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|definition - arousing distaste,
synonyms - aversive, abhorrent
antonyms - consonant, pleasurable
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|Answers: 1. repugnant, 2. consonant, 3. abhorrent|
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1. Since Einstein was learning disabled, it is likely he found reading to
be a ____________ activity.
2. The lilting melody rises and falls; it is ____________ with my fickle,
3. Many of the dictator’s human rights abuses are morally ____________ .
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