obsession- the domination of one's thoughts or feelings by a persistant idea, image, or desire
The boy had a great obsession with chocolate ice-cream.
Example- I have an obsession for softball
Agitate- to move or force into violent, irregular action
The dog was agitated because the baby kept pulling his tail.
Syn.- disturb Ant.- not bother
Example- The girl pushed the
Toiled- hard and continuos work; exhausting labor effort
The man did toiled work because he missed a day of work.
Syn.-work Ant.- lazy
Example- Construction worker
Grotesque- odd or unnatural in shape, appearance, or character; fantastically ugly or absurd; bizarre
The man was grotesque when he was wheeled out of the car accident.
Syn.- eerie Ant.- pretty
Example- A ferret
Feverish- excited, restless, or uncontrolled, as if from fever
The boy was feverish because his birthday is tomorrow.
Syn.- hectic Ant.- calm
Example- passing drivers ed
Convulsive-of the nature of or characterized by convulsions or spasms
If you convulsed then you probably had a seizure.
Syn.- hazardous Ant.- peaceful
Example- having a seizure
Devoured- to consume destructively, recklessly
The man devoured the hamburger in 30 minutes.
Syn.- absorb Ant.- Create
Example- hot dog eating contest
Anatomy- the science dealing with the structure of animals, humans, and plants
In science class we study the anatomy of a flower.
Syn.- biology Ant.- connection
Example- dissecting a frog
Gnarled- having a rugged, weather-beaten appearance
The homeless man had gnarled clothes.
Syn.- rough Ant.- nice
Example- a homeless man
Shunned- to keep away from because of dislike or caution
The boy shunned his friend because he lied about him.
Syn.- ignore Ant.- love
Example- ignoring my friend because she is mean