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What is the definition of agile

Well-coordinate or nimble

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What is the definition of aligned?

Precisely adjusted; committed to one side

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What is the definition of allay

To lessen, ease or soothe

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What is the definition of blithe?

Carefree and lighthearted

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What is the definition of coherent

Logically connected

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What is the synonym of colloquial?

Chatty, common, conversational

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What is the synonym of deplore?

To denounce, lament, abhor

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What is the synonym of depraved

Evil, shameless, virtuous

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What is the synonym of expedite

To accelerate, hasten, dispatch

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What is the synonym of flout?

To defy, disregard, repudiate

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What is the antonym of agile?

Awkward, bumbling, clumsy

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What is the antonym of aligned

Crooked, unbalanced, uneven

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What is the antonym of allay?

To agitate, provoke, stir up

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What is the antonym of blithe?

Glum, morose, despondent

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What is the antonym of coherent?

Confusing, irrational, incomprehensible

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What is the definition of colloquial?

Informal

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What is the definition of deplore?

To condemn, to regret

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What is the definition of depraved?

Wicked, corrupt

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What is the definition of expedite?

To speed up, to make easier

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What is the definition of flout?

To mock or scoff at

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What is the synonym of agile?

Limber, lithe, lid some

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What is the synonym of aligned?

Flush, level, plane

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What is the synonym of allay?

To mollify. Assuage, placate

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What is the synonym of blithe?

Joyful, mirthful, vivacious

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What is the synonym of coherent?

Articulate, comprehensible, cogent

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What is the antonym of colloquial?

Proper, literary, formal

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What is the antonym of deplore?

To approve, endorse, admire

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What is the antonym of depraved?

Chaste, good, virtuous

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What is the antonym of expedite?

To impede, hamper,obstruct

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What is the antonym of flout?

To comply, obey, respect