; childlike

    Synonyms: unsophisticated, unaffected, unsuspecting

    Antonyms: sophisticated, artful, cunning

    Nocturnal (adj)

    Having to do with the night; occurring at night

    Synonym: nightly

    Antonym: diurnal

    Novice (noun)

    A beginner; one who is new or inexperienced

    Synonyms: pupil, disciple, apprentice

    Antonyms: master, exemplar