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1. LARCENY (NOUN): theft
Synonyms: stealing, robbery
Antonyms: pay, reimbursement
Example Sentence: He was arrested because of grand larceny charges.
2. LARGESS (NOUN): generosity
Synonyms: magnanimity, altruistic
Antonyms: greediness, meanness
Example Sentence: Largess is an absolute quality of a nobleman.
3. LATENT (ADJECTIVE): hidden
Synonyms: secret, concealed
Antonyms: developed, expressed
Example Sentence: Advertisements attempt to project a latent meaning behind an overtmessage.
4. LIMPID (ADJECTIVE): understandable
Synonyms: clear, unambiguous
Antonyms: incomprehensible, obscure
Example Sentence: The speech was a model of its kind – limpid and unaffected.
5. LITHE (ADJECTIVE): nimble
Synonyms: supple, agil
Antonyms: clumsy, rigid
Example Sentence: His walk was lithe and graceful
6. JAMBOREE (NOUN): noisy celebration
Synonyms: ceremony, festival
Antonyms: weary, condolence
Example Sentence: Our company has planned a nice jamboree.
7. JAUNDICED (NOUN): prejudiced
Synonyms: biased, bitter
Antonyms: unbiased, unprejudiced
Example Sentence: The writer of a novel showed his jaundiced vision in the novel.
8. LACERATE (VERB): hurt
Synonyms: torture, distress
Antonyms: please, relieve
Example Sentence: She was lacerated with her filthy remarks.
9. LACKADAISICAL (ADJECTIVE): lazy
Synonyms: lethargic, indifferent
Antonyms: excited, inspired
Example Sentence: John seemed a little lackadaisical at times.
10. LAMBASTE (VERB): punish
Synonyms: castigate, criticize
Antonyms: praise, loud
Example Sentence: No one should be lambasted without any fault.
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